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Mic-O-Say to Hold Conclave at Central High School

The Boy Scouts Tribe of Mic-O-Say will return to Central High School in St. Joseph to conduct their annual Winter Conclave. The event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 7, and will feature the popular “Planet Hollywood” theme. The event will draw close to four hundred scout leaders from seven states. Tim Fischer of Falls City, Neb., and Ryan Hager of Olathe, Kan., are chairing the event. The program will

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Access II delivers 57 holiday baskets

Access II, Independent Living Center would like to thank Dungy’s Market, WDCH Trucking and the Gallatin High School FFA for donating food items for its Holiday Food Baskets. With these donations Access II was able to provide 57 baskets to consumers in our community. For information about all of the services that are offered, please call Access II Independent Living Center at 888-663-2423.

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Donations received for OATS fares

Beginning January 1, Daviess County residents can access transportation on the OATS bus with no fare being charged for as long as the donation money lasts.

Donations were given by the Gallatin Christian Women’s Fellowship and Gallatin Methodist.

Call your local contact for more information.

To schedule a ride on any of these routes, call the contact number in your town:

Gallatin: Marge Hennen (660) 663-2075

St. Joseph: Joyce Becerra 

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Gallatin club adopts family for Christmas

The Laureate Delta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Dec. 5 at the home of Nancy Tate. Gifts were brought for the family adopted for Christmas. Nancy gave a surprisingly difficult quiz on Christmas trivia. The evening’s prize went to Nancy Terry with best wishes for her upcoming wedding.

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Donations received for OATS fares

Beginning January 1, Daviess County residents can access transportation on the OATS bus with no fare being charged for as long as the donation money lasts.

Donations were given by the Gallatin CWF and Gallatin Methodist.

Call your local contact for more information.

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Certain poor shepherds…give blood

As freezing temperatures and harsh weather grip much of the nation, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to make an appointment to give blood or platelets to help meet the constant need for blood this winter.

You can give blood at the Gallatin First Baptist Church on Jan. 9, from 3-7 p.m. The church is located at 511 West Richardson Street.

Millions of people are expected to take to

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OATS, Inc. receives donation from Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri

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OATS Driver Doug Spears (far left) and Farmers Bank Executive Vice President Rick Klingensmith (second from right) with OATS riders and bank employees.

OATS, Inc., a Missouri non-profit transportation provider, is pleased to receive a $15,000 donation from the Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri. In an effort to ensure residents are provided reliable transportation to allow them to live independently in their own communities, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri presented

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Garden and Craft Club holds Christmas luncheon

The Gallatin Garden and Craft Club met at the home of Veda Heldenbrand for the Nov. 15 meeting.

Roll call was what fruit do you like to eat best during winter time? The orange was hands down the winner. Discussion proceeded on the Red Blood Orange variety, and who has eaten them in our club.

The future project for 2017 of the barn quilt blocks was given the pros and

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Help count birds for science during Audubon’s 117th Annual Christmas Bird Count

The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers to participate in the longest-running citizen science survey, the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC). On Dec. 17, birders and nature enthusiasts of Grand River Audubon Society will take part in this tradition, many rising before dawn to participate.

Terry McNeely has been the Grand River Audubon compiler and participant for the last 26 years. He said every year has offered different experiences along

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