A Distracted Driver Simulator will be available to the public tomorrow (Tuesday) at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. The "hands-on" activity is intended to demonstrate the effects of driving while intoxicated, and texting while driving.
The Gene Kauffman Scholarship Foundation has awarded $116,000 in scholarships this semester to 37 female graduates of Princeton and North Mercer High School. Fourteen of those recipients are students at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.
Just 48 hours after their Lady Bulldogs teammates won a TEAM district title, Trenton seniors Jessica Tracy and Jaci Tracy won an INDIVIDUAL doubles district championship on Thursday afternoon at Chillicothe.
In keeping with the theme of honoring our military veterans at this year’s Missouri Day Festival, a display will honor the fallen heroes from Missouri. “Remembering Our Fallen” will be located in the Trenton High School Commons from Wednesday evening, October 17th through Sunday, October 21st.
Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation is asking the citizens of Trenton to be aware of the runners and walkers Saturday morning in the southern part of Trenton as they take part in a 5 K and 10 K event known as “The Wright Run.”
The City of Trenton has announced the appointment of Thomas “Tommy” Wright of Jefferson County, Missouri as the next Police Chief of Trenton. Wright was selected from over fifty applications submitted nationwide.
The PAR Broadcast group and corporate co-sponsor Clark's Furniture have teamed up for the second Annual Benefit Soiree scheduled Thursday night in Trenton. It will begin at 6:30 pm at McJ's on the Green (at Riverside Country Club).
The Missouri Broadcasters and Sportswriters Association has released its latest high school football rankings, with teams preparing for Week #7 of the season, this Friday night. To see the complete rankings, click on "read more":
Two squads hovering around the .500 mark battled for three sets on Monday night at Chillicothe High School, with the host Lady Hornets moving one game above the break-even mark with a 25-12, 19-25, 25-18 victory over the Trenton Lady Bulldogs.
The Trenton Middle School Bulldogs lost on Thursday night by a score of 22-8 at Milan. TMS failed to put points on the board until very late, with Spencer Harris scoring on a four yard run with 15 seconds to go in the fourth quarter. Christian Alcaraz ran the ball in for the two point conversion.
The Trenton Lady Bulldogs, behind the momentum of four straight singles victories (from Maria Stevenson, Megan Derry, Megan Sole, and Magie Steinhoff) beat arch-rival Chillicothe 5-3 on Tuesday afternoon in the Class 1, District 16 team championship match, contested Tuesday afternoon at Trenton High School.
No fewer than four contests are planned in the days leading up to opening ceremonies October 18th. You can details on each as well as a fund-raising auction; the annual car show and the marching band festival by reading further on this selection. Click on "read more"!
The rival Trenton Lady Bulldogs and Chillicothe Lady Hornets won semifinal challenges from Midland Empire Conference competition on Monday afternoon, advancing to the Class 1, District 16 championship match this (Tuesday) afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Brookfield Lady Dogs and Trenton Lady Bulldogs have advanced out of district play, with Brookfield finishing first and Trenton second in Monday's competition at the Kirksville Country Club. Brookfield's winning score was 432 with Trenton at 449. All five members of the top TWO teams, along with the OTHER top 10 scores individually, advance to sectionals next Monday, October 8th in Chillicothe.