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April 14: Closed for Good Friday; April 19: Board meeting 10 a.m.; April 21: Blood pressure checks 11 a.m. to noon.

Menu April 17-21

Monday: hamburger steak with mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fresh fruit; Tuesday: pork roast, sweet potatoes, Sonoma Blend veggies, oranges; Wednesday: beef and noodles, peas, carrots, fruit pie; Thursday: ham and beans, coleslaw, pickled beets, cornbread, fruit crisp; Friday: baked chicken, mashed

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Gallatin Fire report for March

The Gallatin Fire Protection District responded to 30 incidents in March.

2nd: 10:52 a.m.: Dispatched & cancelled enroute to Market St & Grand St

2nd: 7:11 p.m.: Brush/grass fire on Prairie Ave. & Hwy. O

3rd: 11:35 a.m.: Dispatched & cancelled enroute to Hwy. 69 & Oval Ave., mutual aid

with KAW Fire District

3rd: 1:25 p.m.: Brush/grass fire at 29732 Hwy. CC

6th: 8:36 a.m.: EMS Call on S.

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Young Daviess hunters harvest 48 turkeys

A string of turkeys in southeast Daviess County.

According to preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), young turkey hunters in Daviess County harvested 48 turkeys during the 2017 spring youth season, April 8 and 9. Of those total 48 turkeys, 44 were adult gobblers; four were juvenile gobblers; and none were bearded hens.
Statewide, 4,074 birds were harvested.
Top harvest counties were Franklin with 119 birds harvested,

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Weatherization service offered to nine counties

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri is currently seeking home owners and renters/landlords interested in participating in the Weatherization Program. All households interested in applying to receive weatherization services for their home are invited to fill out an application for the program. A program application is available online at capncm.org, or by calling the Agency office at 855-290-8544 ext. 1064 and requesting an application to be mailed or faxed

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Women’s Health Services helps prevent unplanned pregnancy

For over 40 years, abortion rights and human life have been a political hot button in our nation and beyond. Since 1973 when abortion was legalized in the United States, over 50 million women have chosen that path. It is estimated that 43% of all women will have at least 1 abortion by the time they are 45 years old.

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri Women’s Health Services,

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Everybody got moving for week-long health fair at Daviess County Health Department

Resource booths were available for the public at the Daviess County Health Department health fair.

The Daviess County Health Department had a fantastic turnout this year for Public Health Week April 3-9, performing 119 labs on Monday, and 117 labs on Tuesday, according to Administrator Cheryl Alexander.

National Public Health Week is celebrated every year the first week of April.

The Daviess County Board of Directors voted to give back

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Knee-Hi 4-H & Daviess County Library team together

The Knee-Hi 4-H Club and the Daviess County Library, with the guidance and assistance of the Daviess County Master Gardeners organization, are teaming up to kick off a community garden on the library grounds at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 29.

The idea of a community garden developed out of two similar themes: 4-H National Service Day’s “Food Security Insecurity” and the 2017 Summer Reading Program’s “Build a Better World.”

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John Davis completes management training

Participants in MFA’s Management Series included, back row left to right: Troy Walker, Chad Nold, Blake Erickson, Jayson Fowler, James Fashing, John Berkbuegler, Phillip Willer, Jason Reuterdahl, Trey Neill, Ryan Rhode, Kevin Miller; front row from left: Mike Martin, Josh Miller, Joe Gilvin, Colby Edwards, Cynda West, Petrea Carlson, Erin Teeple, Jennifer Robinson, David Wichern, Lucas Brewen, John Davis of Gallatin, MFA President and CEO Ernie Verslues, Jason Mott.


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NCMC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

Danette Smit is pictured third from the right on the back row

Twenty-four North Central Missouri College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society on April 3, including Danette Smit of Gallatin.

Members include: Kendra Border, Cameron, Trevor Burrows, Bethany, Tyler Busker, Fayette, Justin Daniels, Unionville, Robin Dennert, Trenton, Kendey Eaton, Mound City, Katelyn Galloway, Brookfield, Madison Gonseth, Murray, Iowa, William Grant, Carrollton, Brady Huffman, Galt, Erik

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