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Missouri House passes .08 BAC amendment

House Republican Sam Gaskill and Senate Republican Morris Westfall are working to advance legislation that would reduce the Blood Alcohol Content per se limit from .10 to .08 of 1 percent of a person’s body weight. The latest victory in this battle comes with a favorable House vote of 95-47 on an amendment that would lower the limit.

by State Rep. David Klindt (3rd District, R-Bethany) — House Republican Sam

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Missouri’s I-35 set for May 1 opener

Track officials are hoping the third time will turn out to be the charm Saturday night for getting the auto racing season underway at Missouri’s I-35 Speedway.

Track officials are hoping the third time will turn out to be the charm Saturday night for getting the auto racing season underway at Missouri’s I-35 Speedway.

The weather foiled a second attempt Sunday afternoon to stage an United States Modified Touring Series

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Ag Development Fund loan program revisions

The Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Crop and Livestock Loan Program is changing from an interest rebate program to one that guarantees student agricultural project loans. The program has been established to rebate the interest paid on loans made to FFA and 4-H members for agricultural-related projects.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Crop and Livestock Loan Program is changing from an interest rebate program to one that guarantees student agricultural project

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Eighth grade girls win tournamnet

The Gallatin R-5 eighth grade girls basketball team took first place at the March Madness Tournament held at Chillicothe

The Gallatin R-5 eighth grade girls basketball team took first place at the March Madness Tournament held at Chillicothe, sponsored by the YMCA. Ten teams participated in the games. Team members are Kim Evans, Kamille Burrell, Kayli Burrell, Laura McCann, Jessica King, Jan Cook, Jamie Lunsford, Roxanne Davitt and Brooke Carder.

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Bretta Eales b. April 19, 1999

Steven and Susan Eales of Troy are proud to announce the birth of a daughter on April 19, 1999. The baby, who has been named Bretta, weighed 9 pounds, 11 ounces. She is welcomed home by her 5-year-old brother, Garrett.

Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hahn of St. Joseph. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Faroon Eales of St. Louis. Great-grandmothers are Etta Hahn of St. Joseph and

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Former R-2 student wins 1st in business competition

Lou Wyrick of Pattonsburg was one of five marketing/management technology students from the Boise State University College of Applied Technology who were among the first-place finishers at the 1999 Idaho Delta Epsilon Chi Career Development Conference.

Lou Wyrick of Pattonsburg was one of five marketing/management technology students from the Boise State University College of Applied Technology who were among the first-place finishers at the 1999 Idaho Delta Epsilon Chi Career

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Bottled water, pure drink or pure hype?

Who puts the fizz in “sparkling” water? Does bottled spring water really come from a spring? Who can bottle water?

by Karma Metzgar, Extension Specialist — You see them everywhere, people carrying bottles of water. Who puts the fizz in “sparkling” water? Does bottled spring water really come from a spring? Who can bottle water?

The Food and Drug administration says that bottled water must be safe, sanitary and meet

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Court of Honor held for Troop 167

The rank of Star Scout was conferred upon Brad Edwards. Receiving First Class Scout awards were Keith Ayres, Kenny Lee and D. Worthington. There were 31 merit badges awarded at the Court of Honor.

Boy Scout Troop 167 of Winston held a Court of Honor at the Winston United Methodist Church on April 25 to confer awards on scouts who have advanced in the program. The rank of Star Scout

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Buzz the Bee lights at Head Start

Buzz the Bee of the Daviess County Health Department visited Gallatin Head Start last Thursday, April 22. April is National Immunization Month.

Buzz the Bee of the Daviess County Health Department visited Gallatin Head Start last Thursday, April 22. April is National Immunization Month. Buzz told the students that “every little sting prevents bad things” and to “be wise — immunize.” Buzz has visited about 85 preschoolers in the county,

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