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Send Your Artist to Camp

Through Artist’s Eyes: A Studio Experience is an intensive four-day summer art camp aimed at students ages 16-18, hosted by the University of Missouri Extension, MU Department of Art, and the 4-H Center for Youth Development. Teens will learn painting and drawing, June 13-17, as taught by two MU art instructors. Camp is limited to 20 kids, registration information can be obtained by calling 573-884-0554 or visiting 4h.missouri.edu/programs/summer.

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5K Color Run Event to Highlight DisABILITY Awareness

Access II Independent Living Center will hold its 3rd Annual Walk It, Run It, Roll It 5K event on Saturday, April 5, in Gallatin. This year’s event will feature a COLOR RUN. The goal of this event is to chase away the common perception of disability from the minds of all communities and to promote community wellness while providing a race that is for everyone.

Registration is $20, with a

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Cause of Saturday Outage Remains in the Dark

The electricity went out for over 2,000 people in the area on Saturday morning for a couple of hours when the NW Electric Substation blew some fuses. The substation is the power supplier for both FEC customers and Gallatin customers in Daviess county.

Byron Roach, director of communications and special projects for NW Electric out of the Cameron office, said no cause was found on the side of their system.

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Plans Move Forward to Add Room at Jail

Plans to build a room addition for the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail were discussed during the meeting of the board held March 21. The administration will check with the gas company on moving the alternate gas line on the east side of the jail so the office can be added. Plans will be drawn up and presented to the board at the next meeting. The financial report was accepted.  Sales tax

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Medical Center Awards Employees

CHILLICOTHE, MO — During Hedrick Medical Center’s recent annual Winter Celebration, attended by some 200 people, thirty-nine staff members were recognized for their years of service. They were: More than five years: Tonia Akerson, Health Information; Staci Austin, Accounting; Crystal Bryant, Pharmacy; Darla Cope, Hedrick Family Care; Martha Gaston, Environmental Services; Kristy Grimshaw, Medical Surgical; Mendy Guilford, Specialty Clinic; Jodie Hancock, Laboratory; Cassie Jaynes, Rehabilitation Services; Ginia Kidd, Hedrick Medical

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Pantry Gives Food to Those in Need

CHILLICOTHE, MO — Low income and in-need families are welcomed to the LIFE Center Food Pantry (810 Elm Street) on Thursday, March 27, from 12:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. for the distribution of food. Those wishing to participate should bring along social security cards and birthdate information for each member living in the household. The LIFE Center is a ministry of Operation Help. Call Cornerstone Church at 660-646-2231 for more

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Main Street Chillicothe Gets National Accreditation

CHILLICOTHE, MO — Main Street Chillicothe, the local program which encourages community preservation through organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring, has been recognized by the National Main Street Program for reaching standard criteria and success within the Missouri Main Street Connection. Chillicothe’s efforts to develop and maintain a thriving business district and community-minded culture were selected for accreditation after an annual evaluation which deemed the entity worthy of the highest

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California Dreamin’ on Stage

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The music of the 60s will be on stage at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center on Sunday, March 30, 3 p.m. Enjoy featured music from The Mamas and The Papas, The Beach Boys, The 5th Dimension, The Byrds, and Crosby, Stills & Nash in the show called California Dreamin’. Cookies and punch will be served during intermission. Tickets are $18 for adults, $7 for students, and

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Nominations Open for Distinguished Alumni

TRENTON, MO – North Central Missouri College’s 2014 Annual Gala, during which a formal presentation and ceremony will take place, is scheduled for Oct. 11 at the Ketcham Community Center on campus, and nominations for this year’s distinguished alumni are open. Graduates and former class attendees are eligible, but do not have to live in the immediate area to be considered, and should have success within their chosen field, continued

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