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Ballot choices may entice a good voter turnout Tuesday

Proposition A & B

Next Tuesday Daviess County voters have an opportunity to participate in the August Primary Election. Chief election official and County Clerk Linda Steward predicts a good voter turnout, perhaps as much as 50 percent. Two statutory measures command particular attention as special election issues — proposed taxes for enhanced 911 and for highways.

PROPOSITION A

This proposal would allow a fee of up to 50 cents

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Land Transfers

Quit Claim Deeds

Lake Viking lot #2506 from Jeffery and Pamela Crain, Wesley and Susan Phillips, and Deborah D. Latimer to Glenn and Annie Miller; tract in Marion Township from Roger and Tonja Billings to The Church of Jesus Christ in Zion; Lake Viking lot #3134 from Viking Valley Association to Darin and Deborah Walters.

Successor Trustee’s Deed

Partial lots in Gallatin from Myra Jan Stout, successor trustee for Deanna

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Iowa man fatally injured while changing a car tire

July 29

An Iowa man was fatally injured when he was struck while checking a tire on I-35 in Daviess County, according to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol. Jacin Powers, 30, of Des Moines, Iowa, was pronounced dead at the scene by Daviess County Sheriff Kevin Heldenbrand.

The accident occurred at about 9:45 a.m. on Monday, July 29, as Mr. Powers had parked his 1993 Chevrolet on the

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A look into the world of livestock exports

During Daviess County Farm Bureau held July 25

A glimpse into the world of livestock exporting was presented during the annual meeting of Daviess County Farm Bureau held July 25 in Gallatin. Guest speaker Tony Clayton, president of Clayton Agri-Marketing, Inc., discussed opportunities and obstacles in the industry while sharing insight on ways international circumstances affect local markets.

Clayton’s approach to international business is much like how you’d approach local

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Meal prices, activity fee increased at Winston R-6

The Winston R-6 Board of Education voted to increase the cost of breakfast from 85 cents to $1 for elementary, high school and adults, during their regular July meeting. Elementary lunch prices went from $1.50 to $1.75; from $1.75 to $2 for the high school; and from $2 to $2.25 for adults.

The activity fee increased from two to three dollars for adults; and from one to two dollars for

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Area Youth Benefit Fund to notch 10th year

AYBF will celebrate its 10th birthday on Aug. 18-19 with a banquet/auction and golf

Farmers’ Electric’s Area Youth Benefit Fund (AYBF) will celebrate its 10th birthday on Aug. 18-19 with a banquet/auction and golf tournament. Tickets are now on sale for the AYBF dinner/auction. The annual fund raising event will be held Sunday, Aug. 18, at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge.

FEC established the Area Youth Benefit Fund for the purpose

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Ballot choices may entice a good voter turnout

Proposition A & B

Next Tuesday Daviess County voters have an opportunity to participate in the August Primary Election. Chief election official and County Clerk Linda Steward predicts a good voter turnout, perhaps as much as 50 percent. Two statutory measures command particular attention as special election issues — proposed taxes for enhanced 911 and for highways.

PROPOSITION A

This proposal would allow a fee of up to 50 cents

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To ‘B’ or not to ‘B’ on Tuesday

by Darryl Wilkinson

by Darryl Wilkinson

I want to vote “No” on Proposition B. I really do. Despite what I see.

It is obvious we need to spend more on our roads and bridges. I understand Missouri will get at least $75 million less in transportation dollars from the federal government in the upcoming fiscal year.

I know Daviess County expects to get about $148,000 in new revenue if Proposition

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Post Scripts: Why are prices at home higher?

by Joe Snyder

Nearly every person in the United States has had to purchase prescription drugs at one time or another during their lifetime. What I don’t understand, despite millions of complaints, is why a person can cross the northern border of America into Canada, or travel south into Mexico, and purchase the same medications at a cheaper price than they can be purchased in the 48 states.

This matter

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