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Gallatin Alumna Receives MU Ag Scholarship

Breanne Brammer, Gallatin, recently received the Elyzabeth H. Schell Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. The award recognizes high-achieving students in the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources who also are children of farmers or livestock owners in Missouri.

“This scholarship will help me succeed in and out of the classroom by lessening the strain of paying for tuition,” Brammer said. “I am privileged to have

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Agriculture Students Participate in State Conference

Fourteen agriculture students from North Central Missouri College in Trenton participated in the Missouri Post Secondary Agriculture Students Organization State Conference held Nov. 16-18 in Poplar Bluff. The conference was hosted by Three Rivers Community College with 140 students and advisors from eight Missouri community colleges attending.

Sara Miles, an NCMC student from Leonard, was elected as the 2014-15 Missouri PAS Parliamentarian.

Area ag students participating in state conference are

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Support Provided for Moms: Good Health Starts with Nursing

Breastfeeding is on the rise in Missouri and nationwide. In fact, Daviess County is a leader in breastfeeding and has one of the highest breastfeeding rates in the state. Breastfeeding is a very important start to a healthy life, which is why many mothers are now choosing to give their children breast milk, the best possible nutrition available for infants.

Breastfeeding is free, easy and takes no preparation to make.

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Winston Road Graded, Rock Ordered

At their meeting held Nov. 3, the Winston Board of Trustees heard a report from street maintenance that the entire town has now been graded. Second Street was reshaped and ditched  from Ballinger to McGee. Rock is being ordered for the whole town.

The board approved a building permit submitted by Denise Felderman for a shed installation for storage and on-site retail sales at the property across from the Pit

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Winston Joins Lottery for School Buses

The Winston R-6 School District has applied for funds through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Clean Diesel Rebate program to replace two buses.

Public and private school bus fleet owners are eligible to apply for funding to replace school buses that have older, dirtier diesel engines.

The EPA has implemented standards that require diesel engines to be more than 90% cleaner, but many older diesel school buses remain in

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North Daviess Has Two Opening on Board

North Daviess R-3 School District has openings for two board members for three year terms. The terms of Paul Caven and Amy McMahon are expiring. Filing dates were set for Dec. 16 through Jan. 20 for the April 2014 election.

In other business at the meeting of the R-3 Board of Education, it was decided that gift cards would be purchased for the staff.

Bus routes were discussed.

Henry Rhoades

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Kathy Henderson Retires After 20 Years

Kathy Henderson of Lake Viking will retire from a 20 year teaching career, 15 years at Winston and five years at Gallatin. A reception will be held in her honor from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 19, at the Winston school cafeteria.

Mrs. Henderson started her teaching career teaching kindergarten at Gallatin. She taught in a variety of areas at Winston, including Spanish, seventh and eighth grade communication

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Producers Invited to Attend Farm Bill Meeting

University of Missouri Extension and the Daviess County Farm Service Agency are hosting a Farm Bill Meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Spillman Center located in Jamesport. The meeting is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

Meeting attendees will learn about Farm Service Agency (FSA) Farm Bill programs including Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC).

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MU Extension Brings Food Power Adventure to Gallatin

Gallatin students learn about where food comes from at MU Extension’s Food Power Adventure.

Students from the Covel D. Searcy Elementary School in Gallatin traveled the path from the farmer’s field to the playing field when University of Missouri Extension’s Food Power Adventure came to town on Nov. 14. Along the way, students learned answers to the questions, “Where does food come from?” and “How does it give me energy

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