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Tuberculosis: Not gone, but sometimes forgotten

Known over the centuries by names like King’s Evil, Long Disease and Consumption, the disease now known as tuberculosis has afflicted mankind since the days of Egyptian pharaohs.

Though many in the United States think of tuberculosis as a thing of the past, one third of the world’s population is infected and it is a factor in nearly two million deaths worldwide each year.

In Missouri, 107 people were reported

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Good Thinking: The fires of anger

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Those Seven Deadly Sins are everywhere. We are constantly at war with these enemies of God! The Season of Lent is a good time to renew our efforts to overcome "Pride, Jealousy, Anger, Lust and Greed, Gluttony, and Apathy!"

Anger is like a fire – it can be either destructive or constructive. Anger, like fire, can either warm our homes or burn them down. Everything depends

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Capitol Report: Early Childhood Learning – The Foundation for Success

by Brad Lager

I believe that our state government’s number one priority should be the education of Missouri’s students. Because it is a sizable portion of our state budget, it frequently becomes a point of contention as we deliberate how much to spend and how the dollars will be allocated. Legislators, school board members, administrators, teachers, and parents all want the very best for our children and we are constantly

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Knee Hi 4-H Club explores wonders of science

During the Knee-Hi 4-H Club’s monthly meeting on March 11, the youngest members explored the wonders of science. Gallatin High School science teacher, Dennis Steigerwalt, generously donated his time and knowledge to the children.

Under Mr. Steigerwalt’s direction the Clover Kids experimented with chemicals that once mixed would change colors. For most of the children this was their first exposure to chemistry. The children were then allowed to operate microscopes

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Eddie Eagle Gun Safety program educates CDS students on safety

The National Rifle Association’s Gun Safety program and Patrick Dickinson recently paired up to present a program which taught children how to stay safe if they encountered a firearm.

The program taught four important steps to prevent firearm related accidents. These steps were presented by the program’s mascot, Eddie Eagle, in an easy to remember format consisting of the following simple rules: Stop; Don’t touch; Leave the Area; Tell an

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Toneys celebrate 50th anniversary

Jack and Francie Toney of Gallatin will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, March 28.

Jack and Francie met while working at the Hamilton shoe factory in June of 1958. Shortly after, they bought a farm on Route CC, and have called it home ever since. The couple requested no reception and will be flying to Phoenix, Ariz., sometime to celebrate. They will be visiting a dear

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Kaymon Witt wins 2nd in state-wide essay contest

Gallatin High School sophomore Kaymon Witt, daughter of Mike and Tammy Witt, was recently notified that she won second place in the University of Missouri Robert J. Stuckey Essay Contest.

The contest was open to students in grades 9-12 who submitted a 1,200-1,500 word essay on "one or more aspects of books or reading."

After composing an original essay, Kaymon’s work was submitted to be judged on originality of thought,

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Susie Tull will be new administrator at nursing center

Susie Tull will be the new administrator at the Daviess County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center beginning April 1.

Mrs. Tull’s began in the health care profession in Gallatin, working from 1984-2001 as a paramedic with her late husband, former Daviess County Ambulance operations manager Larry Tull.

Susie received certification as a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1987 and worked for awhile on a part-time basis. She worked as an LPN at

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James Gann recognized for 50 years in Freemasonry

James Gann, a member of Gallatin Lodge No. 106, was recognized recently for 50 years of membership in Freemasonry.

"We sincerely thank Mr. Gann for his service to our fraternity," said Ronald D. Miller, grand secretary. "We know his years of membership have been a source of knowledge, experience and strength to his lodge."

The Grand Lodge of Missouri has been in existence for 185 years. Few organizations have achieved

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