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Ones in gold crown are memory lane

Nursing & Rehab crowns royalty

Daviess County Nursing & Rehab in Gallatin crowned their Valentine’s Day King Bob Collins and Queen Marianne McCrary (above). King and Queen for Memory Lane were Sharron Day and Bill Peterson (below).

 

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Daviess County Library Check us out!- February 2017

New and notable books available at the Daviess County Library as reviewed by your local librarians.

Bramble and Maggie, Snow Day by Jessie Haas

Easy read chapter book

This book in five words or less: Horses make great pets!

Everyone is getting ready for the big snow storm. Bramble, Maggie’s horse, watches all the activity with curiosity and wonder. Food and water is stockpiled for everyone, even the horse. When

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Benefit rescheduled to Feb. 25

A benefit to help purchase the headstone for infant Ryker Cole Tucker of Bethany will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Vikings/Kamlers bar in Cameron, 105 East Grand Street. The meal will be at 3 p.m., followed by an auction at 4 p.m. Bands will start at 8 p.m. For more information, call 660-367-4250.

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How the valentine message gets sent

The North Daviess preschool class visited the Jameson Post Office to mail their valentines and tour the office on Feb. 10. Pictured with Lindsey Cass, postal clerk, are Aaron Sybert, Robert Prater and Madelyn Browning. The preschool teacher is Deanna Nelson. The students mailed two of their Valentine letters to Gallatin and one to Coffey.

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Shawn Pawson graduates basics, continues training

Shawn Pawson, son of Robin and Kevin Pawson of Brea, Calif., enlisted in the Marines on Aug. 8, 2016, at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. He graduated from basic training on Nov. 4, 2016. He received further training in Infantry in November, 2016, at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He is currently an acting platoon leader and private first class. After recruit training, Marines in the engineering occupational

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David Roll to head county’s Emergency Management Agency

Daviess County has applied for an Emergency Management Performance Grant Program and as of Feb. 1 has established an Emergency Management Agency. David Roll, 44, Gallatin, has been contracted director of this agency by the Daviess County Commissioners.

The Emergency Management Agency is to respond to all disasters and emergencies, regardless of the cause.

“This agency will be the hub to support all the departments involved in the event of

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Brock Griffin places in top 10 at AQHA horse show

Brock Griffin, Sperry, Okla., formerly of Jameson, and his horse, a 2001 American Quarter Horse Association stallion named Dusted with Steel, placed in the top ten in three events at the 2016 AQHA World Championship Horse Show held in Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 3-18, 2016. The events were calf roping, breakaway roping, and heading and heeling. A horse and rider has to compete at AQHA shows all year in their

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A Valentine story — finding the perfect match

In 2013, Donald Burns, now 69, a retired MoDOT employee and farmer who lives south of Pattonsburg, had to have a creatinine test before his diabetic medication could be renewed.  A creatinine test measures how well the kidneys are working.

The test revealed Donald had Stage 4 kidney disease.

“The doctor was alarmed and we were panicked,” said his wife Kathy.

By Stage 4, severe kidney damage has already happened.

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