by Becca Bowland
Pattonsburg FFA Members are currently collecting food items and small cash donations to assist the Pattonsburg First Responders group in their adopt-a-family program.
Continue reading R-2 FFA Chapter Begins Collections for Adopt-A-Family
For a second year the Pattonsburg First Baptist Church was a Relay Center in a 45 minute radius for Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, Franklin Graham, president.
Continue reading 1,085 shoe boxes received at relay center for the second Operation Christmas Child
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by Lavena Lowrey
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Calendar and Menus
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The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that a ribbon cutting ceremony for Route 6 in Daviess County has been planned for Monday, Dec. 17 at 1:30 p.m.
Continue reading Ribbon cutting ceremony planned for new Route 6
Gallatin fifth graders celebrated Children’s Book Week by attending the 18th annual Reading Sleep over on Friday, Nov. 16.
Continue reading Searcy 5th graders celebrate book week with sleep over
Area church news.
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Funeral Services will be at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at the Roberson Funeral Home, Bethany, Mo.
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by Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired
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At this time of the season, and after our latest episode at the hospital, thankfulness and gratefulness for many of our friends in the area are at the top of our list.
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Imagine going to school on Monday and finding out during PE that you are going to be living somewhere else.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Jessica Trussell
This is in reply to the letter from Lois Carter about having trouble making “decent” coffee since the recent change in water treatment.
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by Freida Marie Crump
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Sam and Deloris Read have as good a reason as any to experience the “holiday blues.” Deloris lost all four grandparents in December, one on Christmas day.
Continue reading Sam, Deloris Read still count their blessings
North Daviess R-3 School District has received a $9,300 computer grant, accordring to information presented at the November meeting of the R-3 Board of Education.
Continue reading More computers for North Daviess
The Chi-Rho Youth Group collected over 500 non-perishable canned goods during their food drive held last Saturday, Nov. 17.
Continue reading Over 500 canned goods collected for needy by youth group
The FBI has opened a limited investigation into Thayer Learn- ing Center at the request of the Government Accountability Office.
Continue reading FBI focusing on Thayer incident
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that Route 6 in Daviess County opened to traffic on Saturday, Nov. 17.
Continue reading Route 6 east of Gallatin opens
Turkeys fear a lot more things than an ax this time of year. “Turkeys are quite afraid of certain things,” said Jeff Firman, University of Missouri turkey researcher.
Continue reading Turkeys are terrified of more than Thanksgiving ax
We would like to announce the 2008 National Women in Ag Conference is being held April 1-2 in Oklahoma City.
Continue reading Women in Ag announce conference, poster ideas deadline Dec. 6
Getting together with family and friends, cooking and traveling are all part of the holiday season.
Continue reading Help long-term care residents celebrate the season, holidays
Graveside services for Harold Arthur Walker were held Saturday, Nov. 17, at Hillcrest Cemetery in Gallatin. A memorial service followed at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Cameron.
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