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Daviess County Courthouse News (4-29-09) – Bridge in Grand River Township to be replaced

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James Lewis, road and bridge supervisor, reported that they are applying rip rap to bridges and culverts.

Bills were audited and paid.

Bob Burnett, Snyder and Associates, met with the commission with pay estimates for BRO projects 30 and 31. He also delivered copies of donation letters, warranty deeds, the negotiator’s log for each parcel, and the right-of-way certification. David Cox moved to schedule BRO project 32 to

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Danny Froman faces 25 felony stealing charges

Today Daviess County Prosecutor Annie Gibson filed 25 felony charges against Daniel F. Froman of Gallatin in connection with the closing of Gallatin Grain Company last February.

Froman faces 22 counts of a Class C felony for stealing grain between April 27, 2006, and February 9, 2009. Froman is also charged with three counts of a Class C felony for grain dealer fraud.

The probable cause statement filed by the

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Wright Memorial Hospital volunteers honored at brunch

Wright Memorial Hospital staff members honored WMH volunteers, the WMH Auxiliary, and the Trenton Ministerial Alliance on April 20, at a brunch in the WMH dining room.

The brunch was held in honor of National Healthcare Volunteer Week, which recognizes the support that volunteers and auxiliary members provide to hospital staff, patients, family members, and communities at the local, state, and national levels.

Wright Memorial Hospital is a part of

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Winston Trustees hold organizational meeting, continue discussion of multi-county animal shelter

Oath of Office was administered by the clerk to newly elected board members Cindy Ball, Jerry Lusk and Randy Turner during an organizational meeting held by the Winston Trustees on Monday, April 20.

The board agreed to authorize all board members – Arvella Eaton, Bill Michael, Jerry Lusk, Cindy Ball and Randall Turner – as signers on the bank accounts and to access the safety deposit box. Lucille Lusk, clerk,

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R-6 board members take oath, reorganize officers

Newly elected members of the Winston R-6 School Board are pictured, Lisa Piburn, left, and Tawnya Farrell, right. New officers are president- David Neth; vice-president- Barb Youtsey; secretary- Shelly Mason; treasurer- Kendall Weigand; and member – Scot Wilkerson.

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USDA sets date for soybean request for referendum

The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced that it will offer soybean producers the opportunity to request a referendum on the Soybean Promotion and Research Order, as authorized under the Soybean Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information Act.

The Request for Referendum will be conducted at USDA’s Farm Service Agency offices. To be eligible to participate, producers must certify and provide documentation that shows that they produced soybeans and paid an

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May 5 — Elections, polls open 7-4; May 5 — Glaucoma Screenings 10-2; May 8 — Blood Sugar/Pressure Checks 11-12; May 12 — Board of Directors meeting 2 p.m. at center.

Product of the month for April is any canned item.

Game Day is from 4-7 every Thursday. Bring a covered dish to share.

Free Glaucoma screenings will be available from 10-2 on May 5. Rehab

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Pattonsburg Clubs-BC P.E.O.

Chapter BC P.E.O. met April16 in the home of Vivian Bowman.

The program was Exemplification of the Ceremony of Initiation. Next meeting will be held at 5 p.m. on May 7 in the home of Kathy Walker. Daphne Cummings will give the program on the Missouri P.E.O. outreach fund.

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Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center

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Cards and dominoes are every Friday evening, except on May 22 when there will be no games due to the Center being rented that evening.

Winner of the door prize this Friday evening was Julia Cornett.

Fund-raiser breakfast is from 6-8 a.m. on Monday, May 4.

Menus May 4-8

Monday: salmon patties, corn, stewed tomatoes, cornbread, pudding; Tuesday: Polish sausage, kraut, green beans, biscuit, fruit crisp; Wednesday:

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