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Hug Your Trees — City Getting Ready to Trim

City crews will be doing extensive tree trimming this fall, according to Gallatin Administrator Zac Johnson.

“This fall we will be doing a lot of tree trimming in utility easements and along city right-of-way,” Mr. Johnson said. “We will notify property owners when trimming around the electrical lines if the tree is located on their property. As for the trimming along the streets, low hanging branches, around stop signs, etc.,

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FSA Reminds Producers of Upcoming Crop Reporting Dates

For forage crops and fall-seeded small grains

Daviess County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Kirby Payne reminds producers that all 2015 perennial and biennial forage crops must be reported by Nov. 15 and fall-seeded small grains by Dec. 15.

Mr. Payne said all 2015 perennial and biennial forage acres, such as pasture acreage intended for haying or grazing, must be reported to FSA by the Nov. 15 deadline.

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Fresh Worship Style for Community

Friends in Christ Church will celebrate its official opening on Sunday, October 26, at its meeting place, the former Seasons restaurant on the east side of the Gallatin square.

Friends in Christ is changing its location. They have been holding services for several years in the home of Shonna and Mark Morrison.

“We formed our own home church after realizing that a number of people in the community who once

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Foster/Adoptive Parents Needed

In Northwest Missouri, more than 4000 children suffer from abuse and neglect. These kids are in need of a family. Whether or not you’ve considered fostering or adopting before, go to healthyfamilies4kids.org, or call 855-SRV-KIDS for more information about what it takes to get involved and make a life-altering difference.

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Dream Factory Holds Sports Memorabilia Auction

The Dream Factory of Northwest Missouri will be holding a Sports Memorabilia Auction on Friday, Oct. 17, at the First Christian Church at 1700 Princeton Road in Trenton. A full listing of auction items is available at gpcink.com.

Silent auction is from 4-6:30; tailgate party at 5 with food and drink; live auction starts at 6:30. At 5:30 Dennis Leonard and Brian McRae, former KC Royals, will be signing autographs.

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Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck of Apple

by Tim Baker, horticulture specialist

This fall, I’ve have been contacted on several occasions by homeowners who were worried about the apples from their orchards. Their apples had black, sooty-looking blotches all over. The blackened material was just superficial, and did not penetrate the skin. It seemed to rub off with a bit of scrubbing. Were these safe to eat?

What these homeowners were dealing with is a fungal disease,

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Jameson Man Seeks Presidency in 2016

What is his plan?

Dale Christensen, Jameson, an international businessman, entrepreneur and former professor of business, announced on Oct. 6 that he had filed with the Federal Exchange Commission to become the first Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election.

Dale Christensen

Mr. Christensen extends a challenge to everyone in America to read the Constitution with family and neighbors, and talk about it and remember it.

“It’s the only thing

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Pirates Closing, Everetts Head in New Direction

Brad Everett holding Tyson, Emme, Jalen, Alys, Mason and Heidi Everett. [Staff Photo/TLH]

Pirates Fish and Chips, located on the west edge of Gallatin, opened in April of 2012 and announced its closing on Oct. 1, 2014.

Owners Brad and Heidi Everett, and their five children, Mason, Jalen, Alys, Emme and Tyson, will be returning to their native Arizona, where Brad is looking forward to getting his Commercial Driving License

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Dollar General Closes for Remodeling

The Dollar General store in Gallatin is going to be closed several days for remodeling, according to LeJean Hanes, manager.

The store will close at 5 p.m. Sunday, remain closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and will reopen on Thursday for business.

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