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Talent and Raffle Winners at Jameson Picnic

The 124th Annual Jameson Picnic was held Aug. 6-7-8 at Jameson City Park.

Talent Show winners: 0-6: 1. Tea O’Rourke, Jamesport, singing “Step By Step.; 2. Luca Perrecca, Peculiar, singing “Three is the Magic Number”; 7-12: 1. Kennedy Warner, Gallatin, singing “A Girl in a Country Song.”; 2. Kaitlyn Sullivan and Brianna Foli, Chillicothe, singing “Up Town Funk”; 3. Chloe Waterbury, Gallatin, singing “Girl Crush”; 13-17: 1. Kierra Shelby,

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Goats for OATS

Coming up with unique ideas for a fundraising event can be a challenge.  

Gallatin OATS Board members brainstormed for something new and different to go along with their popular basket raffle during the upcoming Chautauqua.

“Most auctions are for baked goods, quilts or afghans, things of a homemade nature,” said Beth Langley, Director of the Northwest Region for OATS. “Sometimes we get a car, a bike, or even a barbecue

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By Land or Water… Whatever Floats Your Boat!

The second annual Lake Viking Cardboard Boat Race & Bicycle Race/Run, hosted by Lake Viking Marine, Inc., will be held Saturday, Aug. 1, with all proceeds going to The Wounded Warrior Project.

Anderburg family from Lake Viking in the bat boat! — 2014 competition

It’s amazing what you can do with a little cardboard, paint and duct tape. You can design a boat that is wacky and wonderful for decoration

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GTL Gearing Up for Chautauqua

The Gallatin Theatre League is gearing up for Chautauqua. After successful performances from Missoula and Michael Facciani it is time to move on to Chautauqua. Gallatin Chautauqua is scheduled for Sept. 18-19-20 with theatre performances set for Saturday and Sunday.

Plans are in the works for a melodrama that is packed full of fun. Rachel Peery and Glennie Peery will be directing this year’s production “The Scheme of the Driftless

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Colorful Parade Rolls Safely Along

Gallatin Police Department Officers helped get the parade safely through the city on Saturday, July 18, during the Missouri Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s second annual Keep Missouri Farming Tractor Cruise. There were approximately 30 tractors making this year’s trip from Hamilton, taking a route that led to Gallatin where they ate lunch at the high school before circling the square and heading back down Hwy 13. The 37-mile scenic

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Jameson Picnic Set for Aug. 6-7-8

Bring your lawn chairs!

The 124th Annual Jameson Picnic will be held Aug. 6, 7, and 8 at the Jameson City Park. The event is sponsored by the Jameson Lions Club. Bring your old eye glasses and hearing aids to donate to the Lions Club.

Baby Show age divisions are 0-6 months; 7-12 months; 13-18 months; 19-24 months; 25-36 months. Little Mister and Miss are three- and four-years-old. There is

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Little Mermaid Rehearsals Underway, Show July 10-11

Auditions have been held for the Missoula Children’s Theatre original adaptation of The Little Mermaid and rehearsals are underway. The performances are scheduled for Friday, July 10, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, July 11, at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the box office from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through this week. For more information, call Amy McMahon at 660-605-1718.

This production is part of the Missoula Children’s

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MFB Foundation for Agriculture Holds Annual Cruise

Yellow, orange, red, blue and green, all makes and models of tractors will hit rural roads in Northwest Missouri on July 18, 2015, during the Missouri Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s second annual Keep Missouri Farming Tractor Cruise. Model year 1972 and older tractors are welcome on this 37-mile scenic journey, starting and ending at the Steam Engine Fairgrounds in Hamilton, and traveling through Caldwell and Daviess counties.

“The

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Back to the Future is Chautauqua Theme

The Daviess County Arts Council is excited to announce the theme for Daviess County’s 30th Annual Chautauqua: “Blast Back to the Future celebrating 30 Years of Chautauqua.” The festival is scheduled for Sept. 17-20 on the Gallatin square.

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Thirty years ago the first Chautauqua was held. That same year, Universal Studio’s blockbuster hit Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox was released on the big screen. In the second

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