Trenton Brewfest

“Brew Fest” and dog costume contest to be held in downtown Trenton on October 2

The next community event scheduled in downtown Trenton will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, and will include a dog costume contest hosted by Pet Central of Trenton. The event will begin at 2 pm at Sesquicentennial Park. There will be a Craft Beer Tasting event at 3 o’clock that day. Participants can sample […]

Trenton Downtown Improvement Association (TDIA)

Audio: Community leaders recognized at 30 year celebration of Trenton Downtown Improvement Association

After sharing some of the history of the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association, several awards were presented at the 30-year celebration for TDIA on May 21st. TDIA Board President Jackie Soptic recognized TDIA Charter Member Wendell Lenhart for his service to downtown and presented the President’s Award to Gary and Joyce Schuett for their volunteer work […]

Trenton Downtown Improvement Association (TDIA)

Audio: Trenton Downtown Improvement Association to celebrate 30th anniversary with Friday evening event

What’s being called a “block party” is scheduled Friday night to observe the 30th anniversary of the Trenton Downtown Improvement Association. Activities are scheduled outdoors in the 1,000 block of Main street downtown. The evening begins with music followed by dinner and the program. Megan Taul is the director for Trenton downtown improvement association:   […]

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Trenton Park Board addresses lengthy agenda including shelter house, stump removal and pool

The Trenton Park Board on March 3rd approved a bid for tree stump removal as well as actions involving the Van Meter shelter house and the swimming pool. The 2021-2022 budget was also reviewed. The approved stump removal bid was from Perkins Dozing of Jamesport for $200 per stump. Another bid was submitted from Custom […]

Seasons Greetings Christmas Lights

Audio: Five Points Alive helps brighten downtown Trenton with new Christmas lights

The community group, Five Points Alive, played a role in providing Christmas lights and decorations for the downtown Trenton vicinity. A spokesperson for the group, Cindy Jennings, recognized the work of Billy Wilson of Trenton who put up the energy-efficient Christmas lights.     Mrs. Jennings also recognized the work of Kathy Brewer and Venna […]

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Internet access installed at Sesquicentennial Park in downtown Trenton

Fiber optic internet access has been installed at the Sesquicentennial Park in Downtown Trenton. Main Street Trenton Executive Director Megan Taul reports the internet will only be available to the public during Downtown activities and events for now. There are future plans to have the free service available on a regular basis at the park. […]

Missouri Day Opening Ceremonies with Speaker Paul Cox

Opening Ceremony 2019: Doctor Paul Cox officially opens Missouri Day Festival

At the Missouri Day Festival opening ceremonies Thursday night, Trenton dentist Paul Cox discussed the family’s four generations of dentistry and praised the city of Trenton and it’s citizens.     After Doctor Forrest Curtis Cox came to Trenton, he was followed by Doctor Forrest Curtis Cox the second; Doctor Paul Cox; and now Doctor […]

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Report presented to Trenton Park Board on Trenton Family Aquatic Center

A report on the pool was given at the Trenton Park Board meeting Wednesday evening. Park Superintendent Jason Shuler reported a transformer blowing near Moberly Park, and a power surge caused electrical problems at the Trenton Family Aquatic Center Tuesday. He said the problem was fixed around 2:30 Tuesday afternoon which allowed the Bright Futures […]

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Audio: Trenton Downtown Christmas parade moved to December 14th

Trenton Downtown Christmas activities on Saturday evening held a lighting event at Sesquicentennial Park, however, scheduled outdoor entertainment was moved indoors because of rain. Several other activities were planned indoors in the downtown area and the parade was postponed until December 14th. After an opening prayer by the reverend, Steve Merrin and the turning on […]

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“Trenton Downtown Christmas” to feature parade and Christmas village

A parade will be held as one of the activities for Five Points Alive’s Trenton Downtown Christmas Saturday afternoon and evening, December 1st. ATVs, vintage cars, trucks, businesses, and others are invited to decorate entries and line up in front of Geyer Hall on Main Street at 4:50. Cindy Jennings with Five Points Alive says […]