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Lucille Bruce Honored as Elder Emeritus

First Christian Church of Gallatin honored Lucille Bruce as Elder Emeritus on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015. She was presented a stained glass angel crafted from glass taken from the old sanctuary that was located off the square in Gallatin.

Elder Dennis Croy—a long-time friend of Lucille’s—gave a heartfelt tribute about her life and service to the church. He concluded by saying, “I, along with our other elders, our

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Access II 5K Color Run Set for May 16

Access II Independent Living Center will hold its annual 5K Color Run fundraiser event on Saturday, May 16, in Gallatin. All proceeds benefit Access II’s special projects for individuals with disabilities in our community.

Registration is $50; ages 13 and under is $35. Participants registered by May 1 will receive a t-shirt and a drawstring bag with this year’s race logo. Participants can also register on the day of the

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Daviess County Bridge Maintenance

The Grand River Bridge on Route 6 is reduced to one lane just east of Gallatin, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. Local maintenance crews are working on girder repairs beginning March 31. They have stoplights on either end of the bridge directing traffic through the work zone Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The road will be fully open to traffic on the weekends. The

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VFW District One Meeting

VFW District One Meeting Saturday, April 11, beginning at 11 a.m. at VFW Post 1773 in Carrollton. A memorial service for deceased members will be observed. New officers will take the oath of office.

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Blasts from the Past

April 6, 2005

Students in the NCMC Introduction to Theatre class will provide technical support for the college production of “Blithe Spirit,” a classic comedy. Members of the set crew include Kristy Lawrence of Gallatin.

Nicole Ray of North Daviess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray of Coffey, is a recipient of the HDC  Conference “Triple Student Athlete,” a new award that goes to student athletes who have been

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Area Children Are Eggstatic for Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Jayda Paige Curtis-Mazur

Kate McKinnon

Daviess County Nursing & Rehab on West Grand in Gallatin held its Annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 31. All Daviess County children up to fourth grade were welcome to attend. Children found candy, prizes, and had lots of fun in the sunny Spring weather. Jason Holt and Bethany Vandiver played Daffy and Daisy Duck.

Winners of the coloring contest received bikes donated by the

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Time to Get the Corn In?

Some producers were able to start planting corn this past week despite the rain received across the state, according to the USDA Crop Progress and Condition report released April 6. Precipitation averaged 1.14 inches statewide with over two inches of rain being recorded in Southern Missouri. Temperatures averaged 53.8 degrees, four degrees above normal.

There were 2.4 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending April 5. Topsoil moisture supply

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Two GHS Students Raise Money for Camp Quality

Over the air waves

Tristen Wilson and Aubrey Nelson attended “class” at the Cameron Radio Station, KKWK-1001.1 for a day-long fundraising event on March 27 and helped raise over $13,000 in sponsorship for Camp Quality.

The two Gallatin High School students were asked to participate in a telethon to raise money for the camp, which serves children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship,

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Chief’s Tea at Women’s Shelter on April 10

Green Hills Women’s Shelter of Trenton will hold The Chief’s Tea from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on April 10 at the First Christian Church in Trenton. The event is hosted by Trenton’s Chief of Police Tommy Wright. The goal of the event is to promote awareness of barriers and challenges faced by survivors of domestic and sexual violence through speakers with specialized skills or personal testimonies.


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