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The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office has arrested Leslie Donald Harrison, 46, Bethany, for stealing 16 bronze headstone plates from the Bethel Cemetery near Pattonsburg, and causing property damage by damaging the headstones. Harrison was also charged with possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, (methamphetamine), and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.
According to a probable cause statement, on Monday, June 29,
Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.
The State Emergency Management Agency would like to meet with commissioners on June 30 at 8 a.m. for storm damage assessment with the county.
Bills were reviewed and approved.
David Allen discussed brush removal issues in the county with commissioners.
J.D. Dowell discussed issues on Key Avenue in Grand
The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in the Northwest Missouri region for the week of June 29 – July 5, from the Missouri Department of Transportation. There will be no work during the July 4 holiday, but some closures may remain in place. Many projects will include lane closures, and delays can be expected. MoDOT reminds the public to buckle up, slow down, and
The Daviess County Arts Council is excited to announce the theme for Daviess County’s 30th Annual Chautauqua: “Blast Back to the Future celebrating 30 Years of Chautauqua.” The festival is scheduled for Sept. 17-20 on the Gallatin square.
Thirty years ago the first Chautauqua was held. That same year, Universal Studio’s blockbuster hit Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox was released on the big screen. In the second
12:30 am – Trenton PD with info regarding subjects Daviess County is looking for.
2:30 am – To office with two subjects on investigation. Subjects were transferred to DDCRJ for 24-hour hold for possible filing of charges.
1:40 pm – Charges were filed for four subjects taken to DDCRJ on 6-22-15. All were from Kansas City, except Isaac Clampit, who is from Trimble. Hope Carrell, 20, was charged with
Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, June 28, 2015:
Gallatin Assembly of God
On June 24, Gloria Lint shared a study about “Living in Victory” in these dangerous times. The adult Sunday School lesson centered around Psalms 128:1. Jim Leonard’s lesson was on “wise people order their lives according to God’s word.”
Zoe Smith and Mona Roberts led singing and worship Prayer requests were received by Clyde Lint.
We jumped the gun on the Fourth of July. Last weekend was a big birthday bash where extended family members lumped three birthdays together by fudging on the exact dates just a bit. Good times, good food B and now for another promising weekend of fun with Firecracker Day falling on Saturday this year.
You can read just about anything about any subject, but somewhere somebody has tallied up what
Superintendent Wendell Burns reported to the North Daviess Board of Education that water was still coming in the gym and closet during the heavy rains the area has had lately. An individual was contacted to get an estimate for needed repairs. The estimate was $3,400 and the board agreed to get this taken care of.
Funds in the amount of $30,000 were transferred from the general fund to the capital
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