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Election Day Approaches

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Absentee ballot applications are already being accepted and may be submitted through Oct. 29 by mail or in-person by 5 p.m. Nov. 3. Missouri voters are required to present a valid ID. Polling places in Daviess County on Election Day are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. A list of these locations will be published in next week’s edition. Samples of ballots to

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Winston Ready for Haunts and Hay Rides

Winston’s Fall Festival and Halloween Party will be held from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, in the village park. Events will include a hay ride for young children, a haunted hay ride for older kids, food, and other activities.

It was reported during the Oct. 6 meeting of the Winston Board of Trustees that the road grader has arrived and is ready to work. The John Deere 670-A motor

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Hug Your Trees — City Getting Ready to Trim

City crews will be doing extensive tree trimming this fall, according to Gallatin Administrator Zac Johnson.

“This fall we will be doing a lot of tree trimming in utility easements and along city right-of-way,” Mr. Johnson said. “We will notify property owners when trimming around the electrical lines if the tree is located on their property. As for the trimming along the streets, low hanging branches, around stop signs, etc.,

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Great Northwest Day Showcases Local Attributes

In communities and counties throughout northwest Missouri, preparations for the 2014 Great Northwest Day at the Capitol are in full swing, according to local coordinator Denise Felderman, Jamesport.

County coordinators for each of the 18 counties that comprise the northwest Missouri region are working with local citizens, councils, commissions and chambers to gather important legislative priorities. Once assembled, priorities will be narrowed down to the top three or four for

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Volunteer for Election Day

If interested in being a poll worker, call 800-669-8683, or visit sos.mo.gov/pollworker for more information.

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Jameson Man Seeks Presidency in 2016

What is his plan?

Dale Christensen, Jameson, an international businessman, entrepreneur and former professor of business, announced on Oct. 6 that he had filed with the Federal Exchange Commission to become the first Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election.

Dale Christensen

Mr. Christensen extends a challenge to everyone in America to read the Constitution with family and neighbors, and talk about it and remember it.

“It’s the only thing

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Capitol Perspectives: Political Transformations

by Phill Brooks

During my professional career, I have experienced two major political transformations that fundamentally changed our society. Recent developments in Missouri make me wonder if we’re experiencing a similar transformation today involving gay rights — or, at least, gay marriages in Missouri.

The two political transformations in my time involved the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. I’ve been thinking about those two changes as I’ve watched

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Gallatin City Administrator Receives Statewide MPUA Award

Pictured left to right are Zac Johnson, Gallatin City Administrator, who received an MPUA award recently, with Richard Shockley, MJMEUC Chair and Lebanon Public Works Director.

A statewide organization of municipal utilities has presented its Jack Swearingen “Seven Hats” Award to Zac Johnson, Gallatin City Administrator. The award, given by the Missouri Public Utility Alliance (MPUA), recognizes an individual for special skills in many responsibilities involved in serving a municipal

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E-filing … It’s Coming!

Daviess County Circuit Clerk Pam Howard attended Judicial Court Clerk College from Oct. 1-3 at the Lake of the Ozarks. The purpose of the college is to educate clerks on various issues. Among topics covered at the college was e-filing and electronic courts. E-filing will be implemented in the 43rd Circuit, which includes Daviess County, in May of 2015.

With e-filing, all paperwork for every case will be scanned

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