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  • Trenton police arrest hit-and-run driver in swimming pool parking lot
    A hit-and-run driver was apprehended in the parking lot of Trenton’s municipal swimming pool Monday afternoon, after leading a local resident on a low-speed chase through Trenton’s east end.
  • Trenton police sergeant Ryan Weh has announced his plans to retire from the Trenton Police Department after 13 years of service. He will work his last shift on Sunday, July 29.
  • New Baden’s village board deferred on Monday a claim from Francis “Bud” Rakers to pay his bills related to a sewer back-up in the basement of his home. Rakers has submitted a total of $15,000 or so to the village and asked them to pay for damages caused, it is now understood, by tree roots that infiltrated the village’s sewer main line.
  • Trenton’s city council will request the presence of HMG Engineers at a future meeting to explain malfunctions at the new wastewater treatment plant and describe their plans to correct them.
  • A contingent of representatives from the fledgling Trenton Development Group visited Trenton’s city council chambers Monday night to ask the council to give Trenton voters the chance to express their opinion about the future of the former Trenton VFW property.
  • Honored Miler
    WESCLIN GRADUATE REISS WEGMAN was honored
  • Trenton dentist Bethel Buerk, D. M. D., will leave July 21 for another tour of service with the Jamaica Dental Mission, which seeks to develop structured and functional preventive oral health programs for children and adults in Jamaica
  • Clinton County Relay For Life meets Wednesday
    The 2018 Clinton County  Relay for Life American Cancer Society fundraiser is less than a month away, and organizers will have the next team meeting on Wednesday,  July 11, 6 p. m. at Central  High School in Breese. Anyone who would like to learn more about Relay for Life is invited to attend.
  • Many advances have been made in the diagnosis  and treatment of cancer.  Yet sadly, many cancer survivors, after surviving their disease, are unable to return to their pre-cancer lifestyle due to lingering effects of the disease and treatment.
  • WASHINGTON – What do you get when 71 students from 27 Illinois electric and telephone cooperatives join more than 1,800 of their peers across the United States? You get the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Youth to Washington Tour.
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