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Daviess County Courthouse News (2-23-2011)

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The following cases were heard by Judge James Valbracht on Feb. 18:

Adam M. Morrell, Gallatin, plead guilty to DWI, persistent offender, and was sentenced to four years in the Department of Corrections, execution of sentence suspended. He was placed on five years probation, and ordered to serve 30 days shock time in the regional jail.

Morrell also plead guilty on a plea agreement to misdemeanor domestic assault,

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Abbey Trails run-walk in April

The 16th Annual Abbey Trails 5K Run/2 Mile Walk and Health Fair will take place on April 16 at 9 a.m. on the campus of Conception Abbey and Seminary College.

Abbey Trails 5-K Run and 2-Mile Walk is hosted by Conception Abbey and Seminary College in Conception.

The 5-K Run takes place out and back on a scenic, paved road with traffic control. There will be first, second and third

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Active Aging Resource Center

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March 4 — Free Glaucoma Screenings 10:30-1:30; March 4 — First Friday seminar 11 a.m.; March 11 — Blood Pressures/Blood Sugars 11 a.m.-12 noon; March 15 — VFW Advocate 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Product of the month for February is cornstarch.

Rehabilitation Services for the Blind will be doing free glaucoma screenings on Friday, March 4, from 10:30 to 1:30. Please take advantage of this service.

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Pamida donates $500 to Gallatin school

The Pamida Foundation donated $500 to the Gallatin R-5 School District to assist with the many needs that arise throughout the year to continue to provide a quality education to the children in the community.

Jessica Strohman, Pamida Foundation’s executive director, said Pamida appreciated the school’s commitment to education and all of the hard work and dedication to ensure the success of each student. She added that through the Pamida

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Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center

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Cards and dominoes are every Friday evening. Bingo is at 12:30 on Wednesdays. Pie raffle is on Fridays.

Menus Feb. 28-March 4

Monday: fish filet sandwich, breaded tomatoes, coleslaw, cornbread, peach crumble; Tuesday: turkey, dressing, potatoes & gravy, green beans, peaches, pumpkin bars; Wednesday: meatloaf, potato casserole, mixed vegetables, hot rolls, bread pudding; Thursday: chili and vegetable soup, vegetable tray, fruit juice, cinnamon rolls; Friday: fried chicken,

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Pattonsburg news

by Lavena Lowrey

Last weekend Elanor Best and her sister Anne Wolfe from Cameron went to West Liberty, Iowa, to visit their sister Mary and Verland Olson. They were there to help Verland celebrate his 90th birthday.

Rodney Cameron visited Sunday with his parents Paul and Doris Cameron.

Sunday visitors with Julia Cornett were Ronnie, Lincoln, Carly and Danny Cornett.

Wednesday Norma Crabtree had some visitors, Ken and Wilma

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Health care reform act taking a bite out of the Medicare “donut hole”

Every year, Missouri senior citizens pay thousands of dollars out of their own pockets to get the prescription drugs they need, because of a coverage gap in Medicare.

However, new provisions of the health care reform law are slowly but surely chipping away at the Medicare "donut hole," which impacts about 3 million beneficiaries across the country and about 82,000 in Missouri annually.

The Medicare donut hole occurs when an

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Contracts awarded at Pattonsburg, snow days listed

Chris Hodge, the high school principal at Pattonsburg R-2, and Cheryl Cornett, the elementary principal, were both awarded contracts for the 2011/2012 school year.

Pattonsburg students have missed nine days of school due to snow. The board amended the calendar again to accommodate additional snow days during their meeting held Feb. 16.

The state has forgiven one day and one day was made up in January. Another day was made

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No more standing in line or waiting for permits to arrive in the mail

Starting March 1, Missourians will be able to buy most hunting and fishing permits at home, using the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) new e-Permits system.

The system will allow hunters, anglers and trappers to print permits on regular computer printers and have them in hand them immediately.

All sport-fishing and -hunting permits will be available through e-Permits. So will trapping permits and the Apprentice Hunter Authorization. E-permits will look

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