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WIC Promotes Healthy Eating Habits and Breastfeeding

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and healthy foods to help families make healthy choices. The WIC food package includes fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy and whole grains. The food package helps combat food insecurity and contributes to healthy diets, which help aid in reducing obesity and chronic diseases.

Research has shown breastfeeding provides numerous health benefits to both the mother and baby, helping to reduce healthcare cost.

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GTL Brings Live Performance and More to Town

“The Fantasticks” opens Thursday, April 10, at the Courter Theater at 7 p.m. Cast members have been practicing nightly and are ready to sing and dance and perform. Many out-of-town clubs and organizations have already purchased their tickets and plan to come to Gallatin for a night of entertainment. Most will include dinner at a local eating establishment in their outing; meaning that the performance is bringing commerce to area

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Grazing School Set for June 10-11

The Natural Resources Conservation Service and University of Missouri Extension will present the 2014 Northwest Missouri Grazing School at the Hundley Whaley Agriculture Experiment Station in Albany June 10 and 11.

The “tuition” will be $60 per person (second person with full registration will be $30). The tuition covers the costs of the seminars including mileage reimbursement, meals, refreshments, on-farm tour equipment, fence and water system demonstration, materials and the

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MO State Fair Concerts Announced

SEDALIA, MO — The Missouri State Fair’s 2014 concert lineup includes Scotty McCreery and Kelsey K, Aug. 7; Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Black Stone Cherry, Aug. 8; Sara Evans and Joe Nichols, Aug. 9. The Missouri Association Championship Truck and Tractor Pull will be the featured Aug. 10 and 11. Beatlemania Live, Aug. 12; Colt Ford opening for Florida Georgia Line, Aug. 13. An Evening with MercyMe, Aug.

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Man Arrested for Domestic Violence

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO – After a reported domestic disturbance in late March, Robert Rhea Vinson, 45, of Dawn, was arrested and has been charged with domestic assault 1st degree, armed criminal action, and felonious restraint. Vinson will appear before a judge at the Livingston County Associate Court. He is being held at the Daviess-DeKalb County Regional Jail, and bond has been set at $50,000.

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Regional Player Gets National Attention

TRENTON, MO — Hailey Lowery, a native of Kansas City and North Central Missouri College freshman, has led the NCMC Lady Pirates softball team in a five-game winning streak. Lowery, the team’s third baseman, hit .615 with 3 home runs, 15 RBIs, eight base-on-balls, and seven runs scored. Her success on the field has led to recognition as the Division One Player of the Week by the National Junior College

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Free Skin Cancer Screenings Offered

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO — Free skin cancer screenings will be offered by the Livingston County Health Center and provided by Cleaver Dermatology on Friday, April 11. These screenings are by appointment only. Call 660-646-5506 to schedule your session.

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Arts Council Celebrates 50th Year

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Chillicothe Area Arts Council, a non-profit organization which focuses on opportunity for arts education and entertainment for all people of the community, has observed its 50th year of operation. During intermission of a play performed at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center a couple weekends ago, a special tribute was made through display of scrapbooks, which chronicled the council’s history. Punch and cookies decorated with the

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Wind Energy Course May Take Path Through Area Counties

Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners hopes to begin construction on its Grain Belt Express Clean Line—a transmission line that would move wind energy from Kansas to Indiana—in 2016. The proposed route would include parts of north Missouri: Buchanan, Clinton, Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Randolph, Monroe and Ralls Counties. The company is awaiting approval for the project from the Missouri Public Service Commission, but many rural landowners say the project would reduce

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