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by Lavena Lowrey

Forrest and Jeanna Morris were Saturday visitors of Woodrow and Maxine Morris. Sunday guests of Woodrow and Maxine were Bill and Cheryl Adams and Dorlene Munn.
Shirley Fansher, Kansas City, was Thursday visitor of Norma Lea Crabtree.
Wednesday the Baptist church ladies made their monthly visit to the Lake Viking Health Care Center at Gallatin. Those taking the homemade cookies to the residents were Elanor Best, Mildred

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Winston board to identify additional ordinances at meeting set for Feb. 5

The Winston Board of Trustees is reviewing, updating, revising and adding to village ordinances.

An initial review of all existing ordinances took place at the Jan. 2 meeting. Next will be the identification of additional ordinances the board may propose at the next board meeting, which is set for Monday, Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. at Winston Town Hall.
All existing ordinances and possible new ordinances may be considered during

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R-5 board approves plan for bleacher renovation, receives check for air waves

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education approved a plan for bleacher renovation during their regular meeting held on Thursday, Jan. 18.

The plan will leave the structure as is, but replace the wood with aluminum. The price was $36,105 for the home side and $20,622 for the visitor side for a total of $56,727.
The work was awarded to Heartland Seating, the same company that did the school’s softball field,

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Jewel Swofford receives resolution from House of Representatives

The Missouri House of Representatives recently joined unanimously to applaud Jewel Swofford’s personal and professional accomplishments garnered down through the years.

The House conveyed upon the Gallatin resident their most heartfelt best wishes upon his retirement.
The 93rd General Assembly recognized Mr. Swofford with a signed resolution, stating that the House holds in high esteem those Show-Me State residents who have proven to be exemplary citizens in local communities and

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Pattonsburg, community, deliver 1,003 gift-filled shoe boxes to world’s children

Many children around the world have something to smile about, thanks to the generosity of neighbors in Pattonsburg and the surrounding area.

Operation Christmas Child, the world’s largest Christmas project, collected 1,003 gift-filled shoe boxes from local residents during last year’s collection season.
Those gifts from the community are now on their way to hurting children around the world.
With the donations of shoe box boxes from churches, individuals, businesses

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Toney presented safe driver award by OATS

OATS, Inc. has developed a program to provide a well deserved reward for its safe drivers.

OATS driver Carolyn Toney, Gallatin, was presented a 11 year Safe Driver Award. The award is based on the number of years a driver has driven for OATS without a chargeable (preventable) accident. OATS drivers must average 500 hours per year and drive for two full years without an accident to be eligible for

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Doug Morrison is new director

Doug Morrison, Cameron, is the new director of the map and data technology division at Bartlett & West Engineers, Topeka, Kan. Mr. Morrison grew up in Altamont and graduated from Gallatin High School.t35oats.prt.

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Fred Albrecht turns 85

Fred Albrecht, former Gallatin resident, will be 85 years-old on Feb. 4. His address is Fred Albrecht, 835 Hill St., Unit 304, Spearfish, S.D. 57783.

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9-1-1 employees get $1 raise, maintenance agreement received

At a special budget meeting on Jan. 11, 2007, the Daviess County Central 9-1-1 Board discussed and decided upon budget figures.

The board agreed to award all employees a $1 per hour raise retroactive to Jan. 1, with the 2007 budgeted retirement amount to remain the same as in the 2006 budget.
Present at the 9-1-1 special budget meeting Jan. 11 were Larry Belshe, John Sullenger, Daniel Skinner, Mark Richards

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