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Wake Up, Sleepy Head

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Romans 13:8 tells me to owe nothing to anyone except love. That is because I have no ability to love on my own. Every ounce of love that goes from me to another, originated in God.

I am commanded to love because God first loved me. I will never be able to match that love. Because God will never cease to love me, i.e. His love

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Cut to the Chase: The Face of Farming and Ranching

by Rebecca French Smith

Last week was both an exciting and disturbing week for agriculture. The U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance named their inaugural Faces of Farming and Ranching program winners. The four winners are farmers who will be promoting agriculture and talking to consumers about their farms and what they do to make sure the food they raise is done with care.

Missouri Farm Bureau board member and hog

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Dogs Knock Cats from Top of GRC Ladder

The Bulldogs kept alive hopes for at least a share of the Grand River Conference basketball title Tuesday night with a 51-49 win over previously unbeaten Braymer.

The outcome was in the balance until the final horn. Daltonn Tompkins banked a shot off the glass with 15 seconds left to give Gallatin the lead.

Braymer called time out to set up a final shot. Kyjuan Johnson threw the ball in

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Big Tests Ahead, GHS Girls Still Alive in GRC Race

It wasn’t pretty, but Gallatin’s girls kept their name on the list of GRC title contenders Tuesday with a 49-43 win over Braymer.

The Lady Bulldogs survived a sloppy first half from both teams with three starters, Kailey Elbert, Kailey Salmon and Sara Lin, in serious foul trouble with three personals each. Only Salmon fouled late in the contest.

Braymer led, 29-22, at the break but three straight buckets off

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Four Ladies, 308 Years of Faithful Service

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Nina, Viva, and Frances with their framed certificates.

Nina Clevenger, Viva Houghton and Frances Wynne were honored at the Sunday worship service at Daviess County Nursing Home on Jan. 27.  Maxine Whitt was also honored the same day at Cameron Manor Nursing Home.

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Maxine Whitt

The four ladies have been active members at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Gallatin for 77 years, having been baptized in 1935. Nina,

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Capitol Report: No Budget, No Pay

by Congressman Sam Graves

There is a saying that there is no such thing as a free lunch. If you want to get paid, you have to do your job. A lot of people ask me, why does Congress get paid if they don’t do their job and pass a budget? It’s a good question.

Last week the House passed a bill that will require both chambers to pass a

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Still Time to Register for Polar Plunge

The Lake Viking Polar Bear Plunge will take place on Saturday, Feb. 2, with registration at 12 noon and the plunge at 2 p.m. (The time for the plunge was reported incorrectly as 2:30 p.m. in last week’s North Missourian.)

Last year for the first time a Polar Bear Strut 5K walk/run was added and that registration begins at 8 a.m. with the Strut at 10 a.m. There is a

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North Daviess Students Nominated for Awards

North Daviess R-3 senior Anna Morris has been nominated for the “Missouri Award for Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship” sponsored by the Missouri Bar Advisory Committee on Citizenship Education. Senior Rachel McMahon has been nominated for the Herff Jones “Believe in You” Scholarship and Principal’s Award.

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Locals Receive Recognition from Special Olympics

special olymicsJim, Judy and Pierce Rash were nominated as the Outstanding Family for 2012 during the 2013 Special Olympics Missouri Leadership Conference held in Branson on Jan. 26-27.

In 2008 the Rashes were asked to help with the Lake Viking Polar Bear Plunge which raises money for the Northwest Area Athletes in Special Olympics. Their son Pierce had participated in Special Olympics while they lived in Las Vegas and they were

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