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Pattonsburg Methodist Easter egg hunt is one of best ever

The annual Easter Egg hunt sponsored by the Pattonsburg United Methodist Church this year was one of the best attended ever. Parents and children gathered at the church Saturday afternoon under bright sunny skies to not only hunt eggs but enjoyed crafts and refreshments in the fellowship hall. The church appreciates all the parents for making it such a fine day for the children. [Submitted Photo]

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Farmland Foods, Premium Standard Farms have $1.1 billion economic impact on Missouri, report MU economists

An economic impact study of Premium Standard Farms (PSF) and Farmland Foods has been completed by the Commercial Agriculture Program, University of Missouri Extension.

Using an economic input-output model, IMPLAN, the authors determined the combined economic impact of PSF and Farmland Foods to the state of Missouri to be $1.1 billion annually. IMPLAN is an economic input-output model originally developed at the University of Minnesota in the 1980s.

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Citizens asked to complete survey so water project can continue

Gallatin City Administrator Zac Johnson said he had received the survey information for the CDBG grant. It is very important that the citizens who receive the survey complete it and return it in order for the water plant project to continue.

Johnson discussed issues at the water plant. The plant is struggling to keep up with current demand. Crews are looking to address the concerns before the summer months.

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A mushroom laying bunny!

Easter morning Jim and Sally Kirkpatrick hid some plastic eggs for their daughter Kelsey, 10, to find. She had found all but one so everybody set out to find the last missing egg. Jim was looking around in the backyard of their home on Main Street in Gallatin and found about 45 morel mushrooms! [Submitted Photo]

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Pattonsburg acquires new business, will employee 30 to start

The City of Pattonsburg’s Industrial Development Authority ( IDA), Department of Economic Development and K-Bar Incorporated recently announce the opening of a new manufacturing business to be housed in the former "Headwear USA" building in Pattonsburg’s Industrial District.

On April 6, a formal lease with option to purchase agreement was signed by Mayor Eugene Walker as representative of Pattonsburg, which currently owns the facility and by Keola Mediros, chief executive

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North Daviess Spanish classes produce films

The Spanish classes at North Daviess High School had the opportunity to take part in the Foreign Language Film Festival at the Central Missouri State University campus this year.

Each script had to be written entirely in Spanish, and the student actors had to speak fluently enough to get their point across. The video also had to have subtitles in English so that everyone could enjoy it.

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Lions All-Star includes players from Daviess County

Lions All-Star Basketball Classic will be held Saturday, June 4, at the Ketcham Center in Trenton.

2011 Boys Teams players from Daviess County are — Purple Team: Taylor Eoff of Gilman City; Gold Team: Nick Wilson of Gilman City and Josh Curtis of Pattonsburg. 2011 Girls Teams include — Purple Team: Hannah Sweet of Tri-County; White Team: Sarah Emerson of Pattonsburg and Rachel Brice of Winston; Black Team: Amber Mullen

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Gallatin Evening of the Arts is May 4

Gallatin will hold its Evening of the Arts on Wednesday, Mary 4, with a spring band concert and art show.

The band will perform several different genres of music. They will also feature the band’s contest pieces and some of the state solo and ensemble performers.

The art students will have work on display in the gym and can be viewed from 6:30 p.m until the concert begins at 7.

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Gallatin recognized for “Distinction in Performance”

The Gallatin R-5 School District was among 43 schools throughout Northwest Missouri to be recognized recently for their outstanding results on the Annual Performance Report, compiled by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). This school improvement model recognizes schools that have promoted the achievement of students through success in testing on core subjects on the annual MAP tests.

The banquet was held on the campus of Northwest Missouri

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