"Like" us on Facebook

See This Week’s AdZone

Upcoming Events

GHS sports, civic groups, events, reminders and more.
View Full Page Calendar

Click a News Category:

2015 Tax Sale Notice

Daviess County publishes the 2015 Tax Sale Notice, describing lots and lands for delinquent taxes to be sold Aug. 24 at the county courthouse in Gallatin. Click here to see the listings: Tax Sale Notice

Visit Gallatin R-5 Schools

Community Links

Check out various community websites. Click HERE

Get a map of Gallatin

Printer friendly descriptions: City Map / City Profile

Search the Marketplace

Select a mileage radius from any zip code to get the info about businesses you want: Marketplace Search

We’ll get you online!

Work with people you know. Put us to work for you: Online With GPC

USDA Accepting More Farmland

For wildlife habitat in Missouri

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Missouri Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Mark Cadle today announced that an additional 7,500 acres of agricultural land in Missouri is eligible for funding for wildlife habitat restoration.

The initiative, known as State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement (SAFE), is part of the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), a federally-funded voluntary program that for 30 years has assisted agricultural producers

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

New Bid on Park’s Playground Equipment

The Dockery Park Board heard a report on progress of the installation of the new playground equipment during their meeting held July 16. Will Salmon was unable to help with installation due to scheduling. A bid was accepted from John Graber of Jamesport in the amount of $2,650 for a three-day project starting on Aug. 11.

The board will look into the feasibility of a new volleyball field between the

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Suspect Arrested for Robbery of Casey’s at Polo

The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office received information last Friday, July 17, regarding the possible location of a robbery suspect, Joshua Michael Lee from Caldwell County. A Caldwell County warrant indicated the Lee was wanted for first degree robbery and armed criminal action in that county, resulting from a robbery at the Casey’s General store in Polo on July 10. Lee was taken into custody without incident by the Ray County

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Women’s Health Clinic Has Openings

Green Hills Community Action Agency Women’s Health will be having a clinic in Hamilton on Aug. 18 at the Hamilton Methodist Church in the fellowship hall located at 104 Samuel, Hamilton. Clinic is from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m. For an appointment, please call toll free at 1-877-611-7600.

Thousands of women living in a 10-county area in northern Missouri rely on Green Hills Community Action Agency for

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Sewer Pump Replaced, Leash Law Proposed

Melvin McFee reported to the Village of Winston Board of Trustees at their meeting held July 6 that the sewer pump at station #1 is out. After having trouble finding one, the type of pump had to be changed. The new ones will increase the horsepower, which should help in handling the load. The rails also had to be replaced. The cost will be about $11,000. There is also a

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Koster Sues Secretary of Ag Over Crop Insurance

Attorney General Chris Koster filed a federal lawsuit this week against Tom Vilsack, the United States Secretary of Agriculture, seeking to compel the USDA to accept acreage reports from Missouri farmers—a prerequisite for obtaining crop insurance—beyond the normal deadline. Koster alleges in the suit that the farmers’ planting seasons have shifted much later into the summer than normal as a result of the heavy rainfall Missouri has experienced. As a

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

2015 Daviess County Junior Livestock Show Results

10 copy


11 copy

12 copy

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

One of a Kind — Man and Product

Ellis sits with a few furry friends—and an Indian he carved himself.

“I’ve always been a collector,” said Gary Ellis of Jamesport. “Old folks in the neighborhood would give me little trinkets when I was a kid. I had so many marbles and keys in my pockets, I couldn’t keep my pants up.”

One thing led to another. Mr. Ellis, 75 years old now, never stopped accumulating things and has

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

MPA Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

Gallatin’s Darryl Wilkinson among them

Four newspaper people, including an early leader in Missouri journalism from the 1800s, will be inducted in September into the Missouri Press Association Newspaper Hall of Fame.

The induction reception and banquet are scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, during the 149th Annual Convention of the Missouri Press Association (MPA) at the Holiday Inn Select Executive Center in Columbia. This will be the 25th

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.