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R-T Columnist Has Mule Photos Featured At MU Gallery

Duane Dailey

Duane Dailey

For more than 40 years, Duane Dailey, BS Ag ’57, MS ’65, professor emeritus of MU Extension education, has been writing about and photographing the Missouri mule. An exhibit featuring his work is open through Oct. 31, 2014, at the McDougall Center Gallery in Lee Hills Hall at the Missouri School of Journalism. A gallery gala is from 4 to 8 p.m. Sept. 18. Below is an excerpt

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Lady Bulldogs Storm Past Plattsburg, 10-0

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton pitcher Daryian Otto fires a pitch during the Lady Bulldogs’ 10-0 victory over Plattsburg on Monday night in Trenton. Otto shut out the visiting Lady Tigers, allowing no hits and two walks while striking out eight.

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Trenton pitcher Daryian Otto fires a pitch during the Lady Bulldogs’ 10-0 victory over Plattsburg on Monday night in Trenton. Otto shut out the visiting Lady Tigers, allowing no hits and two walks while striking out eight.

The Trenton High School softball team picked up a big win on Monday night, defeating Plattsburg 10-0 at Griffin Field in Trenton.
Trenton wasted little time in the match-up, jumping

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Middle School A Team Picks Up 9-6 Win

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Mykah Hurley swings away during the Trenton Middle School softball team’s 9-6 win over Plattsburg. Hurley went one-for-three in the game with a walk and a run scored.

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Mykah Hurley swings away during the Trenton Middle School softball team’s 9-6 win over Plattsburg. Hurley went one-for-three in the game with a walk and a run scored.

The Trenton Middle School softball program drew a split with Plattsburg on Monday night on Johnson Field in Trenton, winning the A game 9-6 and dropping the B game 4-3.
In the A game, Trenton scored the three-run victory

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Lady Bulldogs Handed 13-Stroke Loss At Home

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton senior Lauren Schmidt chips onto the green on the sixth hole at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Schmidt carded a 65 during Senior Night on Monday.

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Trenton senior Lauren Schmidt chips onto the green on the sixth hole at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. Schmidt carded a 65 during Senior Night on Monday.

The Trenton High School girls’ golf team was in action at home one final time on Monday, playing host to Putnam County at the Riverside Country Club in Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs were unable to pull out a win

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JV Football Team Falls In Higginsville

Trenton’s junior varsity football team took one on the chin Monday night in Higginsville, falling to the Huskers’ JV squad 42-16.
Higginsville scored three times to open the game, once on a punt return in the first quarter and then twice in the second quarter, once on a pass and once on a run.
Trenton was able to quell the rally late in the half, scoring on a 45-yard run

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Bulldog Bark – Busy Year At TMS

by TMS Principal Dustin Jenkerson
The 2014-2015 school year is under way and Trenton Middle School has gotten off to a great start. We are very excited about some of the things we were able to accomplish last year and the goals we have set to accomplish this year. While we progress through this school year TMS hopes that parents and community members will be supportive of our school, teachers

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Three Attend Boys State

Three Trenton High School seniors attended American Legion Boys State activities this summer in Warrensburg. Nicholas Gass (from left), Thomas Mack and Alex Davis were among boys from throughout the state who took part in the event, which was held June 14-21. The week-long program is designed to educate and train Missouri’s young leaders in functional citizenship, leadership and government and is open to boys who have completed their junior year of high school. Gass, the son of Bob and E’Lisha Gass, was a citizen of Gambriel City and a member of the Nationalist Party. He held the office of parks and recreation commissioner, was a delegate to the county committee in Ward I. He placed third in city athletic competition and attended the campaigning and political operations school. Mack, the son of Mike and Beth Mack, was a citizen of Ingle City and a member of the Nationalist Party. He was a member of the city council and attended public administration school. Davis, the son of Chad and Kristi Davis, was a citizen of Duggan City and a member of the Federalist Party. He was a city clerk, served in advertising sales and was a reporter for KMBS radio as well as the mayor’s chief of staff. He attended the  journalism school. Gass was sponsored by the Trenton Kiwanis Club and the Major Dale Stepp American Legion Post No. 31 of Trenton, Mack was sponsored by Major Dale Stepp American Legion Post No. 31 of Trenton and Davis was sponsored by the Trenton Lions Club and Major Dale Stepp American Legion Post No. 31 of Trenton.

Three Trenton High School seniors attended American Legion Boys State activities this summer in Warrensburg. Nicholas Gass (from left), Thomas Mack and Alex Davis were among boys from throughout the state who took part in the event, which was held June 14-21. The week-long program is designed to educate and train Missouri’s young leaders in functional citizenship, leadership and government and is open to boys who have completed their junior

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Car Seat Checks Planned

Sept. 14-20 is National Child Passenger Safety Week and the Grundy County Health Department has announced it will be conducting child seat checks on Wednesday, Sept. 17 and Friday, Sept. 19
The checks will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on both days. Other times are available, if persons call ahead. This is a free service that is open to anyone.
According to information provided by the health department,

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Youth Leadership Trenton Applicants Sought

Applications to participate in the 2014 Youth Trenton Leadership program continue to be accepted, with the program set to kick off on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Community Developer Ralph Boots, who is organizing the program, said applications are available by contacting him at city hall, 359-4310. There is a $100 fee for the class, however, that cost is being covered through donations by program sponsors. The class size is limited. The

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