About GPCink

Our roots in North Missouri run deep. It’s where we live and work. We’re locally owned and widely recognized as the publishers of a weekly newspaper produced consecutively since 1864. We’re experienced not only in publishing our own newsprint products but also are printers for more than a dozen neighboring independently owned publications. Offset printing operations were begun in the 1960s and continue today with digital advantages in a remodeled printing plant facility located in Gallatin, MO (view our Facebook video)

We were among the first to apply internet marketing strategies and online products tailored to North Missouri. Expanding upon the experience in developing and hosting a smaller regional website, ShoMeMore.com was launched in 2006. Our success lies in effectively packaging print/online promotion for one price.

GPC websites consistently ranking first or on the first page of organic browser search results for many of the most popular text search strings relating to auctions and real estate. Distribution of our print products are unequalled in the markets we serve. Oureputation is built on service, knowing respect in building business relationships must be continuously earned.

Promoting all types of auctions located throughout North Missouri and South Iowa.
Real Estate – Antiques – Farm Machinery – Estates – Commercial – Land – Livestock

We present auctions where you can bid online immediately under “Bid Now” or you can make plans to physically attend public auctions on locations specified. What’s more, you can search all auctions simultaneously by using the “Item Search” for a list of auctions featuring the specific item you see.

Questions?  We’re happy to assist you. Email us…

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Gallatin Publishing Company

609B South Main, Gallatin, MO 64640
Ph: 660.663.2154
Open Weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Gallatin Publishing Company (GPC) employs over 20 full and part-time workers at the printing plant located in Gallatin, MO. Printing newsprint periodicals (weekly, daily and monthly) is our primary business along with other commercial printing, internet website hosting and design, and related services. GPC owns and distributes five periodicals besides printing more than a dozen others published for neighboring communities. The North Missourian is the official newspaper serving Daviess County since 1864: www.NorthMissourian.com.

The Lake Viking News is the monthly official publication for the 1,600-acre private residential lake community located just west of Gallatin with copies delivered to each lake lot owner: www.LakeVikingMo.com.

The Ad Zone is a free distribution weekly shopper mailed to every household in 3 counties and in the adjacent market area: www.MyAdZone.com

The company is increasingly active in website hosting and development, internet marketing, and related activities and has emerged as a leader in presenting real estate and auctions both online and in print for North Missouri and South Iowa. Monthly real estate publications are printed and distributed across North Missouri and South Iowa to promote the online portals:

ShoMeMoreAuctions.com.com
ShoMeMoreRealEstate.com

GPC is a family-operated corporation owned by Darryl and Liz Wilkinson, who have worked as a team their entire professional life. Both were members of the student newspaper staff at Northwest Missouri State University at Maryville, then briefly at the Ida County Courier-Reminder in Ida Grove, Iowa. The couple managed The Times-Tribune at Grant City, Mo., for almost two years before moving to Gallatin, Mo., to raise a family of four children. Darryl and Liz now have 9 grandchildren.

The Wilkinsons earned numerous honors presented by the Missouri Press Association, including the prestigious Tilghman Cloud Memorial Editorial Award (Weeklies). Darryl has served as president of Northwest Missouri Press Association. He was named Missouri Volunteer of the Year for 1994 by the Southern Industrial Development Council for helping to create jobs in North Missouri through Gallatin Industrial Development Authority. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Missouri Press Association.

In 2015 Mr. Wilkinson became the 145th journalist named to the MPA Hall of Fame during ceremonies held at the 149th Annual MPA Convention in Columbia, MO. Both Liz and Darryl are active in many community and church affairs.