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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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Jamie Israel graduates

Grantham University is proud to announce that Jamie Israel, of Pattonsburg, recently graduated with an online MS Performance Improvement.
“We are so proud to congratulate Jamie Israel on trusting our team with the dream of education. What an accomplishment!” said Dr. Cheryl Hayek, Grantham’s interim university president and chief academic officer. “It gives us such great pleasure to see students’ hard work result in an education that will help set

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Weigand honored in academics

Central Methodist University student Denise Weigand, from Weatherby, a graduate of Winston R-6, was recently recognized for an extraordinary academic achievement in the CMU Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

On Monday, April 17, 19 students and one faculty member were recognized during the division’s Honor Awards, held in the Inman Student and Community Center on CMU’s Fayette campus.

Excellence was noted in the fields of biology, chemistry, computer

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All about the multi-hued hydrangeas

By Tim Baker, Regional Horticulturist

One of the more popular woody ornamental plants is the hydrangea. These plants have large showy clusters of blossoms, and come in both shrub and vine forms. They bloom after spring-flowering plants such as azaleas, and thus give color in the landscape well into summer. Depending on the plant grown, they can range from four feet to 50 feet in height (climbing varieties), and can

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Weigand to perform in CMU’s Trumpet and Friends concert

Central Methodist University student Denise Weigand, from Weatherby, a graduate of Winston, will perform in the upcoming CMU Trumpet and Friends Concert, to be held Friday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kountz Recital Hall of the Swinney Conservatory of Music on the Fayette campus of Central Methodist University.

The free concert, open to all, will include the musical groups CMU Trumpet Ensemble, CMU Brass Quintet, CMU Flute Choir,

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Everybody got moving for week-long health fair at Daviess County Health Department

Resource booths were available for the public at the Daviess County Health Department health fair.

The Daviess County Health Department had a fantastic turnout this year for Public Health Week April 3-9, performing 119 labs on Monday, and 117 labs on Tuesday, according to Administrator Cheryl Alexander.

National Public Health Week is celebrated every year the first week of April.

The Daviess County Board of Directors voted to give back

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NCMC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

Danette Smit is pictured third from the right on the back row

Twenty-four North Central Missouri College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society on April 3, including Danette Smit of Gallatin.

Members include: Kendra Border, Cameron, Trevor Burrows, Bethany, Tyler Busker, Fayette, Justin Daniels, Unionville, Robin Dennert, Trenton, Kendey Eaton, Mound City, Katelyn Galloway, Brookfield, Madison Gonseth, Murray, Iowa, William Grant, Carrollton, Brady Huffman, Galt, Erik

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CAPNCM provides women’s health services

Many women living in northern Missouri rely on Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri for their health-care needs. Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri Women’s Health Services clinics are open to everyone living near the service area, regardless of age or financial situation. Fees for the confidential services are charged on a sliding scale based on the patient’s income; private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid are also accepted, as

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Brooke Dustman receives academic excellence award

Pictured, left to right, are Lola Swint, math instructor, Brooke Dustman, and Amy Guthrie English instructor.

Brooke Dustman from Jamesport, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, has been chosen as this year’s Academic Excellence Award Winner. Her name will be engraved on a plaque on permanent display on the first floor of Geyer Hall on the NCMC campus. Brooke will graduate from NCMC in May with an Associate in

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Library celebrates Autism Awareness Month, Organ Donor Month, and 4-H Day of Service in April

April is National Autism Awareness Month, celebrated worldwide. Daviess County Library hopes to empower and encourage our community of parents and educators with a recently purchased collection of autism spectrum materials for adults and children which will be on display for the month of April.
Autism spectrum disorders affect one in 68 individuals in the US. Autism is a complex developmental disorder affecting the way a person communicates and relates

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