Gallatin Theater League

Gallatin Theater League to present Gilligan’s Island, the Musical

The Gallatin Theater League will present Gilligan’s Island the Musical at the Courter Theater in Gallatin next month. Performances will be November 21st through 23rd at 7 o’clock each night. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased starting October 24th at Eileine’s Beauty Shop in Gallatin. Contact the beauty shop for more information on Gilligan’s […]

Trooper Matthew Neely awarded Medal of Valor by Governor Parson

Governor awards Missouri Public Safety Medals to first responders and civilians for heroic actions in 2018

Governor Mike Parson awarded Missouri Public Safety Medals to a total of 18 first responders and 6 civilians for heroic and life-saving actions in 2018. The awards are the state’s highest recognition for first responders working as individuals and as members of teams during critical incidents. The civilians were honored for taking on extreme risks […]

Gas Tax

Missouri Lt. Governor says Missourians to decide if gasoline tax increase is needed

The state’s lieutenant governor says Missourians will have to decide whether a gasoline tax increase is needed. Missouri’s 17-cent gasoline tax has remained the same since 1996. Last November, voters rejected a proposed ten-cent gas tax increase. At his campaign announcement, last week at Jefferson City’s Memorial Park, Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe (R) told the audience […]

Gallatin Chatauqua Featuring Daviess County Courthouse

Gallatin Chautauqua September 20 and 21st features events for everyone

Vendors will offer various wares in Gallatin at the Friends of Gallatin’s Chautauqua this Friday and Saturday, September 21 and 21. 2019. This year’s event marks the 150th anniversary of the Frank and Jesse James robbery of the Daviess County Savings Association in Gallatin. The anniversary will be featured on T-shirts and souvenir programs. Activities […]

Missouri Department of Higher Education website

Robin Wenneker appointed to Coordinating Board for Higher Education

Governor Mike Parson announced the appointment of Robin Wenneker to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education  Wenneker, Columbia, is the managing partner for her family-owned multi-county property management company with farm, rental and raw landholdings. She previously worked with Marketing Mix, the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games, and Procter & Gamble. “I am honored to serve in […]

Former Arkansas Senator Jeremy Hutchinson

Former Arkansas State Senator pleads guilty to bribery

A former Arkansas state senator pleaded guilty in federal court to accepting multiple bribes in connection with a multi-district investigation spanning the Western District of Missouri and Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. Jeremy Hutchinson, 45, of Little Rock, Arkansas, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to one count of conspiracy to […]

Salem Croy and Jacob Lewis receive Harper Scholarships

Trenton and Winston graduates to receive Douglas Harper Memorial Athletic Scholarship

Two recent high school graduates have been named the recipients of the first Douglas Harper Memorial Athletic Scholarship. Trenton High School graduate Salem Croy and Winston High School graduate Jacob Lewis were chosen from over 60 applicants for the scholarship established to honor the late Doug Harper. Miss Croy plans to attend North Central Missouri […]

Grain Belt Express

Audio: Grain Belt-Related Legislation heads to the Missouri Senate

Legislation that is aimed at preventing the Grain Belt Express project from using eminent domain across northern Missouri is heading to the state Senate. The House voted 115-35 on Thursday to give final approval to Frankford State Representative Jim Hansen’s bill, which says NO private entity has the power of eminent domain to build above-ground […]