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2014 Tax Sale Notice

The Daviess County Collector of Revenue announces properties for sale due to unpaid taxes.

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Robert L. Duncan, 43, 1605 Tower St., pleaded guilty, pursuant to a plea agreement to failing to dim his lights when within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle and was fined $10.50 and $44.50 costs.

Judge Steven D. Hudson

Robert L. Duncan, 43, 1605 Tower St., pleaded guilty, pursuant to a plea agreement to failing to dim his lights when within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle and was fined

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School-to-Work meeting set March 31

A spring meeting to involve school districts, businesses, parents, educators and labor in partnership has been scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 31, at the vocational school. Local School-to-Work activities in the area will be discussed and evaluated for their effectiveness.

Schools at Gallatin, Pattonsburg, Winston and Jameson are observing March as School-to-Work Month as proclaimed by Gov. Mel Carnahan. Local participation is coordinated through North

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Essay winners honored at VFW banquet

Essay winners in the 52nd Annual Voice of Democracy contest were honored Thursday during an evening banquet at Lions Community Center in Gallatin by the sponsoring Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2172.

Essay winners in the 52nd Annual Voice of Democracy contest were honored Thursday during an evening banquet at Lions Community Center in Gallatin by the sponsoring Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2172. This year’s theme was “My Service

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Plaque awarded to Winston R-6

The March 17 meeting of the Winston School Board began with the presentation of a plaque to the Board of Education by Duke Worthington of Chillicothe, representing the Missouri School Boards Association.

The March 17 meeting of the Winston School Board began with the presentation of a plaque to the Board of Education by Duke Worthington of Chillicothe, representing the Missouri School Boards Association. The award is an effort by

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Soybean producers want to add value from the field to the customer

An innovative group of Northwest Missouri soybean producers joined forces on March 22 in Chillicothe to develop a plan for their future. A new generation cooperative may be formed to allow producers to control their product from the field to the customer.

An innovative group of Northwest Missouri soybean producers joined forces on March 22 in Chillicothe to develop a plan for their future. A new generation cooperative may be

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Write-in candidates for the April 6 election

Here’s a look at write-in candidates in Daviess County for Jamesport, Winston, Coffey, Altamont, Washington Twp., PWSD#2

Write-in candidates for the April 6, 1999, election are as follows: City of Jamesport — J.L. Eckelberry for mayor; Village of Winston — Terry “Ted” V. Caldwell for Board of Trustees; City of Coffey — David Dube and Don “Bud” Pottorff, both for South Ward Alderman; Washington Township — Douglas Reed for Trustee

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Refinancing Gallatin’s gas system underway

City Administrator Jason Helton presented a preliminary analysis on the refinancing of the natural gas certificates of participation to the Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting on March 22.

City Administrator Jason Helton presented a preliminary analysis on the refinancing of the natural gas certificates of participation to the Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting on March 22.

The review, prepared by the firm of Edward Jones in

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Wood, McCrary engagement announced

Donald and Linda Wood of Des Moines are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Lynn, to Alan Dean McCrary of Jameson. Alan is the son of Cecil and Mary McCrary.

Donald and Linda Wood of Des Moines are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Lynn, to Alan Dean McCrary of Jameson. Alan is the son of Cecil and Mary McCrary.

The future bride is

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FBLA students to continue on to state

Gallatin R-5 FBLA students Shannon Batson, Kelly Waterbury, Allison Spidle, Jon Culver and Jordan Elbert were the top performers in written and performing events at District FBLA contest held recently. The students will continue on to state competition at Columbia, April 19-20.

Gallatin R-5 FBLA students Shannon Batson, Kelly Waterbury, Allison Spidle, Jon Culver and Jordan Elbert were the top performers in written and performing events at District FBLA contest

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