Pictured presenting toys from BTC Bank and Classic Hits 100.1 Regional Radio QUICK to Toys for Tots are Lori Hendee with Toys for Tots, Sara Berry with BTC Bank, Doug Schmitz and Rae Kelly with Regional Radio. Over $1,800 in toys and games was donated during this year’s Toys for Tots Drive.
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Funeral services for Jaunita Wood were held at 2 p.m. today (Wednesday), Dec. 23, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cameron.
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by Tim Baker, horticulture specialist, University of Missouri Extension
Continue reading Great Plains Vegetable Conference and farmer’s tax guides
The Marydale Inn open house was Dec. 12. The inn is located at 17287 232nd Street, Jameson, and is owned by Dale and Mary-Jo Christensen. Winners of the drawing were Rachel Koehn, RoDonna Collier, Virginia Hopkins and Julie Cox.
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by Joe Snyder
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I would like to express my gratitude for our small town and all the talent we have.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Elaine Kettring
by Zac Johnson, city administrator
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After using a reformed competitive bidding system that emphasizes customer service and financial efficiencies, the Missouri Department of Revenue recently announced the awarding of four local motor vehicle and license offices, including Gallatin.
Continue reading Management contract awarded for Gallatin license office
"Sing a Merry Christmas" was presented by Covel D. Searcy Elementary on Dec. 21. The show was directed by Sheryl Warren.
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Under a tax commission decision approved recently, Missouri farmers who own the most productive crop land may pay higher taxes on their property. Those with less desirable land may get a tax cut.
Continue reading Missouri tax commission raises value for best farmland
Kevin Heldenbrand was host for the MacMillan River Adventures Christmas Special which will air at 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 24 on the Outdoor Channel and at 4 p.m. on Christmas day.
Continue reading Heldenbrands answer wish for young hunting fan
The bid for snow removal was accepted from Jacob Youngs for the 2009-10 school year during the regular meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education held Dec. 15.
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Breanne Brammer, daughter of Kim and Dennis Brammer of Gallatin is the winner of the 2009 FFA Missouri Sheep Producers Association State Competition. To advance to state competition, Breanne placed first at the area and district level competition. At state, Breanne kept her winning streak, and won the entire competition. Breanne competed against the top six district FFA winners in the state.
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Gallatin middle school students have organized a junior FFA chapter. The first official function was to adopt a family for Christmas. Numerous items were contributed and wrapped during a Christmas get together for the new members. The Junior High FFA chapter would like to wish everyone a wonderful and happy holiday season.
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This past Friday night (12-18-09) the Booster Club dedicated a custom made trophy case to GHS using memorial contributions from the late Mary Tuttle. The trophy case was custom made by Country Heritage Furniture in Jamesport and has been placed in the high school commons to display the state placed athletic trophies. Mary and Dale Tuttle were avid fans of GHS athletics. Their youngest daughter, Dawn, was a very active
Adam M. Morrell, 27, Gallatin, was arrested Dec. 14 after chasing his wife on Missouri Route DD and Highway 6, attempting to run her off the road with his pickup. He was charged with DWI, alcohol, persistent offender; two counts of felony domestic assault; and five felony counts of endangering welfare of a child.
Deputies Todd Watson and Robert Mazur, along with Trooper J.P. Lynch, were responding to
Dear Editor: I want to say I agree with Dean Pierce on the Christmas decorations we bought to be seen around the square.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Mary Weldon
Led by first place finishes from senior Levi Michener and junior Dylan Leeper, Gallatin’s varsity wrestling team captured the team title on Friday in the Carrollton Invitational Wrestling Tournament.
Continue reading 2009-10 Wrestling: Bulldog wrestlers capture title in Carrollton Invitational
Gilman City’s boys held off upset-minded Gallatin last Friday night to take a 55-52 victory in the nightcap of a HDC vs. GRC doubleheader at Gallatin.
The Lady Bulldogs jumped hard on the Lady Hawks in the night’s opener and swept to a 66-52 win.
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December 11-12 Results
Pattonsburg girls 63, N. Daviess 20
Tri-County boys 80, N. Daviess 11
Gilman City girls 41, Cainsville 30
Mercer girls 74, Pattonsburg 13
N. Harrison girls 50, Grundy 38
Mercer boys 66, Cainsville 46
Winston boys 63, Pattonsburg 20
Ridgeway boys 50, Tri-County 42
N. Harrison boys 76, Grundy 57
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The Gallatin R-5 instrumental program is pleased to announce that Jamie Brinnen auditioned and received first chair E flat contra-alto clarinet for the second year in the Missouri All-State Band. There were over 1,000 Missouri students auditioning for the group. The students were selected on their knowledge of prepared music, chromatic scale, major scales, and melodic scales.
Continue reading Jamie Brinnen receives first chair in All-State Band; winter concert Dec.
December is "Show Your Character" month and Winston High School would like to invite all HDC schools and basketball fans to participate in a food drive during the HDC Basketball Tournament, which continues this week through Saturday.
There will be a collection station at the front gate for canned goods. All donated items will be distributed to area senior centers on behalf of the HDC Conference. Your participation would be