Everyone Drink! (Water!)

With temperatures forcast to be in the 90s this weekend, officials say it will be important to stay hydrated if working outside. Sarah Wood is a nutrition and health specialist with the University of Missouri Extension Service. Wood says dehydration makes your blood thicker, making it more difficult to flow through your body. That makes it tougher for your body […]

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Braymer Man in Motorcycle Accident

A Braymer man was one of two people injured in a motorcycle accident in southern Johnson County, Missouri. According to the Highway Patrol 54 year old Rodney Arnott of Braymer was riding his motorcycle North on Highway 13 north of Leeton at a low speed through moving water. An unknown southbound vehicle traveled through the water at a high rate […]

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Gallatin Water Rate Study

Gallatin City officials have a water rate study conducted recently. City Administrator Lance Rains explains what the study numbers tells him. Raines called in two companies for rate studies and compared the numbers. He says the number were very close. He says the study is showing a good example of where things are at in water costs.

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Gallatin Water Quality Improving

Improvements are being made to the Gallatin Water Plant. Gallatin City Administrator Lance Rains says work has been done to solve some CO2 issues. Rains says there is still one thing to finish. He says the plant is producing a better product. He said all Department of Natural Resource specifications are looking “Really Good.”

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