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Tour de Iowa Boulevard

The Final Word
by Diane Lowrey, editor
Taking advantage of the wonderful weather we’ve been able to experience the past several days, I recently took a drive around Trenton just to see what was going on.
And boy did I get an eyeful.

The most obvious activity is going on along Iowa Boulevard, which is the location of the new Wright Memorial Hospital and medical office building. it seems like

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Getting Ready For Hunting Season

By Jeff Berti
Grundy County Conservation Agent
Deep, dark depression, excessive misery; what does a hunter do when it is July or August?

The ducks are thousands of miles away, doe are weaning their fawns, bucks are growing antlers and ticks rule the woods. Life can seem tough at times.
For the avid shooter, there is life during the summer, just at a different pace. Most hunters put their shotguns

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City Codes And Ordinances

City Chat
by Gary Beverlin, Building Inspector
Building codes and ordinances are put into effect to ensure that homes, schools, workplaces and other buildings in our community are as safe as possible.

Codes address all aspects of construction including structural integrity, electrical, mechanical, plumbing systems and property maintenance. Building and code officials are here to help the public understand building safety issues. The codes currently adopted by the city of

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Five Points

by Wendell Lenhart
What a Saturday night it was in downtown Trenton last weekend when the bed races were held there. It was like the Saturday nights of old where everyone came downtown for shopping and entertainment.

And, just like in the past, there was shopping and entertainment. Downtown businesses were having sidewalk sales and other vendors had set up booths to sell clothing and other items. Food vendors were

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