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Chillicothe Day at NCMC

Saturday at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton will be Chillicothe Day as the Lady Pirates and Pirates play host to St. Louis Community College in a Region 16 doubleheader.
Action tips off at 2 p.m. with the women’s game and the men’s contest will follow at 4 o’clock. Fans from Chillicothe or Livingston County will be admitted for free and the Chillicothe High School Band will be performing throughout

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TMS Spelling Bee Winners

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton Middle School held its local spelling bee on Friday. The first-place winners in each of the four grades will compete in the county spelling bee, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 3 at the Pleasant View R-6 School. A first and second alternate from each class was also chosen. The class winners included, from left, front row, fifth graders Katie Markell, first place (winning word was chicken), Kaci Persell, first alternate, and Ashleigh Fritz, second alternate; sixth graders Francesca Beaird, first place (winning word was boomerang), Katelyn Stevenson, first alternate, Kennedy Wanstreet, second alternate; back row, seventh graders Rachel Sibbit, first place (winning word was vehicular), Dolan Huber, first alternate, Dalton Burchett, second alternate; and eighth graders River Reiter, first place (winning word was edification), Emma Gilham, first alternate, and Matthew Sibbit, second alternate.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton Middle School held its local spelling bee on Friday. The first-place winners in each of the four grades will compete in the county spelling bee, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 3 at the Pleasant View R-6 School. A first and second alternate from each class was also chosen. The class winners included, from left, front row, fifth graders Katie Markell, first place (winning word was chicken), Kaci

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Princeton Board To Meet

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education has announced two special meetings to be held this Wednesday and Thursday in the high school library. Both meetings will be at 6 p.m.
Wednesday’s agenda includes a facility presentation, a review and discussion of a Prop C Waiver election and a review and discussion of a no tax increase bond issue. Thursday’s agenda includes review, discussion and determination of whether or not a

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Financial Aid Night At THS

The Trenton High School Guidance Department will host a financial aid night this Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the media center/library.
Personnel from the North Central Missouri College Financial Aid Department will explain the Free Application Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) program and financial aid process. Prospective vocational-technical and college students and their parents are encouraged to attend the meeting. Students wishing to be designated as an A-Plus scholar must complete

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Area Road Work Planned

Missouri Department of Transportation crews will be busy this week with road projects in Grundy and Mercer counties.
In Grundy County, pothole patching on Highways 6 and 65, shoulder work on Highway 146 and drainage work on Routes W, A, U and F.
In Mercer County, pothole patching will be done on Route B and Highways 65 and 136, sign operations will be done on Routes E, V, W, K

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Trenton, Jamesport Students Earn Degrees

Students from Trenton and Jamesport were among those earning degrees from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville following the fall trimester.
They included Bailey Snuffer of Trenton, who received a bachelor of science degree in business management and graduated with high honors; Jason Bailey of Trenton, who received a bachelor of science degree in business management and graduated with honors; Jamie Cotton of Trenton, who received a bachelor of science

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Trenton Woman On Academic List

A Trenton woman is among students at Westminster University in Fulton named to the fall semester dean’s list.
Samantha Hudson was named to the list with a grade pint average of at least 3.6 on a 4.0 scale. She is the daughter of Steve and Laura Hudson of Trenton and is a senior at Westminster.

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Area Students Named To NWMSU Honor List

Several area students were named to the academic honor roll at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville following the fall trimester.
Named to the president’s roll with a 4.0 grade point average were Kori Grogan and Alexis Whitney of Trenton and Allison Faulkner and Kim Meinke of Princeton.
Named to the academic honor roll with a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.99 were Jason Bailey and Avery Whitaker of

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Account Set Up For Fire Victim

An account has been set up at a local bank for persons wanting to make a contribution to help a Trenton woman who lost her home and possessions in a recent fire.
“The Tammy Tucker Fund” has been set up at Citizens Bank and Trust in Trenton and persons can take monetary donations to the bank. Ms. Tucker’s home was destroyed during a fire on Friday, Jan. 9. The home

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