A Trenton woman was one of about 200 volunteers chosen from a pool of 6000 applicants selected to help decorate the White House for Christmas. Cindy Roy first heard about the opportunity to decorate the White House when former White House intern Adam Kirby visited her during his Winter Break from college last year. […]
Nominations for distinguished alumni from North Central Missouri College and Trenton Junior College are being accepted for 2018. The North Central Missouri College Foundation, Inc. will honor the selected alumni who attended either TJC or NCMC with a formal presentation and ceremony during our Voyage Fund celebration on February 23, 2019. To nominate an alum […]
Missouri Board of Education President Charlie Shields says a finalist has been unanimously chosen for the permanent K through 12 education commissioner position. Next up is making an offer to the individual. Former commissioner Margie Vandeven is among the four finalists competing for her old job. Interim commissioner Roger Dorson and Superintendent Eric […]
Grundy County R-V High School held an awards assembly to honor students who were chosen Students of the Quarter by the R-V Faculty and Staff. Selected were, left to right front row 7th Grade, Nicholas Mann-Smiley, 8th Grade, Avianna Nemo, and 9th Grade, Logan Foster. Back row left to right are Sophomore Abigail Mathews, Junior […]
The Trenton City Council took action last night on several ordinances and bids. Approval was given for Advanced Environment Testing and Abatement of Belton to remove asbestos at two locations: 111 West 11th Street and 1502 Day. Combined, the cost of $3,100 comes from demolition money budgeted by the city. The city will purchase properties on […]
Hamilton High School has crowned its Homecoming King and Queen with Malachi McBee named King, and Murphy Park was chosen as Queen. Other candidates included Shaylea East, Cale Whitt, Jacey Cook, and Shade Hardy. Hamilton R-2 will dismiss school at 1 o’clock Friday afternoon with the parade set to roll through town at 2 o’clock. […]
Twenty-five Trenton High School Choir students auditioned for All-District Choir on Saturday at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph. Eight singers were selected and will participate in the All-District Choir on October 27th at Platte County High School. Those chosen from THS are Sopranos Emma Gilham and Kasie Otto, Tenors Jonin Villacampa, Caleb Johnson, […]
Former Missouri Department of Public Safety Director Drew Juden is speaking out about being fired. He thinks he was dismissed by Governor Parson because the governor owes someone a favor. Former State Patrol Superintendent Sandra Karsten has been chosen as Juden’s replacement. Juden says Parson did not ask about any important unfinished business […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its September Responsibility Students of the Month. Students chosen are fifth graders Angela Detweiler and Isaac Bonta, sixth graders Arianna Ortega and Parker Ishmael, seventh graders Jewel Corley and Dylan Catron, and eighth graders Sue McPherson and Tremaine Boyle.
Next week is Homecoming week for Trenton High School and multiple activities are on tap. Paul Cox will be the guest speaker at the traditional pep rally at the C. F. Russell Stadium the night of Wednesday, September 12th at 7 o’clock. Fall sports teams will be introduced and the coronation of the Homecoming king, […]
A Princeton FFA Chapter member has been selected as a member of the National FFA Chorus. Princeton High School senior Sierra Bruse will perform several times during the National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis October 24th through 27th. Bruse will join chorus members for rehearsals three days prior to the beginning of the convention.
Missouri’s U.S. Senators are gearing up for a vote on the president’s Supreme Court nominee. Alisa Nelson with Missourinet files this report. Missourians are expected to learn this week how U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt will vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court pick. The U.S. Senate is set to begin confirmation […]