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Bids Go Out for Construction of Water Plant

A resolution carried authorizing the advertising for construction bids for the City of Gallatin water treatment plant project.

Todd Schuler and Wayne Kauffman with the State Auditor’s Office informed the city that the state audit will begin in the next couple of weeks.

Public comments were made regarding the city sales tax and its use, the city pool’s operation and finances. Discussion was also held on the buildings located on

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Access II Helps Disabled Live Independently

Access II Independent Living Center is available to serve those living with disabilities by providing them with an opportunity to live more independently. Access II provides you with an in-home aide to assist with daily tasks so you can remain in your own home. If you are receiving MO HealthNet (Medicaid), have a significant physical disability, and are at least 18 years of age, you may qualify for the in-home

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Christmas Cultural Luncheon

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Chillicothe Area Arts Council is sponsoring its annual Christmas Cultural Luncheon, from noon to 1 p.m., on Dec. 17, at the First Christian Church (900 Jackson Street). Lunch is served from noon to 12:25 in the church’s social hall, and from 12:30 – 12:55 a special program of sacred and popular Christmas music will be presented in the sanctuary by musicians Frosty Garr on

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Altamont BBQ Serves 2,000; Little Town Sticks to the Ribs

by Lanita Sconce Smith, Daviess County Genealogical Society President

Jefferson Township was originally a part of Grindstone township, one of the three first townships formed in Daviess County. Anderson Smith was the first permanent white settler who settled in 1834. He and his wife, Mahala A. Henderson, who was a sister to Daviess County’s Judge Henderson, settled here from Clay County. Other early settlers were John Owings, John Higgins,

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Cameron Accepting Toys for Tots

Last year, Cameron Toys for Tots served 250 families by providing 676 kids in Clinton, Caldwell, and DeKalb Counties with Christmas gifts, and the organization is ready to do that again—or better—in 2014. This worthy program includes kids ages 1-10, and accepts new toys with a value of $10-$25. Cash donations are also accepted (and should be made by Dec. 13 – checks made payable to Cameron Toys for Tots

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PSC Cold Weather Rule Takes Effect

The Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule, designed to help customers with heat-related utility bills, began on Nov. 1. The rule will remain in effect through March 31, 2015. The Cold Weather Rule has been a part of the commission’s rules and regulations since 1977.

The Cold Weather Rule applies to natural gas and electric utilities under PSC jurisdiction that provide heat-related service. Municipally operated systems, cooperatives and those

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Fire Station Taking Shape

Construction of the Gallatin Fire Protection District’s new fire station on Market Street in Gallatin continues as the metal framework goes up. World Wide Steel Buildings is the manufacturer of the building. The new 80 feet wide by 140 feet long building will house fire apparatus and allow the district’s 24 volunteer firefighters to train and prepare for responses. The building is planned as a metal seven-bay fire station with

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Activity Report

12-2-14

9:26 am – Landlord / tenant issues.

10:11 am – Daviess County Health Department regarding dog bite from last week.

3:22 pm – Complaint of harassing text messages.

7:52 pm – Car vs. deer on Highway J south of Altamont. No injuries.

12-3-14

1:04 am – Response to report of vehicle on fire south of Gallatin on Highway 13. No injuries.

8:18 pm – Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office with

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Are We Smiling?

Dw.cdrWhat do you think about whenever you walk or drive along the east side of the Gallatin square?

It’s hard to overlook the gaping hole in the middle of the block. The business buildings line up like teeth in a smile, and the “front tooth” that the fire took out infects the whole town. We’re all anxious to see what, if anything, fixes the gap.

The same can be said

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