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Fatality Accident Near Chillicothe

This morning at 7:35 a.m. in Livingston County, north of Wheeling, a vehicle driven east by Penny Anderson, 44, of Wheeling, struck a horse-drawn buggy driven by 10-year-old Joshua Leinbach (who was carrying two younger sisters). Joshua was thrown from the buggy and pronounced dead at 8:31 a.m. All others involved in the accident were carried to Hedrick Medical Center by emergency services, with injuries ranging from minor to serious.

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Missouri Disabled Sportsmen: Success is Always in Sight

“We hunters take all kinds of things for granted,” said Pete Eisentrager, a member of the Board of Directors for Missouri Disabled Sportsmen, Inc., out of Moberly. “We get up and have our stuff thrown on in thirty minutes. We climb trees, walk across muddy fields. We have no idea what challenges the disabled face on a daily basis just to get up and get out the door in the

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What’s Gallatin Got? We Got This!

Gallatin Theatre League is putting the finishing touches on their spring production “Guys and Dolls” to be performed this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 26-28. This Broadway musical is a favorite of theater lovers and performers alike. It has all the elements audiences love: laughter, action, romance, and music. Countless hours have gone into the rehearsals and practice. You don’t want to miss it. Tickets are available, (but going fast)

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Search for City Administrator, Clerk Progresses

Administrative Advisor Phil Tate told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their March 23 meeting that he will begin the process of vetting and scheduling the interview process for both the city administrator and city clerk positions. There are seven applications for administrator and seven for city clerk.

Police Chief Mark Richards submitted a report on activity from March 9-23 with the following reports taken and tickets given: 1-Animal control

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GHS Wrestlers Recognized with Proclamations

Michael Stanley and Rep. J. Eggleston

Representative J. Eggleston (District 002 Republican) presented proclamations to Gallatin R-5 wrestlers Michael Stanley and Jesse Bundy during an assembly on Tuesday, March 24. Rep.

Eggleston stated these two students represented themselves, their family, school and country well, both as athletes and as lifelong learners, and should be recognized for their achievements. Both wrestlers were state champions.





Jesse Bundy was

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.

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James Lewis, road and bridge supervisor, and his crew placed rock on river bridges.

Collector-Treasurer Reta Rains submitted the Collector’s Annual Settlement to be filed with the Department of Revenue.

Dave Linville discussed road closure for CART roads.

Bills were reviewed and approved.

Carl Carder moved to approve CART

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Area Scam Alert – Asphalt Work

Please be advised of asphalt scammers working in the area. Many reports of the offense have come from family members after the fact, not the victims themselves.

If someone approaches you, or you’re seeking asphalt work, make sure the company is reputable. Ask for references. If a company or individual seems suspicious in nature, please notify the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office by calling 660-663-2031.

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Are We Dumber Than Rocks?

Dw.cdrA couple of decades ago (has it been 20 years already, really?) we were talking about the Information Highway. Our efforts to initiate websites promoting real estate and auctions kicked off in 1996. Back then, who’d have thought we’d have smart phones with Google maps and all sorts of apps for virtually anything at our fingertips.

Back then I never thought I’d spend so much time behind a keyboard. Or

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