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Penalties increased for government officials who steal public money

Auditor Galloway announces bipartisan effort to increase penalties for government officials who steal public money

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has announced a bipartisan effort to increase penalties for government officials who steal public dollars. Senate Bill 176 increases the penalties for public officials convicted of misconduct, and grants additional authority to Missouri prosecuting attorneys and law enforcement agencies when inappropriate or illegal activity is suspected at the local level.

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Pedestrian fatalities on the rise in Missouri

State officials say pedestrian fatalities are on the rise in Missouri. To date, 83 pedestrians have been killed in Missouri traffic crashes in 2016, according to the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety. This equates to nearly 10% of all statewide traffic fatalities.

There were no pedestrian accidents recorded in Daviess County this year; however, there have been several over the past years, including fatalities. The following accident summaries, pulled from

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Road Work for Hwy. 13

The following is a listing of general highway maintenance and construction work in Daviess County planned for the week of Dec. 26 – Jan.1 from the Missouri Department of Transportation: Route 13 – From Route 6 to Route HH for sealing, Dec. 27 – 30.

In addition to the work listed below, there may be pothole patching, bridge maintenance, striping, brush cutting, guardrail repairs and other road work conducted throughout

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Seth Davis found, Safe!

*UPDATE* 7-year-old Seth Davis found in Texas … safe!

Seth Davis, 7, a second grader at Searcy Elementary School in Gallatin, has been found, according to the Gallatin Police.

Seth and his father Anthony Davis were found in Brownsville Texas on Dec. 15 at approximately 10:30 a.m. Seth appeared to be in good condition and is with the Brownsville Police Missing Persons Unit waiting to be reunited with his mother,

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Building worlds from science and dreams — that’s another story for local writer

An area writer has published her first novel. C.L. Denault released Gambit on March 31, 2015. It is published by REUTS, an independent book publisher. The style is called ‘speculative fiction.’

“Overall, sales for Gambit have been pretty good,” she said. “Indie authors have to work super hard to get their books noticed, but I’ve been blessed with some great friends and book bloggers helping me spread the word. Reviews

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38th Annual Eagle Days at Squaw Creek NWR

Come celebrate the 38th annual Eagle Days at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See wildlife like bald eagles, trumpeter swans, snow geese, and ducks!

There will be activities throughout the day such as live captive eagle programs provided by the Dickerson Park Zoo in the refuge maintenance building each

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Deer hunters share the harvest

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Deer hunters with extra venison can donate food to the needy through the Share the Harvest program. Local charitable agencies distribute the venison.

Deer hunters in the area can donate venison to the needy through the Share the Harvest program, administered by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Conservation Federation of Missouri. This statewide program allows hunters with extra venison to provide healthy food to be distributed by

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NCMC provides dual credit scholarships to five high school students

ncmc-dual-credit-scholarship-winnersNorth Central Missouri College’s Annual Dual Credit Student Day was held on Oct. 8, at the NCMC Campus in Trenton. The college’s dual credit program allows qualified high school students to enroll in college-level classes that earn both high school and college credit. All of NCMC’s dual credit students were invited to attend.

Students that attended were each given a personalized degree plan and put in a drawing for one

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Music to flood Fayette

As it does each fall, band music will flood the streets of Fayette and the Central Methodist University football field as the invigorating Band Day arrives to the thrill of the audience lining the square. Bands entered into the competition include Gallatin (Xandria Obico), Class 2.

This year’s Band Day at CMU may be bigger than all those that have gone before. Fully, 54 schools and some 2,800 band members

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