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Police Chief Issues Caution Following Storm

by Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright
Storm season is upon us! With this storm season comes damage to our homes, property and businesses. That damage brings out both legitimate contractors as well as unsavory contractors. 
Here are some suggestions to avoid getting ripped off by unsavory roofers, tree trimmers and contractors: 
1. Always call your Insurance Agent before any work is done!
2. Avoid Door to Door contractors. Although they

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Outdoors In the Green Hills Area

The Bluegill
by Grundy County Conservation Agent Jeff Berti
Bluegill are now moving into shallow water at the area lakes and anglers are beginning to report some nice catches. I checked a couple of anglers on Saturday that had quite a few “nice” bluegill on their stringers at Crowder State Park. If this small panfish could compare in size to some of Missouri’s larger fish species, much of our fishing

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MIZ-Deja Vu

By Seth Herrold
“It’s deja vu all over again.” As the Missouri Tigers prepare to embark on their 2013 football campaign, I shared Yogi Berra’s sentiments from his famed quote.
When is the last time the Missouri Tigers entered a football season coming off a year in which they missed a bowl game? When is the last time Missouri came into a football season with a decision to make at

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Shields Holds The Key

By Seth Herrold
Kansas City Royals fans born in the 80’s or later, like myself have never associated anything but losing with baseball. There has been hope, nearly every year, that this would be the season things turned around in a once proud baseball town. There was the 2003 season, the Royals’ only winning season since 1994, but even that year had to be considered a disappointment the way the

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Kansas City On Fast Track

By Seth Herrold
It has been pretty fun to be a Kansas City sports fan over the last month or so. Keep in mind neither the Kansas City Chiefs nor the Kansas City Royals have won an actual regular season game in that time frame, but it’s still been exciting over the last month if you are a fan of one or both of Kansas City’s major sports franchises.

For

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Tiger Troubles

By Seth Herrold
It would appear the SEC is a little tougher on the basketball court than most Mizzou fans originally thought. That or the Tigers aren’t quite as good as we would like to think. After a loss on the road to the last-place team in the SEC on Wednesday, it would appear the Tigers are in trouble.

I will admit, back around Christmas when Florida was wrapping up

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Only In Kansas City, Folks

By Seth Herrold
The Kansas City Royals have a history of bad moves. Let’s not forget they traded Jermaine Dye, the last Royal to start in an All-Star Game, for Neifi Perez, virtually straight up. They have made so many bad trades over the years and signed so many free agent busts that even when they make a move that is actually not a bad trade, like the deal that

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Border War East

By Seth Herrold
Saturday will mark the 32nd annual showdown between Missouri and Illinois in what has become known as the “Braggin’ Rights Game.” With Kansas not on the schedule and Arkansas a year away from being deemed the Tigers’ cross-over rival in the SEC, the Illinois rivalry has suddenly become the top rivalry for the Missouri Tigers on the basketball court.

The shoving of this rivalry into the spotlight

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Time For A Change?

By Seth Herrold
After two very lopsided victories by Trenton’s high school basketball teams in the opening round of the Gallatin Tournament, against very small schools, I have heard a lot of people asking why the Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs are in that tournament.

I will admit, it seems a little ridiculous that the Trenton girls are winning their first-round game by 70 points. There are a large number of

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