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Pilot Dies During Cameron Air Show

A 50-year-old Smithville pilot died Saturday, June 27, when his biplane crashed during a routine aerial performance at the Cameron Airshow. The airport is located on A Highway about two miles southwest of Cameron.

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Steven O’Berg was flying his red and white Pitts S2-B biplane (a fixed-wing aircraft with two main wings stacked one above the other) at the airshow when at about 1:50 p.m. witnesses said they heard his

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Either Come In or Stay Out!

We jumped the gun on the Fourth of July. Last weekend was a big birthday bash where extended family members lumped three birthdays together by fudging on the exact dates just a bit. Good times, good food B and now for another promising weekend of fun with Firecracker Day falling on Saturday this year.

You can read just about anything about any subject, but somewhere somebody has tallied up what

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Rains Graduates School of Dentistry

Riley Davis Rains graduated from University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry on May 15 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. Riley has accepted a position in Kirksville with the Northeast Missouri Health Council.

Riley is a 2007 Gallatin High School graduate and a 2011 graduate from University of Missouri at Columbia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry.

Riley is the son of David and

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R-3 Gets Estimate for Water Leaks

Superintendent Wendell Burns reported to the North Daviess Board of Education that water was still coming in the gym and closet during the heavy rains the area has had lately. An individual was contacted to get an estimate for needed repairs. The estimate was $3,400 and the board agreed to get this taken care of.

Funds in the amount of $30,000 were transferred from the general fund to the capital

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P.E.O. Helps Women in Education

The BQ Chapter of P.E.O. in Gallatin sponsored two local women for P.E.O. Program for continuing education (PCE) grants this year. Vickie France of Gallatin and Amanda Harper of Gallatin each received a grant to assist with educational needs. Established in 1973, the P.E.O. Program for continuing education (PCE) presents need-based grants to women in the United States and Canada whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary

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NCMBF to Launch Efforts for Small Business Growth

The North Central Missouri Business Facilitation Group (NCMBF) met in Gallatin,  recently and was joined by State Representative J. Eggleston. Representative Eggleston expressed his interest in supporting small businesses throughout his district. NCMBF represents six counties in central Missouri and its goal is to enhance entrepreneurial opportunities within the six counties. NCMBF has been supported by a group in the northwest named the Missouri Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation (also a

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New Resource Guide on Identity Theft

A new Identity Theft Resource Guide is available to the public. The guide informs Missourians on steps they should take now to protect themselves from becoming a victim and how to repair the damage caused by identity theft.

According to the Missouri Attorney General’s office, identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the nation. It affects more than 10 million victims every year.

Identity thieves can get victims’

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Graves Issues Statement After SCOTUS Upholds ACA

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Sam Graves issued the following statement after the Supreme Court today ruled in favor of the Obama Administration in the case of King v. Burwell.

“I strongly disagree with today’s ruling, but it does not change my resolve to fully repeal Obamacare,” Rep. Graves said. “The president’s health care law has led to higher costs, fewer jobs, and tremendous uncertainty for families and small businesses.”

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Jesse James Days Riding into Town

Jesse James and the gang will ride again as Winston holds Jesse James Days July 10 and 11.

Friday night, July 10: homemade ice cream social and gospel sing; food shack opens at 6 p.m.; music at 7 p.m.; bag toss tournament at 7 p.m. (registration and practice between 6-6:50).

Saturday, July 11: 7 a.m.: biscuits and gravy breakfast; 9:30 a.m.: baby show (please register by 9); the raising of

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