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Joseph Robert Snyder 1918-2014

Joseph Robert Snyder arrived in this world on July 6, 1918, in Kansas City, Mo., and he spent his life using the tools of journalism trying to make things better for others. He was born into a working class neighborhood to Ralph Joseph and Edyth Ferguson Snyder, rather ordinary Americans, who raised their son with love and fortitude, instilling strong ethical values. He began his journalism career as a carrier-salesman

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Aubrey Nelson Elected FBLA State President

16 advance to nationals

Gallatin’s Aubrey Nelson was elected the new state president of Missouri FBLA and 16 members of the school’s FBLA class will now advance to the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn., June 28 to July 3.

The 2014 FBLA State Leadership Conference was held at the Holiday Inn Executive Center on April 13-15. Over 3,700 Missouri FBLA members gathered for competitive events, workshops, and to elect

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Winston School Board Takes Oath

New Winston R-6 Board of Education members received the oath of office April 15.

Pictured, left to right, are Tanya Farrell, David Neth and Shelly Mason. The oath is being administered by Board Secretary Tiffany Cameron. [Submitted Photo]

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We’re Just People

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

If you don’t have indigestion when you wake up in the morning, one good dose of the world news will be enough to make your gut start to cramp. Missing jetliners, Russian land-grabbers, school shootings, meth labs, and global climate change are enough to ruin anyone’s morning toast and coffee. Last week I watched a wonderful actress perform in a play and when

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Women’s Shelter Observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Green Hills Women’s Shelter, Trenton, serves nine counties by providing a wide range of services and a safe place for victims of violence.

“We provide non-residential and residential services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault,” stated  Jenna L. Johnson, Case Manager/Volunteer Coordinator. “Our services include case management, support groups, legal and medical advocacy, assistance with protection orders and counseling.” They also aid through community resources like housing,

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FBLA Selects Croy as Administrator of Year


 

Aubrey Nelson, FBLA State Reporter, presents Dennis Croy, Gallatin R-5 Superintendent, with the FBLA Administrator of the Year Award at the 2014 State Leadership Conference. Mr. Croy earned this award for his continued support of FBLA and Vocational Business Education. [Submitted Photo]

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Keeping Account Critical for Garden

by Tim Baker, Horticulture Specialist

Record keeping is important. This is especially critical for your garden. A year-by-year record of what you planted, what varieties you grew, where you planted them, weather data, and other information can be really helpful when planning future gardens.

Did you have an extreme drought? Maybe it was too wet. What insects and diseases plagued your gardening efforts? When was the last spring killing frost?

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North Daviess School is 99 Years Old

Will get new windows before 100th

New windows will be installed sometime this summer in preparation for the 100th birthday celebration of the North Daviess school building, located in Jameson, which will be in 2015. The first day of school was held on Oct. 4, 1915.

The cost of the windows and labor for installation is being funded by private donations from the Jameson Lions Club, Jameson Community Betterment, and

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Police Arrest Woman for Failing to Register

The Gallatin Police Department arrested a woman Monday night for failure to register as a sex offender.

Mary Kay Frances Colvard, 29, was picked up by police at 1201 South Prospect in Gallatin. She had been living at that address and working in Gallatin for about a month.

Ms. Colvard was taken to the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail.

Her offense is listed as “Permit or allow sex assault to minor child.”

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