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Blasts from the Past

June 4, 2003

Northwest Missouri State University presented Roxanne Hostetler, a fall 2003 freshman political science/pre-law major, with the prestigious Jim Plowman Scholarship. Roxanne is the daughter of Donna Hostetler of Gallatin.

Winston R-6 student Darcy Kumm recently received news that she has been selected to participate in the High School Mini Medical School Program offered by the University of Missouri School of Medicine. Darcy’s parents are Vicki Kumm and

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Gallatin FFA Holds 68th Banquet, Honors Achievements

2013-14 Gallatin FFA Officer Team

On May 8, the FFA Chapter held its 68th annual Parent/Member Banquet with 142 guests, members, and parents in attendance. The evening began with opening ceremonies by the 2012-13 officer team, a welcome from Superintendent Dennis Croy, and the invocation by FFA Advisor Chris Henderson. The FFA chapter provided BBQ pork and potatoes prepared by Jessie Toney. Other food was prepared by guests, members, and

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North Daviess Staff Gets Raise

North Daviess school board minutes

A salary increase of 1.5% was approved for certified and support staff for 2013-2014 school year during the meeting of the North Daviess Board of Education held Monday, May 13. The extra duty salaries were also approved and were unchanged from last year.

Summer maintenance projects include painting the boys’ and girls’ locker rooms, the gym and one classroom. The board approved $2,500 for the

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Rotary Names Club Champion

The Gallatin Rotary Club has named Rotarian Vicki Corwin as the Club Champion 2012-2013. Besides being the club’s treasurer, Vicki is always thinking about and promoting Rotary projects and causes whether at the local or international level.

Vicki received a certificate and pin for her hard work at the noon meeting of the Gallatin Rotary Club on May 7. Shown in the photo with Vicki are Gallatin Club President Kyle

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City May Raise Rates to Pay for Electricity

Gallatin city minutes

City Administrator Zac Johnson discussed possible utility rate increases with the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their meeting held Monday, May 27. Mr. Johnson said the city is looking at all utilities, water, sewer, and electric after receiving projections from MoPEP for wholesale electricity for the remainder of the year. MoPEP — Missouri Public Energy Pool — supplies 35 cities with their full requirement’s electric supply.

“We

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Winston HS Students on Honor Roll List

Winston High School recently announced its fourth quarter honor roll.

“A” Honor Roll: Drew Neth, Riley Christensen, Delilah Gadd, Gillian Heldenbrand, Craig Lewis, Josie McFee, Monica Whitaker, Dalton Youtsey, Kaytlyn Barnes, Renae Brice, Morgan Farrell, Carly Gordon, Skylar Hall, Jordan Leonard, Clint Alexander, Bailey Curtis, Angelica Franke, Miranda Weigand, Candice Eads, Kayla Eisman, Rebecca Hiley, Kayliss Livengood, Jordan Davis, Kristen Heldenbrand, Robert Keeper, Courtney Riggs, Denise Weigand.

“B” Honor Roll:

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‘Vehicle Unlocking’ Poll Closes

Our recent online survey about whether a vehicle unlocking service provided by the Gallatin PD is an acceptable courtesy to the community, or unfair competition to local locksmiths, has come to an end.

View the completed poll HERE. Read a related letter to the editor HERE.

The poll, which ran for three weeks and was conducted anonymously, garnered a total of 134 responses. Of those votes, 109 (81%)

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Capitol Report: Broad-Based Tax Relief

by State Rep. Casey Guernsey

Currently the House has adjourned until September for the annual veto session. I have been able to catch up on my “to do” list… well, at least a couple of those items. I’ve also been able to spend time with my family and begin planning several events for the interim in district.

I am very much looking forward to seeing everyone again. I will be

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The Poosey Digest: When Water’s High

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Wet doesn’t even describe what we’ve experienced this spring, as the sun has been a stranger since the end of winter. Record rainfall totals dominate the Midwest headlines in many places, and those living near the rivers find themselves living in them as storm after storm buffets the country’s midsection.

Some blame the rising rivers on our system of levees that have continued

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