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Upward Bound Accepting Applications

Upward Bound (UB) is now accepting applications. UB is a program that assists high school students in preparing for successful college entrance through academic year advising, tutoring, and a culturally rewarding summer component. UB serves six school districts: Trenton R-9, Chillicothe R-II, Gallatin R-V, Hamilton RII, Tri-County R-VII, and Grundy R-V. Applications and additional information can be found at www.ncmissouri.edu/ub or at the high school counselor’s office. Applications are due

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AYBF Fundraiser Nets $42,000

This year’s event had a great turnout.

The twenty-third annual dinner-auction and golf tournament for the Farmers’ Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund (AYBF) raised $42,000 this year. The monies raised included $5,500 from more than 1,000 Farmers’ Electric Cooperative Members who participate in Operation Round Up each month. The main auction raised $15,600. The highest bid item of the evening, a bat used by Kansas City Royals left fielder Alex

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Winston Sets Tax Levy, Audit Reveals Full Compliance

The Winston R-6 School Board set the total tax rate $3.09 per $100 assessed value. This represents an operating tax levy at $3 per $100 assessed value and a debt service levy of $.09 per $100 assessed.

This will be the fifth year in a row that the proposed tax rate will be lower than the previous year, noted R-6 Superintendent Brian Robinson. Looking back 20 years, the Winston R-V6

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SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available

Small, nonfarm businesses in 112 Missouri counties, including Daviess, and neighboring counties in Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Tennessee are now eligible to apply for low‑interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by the excessive rainfall and flooding.

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More Competition Results from State Fair

4-H & FFA Sheep Fitting: Junior – 8-12 Yrs of Age: 3rd – Alex Endicott. Gallatin.

Sheep Fitting: Pair Class (1 Inter. Exh.& 1 Jr. Exh.): 2nd – Libby Endicott. Gallatin.

Boer Goats: 6 to Under 9 Months: 3rd B Haley Alden, Hamilton; 20 to Under 24 Months: 4th B Grace Von Optiz, Gallatin; 36 Months Plus: 3rd – Grace Von Opitz, Gallatin.

Hampshire Junior Ram Lamb:

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Free Family History Workshop

The Family History Center at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2930 Oklahoma Trenton, will be hosting a free-to-the-public seminar in writing family histories from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept.19.

Local author and family historian Barbara Nicholson will be conducting. If any questions please phone Jim Meals at 660-663-2782 for more information.

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Splash Down! for Searcy Kindergarten


The Gallatin Fire Protection District greeted Covel D. Searcy Elementary kindergarten students with a “Back to School Splash Night” on Aug. 20. The Gallatin Fire Protection District and the kindergarten classes are partners in education.

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County Road Work

The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in Daviess County for the week of Aug. 31 – Sept. 6, from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Many projects will include lane closures, and delays can be expected. MoDOT reminds the public to buckle up, slow down, and drive with extreme caution through work zones. Routes UU, C, T, E, Y and V – Pothole patching, Aug.

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Pattonsburg Hires Ordinance Officer, Sets Tax Rate

Christy Eden Browder was invited to discuss contracting to be the city’s ordinance enforcement officer during the June meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen. The board agreed to contract her at a maximum of 20 hours per month, $20 for the first hour and $10 for every hour after that. The city’s “dogs and cats” ordinance received corrections, updates and clarifications and the pound license was approved during the

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