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Circuit Court

Clarification of Identity: Tammy Sue Curtis was named as a defendant in the Circuit Court cases reported in last week’s newspaper, She is not to be confused with Tammy Sue (Lollar) Curtis, who operates a daycare center in Gallatin.

In State of Missouri vs. William A. Asher, heard Oct. 24 by Judge Barbara Lame, the defendant was sentenced to five years in the Department of Corrections, with 120-day callback and

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Bond approved for collectors; CART deliveries questioned

Daviess County Commission

The commission approved the bond amounts for the township collectors for the next two years.

Andrade Adelfino, Williams Pipeline, met with the commission delivering information regarding the location and hazardous material information needed for the emergency response committee.

Board of Equalization changes were finalized.

Larry Belshe, Central Dispatch Committee, met with the commission to discuss heat in the office. He was referred to Bob Griggs, as he

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Sheriff’s Department

Gilbert Parker of Gallatin, 37, was charged Oct. 25 with the Class D felony of driving without a valid license (3rd offense). He posted $5,000 bond.

A 38-year-old Pattonsburg man was arrested Oct. 31 for the Class A misdemeanor of domestic assault, third degree. He posted $1,000 bond.

A 34-year-old Liberty woman was arrested Oct. 27 on a probation warrant for child endangerment, bad checks and possession of drugs. She

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Open your eyes to instances of domestic violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is the time that we harvest and make ready for a snowy slumber. It is the time to pack the pantry and prepare for the pending winter. The weather is shifting to the cooler. The leaves are turning and falling to the ground. The corn is nearly all cut and put away. The beans are staying with

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MoDOT to hold public meeting in Gallatin

4-7 p.m., Nov. 1, at the Gallatin R-V Elementary school

The Missouri Department of Transportation is holding a meeting to discuss upcoming projects on Route 6 in Daviess County from 4-7 p.m., Nov. 1, at the Gallatin R-V Elementary school. The proposed work includes realignment to replace to the bridges over Muddy Creek Channel, Muddy Creek and Brush Creek.

The work also includes roadway improvements on Route 6 to include

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A wild timber wolf was killed by landowner on mistaken identity

North of Trenton in Grundy County

A wild timber wolf — a member of a species long ago considered extinct in Missouri — was killed Tuesday evening, Oct. 23, in a rural area of Grundy County, north of Trenton. An archery hunter, who prefers to remain anonymous, returning home from his deer stand saw what he considered to be a “big coyote looking into his sheep lot.” With the dog-like

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ATTENTION VETERANS!

Breakfast at Kathy’s Place Restaurant, Gallatin, in honor of Veterans Day at 7 a.m. on Nov. 10

American Legion Post #68 and VFW Post #2172 invite any and all veterans who served their country to have breakfast at Kathy’s Place Restaurant in honor of Veterans Day at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10. Col. Dennis Heldenbrand will present some WWII veterans their Missouri State Medal honoring those veterans from Missouri

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New retailer prepares for opening

Dollar General to employ up to 25

The Dollar General Store in Gallatin will be holding interviews for both part-time and permanent positions between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2, according to Area Manager Rosa Lambert.

Temporary positions will be available for a set up crew to unload fixtures and equipment for the inside of the store, then stock shelves with merchandise as it arrives. Work is

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Charitable deduction needed now more than ever

Capital Eye by Randi Bjornstad

Capital Eye by Randi Bjornstad

If there’s one thing people in this country can feel proud about, not only in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks but also following any kind of tragedy you can name, it’s the response — from tears and hugs to clothing, food and money — that comes pouring forth to help anyone less fortunate than themselves.

It’s even

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