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2014 Tax Sale Notice

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

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Winners at the pitch party were Marjorie Ayres, high; Cody, low; Olen Salmon and Betty Rouner, traveling prize; Dallas Lowrey door prize.

Nov. 2 will be pinochle games. Come at 6 p.m. for light refreshments.

Menus Nov. 5-9

Monday: chili dogs, corn, broccoli cheese, custard; Tuesday: ham and beans, cole slaw, tomatoes, corn bread, fruit crisp; Wednesday: chicken pot pie w/vegetables, relish tray, cook’s choice dessert; Thursday: spaghetti

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Lisa Showalter among NCMC Students Inducted into Honor Society

Thirty students were recently inducted into the Eta Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at North Central Missouri College in Trenton, including Lisa Showalter of Jamesport. Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society for students at two-year colleges, is the largest honor society in higher education with over two million members. "Good as Gold" was the theme of the program, and Chris Palmer, a regional PTK officer from Longview Community College

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

 

 Mary Lou Brandt, Kearney, and Donna Hibbs flew to Colorado Springs on Oct. 19 and returned home Oct. 22. They were visiting Cheryl Minyard and family.

Jeanne and Jack Severe, Cameron, spent Friday with Fran and Virgil Albert. They ate lunch at the senior center.

Those visiting Martha Huff Sunday were Gary Huff and friend Rhonda, Brian and Melissa Thompson and boys, Tamara Huff, her mother and

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6th Annual Festival of Trees

Plans are being made for the 6th Annual Festival of Trees in Breckenridge on Dec. 1. This year it will be held in the school gym so everyone can stay warm! Planned activities include: Christmas Craft Fair 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Christmas Story Time, Cookie Walk, Santa’s Workshop, Pictures with Santa and the drawing for decorated trees and wreaths. The Breckenridge Volunteer Fire Department will be providing lunch.

 

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Regional Jail Board considers natural gas; inmate medical starts Nov. 1

Missouri Gas Utility district manager Bret Brown talked to the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board about getting natural gas in Pattonsburg during their regular meeting held Friday, Oct. 26.

Missouri Gas Utility, Inc. is a Colorado Corporation formed in November 2004 to provide natural gas service to both residential and commercial customers. Natural gas is presently supplied to Jamesport; Landmark; several PSF barns; and the towns of Gallatin and Hamilton.

Mr.

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Winston Baptist fall bash, wiener roast and hay ride

The Winston Baptist Church hosted a wiener roast and hay ride at the home of Vernon and Valerie Parman. Jerry and Patty Smith of Union Star furnished the hayride. A team of Belgian horses named Thunder and Lightening pulled the wagon. There were 58 in attendance. Those in attendance were Jenny and Jordan Hoppenthaler, Altamont; Angel, Allen, Austin, Abby Rhoades, Daniel and Reyna Michael, Rachel and Garret Campbell, Katy Griffith,

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Bridgeman’s Wrecker Service receives 35-year plaque

Bridgeman’s Wrecker Service received their 35-year plaque from the Missouri Automobile Club during this past September.

The plaque was presented during an annual dinner held in Kansas City. Presenting the plaque was Gary Dierks, their regional representative to AAA. Attending the dinner were David and Sherry Bridgeman and their office manager Tim Andrew with his wife Nancy.

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Jameson named MCB grand prize winner

Jameson was named the grand prize winner in the Missouri Community Betterment association 2007 competition at the annual banquet in Jefferson City on Oct. 22. After earning first in the small community category comprised of nine towns, Jameson was named the grand prize winner over all 46 communities, large and small, that competed.

The MCB program assists communities to improve their quality of life. Other winners in their population groups

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Nov 1 — Game Night 2 to 7; Nov 9 — Comfort Care Hospice Blood Sugars 11-12; Nov 16 — Thanksgiving Dinner 11-12; Nov 20 — Board Meeting 2 p.m. (Tuesday); Nov 22 — Closed

Product of the month for November is pumpkin. Be a "pumpkin" and donate a can of pumpkin.

Game Night will start winter hours beginning November 1. Game Night hours will

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