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WIC Program Receives Grant, Income Guidelines Calculated

On October 1, 2014, the Daviess County Health Department was awarded a contract for the special supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children, known as W.I.C.

This contract will run until Sept. 30, 2015, and is 100% federally funded.

The amount of the contract for WIC and nutrition services is $33,723. Also included is Special Grant Breastfeeding peer counselor for the amount of $5,000; Special Grant Breastfeeding peer counselor

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Pattonsburg Baptist Relay Center for Shoe Boxes

First Baptist Church Pattonsburg will be collecting shoe box gifts for disadvantaged boys and girls from around the world.

“Every shoe box offers an opportunity to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with a hurting child,” said Franklin Graham, President of Samaritan’s Purse.

Once again Pattonsburg First Baptist will act as a relay center in a 45-minute radius of Pattonsburg, collecting the boxes, packing them in large cartons and

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Graves Votes in Favor of Keystone XL Pipeline

U.S. Congressman Sam Graves, House Small Business Committee Chairman, made the following statement after voting in favor of legislation to build the Keystone XL Pipeline.

“I am proud to have once again voted in favor of building the Keystone XL Pipeline,” said Rep. Graves. “The Keystone XL Pipeline will create good-paying American jobs and lower energy prices,” he continued.

“The Keystone project has been sitting on the shelf and ready

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All in the Family

You are invited to celebrate 50 years of American Family Insurance in the Ward family at an anniversary gathering from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Nov. 22. Sandy Ward and family will serve rolls, muffins, coffee, and juice. There will be many door prizes.

You are invited to join in the fun at 400 North Main Street in Gallatin.

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Gilman City Man Fatally Injured in Accident

Charles Booram, 71, Gilman City, was fatally injured in an accident that happened at about 5:25 p.m. on Nov. 12, in Harrison County.

According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as Mr. Booram was southbound on Route B about three miles north of Mount Moriah. He was driving a 2013 GMC Sierra.

Brian Tass, 42, Cainsville, was driving northbound in a 1993 Kenworth tractor

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Senator McCaskill on Keystone XL Pipeline

U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, a longtime supporter of construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, today released the following statement after a bipartisan 59-41 Senate vote on the pipeline’s construction fell one vote short of advancing the project:

“I’ve long supported Keystone, because it isn’t a question of whether this oil gets produced—it’s just how it gets to market. Getting this project moving will mean creating jobs and business opportunities, and

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A Decrease in the Increase for Summit Customers

The Staff of the Missouri Public Service Commission has made a filing with the Public Service Commission correcting the annual residential customer impact of a rate case decision and a Purchased Gas Adjustment (PGA) change involving Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. (SNG). Both issues were on the Commission’s agenda at the October 29 meeting.

The PSC Staff indicated its numbers regarding the Commission’s decision in the rate case were

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 17, 2004

Gallatin FFA members Jonathan Arnold, Lacy Edwards and alternate Whitney Ray were part of the National FFA Band which performed recently at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ken.

Kate Hangley, 14, Pattonsburg, bagged an unofficial 19-point buck shortly after deer season opened Nov. 13. She is the daughter of Dana Shipers of Pattonsburg and Steve Hangley, who was visiting from Texas.

Nov. 16, 1994

Gwen Spidle,

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Heartland Health Now Mosaic Life Care

ST. JOSEPH, MO — Heartland Health Hospital celebrates its next chapter by becoming Mosaic Life Care, a physician-led life care company which will connect to the hearts, minds, and spirits of its patients. Effective immediately, Mosaic Life Care is poised to continue the organizational mission to improve the health of individuals, as well as communities, and provide the right care, at the right time, in the right place, at the

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