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Jail meeting

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board will meet at 10 a.m. Friday, March 25 in the training trailer at Pattonsburg, 102 North Meadows Lane. The financial report will be followed by old business, including the painting of the jail, turnkey contract, and K-9 purchase for Daviess. New business will cover a possible open house. Closed session will be held.

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Mathew to Speak At April Parkinson’s Meeting

The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Support group will have as guest speaker at their April 7 meeting, Mary Mathew, physical therapist. Mary graduated from University of Kansas Medical Center with a B.S. in physical therapy. She has worked in various settings, including 10 years as part owner of Covenant Rehab in Chillicothe. She is currently working in the PT department at Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton.

Mary’s experience with

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Area 2 officers selected

The 2016-2017 Area 2 FFA officers were selected March 9, 2016, at Cameron through an interview process. The new officer team is pictured, left to right, front row, Allison Batson (reporter), Claire Stuedle (sentinel), Seth Gibson (chaplain), Avery Webb (historian), Jacob Graham (parliamentarian); back row, Gillian Heldenbrand (treasurer), Tanner Daugherty(secretary), Mattison Ishmael (2nd vice-president), Madelyn Warren (1st vice-president), and Mariah Fox (president). [Submitted Photo]

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Knee Hi carves out technique at meeting

web_4H meeting 2016-3-9 Knee-Hi Meeting - Guest Steve Holt1Knee-Hi 4-H Club met Wednesday, March 9, with a demonstration by local artist and wood carver Steve Holt. He shared wood carving techniques, tools and finished projects with club members.  Mr. Holt carved a small wooden owl out of bass wood and he made sure each member had one.  New business included the club fundraiser of selling trash bags. Rolls are $12 a piece and vary in size and quantity. 

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Cravens Camp meeting

SCV Surgeon John Cravens Camp meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on March 17 at the Friends in Christ Church at 402 N. Main, across the street West from Dungy’s Market. Anyone interested in history or family ancestors is welcome.

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Head start recruiting children

The Green Hills Head Start Program, sponsored by North Central Missouri
College of Trenton, is now recruiting children for the 2016-2017 school

Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that prepares
preschool children for kindergarten. Head Start provides an individualized
approach to (1) school readiness skills, (2) physical, dental, nutritional, and
mental health, and (3) family engagement opportunities. Additionally, Head
Start partners with local public schools to provide

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The Community Foundation signs MOA with Communities of Excellence 2026

The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri has signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Communities of Excellence 2026 to serve as the backbone organization for a pilot in the 18 county region.  This is one of three different pilots across the USA including San Diego County, Calif., and Rochester, Minn. The criteria is designed to keep the communities focused on the most important customers, stakeholders and drivers of quality of

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Daviess County Arts Council seeks new members

The Daviess County Arts council is looking for new members. Volunteering to be part of the arts council is a wonderful way to serve the community and work to make Daviess County a better place. Running the events which are conducted by the arts council takes a lot of preparation and coordination. The council is looking for more members to share this great movement of helping Daviess County continue to

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Jail seeks vendors for audio equipment

A quote estimated at $2,400 was received for audio equipment for the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail during a meeting of the board held Feb. 26. Other vendors will be researched.  The audio equipment is for a new intercom system for throughout the jail, along with an audio recorder for one of the interview rooms used by law enforcement.

Ed Howard gave the financial report which was accepted by the board as

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