The motion for continuance in the federal case against Pauline Froman in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri has been granted and the trial set for Nov. 28, 2011.
Continue reading Pauline Froman trial set for Nov. 28
Justice Fry, son of Nicole and Barron Gann, received an unexpected birthday surprise when he got to meet and then wrestle with Franklin Roberto "Bobby" Lashley, a two-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Champion.
Continue reading Justice Fry gets the undisputed champion of birthday gifts
The deer had 15 points, all scorable. It weighed around 250 pounds and the unofficial Pope and Young score is 153 7/8. The Jeffers family lives in Gallatin. Jordan, 17, is a senior at GHS. [Submitted Photo]
Continue reading Jordan Jeffers takes 15 point deer
by Wayne Flanary Regional Agronomist, CPAg, CCA
Continue reading Tillage considerations for flooded soils
Leota Snyder will be celebrating her 80th birthday on Monday, Oct. 31. She would love to hear from all of her friends. Cards may be sent to 19479 240th St., Jameson, Mo., 64647.
Continue reading Leota Snyder turns 80
by Tim Baker, Northwest Region Horticulture Specialist
Continue reading Measures to fight bacterial canker in tomatoes
Bert Chumley, 33, Jameson, received serious injuries in a motorcycle accident that happened at about 4:10 p.m. on Oct. 22, in Harrison County.
Continue reading Motorcycle going too fast for curve, driver seriously hurt; child injured in seperate accident
by Gallatin Police Chief Mark Richards
Continue reading Halloween safety for kids
Between 10,000 to 15,000 bushels of corn is pictured emptied onto the asphalt lot at Nalle’s Feed and Grain off of Hwy. 6 northeast of Gallatin this past week, after all the bins were full.
Continue reading Grain is overflowing the brim
Representatives from the Jameson Community Betterment (JCB) organization accepted the third place plaque and cash award for the group’s work over the past year.
Continue reading Jameson Community Betterment awarded third place in state competition
Access II, located at 101 Industrial Parkway in Gallatin, will hold an Halloween Spooktacular from 5-8 p.m. on Oct. 31 for kids of all ages.
Continue reading Access II holds Halloween Spooktacular, other events
Dr. Eugene Story will be expanding his veterinary practice to include an office in Cameron. Story has purchased the former Cameron Veterinary Clinic, located at 720 South Orange Street in Cameron, from Dr. Gerald Rainey who is retiring. Dr. Rainey was in the building for 42 years.
Continue reading Story expands vet practice to Cameron, change name to “Farm and Friend”
Please bring your expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs and dispose of them by dropping them off in the west parking lot of the Daviess County Courthouse in Gallatin from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. The service is free and anonymous; no questions asked.
Continue reading Missouri casts a wide net for prescription drugs on Oct. 29!
Jason Mercer was appointed Public Works Director for the city of Gallatin during a regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen held Oct. 24.
Continue reading City appoints Public Works Director
Someone asked me the other day when I was bragging about my service in two wars, etc., who was President when I was born. That took me by surprise, because I hadn’t thought about that for a long time. My mind just went blank, so when I got home I hurried to my book, "Presidential Anecdotes" and felt ashamed that I didn’t remember President Woodrow Wilson was the man. I
Thomas Jefferson is best remembered as the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence. He also served as third President of the United States, the second Vice President of the United States, the first Secretary of State and the Governor of Virginia. He knew a thing or two about how government works.
Continue reading Local control
Was it July or August? It was one of those hot summer months when I noticed one of the vacant stores at a nearby strip mall had reopened as Halloween City, one stop shopping for all your Halloween needs. Excuse me, all of your Halloween needs? What happened to a pumpkin, a candle and candy?
Continue reading Cut to the Chase: Hooked on Halloween
It was doubt that got us all into trouble! Adam and Eve resided in Paradise; they had it all. They had more than enough food and shelter; they received more than enough love and acceptance from God; they enjoyed the satisfaction of working alongside God; they were surrounded by the protective limits God had set. But Satan planted doubts in their minds – Eve: "God said that we can’t touch
Americans, we have the privilege and the responsibility to participate in the process of democracy. There is no other country in the world that holds elections as frequently as us and there is no other country that symbolizes freedom like us.
Continue reading Capitol Report: Ensuring integrity in our elections
Funeral services for Juanita Earnest will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Cameron. Visitation will be 12:30 p.m. until service time at the church. Arrangements were by Brown Funeral Home, Cameron. Interment is at Mounds Park Cemetery, Lilbourn, on Oct. 27. Memorials may be made to Cameron Comfort Care Hospice; Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Cameron; or the Dunklin County Library, 209
Dennis Lee Minnick was the son of the late Louis J. Minnnick and Madeline (Peterson) Minnick of Payson, Utah. He is the nephew of Barbara E. Macy, Gallatin, Mo.
Continue reading Dennis Lee Minnick 1946-2011
Ben B. Houghton, son of Marshall Scott Houghton and Viva Mae Johnson Wynne Houghton, was born June 20, 1951, in St. Joseph, Mo. He departed his earthly life on Oct. 21, 2011, at the age of 60 years and four months after a struggle of several years with cancer and associated complications. A memorial service will be held at the First Christian Church in Gallatin at 11 a.m. on Thursday,
by Dennis Croy, Superintendent Gallatin R-5 School District
It seems like school was just starting a week or two ago, and now here we are, and the first quarter is coming to a close. We have had a great start to the year. Things at R-5 have been progressing smoothly. I wanted to take this opportunity to fill everyone in on some of the activities and educational topics that affect
Donut eating participants during the Gallatin FFA Barnwarming activities held recently are pictured, left to right, Logan Jeffers, Colton Beck and Trystan Sunby. Hannah Boyd was crowned Queen and Dexter Daniel was crowned King during the event. Other activities included an apple cider chugging contest. [Submitted Photo]
Continue reading Gallatin Barnwarming full of fun