Trenton Middle School has announced the schedule for awards assemblies on Friday May 24, 2019, the final day of school at Trenton R-9. The event will be held in the Trenton Middle School gym with each grade level having a specific time period for their awards. Family members are invited to attend. On Friday morning, […]
The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Galt woman Thursday on misdemeanor first-degree trespassing. The bond for 49-year-old Christi Sims was set at $1,500 cash or corporate surety and she is scheduled for the Associate Division of circuit court May 28th. Court documents accuse Sims of unlawfully entering real property at 830 […]
Trenton Middle School has announced its students of the month for the character trait loyalty. The students are fifth graders Josalyn Ledbetter and Rylan Ebersold, sixth graders Aubree Phillips and Brennon Henricks, seventh graders Makina Limkemann and Gabe Stark, and eighth graders Sarah Washburn and Nick Smith.
U.S. Senators Roy Blunt and Josh Hawley announced that the Senate unanimously approved a resolution honoring the Northwest Missouri State University men’s basketball team for winning its second NCAA Division II national championship. “The Bearcats were unstoppable this season, earning another national championship and finishing the year with a perfect record,” said Blunt. “Congratulations to […]
Among results involving area teams in the second day of career development events during the Missouri FFA Convention, Trenton FFA teams placed fifth in both ag sales and meats judging. For ag sales, Chillicothe was sixth and Gallatin eighth. For meats, Princeton was 16th. In dairy cattle judging, North Harrison of Eagleville placed fifth; Princeton […]
Among results from the first day of career development events at the Missouri FFA Convention in Columbia, Princeton has two teams rank in the top ten; Grundy R-5, Newtown Harris, Milan, and Hamilton each has one. Princeton’s FFA livestock team captured second place. Individually, Logan Hanson was 4th, Kylie Willett 7th, and Logan Dunkin 9th. […]
The Grundy County Health Department of Trenton plans to hold several events in May and June. One of the events is a barbecue for Public Health Month in the health department’s back parking lot Friday, April 26th from 11:30 to 1:30. Health Educator Abby Oberman says Hy-Vee will grill meat during the event. The barbecue […]
Youth who have completed fifth grade may attend a Safe Sitter class at the Grundy County Health Department of Trenton to learn how to keep themselves safe and care for younger children. The class designed for young teens who watch their younger siblings and babysit children will be held on June 5th from 9 o’clock […]
Wright Memorial Hospital recently presented the Fit-Tastic interactive program to fifth and sixth graders at Laredo R-7 School. The program was presented during Miss Herrold’s P.E./Health class one day a week for four weeks by Wright Memorial Hospital dietitian Christina Ferguson, with assistance from the Grundy County Health Department, Trenton Hy-Vee’s registered dietitian, Cindy Eivins, […]
The Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education approved increasing the base pay of certified teachers at its meeting Tuesday evening. The base pay will increase $1,000 to $30,000 and a six percent raise was approved for all non-certified hourly employees as well as a five percent increase on extra duty contracts. The board approved a […]
The Laredo R-7 Board of Education voted to increase the certified base salary and increase pay for several other positions at a meeting Monday evening. The certified base salary was increased by $500 to $28,900. The office aid and part-time custodian position were increased to $8.60 per hour. The bookkeeper, head cook, head custodian, and […]
Trenton Middle School has selected its students of the month for the character trait sense of humor. They are fifth graders Josie Tuggle and Aryn Pajak, sixth graders Evelyn Mehrhoff and Aiden Weyer, seventh graders Emma Roberts and Cayden Spears, and eighth graders Juliet Schmadeke and Dylan Smith.