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Rachel Hopkins, daughter of Dana and Monte Hoover of Pattonsburg and Craig Hopkins of Kansas City, brought home the State Handicap Championship title from the Missouri State Trap Shoot held at Linn Creek, Missouri, May 14-20.
Searcy Elementary at Gallatin recently announced its fourth quarter honor roll for 2006-2007 for fourth through sixth grades.
Continue reading Searcy elementary 4th quarter honor roll list
New student registration for fall classes opens by appointment after June 8 for students planning to attend North Central Missouri College.
Continue reading NCMC fall registration
The Trojanettes 16 and under went 4-3 at the Memorial Day Tournament in Basehor, Kan.
Continue reading Maggie Strange powers Trojanettes in Memorial Day tourney
The Missouri Department of Transportation offers free training seminars to help commercial motor vehicle drivers understand what they need to know about state and federal safety regulations.
Continue reading Free safety training for commercial drivers
Over 60 spring athletes earned the spotlight at last Tuesday night’s Spring Sports Recognition Night at Gallatin High School.
Continue reading Spring banquet puts wraps on 2006-07 GHS sports endeavors
To help truck drivers comply with state and federal laws, the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Motor Carrier Services Division offers seminars on commercial vehicle safety regulations and federal hazardous materials rules.
Continue reading Hazmat training
by Kristie Smith, RN, Daviess County Health Department
Continue reading “Call for action” — get your activities on the DCHD website
The Pipeline Group’s annual “Public Education – Contractor Awareness Program” will be held at 6:30 p m. on Thursday, June 14 at the Bethany Community Center, 105 N. 25th Street, in Bethany, Missouri.
Continue reading Contractor Awareness Program set for June 14
Warren McElwain, Chairman of Cameron Regional Medical Center’s Scholarship and Education Committee, and Joseph F. Abrutz, Jr., CRMC’s Administrator, have announced that the CRMC Board of Directors has awarded a total of $7,000 in scholarships to fourteen high school seniors graduating from eight different school districts in the four-county area. This is the eighteenth year for the Medical Center’s scholarship program.
Continue reading Medical center awards $7,000 in area scholarships
An Altamont woman received serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident that occurred at about 6:02 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22, in Daviess County.
Continue reading Three one-vehicle county accidents result in one minor,
Continue reading College students listed on honor rolls
The Jameson/North Daviess Alumni Banquet was held May 27 with 75 alumni and guests present.
Continue reading North Daviess Alumni Banquet has 75 present
Member-owners of Farmers’ Electric Cooperative will be getting something quite unique when they attend the cooperative’s annual meeting on June 5.
Continue reading History of FEC offered to members at annual meeting set for June 5
Kacen and Kegan Jones and their parents Brandon and Karia Jones are proud to announce the birth of their sister Karydon Lynai, born April 12, 2007.
Continue reading Karydon Lynai Jones
William David and Mary Lou Browning of Gallatin are proud to announce the birth of a son, Kenneth David Browning, at 9:33 p.m. on May 24, 2007.
Continue reading Kenneth David Browning
James Lewis, bridge supervisor, reported that they continue to make repairs on two bridges and four culverts damaged by flood waters as soon as conditions permit. He also filed completed work orders documenting their work.
Continue reading Daviess County Courthouse News 5-30-07
Four people have been charged in connection with an incident which occurred in Winston on May 19. The Daviess County sheriff’s department and two highway patrolmen responded to a complaint of minors drinking intoxicants and passing a pipe around at 302 E. Second Street.
Continue reading Daviess County Courthouse News 5-23-07
Hannah Barker wasn’t able to defend her state title in the 100-meter hurdles race over the weekend, but she made up for her misfortune by knocking off the defending state champion in the Class 1 high jump.
by Georgia Maxwell
Members of V.F.W. Post #2172 and the American Legion Post #68 will hold their annual Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 28, at Hillcrest Cemetery.
Continue reading Memorial Day ceremony at Hillcrest
Jake Hogan of Gallatin found what he believes to be a wooly mammoth tooth on Muddy Creek last Sunday, May 20. Jake said he was out arrowhead hunting when he spied the triangular-shaped object lying on a rock bar.
Continue reading Curious looking rock may be a rare find
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