May 8 — 7 p.m
Gallatin High School gymnasium
To recognize spring sport athletes, coaches, sponsors, managers, statisticians, etc.
All food and refreshments provided by Booster Club
Following are approved minutes of April 17.
Following are approved minutes of April 17. All members were present.
Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, and James Lewis, foreman, met with the commission reporting that they are ready to set the I-beams on the bridge in Washington Township.
Alvan Smith, Union Township, met with the commission regarding the township’s storage lot used by the county. The county road and
In memory of Alvan Berry
Searcy Elementary fourth graders presented Mary Berry with a memorial book, Missouri Indians in honor of her late husband, Alvan, on Thursday, April 20, at the Daviess County Library. Mrs. Berry’s great-great-grandson, Logan Martin, is pictured presenting her with the book. The students wished to recognize Mr. Berry, who displayed his collection of Indian artifacts for the children to enjoy at the school during Missouri
Donations are still being accepted for the Gallatin R-5 prom lock-in scheduled for May 6.
Promenade – line up at 7:15 p.m.
Promenade – 7:30 p.m. (Come to see all the Prom splendor)
Dance – 8:00 p.m.
Lock-in begins – Midnight
Donations are still being accepted for the Gallatin R-5 prom lock-in scheduled for May 6. Volunteers are also needed. The lock-in is expected to be one of the best
By Jack Stapleton, Jr.
By Jack Stapleton, Jr.
I wish everyone could read the current issue of “State & Local Source Book 2000.” This publication, now in its sixth year, keeps tab on expenditures for essential services of all 50 states. It ranks states in terms of per capita investment in such critical fields as education, social services, health, public safety, corrections and technology progress. The annual report also takes
Burglary and property damage reported in two separate incidents.
Natha McAllister of K&K Printing, Jamesport, reported burglary of the business between April 23-24. Items missing included $10 in coin, $20 in currency and a chrome flashlight.
Brenda Tracy, Kidder, reported property damage on April 23 when her mailbox was destroyed sometime during the night.
Victoria Uthe, 32, of Ferdinand, Ind., was processed April 20 on an Aug. 12,
Criminal and Civil cases filed.
Criminal cases filed: State of Mo. vs. Linda Fewins-Vincent, possession of controlled substance, class C felony; State of Mo. vs. Lawrence Bayless, failure to return rented personal property, class C felony.
Civil cases filed: Timothy M. Palmer and Amy L. Palmer, Co-Petitioners, dissolution of marriage; Larry L. Page vs. Marsha Page, dissolution of marriage; James Kevin Williams vs. Christina Williams, dissolution of marriage;
Defendants who appeared and were found guilty in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County are listed below with the offense and fine assessed.
ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT
Defendants who appeared and were found guilty in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County are listed below with the offense and fine assessed. Additionally, court costs collected for the State of Missouri amount to $54.50 for
Warranty Deeds, Beneficiary Deeds, Quitclaim Deeds, and Trustee’s Deed Under Active Trust.
Tract in Harrison Township from Clifford B. Hargrave to Monte G. McDowell, Trustee of the Monte G. McDowell Trust dated Jan. 20, 2000; tract in Harrison Township from Gale Hargrave and Brenda Hargrave to Monte G. McDowell, Trustee of the Monte G. McDowell Trust dated Jan. 20, 2000;
Tract in Marion Township from Marvin
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