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Post Scripts: Methodist Celebration Brings Back Memories

PostScripts_WPThe Gallatin United Methodist Church will be celebtrating 100 years in the same building next Sunday, April 7. How we wish we could be there to help in the celebration.

We moved to Gallatin in March, 1952, just after I returned from the Korean War to operate the Gallatin newspapers for Scout Harrison, who wanted to go help General Dwight Eisenhower win the presidency. The agreement was made that if

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The Shepherd Calls: Gorgeous Grass

ShepherdCalls_WPA gorgeous green ground cover has captured our lawn like a carpet. I have seen little patches of it in the yard before, but never like this. It is everywhere. I have no idea what it’s called, but it’s beautiful. Not only is it brilliant green, but it is salted with tiny white flowers that sparkle against the dark green like stars in the night sky.

A daughter and her

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Glenn Mayo 1936-2013

Glenn R. Mayo, formerly of Lake Viking, died March 14, 2013. Glenn was born in New York on March 7, 1936, and was raised in Corning, Iowa.

He served in the Army where he played drums and sang in a small band, and was once honored as soldier of the month. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Journalism.

Glenn began a life-long advertising career with

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Good Thinking: Is It God’s Will or Not?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

I stood by the bedside of a man who had been seriously injured in an accident. If he lived, he would be paralyzed for the rest of his life. I overheard a member of his family comment: “He’ll be alright – IF it’s God’s will.”

I stood in a funeral home, trying to comfort the family of a young man who had died prematurely. Through her

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Mill Remnants Found for Rosendale’s Namesake

ROSENDALE, MO — Preserving archeological sites is partly the responsibility of the Missouri Department of Transportation, especially when preforming bridge replacements. One example is when MoDOT replaces a bridge over the 102 River here this summer. Ogle’s Mill, the name of an 1800′s water power grist mill, was located near the south side of the current State Highway 48 bridge. A team of archeological engineers from MoDOT investigated the site

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Medicaid Expansion to Impact Wright Memorial Hospital

TRENTON, MO — Daniel Landon, senior vice president of governmental relations with the Missouri Hospital Association, recently spoke to the topic of Medicaid expansion, which began as part of the “Obamacare” legislation passed in 2010. States have been given the option to adopt expansion of Medicaid, which would allow for the federal government to pay all costs associated with adding new Medicaid recipients over the next three years. After that

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4 More Confirmed Deer Disease Cases

NORTH MISSOURI — Four new cases of chronic wasting disease in deer have been confirmed. The Missouri Department of Conservation reports that four free-ranging deer were among about 100 deer killed in January and February in the 29-square-mile chronic wasting disease core area in Linn and Macon counties. The four new cases bring the state’s total confirmed cases of the disease to 10. All have been found in the small

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Photo Workshop Returns to Trenton This Fall

TRENTON, MO — The 65th Missouri Photo Workshop will be held in Trenton on Sunday, Sept. 22 to Saturday, Sept. 28. Every year for six decades the workshop has visited a small town in Missouri to document everyday life and capture the fascinating stories of the individuals that form the core and soul of that community. This will be the workshop’s second visit to Trenton, with the first in 1995.

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Photo Contest to Feature Northwest Missourians

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The entry deadline for the “North Missourians at Work and Play” photo contest is 5 p.m. Thursday, April 18. The contest is sponsored by the Chillicothe Area Arts Council. The juried contest includes three age divisions: youth 18 and under, adult professional (earns money through photography), and adult amateur. Monetary prizes will be awarded for the top three places in each age division. A $5 entry fee

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