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Cameron Wilson, 32, Gallatin, was charged July 28 with 30 counts of possession of child pornography, class B felony, one count of promoting child pornography to a minor, class A felony, and one misdemeanor charge of furnishing pornographic material to a minor.
The charges stem from an incident at the Gallatin Plaza Apartments in March, 2015. At that time, Wilson was charged with one count of possession of child pornography
On July 27, The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office began an investigation in a remote northwest area of Livingston County in a very secluded location on private property. Parents reported learning that minor children had allegedly been involved in a youth alcohol party on private property without landowner consent to even be there.
Incident report notes five beer kegs (mostly empty) were recovered from the scene. Allegedly, nearly $1,000 was paid
One man has been charged and charges are pending against three other persons in a burglary of Gallatin Hardwoods on July 27.
William Andrew Shaffer, Ludlow, has been charged with second degree burglary, three counts of theft, possession of burglary tools and property damage second degree. Charges are pending against Gary Michael Calvert, Leon Walter Jr., and Kyleigh Elaine Rothman.
According to the probable cause report prepared by the Gallatin
John and Lori McLaughlin of Altamont have purchased the former BING’s convenience store and service station in Altamont and will hold a grand opening soon. The official paperwork was signed in May.
Becoming business owners has proven an adventure for Lori, the technology coordinator at Gallatin School District, and John, owner of J&L Manufacturing and a welding shop, and also a cattle farmer.
“There’s not any one thing we can
Collection agency scams are one of the top 10 scams in 2015, according to Scamguard, a consumer driven website for reporting deceitful activities, and Carol Hester wants to make sure Daviess County citizens are aware that it is going on in our own neighborhood.
Mrs. Hester recently received a phone call stating that she owed money to a store in town.
Criminals involved with collection agency scams use knowledge garnered
The second annual Lake Viking Cardboard Boat Race & Bicycle Race/Run, hosted by Lake Viking Marine, Inc., will be held Saturday, Aug. 1, with all proceeds going to The Wounded Warrior Project.
It’s amazing what you can do with a little cardboard, paint and duct tape. You can design a boat that is wacky and wonderful for decoration
Shannon and Kyle McBroom call their back yard a hodgepodge, but really it is a very ordered oasis which has been named Yard of the Month for July by the Gallatin Garden Club.
The McBroom’s back lawn at 812 S. Prospect is surrounded by 50 lilac bushes which makes a natural privacy fence with enough space between a couple of the bushes to allow entrance for yard work.
The Honey Creek Bridge on Route 13 just south of Gallatin is now open. Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation closed the bridge on Monday, July 6, for extensive repairs. MoDOT appreciates the patience of motorists during this necessary road closure.
The 80-year old bridge, built in 1934, carries approximately 1,400 vehicles per day. MoDOT has identified it as a critical condition bridge. Replacing the Honey Creek Bridge is
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