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Trenton Finalist For New Plant

Efforts continue to be made to locate a business in Trenton that would initially hire as many as 75 individuals and has the potential of as many as 150 employees.
During Monday night’s Trenton City Council meeting, Community Developer Ralph Boots said the wiring harness business has included Trenton as one of two finalists for location of its newest plant. Representatives from the business have been in the community and

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WMH Trail Dedication Is Sept. 26

A date has been set for the Wright Memorial Hospital walking trail dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting.
At 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 26, Wright Memorial Hospital will host this free event for the public, which will include a short program and light refreshments.
“I encourage as many people as possible to attend the dedication ceremony and see this wonderful addition to the hospital’s campus,” WMH Foundation Development Officer Matt

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Building, Nuisance Board Takes Action On Properties

The Building and Nuisance Board met on Monday night, prior to the Trenton City Council meeting, and took action on several items.
A letter is to be sent to officially declare a nuisance on property owned by Dorothy Roberts at 501 Main St. Facts and findings are to be filed on properties at 905 Rural St., owned by Betty Frydman; 2701 Lulu St., owned by Amy Morton; 1505 Bolser St.,

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Area Prosecutor Files Suit Against Commission

The Mercer County Prosecting Attorney and his wife have filed a lawsuit in the U.S.District Court against the Mercer County Commission and its members concerning the attorney’s 911 address.
John and Georgetta Young, who list their address as Route 1, Box 34 at Princeton, filed the suit against the commission and its members, Clifford Shipley, Zack Martin and Shane Grooms. The suit claims that the commission, after repeated requests from

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Organizational Meeting For Trip Set

Members of the public are invited to attend an informational meeting regarding an organized group trip to Costa Rica next summer.
The meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 3 at noon in Room 100 of Geyer Hall on the NCMC campus in Trenton. Lunch will be provided.
This meeting is open for anyone that wants to learn more about the trip to Costa Rica, set to begin about June 1, 2015.

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CAA Funding For Utility Help Gone

Green Hills Community Action Agency has announced that the agency’s allotment of summer utility assistance funding has been completely used up.
The CAA will be unable to assist with electric shutoff notices or any other utility-related emergencies until the winter energy assistance season begins.
Winter assistance begins on Oct. 1 for the elderly or disabled and on Nov. 1 for all other households. No funds will be available for utility

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Yearbooks For Past Four Years Available

The Trenton High School Yearbook Club will be selling current and some yearbooks from the past four years during Friday night’s THS football game at C.F. Russell Stadium.
The books for the 2013-2014 school year as well as the 2012-13, 2011-2012, 2010-2011 and 2009-2010 school years will be available, beginning at around 6:30 p.m. The books will be available for $30 and supplies are limited.
For more information, persons can

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Kaleidoscope Run Set For Sept. 8

The Trenton High School Student Council and FBLA, FCCLA, FTA, FFA and Spanish clubs are kicking off Homecoming Week with a 5K Kaleidoscope Run.
The walk/run is being held as a fundraiser for the Backpack Buddies program and is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20. The event begins at C.F. Russell Stadium with color being thrown on participants at different points throughout the course.
The cost to enter is $15. The

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Distinguished Alumni Named

North Central Missouri Foundationhas has announced its 2014 Class of Distinguished Alumni.
The list includes George Constant and Max B. Oyler of Trenton, Linda Wildman Gray of Prescott, AZ and Dr. James Michael Ritze of Broken Arrow, OK. Information on the accomplishments of each of these alums will be released in the next several weeks.
The honorees will be formally inducted as distinguished alumni at the NCMC Foundation’s 11th Annual

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