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Listen to Brice Garnett's interview aired on Sports Radio 810 WHB
Speaking from San Francisco, Brice shares as he prepares to compete in the U.S. Open on June 14
and reflects upon his experiences growing up in Gallatin and competing at Missouri Western.

Click here: http://www.stationcaster.com/player_skinned.php?s=26&c=374&f=576941

74 years later, Jesse Reynolds recognized for special service

Jesse Reynolds received a certificate from the V.F.W. National Headquarters for his past service in the Navy as well as for his ongoing participation in the Honor Guard during a meeting of Frank Frazier Gallatin VFW Post 2172 held June 22, at the community building in Dockery Park.

EPS opens for business in Gallatin

Elite Products and Services, a custom design, research and development company, has opened east of the Gallatin school at 709 Ogden Street in Gallatin. The company has 32 plus years of expertise in manufacturing of metal, plastic, electrical and electronic products, according to owner and president Mike Andersen.

Be careful with fireworks to prevent wildfires
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds people to be extremely careful with fireworks during this time of very dry conditions and lack of rain. MDC also urges campers and others in the outdoors to follow the precautions below to protect lives, property and Missouriís precious forests, fish and wildlife.

Enjoy the fireworks, stay safe

July fourth is quickly approaching and several local fireworks stands have opened. Gallatin Police Chief Mark Richards would like to take this opportunity to wish the citizens of Gallatin a safe and happy fourth of July and to point out the ordinances for shooting fireworks within the city.

Itís showtime ó Daviess County Junior Livestock Show opens July 5

The annual Daviess County Jr. Livestock Show will be held this year on July 5, 6 and 7 at the fair grounds located inside Dockery Park.

Administrative hearing held on claims

The distribution of funds to claimants against Gallatin Livestock Auction was addressed at an administrative hearing on Monday, June 25, in the Daviess County Courthouse in Gallatin.

Pauline Froman sentenced to 18 months

Pauline Froman was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison without parole on June 25. She was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Gary A. Fenner in the Western District of Missouri. The court also ordered her to pay $2,861,304 in restitution.

Lions Eye Research to hold free vision screening in Gallatin

The Missouri Lions Eye Research Foundation will host a free Healthy Vision Screening from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Daviess County Senior Center, 109 S. Main St. in Gallatin on Friday, July 13. For questions prior to the screening, please contact the Foundation at 816-454-5454, ext. 140 or at info@mlerf.org.

Garnett notches top five finish in Wichita
Brice Garnett withstood Sundayís 100-degree heat in Wichita to finish in a four-way tie for fourth place in the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open.

Car slows for deer, hit from behind
Two people received minor injuries in an accident that happened at about 9:37 p.m. on June 20 in Daviess County.

Driver falls asleep, wrecks car

An Altamont teenager received moderate injuries in a one-vehicle accident at about 2:10 a.m. June 22 on Hwy. 69, five miles north of Altamont.

Sizzling Summer Blood Drive July 3 and 7
A Sizzling Summer Blood Drive will be held from 3-8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3, at Jamesport in the Mennonite School gym, 704 S. Myrtle.

GHS class reunion for 1971, 1972, 1973
Gallatin High School's Class of 1972 will be having a 40th year class reunion on Saturday, July 28, at Cycles in Gallatin, at 5 p.m. 

Winstonís Jesse James Days coming (back) to town

The Winston Historical Society will be holding the 25th Annual Jesse James Days July 13-14 in Winston. The event is resuming this year after a one-year absence from the calendar of Daviess County festivals.

Puppet shows in July at Puppetfest Midwest
Puppeteers from around the world will be arriving in Trenton in July to celebrate the 10th annual PuppetFest MidWest.

Managed deer hunt applications open July 1, close Aug. 15

Missouri deer hunters can apply online for managed deer hunts beginning July 1. More than 6,000 hunters will have a chance to participate in 99 managed hunts from mid-September through January.

Missing person alert

Caldwell County Missouri has issued an endangered person advisory for a missing person incident that occurred at Lathrop at 2 a.m. on June 15. Missing is Carol Jo Thompson, a white, female, age 50.

"Frog days" of summer begin at sunset June 30; Put down the blackberry bucket and pick up a frog gig.

Missourians can celebrate summer with a favorite outdoor pastime, as frogging season begins at sunset June 30.

MDC opens gate on second elk cohort; This yearís crop of elk increased by 10 before even leaving the pen.

Missouriís free-ranging elk herd got a boost Tuesday, as the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) released 33 elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area (CA) in Carter County. Another release of 13 elk is planned for Saturday on neighboring land in the elk-restoration zone.

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