Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton Board of Education announces personnel actions from special meeting

Personnel actions have been announced from a special meeting Monday morning of the Trenton R-9 Board of Education.  Board action included the hiring of four instructors and extra duty coaching assignments as well as accepting four resignations accepted. Resignations came from Special Education teachers Leslie Austin and Ched Hurley, Counselor DeeAnn Clark and Science Teacher […]

Halloween Cemetary

Trenton High School Halloween Carnival winners announced

The winners of the costume contest have been announced at the Trenton High School Halloween Carnival Wednesday evening. Ainsley and Elsie Miller’s team costume placed first in the infant girl category, and Calvin Boswell received first place for the infant boy. Other first-place recipients included Kinlea Griffin and Tanner Prindle for preschool, Kenzie Hartley and […]

Manslaughter

Teenager withdraws not guilty plea, changes plea to guilty in manslaughter case in Mercer County

A Mercer teen has pleaded guilty to felony charges stemming from an accident last year that claimed the life of a Lineville resident. Court information indicates 17-year-old Elijah Mandich entered a plea of guilty in Mercer County to first-degree involuntary manslaughter and damage to jail property.  Mandich was remanded to the custody of the Mercer County […]

Crime and Courts

Elijah Mandich makes court appearance in Princeton

Among cases processed in the Mercer County Circuit Court in Princeton, a trial date has been set for 17-year-old Elijah Charles Mandich of Princeton who faces an involuntary manslaughter charge due to an accident last October. Mandich appeared yesterday before Circuit Court Judge Jack Peace who scheduled a trial for January 8th and 9th of […]