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As jurists weigh the fate of convicted terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after the Boston marathon bombing, a jurist who joined in the unanimous decision to impose the death penalty on another terrorist almost 20 years ago says: "I hope you can live with your decision..."
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Applications Still Being Accepted for City Openings

Gallatin Administrative Advisor Phil Tate reported that seven applications have been received for the city administrator position and six applications have been received for city clerk position. Applications will be accepted for another two weeks and then interviews will be conducted for both positions.

In other business at the March 9 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen, Mr. Tate met with Rotary and discussed placing their flag pole on

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Daviess County Financial Statement (year end Dec. 31, 2014)

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Contracts Coming in for City Openings

Interim City Administrator Phil Tate reported on job applications that have been submitted for city administrator, city clerk and pool manager. Tentative plans are to keep open the administrator and clerk positions for 30 days followed by review and timeline for interviews. Pool Manager applications are due by Feb. 27.

Public Works Director Mark Morey submitted a list of future projects for each utility department, a water loss worksheet on

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Two Shadow Representative Eggleston

Two members from the Gallatin R-5 FBLA chapter journeyed to Jefferson City and visited with State Rep. J. Eggleston during Career and Technical Student Organizations Legislative Day activities. Maria Pizzo and Aubrey Nelson, shown here with Rep. Eggleston, were among club members from throughout the state who visited and shadowed legislators. Becca Wiglesworth from Maysville was also a participant. [submitted photo]

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Phil Tate Will Serve as Consultant During Admin Search

Phil Tate was hired as administrative consultant for a fee of $25 per hour to serve during the search for a city administrator after a closed session during the meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, Feb. 9. The present administrator, Zac Johnson, announced his resignation with his last day being Feb. 20.

City Administrator Zac Johnson announced the pre-bid meeting for the new water plant project would

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Great Day for the County at the Capital

Great Northwest Day at The Capitol exists as a cooperative effort by Northwest Missouri communities to unify and enhance the region’s image in Jefferson City and to pursue issues and legislation beneficial to the “Great Northwest.”

A number of residents from Daviess County joined others from Northwest Missouri in Jefferson City on Feb. 3 to represent our county and region. Over 250 residents met to inform our state’s legislators and

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015.

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January 28, 2015

The road & bridge crew are cutting brush, according to Supervisor James Lewis. They have been in Grand River and Union Townships cutting brush around bridges. Metal for the bridge on 242nd Street has been ordered.

Tim Baker with University of Missouri discussed the upcoming meeting

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Pattonsburg Approves Financial Reports

The six month financial reports were reviewed and approved during the January meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen. The reports will be printed in the North Missourian.

Monthly reports were reviewed and bills paid.

The General Provisions Ordinance and the Board of Alderman and Mayor Ordinances were adopted.

Insurance was renewed through Cretcher Heartland.

The T-Mobile upgrade agreement for the antenna’s on the water tower to support 4G service

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New bridge opened to traffic

This picture was taken a few weeks ago while the bridge on Ember Avenue (County Road 330) west of Pattonsburg was still under construction, but it is now finished and in use.

Final inspection was performed last Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m., according to Daviess County Commissioner Carl Carder. [Staff Photo/TLH]

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