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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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Emsleigh Dawn McCrary b. Feb. 9, 2011

Alan and Angela McCrary of Jamesport are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Emsleigh Dawn McCrary. Emsleigh was born at 12:18 a.m. on Feb. 9, 2011, at Heartland Regional Hospital in St. Joseph. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long. Her siblings are Dylan, Drayson and Caden.

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Master Gardener training to be offered in Northwest Missouri

Do you have a passion for gardening? Would you like to learn more about gardening? Are you interested in volunteering your time for community betterment using your gardening skills?

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Comment on: Grant Ward tackles old cemetery for Eagle Scout project

If I remember right, the Old Hill cemetery was once part of Harrison County, MO and they changed the county line and moved the line north so the cemetery was then in Daviess County and moved the Harrison County line north and took part of the state of Iowa but can’t think when this happened, I’m sure Lanita would know.

Nadine Barker

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Comment on: A love story by Sylvia Eads — lifetime resident of Daviess County

Sylvia is the mother of Jean Heman (one of the best friends anyone could ask for.)

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Daviess County Nursing and Rehab

Gallatin

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Capitol Report: Improving our judicial system

by Brad Lager

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MOFB’s “Cut to the Chase”: Spending restraint, not tax increases

by Garrett Hawkins

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Graves focuses on 1099 repeal; Mandate would cause “avalanche” of paperwork

House Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves recently led the Committee’s first hearing to examine the health care law’s contentious 1099 reporting mandate.

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The Poosey Digest: Angels drifted down

by Freida Marie Crump

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Post Scripts: Andrew Johnson, the 17th president

by Joe Snyder

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Letter about jail (Response to last week) by former owners Hustons

Dear Editor:
I am writing in reference to last week’s article by former commissioner "Dick" Lippold. (This article has no reflection on liking or disliking any one person mentioned here.)

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Hospice Advantage moves to downtown Gallatin

Hospice Advantage has moved to the east side of the square in Gallatin. Jean Gibson, clinical services director, said the company wanted to be part of the business community of Gallatin. The space at the new location at 117 N. Main also better fits their needs.

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Theatre League kicks off major project to replace seating, refinish floor

Date night at the Courter Theater: Two tickets – $16; Popcorn and soda – $ 4; Comfortable Theater Seating – PRICELESS!

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City pool will depend on manager

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen decided that opening the city pool will be contingent upon finding a suitable qualified pool manager. Accordingly, the board agreed to take applications for pool manager. Applications will be accepted until March 11.

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Missouri Century Farms to be featured in commemorative book

The Missouri Century Farm program recognizes farms that have stayed in families for more than 100 years. To celebrate the program’s 35th anniversary, the University of Missouri and the Missouri Farm Bureau will release a commemorative book showcasing Missouri Century Farms. Century Farm owners are invited to submit materials for inclusion in this anniversary book.

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Comment on: A love story by Sylvia Eads – lifetime resident of Daviess County

Wonderful! Sylvia write that book!

Carolyn Browne

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Mobile meth lab results In murder arrest

Captain Kyle Marquart, director of the Division of Drug and Crime Control, announces the arrest of Robert L. Bunch Jr. for the murder of Kimberly Bell.

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Goldkey launches computer security product to be produced in Gallatin

You have a key to your house and car, why not your computer?
GoldKey Security Corporation, a sister company to Gallatin-based WideBand Corporation, is launching a new computer security product that will be manufactured right here in North Missouri.

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Almonds are a heart-healthy snack

Just a handful of almonds a day may help you maintain healthy cholesterol levels, said a University of Missouri Extension nutrition and health education specialist.

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Missouri driver licenses and permits won’t be processed Feb. 19 & 21

Missouri’s local license offices will not be able to process applications for new and renewal driver licenses and driver permits Feb. 19 and 21.

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Archery deer, turkey harvests dip

Missouri’s 2010-2011 archery deer harvest dipped by 17%, following a trend seen during the various portions of firearms deer season. The fall turkey harvest also declined.

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Animal shelter holds fund-raiser

The Green Hills Animal Shelter will be hosting a special "Second Saturday" Fundraiser on Feb. 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Events for this Saturday include an Indoor Flea Market, Craft Sale and a Special Valentine’s Day "Sweetheart" Bake Sale.

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GHCAA receives $5,000 grant for clotheslines, drying racks

Green Hills Community Action Agency’s Energy Services Department is the recipient of a $5,000 grant to be used for Ameren Missouri clients who fall at or below 125% of the 2011 Federal Poverty Guidelines to install outdoor clotheslines and indoor drying racks to deserving families.

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President declares emergency for Missouri

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently announced that an emergency exists and ordered federal disaster aid to Missouri to supplement state and local response efforts in the area struck by a severe winter storm beginning on Jan. 31, 2011, and continuing.

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Veterans counselor will be in Trenton

Joseph L Norton VFW Post No. 919 of Trenton has announced that a counselor from the veteran’s center in Kansas City will be in Trenton on Friday, March 11.

The counselor will be at the VFW Hall from 10 a.m. at 2 p.m. to answer questions for military personnel and make appointments for future visits. The visit is free and is available to both veterans and their dependents.

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