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MSHP Troop H — Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, and Worth Counties — will be participating in the Thanksgiving holiday weekend enforcement operations. These operations’ objective is to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes. Throughout the holiday weekend, troopers within Troop H and throughout the state will be participating in Operation C.A.R.E. (Combined Accident Reduction Effort). In addition to
8:15 am – Jessica Baines, 28, Spearman, TX, was transferred to DDCRJ from Ochiltree Co., Texas. Baines was arrested in Texas on Daviess County warrant for FTA for class D felony DWI, persistent offender. Bond is set at $10,000 cash only.
8:55 am – Well-being check requested.
10:50 am – Cameron PD advising they have arrested Jarom Williams, 39, Cameron, on Daviess County warrant for probation violations, original
Everywhere a chick chick
Will organic egg farming in Jamesport give the town something to crow about, or will issues with odor and water use cause it to lay an egg?
To help answer that question, two Amish farmers got together with members of the Jamesport community to discuss their organic egg operations during a meeting at the A.V. Spillman Event Center on Nov. 19.
Ivan Kauffman and Ivan Schrock
When a Livingston County deputy attempted to stop a driver near Chillicothe on Nov. 19, the vehicle fled, resulting in a short chase by law enforcement. Soon after, Kristopher K. Simpson, 33, of Jamesport, was arrested for a variety of traffic violations and for running from the police.
Simpson was charged by the Livingston County Associate Court with alleged class D felony resisting arrest by flight, creating a substantial risk
The Gettin Place in Breckenridge opened Nov. 15 with a hunter’s breakfast and a good turn out from the community who support the young couple who have opened the business.
“Breckenridge is 12 to 15 miles away from anything,” said owner Matt Gardner. “We want our business to be successful, but we also want it to be a place the whole town will appreciate, be proud of, and get stuff.”
An average of 26 volunteers from most every church in Gallatin gave 7,781 hours of service to the community, according to Bill and Karen Reed with the Seventh-Day Adventist Community Service Center, located on South Clay Street in Gallatin. Those volunteers helped an average of 47-50 families each week and an average of 146 persons a week.
The community provided 43,437 articles of clothing to give away; 731 pairs of
I just want to say thank you for putting the article in your paper about the duck (Howard) being gone.
We finally figured out what happened to her.
Somebody dumped off a black Lab dog. It had been hanging around for two or three weeks. We had chased it out of the yard several times.
Sometime after midnight Sunday and early Monday morning, the dog got the duck.
Our elected officials on the national level of government released the following comments after President Obama unilaterally issued an executive order to effectively grant amnesty to an estimated four million illegal immigrants last week:
Congressman Sam Graves (R-6th District) – “The actions outlined by the President are another display of his blatant disregard for our constitutional system, the American people, and all those who went through the extensive process of
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