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Fern Rogers

Fern Foster Wattenbarger Rogers, a 91-year-old resident of Milan, died on Saturday morning, May 16, 2015 at Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan.
Mrs. Rogers was born on Feb. 3, 1924 near Dunlap, the daughter of Wesley Everett and Josie Viola Baugher Foster. She was baptized into the Harris Baptist Church in 1942 at the age of 18, changing her membership to the Newtown Baptist Church in 1956. In 1975

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Jerry Shirley

Memorial graveside services and inurnment for Jerry Shirley will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at Resthaven Memorial Gardens, north of Trenton.
Mr. Shirley, a 73-year-old Trenton resident, died at 5:35 a.m. on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at the Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton. The body was cremated.
Mr. Shirley was born on Aug. 11, 1941 in Trenton, the son of Earl Dean and Emma Nadine

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Troop 99 Holds Court Of Honor

Boy Scout Troop 99 held its Spring Honor Court on Monday night at the Wesley United Methodist Church. A dessert carry-in was held prior to the ceremony.
Rank advancements were presented by Senior Patrol Leader Logan Trickel to Bray Davies, First Class; and Trayton Bradshaw, Gavinn King-Harden, Aidan Rock and Raife Sampson, Tenderfoot.
Scoutmaster Dean Sager presented merit badges to Trayton Bradshaw, Citizenship in the Community, Communications and Crime Prevention;

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ECIP Funding Available

Electric customers residing within the nine-county core service area of Green Hills Community Action Agency may be able to see a slight reprieve from higher utility bills as things warm up across Missouri in the coming months.
The agency’s Summer Energy Crisis Intervention Program is slated to begin on Monday, June 1. Funding is limited and can only be used by clients in the event of an electric shut off

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Fourth Grade Awards Presented At Rissler School

The following fourth grade awards were presented at the Rissler Elementary School on Tuesday, May 19:
Mrs. Bond
Reading Circle – Maurissa Bonta, Eliana Cowling, Makenzee Epperson, Tyson Ellis, Mikensy Golden, Anna Hines, Grace Myers, Haley Shultz, Dylan Spencer.
Book-It – Maurissa Bonta, Connor Campbell, Eliana Cowling, Tommy Eads, Makenzee Epperson, Mikensy Golden, Chase Henricks, Grace Myers, Haley Shultz, Dylan Spencer.
Math Awards – Mastery of 1 Operation: Gabby Barrer,

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Rissler Second Graders Receive Awards

The following second grade awards were presented at the Rissler Elementary School on Monday, May 18:
Mrs. Epperson
Kali Burchett – Most Dependable Award, Book-it, Missouri Reading Circle, Reading Achievement, Best in BARK, Writing Award, Ray of Sunshine Award, Spelling Award, Reading Award, Math Award, Sundae Math Facts Award, Top Dog Award, Typing Award.
Josie Coplen – Best Team Leader Award, Book-It, Missouri Reading Circle, Reading Achievement, Writing Award, Future

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Rissler Kindergarten Students Earn Awards

The following kindergarten awards were presented at the Rissler Elementary School on Monday, May 18:
Mrs. Todd
Kash Barlow – Reading Circle, Book It Award, Super Reader, Best in Bark, Top Dog Award, Perfect Attendance, Classroom Citizenship Award, Kit Kat: Animal Lover Award.
Caden Burkhart – Reading Circle, Super Reader, Best in Bark, Top Dog Award, 100 Grand- Always Gives 100% Award.
Raiden Eason – Reading, Circle, Book It Award,

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SOLIDIFYING SECTIONALS

R-T Photo/Charles Welborn Ally Ockenfels throws the shot during Saturday’s Class 3, District 8 track Meet at Chillicothe. Ockenfels won the event with a throw of 38-10.5.

R-T Photo/Charles Welborn
Ally Ockenfels throws the shot during Saturday’s Class 3, District 8 track Meet at Chillicothe. Ockenfels won the event with a throw of 38-10.5.

The Trenton High School track and field teams traveled to Chillicothe on Saturday for the Class 3, District Track Meet. With the top four in each event qualifying for sectionals, Trenton was able to send five relay teams and eight individuals in 12

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Two Charged In Meth Case

Two Trenton residents are being held on cash bond after being arrested for possessing a controlled substance.
Ashley Yardley, 21, and Ryan Trombley, 30, are both facing class C felonies of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. Both are accused of possessing methamphetamine on May 15 and are both being held in the Grundy County Detention Center, with court appearances scheduled for May 26.

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