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Weekly road work for Daviess

The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in the Northwest Missouri region for the week of April 23-27, 2012, in Daviess County.

Route E – Closed at the Grindstone Creek bridge for a Safe & Sound bridge project. Possibly reopening the week of May 26. Route CC – Closed at the Dog Creek bridge for a Safe & Sound bridge project. Possibly reopening the week

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Route CC is open

Route CC in Daviess County at the Dog Creek Bridge is now open for travel ahead of schedule. The Missouri Department of Transportation announced the bridge replacement project on Route CC, located approximately one and a half miles south of Route HH, would be closed for six to eight weeks beginning March 12.

The Dog Creek Bridge was built in 1953 and has been replaced with a new bridge under

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Jail board meets April 27

The Daviess DeKalb Regional Jail Board will meet at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 27, in the training trailer. Old business will cover SRI Contractors (roof) and CHP Medical Inmate Contract. The financial report is also on the agenda.

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Women’s Clinic at Hamilton

Green Hills Community Action Agency will be having a Women’s Clinic from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1:30-5 p.m. on May 15 at the Hamilton Methodist Church, 104 Samuel, in the Fellowship Hall. For appointment call toll free 1-877-6611-7600.

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Free skin cancer screenings at the Health Department

The Daviess County Health Department will be offering a free skin cancer screening service on Thursday, May 10, (by appointment only) at their office located on south Main Street in Gallatin.

Skin cancer continues to be on the rise. The American Cancer Society estimated in 2011 that melanoma (just one type of skin cancer) accounted for 70,230 of the cases of skin cancer in the United States. This is an

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Post Scripts: Choose to have happy thoughts

I thought I’d write about how we could help our government fix all its problems but changed my mind after a couple more sad things appeared on internet today.

Every day we get something saying how terrible things are going with our government I never know what to believe and what not to. So I decided to write about some happy thoughts I found in Dick Enberg’s book, “Humorous Quotes

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Poosey Digest: Prom priorities

Greetings from Poosey.

Jeff Washburn was one of the finest young men to come out of our local high school. Intelligent, witty, and caring aren’t words necessarily associated with teenagers, but Jeff was the sort of boy whom everyone would have gladly adopted as their own son.

Jeff’s family was far from affluent and when it came time for college it was his hard work alone that secured enough scholarship

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National Day of Prayer is May 3

The area Ministerial Alliance invites the community to meet at the flag pole on the east side of the courthouse at noon on Thursday, May 3, to join in a community prayer for our nation.

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Increase flood control storage

by Congressman Sam Graves

There are a great many people in Washington D.C. who believe that all the wisdom in the country is located there. I don’t happen to believe that. In fact, I believe that many of the common sense solutions we need can be found far away from the Capitol.

Take for instance, last year’s devastating flood along the Missouri River. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tells

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