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2015 Tax Sale Notice

Daviess County publishes the 2015 Tax Sale Notice, describing lots and lands for delinquent taxes to be sold Aug. 24 at the county courthouse in Gallatin. Click here to see the listings: Tax Sale Notice

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Card party for Frances Brewer

Frances Brewer will be 90 on May 6. Cards may be sent to her at 19329 240th St., Jameson, MO 64647.

Frances Brewer will be 90 on May 6. Cards may be sent to her at 19329 240th St., Jameson, MO 64647. Mrs. Brewer has one daughter, Leota Snyder, three grandchildren, four step- grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, nine step-great-grandchildren, and four step-great-great- grandchildren.

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Clear Creek Bridge tops commission’s news

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, met with the commission reporting that work on the Clear Creek Bridge bypass is proceeding as weather permits.

COUNTY COMMISSION

Following are approved minutes of April 19. All members were present.

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, met with the commission reporting that work on the Clear Creek Bridge bypass is proceeding as weather permits.

An order to proceed was issued for the delivery of CART rock in

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Boy Scouts prepare BBQ meal

The Boy Scouts of Troop 67 are preparing a fund-raising dinner to be served from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, at the Gallatin Lions Club Community Building.

The Boy Scouts of Troop 67 are preparing a fund-raising dinner to be served from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, at the Gallatin Lions Club Community Building. The menu will consist of barbecued beef, baked potato, vegetable, roll and drink.

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A pox on MoDOT’S frequent flyers

Airplanes continue to be a hot topic in the state capitol and MoDOT is beginning to feel the heat from the public’s outrage at their misuse of gas tax revenue to support their extravagance.

by State Rep. David Klindt (3rd District, R-Bethany) — Airplanes continue to be a hot topic in the state capitol and MoDOT is beginning to feel the heat from the public’s outrage at their misuse of

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Why grammar is important…

A recent telephone conversation with a Pattonsburg school board candidate underscores a point every newspaper editor knows: People’s interpretations of the written word are often contrary to intent.

A recent telephone conversation with a Pattonsburg school board candidate underscores a point every newspaper editor knows: People’s interpretations of the written word are often contrary to intent.

Recently an editor’s note was attached to a reprinted article. The intent was to

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How many lawyers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Cecil Caulkins, director of education for the Missouri Bar, was quoted as saying lawyers want to be prepared to help farmers with their legal questions, “…particularly as they determine whether they want to stay in farming.”

by Denny Banister — Are lawyer jokes still in? I really don’t know since I don’t like many jokes I hear, I don’t remember most of the jokes I like, and I’m lousy at

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Missouriana

Congressional Democrats, after a majority voted against the Gulf War, now offer the excuse that Persian Gulf oil is not as vital to the national interest as Belgrade caviar

— Americans seem uncertain about the proper strategies to use in Yugoslavia but recommend Clinton carefully read Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 speech “Victory in Vietnam in 1965.”

— Looking on the bright side, at least most of us now know that Kosovo

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What’s out of control here?

I began searching several statistical studies that would hopefully shed a little light on what caused the two trench-coated kids in Colorado to make waste of a perfectly good school that was populated for the most party by perfectly good young boys and girls. It didn’t take long to find some of the answers.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr. — The day following the horrible school-shooting disaster near Denver, one of

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FFA Field Day to be hosted by PSF

Approximately 200 FFA members from 17 area schools in north Missouri and south central Iowa are expected to attend Premium Standard Farms’ FFA Field Day at Princeton on April 28.

Approximately 200 FFA members from 17 area schools in north Missouri and south central Iowa are expected to attend Premium Standard Farms’ FFA Field Day at Princeton on April 28. Studetns will get a close-up look at PSF’s sow and

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