Trey Koester of Cameron and Jacklyn Koester of Gallatin proudly announce the birth of a daughter, Vanity Rose Koester. Vanity was born at 5:41 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, at Cameron Regional Medical Center. She weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Adrian Blaze Koester and Slayde Marquis Koester.
Continue reading Births – Vanity Rose Koester b. Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010
by Tim Baker, northwest region horticulture specialist
Continue reading Springs and falls longer lived in Northwest Missouri
A Jamesport youth received minor injuries when she was a passenger in a two-vehicle accident at about 9:10 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
Continue reading Two passengers injured in accidents at Jamesport, Cameron
An accident involving a hazardous chemical closed both Interstate 35 and Hwy. 36 on Sept. 24, according to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The intersection was closed until about 5 p.m.
Continue reading Chemical spill caused traffic jams throughout the day, Sept. 24
It took Megan Curtis, 23, an hour and twenty minutes to travel about four miles round trip in Cameron on Friday, Sept. 24. Megan was tied up in traffic due to a chemical spill at the intersection of I-35 and Hwy. 36. The intersection was closed off and traffic re-routed.
Continue reading Spills, jams, booms make for bad day in Cameron
James Lewis, road and bridge supervisor, reported that they are still working on a bridge in Harrison Township.
Continue reading Daviess County Courthouse News (9/22/2010)
District auditor Kevin Hudson presented a favorable report on the finances of the Gallatin R-5 School District. His report was accepted with one minor correction.
Continue reading Gallatin receives favorable audit report, discusses an improvement plan for AYP
The theme for the 2010 Gallatin Homecoming is "TV Shows.
Continue reading 2010 Homecoming activities include spirit days, parade, coronation
Gallatin’s fall softball schedule is getting interesting, but not in a way anyone anticipated.
Continue reading 2010 Softball: GHS girls grab GRC softball victory, but rain the real winner
Sometimes the little things go unnoticed.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Missy Chadwick regarding “taking a knee”
Gallatin Coach Jeff White gave no better indication of the confidence he had in his defense than when he told his team to go for a two-point conversion following the Bulldogs’ fourth-quarter touchdown.
Continue reading 2010 Football: Loss to Maysville measured in feet and final failed offensive series
Green Hills Community Action Agency is one of 14 agencies across America that was competitively selected as a winner of the 2010 National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Award by the Community Action Partnership.
Continue reading Green Hills Community Action Agency’s community innovation honored with three national awards
Visitors didn’t have to scout far for fun on the square at the 2010 Gallatin Chautauqua. A steady flow of entertainment was presented under the tent, on the main stage, and around the courthouse lawn, including these students of Green Hills Martial Arts and Fitness who demonstrated their martial arts techniques on Saturday.
Continue reading Didn’t have to scout far for fun at Chautauqua
The life of a typical young boy is nothing compared to the daily routine of 11-year-old Farm Service Agency (FSA) Youth Loan recipient, Tanner Johnson.
Continue reading Tanner Johnson persue’s dream
The annual Area 2 FFA Greenhand Initiation was held on Sept. 15 and hosted by the Gallatin FFA Chapter.
Continue reading Area 2 and Gallatin FFA host national officer
Gallatin Sophomore Ag-Ed students took a trip to the Hundley-Whaley Research Center in Albany on Sept. 16 to attend the FFA Ag Science Day.
Continue reading Sophomore ag students attend Hundley-Whaley
So far there are two bidders for the Gallatin License Office, Heather LaRae Stephenson and Phyllis Lollar and Conrad Carder. Sept. 9 was the deadline to apply. When a winner is chosen, it will be announced by the Department of Revenue.
Continue reading Two bid for license office
Tammy Dawn Zook of St. Joseph and Robert Martin Mazur of Gallatin are engaged to be married. She is the daughter of Kathy Zook of St. Joseph and the late Robert Zook.
Continue reading Zook-Mazur vows to be exchanged Oct. 2
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution encourages you to celebrate Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23.
Continue reading Join the DAR in commemorating the 223rd anniversary of the signing of the Constitution
LifeLight Communications, Inc. announces its first official expansion of the LifeLight Festival to Bethany. The LifeLight Festival, which is held annually over Labor Day weekend in Sioux Falls, S.D., is the nation’s largest free outdoor Christian music festival.
Continue reading Christian music festival at Bethany Sept. 25
Tragic accident claimants to receive over $1.5 million
Wrongful death and minor settlements of $608,000 and $912,000 were approved in Daviess County Circuit Court on Sept. 17.
Continue reading Settlements announced in wrongful death actions
Missouri Western State University awarded the A.B. DeMuth Business Scholarship to Katy Black, junior business major, of Gallatin, for the 2010-2011 academic year.
Continue reading Katy Black awarded business scholarship
The McFall all school reunion was held Sept. 11, at the Pattonsburg Senior Center.
Continue reading McFall all school reunion held