Gallatin R-5 FFA members Kelsey McLaughlin, Kelly Critten, Kyle Croy and Derrick Sprague, pictured left to right, attended the Washington Leadership Conference held June 17-22 in Washington, D.C.
Harold and Imogene Cameron of St. Joseph will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008. A reception will be held at the East Ridge Manor, 1501 Village Drive, St. Joseph, from 2-4 p.m.
Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Cards may be sent to the honorees at 1501 Village Drive, Apt. 115, St. Joseph, MO 64506. No gifts, please. Harold and Imogene were married in
The bride-to-be graduated from Trenton High School. She is also the granddaughter of Bess Arnold of Trenton. The groom to be is a graduate of Gallatin High School. The couple plan to be married on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008.
Micha Bewley has opened a law office at 205 N. Main in Gallatin where she will practice various areas of civil litigation, primarily domestic, estate planning and probate.
Micha was born in Atchison, Kan., and moved with her family to Trenton in 1989, when she was in fourth grade. She attended high school at Trenton and graduated in 1998.
Micha received both her degree in criminal justice and her law
You’d never guess it by looking at this picture, but Daviess County Department of Conservation Agent Alan Bradford said he’s received fewer complaints about nuisance raccoons this year than last year.
That may be because there’s plenty of wild berries and nuts for them to feed on this year when last year we had an early frost. This picture was taken by a night camera on private land in Daviess
Cori Nichols began a full-time position as environmental public health specialist with the Daviess County Health Department on June 23.
Cori was born and raised in Gallatin and graduated from GHS in 2004. She went to Columbia College and graduated this May with a degree in forensic science with an emphasis in biology.
Cori’s father is Doug Nichols and her stepmother is Jackie Nichols of Gallatin. Her mother is Cindy
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David Rains for Commissioner, District 2
David Rains, 51, has been a resident of Daviess County for 44 years. He graduated from Gallatin R-5 High School in 1975 and from the University of Missouri in 1979.
He and his wife Julie have been married for 24 years and have three children, Hattie, 20; Riley, 19; and Graydee, 7.
A get together of Whitt-Worley cousins, aunts and their families was held Saturday, July 26, at the Gallatin Dockery Park community building.
The occasion was also a surprise honoring Loren Worley’s 80th birthday, four months early, by his brother and six sisters that were present.
All came with well-filled baskets of food. Sue Bottom returned thanks. In the afternoon a raffle drawing of hand-made items was held and $100
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