(Senate - July 20, 2011)

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[Page S4717]
From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office []

                          TRENT, SOUTH DAKOTA

 Mr. THUNE. Mr. President, today I recognize Trent, SD. The 
town of Trent will commemorate the 125th anniversary of its founding 
this year.
  Located in Moody County, Trent was originally a post office for the 
early settlers of eastern South Dakota. Trent was officially given its 
name with the arrival of the railroad in the late 19th century and soon 
after, many settlers migrated to the town from neighboring states as 
well as other areas throughout South Dakota. Today, the citizens of 
Trent are known for their commitment to growing the community and their 
local businesses.
  Trent has been a successful and thriving community for the past 125 
years, and I am confident that it will continue to serve as an example 
of South Dakota values and traditions. I would like to offer my 
congratulations to the citizens of Trent on this landmark date and wish 
them continued prosperity in the years to come.