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Life-Saving Tour Rolls into KC

With adoptable shelter pets

WHAT: Wayside Waifs joins North Shore Animal League America’s 2015 Tour For Life – the world’s largest national cooperative life-saving mobile pet adoption event. Highlighted by adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens, the event will also offer free access to Wayside Waifs’ on-site park, information on the benefits of adopting shelter pets, behavioral education, and special services available to pet owners.

From the beginning of March

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Brammer Receives Corn Growers Scholarship

The Missouri Corn Scholarship Committee is pleased to award a 2015 Missouri Corn Scholarship to Dane Brammer of Gallatin. Brammer will receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Missouri Corn Growers Association and the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council to help pay for his continuing education.

Dane is the son of Dennis and Kim Brammer. He is a senior at Gallatin R-5 High School and plans to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia

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Parenting Classes Offered for Free

North Central Missouri Mental Health Center at 401 Youssef Drive in Chillicothe will hold parenting classes. Dates and topics are as follows: April 17 – parenting 101/preventing problem behavior; April 24 – where’s the manual?/infants and toddlers; May 1 – building relationships in a blended family.

Please make your own arrangements for childcare. Each class includes power point, video, handouts and discussion. Classes are free and open to the public.

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Don’t Buy Wild Mushrooms without Proof They’re Safe

With warmer weather approaching, wild mushrooms are a hot ticket item. But the 1999 Missouri Food Code prohibits the sale of wild mushrooms to the public, unless each mushroom is individually inspected and found to be safe by an approved mushroom identification expert. Such expert must provide a letter or certificate to the Daviess County Health Department verifying successful completion of a wild mushroom identification course.

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Winston FBLA Advances to State

Ashley Gadberry of Winston FBLA received a fifth place medal for her performance in FBLA Principles and Procedures during the state contest held April 12 in Springfield.

Three other members of Winston FBLA placed in the top five in their events during an earlier district contest in Maryville to also qualify for the state contest. Miranda Weigand qualified in Business Procedures, Clint Alexander qualified in Business Math, and Delilah

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Access Staffs Medicare Counselor

Access II Independent Living Center staffs a certified Medicare CLAIM counselor who can answer your questions and ensure you are receiving all Medicare services available to you.

Are you an individual receiving Medicare? Did you know Medicare offers free preventive and wellness services to Medicare beneficiaries? Preventive health care focuses on preventing disease and maintaining proper health which will allow you to live a longer, healthier life. Medicare preventive and

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New City Admin, Clerk Hired

During the April 13 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen Tony Stonecypher was hired as city administrator and will be starting on April 20 and Hattie Bailey was hired as city clerk with a tentative starting date of May 1.

The mayor signed a letter of disclosure with D.A. Davidson Co., as required by law, to discuss specifics of bond re-financing. Charlie Zitnik with D.A. Davidson discussed re-financing the

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All Alumni Reunion Set for May 22-25

The Gallatin All Alumni Reunion will be held Memorial Day Weekend, May 22-25. Schedule includes an icebreaker at South Side Tavern on Friday; Class of ’65 gathering at the library from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Saturday; All alumni banquet at the high school gym with doors open at 4 and dinner at 5:30 on Saturday; All alumni pot luck wiener roast at Dockery Park at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday; and

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GHS Greenhouse Selling to Public for Two Days

Greenhouse Management class at the Gallatin High School will be selling to the public from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on May 2 and May 9. Prices are $10 for hanging baskets; $1 for four-pack budding plants (vegetable and flower); and $3 for perennials.

There are two classes of Greenhouse Management with about 20 students attending, according to Ron Alden, agriculture education instructor. The plants are grown from seeds or

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