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License Reinstated for Homestead Creamery

JAMESPORT, MO — The State Milk Board, in conjunction with the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, has reinstated the plant license for Homestead Creamery of Jamesport. The facility was reinspected on Jan. 22, and the license to process manufacturing grade dairy products was reinstated. Consumers who may have products included in this month’s voluntary withdrawal of Homestead Creamery Flory’s Favorite chsses should

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Suspect Threatening School Taken into Custody

MAYSVILLE, MO — A DeKalb County man was identified by a member of the St. Joseph Police Department on Jan. 24 as making threats against Maysville High School, where he was a former student. The individual reportedly said he had been picked on and bullied by members of his senior class and by faculty during the year he graduated. Law authorities contacted the school and a lockdown was put into

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Letter to the Editor: On the News

Dear Editor:

Enjoyed your article on weather. Brings back many memories.

It was either 1955 or 1956 for our first T.V. Small screen black and white with usually one channel. Weather then only covered local, compared to now where each broadcast covers most of the world.

Was not too sophisticated then as I remember having to scoop a partly cloudy forecast.

I remember watching “The Dinah Shore Chevy Show.” One

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On the Street: Restaurants and Franchises

OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — Last week when I announced the remodel and expansion of McDonald’s of Chillicothe, I also reported there was no truth to McDonald’s building a second store in north Chillicothe. There is not likely to be any new restaurants or drive-ins or eating places in north Chillicothe at this time. There are several reasons for this – the cost of land adjacent to a federal or state highway,

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Fatal Shooting on Interstate 29 near Craig

CRAIG, MO — On Jan. 28, 2013, at approximately 2016 hours, a trooper stopped a southbound vehicle on Interstate 29, at the 91 mile marker, near Craig. A struggle ensued during the traffic stop and the trooper fatally shot the driver. The Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control is conducting the investigation.

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Capitol Perspectives: The Aircraft of Missouri’s Governors

by Phill Brooks

What is it about planes and travel that make Missouri governors willing to risk so much to get out of the governor’s office?

Our state has a long history of governors getting themselves in trouble because of planes and travel — even for the travel expenses of their food. The latest controversy arose after lawmakers discovered the state administration had spent $5.6 million to purchase a new,

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GHCAA Helps with Heating Bills

GHCAA has helped thousands of households with their heating bills this winter using the ECIP (Emergency Crisis Intervention Program) funding made available by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and funded by grants appropriated from the federal government. LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program) applicants are eligible for a one-time EA (Emergency Assistance) payment to help with a utility bill such as electric, gas, or propane,

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Good Thinking: The World of Instant Replay

by Dr. Don Kuehle

I enjoyed watching the Play-Offs and the Super Bowl Game. There were shouts of joy as the winning team celebrates. There were tears of frustration and sorrow as the losers hang their heads and walk off the field. Now, through the miracle of Instant Replay, both winners and losers could relive this event again and again.

Life is made up of “Wins” and “Losses.” We all

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Bulldogs Upset Top-Seeded Spartans in Overtime

Daniel earns MVP award

Gallatin’s boys jumped on the back of senior Dexter Daniel in overtime and rode to a 78-75 upset victory over top-seeded Richmond in Saturday night’s championship game of the Hamilton Tournament.

Daniel scored a career-high 34 points, including seven in OT, but it was perhaps his defensive skills that tipped the scales toward a GHS victory as time wound down in both regulation and overtime.

Gallatin’s Tristyn Siegel passes over the top of Richmond’s defense during second half action of Saturday’s consolation final of the Hamilton Tournament.

Chris

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