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DNR hosting pesticide pickup in Macon

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will host an event Aug. 18 in Macon aimed at helping northeast Missouri residents rid their homes and farms of unwanted pesticides and related chemicals.

This event is one of several scheduled throughout the summer that will allow Missouri households and farmers to safely and legally dispose of pesticides, fungicides, insecticides, rodenticides, de-wormers, fly tags and fertilizers containing herbicides or pesticides.

The event runs

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Lighthouse Learning Center children visited the Active Aging Resource Center to sing for the monthly birthday party. Also singing happy birthday were Marcie Horner and Monica Fawson. [Submitted Photo]

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Girls softball to begin

Gallatin R-5 girls softball practice will begin Monday, Aug. 6, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.  Physicals are required to participate.

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Letter to the Editor: City’s response to shut-off policy

Editor’s note: The following is written in response to a Letter to the Editor previously submitted by Cindy O’Rourke of O’Rourke Wellness Center, Gallatin. In that letter, Mrs. O’Rourke questioned the city’s electricity shut-off policy.

by City Administrator Zac Johnson

The current City Council is saddled with the task of improving our financial situation. While each year we become more and more financially stable, we are constantly looking at ways

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Capitol Report: The importance of your vote

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Next week, on Aug. 7, Missourians will have the opportunity to exercise their constitutional right to vote. As usual, the August ballot will contain primary races at the federal, state, and local levels and a constitutional amendment, which if passed, will protect Missourian’s right to pray.

Since 2004, there has been an increase in the number of issues put directly before the voters. These ballot

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Letter to the Editor: Subscription to home

Dear Editor:

I would like to subscribe to the Gallatin North Missourian newspaper. I called a few days ago inquiring about the cost of the subscription. I was told $45, so I am enclosing a check for this amount.

I grew up in good old Daviess County, Liberty Township, and graduated from the Gallatin High School Class of ’47. I attended the country Blue grade school. After high school I

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Church News

From area church services that were conducted Sunday, July 29, 2012:

 

Olive Baptist

Brother David’s Sunday morning message was “Beware of the Pride of Life” from I John 2. Sarah Ishmael’s children’s message was “Prissy Plant” from John 9. Our children sang “This Little Light of Mine” for our morning special. We continued our study on the book of Job during Sunday evening Bible study. We will hold our

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St. Joseph woman pleads guilty to conspiracy

NEWS RELEASE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY, WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI, DAVID M. KETCHMARK

St. Joseph Woman Pleads Guilty to $5 Million Conspiracy to Provide Thousands of Identity Documents to Illegal Aliens

KANSAS CITY, Mo.– David M. Ketchmark, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a St. Joseph, Mo., woman pleaded guilty in federal court today to her role in a more

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43rd Judicial District: About the juvenile office

Editor’s note: This column is a non-partisan article submitted by the joint effort of 43rd Circuit Judges Tom Chapman and Brent Elliott. The purpose of the article is to give residents a better understanding of the judicial system as well as specific operations within the Circuit. No explanation or example utilized herein should in any way be interpreted as reflecting the judges’ approval or disapproval of any law or

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