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Daviess County Sheriff Activity Report


12:20 pm – Walk-in to Sheriff’s Office (SO) regarding theft of gasoline in Jamesport.

3:40 pm – Walk-in to SO regarding C&I driver in Jamesport.

6:57 pm – Complaint regarding dirt bike in Winston.

8:26 pm – C&I driver on I-35.


12:40 pm – Removing abandoned vehicle east of Pattonsburg.

3:03 pm – C&I driver on I-35 at the 75mm.

4:12 pm – Two-vehicle accident on Highway 6

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Pedal Tractor Race Winners

Chautauqua Pedal Tractor race was held Saturday, Sept. 20, sponsored by Gallatin Truck and Tractor, Terry Implement and American Family Insurance – Sandy Ward.

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Ages 9-11: 3rd Damien Santee, 2nd Gabriel Hacking, 1st Lane Dowell.

Ages 6-8: 1st Avery Berry, 2nd Quincey Carter, 3rd Case Chrisman.

Ages 3-5: 1st Cole Chrisman, 2nd George Berry, 3rd Jameson Berry.

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Local Admin Hopes Amendment 3 is a Losing Proposition

A float during Chautauqua urged voters to “Protect Our Local Schools” and “Vote No on Amendment 3.”

Worried that proposed Constitutional Amendment 3 could shift control away from local school districts has prompted a line up of education groups across the state, including teacher unions, school boards, PTAs and school administrators, to rally against it.

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education has gone on record as opposing the measure by

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Paul and Terry Pierce Buy T&D Auto

Pierce Auto Supply, LLC and Pierce Gunworks, LLC will be open on Oct. 1 in the former T&D Auto Supply store at 201 West Jackson Street in Gallatin.

Paul and Terry Pierce have bought the auto store, owned by Terry and Debbie Hamilton of Gallatin, and plan to keep it the same as it is. The store sells automotive accessories and small to medium truck supplies, etc. The gunworks business

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Chili Cookoff Winners Announced

There were 11 contestants in the Chautauqua Chili Cookoff and over 50 people who wanted a taste from each crockpot! The winners of the Chautauqua Chili Cookoff were Sherri Britz of Gallatin, who received an apron and a gift certificate to Applebee’s in Chillicothe for winning the judge’s award, and Veda Heldenbrand of Gallatin, who received an apron and a gift certificate to Country Cupboard in Jamesport for winning

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Ameren Funding Available for Weatherization

Funding for weatherization, which is free for qualifying applicants, is now available for Ameren customers. Applications must be submitted by Sept. 30 to be included in this service. Contact Community Services, Inc., 1212B South Main St., Maryville, MO, or call 660-582-3113/660-783-2004.

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Progress Can Be More Than What You See

Dw.cdrProgress and change are evident in Gallatin.

After staring at fire-charred debris for six months, the now vacant lot on the east side of the square is (finally) cleaned up. Property owners ponied up thousands of dollars to improve the eyesore this past week and the word on the street is encouraging.

Julie Reynolds says her flower shop building will come down once cleared of all worthy interior items. On

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Library’s Banned Book Week Invites You In


Daviess County Library is holding Banned Book Week Sept. 21-27. Banned Book Week celebrates the right to read. A display at the library is full of books that have been challenged and even banned in some institutions, libraries and schools. Pictured is library employee Jacob Etter. [Staff Photo/TLH]


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Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness Block Party Oct. 4

The Gallatin United Methodist Men’s Prayer Group will hold Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Market Street in front of the Gallatin Methodist Church.

The meal and entertainment are free; however, a free-will donation will be accepted.

All money raised will be used to purchase gas cards to help Daviess County cancer patients travel to treatments. Those wishing to donate toward this

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