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Family Daze: Do we really need ‘speed’ reading?

by Debbie Farmer

This may surprise and shock you, but the other day, as I was barreling down the freeway at exactly the legal speed limit, I passed a motorist who had a book on his lap and was reading as if he were in the study section of the local library.

Of course, as a parent and teacher, I’ve always been a big advocate of literacy in any type

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Partnerships make $2.9 million sewer project a reality in Gallatin, work to start this July

Gallatin celebrated Earth Day in a big way

Gallatin celebrated Earth Day in a big way April 22 when officials from local, regional, state and federal governments participated in a $2,554,000 mock check presentation which marks the official start of the city’s sewer improvement project.

Curtis Anderson, Deputy Administrator for the Rural Development Rural Utilities Services, presented the check to Mayor John Thomas at a meeting held at the Dockery

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Two from Gallatin FBLA to nationals; six place at state

Keira Story will serve as the President of the Missouri Parliamentary Procedure Team and Jonathan Arnold will compete in Intro to Parli Pro

Six delegates of the Gallatin Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter received recognition at the state level and two will continue on to national competition after attending the 2004 Missouri FBLA Leadership Conference held on April 18, 19, and 20 in Columbia.

Keira Story will serve

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Digital cable coming to Gallatin in May

High Speed Internet Services and Digital cable are widely sweeping the nation — delivering vastly improved Internet surfing options and a larger selection of channels with the same advantages as basic cable service. Beginning in May, Galaxy Cablevision will begin offering these new services to Gallatin.

The new digital service will bring a wide variety to the residents of Gallatin. The service will include over 125 channels in which the

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City may waive $300 sewer connect fee

During the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, April 26

During the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, April 26, City Administrator Toby Dougherty discussed waiving the $300 sewer connection fee for residents who will have to hook up when the new sewer project is completed.

“The board is planning on waiving the fee, but want to wait until construction actually starts

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Dr. Janice Wagner joins staff at Prater Chiropractic

Dr. Janice Wagner has joined the staff at Prater Chiropractic Center at 801 S. Main Street in Gallatin.

Dr. Wagner was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area of California. She is a graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College-Kansas City where she received her doctorate in chiropractic, along with a B.S. degree in human biology. Dr. Wagner also holds a B.S. degree in nutrition from Park College in Parkville,

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Over $4,000 in tools reported stolen in separate incidents

Sheriff’s Department

Sheriff’s Department

Several thefts have been reported to the sheriff this week in separate incidents at Jamesport, Jameson, Winston and Altamont. These cases are under investigation.

Tools valued at $580 were taken from a shed near a Jameson residence sometime between February and April 25. Tools and fishing equipment valued at $2,350 were taken from a building north of Jamesport between December 2003 and April 2004. A welder,

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County Commission

James Lewis, bridge supervisor, met with the commission reporting that the rebuilding project has been delayed on the bridge in Marion Township.

David Holcomb moved to appoint Darlene Conover and Rhonda McCann to vacancies on the Daviess County Board for the Developmentally Disabled. Motion carried unanimously.

Bills were audited and paid.

Kevin Heldenbrand, sheriff, met with the commission reporting an accident on the bridge under construction in Grand River Township

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Gallatin R-5 Title 1 meeting

May 3, 6 p.m.

May 3, 6 p.m.

Gallatin R-5 Title 1 meeting, Elementary Library

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