"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

Alvin “Al” Smith

1928 – 2008

Alvin (Al) Smith, 80, passed away Friday, July 25, 2008 at the KU Medical Center. Services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 29 at the McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Family visitation was held Monday evening 6:30 to 8 p.m. Interment was at Highland Cemetery in Hamilton. Memorial contributions may be made to the Highland Cemetery or Children’s Mercy Hospital in care of the funeral home

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Grow Your Farm workshops help those getting started in agriculture

University of Missouri Extension’s Grow Your Farm is a step-by-step educational program for people new to farming or who are thinking of diversifying their operation. The course is available at various locations throughout the state.

The program focuses on four management keys: marketing, operations, human resources and finance, said project manager Debi Kelly.

"At the end of the course, participants are expected to have developed a complete business plan," Kelly

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Information on 809 area code scam

Periodically, e-mails warning of a scam involving calls from the 809 area code circulate.

The e-mails contend that there has been fraud associated with unscrupulous pay-per-call operators in that area code. However, the message contains some misinformation, especially the highly exaggerated cost of a phone call to the 809 area code, which is a legitimate area code for the Dominican Republic. Fortunately, this scam is less prevalent in recent years

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

In-field Alfalfa Meetings Planned for Nodaway County

Two Extension in-field alfalfa meetings will be held Tuesday, August 12 with alfalfa grower, Ronnie Stoll west of Stanberry 2 miles on Highway 136 and the second meeting will be held Friday, August 15 with alfalfa grower Kevin Stiens, 3 ½ miles north of Hwy. 136 on WW northeast of Maryville. Both meetings will start at 8:30 AM.

The Tuesday meeting will focus on the custom rates for alfalfa operations,

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Fiddling earns cash at the Missouri State Fair

Missouri fiddlers will pick up their bows in anticipation of earning some of the $1,500 in cash prize money that will be awarded at the Missouri State Fair Fiddling Championship Contest planned for Aug. 17 in Sedalia.

The sanctioned contest will be held at the Touchstone Energy Stage on day 11 of the Missouri State Fair with registration beginning at 12:30 p.m. The contest will start at 1:30 p.m. and

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Farm ponds can put food on the table

Many Missourians may have an untapped resource to combat rising food costs right in their own back yard: Families with ponds at least one-quarter acre in size can take a bite out of grocery bills by raising bass and bluegill to eat, said a University of Missouri fisheries expert.

"There are over 500,000 of these small ponds in Missouri," said Rob Hayward, fisheries professor in the MU School of Natural

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Ergot found in area fields

by Wayne Flanary, regional agronomist

Ergot has been identified in area fescue fields and other grass pastures. Ergot is dark black sclerotia (ergot bodies) found replacing the grain in the heads of grasses just prior to harvest. These are often larger than the seed of the plant but vary depending on the specie of grass infected. This is a disease caused by a fungus which reduces yield and quality of

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Debbie and Dennis Carpenter selected for Yard of the Month

Debbie and Dennis Carpenter were chosen for Yard of the Month for July by the Gallatin Garden Club. The home is located at 1212 South Prospect.

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Five generations — two ways

Pictured is Jayda Paige Mazur held by her mother Lacey Curtis, which makes five generations two ways in the same family with all living in Gallatin. In front are her great-great-grandmother Betty Masters and her great-great-grandfather Don Masters Sr. In the back are her great-grandmother Phyllis Lollar; and her grandmother Tammy Curtis-Mobley.

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.