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Report Poaching Problems to OGT

Operation Game Thief (OGT) is Missouri’s anti-poaching program, designed to protect the fish, forest, and wildlife resources in our state. OGT—a partnership between the MDC and the Conservation Federation of Missouri—provides a state-wide, 24-hour toll-free hotline for the reporting of poaching or violation. Call 800-392-1111 to leave an anonymous report, for which you may be considered for a reward.

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WGU Awards Scholarship to NCMC Graduate

Western Governors University (WGU) Missouri has awarded North Central Missouri College graduate Tina Granier, of Coffey, a Class of 2014 Scholarship as part of a partnership between the two institutions to provide affordable higher education to Missourians. The scholarship is valued at $2,000. The partnership also offers a 5% discount on WGU Missouri’s tuition of $6,000 per year to all graduates of NCMC.

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Foster/Adoptive Parents Needed

In Northwest Missouri, more than 4000 children suffer from abuse and neglect. These kids are in need of a family. Whether or not you’ve considered fostering or adopting before, go to healthyfamilies4kids.org, or call 855-SRV-KIDS for more information about what it takes to get involved and make a life-altering difference.

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All is Well at the Lagoon

Melvin McFee reported that all is working well at the lagoon during the Oct. 6 meeting of the Altamont-Winston Sewer Board.

A 2014 budget amendment was presented to increase the line item for utilities due to high electricity costs this year.

The 2015 budget was approved.

The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 5, at 6:30 p.m.

Board members present were Arvella Eaton, Ed Miller, Cindy Ball, Bill Michael.

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Sports Collectibles Auction to Benefit Dream Factory

TRENTON, MO — The Dream Factory of Northwest Missouri has planned a fundraiser for October 17 at the First Christian Church, 1700 Princeton Road. Items autographed by famous sports figures, as well as other memorabilia, will be auctioned off. Tailgating and a silent auction begin at 4 p.m., followed by a live auction at 6:30. Some KC Royals alumni are scheduled for appearances. For more information, visit http://dreamfactoryincnwm.org/.

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Dream Factory Holds Sports Memorabilia Auction

The Dream Factory of Northwest Missouri will be holding a Sports Memorabilia Auction on Friday, Oct. 17, at the First Christian Church at 1700 Princeton Road in Trenton. A full listing of auction items is available at gpcink.com.

Silent auction is from 4-6:30; tailgate party at 5 with food and drink; live auction starts at 6:30. At 5:30 Dennis Leonard and Brian McRae, former KC Royals, will be signing autographs.

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Turkey Trot for Soldiers

CHILLICOTHE, MO — It’s the Comfort Inn & Suites’ 5th Annual Turkey Trot for Soldiers, Saturday, Nov. 1. Registration begins at 7 a.m., race at 8. (If pre-registered by Oct. 24, 5 p.m., entrant is ensured a participation t-shirt.) For more information, call 660-646-9900 or email [email protected] All proceeds will benefit the 1/129th Battery B Family Readiness Group in Chillicothe.

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Bulldogs Work It Out, Flags Take First

The Gallatin Bulldog Pride Marching Band placed fourth in the Central Methodist University Band Day Festival in Fayette last Saturday. The Gallatin Flag Corps placed first in street auxiliary and second in the color guard competition with their routine to “Love Runs Out” choreographed by coach Amy Hobbs. The Gallatin Drumline placed third in the competition to their routine “The Good, The Bad and The Bulldogs.”

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Get PEPPI and Overcome Your Fears

Active Aging Resource Center at Gallatin is offering a second session of PEPPI beginning Monday, Nov. 3. Classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays and last through Wednesday, Dec. 10. Certified instructor Elizabeth Plotner leads the classes which last from 2-3 p.m.

PEPPI (Peer Exercise Program Promotes Independence) is a physical activity program specifically designed for older adults age 60 and above, and disabled adults. The goal of the program

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