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Jail Considers Part-Time Nurse, Ready to Shred Old Files

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board discussed the need to hire a part-time nurse to work at the jail. The jail’s administration had already met with Dr. Norman Johnson, owner of Advanced Correctional Healthcare (ACH), the facilities health care provider. The cost to hire a nurse for 20 to 30 hours per week would be about $28,000. ACH will proceed to look for a nurse and get back with the board.

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Rains Selected as Member of National FFA Band

Jarod Rains, a member of the Gallatin FFA chapter in Gallatin, will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 28-31 during the 2015 National FFA Convention & Expo in Louisville, Ky.

Jarod Rains, a junior and the son of Lance and Beth Rains, has been selected to play Baritone Saxophone in the National FFA Band.

Jarod Rains submitted an audition tape and was selected to help bring full instrumental

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Letters for the Ladies or Lads – September 2015

Red Flags & Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

Telling you that you can never do anything right

Showing jealousy of your friends and time spent away

Keeping you or discouraging you from seeing friends or family members

Embarrassing or shaming you with put-downs

Controlling every penny spent in the household

Taking your money or refusing to give you money for expenses

Looking at you or acting in ways that scare

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Something Magical at the Daviess County Library

The Daviess County Library will open the conference room the week of Mabon, the Autumn Equinox, Tuesday through Saturday, Sept. 22 – 26, during regular hours as a creative space for patrons to make tiny magical abodes. Each patron creator is invited to bring a miniature birdhouse or create one from scratch with the available supplies on the library’s MakerCart. Additional supplies are welcome, things like: old stamps, decorative shelf

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Chautauqua Organizers Announce Juried Art Show

Dust off your art supplies!

This year’s Chautauqua, which will run from Sept. 17-20, will have a new addition, a juried art show! Located in the beautiful Seasons restaurant right on the Gallatin square, the art show will feature painting, drawing and photography by artists young and old. There are several ways to participate.


Not an artsy type? No problem. Come and admire the efforts of your

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Heldenbrands are State Fair Farm Family for Daviess County

Duane and Angie Heldenbrand and family of Winston were among the 110 families honored during the Missouri State Fair’s Farm Family Day on Aug. 11. The Heldenbrands were selected as the Daviess Missouri State Fair Farm Family by the Daviess County Extension Council and local Farm Bureau. The family includes Gillian Heldenbrand, who is currently serving as the 2015-2016 Winston FFA Chapter Secretary, and Kristen Heldenbrand, a former president of

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Volleyball May Be Next at Dockery Park

Bob Robertson, ball game coordinator for Dockery Park, gave a sports report to the Dockery Park Board during their meeting on Aug. 20, with discussion about the possibility of putting a volleyball court in at the park. Various locations were discussed as options and site work will be explored as a next step.

Mr. Robertson reported that background checks will be implemented next year for coaches and youth sports volunteers.

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Tax Levy Set, City Looks at Sludge Press for Sewer Plant

An ordinance was accepted during the meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, Aug. 24, which set the 2015 tax levy rates for property taxes as follows: General Revenue Fund .6267; Parks and Recreation Fund .2230; Band Fund .0200.

Public Works Director Mark Morey informed the council it will cost $4,000 to repair an aerator at the sewer plant. Discussion was held on possibly purchasing a sludge press

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Gallatin Club Will Join in City Wide Garage Sale

The Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Aug. 24 at the home of Ruth Frost for Beginning Day. Nita Cragg reported on the birthday lunch for Kay Kordes at the Blue Sage in Hamilton. Nancy Terry reported on the  July 22 outing to the Black Silo Winery in Trenton to celebrate  the other summer birthdays. Carol Wood handed out the new yearbook and discussed changes. Linda

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