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Farm Bureau hosts meet the candidates

Daviess County Farm Bureau is hosting a “meet-the-candidates” forum at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, at the Gallatin Lions Club building, 801 W. Grand, in Gallatin.

The event is open to the public.

There are four local races:

Sheriff: Democrat Ben Becerra and Republican Kevin Heldenbrand;

Assessor: Democrat Sally Black and Republican Ronetta Burton

Public Administrator: Democrat Kathy Kyser and Republican Kayla Michael;

Associate Commissioner District 2: Democrat Carl

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Get straightened out at Medicare Boot Camp

Medicare Boot Camp will be presented from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on October 13th, at the Mary Immaculate Community Room, 409 S. Main Street in Gallatin. The event is presented by the Active Aging Resource Center.

The workshop will provide you with the tools:

  • To make the right choices if you are new to Medicare;
  • To know when and if you can make changes to your Medicare coverage;
  • To
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Pattonsburg moves ahead with new water treatment system

The Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen voted to accept a usage agreement with ACCO Unlimited Corporation (out of Johnston, Iowa) as the city’s six month trial period on liquid chlorine is approaching.

Representatives from ACCO discussed a bulk system pilot proposal for the city’s water treatment facility at the board’s May meeting. The system uses liquid chlorine instead of gas chlorine. The board decided to accept the proposal because liquid chlorine

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North Daviess Senior Carnival set for Oct. 7

North Daviess will hold a Senior Carnival on Friday, Oct. 7, with dinner served at 5:30 p.m.

The carnival begins at 6:15 p.m. with bingo, silent auction, plinko, duck pond, prize wheel, basketball shoot, jail, ring toss, cake drawings and dart throw. A king and queen will be crowned from the elementary. Voting for candidates requires a penny a vote. Voting will end at 7 p.m. and crowning will be

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Library offering quilting classes

The Daviess County Library will once again offer Quilting Classes with Pat Yost. Ms. Yost is teaming with the library for her third round of quilting classes. Classes begin Saturday, Oct. 1, 10-11 a.m.., continuing for 12 sessions, not including holidays.  Class size is limited.  Please visit or call the library to register. Under 12 years of age must be accompanied to all sessions by an adult. For registration call

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Kickin’ Cancer Fundraiser

Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness Committee will again be raising funds from free-will donations during a Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness event. Money raised will be used for the purchase of gas cards for patients who travel to treatment.

Daviess County BBQ fundraiser block party will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8, on Market Street, between the Gallatin Methodist Church and the lumber yard.

Bring your family and enjoy

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Red Cross and county fire departments team up to provide smoke alarms

The American Red Cross of Northwest Missouri and the Daviess County Fire Departments are teaming up to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by home fires by ensuring all homes in Daviess County have working smoke alarms.

“Last year, the American Red Cross of Northwest Missouri responded to over 100 home fires”, states Karla Long, Disaster Program Manager, with the American Red Cross.  “The good news is that

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2016 Chautauqua Baby Show Winners


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