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Smithfield donates $1,500 to Second Harvest on behalf of Coffey feed mill

web_smithfield donationsAs the recipient of the Smithfield Foods, Inc. Sustainability Excellence Award in the Value Creation category for their ongoing flexible grain storage system, Smithfield Hog Production Missouri was able to select organizations to make charitable donations to on behalf of Smithfield Foods.

The Smithfield Hog Production Missouri Feed Mill in Coffey, where approximately 1.5 million bushels of corn is currently stored in the flexible grain storage system (grain bags), is

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Winston FCCLA selected as regional officers

Three FCCLA students from Winston, Delilah Gadd, Ashley Gadberry, and Lane Fortner, attended the Region 2 FCCLA Officer Screening at the Chillicothe Performing Arts Center on Jan. 27.  Students were required to take a knowledge test, participate in an interview, and give a two to three minute speech on leadership.  Two students were selected for 2016-2017 FCCLA Regional Officer: Lane Fortner, Reporter, and Ashley

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Gallatin LDS changes leadership

The new leaders of the Gallatin congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) as of Jan. 17 are Bishop David Marble, a former assistant professor of criminal justice, who currently works on the family farm and serves on the Gallatin Park Board; and his two counselors, Aaron Murray, retired deputy sheriff/building trades instructor, who currently farms, and Kevin Wayne, an automotive technician, all of Gallatin. They

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Weigand in CMU upcoming show

Denise Weigand is a cast member in the upcoming show at Central Methodist University titled “A Valentine Toast to Opera and Musicals.” The show will feature an international evening of operetta, opera and musicals performed in a variety of styles.

Performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 11-13 and at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14 in the Willie Mae Kountz Recital Hall.

Weigand is a physics major

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Wilma Harris 1931-2016

Funeral services for Wilma Harris will be held Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, in Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron. Burial will be at Alta Vista Cemetery, Weatherby.

Wilma L. Smith Harris, 84, Machesney Park, Ill., was called home Jan. 24, 2016.

Wilma was born June 9, 1931, in Pattonsburg, the daughter of Cecil L. and Hazel (McFee) Smith.

She married Delbert Harris in 1951, in Albany.

She was a member of Windsor

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Regional meeting for community betterment

A Missouri Community Betterment regional meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in Trenton on March 29 at the Trenton First Christian Church Activity Center, 1700 Princeton Road.  The featured topic is about recruiting volunteers.  RSVP deadline is one week before each meeting; email [email protected]

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Hospice Advantage in Gallatin joins Compassus family

The Hospice Advantage program serving Gallatin and the surrounding communities announced that it will take on the Compassus name effective immediately. The name change is part of a rebranding initiative following Compassus’ purchase of Hospice Advantage last year.

This acquisition brought together two highly respected providers of compassionate hospice care, creating one of the nation’s largest private independent providers of these services.

“We are excited to officially be a part

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Auditor Galloway releases compliance information for new local government, court reporting requirements

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway recently issued the first in a series of monthly summary reports detailing local government compliance with state laws related to municipal court reporting.

“Citizens are entitled to know how government operates at every level, and today’s report creates transparency in the operations of local governments and municipal courts,” Auditor Galloway said. “My office will continue to work to keep Missourians informed, and to hold local

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A stitch in time…Connie Henry’s life changes pattern

Connie Pearson Henry learned how to patch together a quilt from her grandfather Ki (Clarence) Stout, a tailor in Gallatin. Now she patches up people — Connie is the head nurse at the Ford Assembly Plant in Claycomo, where workers build the F-150 truck. She is charge nurse over a hospital and two infirmaries and has been there for eight-and-one-half years.

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Connie Pearson Henry

“It’s a very interesting job with

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