"Like" us on Facebook

2014 Tax Sale Notice

The Daviess County Collector of Revenue announces properties for sale due to unpaid taxes.

For a complete listing, click HERE

Upcoming Events

GHS sports, civic groups, events, reminders and more.
View Full Page Calendar

Gallatin R-5 Website

School events, faculty contacts, announcements, and more.
View Website

Community Links

Check out various community websites. Click HERE

Gallatin Sports Leagues

Check out leagues, schedules, and more.
Click to View Info

History Photo Gallery

View a variety of selected photos from our newspaper archive.
Photo Archives

Archives

Photo Archives

Access our photo galleries for thousands of pictures for viewing or purchase. Click on: Photo Archive

Get a map of Gallatin

Printer friendly descriptions of Gallatin: City Map / City Profile

We’ll help you get online!

Work with people you know. Put us to work for you! Online With GPC

Gallatin Golf 2006: GHS golfers ready for GRC Tournament

Danielle Critten and Kathryn Everly team up for a third place finish in the Albany 2-Girl Best Shot Tournament held Monday.

Critten and Everly combined for a round of 84, which finished behind the teams of Kim Harding/Chancey Claypool of Worth County (76) and Abbey Miles/Kylie Staples of Mound City (77).

Gallatin’s Kelly Critten and Alex Burge shot 96, as did the duo of Sydney Elbert and Kelsha Bundy.

Playing

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

McAfees celebrate 60th anniversary

Marge and Tut McAfee of Gallatin will proudly celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Oct. 6.

There will be a family gathering at their home to mark the occasion on Oct. 5, 6 and 7. Tut is a World War II veteran who met Marge after returning home from the war. They were married at the Presbyterian Church in Gallatin on Oct. 6, 1946. After 10 years in Gallatin

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Gallatin Softball 2006: Gallatin vs. King City

Softball girls beat King City, 4-2, now 5-1 in GRC

Shelby Chadwick singled in a pair of runs and Lacey Dixon doubled home another to propel Gallatin to a 4-2 softball victory over King City in Grand River Conference action on Tuesday.

Gallatin, 5-1 in the conference, kept its title hopes alive with the win, but must travel to Maysville tonight (Wednesday) to make up a game rained out on

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Local FFA officers meet with National FFA officer

Pattonsburg School News: Watermelon Bust a huge success; fruit sales begin

by Kayla Guzan, reporter

This week many students from all across Northwest Missouri will have had the opportunity to meet a National FFA Officer. Erica Der, the Southern Region Vice President, was in Gallatin Monday night for a BBQ and informal question and answer session.

Chapter officers from the Gallatin, Winston, North Daviess, Trenton, and Pattonsburg FFA chapters were

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Football 2006: Gallatin vs. Hamilton

Dogs down Hornets, 46-6, look now to dangerous Panthers

The Gallatin Bulldogs, behind multiple TD efforts by three different players, steam-rolled Hamilton, 46-6, to keep pace with South Harrison and Princeton in the race for supremacy in the Grand River Conference.

Senior Derrick Love scored three times for the Bulldogs during a night in which he rushed for 84 yards in a leading role. Junior Stephen Wood, the game’s leading

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Pattonsburg Clubs – BC-PEO & Tree Climbers

Chapter BC-P.E.O.; Tree Climbers

Pattonsburg Chapter BC-P.E.O. met last Thursday in the home of Debbie Nalle with seven members answering roll call. The next meeting is Oct. 5 in the home of Mae Wright. Betty Wooding will present the program on Cottey College.

The Tree Climbers held their regular monthly meeting Thursday evening. Guest and new member Dean Hartley attended the meeting. Dean and Ed Howard did research following the

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center

Calendar & Menus

Several attended the pitch party Friday night. High score was Betty Rouner, second place was Ivan Read, low was Nora May Drummond, traveling trophy went to Fred Ayers and Lee Ortega, and door prize to Vivian Bowman. We need pies and workers for the Car Show Sunday meal

Menus Oct. 2-6

Monday: Polish sausage, green beans, kraut, tator tots, fruit; Tuesday: meatloaf, parsley potatoes, peas, cookies; Wednesday:

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Pattonsburg

by Lavena Lowrey

Sunday dinner guest of Letha Shipers was Maudy Youngs. Tuesday Letha went to Winston and visited Sharen Moore.

Larry and Gary McNeely visited Sunday morning with Gilbert and Betty Bird.

Tuesday the Ladies from Pattonsburg Baptist Church, made their monthly visit to the Lake Viking Health Care Center. Those taking homemade cookies to the residents were Elanor Best. Rhonda Lambert, Mildred Huff and Norma Crabtree.

Shirley Fansher

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Smith-Mort engaged to be married

Tori Smith and Kraig Mort are engaged to be married.

She is the daughter of Bruce and Linda Seran of Faucett and Larry Herring of St. Joseph. He is the son of Kenneth and Kathryn Mort of Jamesport. The future bride is employed by Cameron Regional Medical Center as a respiratory therapist. The future groom is self-employed with Mort and Son Farms. A private ceremony will be held Saturday, Oct.

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.