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City Council To Address Ordinances

The Trenton City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include amendments to current ordinances involving land use, candidates for municipal offices, public health, welfare and safety, alcoholic beverages and concealed carry; approval of a hay bid; and approval of a mowing bid. An executive session for personnel and real estate is also planned.

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Building Board To Meet

The Building and Nuisance Board of the Trenton City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a public hearing on a nuisance at 120 Highland, trailer #19; discussion of the 2014-15 demolition program; and an update on current structures and nuisances.

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Alumni Mailing This Sunday

Preparations for the annual Trenton High School Alumni reunion weekend are under way and an all-class work session has been scheduled for Sunday.
The mass mailing will take place in the THS commons at 1:30 p.m. and all classes are asked to send representatives to assist with the major project. The THS Alumni Association will provide the envelopes, all class labels and the general letter/schedule with honored classes invited to

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Two Elected To S&WCD Board

Two persons have been elected to the Grundy County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors following an election held last Friday.
Elected to a four-year term on the board were Scott Meyers in Area 1 and John Rice in Area 2. Area 1 represents the townships of Washington, Harrison, Taylor, Franklin and Lincoln (both west of Highway 65). Area 2 represents Trenton and Jackson townships (both west of

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Geyer Hall Renovation Is Rotary Topic

North Central Missouri College Development Director Teresa Cross presented the program at Thursday’s meeting of the Trenton Rotary Club.
Mrs. Cross talked about the proposed renovation of Geyer Hall. She was accompanied by marketing specialist Kristie Cross and development assistant Tricia Key.
“Preserving the Past and Focusing on the Future” is the theme for the capital campaign to raise funds for the renovation project. Mrs. Cross said Geyer Hall is

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R-5 Elementary School Honor Roll

The third quarter honor roll at the Grundy R-5 Elementary School in Humphreys has been announced.
Named to the A honor roll were Adysan Rains and Ruth Shackelford, second grade; Eric Davidson and Carly Smith, third grade; Cole Peterson, fourth grade; Fletcher Christy and Mindi Goddard, fifth grade; and Parker Christy, sixth grade.
Named to the B honor roll were Jimmy Berry, Cale Lawson and Jodee Tunnell, second grade; Corbin

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THS Students Practice For Contest

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey THS student Elizabeth Leeper performs the clarinet solo she plans to play at the district competition later this month during a pre-concert recital on Thursday night. Shani Kinney provided the piano accompaniment.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
THS student Elizabeth Leeper performs the clarinet solo she plans to play at the district competition later this month during a pre-concert recital on Thursday night. Shani Kinney provided the piano accompaniment.

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R-6 Students At State Competition

The seventh and eighth grade students with the top scores from the Pleasant View R-6 School Science Fair participated in the Mid-American Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in St. Joseph on March 9. From left, Sara Keller placed fourth in the chemistry division, Erin (Grace) Allen was second in the behavioral science division and Eric Kleinschmidt placed fourth in the physics division. Miss Allen’s project was also awarded a nomination to the 2015 Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars).

The seventh and eighth grade students with the top scores from the Pleasant View R-6 School Science Fair participated in the Mid-American Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in St. Joseph on March 9. From left, Sara Keller placed fourth in the chemistry division, Erin (Grace) Allen was second in the behavioral science division and Eric Kleinschmidt placed fourth in the physics division. Miss Allen’s project was also awarded a

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R-6 Holds Science Fair

Submitted Photo Pleasant View R-6 School students in grades six through eight participated in a science fair on Feb. 26. First-place winners included, from left, front row, eighth grader Eric Kleinschmidt, seventh grader Erin (Grace) Allen, sixth grader Warren Meservey and sixth grader Andrew Flentje. Miss Allen was the overall winner. Other participants were, from left, middle row, Dylan Harris, Sarah Keller, Chase Otto, Preston Harris; back row, Julia Horton, Maria Horton, Logan Stanton, Max McNabb and Max Kleinschmidt.

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Pleasant View R-6 School students in grades six through eight participated in a science fair on Feb. 26. First-place winners included, from left, front row, eighth grader Eric Kleinschmidt, seventh grader Erin (Grace) Allen, sixth grader Warren Meservey and sixth grader Andrew Flentje. Miss Allen was the overall winner. Other participants were, from left, middle row, Dylan Harris, Sarah Keller, Chase Otto, Preston Harris; back row, Julia Horton,

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