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Brooke Dustman receives academic excellence award

Pictured, left to right, are Lola Swint, math instructor, Brooke Dustman, and Amy Guthrie English instructor.

Brooke Dustman from Jamesport, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, has been chosen as this year’s Academic Excellence Award Winner. Her name will be engraved on a plaque on permanent display on the first floor of Geyer Hall on the NCMC campus. Brooke will graduate from NCMC in May with an Associate in

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Faith Assembly to host Spring Craft Show

Faith Assembly of God, Polo, is hosting a Spring Craft Show. The event will be held on Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be served; concessions will be available all day.

The show will contain booths of various crafts, including but not limited to:  homemade soaps, salves, candles, home and yard decor, glass lighted blocks, photography, baby items, wooden items, scarves, crocheted and knitted

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NCMC speakers lined up for commencement

Senator Dan Hegeman, representing the 12th Senatorial District, and Dr. Martha Hoffman Goedert, Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health will be the commencement speakers at North Central Missouri College in Trenton on May 6, 2017. Senator Hegeman will speak at the 9:00 a.m. morning ceremony and Dr. Goedert will be the 1:00 p.m. afternoon speaker. Both ceremonies will take place at the Ketcham

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Feed directive meeting at Hamilton 

Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) is a new set of regulations from the Federal Department of Agriculture (FDA) which became effective Jan. 1, 2017. Caldwell County Extension Council is hosting an opportunity to learn more about these changes at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 10, at the Hamilton United Methodist Church. Jim Humphrey, Extension Livestock Specialist, will lead the discussion.

There is no charge and all interested individuals are encouraged to

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Elk carcass found in Daviess County

Daviess County Conservation (MDC) Agent Alan Bradford said the carcass of an adult male elk was found Sunday, March 26, about a mile west of the Jamesport Community Lake and reported to him on Monday.

The property where the elk was found belongs to Jason Spillman who lives in Idaho. He said he received a call from a neighbor about the find.

“It’s a pretty surprising thing,” Mr. Spillman said.

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Meeting held to trim current brush law

A meeting to discuss and revise Daviess County’s current brush law took place at the Lions Club building in Gallatin the afternoon of March 22.

The meeting was hosted by Keith Sutton, president of the Daviess County Farm Bureau.

Missouri State Representative J. Eggleston and State Senator Dan Hegeman were in attendance as were Daviess County Commissioners Randy Sims, David Cox and Wayne Uthe. Also present were representatives from Linn,

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Cold weather rule ends

Missouri Public Service Commission and Kansas Corporation Commission state-wide utility Cold Weather Rules are coming to an end for 2017.

Eligible customers who are behind on their bills are encouraged to contact KCP&L by March 31 to establish a payment plan.

Various programs and services are available that will help customers who have fallen behind on their bills and are at risk of being disconnected. Those interested in payment options

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Disabled veterans meeting in Trenton

The Disabled American Veteran Chapter #60 will conduct a meeting at 7 p.m. on April 3 in the VFW hall located at 919 Washington Street, Trenton.

“This meeting we will be discussing the nomination and election of our chapter officers”, said Jorry Browning, Chapter Adjutant. “Maximum participation by chapter members is highly encouraged.”

Membership in the DAV is open to any man or woman who served in the armed forces

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Cameron Terry recognized by GRTS

Sixteen students from Grand River Technical School (GRTS), including Gallatin High School student Cameron Terry in Auto Service Technology, have been recognized as “Students of the Quarter” for the third quarter of the 2016-2017 school year.

GRTS instructors selected Cameron for this honor based on the following criteria: outstanding work ethic, excellent attendance, good manners, and superior grades.

Cameron will receive a certificate of excellence, a specially-designed sweatshirt recognizing his

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