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Missouri and Texas Attorney Generals prevail at Supreme Court in “Remain in Mexico” Case

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and the Texas Attorney General’s Office have prevailed over the Biden Administration for a 3rd time in their lawsuit over the “Remain in Mexico” policy as the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Missouri and Texas in a 6-3 denial of the Department of Justice’s appeal for an emergency stay. […]

Audio: Parson responds to Chicago travel restrictions on Missouri; says Missouri is not in COVID-19 crisis mode

Chicago has reinstated its COVID-19 travel order for Missouri. The windy city is requiring any unvaccinated people traveling from Missouri to get a negative coronavirus test result no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Chicago or quarantine for a 10-day period upon arrival. During an event Tuesday in Jefferson City, Governor Parson weighed […]

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Trenton High School Alumni Association Scholarship application now available

Applications for the Trenton High School Alumni Association Scholarship are now available in the THS Counselor’s office. The $300.00 scholarship will be awarded at the conclusion of the current school year and may be used for tuition, books, fees, or college housing at any college, university, or technical school. It is a one-time award payable […]

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Plans developing for 2021 Trenton High School Alumni Reunion

“Plans for the 2021 Trenton High School Alumni Reunion Week-end are off and running,” said Alumni Association Secretary Steve Maxey following a planning meeting held on Sunday, November 8, 2020, in Trenton. “Despite the cancellation of many of the 2020 reunions, lots of graduating classes are planning to host reunions in 2021 to coincide with […]

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Patrol announces written testing for CDL applicants

Missouri State Highway Patrol Superintendent Colonel Eric Olson has announced written knowledge testing will be provided for commercial driver license applicants with essential needs beginning today (Monday) The CDL written tests will be limited to specific testing locations statewide. A spokesperson says one of the CDL written testing locations to be open will be at […]

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Scholarship for THS graduate reinstated and to be awarded this year

The Trenton High School Alumni Association and Foundation Trust for THS announce the revival of a scholarship for a Trenton High graduate. As a result of recent donations by individuals, classes, and memorials, a scholarship for a Trenton High School graduate has been reinstated and will be awarded beginning with this year’s senior class. Applications […]

Missouri Department of Conservation reduces size of CWD management zone

The Missouri Department of Conservation announces it has reduced the number of counties in its management zone for chronic wasting disease (CWD) from 48 to 29 starting in July. Changes to the CWD Management Zone will impact restrictions on feeding deer, antler-point restrictions, antlerless permits for some counties, and mandatory CWD sampling. The 29 counties […]

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Missouri Soil and Water Districts Commission aids agriculture community facing drought

The Missouri Soil and Water Districts Commission has approved the following five actions in response to Governor Parson’s Executive Order 18-05 Drought Alert: Require soil and water conservation districts to move landowners completing the drought practices listed below to the top of waiting lists. Defer the Grazing School Requirement for 12 months after contract approval […]