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First Annual Quilt Show

ROCK PORT, MO — The Rock Port Tourism Board hosts its First Annual Quilt Show, coming up Oct. 18-19 at the Atchison County Memorial Building. With of limit of three per person, quilt entries cost $5. Two categories will be open: Novice/Beginner (having made four quilts or fewer qualifies you) and Advanced. Lunch will be available both days, and two trunk shows are planned. Call 660-744-3462 or 660-744-2528 for more

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Old Time Harvest Days Approach

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The 28th Annual Old Time Harvest Days will be Sept. 26-28 at the Livingston County Fairgrounds. Features include cars, tractors, antique machinery, old time skills, demonstrations, arts and crafts, a petting zoo, dinner, Laura Ingalls Wilder stories, and more, as well as parades and church services. The weekend’s events are sponsored by the Livingston County Steam and Gas Association. Admission is $5 for a 3-day pass. Youths

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Annual Fall Driving Tour at Poosey

The Missouri Department of Conservation will hold the annual fall driving tour through the Poosey Conservation Area on Sunday, Oct. 19. This will be the 28th year that the Poosey Conservation Area has opened its roads and trails to the public to view examples of the department’s habitat management and to see vibrant fall colors.

The gates will open at 12 p.m. and the last cars will be allowed through

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A Cross Just Because


Tomm McWilliams took a notion to put up this cross and so that’s what he did. It stands on a cement base in a grassy area at the side of the road on Unity Avenue southeast of Gallatin. Tommie owns 40 acres across the road and goes to check on the crops occasionally and that is why he picked that particular spot. The land was owned by Tommie’s father. It

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BTC Bank Donates $10,000 to Gallatin Fire District

BTC Bank of Gallatin recently donated $10,000 to the Gallatin Fire District towards the purchase of a ladder truck. Pictured, left to right, are Chad Youngs, Eric Kloepping, Doug Hamilton, Gary Hamilton, Cindy Crone, assistant branch manager, Clint Vanatta, branch manager, Doug Fish, president/CEO of BTC Bank and Kirby Payne, BTC Bank board member.

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Pattonsburg’s First Homecoming … Since 1982!

Pattonsburg’s first homecoming since 1982 will only be the beginning of a very busy weekend for the town.

Following the homecoming festivities on Oct. 2-3, an all-school reunion is planned for Saturday, Oct. 4 at McCorkle’s Pub in Cameron, followed by the Pattonsburg Car Show on Sunday, Oct. 5. Additional events planned by the Pattonsburg Makes It Happen committee for Pattonsburg’s 20th Anniversary Celebration include a Wild Bill Elliott

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Gallatin Considers Building Inspector

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen discussed a possible part-time building inspector during their meeting held Sept. 22. Discussion was also held on the industrial park road and other street projects as well as the purchase of a new skid loader.

Public comments were made regarding the cleanup of the building on the square and keeping city business local.

A bulldozer was used to clean up debris at the site of

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GJH Softball Takes 4-2 Record into Final Week

Gallatin’s Junior High softball team took a 4-2 record into Tuesday’s trip to Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs own victories over South Harrison, Cameron (2), and Albany.

Karley Salmon fanned eight batters in a season-opening, 5-1 win over South Harrison. The Lady Bulldogs fell behind early and lost to Hamilton, 15-0, in the opening round of the Hamilton Tournament. Salmon doubled and tripled for Gallatin and Bethany Bailey finished with three

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