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MC+ is for kids

The Daviess County Health Department offers information about the MC+ for Kids program.

Q. What is MC+ for Kids?

A. MC+ for Kids, part of the federal Children’s Health Insurance Program, is a health insurance program for uninsured children of low-income families who do not have access to affordable health insurance.

Q. Who is eligible?

A. Approximately 90,000 uninsured Missouri children are believed to be eligible for MC+ for Kids.

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WIC is 25

Th 25th anniversary of the Womens, Infants and Children’s program is observed this year

The Missouri Department of Health held the WIC Biennial Conference Oct. 27-29 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach. There were over 700 attending this special celebration. Among those attending from the Daviess County WIC program were Sherri Carder, WIC Coordinator; Jackie Nichols, LPN-HPA; and Lana Tuner, nutrition educator.

Mrs. Carder was excited to be chosen as a

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EQIP available

Teh Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is available now to farmers.

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The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) was established in the 1996 Farm Bill to assist farmers to improve the quality of our natural resources.

EQIP is available to anyone who is involved in livestock or agriculture production. Assistance is provided through incentives and cost share towards the implementation of practices that

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Inducted into honor society

Amy Sullenger was inducted into a nursing honor society at William Jewell College.

Amy Sullenger, daughter of John and Mary Sullenger and a senior nursing major at William Jewell College, was inducted into the nursing honor society Sigma Theta Tau International.

The society recognizes superior achievement and scholarship as well as leadership qualities, fosters high professional standards, encourages creative work and strengthens commitment to the ideals and purposes of the

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R-6 Board discusses bond issue

Members of the Winston R-6 Board of Education discussed a resolution for a bond issue at the most recent of the board.

The Winston R-6 Board of Education met in regular session Dec. 15 in the school cafeteria. Board members present were Roger Barker, Gary Caldwell, Wayne Uthe, Chretta Mastin and Clyde Edwards. Absent were board members Hope Becerra and Bob Clark.

The board approved payment of bills totaling $141,720.07.

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Gilman students tour KC schools

Juniors and seniors of Harrison County R-4 at Gilman City school recently visited colleges in Kansas City.

On Nov. 18, the juniors and seniors from the Harrison County R-4 School at Gilman City were hosted by the Kansas City Metro Community Colleges. The students’ day began with a tour of the Business and Technology Center which was opened in 1995 to meet the educational and

training needs of Kansas City

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Sen. Sam Graves’s report

Missouri State Senator Graves (R-Tarkio)offers thoughts on the holiday season.

by State Senator Sam Graves

The holiday season is many things to many people. For a lot of folks, especially those of us fortunate enough to live in the country where traditional values are still strong, the holidays bring our families even closer together. While some parts of our nation seem to have gotten closer to the commercial sales side

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Rep. Klindt’s report

Missouri State Representative David Klindt(R-Bethany) shares information about “Show Me Y2K.”

by State Rep. David Klindt

Late last month, five hundred people in Philadelphia received notices to report for jury duty on January 3, 1900. Computer glitches like this illustrate how pervasive a problem Y2K could be. Senator Robert Bennett of Utah, the chairman of the Senate committee on Y2K, spoke about the country’s Y2K preparedness status in St. Louis

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Missouriana

Quips and quirks of the Show-Me State.

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by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

* If Gov. George W. Bush wants to shed the dummy image, he should adopt George Senior’s strategy and name Dan Quayle his running mate.

* Hillary moves out of the White House, confirming the suspicion she prefers spending her future with the Senate Majority Leader rather than the president of the United States.

* Missourians

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