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Three from Gallatin Selected for District Choir

Three Gallatin vocal music students were accepted into the All-District Choir, Jasmine Ramirez, Jessica Lichfield and Gabrielle Gibson, pictured left to right.

Sheryl Warren is their vocal instructor at Gallatin. On Sept. 15, approximately 420 students traveled to Missouri Western State College at St. Joseph to audition for the Northwest District Choir. Only 197 students were chosen. District choir is made up of students enrolled as freshmen through seniors. The

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Christmas at the Corner Café

Christmas came early to the customers at the Corner Café on Monday, Oct. 20. A very generous man left a certain amount of money to pay for the customers’ lunches. The customers and staff were quite surprised and very appreciative. The workers at the Corner Café say they know this local man and know that he is a very caring and giving person every day. They all say, “Thank you,

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Daviess County Sheriff’s Activity Report

10-21-14

6:25 pm – Freddie Pendergraft, 53, Allerton, IA, was transferred from Wayne County, IA, to DDCRJ on Daviess County warrant for FTA for class D felony DWI.

6:52 pm – Call regarding child being bullied in Jamesport.

8:06 pm – Verbal dispute in Jameson.

8:22 pm – Individual at courthouse reference arrest from 10-19-14.

10-22-14

3:25 am – Property damage to vehicle at Winston Truck Stop.

6:33 am –

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Cameron Awarded Airman of Quarter

Tyler Cameron, son of Matt Cameron of Pattonsburg, has been awarded the Airman of the Quarter Award for the months of April and June, 2014. Tyler is currently stationed in Oklahoma, soon to be transferred to New Jersey. Tyler has been a loadmaster in the United States Air Force since 2012. [Submitted Photo]

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Red Ribbons Presented During Drug Prevention Program

 

The local Elks Lodge presented Red Ribbons to the Gallatin Elementary School for use this week during National Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is the Nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention program. The students will receive the Red Ribbons as a reminder and a pledge to live a drug-free lifestyle. Pictured are the Elks Lodge representatives, Mrs. Shonna Morrison (elementary counselor), and pre-schoolers, left to right, Grace Hardin,

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Jameson Native Trains Winning Rodeo Horse

 

Austin Lawrence of Sperry, Okla., a member of the Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association (O.J.R.A.), recently competed at the 2013-14 O.J.R.A. finals held at the Flyin Cow Arena in Grove, Okla. He qualified in breakaway roping and ribbon roping. Austin was champion all around boy, winner of the ribbon roping saddle and won the average in the breakaway roping. His mount was the AQHA Stallion “Dusted with Steel.” The horse

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Follow-Up: Health Department Funding Cuts

Dear Editor:

I wanted to follow up with you about the story the North Missourian published [found HERE] about the funding cuts we received at the Daviess County Health Department. That funding was restored due to the Ebola scare.

The Governor met with Department of Health and Senior Services and representatives of local public health from around the state. I am not sure how long this will remain intact.

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City Receives Grant for Car Camera

Patrick Bonnot, left, and Chief Richards.

Patrick Bonnot with Missouri Intergovernmental Risk Management presented the Gallatin Police Department and the City of Gallatin with a $3,375 risk management grant during a meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Oct. 27. The money will be put toward the purchase of a new camera for the patrol car.

Police Chief Richards discussed the recent activities of the department and the purchase

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Winston R-6 Opposes Amendment 3

Winston R-6 School District’s Board of Education has passed a resolution to officially oppose Amendment 3 on the November 2014 ballot.

“Amendment 3 will take away local control of our schools, and we are fundamentally opposed to that. The fact is Amendment 3 would implement unfunded, state-mandated standardized tests that could cost upwards of $1 billion, which school districts and taxpayers would be forced to pay. Additionally, Amendment 3 would

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