Caldwell County Circuit Court Report
Floyd Curtis of Gallatin plead guilty Feb. 16 to an amended charge of child molestation 2nd degree, class A misdemeanor, and was sentenced to six months in the county jail, with the sentence to begin on Feb. 24.
Daviess County Circuit Court Report
Civil cases filed: Brandi Dawn Becker vs. Edward Allen Becker, dissolution; Deanna M. Scott vs. Premium Standard Farms, unlawful discharge;
Tri-County R-7 School District, petition to correct Grundy and Livingston County ballots. The order was entered Feb. 17 which approved the correction.
Daviess County Associate Circuit Court Report
Defendants found guilty in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County are listed below with offense and fine assessed. Additionally, court costs collected for the State of Missouri amount to $66.50 for moving traffic violations and $114.50 in most criminal cases.
The following cases were heard by Judge R. Brent Elliott, presiding on Feb. 6:
Sharon Steigerwalt, Gallatin, careless and imprudent
Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Report
Brian D. Borneman, 34, Grimes, Iowa, was arrested Feb. 19 after running into the Ferrellgas building at Missouri Highways 6 and 13. He was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, class D felony, and driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor. He was first stopped by Trooper J.P. Lynch at Highway 6 and DD in Daviess County for operating a vehicle without two approved
At the morning worship services Pastor Russ Hamilton gave the message, "A Fresh Start," from Isaiah 43:18-25 and Mark 2:1-12. Wanda Batson gave the children’s message at the second service and Pastor Russ at the first service.
Prayer requests were asked for: Carson Parton, Carla Pettit, Kevin Critten, Daniel Horvatin, John (Connie Hixson’s cousin), Justin and Amy Lockridge, Wilda Levis, Jean Nixson, Bob Gentry, Herman Chaney, Sue Pittsenbarger, Nancy Milligan,
Bro. David’s Sunday morning message was "Firm, Fixed and Immovable," from I Corinthians 15:58 and II Corinthians 5:9-11.
Sarah Ishmael’s children’s message was "One Flower or Many," from John 11:50. Bro. Ramsey’s Sunday evening Bible study was "Respect Recompense of Reward," from Luke 14:12-14. Sunday, March 5, we will hold our business meeting and fellowship meal following morning worship.
Brother Doug continued his message on "Got Lovin" from 1 Corinthians 13. Julie Lupfer gave the children’s sermon.
Remember in prayer Clifford Burris, Wilma Hill, Ashley Hale, Zac Moore, Joe and Bety Rouner, Reva Carter, Doc Daniels, Trisha Sprague, Veda Heldenbrand, Qunicy Crone, and Pam Jefferies sister, Valerie.
Bible Study Wednesday with an apartment meeting afterwards. Men’s Retreat for the association men, Friday, March 3 at Gilman church’s cabin. Youth
"Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light on my path," from Psalms 119:105. The choir had the special music, "He Keeps Me Singing Melody." Rev. Green’s message was "When We Disobey God," from Acts 5:1-11.
Last night we had our "Learning to Love" carry-in dish banquet with Rev. Allen and Alice Bartlett, former pastor at Gallatin First Baptist, and Ron and Peggy Smith, the head of
Scripture reading was from Luke 8:4-18. Dr. Ben Awbrey’s sermon was "You are Pleasing to God," from Matthew 22:1-14.
Remember in prayer Carolyn Meek, Natalie Kaufman, Joe Rouner, Bill Carter, Wes Beyer, Kelly Vanatta, Lori Neal, Patrick McBroom, Richard Porter, Zac Moore, Ann Holley, Katie Anderson, Conner McCarty and Sam Schimelfenig.
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