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Woman Dwarfed by Her Nine-Foot Tomato Plant

SAVANNAH, MO — Pearl Trimmer, an 89-year-old gardener, planted a single tomato plant on July 2, and since then it’s grown over double the size of typical plants. Trimmer started with a standard round and metal stand to spur growth, and has had to “upgrade” her stakes three times. She currently uses two extended trestles, and the tomato plant reaches a towering nine feet. It’s a Super Tasty Hybrid (Burpee

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New Book Group to Begin

CHILLICOTHE, MO — Jean Looff, a staff member at the Livingston County Library, will lead a new book group, Book Talk Live!, beginning at noon on Thursday, September 5. Meetings will be in the Smithson Room, 2nd floor, on the first Thursday of each month. All are invited to participate. No books will be assigned, this is intended as a gathering for adults who are avid readers and would like

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New Helicopter Planned for Trenton LifeFlight

The helicopters in use at both the Trenton and Harrisonville, Mo., LifeFlight facilities are about ten years old and, as a result, have many hours on them. So, plans have been made to purchase two new helicopters. Pilot training will take place after delivery, which is planned for December, and each should be in service sometime in January.

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Man Cited with Neglect and Cruelty of Animals

CHILLICOTHE, MO — One dog and sixteen rabbits were recently removed from the Chillicothe home of James Venneman after suspected abuse of animals was reported to police. Multiple animals were found without adequate food, or enough water for current weather conditions, and most were found in critical health condition. Venneman was cited with both animal cruelty and neglect.

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Opera House Burned Down, Owner Missing

MAITLAND, MO — Not only did the Maitland Opera House burn down last Saturday, but its owner Kenneth Rainwater, 66, who lived at the House, has been missing since the same day. Rainwater was recently released from jail on $50,000 bond, after being charged with possession of child pornography, and he was scheduled for a court appearance on Wednesday. Evidence has since been found in both his car and at

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Winners of GPC Ticket Giveaway

Kanden and Skye Uthe from Winston are pictured holding four tickets they won from the Gallatin Publishing Company. Kanden and Skye’s mother was the first to correctly answer a trivia question on the GPC Facebook page on Wednesday, Aug. 28, to receive the free tickets. The tickets were to the MU Tigers vs Murray State football game with kickoff Saturday, Aug. 31, at Columbia. It was GPC’s thanks for “liking” 

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Teenage Driver, Passenger Seriously Injured in Wreck

A teenager and a woman from Maysville were seriously injured after a vehicle crash on Route A about five miles north of Maysville at about 12:50 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27.

According to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 13-year-old Brilyn Harmon was driving a Chevrolet Uplander southbound on Route A when he veered off the east side of the road. He attempted to correct his steering before

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Burning Up the Roads on a Western Fire

 

 

Tommy McWilliams, 83, Gallatin, bikes a couple of miles every day and was out biking despite the 90 degree temperatures on Friday, Aug. 30. Tommy visits the Active Aging Resource Center in Gallatin three or four times a week. “He is a great volunteer,” said Deanna. “He helps deliver meals and is our all-around handyman. Anything you ask him, he’ll do it.” He is pictured with Administrator Deanna

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Man Shorn of Sheer Receives Sum

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Some confusion over the sale of a sheer was ironed out by the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen during their meeting held Wednesday, Aug. 14. The metal sheer was located inside the factory building which was owned by the city. A lease purchase agreement for the building was signed by Rob Bozarth. Council members agreed that the money from the sale of the sheer should therefore go to

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