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Hunter education skills session training scheduled in Gallatin

The Missouri Department of Conservation recently revised the Hunter Education course for student convenience and to emphasize hands-on training.  The course is now a two-step process.

The first step is to complete the knowledge-based training through one of three options.

Option 1: Take the online/mobile study portion and complete the review quizzes. The student must show the Missouri Skills Session Qualifier Certificate to enter the Skills Session.

Option 2: Complete,

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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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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.


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Chautauqua Weekend Jam Packed!

Mark calendars for Sept. 17-20, 2015!

Chautauqua weekend is going to be jam packed with exciting events, activities, and musical groups. This year, to coordinate with the theme, reenactments will be presented from the “Back to the Future” movies. Watch for the shootout at high noon, the scene where Marty, in disguise, tells George to ask Lorraine to the dance, and more!

Get your ‘80s on!

It is time to

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Women in Ag: Home Grown Event Set for Sept. 24

The DeKalb County Farm Service Agency (FSA), Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and MU Extension are hosting the first annual Women in Ag “Home Grown” Event at the June Conley Building in Maysville on September 24. Seating is still available; be sure and make reservations.

Doors will open at 5 p.m. for attendees to visit local vendors, followed by a Container Gardening Workshop at

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AYBF Fundraiser Nets $42,000

This year’s event had a great turnout.

The twenty-third annual dinner-auction and golf tournament for the Farmers’ Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund (AYBF) raised $42,000 this year. The monies raised included $5,500 from more than 1,000 Farmers’ Electric Cooperative Members who participate in Operation Round Up each month. The main auction raised $15,600. The highest bid item of the evening, a bat used by Kansas City Royals left fielder Alex

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Jail Meets Aug. 28

The Daviess-DeKalb County Regional Jail Board will hold its meeting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 28, at the training trailer at the jail at 102 North Meadows Lane in Pattonsburg. The agenda includes the financial report. Old business will cover training, records disposal, and the 2014 audit.

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PSC Approves Change to KCP&L-GMO Fuel Adjustment Charge

The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a request filed by KCP&L-Greater Missouri Operations Company (GMO) to change the fuel adjustment charge (FAC) on the monthly bills of its electric customers.

The change in the FAC will take effect on Sept. 1, 2015. It will mean a decrease of approximately $3.11 a month for the typical residential customer in the MPS service territory (Kansas City) and a decrease of approximately

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Rural Communities Join Together

Goal to help region grow, prosper

Missouri Rural Development State Director Janie Dunning has announced the designation of two Stronger Economies Together (SET) regions. The regions are Green Hills Heritage Highway (Green Hills) and Southeast Missouri Multi-County EDC (SEMO). A total of 19 other regional economic-development groups in 11 states were also selected to participate in the SET program.

Leaders in Green Hills (Daviess, Grundy and Sullivan Counties) plan to

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