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Pirates Handed A Pair Of Home Losses

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Pirates’ pitcher Caleb Bounds delivers a pitch during North Central’s 7-6 loss to Maple Woods in game one of Monday’s doubleheader. Bounds threw six innings, allowing four runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out three.

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Pirates’ pitcher Caleb Bounds delivers a pitch during North Central’s 7-6 loss to Maple Woods in game one of Monday’s doubleheader. Bounds threw six innings, allowing four runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out three.

The North Central Missouri College baseball team was swept at home on Monday, dropping a pair of games to Maple Woods at Burleigh Grimes Field in Trenton. The Pirates

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Tennis Team Tops Benton 9-0 For First Win Of Year

The Trenton High School boys’ tennis team got its first victory of the season and did so in a big way, sweeping Benton 9-0 on the road in St. Joseph.
Trenton wasted little time establishing a lead over the Cardinals as Isaiah Swann picked up an 8-2 win at number one and Wilson Utley followed with an 8-4 win at number two. Trenton’s Alex Davis won 8-6 at number three

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April 2014 Rissler Terrific Kids

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig The Terrific Kid Award, presented each month at Rissler Elementary School to recognize a character trait, was awarded this morning to students who demonstrate the character trait of “sense of humor.” Those honored for the month of April include, from left, front row, kindergarten students Morgan Orndorff, Markus Templeton, Cutler Epperson, Chase Foster, Silas Spencer; first graders Devin Baker, Grace Beers, Brodie Burgess, Michael Baker, Trakor Hignutt; second row, second graders Gabe Stark, Lance Polk, Maverick Sole, Ireland Cecil, Lauryn Nelson, Cayden Spears; third graders Ava Simpson, Josh Davila, Ivy Foster, Sam Gibson; back row, fourth graders Aaron Krawitz, Riley Jones, Nate Burkeybile and Connor Littleton; and Dave Woodson, representing the Trenton Kiwanis Club, which co-sponsors the award with Hardee’s of Trenton.

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The Terrific Kid Award, presented each month at Rissler Elementary School to recognize a character trait, was awarded this morning to students who demonstrate the character trait of “sense of humor.” Those honored for the month of April include, from left, front row, kindergarten students Morgan Orndorff, Markus Templeton, Cutler Epperson, Chase Foster, Silas Spencer; first graders Devin Baker, Grace Beers, Brodie Burgess, Michael Baker, Trakor Hignutt;

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Electrical Demonstration Given

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold There were 93 persons attending an electrical safety demonstration by the Kansas City office of KCP&L on Monday afternoon at the Barton Farm Campus. Participants were shown how to remain safe around electricity. Using a mobile distribution system that includes poles, conductors, transformers and meter cans, two qualified instructors  energized primary lines at 7200 volts and secondary lines at 120/240 volts to demonstrate potential dangers of electrical contact. An electrical contact survivor also shared his personal injury story and told about subsequent prevention measures.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
There were 93 persons attending an electrical safety demonstration by the Kansas City office of KCP&L on Monday afternoon at the Barton Farm Campus. Participants were shown how to remain safe around electricity. Using a mobile distribution system that includes poles, conductors, transformers and meter cans, two qualified instructors energized primary lines at 7200 volts and secondary lines at 120/240 volts to demonstrate potential dangers of electrical

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Bulldogs Top Putnam In Home Opener

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Lane Beverlin chips a shot onto the green on the second hole at the Riverside Country Club Monday. Beverlin shot a 42, helping Trenton top Putnam County by 65 strokes.

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Lane Beverlin chips a shot onto the green on the second hole at the Riverside Country Club Monday. Beverlin shot a 42, helping Trenton top Putnam County by 65 strokes.

The Trenton High School boys golf team picked up a victory in its first dual of the season on Monday, defeating Putnam County at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. The Bulldogs carded a team score of

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Green Hills NMTF Annual Meeting

The Green Hills Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will host its 16th annual hunting heritage banquet on Friday, April 18 at the National Guard Armory in Trenton. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for the social, with a dinner to follow at 7:30. A live auction will follow that.
Tickets are required and table options are available. For more information, persons may contact Scott Roy at 359-3399, Robin

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Two Arrested In Unrelated Cases

Two persons have been arrested in unrelated incidents and are being held on cash bond.
According to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, former Trenton resident April D. Owings, 33, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance stemming from an October 2013 incident in which she allegedly possessed Vicodin, a schedule II controlled substance. She was brought to Grundy County from the Chillicothe Correctional Center, with bond

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Bloodmobile Makes Local Visit

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey A total of 60 units of blood was collected during Monday’s visit to Trenton by the Community Blood Center. There were 70 who registered to make a donation. The goal had been 71 units. Among the donors was Nancy George, pictured above. The next bloodmobile visit to Trenton by the Community Blood Center will be on Monday, June 9.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
A total of 60 units of blood was collected during Monday’s visit to Trenton by the Community Blood Center. There were 70 who registered to make a donation. The goal had been 71 units. Among the donors was Nancy George, pictured above. The next bloodmobile visit to Trenton by the Community Blood Center will be on Monday, June 9.

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Firefighters Called To Former Hospital

Trenton firefighters were called to the former Wright Memorial Hospital building at 701 E. First St., Monday afternoon after combustible material ignited portions of the west wing.
According to information provided by the TFD, the fire and heavy smoke were coming from the west wing of the building, which is currently under demolition. Firefighters fought the blaze for about 30 minutes and were able to contain it to the west

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