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Who gets granny’s pie plate?

Dr. Meridith Berry, Family Financial Education Specialist for the University of Missouri Extension, will be holding the workshop ‘Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?’ on July 21 at the Daviess County Library to discuss the importance of planning for the disposition of non-titled property prior to death. Non-titled property refers to personal property or possessions that do not have a legal document (such as a title) that indicates who officially

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Duffy completes degree

Area residents, including Megan L. Duffy, B.S., were among the more than 2,000 individuals who were eligible to participate in the University of Central Missouri’s 2016 spring commencement exercises in the university’s Multipurpose Building. Students who completed their degree requirements by the end of the spring 2016 semester were honored at the event.

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Dockery Park sparkles with July 4 celebration

A community choir on July 3 — followed by a big bash on July 4 — highlight family-friendly events being planned and prepared by members of the Gallatin Park Board.

A community choir interfaith activity, sponsored by the Park, will start off the weekend at 7 p.m. on July 3 at the Gallatin Methodist Church. “America the Beautiful” and “My Country Tis of Thee” will set the mood for the

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Lake Viking’s Independence Day activities

Independence Day will be celebrated at Lake Viking with activities slated throughout Saturday, July 2.

Lake Viking Lions Club will serve breakfast from 7 a.m. to noon in the lower level of the clubhouse on both Saturday and Sunday. Choose between a pancake breakfast on Saturday or biscuits and gravy on Sunday … or go both days! Kids age 5 and under are free. Children ages 5-12 will be charged

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MU dean’s list

The University of Missouri spring semester 2016 dean’s list includes three students from Daviess County. Gallatin: Brooke Cassidy Edwards, Junior, Nursing; and Derrick Charles Lin, Senior, Journalism; Jamesport: Megan Elizabeth Ellis, Junior, Engineering.

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Hold your horses!

Mark your calendars for July 15-16 for the annual Jesse James Days at Winston.

There will be homemade ice cream social and gospel sing, food shack, baby show, pie baking contest, parade, vendor fair, dancers and a music show.

Other activities will include music, games, food and concessions and contests.

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Yosts celebrate 65 years

Phillips AnnivOmer Worth and Eileene (Salmon) Yost will be celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary on July 1, 2016.

They were married at New Hope Baptist Church, near Pattonsburg. Worth worked many years as a car salesman and retired in 1998 from the Missouri Department of Corrections, Cameron. Eileene retired from the Home Bank, Savannah, in 1996 after almost 25 years of employment. They have two children, Steve (Lisa) Yost of Leadville

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State Technical College graduate

Derrik Shane Baldwin of Gallatin is a 2016 spring graduate of State Technical College.
Ranked among the best nationally, the State Technical College of Missouri serves a unique role as one of the leading two-year technical colleges in Missouri and the Midwest region.

State Tech has built a reputation as a highly specialized, student friendly college with an exceptional reputation with business and industry.

State Tech stands alone as Missouri’s

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Tye Humphrey receives nursing degree in Minnesota

web_Humphrey_Tye graduates IMG_4362Tye Humphrey received a Bachelor of Science Nursing-RN degree from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing on May 13, 2016. Tye is a 2009 graduate of Gallatin R-5 School. She is the daughter of Dr. Stanley and Janet Humphrey, Gallatin. Proud grandparents are Cecil and Helen Humphrey, Lake Viking, and Shirley Tye, Chillicothe. Tye is employed at Mayo Clinic, St. Mary’s Campus, Rochester, Minn., in the Neonatal Intensive Care

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