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Missing plane found in Daviess County

Command center in Pattonsburg, Mo.

A missing plane was found in the north part of Daviess County near Pattonsburg on Tuesday morning, according to Daviess County Sheriff Ben Becerra. The pilot, Kenny Stoner, 54, of the Ridgeway/Mount Moriah area, was fatally injured.

The plane was found in a rural area north of Pattonsburg at 151st and Elmwood.

The Cessna 180, a small single engine, fixed-wing airplane, with only Mr. Stoner

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Bulldog prevail for third in GIT

Gallatin’s boys hit nine of ten free throw attempts in the fourth quarter and knocked off short-handed Braymer, 59-51, for the Gallatin Invitational Tournament third place award.

Already playing without forward Austin Hall, who suffered a football injury, the Bobcats came into Saturday’s game minus senior guard Wade Phillips, who was injured earlier in the week.

The Bobcats combined for six first half three-pointers but Bulldog senior Samuel Coulson stepped

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Cameron man charged in fatality accident

Brandon Michael Evans, 31, of Cameron has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and four counts of felonious assault resulting from an accident occurring Halloween night that fatally injured Dalton Venneman, 18, of Cameron.

The accident injured four other people, three in Venneman’s vehicle and one in Evans’ vehicle.

Evans was charged with involuntary manslaughter 1st Degree (Felony C); and four charges of Assault 2nd Degree (Felony C).

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Christmas Around the Square unfolds November 21 in Gallatin

“Christmas Around the Square” – featuring 55 vendors and family activities from storytelling to caroling to a Santa visit and tree lighting ceremony and parade, and climaxing with a community theater production – unfolds this Saturday in Gallatin.
A full slate of activities from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. are detailed on the back page of this edition. This event is considered one of Gallatin’s most popular community activities, thanks

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Gallatin club will adopt family for Christmas

The Laureate Delta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi welcomed Kay Kordes to their Nov. 9 meeting at Mi Mexico. Peggy Noel reported that her committee was in the process of selecting a family for our Christmas adoption. Sue Gillilan and Nancy Tate volunteered to help with the drawing at Christmas on the Square on Nov. 21.  We send our best wishes to Wayne and Carol Wood on their 50th

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Call before you cut your timber

It’s a pretty good bet that many landowners would benefit from expert advice when it comes to managing their woodlands, especially if they are thinking about harvesting timber. That’s because caring for forested property is a long-term proposition where decisions landowners make can have long-term impacts on trees, water and wildlife.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages woodland owners to use the Call Before

MCD forester Aaron Holsapple tours the property of John Ringwald and goes over a forest management plan.

MCD forester Aaron Holsapple tours

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Sturgeon selected for NCMC scholarship

Pictured are M. Sue Quinn-CTE Recruiter and Retention Specialist, Vincent Sturgeon, Janette Kruse,  and Teresa Cross-Director of the NCMC Foundation and Development.

Pictured are M. Sue Quinn-CTE Recruiter and Retention Specialist, Vincent Sturgeon, Janette Kruse, and Teresa Cross-Director of the NCMC Foundation and Development.

Vincent Sturgeon of Gallatin was one of three program participants selected this semester as recipients of North Central Missouri College scholarships to support their efforts in the MoManufacturingWINs program at NCMC. Sturgeon is enrolled in Manufacturing Skills, Welding Skills, and Industrial Maintenance Skills. Matheson Knapp, enrolled in Welding

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Opinion

Dear Editor:

When we moved to Jameson a few years ago, we felt as if we had landed in The Shire of Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings.” It is peaceful and quiet here, and the neighbors are pleasant and kind to each other. When someone is in crisis, we come together to support and help in any way we can. Also, many residents quietly work at improving and beautifying their

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Poosey Digest: A look behind the tune and lyrics

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

It wasn’t the first time a minister had frowned at me. We have this custom in our church of rather than listing the hymns in the bulletin, the lay leader asks the congregation to shout out what they want to sing, and whenever Thanksgiving nears I holler “Jingle Bells!” Those who’ve attended our church for a number of years just chuckle and shake

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