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Frank Woodruff retires after 35 years with Department of Health & Senior Services

The Department of Health and Senior Services honored a long-time employee Friday. Frank A. Woodruff, a 35-year employee at the Cameron office for the DHSS, bureau of immunization, assessment and assurance, will be retiring on Feb. 28.

The Department of Health and Senior Services honored a long-time employee Friday. Frank A. Woodruff, a 35-year employee at the Cameron office for the DHSS, bureau of immunization, assessment and assurance, will be

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Winston Trustees to hold meeting March 5

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

Village of Winston Board of Trustees meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 5, at Winston town hall.

All existing ordinances and possible new ordinances may be considered. Those to be reviewed at this meeting include: Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles, Abatement Procedures, Dangerous Buildings, Dog & Animal Control, Enforcement-Officers-Municipal Court, Junkyards, Liquor &

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Gallatin Senior Center

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Menus March 5-9

Monday: tuna and noodles, peas, beets, green beans, cornbread, custard; Tuesday: ham and beans, cole slaw, juice, muffin, fruit crisp; Wednesday: roast beef, mashed potatoes, carrot Jell-O, cake; Thursday: chicken patty, baked potato, broccoli, cookies; Friday: hamburger on bun, scalloped potatoes, spinach, fruit.

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R-5 budget on target for next year, five years down road are worrisome

Superintendent Jim Ruse presented the Gallatin R-5 Board of Education with the 07-08 budget and presented a forecast for the budget next year during their regular meeting held Thursday, Feb. 15.

Mr. Ruse stated the budget was on target for next year, which represents the second year of the state’s seven-year funding formula plan.

"It’s the next five years that are most worrisome for the district," he said. He added

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R-2 board accepts resignations, hires administrator

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education accepted the resignation of Chris Gannon, high school principal, and Lois Swope, Title One instructor, after returning from an executive session of their regular meeting held Wednesday, Feb. 21. Mrs. Gannon and Mrs. Swope are both retiring. Their resignations are effective at the end of the school year.

A principal’s contract was offered to Rick Collier, elementary principal. John Silkett was hired as high

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At the pitch party Friday evening, Feb. 23, Marla Simecek got high score, Betty Youtsey got second place, Herb Carpenter got low score, Betty Daniel got the door prize, Dallas Lowrey and Fred Ayers got the traveling trophy.

At the domino games on Feb. 16, L.L. Uthe won the door prize and Dallas Lowrey was the winner of the games played.

Friday evening, March2, will be pinochle

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Danny Mason spent Valentines Day with his mother, Beverly Mason

Visitors of Julia Cornett have been Ronnie, Larry and Danny Cornett, Joey and Brian Thompson. Judy Peters also visited her one day last week and they had lunch at the senior center. Bonnie and Richard Walker and their grandchildren, Alexia and Charlie Walker, also visited Julia this Sunday.

Visitors of J.W. and Martha Huff have been Matt

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Lake Viking Health Care

by Mary Bickford, activity director

On Feb. 22, Don Ray, Richard Hogan, Julie Willett, Shelia and Pauline Bridgman provided music and devotional service. We had a good attendance and the service was enjoyed very much.

In the afternoon we had our monthly birthday party. This was hosted by the Laureate Delta Rho BEO Chapter. The members who were present were Nancy Salmon, Carol Weaver, Lois Barton, Sara Mauer and Elaina

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Card shower for Ruth Lockridge

Ruth Lockridge has been confined to her home. Your prayers, cards, and letters have always been appreciated. Her family is requesting a card shower to cheer her. Her address is 5301 North Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 64118.

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