Marching Festival Oak Grove Awards

Missouri Day Marching Festival’s sweepstakes award presented to the Oak Grove Marching Band

The 24th Annual Missouri Day Marching Festival’s sweepstakes award has been presented to the Oak Grove Marching Band. Marching Festival Committee Representative Steve Maxey presented the Buddy and Karla Hannaford Sweepstakes Award to Oak Grove Director Nathan Long and members of the Panther Pride band. Oak Grove also received four Class Four awards: first in […]

Trenton man elected to Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri Board of Directors

The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri announced the election of a rural Trenton man to their Board of Directors. Phillip Ray was elected to the Board during the Annual Meeting of the Community Foundation Board last week; he joins 24 other community leaders from throughout North Missouri on the Board. A graduate of Trenton High […]

Audio: Trenton’s first parade of the year, the “Trenton Christmas Parade,” rolls through downtown on Friday

The first parade of the year in Trenton will be held on December 4th. Various entries will begin lining up at the Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri at 5:30 that evening. The parade will start at 6 o’clock. Cindy Jennings with Five Points Alive says the route will go past East View Manor, Bristol Manor, […]

Trenton High School

Trenton High School Marching Band places second and third at competition in Kahoka

The Trenton High School marching band placed second in parade and third in field show competitions on Saturday in Kahoka during the 29th annual Clark County Parade of Champions. Wright City and Central Lee High School of Iowa were the other schools competing in the 3A division. There were no indoor drumline or color guard […]

Princeton in Mercer County Missouri

Princeton City Council approves contracts for Calamity Jane Days

The Princeton City Council the evening of Thursday, September 10th approved service contracts for the Princeton Chamber of Commerce for Calamity Jane Days September 18th through 20th. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports the service contracts included $500 for the marching band, $400 for football team karaoke, $400 for the Shoot-Out Gang, $200 for the […]

2016 Missouri Day Parade

With Missouri Day Marching Festival to be held virtually, Missouri Day Festival Parade has been canceled

Due to concerns with the recent increase of positive COVID-19 cases in Grundy county, and the announcement the Marching Band Festival will be held virtually rather than live, the Trenton Rotary Club has announced it has canceled the Missouri Day Festival Parade. Parade Committee Co-chairman Brian Upton said that until recently, the club had been […]

Missouri Day Festival

Officials release statement on Missouri Days Marching Festival

Officials of the Missouri Days Marching Festival today released a statement regarding plans for the upcoming Marching Band Festival. “2020 has proven difficult to plan anything. While there are many unknowns, we are continually planning for the 2020 Missouri Days Marching Festival. This festival has always put students first. 2020 is nothing different. We fully […]

Scholarship

THS graduate recipient of Julia Louise Williams Key Welborn Memorial Scholarship

The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri has announced a 2020 Trenton High School graduate is the first recipient of the Julia Louise Williams Key Welborn Memorial Scholarship. Kendall Crowley plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University, major in Business Administration, and participate on the Bearcat Track Team. During her time at THS, she participated in […]

Chad Thornsberry Website

Audio: Comedian Chad Thornsberry to perform Saturday night in fundraiser at Trenton High School

Comedian Chad Thornsberry of Crocker, Missouri performs Saturday night in a fundraiser at Trenton High School to support the Golden Bulldog Marching Band with an out of state trip. While Thornsberry’s career has spanned 13 to 14 years, he tells KTTN about comedians he admires the most and whether he tries to emulate them.   […]