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Letter to the Editor: City Board of Winston Resignation

Dear Editor:

This is to the residents of Winston, including myself.

I would like to explain to you why I resigned from the City Board of Winston. We worked hard to pass ordinances to better the town. We hired Lucille Lusk to draw up the ordinances and she did a bang up job. She had them all legal and no loop-holes for anybody to get out of. She also got

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Muriel Yetter 1919-2015

Graveside service and burial for Muriel Yetter will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Grandview Cemetery, Albany. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Sunnyview Nursing Home Foundation, in care of the Roberson-Polley Chapel, 403 N. Hundley, Albany, Mo., 64402.

Muriel Maxine Yetter, died Sept. 14, 2015, at Sunnyview Nursing Home in Trenton at the age of 96 years and one month.

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LDS Place to “Bee” for Quilt Project

Hugs from Home Quilt Project, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gallatin

Hugs from Home Quilt Project, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gallatin

Hugs from Home Quilt Project, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gallatin, is unfolding a second quilt-making project. Last year church members finished over 45 quilts and shipped them to troops in Afghanistan. This year, the organization has been asked to provide 68 quilts for an Army unit

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Early pioneer families of Daviess County: The Browns #3

by Lanita Sconce Smith, DCGS President

There are at least three Brown families I have come across (so far) who were early pioneers of the county (prior to 1850). They include the John Bridges Brown and Hannah Hill family, and the William Brown and Sarah Kincaid family. We learned about both families in previous articles. The third family is the following.

The Browns #3

Samuel Coombs Brown was born in

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Spoken Word Poet with NFL Ties to Perform in Area

web_OddRodNorth Central Missouri College (Residence Life Department) will present a free program by Roderick “Odd?Rod” Borisade, at 9 p.m., on Thursday, September 17th in the Cross Coffee Shop. Odd?Rodd has been touring colleges since 2011, Odd?Rod has covered over 100 college campuses (sometimes twice) and been voted as APCA’s (Association Of Promotional Campus Activities) 2014 Spoken Word Artist of the Year and 2014 Entertainer of the Year. Easily separated from

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MO Agencies Invite Hunters to Share the Harvest

MDC and CFM encourage deer hunters to Share the Harvest
Support venison-donation program started by bowhunters to feed fellow Missourians.

Many Missouri families can’t afford to put high-quality, low-fat red meat on the dinner table. Deer hunters can help by sharing their harvests through Missouri’s Share the Harvest program. The venison-donation program connects deer hunters with hungry Missourians through participating meat processors and local hunger-relief agencies around the state.

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Winston Receives $10,000 Donation from BTC

Winston Elementary School recently received financial support from BTC Bank of Gallatin in the amount of $10,000. The money will go toward the purchase of Chromebooks for use in the classroom. “Increasing the students’ accessibility to computer technology is essential to develop skills necessary to succeed in an ever-changing world,” said R-6 Elementary School Principal Pam Madison. “We thank BTC for the generous donation.” Current resources allow Winston teachers to

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Manhunt Ends in Daviess County

Jeffrey Griffith of St. Joseph was taken into custody in Daviess County, shortly after 4:10 p.m. on Sunday, ending a day-long manhunt involving multiple regional law enforcement agencies.

A Cameron Police Department officer first spotted Griffith at a Cameron truck stop in a pickup that was reportedly stolen out of Buchanan County on Saturday. Griffith fled from the officers as they attempted to question him, setting off the pursuit.

Griffith

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Goat Farm Expands Just Outside City Limits

The share of U.S. farms operated by women nearly tripled over the past three decades, according to a report by the United State Department of Agriculture (from 121,600 to 306,200) and so it is perhaps not that unusual for Colleen Grawe to single-handedly be raising 100 goats on her 20 acre Goat Hill Ranch located off of Prairie Avenue just east of Gallatin.

She has two herds of goats. One

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