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TMS FCCLA Officers

Submitted Photo The 2014-15 officers for the Trenton Middle School FCCLA chapter include, from left, front row, Haley Kidd, treasurer; Jonathan Schlard, co-secretary; Grace Eaton, co-secretary;  back row, Werthen Gass, president; Mykah Hurley, reporter; Maci Henson, seventh grade representative; McKenna Cox, historian; and Adreanna Gard, vice president.

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The 2014-15 officers for the Trenton Middle School FCCLA chapter include, from left, front row, Haley Kidd, treasurer; Jonathan Schlard, co-secretary; Grace Eaton, co-secretary; back row, Werthen Gass, president; Mykah Hurley, reporter; Maci Henson, seventh grade representative; McKenna Cox, historian; and Adreanna Gard, vice president.

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RSVP Makes Donation To Rissler School

Submitted Photo The Grundy County RSVP “One Warm Coat” project generated several coats, gloves, stocking caps and socks that were donated by volunteers and taken to the Rissler Elementary School. RSVP Director Edna Foster, left, presented the items to Rissler counselor Teri Critten, right. There is still a large need for tennis shoes and winter boots in “children’s sizes” and persons wanting to donate can drop off new or good used shoes or boots at the RSVP office during business hours or put in the container outside the office door. The office is located at the North 65 Center.

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The Grundy County RSVP “One Warm Coat” project generated several coats, gloves, stocking caps and socks that were donated by volunteers and taken to the Rissler Elementary School. RSVP Director Edna Foster, left, presented the items to Rissler counselor Teri Critten, right. There is still a large need for tennis shoes and winter boots in “children’s sizes” and persons wanting to donate can drop off new or good

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Committee Recommends Land Sale For Solar Project

The Economic Development Committee of the Trenton City Council is recommending the sale of 14 acres in the city’s industrial park for location of a solar panel installation project.
During a meeting on Thursday, committee members unanimously agreed to ask the full city council to approve the sale of the land to MC Power Companies of Lee’s Summit. Community Developer Ralph Boots said the sale will be contingent upon an

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Wall Photos Sought

Photos of deceased individuals who have been involved with city of Trenton activities are being sought for inclusion in a display planned at city hall.
Councilman Mark Robinson is putting together “The Wall of Fame,” featuring photos of deceased individuals involved in service to the community. This would include former council members, mayors, doctors, attorneys, businessmen, etc.
Persons who would like to have a photo included in the display are

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Trick Or Trenton Night Is Monday

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will hold their annual Trick or Treat Night for area youth on Monday at the Rock Barn.
This free event is scheduled from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thirty-one businesses and organizations will be providing “tricks or treats” and youth taking part are encouraged to wear their Halloween clothing. There will be facepainting as well as an area in which photos will be taken.

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Rotary Hears Program On Amendment 3

Local educator Shani Kinney presented the program on opposition to Constitutional Amendment 3 during Thursday’s Trenton Rotary Club meeting. Steve Maxey introduced the program.
Mrs. Kinney, who teaches at the Pleasant View R-6 School, presented information concerning Amendment 3, which is on the November General Election ballot. Mrs. Kinney said the amendment would take local control away from the schools, using the “one size fits all” approach in the way

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Norman D. Hess

Norman D. Hess, an 86-year-old resident of Edwards, died on Friday, Oct. 7, 2014.
He was a former Trenton resident and graduate of Trenton High School
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 13, 2014 at D.W. Newcomer’s Sons Floral Hills Chapel. John Taylor officiated.
Pallbearers were Myron Hess, Rick Hess, Scott Hess, Michael Bence, Justin Corum and Timmothy Murphy.
Burial was in the Floral Hills Memorial

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Week 10 Football Preview: Trenton @ Brookfield

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Three years ago when the Missouri High School football districts were rearranged, people were thrilled to see Trenton and Brookfield back in the same district. The two schools had some great battles in the mid-to-late 2000’s when they shared a district.
Fans didn’t have to wait long for the potential district match-up to occur. In fact, for the third year in a row, Trenton and Brookfield will

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Hughs, Ewald Named All-District

The Trenton High School girls volleyball team landed two players on the Class 2 All-District 14 team. Alex Ewald and Lakisha Hughs were both named to the team as Ewald garnered second-team recognition and Hughs was included on the honorable mention team.
It was the second-straight year Ewald was named to the team and Hughs was a first-time selection. Trenton ran a record of 5-17-3 this year.

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