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City budgets electric, water and sewer for 2017, largest increase for capital equipment

The 2017 budget for the City of Gallatin will include a possible increase in electric rates. During their meeting on Nov. 28, the board discussed increasing the cost of service charge for electric. Electric rates haven’t been increased since September 2013. Currently, the cost of service is $10 and the board is considering increasing it to $11.50. As of now, the minimum charge for residential customers is $20. This represents

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Prestigious honor to Dr. Dickinson

dr-dickinsonThe Missouri Society of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians has announced that Larry J. Dickinson, D.O., has been named the 2017 Missouri Osteopathic Family Physician of the Year. The honor will be presented to Dr. Dickinson at the Annual Winter Scientific Seminar, which will be held Jan. 28 in Independence.

Dr. Dickinson has practiced over 40 years in Gallatin. He was nominated by John R. Sparks, D.O. More

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Christmas Around the Square Coloring Contest Winners

Christmas Around the Square Coloring Contest Winners

Christmas Around the Square Coloring Contest Winners

Back Row Left to Right  – 4th grade 1st place Lexi Green, 4th grade 2nd place Mary Taylor, 2nd grade 1st place Will Rogers, 2nd grade 2nd place Katie Lynch, 3rd grade 2nd place Pryce Johnson, 3rd grade 1st place Makenna Bottcher Front Row Left to Right – 1st grade 2nd place Vanessa Lee, Preschool 1st place Sophia Hunt, Kindergarten 2nd place Silas

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From Gallatin to Chicago to Sissek to Galllatin in 100+ years!

Every postcard carries its own story, sometimes far beyond the scene it depicts. This view of the south side of the Gallatin business square is postmarked Jan. 12, 1909. Note the top of Gallatin’s brick water tower in the upper right and the gas bulb street light in use at that time.

This postcard recently returned to Gallatin upon purchase by collector Johnnie Black at Frost Automotive

This postcard recently returned to Gallatin upon purchase by collector Johnnie Black at Frost Automotive

Businesses, from right

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And we have winners!

Winning entries were drawn during the Gallatin Christmas Around the Square festivities on Nov. 19.

PRIZE WINNERS:

  1. 16” Girls bike – Ashlyn Parks (donated by Honey Creek Ranch – Steve McBee)
  2. 16” Boys bike- Liam Heldenbrand (donated by Johnnie & Sally Black-Frost Automotive)
  3. 20” Girls bike – Sierra Taylor (donated by Honey Creek Ranch – Steve McBee)
  4. 20” Boys bike – Peyton Lawson (donated by Honey Creek Ranch – Steve
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Deer meat available now at community center; turkeys in December

Those wanting to receive protein-rich venison through the Share the Harvest program, should visit the local food pantry at the Seventh Day Adventist Community Center in Gallatin. Some 850 pounds of deer meat has been received and is available now at the Center and is free to anyone who signs for it for as long at it lasts.

Turkeys will be available the first Wednesday of December, in time for

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Christmas play performed by Far West Stake at Cameron

“Savior of the World” will be performed by Far West Missouri Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Goodrich Auditorium, 423 North Chestnut Street, Cameron. Admission is free.

Christmas play performed by Far West Stake at Cameron "Savior of the World" will be performed by Far West Missouri Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

“Savior of the World” will be performed by Far West Missouri Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“More than 150 volunteers have given thousands of hours to prepare for this production,” Michael Call, president

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Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center Activities

Friday night potluck is at 6 p.m. Bring a dish to share. Friday night card party is at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to both events.

Menu Nov. 28-Dec. 2

Monday: Swiss steak & tomatoes, roasted peppers & onions, seasoned spinach, whipped potatoes, fruit cobbler; Tuesday: spaghetti and meat sauce, lettuce salad with dressing, toasted garlic bread, fruit juice, bananas in chocolate pudding; Wednesday: moist & juicy meatloaf, mashed potatoes

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Active Aging Resource Center News

Nov 24: Closed for Thanksgiving Day – open Friday, Nov. 25; Dec 9: Christmas Dinner – serving at 11.

December 7  is the last day for changing your Medicare Part D plan. Call Deanna at 660-663-2828 or stop by the Active Aging Resource Center at 109 S Main in Gallatin for a worksheet and we will help check your plan.

December 9 is our annual Christmas dinner. We will be

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