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Public Meeting At Trenton

The Grundy County Public Housing Agency, administered by Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri, will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14 at the agency office in Trenton.
The purpose of the meeting is to assist the agency and the PHA Committee to review the PHA’s 2016 Annual Plan and the Administrative Plan revisions that will be submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban

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New THS Colorguard

Photo Courtesy of Kelli Griffith Members of the 2016-2017 Trenton High School Colorguard are, from left, front row, Olivia Roberts, Bailee McAtee, Mickenzey Willey, Kyley Culbertson, Jaima Knight, Kayla Geyer; back row, Katie Woods, Bailey Dannett, Camryn Willey, Nancy Walker, Hadley Windsor and Echo VonBurg.

Photo Courtesy of Kelli Griffith
Members of the 2016-2017 Trenton High School Colorguard are, from left, front row, Olivia Roberts, Bailee McAtee, Mickenzey Willey, Kyley Culbertson, Jaima Knight, Kayla Geyer; back row, Katie Woods, Bailey Dannett, Camryn Willey, Nancy Walker, Hadley Windsor and Echo VonBurg.

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Students Learn About Lamb

Submitted Photo  During the fall semester, the Trenton High School food and animal science class had the chance to study lamb cuts and assist with lamb carcass fabrication. Students cut various chops and roasts, some of which was later ground into ground lamb. During the process, the FFA meats team used the lamb cuts to help prepare them for the state contest. Students also worked in groups to prepare different recipes that featured lamb. Some of the recipes included chili, shepherd’s pie and tator tot casserole. The students then sampled the various recipes and most found they enjoyed lamb. The lamb used for this project was purchased using a grant funded by the Missouri Sheep Merchandising Council. The focus of the grant is to showcase and use American lamb meat. Some of the meat was also shared with THS and Trenton Middle School FACS classes. Pictured above, grinding lamb, are, from left, Karli Crawford, Tenna Roberts, Jaylen Neff and Katerina Black. (Written and submitted by food and animal science students Karli Crawford and Katerina Black)

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During the fall semester, the Trenton High School food and animal science class had the chance to study lamb cuts and assist with lamb carcass fabrication. Students cut various chops and roasts, some of which was later ground into ground lamb. During the process, the FFA meats team used the lamb cuts to help prepare them for the state contest. Students also worked in groups to prepare different

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Lil’ Chefs Class at Hy-Vee

The Hy-Vee Store at Trenton will be offering a Lil’ Chefs cooking class on Thursday, May 26.
The class will be held in the store cafeteria area, beginning at 4 p.m., with the theme this month being “Making Snacks with Mom.” Three healthy snack items and a beverage will be made, including strawberry lemonade, fruit flowers and edible vegetable bowls.
The cost is $5 per child or $10 per family

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TNT Has Grand Re-Opening

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold TNT Shell Station held a grand re-opening at its 28th Street store on Friday, May 13. Newly-added merchandise and food items were featured during the event, which also included awarding of door prizes throughout the morning.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
TNT Shell Station held a grand re-opening at its 28th Street store on Friday, May 13. Newly-added merchandise and food items were featured during the event, which also included awarding of door prizes throughout the morning.

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Youth Compete In Pitch-Hit-Run and Home Run Derby Events

5-18 Pitch-Hit-Run5-18 Home Run DerbyThe Green Hills Recreation Association held two events on Saturday, May 7 at the Ebbe Sports Complex in Trenton. The organization held a Pitch-Hit-Run competition and a Junior Home Run Derby, both Major League Baseball-sanctioned events. Winners of the Pitch-Hit-Run contest in the top photo included, from left, front row, 7/8 girls hit and run winner Alexis Bonnett; 7/8 boys run and overall winner Kameron Foster; 9/10 girls hit and

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Swann Earns Medal At State Golf Tournament

Photo Courtesy of John Cowling THS junior Nate Swann earned a medal at the Class 2 MSHSAA Golf Tournament, which came to an end on Tuesday in Sedalia. Swann shot a two-day total of 157, good enough for 14th place. The top 15 individual golfers receive a medal at the state level.

Photo Courtesy of John Cowling
THS junior Nate Swann earned a medal at the Class 2 MSHSAA Golf Tournament, which came to an end on Tuesday in Sedalia. Swann shot a two-day total of 157, good enough for 14th place. The top 15 individual golfers receive a medal at the state level.

The Trenton High School boys golf team wrapped up its 2016 campaign with the second day of the

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TMS Students Receive End Of Year Awards

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig  The students named as the 2015-2016 Top Dawgs at Trenton Middle School include, from left, fifth graders Kaylea Boyle and Connor Campbell, sixth graders Mallory Sole and Jonin Villacampa, seventh graders Emily Owen and Aidan McAtee and eighth graders Kasie Otto and Sabastian Brown. The students were selected based on their demonstration of the best overall qualities of academic success, citizenship and character. Each student received a Top Dawg t-shirt.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
The students named as the 2015-2016 Top Dawgs at Trenton Middle School include, from left, fifth graders Kaylea Boyle and Connor Campbell, sixth graders Mallory Sole and Jonin Villacampa, seventh graders Emily Owen and Aidan McAtee and eighth graders Kasie Otto and Sabastian Brown. The students were selected based on their demonstration of the best overall qualities of academic success, citizenship and character. Each student received a

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Grundy R-5 Junior/Senior High Awards Given At Assembly

The Grundy R-5 Junior/Senior High School held its end-of-the-year awards assembly on Friday May 13.
Perfect Attendance for the Fourth Quarter – Caden Ashford, Luis Barriga, Victor Barriga, Ellen Baxter, Wayne Baxter, Makenzy Brown, Kyra Burns, Weston Carver, Parker Christy, Caden Gann, Haley Johnson, Maddie Littleton, Carter Searcy, MacKenzie Talley and Mady Williams.
Principal’s Award – Kaden Olmstead.
EOC Exams – Morgan Axtell, Sean Babbitt, Victor Barriga, Wayne Baxter, Kendra

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