Green Hills Animal Shelter website

Green Hills Animal Shelter raises $5,300 at annual chocolate event

Fifty-three hundred dollars were raised for the Green Hills Animal Shelter of Trenton at the Seventh Annual Take a Walk in Chocolate Heaven last (Tuesday) evening. More than 40 chocolate tasting items were featured, and winners were announced in two divisions. The grand prize winner for the Adult Division was the Trenton High School’s Black […]

Trenton Water Treatment Plant

Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant to make temporary changes to water disinfection

Beginning September 30, 2019, the Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant will begin utilizing free chlorine, or a free chlorine conversion, in its water system. This procedure entails feeding free chlorine, instead of chloramines (chlorine combined with ammonia), as the disinfectant into the water leaving the Water Treatment Plant. This will affect customers of Trenton […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council adopts three ordinances, accepts four bids

Three ordinances were adopted and four bids were accepted during Monday nights meeting of the Trenton City Council. All votes were unanimous among the 8 members. Boone Construction Company of Columbia received formal approval for the 17th Street Bridge replacement project. The company is to be paid $2,339,736.00. Funding comes from the city of Trenton […]

NCMC Upward Bound Summer 2019 Color Run

NCMC Upward Bound students participate in Summer program

North Central Missouri College Upward Bound (UB) high school students from Trenton, Galt, Hamilton, Gallatin, Chillicothe, and Jamesport recently spent five weeks on the NCMC campus participating in academically and culturally enhancing activities through the UB Summer Component. Upward Bound is a college-prep program designed to assist participants in their preparation for college through academic, […]

Trenton Water Treatment Plant

Trenton Municipal Utilities to begin disinfection of water supply

The Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant will begin utilizing free chlorine, or a free chlorine burnout, in its water system April 24th. The process entails feeding free chlorine, instead of chloramines, as the disinfectant leaving the water treatment plant and will last for four to six weeks. It will affect customers of TMU, Grundy […]