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Daviess County Sheriff Activity Report

10-14-14

12:02 pm – Caller advising of a scam from phone number 407-687-4242. Caller talks about lowering mortgage rate and requests credit card information.

5:55 pm – 2-vehicle accident Highway 69.

10:33 pm – Excelsior Springs PD advised they have Kyle R. Konrardy, 31, Kansas City, on a Daviess County warrant. Konrardy was transported to DDCRJ on probation violations on original charges of damage to jail property, 2 counts felony

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Winston School Holds Trunk or Treat

Winston School will be holding a Trunk or Treat activity from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the Winston High School. The event is sponsored by the Character PLUS program.

Chili Supper will be served in the cafeteria from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Donations are accepted to help benefit Character PLUS activities throughout the school and community.

Local businesses and organizations will be handing out candy in

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Lady Panthers Put the Wraps on Championships

The Pattonsburg girls’ softball team season ended with a 9-2 loss to Jefferson in the quarterfinal round of the Class 1 state tournament. The Lady Panthers were runnersup in the HDC Conference with a 6-1 record. They were district and sectional champs and finished the 2014 with a mark of 21-4.

Lady Panther team members were, front row, from left: Kristen Booth, Brooklyn Scobee, Kelly Warford, Shelbey Dilley and Megan

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It’s Curtains for the Gallatin Theatre League

Brand new ones, that is

Thanks to Gallatin Theatre League patrons, the Courter Theater stage will have a fresh new look on opening night, Nov. 20. When the curtains go up on “All Aboard…Revisited,” they will be brand new.

After careful consideration of fabric content, color, and style, the Gallatin Theatre Board voted to purchase new curtains to be installed within the next six weeks. Our current curtains were purchased

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Conservation Commission Takes Action to Protect Deer in MO

The Conservation Commission unanimously voted to approve proposed amendments to regulations regarding the operation of hunting preserves and wildlife breeding facilities that hold white-tailed deer, mule deer, their hybrids, and other members of the deer family, known as cervids, to prevent the spread of diseases, including chronic wasting disease, to the state’s deer herd.

Actions by the commission include:

Banning the importation of live white-tailed deer, mule deer, and their

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Capital Report: Constitutional Amendment 2

Prosecuting Child Sex Offenders

by State Sen. Brad Lager

There is perhaps no crime more revolting or reprehensible than the sexual abuse of a child. In a civilized society, no child should have to endure that type of abuse nor shall we as a society accept it. Throughout my time in office, I have worked to ensure that our legal system adequately punishes these perpetrators.

Currently, Missouri’s legal system restricts

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The Drought Has Ended… Will the Wet Weather?

Does anyone remember the drought of 2012? Or have the recent rains washed your memories away. Here’s a refresher. By August of 2012, 93% of the state was in extreme drought, the U.S. Department of Agriculture declared all of Missouri a disaster area and the governor declared a state of emergency. Ag producers worried about their crops and livestock and water districts and municipalities worried about their water supplies.

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Local Students Inducted into Honor Society

Twelve students at North Central Missouri College in Trenton were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa during ceremonies held at NCMC recently. Phi Theta Kappa, the official honor society for students at two-year colleges, is the largest honor society in higher education. Ronna Owens (Laredo), president of the local chapter known as Etu Mu, presided over the ceremony with the assistance of Sara Miles (Leonard), Vice President of Leadership and Service,

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Missouri Dominates Florida, Faces Vanderbilt on Homecoming

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri’s 42-13 dismantling of Florida last Saturday in the Swamp was one of the more bizarre football games you’ll see, but in a good way. If you try to analyze it too much, you end up staring into the distance with the bewildered look that has become the default setting for Florida coach Will Muschamp.

Late in the third quarter, Missouri (5-2, 2-1 in SEC play) had

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