Kyle Croy, 24, has begun employment at Terry Implement as of Monday, April 7. Kyle was formerly employed at Farmer’s Bank in Gallatin. Kyle will be working in sales at Terry. Kyle graduated in 2009 from Gallatin High School.
June 8-13, 2014, is “Game On!”
Camp Quality NWMO provides year round support for children with cancer and their families, including several children from Daviess County and surrounding area. The week-long summer camp is always in June and located at Camp Farwesta, just outside Stewartsville. Camp Quality Farwesta has a 90% return rate.
If you would like to make a small but mighty contribution, the craft program has requested clean,
Farm House Collection is celebrating the beginning of their 7th year of business in downtown Jamesport with an exciting line-up of in-house demonstrations, activities, and sales.
Mike and Linda Bohannon, along with their children, Travis Bohannon and Amanda Riley, purchased the store April 2008 to diversify their business operations. They farm around 1500 acres of corn and soybeans, while maintaining over 10,000 commercial square feet of their own products,
Nicholas Powell Dias, a senior at Gallatin High School, will be going to state competition with his pencil-drawn portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt. Nicholas is sponsored by the local V.F.W. and Ladies Auxiliary through the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Awards. “Theodore Roosevelt is the embodiment of the American spirit,” Nicholas explained. “From the hills of San Juan to the Oval Office he led with power and compassion for the
Finishes in tie for 7th at Shell Open
A strong start and strong finish propelled Gallatin’s Brice Garnett to his best career finish Sunday on the PGA Tour.
Playing in the Shell Houston Open in Humble, TX, Garnett shot a 68 on Thursday and a round of 69 on Sunday, finishing 8-under par and tied with four other golfers for seventh place. Also tied at 8-under were Rory McIlroy, former
According to the highway patrol, Wanda Harris, 41, Casstown, Ohio, was driving a 2003 Chevrolet van eastbound on Hwy. NN about a quarter of a mile west of Jamesport. She failed to stop at a stop sign at Hwy. 6 and drove into the
Missouri Scents, located at 112 S. Main in Gallatin, across from the post office, expects to be open in May, according to Marilyn Demke. Her youngest son, Lorne, 21, will operate the business with help from his mother. A gift shop at the front of the store will feature scented oils along with consignment items made by local artisans. Healthy eats and treats will be sold inside, including Hawaiian Shave
by Tim Baker, Horticulture Specialist
While the 2013 growing season was not as hard hit by drought and high temperatures compared to 2012, we did, unfortunately, have a second year of drought in a row.
In January 2013, most of Missouri was still in drought, either as a D1 or D2 drought stage. Spring in 2013 brought some significant relief, with rains eventually bringing the Drought Monitor rating of all
Two families lose homes to tornados; destruction path leads northeast toward Spickard
Reports of damage from storms and sightings of tornados and funnel clouds began pouring into Daviess County Central 911 at about 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon, March 27. No injuries were reported.
Damage from the storm extended from the Daviess/DeKalb County line from Hwy. 6 northeast through the western half of the county to just northeast of Jameson.
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