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Blast from the Past

Jan. 24, 2007

The Daviess County Health Department and Dockery Park Board are working together to get a new, paved walking trail constructed around the playground at Dockery Park. Bids were placed to get a handle on the actual cost of the trail; it was estimated around $20,000.

Dennis Croy was among nearly 75 individuals from across the state to be honored at the 15th annual High School Teachers Recognition

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Gallatin R-5 second quarter honor roll

Gallatin High School recently announced its 2016-2017 second quarter honor roll.

Freshmen

A – Aidan Adkison, Keegan Allen, Aubrey Burns, Jordan France, Drayton Harris, Jessica Hart, Gloria Hernandez, Macie McNeely, Annie Nelson, Drew Prindle, Madalyn Shubert, Jennifer Teel.

B – Gavynn Abbink, Cody Arnold, Shanelle Bates, Dylan Burns, Landon Corwin, Ross Critten, Thomas Crouse, Mikaela Dickinson, Tristen Gibson, Morgan Glidewell, Cindy Hacking, Jasmine Holcomb, Kacen Jones, Nicholas Widner.

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Courtwarming at Gallatin High

Courtwarming will be held at the Gallatin High School with the theme “Around the World.”

Coronation is at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, in the high school gym before the girls game. The game on Friday, Jan. 20, is against the South Harrison Bulldogs.

The dance is from 8-11 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, in the high school gymnasium for grades 8-12 only. Guest passes must be filled out

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Pattonsburg Courtwarming is Jan. 20

Pattonsburg R-2 Courtwarming is January 20 with the theme “The Jungle Book.”
Dress Up Days will be: Monday, Jan. 16, if there is school- Bees Knees Day (dress up fancy) or Career Day (dress an occupation); Tuesday, Jan. 17, Tacky Tourist Day, chariot relay; Wednesday, Jan. 18. Wacky Wednesday, 3 leg race; Thursday, Jan. 19, Color War Day: (12 black, 11 red, 10 blue, 9 green, 8 camo, 7 yellow,

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GHS joins 16 schools for GRC Conference Choir

Gallatin High School choir students were selected for the Grand River Conference Choir which will be held at 5 p.m. on Feb. 4 at South Harrison High School. The concert is free and open to the public. The choir will be under the direction of Jennifer Stammers. This will be the first year the GRC Conference Choir will consist of the 16 schools. GHS Conference Choir students are pictured, left

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Time to call the coyotes!

The Northern Missouri Coyote Calling Contest was held January 13 and 14 at Northwest Missouri State Fairgrounds in Bethany with 338 coyotes checked in. The event went from 366 teams last year to 465 teams entered this year. There were 172 teams checked in with 338 coyotes; six bobcats; and one fox.

Results are as follows: first place team of Trent Kennedy and Colten Chambers killed seven coyotes and paid

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Bergman murder may be a movie

On Jan. 6, 2017, 35 years will have passed since the Bergman murders took place at a rural home north of Gallatin.

On Jan. 6, 1982, Hal Page shot and killed Mary Bergman, 41, and wounded two of her children, Carl, 12, and Kevin, 16. He also killed a local electrician who happened to be working there at the time, Ed Ramsbottom. Page finally turned the gun on himself.

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USDA’s Farm Service Agency expands Bridges to Opportunity nationwide

The Farm Service Agency today announced the expansion of a unique service for farmers and ranchers. FSA’s Bridges to Opportunity program provides a one-stop-shop that connects producers with resources, programs and educational services offered across the department, as well as from other USDA partner organizations. Bridges to Opportunity, which currently provides enhanced customer support to more than 150,000 customers in 20 states, will expand to serve customers across the country

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Shelters provide safe haven from violence

The Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program, known as Green Hills Women’s Shelters, includes two shelter facilities, one located in Trenton (Grundy County) opened in November of 1996; and one located in Cameron, Missouri (Clinton-DeKalb County) opened in December of 2009.

The two shelter facilities operate 24 hours per day, year-round, with the objective to provide safe shelter, crisis intervention, court-related advocacy, case management, counseling and other comprehensive services to domestic violence/sexual

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