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Gallatin Girl Scouts Heed Nature’s Call at McFall

Gallatin Girl Scout Troop 8057 went to Nature Calls in McFall on Friday, Oct. 24. While they were there they enjoyed the corn maze, a hay ride, a corn cannon, and other games. Pictured left to right are Ashten Parker; Kaylee Gilmore; Veronica Campbell; Madison Hunter; Brianna Gilmore; Olivia Woody; Laurie Walton Roll (Leader); Briar Roll; David Roll (Leader). Oct. 31 marks the birthday of Juliette Low, the founder of

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Castor — The Friendly Ghost of Winston

by Lanita Sconce Smith, DCGS President

Colfax Township was settled in 1836 by the Mormons. Little is known about those who settled there between 1839-1840. We know that James, Joseph and Edward Wood settled in 1839 on Smith Creek, becoming the first settlers after the Mormons. Benjamin Rowell came in 1840, settling on Marrowbone Creek, where it had the desired timber. One of the largest families who settled in Colfax

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5th Annual GHCAA Women’s Expo Planned

TRENTON, MO — Mark your calendars for Nov. 8, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., when the annual fundraiser benefitting Green Hills Community Action Agency’s Women’s Health Services Program once again comes to town. Over 45 vendor booths—for goods and merchandise, foods, pictures with Santa, and special appearances—have been reserved for the event, which takes place in the Trenton High School gym and commons area. For more information, visit greenhillswomenshealth.org

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Robinson Attends DuPont Conference

Cory Robinson, new DuPont Pioneer sales professional from CR Seeds & Services LLC, Winston, participated in training and a business conference at DuPont Pioneer headquarters in Johnston, Iowa, July 29-31, 2014. The conference provided an opportunity for Robinson to meet with Pioneer business leaders, learn about Pioneer(R) brand products and services, and participate in training about crop management and development. The conference included laboratory and plot tours to showcase the

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Election Day Approaches

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Absentee ballot applications are already being accepted and may be submitted through Oct. 29 by mail or in-person by 5 p.m. Nov. 3. Missouri voters are required to present a valid ID. Polling places in Daviess County on Election Day are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. A list of these locations will be published in next week’s edition. Samples of ballots to

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Veterans Breakfast Set for Nov. 11

Gallatin Frank Frazier Post #2172 will host a free buffet breakfast for all Daviess County veterans at the Corner Café in Gallatin from 6-8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11.

Continuous members, please remember to renew your dues. New members are always welcome to join Gallatin Frank Frazier Post #2172. Contact Commander Ray Clevenger at 334-0449.

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Gallatin Pride Band Marches Steadily Toward Improvement

The Gallatin Bulldog Pride Band performed in the Missouri Day Marching Festival on Saturday, Oct. 18, in Trenton. The Gallatin Band placed second in parade behind Fayette. The students have improved as a band, coming from fifth place at Carrollton Band Day to second place in Trenton. The flags ranked third in class two. Drumline also ranked third in class two. “As we close the competitive marching season, we look

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Who Puts the “Weeee!” in Halloween?

Daviess County Unity in Community is announcing some of the Halloween activities in the Daviess County area:

Gallatin: The 2nd Annual Haunted Halloween Squirrel Cage Haunted Jail will be presented from 6-10 p.m. on October 24 and 25; 6-11 p.m. on Oct. 31; and 6-10 p.m. on Nov. 1. The James Boys and other cowboy characters will be in the jail for fun antics! Donations are always appreciated.

Daviess Fine

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It’s Curtains for the Gallatin Theatre League

Brand new ones, that is

Thanks to Gallatin Theatre League patrons, the Courter Theater stage will have a fresh new look on opening night, Nov. 20. When the curtains go up on “All Aboard…Revisited,” they will be brand new.

After careful consideration of fabric content, color, and style, the Gallatin Theatre Board voted to purchase new curtains to be installed within the next six weeks. Our current curtains were purchased

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