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2016 Tax Sale Notice

Daviess County publishes the 2016 Tax Sale Notice, describing lots and lands for delinquent taxes to be sold Aug. 22 at the county courthouse in Gallatin. Click here to see the 2016 listings: Tax Sale Notice

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Daviess County participants do well in Shooting Sports

DC_Shooting Sports in ShootThe Grundy County Shooting Sports NFAA 300 Contest was held May 21 at the Trenton First Baptist Church Activity Center. The top three scorers in each category received a medal. Those from Daviess County who participated were Keaton Norman, 13th place in the Compound Release Aids – Junior Division; Libby Endicott, 6th Place in the Intermediate Division; James Tucker, 4th Place in the Compound Fingers – Junior Division; Alex

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 Bike Across Missouri (BAM) headed this way soon

On June 12, 2015, bicyclists from across the region will converge in St Joseph for the start of the Bike Across Missouri (BAM) or Big BAM. There are 700 cyclists expected for this event, which will last from June 12 through June 17. Bicyclists will travel a pre-determined route taking them across the entire width of Northern Missouri. This is a recreational event with stops each evening in a different

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Gallatin Theater League board met Tuesday, May 17. Keith and Tammy Gay hosted the meeting at their home. Members present were Tom Garrnet, Tammy Gay, Mary Jarboe, Allison Lockridge, Amy McMahon, and Jan Stout.

Board President Tammy Gay opened the meeting with Standing Committee reports.  McMahon stated that the Davis-Aulgur Foundation awarded GTL a $1,000 grant for the Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT). An additional grant application

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OATS for June

The OATS Garage Sale will be held from 10-11 a.m. on June 11 at 607 Field in Gallatin. The place was incorrectly reported as Jamesport in last week’s newspaper.

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NCMC hosts FFA officer training

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Samantha Gibson, Missouri FFA LEAD Facilitator, welcomes area FFA Officer’s to the training conference. 

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FFA Officers from Gallatin participate in a leadership training activity.

The Missouri FFA Association conducted Officer Training workshops on the North Central Missouri College campus in Trenton on June 1. Approximately 240 Chapter FFA Officers and Advisors from high schools across northwest Missouri participated in the workshops.

LEAD workshops are held at seven sites throughout Missouri

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P.E.O. Sisterhood promotes education

The Missouri State Chapter of P.E.O. Sisterhood held their 123rd annual convention recently. More than 330 representatives of P.E.O. chapters across Missouri attended the convention, held June 3-5 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center, Columbia. Kathy Robertson officer of Missouri Chapter BQ in Gallatin served the Missouri State Chapter as a delegate.

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Dates set for Camp Quality

The 30th annual Camp Quality Northwest Missouri will be held June 12 to 17 at Camp Farwesta, located just east of Stewartsville.

The camp is a non-profit organization that provides year-round programming for children diagnosed with cancer. The weeklong schedule of activities is its biggest event of the year.

Over 100 campers and 300 volunteers will arrive on the Sunday afternoon to begin the week.

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Host a foreign exchange student, gain a global perspective

World Heritage Student Exchange Programs is now looking for American families to host high school students from Asia. These personable and academically select exchange students speak English, are bright, curious, and eager to learn about this country through living as part of a family for an academic year and attending high school. Your support of these students reinforces the United States’ commitment to education and opportunity throughout the world.


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4th Annual Hunger Run raises $4,000 to fight hunger

hunger runOn May 28, The Community Cupboard, sponsored by The Walnut Street Baptist Church, held its 4th Annual Hunger Run (a dice run) in Cameron to raise money to help fight hunger in the community.  Twenty-five participants roared in on motorcycles from near and far to help with the cause. The route covered roughly 115 miles, and motorcycles stretched out over a mile and half. At the end of the

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