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Jamie Israel graduates

Grantham University is proud to announce that Jamie Israel, of Pattonsburg, recently graduated with an online MS Performance Improvement.
“We are so proud to congratulate Jamie Israel on trusting our team with the dream of education. What an accomplishment!” said Dr. Cheryl Hayek, Grantham’s interim university president and chief academic officer. “It gives us such great pleasure to see students’ hard work result in an education that will help set

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Winston accepts resignation, pop-up library coming in May

The resignation of Trustee Brent Wagaman, due to a conflicting job schedule, was accepted during the meeting of the Winston Village Board of Trustees held April 3. The board is looking to fill the position as soon as possible; anyone interested should contact the city clerk.

Daviess County Library Director Allison Spidle went over a memorandum of understanding for the Pop-Up Library Pilot Program. The board accepted the memorandum and

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Library receives breastfeeding worksite grant

Library Director Allison Spidle and Daviess County Health Department Breastfeeding Counselor Jessica Nelson.

The Daviess County Library is the first business in Daviess County to receive the Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite grant. The Missouri Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite grant helps businesses purchase equipment, such as a privacy screen and chair, for breastfeeding mothers to use to express their breast milk or nurse their baby. It is a collaboration between the Missouri

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All about the multi-hued hydrangeas

By Tim Baker, Regional Horticulturist

One of the more popular woody ornamental plants is the hydrangea. These plants have large showy clusters of blossoms, and come in both shrub and vine forms. They bloom after spring-flowering plants such as azaleas, and thus give color in the landscape well into summer. Depending on the plant grown, they can range from four feet to 50 feet in height (climbing varieties), and can

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Patrick McNickle to receive Eagle Scout award

Patrick McNickle at the outdoor classroom in August of 2016.

Patrick McNickle of Boy Scout Troop 67 will be honored at a special Eagle Scout ceremony at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 23, at the outdoor classroom at Gallatin High School, 602 South Olive in Gallatin. A reception will follow in the high school commons area. The public is invited to attend and is encouraged to bring a lawn chair

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Takin’ out the trash …with a smile!

Kids with nothing to do often find mischief, but not this happy crew. These four youngsters stopped by Gallatin City Hall last Monday asking if any odd jobs needed some attention. When it was suggested they might pick up trash off the streets, the foursome not only grabbed empty trash bags but returned with four bags filled. These smiling youngsters, from left, are Mia Anson; twin brothers Marquel and Marquese

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Women’s clinic

Community Action Partnerships of North Central Missouri (Green Hills Community Action Agency) Women’s Health will be having clinic on Friday, May 5, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.; Wednesday, May 10, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-5 p.m.; and Saturday, May 13, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The clinic is located at 1506 Oklahoma Ave., Trenton.  Entrance is second door on north side of

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NW Force starts season with first place finish

The NW Force 10 and Under Fast-Pitch Softball team started their 2017 season with a first place finish at the Spring Spectacular in Shawnee, Kan. Pictured are, left to right, front row, AnnaBelle Ball, Gallatin; Carsen Burns, Maryville; Delaney Wolf, Barnard; Ella Schulte, Maryville; back row, Coach Chris Burns, Maryville; Alayna Williams, Lathrop; Amelia Wallace, Stanberry; Braelyn Hannigan, Maryville; Maggie Collins, Conception; Maci Duley, Stanberry; Maleeah Bliley, Conception; Coach Lesley

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NCMC class will help fill need for sports officials

The state of Missouri is facing a current shortage of sports officials; fewer individuals are entering the profession as more and more officials are retiring. As this need becomes greater, high schools, colleges and universities will soon face a shortage to cover their athletic events.

Beginning this fall of 2017, North Central Missouri College in Trenton will be offering a class to teach individuals the basics of officiating. PE112 Sports

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