A group of students from Winston High School recently performed their semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway trash pick up. Students represented FBLA, FFA and FCCLA organizations.
Two Kansas City residents were arrested in a traffic stop on I-35 on Sept. 20. Johnny S. Wooten, 24, Kansas City, was stopped for driving in the left lane while not passing other vehicles. Trooper Jason Cross placed Wooten under arrest when he learned of an active warrant out of Clinton County.
Wooten refused to give consent to a search of his vehicle. At that time, Trooper M.A.
Despite a single loss to Hamilton in conference play, Gallatin’s girls have finished with an 8-1 record, their best GRC showing since 2007.
Gallatin’s young softball team fulfilled its promise Tuesday against King City by rallying from a 5-2 deficit in the seventh inning to send the game into extra innings. The Lady Bulldogs came back with a run in the eighth and shut down the Lady Wildkats in the
Despite the success Gallatin had in moving the football against unbeaten Hamilton, the Bulldogs could not mount an efficient red zone attack that would translate into points.
The Hornets came away with a 28-8 win in the final Grand River Conference matchup between the two Highway 13 rivals, but they surely walked away with respect for a Bulldog team that kept the game in doubt until well into the second
We were late getting the newspaper printed last week, and heard plenty of negative comments (that’s ok, really… just shows you care, thank you).
Me? I was just happy it was printed at all.
Most of the previous weekend was spent installing a new brake system on our printing press. Then there were additional hours and problems aligning new procedures and pre-press methods, which we eventually resolved during the rest
Livingston County has the distinction of having a neighborhood which no one can definitely locate. They call it Poosey. It’s a name that tickles the fancy and stimulates the imagination. It is a state of mind; it’s boundaries are where one chooses to say they are. Such is the Kingdom of Poosey, often referred to as being "just a mile on down the road" or "over the next hill."
The Missouri Department of Conservation will hold the annual fall driving tour through the Poosey Conservation Area on Sunday, Oct. 16.
This will be the 25th year that the Poosey Conservation Area has opened its roads and trails to the public to view examples of the Department’s habitat management practices and to see vibrant fall colors.
This year the highlight will be the International Year of Forests. Displays will highlight
The bridge is located approximately six miles east of Hwy. 13 in Daviess county. Route M was closed for several weeks for the bridge replacement project. Pictured from left to right are Dave Lare with KTU Constructors (design-build contract), Pat Bartley and Allison Quinn, Phillips
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