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Fountain repaired

A 2-person drinking fountain at Dockery Park was recently repaired and returned to service in time for July 4th and other summertime activites. Gallatin Park Board supplied new faucets and board president Mike Butcher donated his labor to repair the fountain following vandalism damage. The drinking fountain was a park improvement initially developed by Gallatin Rotary Club, an improvement project funded by the club and spearheaded by the late

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Local athletes compete at ESPN Wide World of Sports

Morgan Horvatin and Aubrey Nelson returned home Sunday after competing this past week in Florida in the 16A Girls Softball Fast Pitch World Series. The World Series sanctioned by the USSSA organization was made up of traveling teams from all over the United States.

Teams competing in this world series had to qualify and be chosen by the USSSA Softball Organization. The week-long event was held inside the ESPN Wide

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Rep. Guernsey to speak at Farm Bureau event

Daviess County Farm Bureau will conduct its annual meeting Friday, Aug. 3, 2012, at the Gallatin Lions Club Building located at 801 West Grand Street.

State Representative Casey Guernsey will be guest speaker. A short business meeting will convene at 6 p.m. followed by an evening meal. Door prizes will be given away during the evening.

This is a public meeting, but those planning to attend are asked to RSVP

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Gallatin youth help

Youth from Gallatin First Baptist Church completed a work mission at Joplin July 16-21, volunteering to help the city rebound from a devastating EF-5 tornado which occurred there 14 months ago. The volunteers helped in distributions at a warehouse, repaired an entry ramp to an elderly person’s residence, and performed maintenance at Camp Hope while visiting and witnessing with tornado survivors. Shown, from left to right, are: Caleb Michael, Angel

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Michaels celebrate 69th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michael of Trenton, formerly of Jamesport, will celebrate their 69th wedding anniversary on Friday, Aug. 3. They were married in Trenton on Aug. 3, 1943, by Rev. J.E. Todd.

They have two sons, David of Gallatin and Dick of Blue Springs; six grandchildren, including Doug Michael of Gallatin, Hollie Shippy of Blue Springs, Tim Michael, Rebekah Reece and Sarah Mayo all of Lee’s Summit and Katie

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, July 31, 2012.

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Russell Heldenbrand reported July 31 that a truck battery and a set of tools had been taken from MFA Oil, where he is employed. The items, valued at $290, were found to be missing when he came to work on Monday.

Donald Herington, 29, Independence, was arrested July 29

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Regional jail switches food vendors

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail’s kitchen is feeling the heat from rising food prices caused by the prolonged drought, according to head cook Connie Spiers, who presented her research to the jail board at their regular meeting held Friday, July 27. The cost of meat and milk is expected to increase by 30% in the next few months. The jail decided to go with a new food vendor in hopes of

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Worth the wait

Motorists in the Gallatin area encountered lane closure work zones on Friday, July 27, as Herzog Contracting began a resurfacing project on three blocks of shoulders on Hwy. 13 from the Post Office to Shopko. Herzog expects to complete the pavement overlay portion of this project in mid-August. MoDOT crews have also begun prepping Hwy. 13 in Hamilton for an overlay project. [Staff Photo/TLH]

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On the Street: Groundbreaking for new hospital

by Chuck Haney

CHILLICOTHEThe City of Chillicothe is about to embark on the largest project in its 175-year history when ground is officially broken for a new $30 million critical access hospital along with an adjoining medical office building.

The ceremonial ground-breaking is set for today, Aug. 1, at 4:30 p.m. on property once owned by the Rex Marshall family near Mohawk Road and US Hwy. 65. Entrance

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