The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved an amendment to an agreement for phone service and accepted a bid for cemetery mowing on March 22nd. The amendment to the City of Gallatin’s Windstream agreement for phone service at the city hall includes upgrading the phone service. City Administrator Lance Rains reported monthly recurring charges will be […]
The Missouri Senate confirmed three appointments for new members to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education. Governor Mike Parson last week announced the appointment of Phil Hoffman of Trenton, Anne-Marie Clarke of Saint Louis, and Hollie Elliot of Fair Grove. Hoffman will represent District 6. He has served as the manager of the Hoffman Reed […]
Missouri voters could decide who sits on the state board of education – not the governor. Eureka Republican Representative Dottie Bailey is proposing to let voters choose board members during each general election of a presidential election year. A House committee is scheduled to vote Tuesday on the measure. St. Louis Democrat Ian […]
Governor Mike Parson has appointed a Trenton resident to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education. C. Phillip Hoffman’s appointment was one of five appointments Parson announced to boards and commissions on February 24th. Hoffman worked for his family’s agriculture input supply business since 1976. GFG Agriservices acquired the family business in 2014. He and his […]
Incumbents filed for the open positions on the Laredo and Galt Board of Aldermen for the April election. Derek Eckert and Brett Mathews refiled for Laredo Aldermen at Large, each for a term of two years. Jason Grindstaff and Sierra Fletchall refiled for their positions as Galt Aldermen at Large, and Jessica Gannon refiled as […]
The City of Galt will have the mayor and two aldermen at large positions available in the April 6th election for two-year terms. The candidate filing period is December 15th through January 19th. Filing will be done at the Galt City Hall Tuesday mornings from 8 o’clock to 10:30 and Fridays from 8 o’clock to […]
The City of Laredo has two Aldermen at large positions available in the April 6th election for two-year terms. The candidate filing period is December 15th through January 19th. Filing will be done at the Laredo City Hall Monday through Thursday from 11 to 3 o’clock.
The Gallatin Board of Aldermen this week discussed setting a cost of service fee for electricity, water, and sewer for apartments and commercial buildings that are currently single-metered properties but have multiple apartments and/or businesses utilizing services. Howard Bailey II and Scott Crose shared concerns with the additional cost of service fees for businesses at […]
Five indictments in three different states were unsealed indicting a total of twenty-four defendants, including alleged Aryan Circle (AC) gang members and associates, on charges of racketeering conspiracy, violent crimes in aid of racketeering, drug conspiracy, and unlawful firearms trafficking. The indictments were announced by Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt of the Justice […]
Crowned Homecoming Queen last night at Milan was high school junior, Cady Pauley. Pauley was the “candidate at large” as selected by the football team. Her parents are Stephen and Ashley Pauley of Milan.
The Gallatin Board of Aldermen received a risk management grant award for $1,553.50 on Monday, September 28th from Jeff Arp with the Missouri Intergovernmental Risk Management Association. The grant funds will be used to purchase an AED and fire-retardant t-shirts for the electric department. Funds will also be used to buy barricades and men working signs […]
Homecoming queen candidates have been announced at the Milan C-2 High School. Coronation is scheduled at the October 1st 7 o’clock pep rally to be held at the Cal Hubbard football field. Candidates are Freshman Rosalyn Roman; Sophomore Auburn Cole, Junior Brianna Hail; Senior Yaneth Garcia, Candidate At Large, picked by the football team, is Fanny […]