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Ma-Has-Kah scout leaders recognized, can you name that district?

Several outstanding scout leaders were recently recognized at the annual recognition dinner of the Ma-Has-Kah District. The District Light Bulb Award was presented to Craig Hathcock, Gallatin, for his leadership as District Commissioner and Woodbadge.

Dean Sager, Trenton, was presented the District Award of Merit, the highest recognition for the district. Mr. Sager has been involved in scouting for over 50 years, and has served as the scoutmaster for Troop 

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Martial art students pack a punch with new friends, fun

Students of Green Hills Tae Kwon Do competed Saturday, March 18, at the Heritage Tae Kwon Do Invitational Tournament held at the South Harrison High School in Bethany. Martial artists of all ages and belt ranks from North Missouri, Iowa and Kansas competed in forms, breaking and sparring. This annual tournament is an opportunity for students to compete against other schools, meet new friends and have fun.

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Have you ‘herd’?…It’s time for Literacy Round-Up

Family Literacy Night is planned from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, at Covel D. Searcy Elementary (CDSE) School in Gallatin. “Literacy Round-Up” is this year’s theme as preschool children through fourth grade students get to choose from many fun and educational activities.

Lasso family, grandparents and friends and invite them to join the cowpokes for an evening of education, fun and food.

Last year CDS had 63% of its

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MoDNR hosts free pesticide collection in Fairfax March 25

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources, in conjunction with the University of Missouri – Graves-Chapple Research Center, will provide a free pesticide collection event from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 25, at 29955 Outer Road in Fairfax.

The collection is open to all Missouri farmers and households, and will take unwanted pesticides including: herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, de-wormers, fly tags and fertilizers containing pesticides. Paint, explosives, fire extinguishers, yard

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Card shower for Leona Reynolds

Leona Reynolds, formerly of the Gilman City and St. Joseph areas, would enjoy a get well card shower following broken hip surgery. Cards may be sent to Sunnyview Nursing Home, Room 104, 1311 East 28th Street, Trenton, Mo., 64683.

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Winston sets trash pickup date, contracts with R&W Container

The Winston Utilities Clerk explained that a bulk trash pickup has been set for Saturday, June 24, and the current trash contract ends in June. Pat Watkins asked the Winston Village Board of Trustees to consider renewing the current contract between Winston and R&W Container with a small price increase. After discussion, the board renewed the contract with the adjustments in price.

In other business at the March 6 meeting,

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Hang your ‘Gone Fishing’ sign and join Access II for summer fun

Access II Independent Living Center is preparing for several summer events.

First up, Rep. J Eggleston will be at Access II at 101 Industrial Parkway in Gallatin at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 22. Access II will discuss disability issues and proposed cuts to the state budget with Rep. Eggleson. They will also take him on a tour of the office building and explain the services Access II provides and

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It’s sweet…it’s deadly…it’s the school play coming soon

Gallatin High School will present the play “Murder at the Malt shop” at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 25. Tickets are $5 at the door at the Courter Theater.

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Forum sharpens focus on school tax

About 40 people attended a public forum to discuss a proposed tax increase for Gallatin R-5 School District on Monday, March 13, in the high school commons. The tax proposal involves a 90-cent increase in the school’s operating levy, expected to generate approximately $373,000 annually.

Gallatin R-5 Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple, gave a power point presentation which noted increased costs for the school, especially in transportation and health care. The

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