The Trenton R-9 Board of Education approved annualizing the salaries of the district’s support staff at a special meeting on Tuesday evening. Superintendent Dan Wiebers reports the district will figure the amount those employees would earn in one year and divide that amount by 12. Those employees would receive 12 equal paychecks—one each month. Wiebers […]
Tuesday was the final day to file for the Trenton City Council’s April 2nd election for the mayor and one councilman from each of the city’s four wards. Four candidates filed for Trenton’s Mayor, which is a four-year term and include incumbent Nick McHargue, current Second Ward Councilman Larry Porter, Linda Crooks, and Rocky Dunkin. […]
Filings continued this morning at Trenton City Hall subject to the April 2nd municipal election. Filing this morning for Mayor of Trenton was Linda A. Crooks of 105 Town and Country Lane. Filing previously for Mayor were Incumbent Nick McHargue and current 2nd ward councilman Larry Porter. The term of mayor is four years long. A […]
Two Trenton residents have filed for Fourth Ward Councilman for the April election. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports former councilman Jim Bush and Bob McIntyre both filed for the Fourth Ward Friday. Other filings for the Trenton City Council include Nick McHargue and Larry Porter for mayor, Kenneth Weaver and Glen Briggs for First Ward […]
Trenton City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports another filing for Trenton Mayor for the April election. Larry Porter filed for the position Thursday and currently serves as Second Ward Councilman. Incumbent Nick McHargue previously filed for Mayor. Other filings for the Trenton City Council include Kenneth Weaver and incumbent Glen Briggs for First Ward Councilman, Robert […]
Trenton City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports a new filing for Trenton City Council for the April election. Danny Brewer has filed for Second Ward Councilman which means there is a race for that position, as Robert Romesburg previously filed for the Second Ward. Other previous filings for the Trenton City Council were Kenneth Weaver and […]
Another person has filed for a position on the Trenton City Council. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports Glen Briggs filed for reelection as First Ward Councilman. Kenneth Weaver previously filed for the First Ward Councilman position. Other previous filings were Nick McHargue for Trenton’s mayor and Harry Kately for Third Ward Councilman.
A third person has filed for a position on the Trenton City Council. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports Harry Kately filed for the Third Ward Councilman position today (Friday). Previous filings were Nick McHargue for Trenton’s mayor and Kenneth Weaver for First Ward Councilman.
The Trenton Middle School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America played Animal Shelter Bingo the past two weeks. FCCLA Adviser Suzi Beck explains students were invited to pick up a Bingo sheet listing items the Animal Shelter needs. Students who brought an item received a sticker to put over the item on their Bingo […]
Trenton’s Building and Nuisance board last evening gave more time to those involved with work at six residential locations in Trenton. The 60-day extensions were authorized for 409 East 19th, 510 West Crowder Road, 813 Olive, 2002 Chicago, 302 East 7th Street, and 1312 Gilmore. Representatives from each address indicated more time was needed for […]
The Trenton Elks Lodge will hold the Third Annual Missouri Day Car Show October 21st. Vince Neal with the Elks says vehicles will be on display around the Elks Lodge rain or shine. Vehicles can register for several classes from 8 o’clock to 11:30 on the morning of October 21st. The entry fee is $20.00 per […]
Several young adults from area FFA chapters will be presented with their American FFA Degrees late next month in Indianapolis, Indiana at the National FFA Convention and Expo. Presentations are made to less than one percent of the overall FFA membership with the ceremony taking place on the morning of October 27th. At the 2018 National […]