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North Daviess R-3 board retains staff

Upon returning to open session after a closed meeting, the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education carried motions to retain the following staff:

Tisha Berry; Cathryn Brown; Deva Lanning; Jeremy Dodds; Angel Michael; Nikki Robertson; Julie Schluter; Suzanne Slaughter; Daniel Street; Gregg Hartley; Annette Lowrey; Mary McCrary; Becci Roberts; Bobbie Pyles, part time, not to exceed 275 hours; Wendall Burns, part time, not to exceed 275 hours; Judy Slaughter, part

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Pattonsburg Clubs-Tree Climbers

Tree Climbers had their regular monthly meeting Thursday evening.

Family histories are still coming in. Material has been moved to the new shelving and filing cabinets that were donated to us from the Harrison County Genealogy Group. Two members working at the job were Beverly Mason and Betty Cameron. We had a request from Harold Mattix of Cresson, Penn., on the Patton family. Several items were copied and mailed. In

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The fund-raiser meal Friday evening was enjoyed by those that attended. All help and donations were appreciated.

Charley Hillyard won the framed picture that was given away. Charley also won the door prize at the games that followed the meal.

Remember the commodity for March is salad dressing.

Cards and dominoes are every Friday evening.

March 30 to April 3

Monday: salmon patties, stewed tomatoes, buttered corn,

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Thursday through Sunday Diana and Mike Gault from Colorado Springs, Colo., were visiting Virgil and Fran Albert. One of the days they all visited Jeanne Severe and family in Cameron. On Sunday Darlis and Jeff Wallace, Jordan and Isaac, Bethany, were dinner guests with them.

Kathy Burger, St. Louis, visited her mother Elanor Best a couple of days this past week.

Clyde and Helen Bozarth returned home

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City council addresses rate increase for trash service; gives city employees a raise

The Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen discussed the last rate increase from Veolia Environmental Services during their regular meeting held March 11.

A motion carried to raise the city’s trash rate an additional 20 cents for residences and 50 cents for businesses. The raise will go into effect on April 1.

After returning to open session after a closed meeting, the board carried a motion to give city employees a raise

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Daviess County Route K Closing Thursday, March 26

The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that roadwork has been scheduled for Route K in Daviess County on Thursday, March 26 (weather permitting.)

Area maintenance crews will close Route K for a culvert replacement between Route B and the Harrison/Daviess County line. The road will be closed to traffic from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Motorists should use alternate routes during this time.

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Hospital Notes

Ivan McLey has been in the hospital for heart surgery. He will be home Wednesday, March 25. Send cards to 406 W. Johnson, Gallatin, Mo., 64640.

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Gallatin Club-Laureate Delta Rho

Nancy Terry hosted the March 16 meeting of Laureate Delta Rho of Beta Sigma Phi.

Kailey Salmon, DAR sixth grade essay winner, read her essay "The Ideals of Gettysburg Address." Members congratulated Kailey on her outstanding work. Members are reminded to bring women’s items to the next meeting towards donations to Green Hills Community Action Agency. Election of officers will be held April 6 at Linda Bridgeman’s home.

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Statewide crop insect monitoring to begin

by Wayne Flanary, regional agronomist

Each year, the extension service places traps across the state to monitor insects pests that can damage Missouri crops. Insect pests are a major factor that can lead to injury to the state’s crops and impact the state’s economy.

Many of the insects can migrate from southern United States such as black cutworm which cuts corn plant off at the soil surface and under dry

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