The annual Christmas tea will be held on Saturday, Dec. 11. Cost is $7.50 at the door. Seating for 100 women.
The results of a survey for the need for day care services were reported at the monthly meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education.
Elementary Principal Rolinda Ford presented the result of a survey to determine the need for day care services to the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education during their regular meeting held Nov. 11. There were only six positive returns and it appeared there would
The Gallatin Rotarians have adopted five families for Thanksgiving, to assure they will have a complete holiday meal with all the trimmings.
Over the last several years the Gallatin Rotary Club has worked with the Green Hills Community Action Agency to provide an area family with a Thanksgiving Day dinner, complete with all the trimmings.
T his year the Rotary Club expanded the “Adopt A Family for Thanksgiving” program by
Gene Walker, superintendent of the Pattonsburg R-2 School District, has tendered his resignation effective June 30.
Superintendent Gene Walker presented his resignation to the Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education during their regular session on Nov. 15. The resignation will take effect at the end of Mr. Walker’s current contract on June 30, 2000. The resignation was accepted by a vote of 4-2.
In a letter of resignation Mr. Walker cited
Premium Standard Farms has completed an element of its Environment 2000 Pledge. Construction of air dams was begun recently on one of his hog farms in Daviess County.
Premium Standard Farms has completed a key element of its Environment 2000 Pledge. The company promised to construct 200 air dams as part of its commitment to address odor challenges. Construction of the 199th and 200th air dams started this week on
A workshop to consider wastewater options for small communities will be held in Trneton soon.
The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission will be co-sponsoring a workshop to be held Dec. 9 at the Gables Restaurant, 3915 Oklahoma Avenue, Trenton, entitled “Assessing Wastewater Options for Small Communities.”
The workshop will be taught by a representative of the Saint Louis University School of Public Health (Chris King) and will feature the following
Gallatin High School FCCLA members recently attended a national leadership conference in Texas.
Youth from the Gallatin R-5 chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) recently participated in a weekend leadership training conference held Nov. 12-14 in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Attendees participated in a weekend of workshops and sessions that challenged, informed and motivated members and their advisers to learn more about “Leadership for Tomorrow” through FCCLA.
North Missourian editor Darryl Wilkinson shares thoughts on one of the most American of holidays.
by Darryl Wilkinson
Thanksgiving is my favorite of holidays for several reasons.
First and foremost, its a religious holiday honoring God. There is no controversy about the reason for its origin. It’s significance is not camouflaged by secular motives, such as during the Christmas season. We each make a moral choice, to be or not
Gallatin’s efforts to refinance its municipal natural gas system through a state agency may be facing difficulty.
Gallatin’s effort to refinance its municipal natural gas system through a state agency may be facing difficulty.
At the Nov. 22 meeting of the Gallatin board of aldermen, administrator Jason Helton presented a update following a meeting of the Missouri Development Finance Board. Though no formal action was taken for or against Gallatin’s
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