The 10th annual NCMC Alumni Gala was the topic of Open Line, with guests Teresa Cross of the NCMC Foundation office, Jean Peace of Trenton and Glenda Homedale of Princeton who serve on the foundation's planning committee.
We had a request from one of our listeners to replay Dawg Bites from Thursday night, which aired from 6 to 7 o'clock on Hot Country Z 101.7. We are always happy to do what we can, so here it is (without the commerical breaks)! I think Novie Rorebeck was having a little bit of fun with Tom at the beginning of the show!
The Trenton High School varsity singles players were strong on Tuesday afternoon, but the doubles teams could not find the winners circle in three matches, with the host Benton Lady Cardinals rallying for a 5-4 win over THS.
The Putnam County Health Department holds a seasonal flu clinic the evening of October 16th in the high school commons at Unionville. The hours are from 5 until 7 o'clock, or until supplies are depleted.
Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox recently recognized Detective Eric Menconi for his excellent work and dedication to a variety of recent criminal investigations including a child abduction investigation and arrest.
The Green Hills Golf Course in Chillicothe played host to the annual Chillicothe Invitational on Thursday, with the Richmond Lady Spartans winning the team championship with a score of 375, and Lawson High School's Maddie Propst winning individual medalist honors with an 18-hole score of 75, which is 3 over par.
The Milan Lady Wildcats suffered two shutout losses over the last week, falling to Trenton last Thursday and Scotland County this past Tuesday. The Lady 'Cats have a very busy schedule, starting tonight (Thursday night) at North Shelby:
A special meeting of the Trenton City Council has been scheduled Friday morning at 7:30 to consider 2 ordinances affecting Trenton Municipal Utilities. The meeting, held at the Trenton City Hall, is open to the public.