Colonel W.B. Rogers took charge of the Trenton Grand River Republican on September 2, 1869. One of the “most influential weeklies of northern Missouri,” the Republican was “constantly improving, wide-awake, and up with the spirit of the times."
According to the History of Grundy County (1881): “In 1873, the high standing of the Republican caused it to be selected by the State Department at Washington D.C. as one of the two papers in the State of Missouri to publish the laws and treaties of the United States, an honor which speaks well of the Republican.”
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