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WHACK the Flu contest winners

It is flu season and in addition to a flu shot, there are other ways to prevent the spread of flu germs, according to nurses at the Daviess County Health Department.

WHACK the Flu is a community education program through the Missouri Department of Health that targets school children. Children can spread any germ around quickly, so there are things that children can learn to protect themselves and others from

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What do poinsettias prefer?

by Tim Baker, Northwest Region Horticulture Specialist

The Christmas tree is perhaps the plant most often associated with Christmas in the United States. But running a close second is the poinsettia. Poinsettias have been associated with Christmas ever since Joel Poinset found the plants being used by Franciscan priests in nativity processionals near Taxco, Mexico, in the early 1800s.

Joel Robert Poinset was the first ambassador to Mexico, appointed by

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Piper Lynn Moritz b. Nov. 3, 2010

Chloe Moritz and her parents, Lance and Brandi Moritz of Platte City, would like to announce the birth of Piper Lynn Moritz. Piper was born Nov. 3, 2010, at 8:18 a.m. at Liberty Hospital in Liberty. She weighed 7 pounds, 9 oz and was 19-1/2 inches long.

Her maternal grandparents are Carl and Sherri Carder. Maternal great-grandparents are Joe and Charlene Caraway, Connie Carder and Phyllis Lollar, and the late

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Shaylee Kay Carter b. Oct. 21, 2010

Quincey Paul Carter would like to announce the birth of his sister Shaylee Kay Carter. Shaylee was born at 9 a.m. on Oct. 21, 2010. She weighed 8 pounds and was19 1/4 inches long. Shaylee’s parents are Stephanie Phelps and Dustin Carter.

Maternal grandparents are Angela and Jeff Johnson, Sherman Phelps and Brenda Davis. Maternal great-grandfather is Melvin Turner.

Paternal grandparents are Roxanne Watson and Todd Watson. Paternal great-grandparents are

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Jameson Christmas Store offers gifts, baked goods, kids shop and more

It’s that time of year, when we rush from store to store, for gifts, goodies and that photo of the kids with Santa. This year come to the Village of Jameson Christmas Store and get all your errands done at once.

The Village Christmas Store will have a selection of gifts items to choose from, many handmade by local residents. Gifts include cozy blankets and quilts, decorative candles, aprons, handcrafted

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Small Towns Cooperation Committee formed, recommends municipal court divisions

Four Daviess County towns, Coffey, Jameson, Pattonsburg and Winston, have joined together to explore cooperation among towns and villages on ways to clean up their towns, improve their ordinances and share resources such as legal advisers and personnel for a municipal court system to serve the small cities and villages of Daviess County.

The committee will prepare a package of proposals to be taken before the board of each town

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Corner Café kitchen destroyed by fire, owner vows to rebuild, reopen

The kitchen of the Corner Café, 101 N. Main, in Gallatin was destroyed by fire Sunday night. The café is owned by Delbert and Sue Cox of rural Jameson.

Mrs. Cox said the fire started in the kitchen around 4:30 Sunday afternoon. She was uncertain of the cause.

Judy Elbert, who owns a neighboring business, Elbert’s Department Store, noticed smoke coming out of the building’s exhaust Sunday. Judy notified Debbie

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Flowers Unlimited celebrates 25 years

Flowers Unlimited, owned by Julie Reynolds, has been in business on the Gallatin square for 25 years as of this winter.

She will celebrate the anniversary through the week of Saturday, Nov. 27, to Saturday, Dec. 4, the date of her annual open house. You are invited to visit her floral shop at 109 N. Main Street and enjoy free coffee and cookies. Be sure to enter the drawing for

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2010 Football: Class 1, D14 Football Honorees

Here are the district football honorees.

Offense

QB                              Dylan Heitz     South Harrison

RB                               Trevor Corbin  Braymer

RB                               Brandon Ness Gallatin

RB                               Logan Dixon   Polo

RB                               Nick Allen       Polo

OL                               Brandon Taylor           Braymer

OL                               Dylan Leeper  Gallatin

OL                               Kameron McFall         South Harrison

OL                               Mike Landes   South Harrison

OL                               Blake Peters    Braymer

OL                               Jeff King         Polo

OL                               Harley Martin  Polo

WR                              Dalton Owen  Braymer

WR                              Cole Osborne  South Harrison

WR                              Billy

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