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He sued Jesse James, and lived to tell about it!

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Counseling service for veterans, families

A free counseling service for area veterans and their families will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Calvary Baptist Church in Chillicothe.

The mobile vet center provides free counseling for the following: war-zone veterans and their families; military sexual trauma; and bereavement.

Michael W. Focke is the readjustment counseling technician.

The community based center accepts walk-in appointments. Individual and group sessions are

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Weigand to perform in H.M.S. Pinafore Opera at CMU

Central Methodist University student Denise Weigand, from Weatherby and a graduate of Winston High School, will perform in the opera H.M.S. Pinafore, which will be presented from Thursday, Feb. 16 to Sunday, Feb. 19 at Central Methodist University in Fayette.

The CMU Opera Program’s production will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, plus a 4 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 19) matinee, in CMU’s Little Theatre. The cast and musicians are

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Candidates file for elections

The candidate filing period for the April 4, 2017, General Municipal Election, which includes five county school boards, ended on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017.

The following four people signed up at the City of Gallatin — for mayor: incumbent Barbara Ballew; for west ward alderman: incumbent Steve Evans; for east ward alderman: incumbent Carol Walker and Judy Bush.

All but Winston have three people signing up for the three open

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Community Foundation hosts annual event

The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri, inc. will host their sixth annual event on Friday, Feb. 10,  at the J.W. Jones Student Union Ballroom (Campus of Northwest Missouri State University) 800 University Drive, Maryville.

The guest speaker is Ron Drake, author of Flip this Town. He is also the CEO and founder of Ron Drake Consulting, LLC. The Siloam, Ark., based firm provides consulting services on improving the quality of

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Are you eligible for a refund of your property tax or rent?

The Missouri Property Tax Credit Claim (MO-PTC) is a tax credit available for persons 65 years of age or 100% disabled or 60 years of age and receiving survivors benefits based on their paid real estate taxes or paid rent receipts.

The maximum credit is $750 for renters and $1,100 for homeowners. The actual credit is based on the amount of real estate taxes paid or 20% of the rent

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Remembering a hero, Tahler Hostetter joins TAPS during inaugural parade

Tahler Hostetter has been invited to the inaugural ceremonies for the President and Vice President, which take place Friday, Jan. 20, in Washington, D.C. The President will lead a procession of ceremonial military regiments, citizens’ groups, marching bands and floats. Tahler will be with a group called TAPS, a national organization that stands for Tragedy Assistance for Survivors, as they make their way down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.

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Our Year in Review 2016 (July-Dec)

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The annual Daviess County Junior Livestock Show at the fairgrounds inside Dockery Park in Gallatin. An Amish carpenter, John Graber of J.A.M. Wood Products, recreates the Dockery Park bandstand using a postcard as a guide.  Gallatin considers whether to build a new water plant or fix up the old one after learning the lowest of two construction bids cost more than the city has to spend. The city will

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