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Bees are all the buzz…next classes in Bethany

by Tim Baker, Regional Horticulturist

A few weeks ago I wrote about a beginning beekeeping meeting that we were holding in Braymer.  We had an excellent turnout, with over 65 in attendance. There was also strong interest in starting a bee club there as well.

But it never fails… someone didn’t get the word in time. Whenever I get a call from someone who wishes that they could have attended,

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Odessa man wins Polaris, Perry family wins Poker Run

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Frank Jenkins of Odessa

Frank Jenkins of Odessa won the 2015 Polaris Industries Sportsman® ETX and trailer combo at the drawing during the Off Road Poker Run held on Sept. 27, 2015, on the Old Pattonsburg school grounds. Pictured, left to right, are Daviess County Sheriff Ben Becerra, Victor Dill, representing the VFW, Tim Carder, Frank Jenkins, and Rob and Tricia Bozarth.


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Ryan Perry family

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Active shooter training offered to community

On September 24-25 Gallatin Police Chief Mark Richards and Detective David Vaughn attended training and certification to become instructors in the ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) program. ALICE is a proactive response to a manmade threat. The purpose of ALICE training is to prepare individuals to handle the threat of an active shooter.

“ALICE teaches individuals to participate in their own survival, while leading others to safety,” noted Chief

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Winston Cemetery flag pole correction

The flag poles at the Winston Cemetery were an Eagle Scout Project done by Kristchon Hisel, a senior at Winston. The Winston Cemetery Association did help fund part of the project, but was not responsible for the project as reported by the newspaper in last week’s edition. The story was in regard to a donation by Mildred and Milton Huffman of $217,209 to the Winston Cemetery Association. Eventually a plaque

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Watch for deer

Colonel J. Bret Johnson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds drivers that this time of year, deer are more active and create hazards for Missouri motorists. It’s important that drivers be especially vigilant during the evening and early dawn hours, watching for these beautiful animals along roadways. Deer behavior changes due to mating season, which may cause an increase in sightings and roadway crossings. Hunting and crop harvesting

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DAR sponsors community food drive

The Gallatin Chapter DAR will participate in a National Day of Community Service and honor the 125th Anniversary of the founding of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution by sponsoring a community-wide food drive to benefit the local food pantry.  The food drive will run from Oct. 9-16.  Non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the Gallatin City Hall and placed in the identified bins during business

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Gallatin Citywide Garage Sale!

Garage Sale Map Fall 2015_FBGallatin Citywide Garage Sale will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, with most sales beginning at 8 a.m.

Map copies may be obtained at Wall Street Station in Altamont, or in Gallatin at Casey’s and Corner Cafe.

Special offers from local merchants contained on the back of the maps.

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Winston Cemetery Assn. receives generous donation from Huffmans

The flagpoles at the Winston Cemetery were an Eagle Scout project by Kristchon Hisel.

A Winston couple, Mildred and Milton Huffman, have left millions to local charities in northwest Missouri, including $217,209 to the Winston Cemetery Association, where both are interred.

A celebration was held Sept. 16 at St. Joseph City Hall in the Council Chambers to recognize their generosity. Trustee of the Huffman Estate, attorney Richard Lee, announced the

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