Trenton Downtown Christmas

Trenton Downtown Christmas celebration set for December 14, 2019

A variety of activities will be held during Trenton Downtown Christmas on Saturday of next week. Five Points Alive sponsors the activities December 14, 2019, which starts with a soup supper at the VFW Hall. Sena Arnold with Trenton Downtown Christmas and Five Points Alive says serving will begin at 4 o’clock that afternoon. Those […]

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Trenton Park Board approves bids for fencing and playground border material

The Trenton Park Board approved bids for chain link fence and playground border material on Wednesday evening. Grundy County Lumber’s bid was approved for the fencing material for $1,395. It was the lowest of two, as Jim’s Building Supplies submitted a bid of $1,950.40. The approved bid for the playground fall material border was from […]

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Laredo Board of Aldermen pass ordinance limiting number of dogs residents may own

The Laredo Board of Aldermen passed an ordinance this week regarding dogs. City Clerk Ashley Bonnett reports the ordinance was amended from the prior ordinance to add a section regarding the number of dogs. The ordinance says kennels, hobbyist, or puppy mills will not be allowed in Laredo, and the maximum number of dogs allowed […]

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Trenton R-9 School District releases Winter Weather Procedures for current school year

The Trenton R-9 School District has released its winter weather procedures for this school year. Announcements about cancellations, early dismissals, late starts, and/or use of hard surface bus routes will be made through the Trenton R-9 Twitter and Facebook pages, district website, Bulldog Text Alert System, KTTN, and Republican Times. If time permits, announcements will […]

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Texas manager pleads guilty in Missouri to pet food fraud, company pays $4.5 million restitution

The manager of a Wilbur-Ellis Company processing facility in Texas pleaded guilty in federal court to his role in a multi-million dollar conspiracy to sell adulterated ingredients to pet food manufacturers, for which the company has already paid more than $4.5 million in restitution. William Douglas Haning, 48, pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief District Judge […]

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Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled attend afternoon of fun and fishing

Families and Friends of the Developmentally Disabled recently attended an afternoon of fun and fishing sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation, Green Hills National Wild Turkey Federation and North Central Missouri College (NCMC Barton Campus).  A total of 42 participants and volunteers were in attendance.  A cookout of hotdogs, chips, cookies and cold water […]