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Inmate tracking system up and running at regional jail

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail has a new way to track inmates.

A new jail management system, which provides mug shots and detailed reports of inmates on virtual screen, was initiated April 29, at the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail.

The system cost $18,175. The previous software being used at the jail was quoted at $26,950 per year to renew. The cost savings with the new system was part of what determined the

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Drug take-back event nets 56 pounds!

The drug take-back event which was conducted in Gallatin on April 30 collected 56 pounds of unused drugs. The event was sponsored by Daviess County PWSD #3, the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office, and the Gallatin Police Department, in conjunction with a statewide take-back event sponsored by the Missouri Rural Water Association.

According to Roger Barker of PWSD #3, “Folks streamed in throughout the day and everyone was very pleased to

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Letters for the Ladies or Lads…   

Are you experiencing the Cycle of Abuse?Letter to Ladies or Lads

  •  The cycle of abuse can occur randomly but can also increase in frequency the longer you remain in a relationship.
  • For example: You may start out a relationship and a blow up occurs one time a year, the longer you remain in the relationship the frequency may begin to occur monthly, weekly, and as much as several times a day.

 (Monthly information from

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Water leak fixed

Gallatin city crews were fixing a leak on a water line in front of Farmers Bank on May 3, according to City Administrator Tony Stonecypher. The crews turned on the water in this hydrant to relieve pressure on the line to make it easier to work with.Water Gushing IMG_1140

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Last week’s storm roils the clouds

Tornadoes were spotted over the Winston area Wednesday of last week during a storm system that moved through the region. Tim Andrew with the Kidder-Winston-Altamont Fire Department said at least four funnels were spotted going up and down over Winston. One home was damaged near Altamont and trees were downed near Kidder. Along with KAW, Gallatin Fire Protection District, Jameson, Jamesport and Lake Viking Fire Departments, as well as the

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Park board considers basketball court, finishes playground

Bob Robertson, ball game coordinator for the Gallatin Park Board, reported on sports programs at the park during the meeting of the board held April 21. Ball practices are fully underway. Work is beginning on the installation of the new batting cage to be located north of the upper ball field.

Mr. Robertson also discussed possible locations and equipment for a future basketball court. The sole bid for the proposed

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PSC Sets Intervention Deadline in Ameren Missouri Case

Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking a certificate of convenience and necessity authorizing it to construct, install, own, operate, maintain and otherwise control and manage various small solar generation facilities at different locations within Ameren Missouri’s service territory as part of a pilot program (Solar Partnership Pilot).

Applications to intervene and participate in this case must be filed no

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Calm down, loosen up with Tai Chi for Arthritis classes

Tai Chi classes will be offered from 2-3 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 18 to August 10, at the Daviess County Library, 306 West Grand, Gallatin.

Tai (tie) Chi (chee) for Arthritis is a low impact, graceful form of exercise using gentle movements that puts minimal stress on muscles and joints, making it suitable for adults that are age 60 and over.

Tai Chi is proven to help reduce the prevalence

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