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Capitol Report: Special Session 2013

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Last week on Black Friday, Gov. Jay Nixon announced his intentions to call the Missouri General Assembly back to Jefferson City for a special legislative session to convene on Dec. 2. The purpose of his call is to modify and expand four tax programs in order for Missouri to submit a financial proposal (tax exemptions and direct subsidies) to Boeing Corporation in hopes of recruiting

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Florence Imogene Robertson Southers 1916-2013

Imogene R. Southers passed away peacefully at Shirkey’s Nursing Home in Richmond, Mo., on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013. She was 97 years old.

Imogene was born to Pearl and Edwin Robertson May 26, 1916, in Brimson. She was united in marriage to Russell D. Robertson in 1940, until Russell’s death June 1967. She married George Southers in 1971 and traveled a great deal overseas and to many states until his

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Missing Teen from Cameron, MO

David-Allen-Bell

 

The Cameron Police Department wants the public’s help in locating a local teen who’s been missing for over two weeks. David Allen Bell, 16, was last seen in his hometown on Nov. 11. He has brown hair and hazel eyes, is 5’8″ and 185 pounds, and has a small gap between his front teeth. He’s considered an endangered runaway and could be in Bethany, St. Joseph, or Dallas, Tex.

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Opportunities for Giving Abound

In an effort to make this holiday season a little brighter the Gallatin Police have once again joined together with the Adventist Community Service Center and the United States Marine Corps to bring the Toys for Tots program back to Gallatin.

Pictured are Marie Toney, volunteer, Bill and Karen Reed, Seventh-day Adventist; and Winston FFA members Gillian Heldenbrand, Dalton Youtsey, Aaron Piburn, and Georgia Caldwell. [Submitted Photo]

This year collection

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Horse Ranch Offers Ride in Clouds for the Disabled

“Walk on!”

With those words a miracle happened at Green Acres Riding Center in rural Jamesport. They were the first words a disabled three-year-old girl ever spoke. She spoke them to Chipper, her therapeutic riding horse.

“Before she began riding she was able to sign, but not speak,” said Patti Gillham, certified instructor at the therapeutic horse ranch. “The children learn two instructions when riding — walk on and whoa.

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The Wild Side of an Amish Business

These 16 pallets of black walnuts will soon be on their way to Hammons in Stockton, Mo. The company is family owned and has been in business for over 60 years. Joe Gingerich gets a lot of help from his grandchildren, including Adam.

It wasn’t a bumper year for black walnuts but it was a lot better than last year, according to Joe Gingerich, whose home on Prairie Avenue five

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More on MULES

Gallatin city minutes

City Administrator Johnson discussed the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) and Daviess County Central 911 with the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their meeting held Monday, Nov. 25.

Bills in the amount of $24,642.14 were approved.

Discussion was held on equipment listed for auction by the city on Purplewave and the Christmas trees around the square.

Ewell Lawson and Floyd Gilzow with Missouri Public Utilities Alliance

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Bulldogs Open With Pair of Wins Against Pattonsburg

Gallatin varsity basketball squads opened the 2013-14 season Tuesday night with a pair of road wins against the Pattonsburg Panthers.

The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to a 23-8 lead and held that spread for four quarters in downing the Lady Panthers, 57-43, in non-conference play.

Sara Lin tossed in 17 points and Kailey Salmon added 13 for Gallatin. Kelly Warford led all scorers for Pattonsburg with 20 points.

The Bulldogs

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Conrad Carder d. November 27, 2013

Conrad (Connie) L. Carder, 78, died Wednesday, Nov. 27, at his home in Gallatin. A Celebration of Life will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30,  at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be to the Gallatin First Christian Church Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home. Full obituary in next week’s paper.

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