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Do you foster care?

Nearly 3,000 children in Northwest Missouri have been traumatized by abuse and neglect. Every one of them needs a caring and nurturing home. They’re counting on you to close the care gap. Find out how you can help kids in your own back yard.

The Most Rewarding Challenge: An introduction to foster parenting will be offered from 6-7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 3, at Cameron First Baptist Church, 202 E.

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Mandatory nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a mandatory nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) on Wed., Sept. 28, at 2:20 p.m. EDT to verify the delivery and broadcast, and assess the readiness for distribution of the national level test message.

The EAS test is made available to radio, television, cable, and direct broadcast satellite systems and is scheduled

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Chautauqua art show winners 

The Daviess County Arts Council teamed up with Wayne Creek, the owner of Times and Seasons, located on the east side of the Gallatin square, for the Chautauqua art show. Artists of all ages were invited to share their art and compete for the Best of Show categories in three age groups:

$200 was awarded to the adult Best of Show winner: Elanor Best of Pattonsburg for her painting of

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Poverty fighting zombies are on the loose

This October 22, the undead will roam Trenton as part of the first ever Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri (CAPNCM) Zombie Run. CAPCNM serves nine core counties, including Daviess.

The 5k race will begin at 7 p.m. near Eastside Park, and finish in the parking lot of the CAP agency located at 1506 Oklahoma Ave in Trenton. Participants will receive many goodies, including a t-shirt and bottled water,

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Sign-Up for Gallatin City-Wide Garage Sale!!

* REMINDER * Sign up for the Fall City-Wide Garage Sale which will be on Saturday, October 1st. Cost is $10. The deadline to get on the map is Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 5pm! Call, stop by or email your listing to get on the map! The maps will be available at Corner Café and Casey’s in Gallatin by Friday, Sept. 30 … and will also be posted online. Gallatin

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Boil Advisory in Coffey

Due to a leak, residents north of North Street in the City of Coffey are under a boil advisory until further notice. Water will be shut off around noon for at least 2 hours today (Sept. 19.)

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Lana Corwin receives service award

corwin-lana_15yrsDaviess County Farm Bureau Customer Service Representative (CSR) Lana Corwin was recognized by Missouri Farm Bureau for 15 years of service to the organization. She received a certificate from Blake Hurst, Missouri Farm Bureau President, during the Missouri Farm Bureau CSR Conference Sept. 7 at The Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.

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MDC holding auction Oct. 15 in Salem

Items include used vehicles and equipment. Get full list at mdc.mo.gov/auction.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will hold a public auction of various used Department vehicles and equipment on Saturday, Oct. 15, starting at 10 a.m. at its Salem Maintenance Center located at the junction of Highway 72 and Highway 32. The auction will include boats, outboard motors, tractors, trailers, farm equipment, and vehicles.

Those interested can view

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Jail moves CD, opens another to meet future repair costs

Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Administrator Ed Howard requested moving the jail’s Certificate of Deposit (CD) to a five year term in September in order to earn more interest, and to also transfer funds to another CD for future repair costs to the facility. The board approved the request. The CD account balance is $237,092.96.

In other business at the Aug. 6 meeting of the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail board, it was reported

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