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Action Agency Summer Fund Used Up

Green Hills Community Action Agency has announced that its annual allotment of summer season emergency utility assistance funding has all been used up.

The GHCAA does not foresee receiving any additional money to use toward assistance with electric bills until the winter season begins – Oct. 1 (for elderly or disabled persons) and Nov. 1 (for all other households). Applications for the winter energy assistance season will not be available

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, July 28th, 2013:

Lake Viking

Pastor Robert Nelson preached a sermon “The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness,” using Isaiah 40:1-8, Matthew 3:1-6, Luke 3:3-16, Luke 1:5-17, Malachi 4:5-6, Matthew 11:7-15, and Luke 16:16. Following the worship service a large group went to Beach 2 for a baptism and picnic. There were 16 people who were baptized.

Saturday, August

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New Fire House Plans Announced for Gallatin

by Gallatin Fire Chief Doug Hamilton

After over 10 years of planning, a newly constructed fire station may become a reality.

For a while now, the Gallatin Fire Protection District has been planning and pursuing the process of a new building to house fire apparatus and allow its 24 volunteer firefighters to train and prepare for responses.

It began with a needs assessment determining the functionality on space for apparatus

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How Extension Can Help You with Horticulture

by Tim Baker, Northwest Region Horticulture Specialist

In my last column, I described the new county assignments for horticulture that University of Missouri Extension developed this year. While these assignments may give a good idea of what counties Extension Specialists will be concentrating their efforts in, they are not set in stone. Tom Fowler is the other Horticulture Specialist in our region. We both feel that when it comes to

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Fire Report for June and July

The Gallatin Fire Protection District released the following incident report for June and July 2013.

Volunteer Firefighters responded to the following calls with the date and time and locations listed:

6/3/13, 1302, Dispatched & canceled en-route, Jackson St & Maple St

6/13/13, 1453, Motor vehicle accident with injuries, Hwy M & Yale Ave, Mutual Aid Given

6/14/13, 0930, Public service assistance, other, Olive St

6/14/13, 1647, Motor vehicle accident with

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game…

 

 

Residents from Daviess County Nursing & Rehab enjoyed an evening out as they attended the Jamesport ice cream social and Amish versus English ball game. Pictured are residents Kenny and Kay Kordes and Charlotte King, office manager. [Submitted Photo]

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Route 6 Work Scheduled

Work is scheduled to begin Aug. 5 on a project on Route 6 in DeKalb and Daviess counties, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. A contract was awarded to APAC-Missouri for $3,116,755 to resurface and add shoulders to almost 24 miles of this roadway.

Contractor crews will overlay and add two-foot shoulders to 23.58 miles of Route 6 from Route 31 North in DeKalb County to U.S. Highway 69

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New Pastor Welcomed by First Baptist

Bro. Garrett and Jennifer Trunk with son, Silas, and pet, Sadie, when Silas was about six months old. [submitted photo]

Bro. Garrett and Jennifer Trunk with son, Silas, and pet, Sadie, when Silas was about six months old [submitted photo]

Last Sunday’s worship services marked the official tenure of Bro. Garrett Trunk as pastor of Gallatin First Baptist Church. Bro. Garrett and his wife, Jennifer, and 2-year-old son, Silas, have

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Drummond Receives Outstanding Citizen

Robert H. Drummond, Gladstone, music teacher at North Daviess, recently received the Missouri House of Representative Outstanding Missouri Citizen Resolution in honor of his dedicated service as music educator in Missouri and for his lifetime accomplishments in music. Missouri Representative Bryan Spencer of Wentzville presented the resolution to Mr. Drummond on July 13 at a ceremony in Rolla. Missouri Representative Dr. Keith J. Frederick from Rolla and Missouri Representative Jon

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