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Subway Insulating Walls, Stucco to Follow

Kathy Kagay, owner of Gallatin’s Subway, said Sam White from Maysville has been doing the work of weather proofing the foundation between Subway and where the flower shop used to be. She added that the walls will be done soon with stucco dryvit. This is the same process Elbert’s recently did to the front of their building. Foam board is installed first and then stucco is applied to seal it.

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Office Incident Report

Forrest E. Zimmerman was arrested in a traffic stop for speeding on Aug. 24 on I-35 southbound by Trooper K. Cool. He has been charged with two felony counts of possession of controlled substance, misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and speeding. Bond is set at $35,000.


2:31 am – Notification of car repossession in Winston.

5:24 am – Car on fire on Highway EE, Daviess/Dekalb County line looks

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Jo’s Bows Goes to Pirates, Gets New Name

Ron and Kathy Gatton, owners of Jo’s Bows at 200 Park Street in Gallatin, will be moving into the former Pirates Fish and Chips building, located on the west edge of Gallatin (902 West Grand), sometime in October.

The name of the business will be changed to Flowers & More.

“I would like to thank all of our customers for their past and future support,” said Kathy. “I would especially

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Church News

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Bandits hit the Altamont church

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This is part of the damage found Sunday morning at the Altamont United Methodist Church. Part of the ceiling had come down and there was debris on the pews, along with a damaged hymnal holder.

Tablecloths were pulled from tables and a candelabra was tipped over. Tracks were found in the kitchen and bathroom area leading church members to

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Free Family History Workshop

The Family History Center at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2930 Oklahoma Trenton, will be hosting a free-to-the-public seminar in writing family histories from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept.19.

Local author and family historian Barbara Nicholson will be conducting. If any questions please phone Jim Meals at 660-663-2782 for more information.

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County Road Work

The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in Daviess County for the week of Aug. 31 – Sept. 6, from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Many projects will include lane closures, and delays can be expected. MoDOT reminds the public to buckle up, slow down, and drive with extreme caution through work zones. Routes UU, C, T, E, Y and V – Pothole patching, Aug.

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Pattonsburg Hires Ordinance Officer, Sets Tax Rate

Christy Eden Browder was invited to discuss contracting to be the city’s ordinance enforcement officer during the June meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen. The board agreed to contract her at a maximum of 20 hours per month, $20 for the first hour and $10 for every hour after that. The city’s “dogs and cats” ordinance received corrections, updates and clarifications and the pound license was approved during the

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NCMC Call for Artists

A collection of works by area artists will begin the 2015-2016 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Local Artists Showcase 8 will open on Sept. 21 and run through Oct. 16.

Artists can submit up to two pieces of original art that have not previously been shown in the Rider Gallery. Any media is acceptable, but some pieces may not be

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Library Receives Memorials

Memorial donations have been placed in the Daviess County Library.

“Peace Is an Offering” was donated in memory of Chris Evans by Steve and Sandy Evans.

Rachel and Kendra McMahon donated “A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety” by Jimmy Carter, in memory of grandfather Edward McMahon.

Mandi Hemry, Brandy Vandiver, and Sara Maurer donated “Bill Nye the Science Guy” and “Amazing Science” DVDs, in memory of Dennis Steigerwalt.

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