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Over 47 youngsters signed up for the Access II Kids Fishing Derby held Saturday, April 22, at Dockery Park pond in Gallatin. The event was free and open to children up to age 16.

Missouri Department of Conservation provided fishing poles and tackle for the children to use during the event. Gallatin Men’s Club provided hot dogs.

According to Jessica Adkins, Marketing and Development Director at Access II, the competition

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The April 19 issue of North Missourian is now available!

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He is not here; He is risen! Easter service

Gallatin First Christian: Our Easter worship schedule is as follows: Maundy Thursday April 13 – Come experience a re-enactment, by the men and youth of our church, portraying Jesus’ Last Supper beginning at 7 p.m. Good Friday Service April 14 – The Gallatin Ministerial Alliance holds this special service every year. This year First Christian Church will host at 7 p.m. Easter Sunday April 16 – Join us for a

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Spring showers brings….flooding! A dry winter quickly changed into a soggy spring last week, causing waters in the Grand River to exceed its banks. This is an aerial view of the river horseshoe east of Gallatin with B&S Auction and Gallatin Truck & Tractor upper left, MFA Exchange upper right, and Missouri Sand appearing as an island in the center of the flooding. The Grand River has since receded. [Photo

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When does old age begin?

Once I found myself seated amid neighbors and friends in the public meeting room in the basement of the then First National Bank. It was Gallatin’s only public meeting room at that time, so it was used for a wide variety of reasons.

The presentation underway was about alcoholism. A debate ensued about whether alcoholism should be viewed as a vice or a disease. It wasn’t hard to distinguish the

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Baby Kitty needs found

Baby Kitty, the cat, has been missing for about two weeks from 701 West Grand. He just all of a sudden disappeared. Baby is a “door knocker”…that is, he will scratch on your door and invite himself in if he knows you. Baby is a big cat and a long cat. He weighs 20 pounds. He looks like a cougar. He is greenish-yellow-gold underneath and darker on top. He is

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GHS FCCLA qualifies 16 for national competition, wins third in project

Pictured is FCCLA President Kaitlyn Bird accepting the third place Missouri State Winner plaque for the Families First national program.

Gallatin FCCLA chapter qualified 16 students for national competition and was selected as the third place state winner for their ‘Families First’ national program project.

The ‘Families First’ project was called Operation Unstoppable Christmas and was awarded during the annual Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership

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Senior Boxes of food coming in April

A new program called Senior Boxes will become available at the Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center Food Bank in April, according to Bill and Karen Reed, directors.

In addition to their regular commodities, participants will be able to pick up a 35-pound box of nourishing food. The foods include canned protein, juice, vegetables, fruit and cereal. The food is distributed through Second Harvest out of St. Joseph through the

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Brush control meeting set Wednesday, March 22

Daviess County Farm Bureau and Daviess County will host a public meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 22 at the Gallatin Lions Club building. The topic is brush control and the need to put some teeth in the brush control laws. Missouri State Representative J Eggleston and State Senator Dan Hegeman will be in attendance.

There will also be discussion about counties taking over the maintenance of blacktop roads and

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