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2014 Tax Sale Notice

The Daviess County Collector of Revenue announces properties for sale due to unpaid taxes.

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Pass the Gravy, Please

Dw.cdrBoy, can my mom make good gravy!

Every evening I’d come in from the chores and into the kitchen with a bucket of fresh milk. She’d be standing over the stove or over that 3-legged electric skillet (worked too good to throw away) browning the last piece of meat. When I heard flour sizzling in the meat drippings, I knew I had just enough time to wash up and take

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James George Jincks 1935-2013

James George Jincks, 77, Gallatin, (formerly of Jameson, Mo.) passed away Saturday, July 27, 2013, at his home.

He was born Oct. 13, 1935, in Ridgeway, Mo., the son of Iven Harrington and Ola Bernice (Hartness) Jincks.

On July 26, 1975, he married Peggy Rusco of Jameson. He also became dad to Dena Rusco the same day. Peggy survives of the home.

James graduated high school from Mt. Moriah in

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Primms Celebrate 40th Wedding Anniversary

 

Linda and David Primm will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Monday, Aug. 5. They were married Aug. 5, 1973, in Gallatin. David recently retired from teaching at Maryville and Linda (Huffman) teaches at Northeast Nodaway. They have two children, John and Heather, and one granddaughter, Isabella. [Submitted Photo]

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Letter to the Editor: Nullification

Dear Editor,

The age-old doctrine of state nullification is in the air across the United States, and of all the demographic groups, newspaper reporters and editors should be cheering the most – and not simply because it makes for interesting copy.

A few years ago not many would have guessed that this 215 year old doctrine would regain standing as an accepted political tool, but according to a May 6,

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Two Confirmed Cyclospora Cases in Missouri

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has been notified by health providers in Jackson and Taney County of two cases of Cyclospora.

The Missouri Dept of H&SS is currently working with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other agencies to investigate whether or not these cases are linked to cases in other states.

At this point, the source of the illnesses has not been confirmed. The Missouri

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Letter to the Editor: The Government

Dear Editor,

Move along folks, nothing to see here. Trust me. I’m from the government and I’m here to help. And why shouldn’t Missouri share your information about concealed carry permits? The federal government would never target one group over another in their taxing agency. And of course you know we’d NEVER ask your phone company to access everyone’s phone calls. Don’t you know there are laws to protect you

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Missouri Electric Co-op Youth Program Means Education, Fun

Chrissy Blundell, Dane Brammer, and Aubrey Nelson were among the 100 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Electric Cooperative CYCLE program.

Aubrey Nelson, Dane Brammer  and Chrissy Blundell, all of Gallatin, sponsored by Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Chillicothe, were among the 100 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Electric Cooperative CYCLE program. CYCLE stands for Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience. The conference

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Despite Lack of Local Offices, Programs Continue Assisting

The Green Hills Community Action Agency continues to provide poverty relief services to a nine county area in Northern Missouri, despite the continued lack of available funding to maintain local county office locations.

“It has been a continuing challenge,” an agency representative stated, “to make people aware that even though we can no longer meet with them locally face to face, we are still offering the same services and programs

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Heldenbrand Reunion

The descendants of John Heldenbrand will have their annual family reunion on Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013, at the Winston City Park.

A carry-in dinner will be at 12:45 p.m. Drinks and tableware will be provided. Besides food, bring photographs, yard games, horseshoes, lawn chairs, dad, mom, brothers, sisters, kids and grandkids, etc. Be prepared to have a good time, come early, stay late. All family and friends are invited.

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