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Local Woman Heading Back To England After Immigration Fight

A Trenton woman who has spent the past two years attempting to get her green card to legally stay in the United States will be going back to England on Saturday.
The decision made by Lauren Gray comes after the latest rejection by U.S immigration officials to extend Miss Gray’s deferral permit as she worked to gain permanent residency status. Miss Gray will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday with her

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Letters To Santa

The Trenton Republican-Times will again be publishing letters to Santa Claus from area children.
Letters will be published in a special section that will appear in the newspaper the week of Dec. 15. Letters should be kept brief and must include the child’s name, address, age and a telephone number for verification purposes. Only the child’s name, age and town of residence will be published. The R-T reserves the right

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City To Implement New Snow Policy

The city of Trenton will implement a new snow policy this winter which outlines at what point city equipment will be put into use during inclement weather.
During a meeting on Monday night of the Trenton City Council, members discussed two proposals presented by Street Supervisor Martin Schieb in an effort to cut expenses incurred when city crews are called out to clear streets during the winter months. On a

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Building Owner Visits With City Board

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council met on Monday night with the owner of 1001 Main St. to discuss work on the building.
Larry Gilworth, who owns the building, told the board that he intends to have needed work finished on the building by Jan. 1 so that at least one business can be opened in that space. His plan calls for the building to actually

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THS Band Members Perform At Concert

Submitted Photo The Trenton High School Band was well represented at the North Central Missouri Bandmasters Association Honor Band Concert, held Monday night in Chillicothe. David Goodwin was the guest band conductor while Dr. Jesse Krebs of Truman State University was the guest clarinet soloist. Participating from THS were, from left, front row, Alvynne Villacampa and Maddie Barone, flute; Caitlin McNabb, trumpet; back row, Ellis Gilham, euphonium; Elizabeth Leeper and Ashley Allen, clarinet; and Jose Barron IV, trumpet. Tim Gilham is the THS Band Instructor.

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The Trenton High School Band was well represented at the North Central Missouri Bandmasters Association Honor Band Concert, held Monday night in Chillicothe. David Goodwin was the guest band conductor while Dr. Jesse Krebs of Truman State University was the guest clarinet soloist. Participating from THS were, from left, front row, Alvynne Villacampa and Maddie Barone, flute; Caitlin McNabb, trumpet; back row, Ellis Gilham, euphonium; Elizabeth Leeper and

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Local Resident In Performance

A Trenton man is among persons who will be performing during a Christmas holiday banquet and musical program on Dec. 5 and 6.
Isaiah Swann, a 2014 graduate of Trenton High School, is a member of the Northwest Madraliers, a choral group that is part of the Northwest Missouri State University Music Department at Maryville. The Madraliers, along with the Recorder Consort and the Royale Brass Quintet, will featured during

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Veterans Service Officer At Trenton

A veterans service officer will be in Trenton on Monday, Dec. 1 to assist with veterans administration paperwork.
The officer will be at Hy-Vee from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Veterans are asked to bring all VA paperwork as well as military separation paperwork.
A veterans officer will also be at the VFW Hall on Friday, Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. along with a veteran’s center counselor.

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Sunnyview Recognizes Employees

11-25 business Tina Coursey11-25 business Debbie TroesterThe Sunnyview Foundation Board of Directors recently honored two individuals as employees of the month, based on nominations from residents and family members. Tina Coursey, above left with board member Joann Trump, is the October Employee of the Month. She is a licensed beautician and has worked at Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments since 2002. Debbie Troester, pictured below with board member Twyla Whitney, is the November Employee of the

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Jimmy Houston Stops By

Submitted Photo The Station at Humphreys had a special guest for supper on Saturday, Nov. 15 for their opening deer season fish fry. Well-known fisherman and hunter Jimmy Houston, right, was in the area filming an episode on whitetail deer hunting for his show, “Jimmy Houston Outdoors,” when he stopped by for a meal. He took pictures and visited with local residents who were attending the supper. Pictured with Houston is Dave McKee, owner of The Station.

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The Station at Humphreys had a special guest for supper on Saturday, Nov. 15 for their opening deer season fish fry. Well-known fisherman and hunter Jimmy Houston, right, was in the area filming an episode on whitetail deer hunting for his show, “Jimmy Houston Outdoors,” when he stopped by for a meal. He took pictures and visited with local residents who were attending the supper. Pictured with Houston

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