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Gallatin youth receives Best of Show

Daniel Billings, 16, of Gallatin received first place in Best of Show for this painting of a drake wood duck during judging for the Missouri Federal Junior Duck Stamp Contest. The event took place recently at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Big Muddy Contact Station out of Booneville. Over 200 entries from throughout the state were judged. Daniel’s artwork will represent Missouri in the National Junior Duck Stamp Contest

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Gallatin High School Play…Murder at the Malt Shop… serves up the laughs

The Gallatin School Play Murder at the Malt Shop will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, at the Courter Theater in Gallatin. Tickets are $5 at the door.

“We really appreciate the Gallatin Theatre League for the use of the Courter Theater Stage,” said the play’s Director Laurie Walton-Roll. “It’s been a very helpful tool to teach our student’s

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Hang your ‘Gone Fishing’ sign and join Access II for summer fun

Access II Independent Living Center is preparing for several summer events.

First up, Rep. J Eggleston will be at Access II at 101 Industrial Parkway in Gallatin at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 22. Access II will discuss disability issues and proposed cuts to the state budget with Rep. Eggleson. They will also take him on a tour of the office building and explain the services Access II provides and

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Blast from the past

March 14, 2007

Shelly Renee Taul, daughter of Alan and Cathy Maddox of Gallatin and Donald Taul of Jamesport, graduated with honors Magna Cum Laude, Dec. 16, 2006, from Missouri Western State University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Gallatin R-5 freshman Levi Michener, who recently captured a third place medal in the MSHSAA State Wrestling Championships, received Academic All-State recognition.

Riley Rains, a senior at Gallatin R-5, recently signed

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Reaching out to Nicaragua

Gallatin and Jamesport Methodist Churches are gathering resources and support to be able to go on a mission trip and minister to the people of Nicaragua during May. Each trip costs between $1,400-$1,500 and the group is hoping to raise a total of $5-$6,000 before leaving in May.

Over $2,300 was raised during the Methodist Church Trivia Night held Feb. 25. The next schedule fundraiser is a spaghetti fundraiser at

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Missouri Silver Haired Legislature hosts Advocacy Day at Capitol

On Feb. 28, 2017, 71 Silver Haired Legislature (SHL) delegates from all over Missouri met at the Capitol in Jefferson City, for a regular meeting of the Board of Directors and to personally deliver their message to their respective Legislators. Delegates highlighted the SHL’s past achievements, as well as its current priorities, using the new 2017 SHL brochure.

SHL delegates came together last fall for their 43rd Annual Conference. Those

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How does a $55,850 bid blossom into a $220,177 bill?

Most travelers to Lake Viking spend little time thinking about the roads they use. If roads are adequate and in good repair, few have questions when roads seem as they should be.

But today, questions about shoulder and ditch improvements on the Altamont Entrance Road (165th Street) are now being raised almost a year after construction bids were first advertised and improvements completed.

How does a low bid of $55,850

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Don’t be mind blown by tornadoes…make a plan for when the storm comes

Severe Weather Awareness Week and Statewide Tornado Drill help prepare Missourians for severe weather threats

In just one weekend last month, 19 people were killed by tornadoes in the southeastern U.S., more than were killed by tornadoes in the entire U.S. during all of 2016. It’s a reminder of just how deadly severe weather can be, and why the National Weather Service, the State Emergency Management Agency and local emergency

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Boater Safety Certification Course To Be Offered At Troop H Headquarters

Captain James E. McDonald, commanding officer Troop H, St Joseph, announces a boater safety certification course will be offered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Saturday, March 25, 2017, at Troop H Headquarters, 3525 North Belt, St. Joseph, Missouri. There is no fee for the course; however, students are required to pre-register online as seating will be limited. For more information, to register for the course, or to obtain

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