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Awards presented at Trenton High School band concert

Several awards were presented at the Trenton High School band concert. These including outstanding participants by grade: Freshmen: Callie Jackson and Amanda Parrack, Sophomore Lily White, Junior, Karissa Brock and Senior Chase Marsh. Winning the John Phillip Sousa Award was Leah Polk who also received the Jose Sanchez Barron the fourth memorial scholarship.

Trenton High School

Awards presented to THS students at Spring Concert

Several Trenton High School Concert Choir and Gold Rush members received awards Thursday night during the Vocal Music Spring Concert. Vocal music director Tyler Busick reports the awards included outstanding sopranos, Emma Gilham and Kasie Otto; outstanding altos, Karissa Brock and Mackenzie Klinginsmith; outstanding tenor, Jarren King; and outstanding basses, Dakota Cutsinger and Andrew Maxey. […]

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Kirksville student semifinalist for United States Presidential Scholars program

A Kirksville High School student was selected as a semifinalist for the United States Presidential Scholars. Richard Ma was one of nine Missouri students selected as a semifinalist. U. S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’s office announced two other Missouri students as members of the 54th class of the U. S. Presidential Scholars. Interim Commissioner […]

Dicamba

Volatility in Dicamba remains controversial

Of all the factors that led to the off-target movement of dicamba in 2017, volatility remains the most controversial. Older formulations, such as Banvel and Clarity, have long been known to volatilize when sprayed under certain environmental conditions. Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax were all marketed as dicamba formulations substantially lower in volatility than previous formulations. […]

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FBLA members at THS attend Practical Fine Art banquet

Trenton High School FBLA officers for the 2018-2019 school year were introduced at Monday evening’s Practical-Fine Art banquet. The officers include Saedee Jackson as president; McKenna Cox, vice president of membership and recruitment; Trinity Gaunt, vice president of community service and education; Carson Burchett, second vice president; Max McNabb, secretary/treasurer; and Sarah Jordan, reporter/historian. Students […]

Weatherization assistance now available from Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri is seeking homeowners, renters, and landlords interested in participating in the Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program. The program provides cost-effective energy-efficient home improvements to Missouri’s low-income households, especially for the elderly, children, those with physical disadvantages, and others hit hardest by high utility costs. The program aims to lower […]

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Audio: Southwest MO lawmaker discusses his refusal to sign special session petition

Joplin State Rep. Bill White did not sign a petition to call the Missouri Legislature in for a special session to consider impeaching Governor Greitens. Despite White’s opposition, enough signatures have been gathered to begin one on May 18.     Lawmakers will consider allegations that Greitens took and transmitted an unauthorized nude photo of […]

Officer Involved Shooting

Suspect wounded in shooting involving state trooper in Daviess County

A Missouri state trooper was involved in a shooting this morning in Daviess County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said it all started shortly after 10:30 this morning in Harrison County when the sheriff notified the patrol of a theft in progress at a residence in Ridgeway.  Harrison County Sheriff Josh Eckerson reports suspects pulled a […]