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Park Board Agenda Addition

An addition has been made to the agenda for Wednesday night’s Trenton Park Board Meeting.
Doug Doughty with the Chillicothe Mudcats will be at the meeting to seek permission to use Burleigh Grimes Field for a Mudcats baseball game this summer. The meeting is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. at city hall and also include discussion of the TBA, the superintendent’s report and reports by various committees.

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

The following are the Selective Traffic Enforcement Streets for the City of Trenton for the week of Jan. 31: East Ninth Street, 17th Street and Lulu Street.
The Trenton Police Department will be monitoring the roadways and streets for traffic violations such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving and failing to stop at stop signs. Anyone having traffic complaints is encouraged to contact the TPD by calling 359-5557 or by

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Private Applicator Training At Trenton

Private applicator training and Grundy County Ag update will be held on Friday, Feb. 19 at the Hoover Theater at the Grundy County-Jewett Norris Library in Trenton.
The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. with private applicator pesticide training and then follow with the ag update. The meeting will conclude at noon.
For growers seeking a private pesticide applicator license, a training manual is required and a fee is charged

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NCMC Trip Deadline Is Feb. 15

Monday, Feb. 15 is the deadline to sign up for the Germany-Italy-Switzerland trip taking place May 19-May 31.
The trip, which is organized by North Central Missouri College staff, is open to the public and you do not need to be a student to attend. Highlights of the trip include Frankfurt, Munich, Neuschwanstein, Castle, Innsbruck, Venice, St. Mark’s Square, Grand Canal, Doge’s Palace, Verona, Swiss Alps, Lucerne, Mt. Pilatus, Black

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Cub Scouts Tour R-T

Members of the Tiger Cubs of Pack 23 visited the Trenton Republican-Times office on Monday night to learn about how a newspaper is produced. Those attending were, from left, front row Caleb Shell, Gavin Bundridge, Caleb Ray, Karsen Spencer, Wesley Bray-White, Ryeland Kirk; middle row, Ethan Shell, Graeme Sager, Kash Barlow, Matthew Kralicek, Xzavier Berry, Eric Schlichting; back row, Daniel Newton, Peyton Baker, Tracy Kralicek and Melissa Spencer. Pack leaders are Jeff Spencer and Shawn Kralicek.

Members of the Tiger Cubs of Pack 23 visited the Trenton Republican-Times office on Monday night to learn about how a newspaper is produced. Those attending were, from left, front row Caleb Shell, Gavin Bundridge, Caleb Ray, Karsen Spencer, Wesley Bray-White, Ryeland Kirk; middle row, Ethan Shell, Graeme Sager, Kash Barlow, Matthew Kralicek, Xzavier Berry, Eric Schlichting; back row, Daniel Newton, Peyton Baker, Tracy Kralicek and Melissa Spencer. Pack leaders

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DAWGS Win Basketball Medals

Submitted Photo The DAWGS (Disabled Athletes with Grundy Support) traveled to Maryville and the campus of Northwest Missouri State University on Saturday, Jan. 30 for the Special Olympics North Area Basketball Tournament. Over 40 teams participated and the two Trenton teams, 3 DAWG Nite and The Knockout DAWGS, both received gold medals for their efforts. Individual skills players received two gold medals and one bronze medal. The regional tournament will be held in Blue Springs on Feb. 13. Participants included, from left, front row, Coach Judy Rash, Hannah Bruse, James Ross; middle row, Oletha Stark, Sammi Gardner, Pierce Rash; back row, Coach Georgia Jackson, Kurtis Brewer, Jeffrey Jackson, Sierra Bruse, Coach Jamie Buzzard, Coach Leonard Brill, Mary Brill, Kamey Shaw, Jessica Hazen, Assistant Coach Rachelle Tyler, and Coach Jim Rash. Not pictured is Dominick Elliott. The team proudly displayed their new basketball uniforms during the tournament.

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The DAWGS (Disabled Athletes with Grundy Support) traveled to Maryville and the campus of Northwest Missouri State University on Saturday, Jan. 30 for the Special Olympics North Area Basketball Tournament. Over 40 teams participated and the two Trenton teams, 3 DAWG Nite and The Knockout DAWGS, both received gold medals for their efforts. Individual skills players received two gold medals and one bronze medal. The regional tournament will

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Shuler Anniversary

Gilbert Jr. and Judy Barnett Shuler

Gilbert Jr. and Judy Barnett Shuler

Gilbert Jr. and Judy Barnett Shuler will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. The couple were married on Feb. 6, 1966 at the Dunlap Baptist Church with Bro. Wayne Brooks officiating. They are the parents of two daughters, Patricia (Joe) Brown of Trenton and Michelle Shuler of Trenton and one son, the late Robert Shuler. They also have five grandchildren

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Dorene Schmidt

Dorene Schmidt, a 90-year-old resident of Trenton, died at 9:45 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 1, 2016 at Sunnyview Nursing Home in Trenton.
Arrangements are pending at Resthaven Mortuary of Trenton.
Mrs. Schmidt is survived by a daughter, Linda Singleton and her husband, Stacy; a son, Gary Schmidt; a brother, Donald Pettit; four grandchildren, Jennifer Waugh and her husband, Chris, Stacy Singleton Jr. and his wife, Lisa, Erin Singleton and Scott

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Daily Record 2-2-16

CIRCUIT COURT
Municipal Division
Judge Steven D. Hudson

Vivian Draughn, Laredo, and Ashley R. Tharp, Spickard, pleaded guilty to reverse parking when prohibited and were fined $10 and $37.50 costs.
Justin Hendricks, 27, Trenton, pleaded guilty to failing to maintain financial responsibility for a vehicle and was fined $25.50 and $41.50 costs.
Michael Washburn, 39, Princeton, pleaded guilty to failing to display valid vehicle license plates and was fined $50.50

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