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Zarek Ronald Rice

Slade and Bridgett Rice of Cameron are the proud parents of a baby boy, born on Jan. 7, 2006, at the St. Lukes Hospital.

Zarek Ronald Rice weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Zarek was welcomed home by two sisters, McKenzie and Madison.

Maternal grandparents are Donnie and Toni Green of Cameron, and Patricia Green of Climax Springs.

Paternal grandparents are Dianna Rice and the late

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Three accidents in county last Friday

An Independence man received minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident at about 5:20 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, in Daviess County.

According to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as Daniel Bishop, 55, was southbound on I-35 about 12 miles north of Cameron. His 2000 International ran off the right side of the roadway. The tractor-trailer traveled down an embankment, struck a fence, overturned and came

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North Daviess contracts new first and second grade teacher

The North Daviess R-3 Board of Education offered a contract to Jennifer Garten to teach first and second grade after returning from an executive session of their regular meeting held Monday, Jan. 16, at Coffey.

The school calendar was amended to dismiss school to allow for an all day in-service day on March 22 and to have school on April 12, with an early dismissal for a follow-up in-service.

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Keep the focus on these 6 proposals

Presented by State Rep. Jim Whorton

Legislative action is finally well underway in the Second Regular Session of the 93rd General Assembly. There have been about 500 bills filed in the Missouri House of Representatives so far and there will be many, many more. As your personal state representative, I have co-sponsored nearly 100 of those which I believe will serve some or all of you in a positive

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Post Scripts: Unintended funnies

by Joe Snyder

We all know not to laugh, at least not out loud, in church. However, now and then there are unintended funnies in church bulletins that make us want to simply put forth a real old-fashioned belly laugh at the risk of a spanking (when young) or perhaps a load of embarrassment when older. Here are a few I want to share.

These actually appeared in church bulletins

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Family Daze: Guaranteed winning volleyball strategies

by Debbie Farmer

I wasn’t going to bring this up, but I just joined my friend Monica’s volley ball team. Now, normally I would never consider doing anything that required stamina – especially when I could be comfortably shopping at the mall, but she enticed me with vague promises of having fun while being physically active and raising my self-esteem and all that. In fact, she had me worked up

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Cost-Share sign-up starts Feb. 1

Daviess County Soil and Water Conservation District cost-share sign-up begins Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the USDA Service Center in Gallatin. District cooperators/landowners planning to complete a conservation practice and receive state financial assistance, need to apply during the month of February.

Funds will be available July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007. February is the only time the district office takes regular cost-share applications. Hickory Creek AgNPS SALT Project applications

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Gallatin R-5 expects no ‘new’ money from state

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education reviewed the 06-07 budget during their regular meeting held Thursday, Jan. 19. The state’s new education funding formula leaves the school’s budget flat for the next seven years.

"The school will receive no new money," said Superintendent James Ruse. "That puts the school in the situation of — what do we do?"

Mr. Ruse will ask the board to consider two money-saving proposals at

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Don Moore faces future with quiet and confiident faith

Symptoms of Hodgkin’s lymphoma surfaced near the end of Moore’s first semester at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

by Lauri Arnold from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s online site at www.swbts.edu/publicrelations/story, office of public relations press release, Dec. 14, 2005.

Donald Moore, son of Glen and Trudi Burton of Gallatin, knew that a semester that included both Hebrew and Greek wouldn’t be very easy, but he had no idea that his biggest

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