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American Genius Highway Quilt Trail kicks off April 1

The Missouri Highway 36 Heritage Alliance is excited to announce the 2016 Quilt Trail Passport Untitled-1program which kicks off on April 1. Quilt shops across north Missouri have been working over the past nine months to organize this year’s program which includes Shearwood Quilts and Fabrics at 1091 Highway U in Jamesport.

In its second year, the Missouri Highway 36 Quilt Trail is the ultimate quilting experience. The Trail was

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Time Exposures

Johnnie Black of Gallatin collects old postcards and has about 75 in his album, the oldest dated 1906.

Johnnie Black is pictured holding the album full of postcards he has collected of the town of Gallatin through the years. Johnnie is married to Sally and they have two children, Katy and Kevin.

Deltiology is the official term for collecting postcards. They are the third most popular thing to collect, behind

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Sharps celebrate 50th anniversary

anniv sharp_50thAnnivBob and Mary Sharp of Gallatin, formerly of Independence, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception between 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20 at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin. The Sharps were married on Feb. 13, 1966. They have two daughters: Tina and Gary Briggs of Independence, and Bobbi and Jim Hanson of Gallatin; and five grandchildren.

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Great Northwest Delegation from Daviess County visits Senator Hegeman in Jefferson City

web_nw delegation12th District State Senator Dan Hegeman entertained the Great Northwest Delegation at the State Capitol during the 15th Annual Great Northwest Days.

Delegates from throughout Northwest Missouri and the counties that comprise the 12th Senate District visited with Sen. Hegeman throughout the day on Tuesday and later in the evening at the Great Northwest Days Reception held at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.

“This was the 15th annual

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Driver exam stations closed

The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to remind the public that driver examination stations throughout the state will be closed on the following dates:
Friday, Feb. 12,  in observance of Lincoln’s birthday, and Monday, Feb. 15 in observance of Washington’s birthday. Normal operations will resume on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Approximately 63% of Missouri fatal crash victims who are required to be restrained are NOT at the time of the

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Making a living the old, hard way

It could be something in the water or the air…but mostly it’s something in the land that brings a diverse culture of people to Daviess County, Missouri, including the first Hutterite colony, the first men’s monastery, the largest Amish population, a growing Mennonite population; and a sizeable Mormon population.

The land is cheap — at least compared to other places —  MU Extension figured the 2015 average farm real estate

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A mess on the mend

web_city work on mill streetGallatin city crews were working on Richardson Street on Jan. 29, in order to bypass the sewer line on Mill Street, one block north. Once the repair is done on Mill Street crews will open the sewer line on Richardson Street back up. The problem on Mill Street involves two sewer lines that connect, then drop to the main pipe.  When the main pipe shifted it caused the sewer to

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Jesse Reynolds turns 100 – help celebrate the milestone!

Jesse_ReynoldsJesse Reynolds of Gallatin is fast approaching that elite status of a centenarian. His birthday is Feb. 18 and several celebrations are planned. The first gathering will be at 11 a.m. on Feb. 18 at the Corner Café in Gallatin, hosted by Deena Eads. The second celebration will be at 2 p.m. on Feb. 18 at the Veterans Home in Cameron, where he is now a resident.

Extended family celebrations

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