Paula Earls

Editor- California Democrat


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Galliher youngest competitor in state finals

Billi Galliher, 10, competed in the MRCA finals at Lake St. Louis Oct. 22-24.

First Baptist church opens collection site for the world’s largest Christmas project

Local volunteers join Samaritan’s Purse to collect 800 shoebox gifts for children in poverty overseas

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Local man honored as friend to many

Donnie Flippin Jan. 22, 1940 - Oct. 27, 2015

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Night Reading held in Jamestown

Thursday night, Oct. 28, Jamestown School hosted its first Night Reading is a family reading event.

2015 Tax bills for Moniteau County to be mailed

The 2015 Moniteau County taxes will be mailed out Friday, Oct. 30. The real estate tax will be collected for 2015 amounts to $6,532,018.42 and the personal tax will be $2,362,941.09. Railroad and Utility tax is $1,657,571.53. As of March 1, 2015, the back tax books showed $855,667.25 still on the books. Over 65 percent of these have been collected. This amount includes real estate and personal for three back years.

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Jamestown fifth grade explores biomes

Jamestown fifth grade teacher Wendy Barker could not take her students to all the biomes in the world so she brought as many as possible to the Jamestown school via books, encyclopedias and the internet.

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CMS Peer Helpers receive large food donation from Worthey Bail Bonds

“I can, you can, we can: being drug free comes in cans!”

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Pinto Pride Band has successful day at Monroe City

The Pinto Pride Band had a successful day at the 2015 Monroe City Black & Gold Marching Festival on Saturday Oct. 3 in Monroe City. The festival featured four different competitions and there were 11 bands in the 3A division.

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Russellville community comes together in mourning

Libbert remembered for his friendship, smile and giant "Kaleb Hugs"

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Kiwanis Club serves early breakfast at festival

The menu consists of Burger’s ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, milk and juice for $9.

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