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GHS FCCLA qualifies 16 for national competition, wins third in project

Pictured is FCCLA President Kaitlyn Bird accepting the third place Missouri State Winner plaque for the Families First national program.

Gallatin FCCLA chapter qualified 16 students for national competition and was selected as the third place state winner for their ‘Families First’ national program project.

The ‘Families First’ project was called Operation Unstoppable Christmas and was awarded during the annual Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership

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Senior Boxes of food coming in April

A new program called Senior Boxes will become available at the Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center Food Bank in April, according to Bill and Karen Reed, directors.

In addition to their regular commodities, participants will be able to pick up a 35-pound box of nourishing food. The foods include canned protein, juice, vegetables, fruit and cereal. The food is distributed through Second Harvest out of St. Joseph through the

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Brush control meeting set Wednesday, March 22

Daviess County Farm Bureau and Daviess County will host a public meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 22 at the Gallatin Lions Club building. The topic is brush control and the need to put some teeth in the brush control laws. Missouri State Representative J Eggleston and State Senator Dan Hegeman will be in attendance.

There will also be discussion about counties taking over the maintenance of blacktop roads and

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Liberty woman found dead in rural Daviess County

Officers were dispatched to a location in northwest Daviess County on March 12, where they found a woman dead in her car at approximately 3:30 p.m.

She has been identified as Antwanette Michelle Delagarza, a Liberty woman reported as missing since Feb. 21. The cause of death appeared to be a gunshot wound. No foul play is suspected. The case is under investigation by the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department as

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Murder reduced to manslaughter

Aaron Tucker, 25, originally charged with murder in Daviess County, had his charge reduced to involuntary manslaughter, C felony, in Daviess County Circuit Court on Monday. The charge was amended following an investigation by Daviess County Prosecutor Andrea Gibson.

A reduction in bond was also requested, from $100,000 down to a $10,000 bond with a 10% deposit and the condition that the defendant live in Milan. Tucker is set to

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MU Extension Council for Daviess County holds annual dinner, recognizes two farm families, elects officers

The Century Farm of John and Nancy Gann, is represented by, left to right, front row, Stacey Gann, Dyson Fry, Nancy Gann, John “Doc” Gann, Nichole Gann, Missy Gann; back row, Justice Fry, Nicole Gann, Barron Gann, Kyle Gann, Todd Gann.

The Century Farm of Mildred and the late Garold McDaniel, is represented by, left to right, front row, Tiffany Arndt, Mia Arndt, Jayleigh Arndt, Leisa Whisler and Trinity Kile;

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Auditor Galloway uncovers more than $2 million hidden “bonus” pay in University of Missouri System audit

On March 6, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway released a highly-critical report of the University of Missouri System. The audit reviewed management operations for the Board of Curators and system administration. Auditor Galloway described inappropriate bonus payments to top executives, including incentive payments, luxury vehicle allowances and other compensation not included in published salaries. She also found a former administrator continued receiving his six-figure salary long after resigning from his

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Limited amount of shingles vaccine at health department

The Daviess County Health Department has a very limited amount of shingles vaccine for the adult population 60 years of age or older.

Some of this vaccine was supplied by a government grant called Section-317. Eligibility for the shingles vaccines through the Section-317 grant include those who are uninsured and underinsured (insurance will not cover immunizations).

Once the doses the health department received from the Section-317 grant are given, the

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