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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.

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 moving traffic violations

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CIRCUIT COURT

Criminal case filed, and Law Day, July 20 – Judge Kenneth R. Lewis

Criminal case filed: State of Mo. vs. Mark A. Kortz, Ct. I – burglary 1st degree, class B felony; Ct. II – assault 2nd degree, class C felony.

Law Day, July 20 – Judge Kenneth R. Lewis

Michelle J. Smith plead guilty to the class C felony of child abuse. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered.

Terrance Allen

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SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

Reports and arrests made by the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department.

On July 25, William Berry of Bethany reported items missing from a car he had purchased in Jamesport. The missing items, valued at approximately $55, included a spare tire, carburetor cover, and radiator fan.

Cynthia J. McFadin, Lake Viking, reported harassment by her landlord on July 19.

Dacy Ray Watkins, 42, of Cameron was processed on July 20 on a

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COUNTY CLERK

The County Clerk’s office will be open until noon on Saturday, July 29 and Aug. 5.

COUNTY CLERK

The County Clerk’s office will be open until noon on Saturday, July 29 and Aug. 5, for absentee voting for the Aug. 8 Primary Election.

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County loses $1.3 million in utility company valuations

In Benton, Grand River, Jefferson, Marion and Salem Townships, 42.02 miles of line were traded with Farmers Electric Cooperative for lines in Linn and Carroll counties.

COUNTY COMMISSION

Following are approved minutes of July 17, 2000. All members were present.

The Clerk reported that following research of utility company valuations, the county lost $1,367,693 in valuation from Union Electric this year. In Benton, Grand River, Jefferson, Marion and Salem Townships,

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R-3 accepts bids for services

the regular meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education was held Monday, July 17, 2000, at Jameson.

Bids for services for the 2000-2001 school year were accepted during the regular meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education held Monday, July 17, 2000, at Jameson. Bids accepted included MFA Oil for propane, diesel fuel and heating oil; Anderson & Erickson for the delivery of milk; Cole Economy

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911 board meeting focuses on employee transition period

Daviess County Central Emergency Communication (911 Board) held their regular meeting June 23, 2000.

The treasurer’s report was given during the June 23, 2000, regular meeting of the Daviess County Central Emergency Communication (911 Board). The report showed a balance of $49,195.94 as of June 23. The following bills of $4,730.67 were presented: Place’s $108.15; Midwest Mobile $145.00; GTE 396.80; Community Health $867.18; Green Hills $171.77; SW Bell $1,684.27; Grand

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20th annual July Summer Festival at Jamesport

Step Back in Time July 28-30. The Livestock Show and Fair will be July 27-29.

The 20th Annual July Summer Festival and Flea Market will be held July 28-30 in the Festival Park in Jamesport.

The Livestock Show and Fair will be July 27-29. It will include beef, dairy, sheep, hogs, goats and horse exhibits, as well as children’s games, ice cream supper, FFA barbecue, baby show and parade. For

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Carders celebrate 40th wedding anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carder will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Aug. 5, 2000. They were married on that date in 1960 by Rev. Orval Hamman at the Gallatin First Baptist Church. The Carders are the parents of four children, Tamera Jones, Timothy Carder, Tonia Beck, all of Gallatin, and Titus Carder, deceased; and seven grandchildren. They are planning a trip to Colorado to celebrate the occasion. [Submitted Photo]

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