Program changes were discussed by the Winston R-6 Board of Education during their meeting held Thursday, April 12, with a motion to reorganize the high school and elementary principal positions into one K-12 principal position. The motion failed.
Continue reading Winston R-6 Principal positions remain the same, Smith resigns
Results from Daviess County Relays, Albany Junior High Relays and Stanberry Junior High Invitational results are included here.
Continue reading 2012 Track: Gallatin #1 at Daviess County Relays
Mary Green, 26, Newtown, was charged April 17 with possession of methamphetamine at the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail. Officers found the meth during a search of the women’s housing facility. Bond was set at $35,000.
Zachary White, 21, Cameron was charged April 17 with felony assault, which occurred at the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail when White struck another inmate on the head with a food tray. Bond was set at
Emergency Management Director Jerry Lusk reported to the Winston Board of Trustees during their meeting held April 2, that a recent siren test revealed that the batteries need replaced immediately.
Continue reading Winston siren needs batteries replaced, conversion
Tanner Johnson of the Knee-Hi 4-H club, Gallatin, and Jerrilyn Hoover, of the Brushy Squirrels 4-H Club, Jamesport, were among the record setting 294 delegates attending the annual State 4-H Teen Conference, March 24-25, at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
Continue reading Local youth develop leadership at State 4-H Teen Conference
Haleigh Tague and Robert Heldenbrand, both of Chillicothe, will wed at Lake Viking on Sept. 22, 2012. Haleigh is the daughter of Larry and Sherry Tague of Lake Viking. She is a graduate of Gallatin High School, Class of 2004. Robert is the son of Russell and Debbie Heldenbrand, Gallatin. He is a graduate of Gallatin High School, Class of 2002.
Continue reading Tague-Heldenbrand to wed Sept. 22
The Gallatin Theatre League Board reported on excess theater seats which are being sold on eBay during its meeting held Monday, April 2.
Continue reading Theatre sells excess seats on eBay, initiates new level of giving
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Lake Viking Lions Club sponsored the 2011-2012 Lions International Peace Poster Contest for Searcy sixth grade. Jade Wayne, received first at both local and district; Hailey Michael received second; and Issac Lucas received third.
Continue reading Sixth graders receive awards for Lions peace poster contest
The 117th annual Jamesport Tri County High School alumni banquet will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 26, at the Jamesport high school gymnasium.
Continue reading Tri-County High School alumni banquet set for May 26
The April meeting of the Daviess County Genealogical Society will be at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, at the Squirrel Cage Jail in Gallatin.
Continue reading Genealogical society meets April 21
Laureate Delta Rho Sorority presented Natalia (Natasha) Irby with the 29th annual Jean Groom Scholarship on Friday, April 13, at the Gallatin High School.
Continue reading Gallatin club presents Natasba Irby with scholarship
Haley and Brooke McDaniel both took home first place trophies from the Knights of Columbus state free throw contest in Jefferson City. Both girls hit 22 out of 25 free throws to win their age divisions. Parents are Mark and Janie McDaniel of Rea. Grandmothers are Mildred McDaniel of McFall and Linda Madison and Irene Frost of Gallatin.
Continue reading McDaniel girls are first in free throws
Gallatin Boy Scout Troop will be hosting a slow pitch, co-ed, softball tournament on Saturday, April 28, at Dockery Park. The public is welcome to attend. Concession stand will be open.
Continue reading Boy Scouts hosts softball tournament
A surprise 80th birthday party for George D. Woodward will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, at the Bethany Community of Christ Church, 802 South 24th (across from the elementary school). No gifts, please. Everyone welcome. Cards may be sent to George D. Woodward, 608 S. 20th, Bethany, Mo., 64424.
Continue reading George Woodward celebrates 80th birthday
A product made right here in Gallatin has received a prestigious 5-star rating from PC Magazine.
Continue reading Gallatin product receives prestigious rating
The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education approved the purchase of a public address system for the football stadium and track during their meeting held April 11, at the high school.
Continue reading Gallatin school purchases new PA system
On April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Gallatin Police and the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office, along with Drug Enforcement Administration and Daviess County Public Water Supply District #3, will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
Continue reading Local law enforcement taking back unwanted prescription drugs April 28
The Missouri Army National Guard’s 458th Transportation Company based out of Trenton returned home on Saturday, April 14.
Continue reading Welcome home, soldiers
The Daviess County Health Department held its annual health fair on Thursday, April 12, completing 110 labs.
Continue reading Daviess County Health Fair completes 100 labs
The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office has moved to the first floor of the courthouse. The new quarters provide more space for the sheriff and his staff, and will enable them to better serve the citizens of this county.
Continue reading Open house at sheriff’s new office, observe 175th anniversary
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Bruce Nelson announced that the sign-up deadline for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) has been extended to tomorrow, April 13.
Continue reading Sign-up and re-enrollment deadline extended for CRP
No matter where Missourians live — in the country, suburbs or cities — trees and forests are vital to their health, wealth and happiness. Covering more than one-third of the state, Missouri trees and forests protect soil from erosion and filter water, provide oxygen needed to breathe and clean the air by trapping and storing pollution.
Continue reading Celebrate value of Missouri trees during Arbor Days in April
The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) offers specially-targeted farm ownership and farm operating loans to socially disadvantaged applicants.
Continue reading Farm operating loans available to socially disadvantage