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Missouri Day officials announce winners of Yard and Porch and Window Decorating Contest

Winners of the Missouri Day contests were announced at the opening ceremonies on October 14. For the Yard and Porch Decorating Contest in the business category, American Family Insurance Agent Cara McClellan received first place. BTC Bank of Trenton got second place. For the yard and porch contest in the residential category, Terri Toms at […]

Missouri Day Festival

Contests to be held as part of Missouri Day Festival

Decorating contests are being held as part of the Missouri Day Festival in Trenton. The Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri sponsors the window decorating contest. First place will receive $100, and second place will get $50. Citizens Bank and Trust sponsors the yard and porch decorating contest. There are residential and business categories. First place […]

Missouri Day Festival

Trenton Chamber of Commerce to hold Missouri Day decorating contests

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold Missouri Day decorating contests. The theme is “What it means to be a Missourian.” There are business and residential categories for the yard and porch contest, sponsored by Citizens Bank and Trust. Businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate in the window contest, sponsored by the Farmers […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Trenton Chamber announces winners of yard and window decorating contests

Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce on Monday announced winners in contests offered for the Missouri Day Festival. In residential yard decorating, first place went to Joyce Wilcox at 20-03 Haddox Street. Second place was won by Jim and Bonita Price at 808 West 11th Street. In the business category, first place was won by American […]

Coronavirus Cancellations

Local cancellations and restrictions announced due to Coronavirus concerns

KTTN has received notice of several announcements that are due to precautions taken out of concerns for the Coronavirus. Grundy County Jewett-Norris Library in Trenton will be closed as of March 17th and possibly longer.  The Jewett-Norris library has canceled the children’s story hour on Wednesdays. The Livingston County Library in Chillicothe is closed until […]

Missouri Day Festival

Contest winners announced at Missouri Day opening ceremony

The winners of several contests were announced at the Missouri Day Opening Ceremony Thursday night. Those receiving first place in the Coloring Contest included preschooler Nora Guthrie of Trenton R-9, kindergartener Jamison Christy of Grundy County R-5, first-grader Barrett Etter of Rissler Elementary School, second-grader Maggi Wynn of Grundy R-5, third-grader Kennedy Cross of Rissler, […]

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Showing of Hocus Pocus in Chillicothe changed to Livingston County Library

The location has been changed for Friday evening’s Silver Moon Cinema in Chillicothe. A representative from Main Street Chillicothe says Disney’s Hocus Pocus will be shown for free in the Livingston County Library’s second-floor courtroom due to the forecasted rain and cold temperature. The library will provide children’s activities at 6:45, and the movie will […]

Missouri Day Festival

Deadline to enter Missouri Day Festival contests is Friday

The deadline to enter the Missouri Day Coloring Contest is Friday, October 11, 2019. Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Carman says Orscheln Farm and Home sponsors the contest for Grundy County youth in preschool through fourth grade as well as Grundy County nursing home residents. Coloring pages have been taken to Grundy County […]

Trenton Chamber of Commerce

Trenton Chamber of Commerce to sponsor contests in conjunction with Missouri Day Festival

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold several community contests in conjunction with the Missouri Day Festival. All local businesses are encouraged to participate in a window decorating contest, sponsored by the Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri. Painted and classic decorations will be accepted with cash prizes awarded. First place will receive $100, and […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department (TPD)

Trenton woman arrested on drug and passing bad check allegations

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Department reports the arrest of a Trenton woman on drug-related and passing bad check charges. Twenty-seven-year-old Josy Simmons has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance except for 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid as well as the misdemeanors of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and […]

Chalk On The Walk

Five Points Alive and Main Street Trenton to host ‘Chalk on the Walk”

Individuals can use the asphalt as a canvas and create art with chalk at an event in downtown Trenton next week. Five Points Alive and Main Street Trenton will hold “Chalk on the Walk” on June 21, 2019. Registration will take place at the Sesquicentennial Park gazebo from 9 to 10 o’clock that morning. Water-soluble […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Employee insurance top discussion at Trenton R-9 Board of Education meeting

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education discussed health insurance options at its meeting on Tuesday evening. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reported if the district stayed with Blue Cross Blue Shield next school year, the basic plan would cost $658.34 per month per employee. That is an increase of about 15% of what the district currently pays. […]

Bad Check

Grundy County Sheriff reports Chillicothe woman arrested on bad check charge

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Chillicothe woman Tuesday on a felony charge of passing a bad check. Bond for 39-year-old Jill Boley was set at $1,100, and she is scheduled for the Associate Division of circuit court April 9th. Court documents accuse Boley of passing a bad check for $680, […]

Trenton R-9 School District

Trenton R-9 Board of Education meets with lengthy agenda

The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved a bond resolution for the proposed district building project at a meeting Wednesday evening. The approved ballot question to appear on the April 2nd ballot asks if the school district should borrow seven million dollars to construct, renovate, improve, furnish, and equip district facilities. The question says the […]