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Two More Endorse Medicaid Expansion

ALBANY, MO — Two local organizations have joined the growing number of health care providers, Missouri chambers of commerce, businesses and patients supporting Medicaid expansion in the state. The Albany Chamber of Commerce and the Northwest Medical Center Board of Directors passed resolutions backing Gov. Jay Nixon’s plush to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The expansion aims to provide health coverage to more than 250,000 low-income Missouri residents

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Country Music Artist Launches Second CD Release

EDGERTON, MO — Due to the success of his initial CD release party for album Forget in Blue Springs earlier this month, country recording artist Matt Snook has scheduled a second CD release party to be held Friday, April 5, at No Place in St. Joseph beginning at 6p.m. Snook held his initial CD release show at the Skylight Bar and Grill on March 9th with an overwhelming turnout of

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Changes Announced at Stanberry Center

STANBERRY, MO — Thanks to contributions from local organizations, businesses and individuals the Community Center has a new roof and suspended ceiling tiles. Planned renovations to happen this summer include the remodeling of the restroom areas. The goal is to update and make them handicap accessible. The management has also changed. After several years of managing the Stanberry Area Community Center, Rick and Mary McMillen have turned that duty over

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Tri-County R-7 Recognized for Performance

JAMESPORT, MO — Students and staff of the Tri-County District recently received the Distinction in Performance Award, presented by the Missouri Association of School Administrators. This award is in recognition for the district receiving a perfect 14 out of 14 in areas of academic achievement such as MAP scores and ACT, college and career readiness, attendance, and graduation rate. The criteria for achievement is determined by the Missouri Department of

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Two Donations Benefit SALT, Chula Fire Department

CHILLICOTHE, MO — Joan Hopper of Chillicothe has been selected as a winner in America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities gives farmers the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation to direct to their favorite local nonprofit organizations. To further support counties that have been declared disaster areas due to drought by the USDA, winning farmers in these counties were able to double the donation —

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Volunteers Working for Youth, Family Center

CHILLICOTHE, MO — Volunteers are working to remodel the old Savage Grocery building, to make way for the North Missouri Center for Youth and Families. Walls are being constructed for a fully functioning kitchen where the meat counter used to be. Several other walls were formed, as well as prepped for paint while the old ceiling tiles were removed in the main area. This work was done during the second

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GHS Juniors Picked for Next Girls State Session

Two Gallatin R-5 juniors were recently selected to attend Missouri Girls State at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg during the month of June.

This year’s delegates from Gallatin High School are (left to right) Kailey Elbert and Mary King. Kailey is sponsored by the local Beta Sigma Chapters. Mary is sponsored by the Gallatin Lions and Rotary organizations.

Girls State is hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary and

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Call for Nominations: Most Endangered Historic Places

Missouri Preservation has announced a call for nominations to its List of Most Endangered Historic Places for 2013. Missouri Preservation is a statewide non-profit historic preservation advocacy organization aimed at preserving place and community for future generations of Missourians. The first of its Most Endangered announcements was made in 2000 and was instituted as a media campaign aimed at calling attention to endangered historic resources throughout Missouri, serving as a

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Officer Training Nearly Complete, Website in Progress

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Assistant Administrator Edmon Howard updated the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board on training being done for officers during the meeting held March 27. Training includes sexual harassment, use of force, report writing, stun cuff, mace, etc. Three fourths of the staff has completed training. Kim Grebner will instruct the taser training.

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