In May and June, Wright Memorial Hospital Physicians’ Group, in partnership with the Grundy County Health Department, and Saint Luke’s Mercer County Clinic in Princeton, offered student-athletes from Trenton, Galt, Humphreys, Laredo, Pleasant View R-6, Spickard, Princeton, and Mercer school districts an opportunity to receive free sports physicals. The Missouri State High School Activities Association […]
Graduation ceremonies were Sunday afternoon for 115 seniors of Chillicothe high school. Five of the students were announced as Valedictorians. According to the school, they are Libby Adkins, Matthew Anthony, Laney Gaston, Sarah Graves, and Kaylee Lewis. At the Meadville R-4 school Sunday, graduation was held for 16 seniors. The Valedictorian is Jordan Schmitz and […]
The Trenton High School Student Council Officers for next school year have been announced. Cole Soptic will be President, Jordan Wendt Vice President, Mackenzie Klinginsmith Secretary, Mari Atup Treasurer, Halley Windsor Historian, Megan Spencer Public Relations Coordinator, and Tucker Otto will be Chaplain.
Eighteen members of the Chillicothe FFA will be receiving their State FFA Degree, in Columbia on April 26, 2019. Before receiving this degree students had to meet a number of qualifications and fill out an application that followed their SAE and leadership skills. The Chillicothe FFA chapter had the highest number of State FFA Degrees […]
Information from an executive session of the Trenton R-9 Board of Education last night shows six resignations were accepted and nine hirings were approved. Resignations were accepted from teachers Jamee Greener at the elementary school and from Amy Franklin and Jeremy Austin at the high school. Brian Upton resigned duties as the girls’ basketball coach. […]
Six members of the Trenton High School band have qualified for the state music contests late this month in Columbia, however, the instrumental competition on the district level was held Saturday in St. Joseph. Trenton students earning exemplary for their solos include Mari Atup, a freshman on flute; Caleb Johnson, a freshman, on tuba; Trager […]
The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work the Missouri Department of Transportation has planned in northern Missouri for the week of April 1 – 7. Continued flooding may cause schedule changes in some of the planned work. There may also be moving operations throughout the region such as pothole patching, […]
Eight Trenton Middle School entries and two Trenton High School entries received gold in STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) Event competitions at the annual Missouri Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America State Leadership Conference at Osage Beach this week. Trenton Middle School entries receiving a gold rating and national rating in the STAR […]
Livingston County Sheriff’s office reports an arrest for weapons and possible drugs following a traffic stop for speeding this past weekend. Just after midnight Saturday, a deputy stopped a vehicle on Highway 36 for driving 86 miles an hour in a 65 zone. Sheriff Steve Cox said the Kansas City driver did not have a […]
Trenton has qualified eight entries for STAR events competition on the state level in March. Results have been announced following the regional STAR events held Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Chillicothe. STAR is an acronym for students taking action with recognition. It’s one of the programs for students in the school organization: Family, Career, […]
Several leaders from area counties are part of the newest Leadership Northwest Missouri class. The annual series of sessions help bring leaders together from throughout a 19-county region to discover and sharpen their leadership skills, explore regional issues, and build a network of contacts throughout Northwest Missouri. Members of the 2019 class from the Green […]
Trenton Middle School has announced the students selected as the Students of the Month for the character trait kindness. Those students are fifth graders Ali Cox and Evan Michael, sixth graders Layni Walker and Mason Rongey, seventh graders Mackenzie Lewis and Nathan Schlared, and eighth graders Jordan Price and Michael Bowers.