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Post Scripts: One of the Gutenberg Bibles

by Joe Snyder

Some weeks back, thanks to our daughter, Kathy Ann, a member of the University of Texas faculty, Kathy and I visited the Humanities Research Center on campus in Austin. I hadn’t a clue of what that title meant, or what we might see inside that most impressive building. I was glad to see that part of the campus since there were some interesting monuments and memorials nearby

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New Speaker, new rules

by Representative Jim Whorton

by Representative Jim Whorton

The most significant conversations in Missouri’s House of Representatives this week were about revisions to and adoption of the “House Rules.” All legislative activities in the whole process are governed by rules, which are formally reviewed and adopted at the beginning of each session. Although it’s normally routine, this year our new Speaker of the House sponsored significant changes to many of

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The Coonridge Digest: How cold is it?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

It’s said that Lincoln told the story about the first winter he spent in Illinois. The tall Kentuckian told the boys around the stove at Sam Hill’s store in New Salem that, "Never seen a colder winter, boys. A fella would try to talk to you and his words would freeze right there in the air. You’d have to grab a handful

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Family Daze: The Evolution of Motherhood

by Debbie Farmer

I hope this column doesn’t really need an explanation. If you’re a mom, especially of more than one, I’d like to think that you’ll agree with every word.

Delivery:

First Child: You are determined to have a drug-free birth, so you alleviate the pain by breathing in and out.

Second Child: After fifteen hours of hard labor you finally break down and ask for a "little something"

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Cameron Regional Medical Center to deliver babies again

Daut Gjoni, MD, Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, will serve as medical director

Another step in the growth and regionalization process of Cameron Regional Medical Center is about to unfold with a recent announcement indicating upcoming construction of an obstetrical wing. CRMC Administrator, Joseph Abrutz, has advised that the Medical Center’s Board of Directors, relying significantly on the advice of medical staff members, approved the project

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Rumors, questions fuel focus on Learning Center in Kidder

Thayer Learning Center in Kidder has been the focus of much media attention since the death on Nov. 3 of Roberto Reyes, a 15 year-old student at the military-style boarding school

Thayer Learning Center in Kidder has been the focus of much media attention since the death on Nov. 3 of Roberto Reyes, a 15 year-old student at the military-style boarding school. Caldwell County Sheriff Kirby Brelsford has found himself

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Parent Help also in focus

Concerns about the connection between Parent Help and Thayer Learning Center have surfaced

An article raising concerns about the connection between Parent Help and Thayer Learning Center appeared in the Kansas City Star on Jan. 23.

Parent Help referral service is located in the former PSF building in the industrial park on Hwy. 6 outside of Gallatin. According to the article by Steve Rock, several parents who sent their troubled

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Aldermen address parking problem on business square

An ordinance establishes and designates two 15 minute parking spaces on the east side of Main Street

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen passed an ordinance amending the Gallatin Municipal Code during their regular meeting held Thursday, Jan. 24, at city hall. The ordinance establishes and designates two 15 minute parking spaces on the east side of Main Street in Gallatin.

Police Chief Mark Richards reported on activity from Jan. 13

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Craig Smith begins as the county’s new extension engineer

Craig Smith began work Jan. 10 as the new ag/natural resource engineer at the University of Missouri Extension Office

Craig Smith began work Jan. 10 as the new ag/natural resource engineer at the University of Missouri Extension Office located on the first floor of the Daviess County Courthouse.

Craig was born and raised in Haven, Kan, and graduated from its high school in 1999. He received his bachelor’s degree in

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