"Like" us on Facebook

Archives

Bulldogs Prevail In First-Round Showdown

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Trenton’s Lathan Croy rips the ball away from an East Buchanan player during the Bulldogs’ 73-49 district victory on Tuesday night in Lathrop. Croy had 14 points to go with six steals and eight rebounds.

In the week leading up to district play, the talk within the Trenton High School boys’ basketball program revolved around East Buchanan. Even after Trenton’s loss to Hamilton – the third close

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Area Hoops Scoreboard 2-21-17

Gilman City Girls 54, Pattonsburg Girls 50
The Gilman City girls continued a strong finish to the season on Tuesday night, securing a first-round district victory over Pattonsburg at the Class 1, District 14 Tournament in Eagleville. Gilman trailed 16-4 after the opening frame, but came back with a 17-7 run in the second quarter. Gilman then outscored Pattonsburg 24-16 in the fourth quarter, hitting 12-of-15 free throws down the

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

TMS Badminton Tournament

Submitted Photo
The Trenton Middle School held a badminton tournament last week. Winners from the tournament included, from left, front row, Kaitlyn Brinkman, Kaylor Farris, Baley Catron, Jacia Clark, Austin Bouzek, Kidridge Griffin; back row, Kristi Ewing, Emilee Lovell, Maci Moore, Bailee McAtee, Aiden Maxey and Payden McCullough.

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Couple Gives Back Through Youth Programs

Dave and Ruby Woodson

Editor’s Note: The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will be honoring two couples, two businesses and an organization during its annual meeting on Friday, March 3. Among those being honored are Dave and Ruby Woodson, who, along with Buddy and Karla Hannaford, have been named the 2017 Pillars of the Community. The Woodsons are being featured in today’s Trenton Republican-Times as part of a series of

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Pirates Vs. Cancer Is Thursday Night

The Ketcham Community Center will be the place to be this Thursday as the Pirates take on St. Louis Community College in the regular season home finale.
The men’s team, coached by Jeremy Esry, comes into the contest with a 17-8 record while the women’s team, coached by Jenni Croy, currently sits at 20-7.
On top of basketball action at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m., student organizations Fellowship of Christian Athletes

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Utility Committee Sets Meeting

The Utility Committee of the Trenton City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include a review of bids for scrap metal, raw water valves and a sludge trailer as well as a review of requests for qualifications for sewer plant effluent disinfection.

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Trenton FFA Breakfast Is Friday

As part of National FFA Week, the Trenton High School chapter will be holding its annual breakfast for friends and faculty on Friday. Serving will be from 6:30 to 8 a.m. in the high school vo-ag building.
Other activities during the week include Greenhand and Chapter Degree ceremonies for freshmen and sophomores at 6 o’clock tonight in the THS commons; Greenhand Initiation and Farmer/Farm Animal Day on Thursday, during which

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

THS Class Of 1972 Sets Alumni Planning Meeting

An alumni planning meeting for the Trenton High School Class of 1972 will be held on Sunday afternoon in Trenton.
The meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. at Royal Inn Pizza. All class members are encouraged to attend as plans will be made for the 45th class reunion, to be held as part of the THS Alumni Weekend activities on Sept. 1-3.

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.

Washington DC Trip Parent Meeting

Parents of Trenton Middle School sixth and seventh grade students as well as students from surrounding schools who will be going on the 2018 trip to Washington DC will have a meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 2 in the TMS Media Center.
Those attending the meeting are asked to bring the enrollment packet that was given to students. Trip dates are May 29-June 2, 2018. Students who sign

You must be a logged in paid subscriber to read the full story. Please Login to access.