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County Commissioner Carl Carder focuses on township news pulled from archives.
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McVeigh juror to Boston:

As jurists weigh the fate of convicted terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after the Boston marathon bombing, a jurist who joined in the unanimous decision to impose the death penalty on another terrorist almost 20 years ago says: "I hope you can live with your decision..."
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Alumni Reunite Soon

Read the latest GHS Alumni newsletter about plans for the All Alumni Reunion on Memorial Day Weekend, May 22-25...
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Gallatin City-Wide Garage Sale

The Gallatin city-wide garage sale is coming to town!
Saturday, May 2 — 8 a.m. to ?? (rain or shine)

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Deadline: 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, 2015

$10 fee (payable at signup) includes listing on the map and event publicity in area publications. Call 660-663-2154 with questions.

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Blasts from the Past

April 20, 2005

Leaders of the National High School Rodeo Association, the oldest youth rodeo organization in America, appointed Levi Alden of Gallatin to the Wrangler All-Star Rodeo Team, the first-ever corporate-sponsored youth rodeo team.

Brittney Hixson will be representing the Gallatin FBLA Chapter at the National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL, June 24-27. Brittney was appointed to serve as President of the Missouri Parliamentary Procedures Team during the 2005

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Older Worker Opportunities Now in Daviess County

The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is currently accepting applications. Program applicants must be age 55 or older, unemployed, meet income criteria and live in Daviess county. There are currently several openings for qualified candidates.

“In this difficult economy, many older Missourians are finding it necessary to find work,” says Debb Trautloff, local employment and training coordinator for Experience Works.  “Unfortunately, finding a job can be especially

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County 4-H Receives Over $7,000 in Grants

Daviess County 4-H has received two grants totaling over $7,000 to benefit shooting sports.

The North Central Missouri Friends of NRA held its inaugural fundraising event in Bethany in October of last year. All the money raised during the banquet came back to Northwest Missouri to benefit youth shooting sports. As a result, Daviess County 4-H Shooting Sports received a grant for $5,600 for equipment and range development at Dockery

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MDC Tracking Grand River Grassland Prairie Chickens

Relocated birds being monitored and resident flock shows growth from last year

Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) biologists are using radio telemetry to monitor 20 female prairie chickens released this spring at Dunn Ranch in Harrison County. Those hens and 19 males were trapped in east-central Nebraska and released in an effort to restore an iconic prairie species in northwest Missouri. The releases are part of a broad partnership with

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Food Preservation Classes Offered Around NW Missouri

by Janet Hackert, Regional Nutrition and Health Education Specialist, University of Missouri Extension

The spring thaw brings thoughts of growing things and the hope of a bumper crop this year. But home food preservation has changed since our grandmothers put food up so many years ago. With transportation opening up the world to travel for humans, it has also opened up the spread of germs. How we destroy those microorganisms

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Grow More Food in Less Space

with free Mittleider gardening seminar

Learn to grow up to 5 to 10 times more food in less space with less work and less water from Master Mittleider Gardening Instructor Jim Kennard. Two free seminar sessions are available to choose from on Saturday, May 9—one from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and another from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. The seminar will be held at the Kidder Institute demonstration gardens, at

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Program Offers Free Classes for Cancer Patients

Annie Stedem-Singer, RN, nurse navigator for Hedrick Medical Center, has announced two upcoming classes for area cancer patients, free of charge. All classes will be held in the Ira & Minnie Hedrick Room located near the Garden Café at Hedrick Medical Center, 2799 N. Washington Street in Chillicothe.

In early 2015, Hedrick Medical Center implemented an oncology nurse navigator program dedicated to easing the physical, spiritual, emotional, and financial hardships

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Life-Saving Tour Rolls into KC

With adoptable shelter pets

WHAT: Wayside Waifs joins North Shore Animal League America’s 2015 Tour For Life – the world’s largest national cooperative life-saving mobile pet adoption event. Highlighted by adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens, the event will also offer free access to Wayside Waifs’ on-site park, information on the benefits of adopting shelter pets, behavioral education, and special services available to pet owners.

From the beginning of March

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