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Good Thinking by Dr. Don Kuehle: God’s work and our work

Joseph and Mary had taken the young Jesus to the big city for the celebration of the Passover. On their way home, they discovered that Jesus was missing! Terrified, they rushed back to Jerusalem; after much searching, they found Jesus in the Temple: "What are you doing here? We were worried about you!" Jesus’ reply was strange to them, as it would be to us: "Don’t you know that I

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Capitol Report by Brad Lager: The 2010 Missouri State Fair

Over the last two weeks, visitors from across the state traveled to Sedalia to enjoy the exhibits, the entertainment and the competitions of the 2010 Missouri State Fair. The State Fair provides the opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of our state’s agricultural community while showcasing the hard work of Missouri’s agricultural youth. Our state has a rich agrarian history and the State Fair not only celebrates this heritage but also

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Cub Scout handbook turns into priceless piece of family history

Pam Perrella of Towne Square Antiques in Gallatin was wondering what to do with a dusty, slightly beat-up 1943 Cub Scout Handbook she found in an old box of curios and collectibles she’d been sorting through. Should she try to sell the book or put it away in storage?

Then she noticed a name scrawled in pencil hidden by a turned-down edge of the cover. She straightened the corner and

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CRP general sign-up ends Aug. 27, 2010

The final date of USDA Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) general sign-up for the Conservation Reserve Program, or CRP, ends soon. Kirby Payne, executive director of Daviess County FSA, said landowners have until the close of business on Friday, Aug. 27, to offer eligible land for CRP’s competitive general sing-up.

In addition to producers signing up for the first time, CRP participants with existing contracts that are scheduled to expire on

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Jeff Donovan opens investment business in Gallatin

GHS grad comes back home after 12 years in KC
Jeff Donovan has opened Donovan Investment Services LLC at 203 N. Main Street in Gallatin.

Donovan is a financial advisor specializing in investments and retirement planning.

Born in Kansas City he moved to Gallatin during his sophomore year of high school. He graduated from GHS in 1990. He received his bachelor’s degree from Southwest Missouri State in 1995.

Donovan then

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Savanna Cox to reign as Simmental Queen

2010 Jamesport graduate involved in presentations throughout the year
Savannah Cox of Jamesport was recently selected as the Missouri State Simmental Queen for the Missouri Simmental Association during the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. Savannah will be involved in award presentations throughout the next year at the American Royal, Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Show, and at the National Junior Simmental Association Show to be held in Sedalia in July 2011. During

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USDA Designates 55 Counties in Missouri as primary natural disaster areas

On Aug. 24, the U.S. Department of Agriculture designated 55 counties in Missouri as natural disaster areas because of losses caused by excessive rainfall, flash flooding, flooding and high winds that occurred Feb. 1 – July 15, 2010.

Daviess County is among the 55 counties named. The other counties named are Adair, Crawford, Jackson, Mercer, Ralls, Andrew, Jefferson, Mississippi, Ray, Audrain, De Kalb, Laclede, Moniteau, Saline, Benton,

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PSF: Final phase of Next Generation Technology begins

Barn scraper systems to be installed at Northwest Missouri pig farms
Premium Standard Farms announced Aug. 24 that it has started installing state-of-the-art barn scraper systems at some of its pig farms in Northwest Missouri, signaling the final phase of the installation of Next Generation Technology to further reduce barn odors.

Work has started on installing the barn scraper systems at the first of the seven remaining Premium Standard Farms

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Winston welcomes new teachers for 2010-11 school year

Winston R-6 returned to school on Wednesday, Aug. 18, with several new teachers on staff.

Meagan Grooms

Meagan Grooms will teach special education K-12 at Winston. She was born and raised in Marceline where she went to high school. She received her B.S. degree in administration from Missouri Western State University. She obtained her master’s of arts in teaching science from Central Missouri State University. She taught at Breckenridge R-1

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