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The weather could not have been any better for the first-ever Serve Trenton event held this past weekend. Over 250 persons took part in the community service activities, which included house painting, sidewalk replacement, floor scraping and tree and brush cutting/removal. Meals were also served to participants on both days. On Saturday, 14 projects were completed while 13 projects were on the list for Sunday. Participants included both older and

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NCMC Board Of Trustees To Meet

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the president’s office at the Frey Administrative Building.
Items on the announced agenda include a revised application for Head Start, the first reading of a board policy change, declaration of surplus property, approval of an invoice for livestock purchase, consideration of IT bids, a resignation, personnel transfer, employments and reports from

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Decorating Contests Part Of Missouri Day Festival

Three community participation events are planned as part of the 2016 Missouri Day Festival in October.
Entries are now being accepted for the yard and window decorating contests, with the deadline to enter being Tuesday, Oct. 11. Cash prizes are being awarded in both contests.
There will be first- and second-place prizes of $50 and $25, respectively in the yard decorating contest in both the business and residential categories within

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THS Band Does Well At Carrollton Band Day

Photo Courtesy of THS Band Director Tim Gilham It was a good day for the Trenton High School Golden Bulldog Marching Band, which participated in the Carrollton Band Day activities along with the Trenton Middle School Band. The high school finished second out of 12 bands in field competition as well as finishing third out of eight bands in drumline. Trenton took fourth from among 12 bands in field competition and just missed getting a trophy in the colorguard competition. The middle school band was second out of three bands in the marching competition. Pictured with the trophies are, from left, drum majors Ella Leininger, Mickenzey Willey and Jacob Davis.

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It was a good day for the Trenton High School Golden Bulldog Marching Band, which participated in the Carrollton Band Day activities along with the Trenton Middle School Band. The high school finished second out of 12 bands in field competition as well as finishing third out of eight bands in drumline. Trenton took fourth from among 12 bands in field competition

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MoDOT Road Work

The Missouri Department of Transportation is planning work on several area roads this week, weather permitting. The schedule includes:
Daviess County – Drainage work will be done throughout the week on Highway 69 from just north of Cameron to the Winston exit.
Grundy County – Pothole patching will take place on Routes J and Z on Wednesday through Friday.
Harrison County – Pothole patching will be done on Highway 69

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Veterans Service Officer in Trenton

A veterans service officer will be present in Trenton on Monday, Oct. 3 and Friday, Oct. 7 to assist veterans with any paperwork they may have.
The officer will be at the Trenton Hy-Vee on Oct. 3 and the Joseph L. Norton Post No. 919 VFW Hall on Oct. 7. Both sessions will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a veterans center counselor also being available on Oct.

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Mt. Zion Christian Church Celebrates 100 Years

Submitted Photo A large crowd attended morning services in connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the Mt. Zion Christian Church, held on Sunday, Sept. 11. An even larger crowd attended the basket dinner that was held following services. Pastor Michael Williams led the afternoon program, which included the singing of hymns and the audience sharing memories of the church.

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A large crowd attended morning services in connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the Mt. Zion Christian Church, held on Sunday, Sept. 11. An even larger crowd attended the basket dinner that was held following services. Pastor Michael Williams led the afternoon program, which included the singing of hymns and the audience sharing memories of the church.

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Grape Harvest Under Way

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold It’s harvest time in Grundy County...but in this case it’s a harvest of grapes. Crews have been busy at the Black Silo Winery, east of Trenton, where they are harvesting a variety of grapes to be used in making wine later this year.

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It’s harvest time in Grundy County…but in this case it’s a harvest of grapes. Crews have been busy at the Black Silo Winery, east of Trenton, where they are harvesting a variety of grapes to be used in making wine later this year.

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NCMC Celebrates 90 Years

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb “Celebrating the Treasures of 1925” was a big success, with over 100 persons attending the event on Thursday night at Geyer Hall. A “Great Gatsby” theme was used for activities that included a “tea party,” featuring tables decorated by various groups and organizations, and a book review of “The Great Gatsby,” which was written in 1925, the same year Trenton Junior College (now North Central Missouri College) was founded. Many of the individuals attending also dressed up in 1920’s costumes.

Photo Courtesy of Phil Schlarb
“Celebrating the Treasures of 1925” was a big success, with over 100 persons attending the event on Thursday night at Geyer Hall. A “Great Gatsby” theme was used for activities that included a “tea party,” featuring tables decorated by various groups and organizations, and a book review of “The Great Gatsby,” which was written in 1925, the same year Trenton Junior College (now North Central

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