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JoAnnTummons wins cattle show honors

The 1998-99 Maine-Anjou All-American show season officially concludes May 31 but the accumulation of points and subsequent totals already has a Gallatin cattle producer in the spotlight.

The 1998-99 Maine-Anjou All-American show season officially concludes May 31 but the accumulation of points and subsequent totals already has a Gallatin cattle producer in the spotlight. Among this year’s Silver All-American females is TEF Win Some More 26G by Draft Pick (9-15-97),

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Legislators position to focus on family farm

This week at Missouri’s State Capitol, a bipartisan family farm caucus was organized. Representatives David Klindt (R-Bethany) and Maurice Lawson (D-St. Joseph) led the effort of forming the Family Farm Caucus consisting of 63 house members from all over the state.

This week at Missouri’s State Capitol, a bipartisan family farm caucus was organized. Representatives David Klindt (R-Bethany) and Maurice Lawson (D-St. Joseph) led the effort of forming the Family

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County’s turkey harvest contrasts to region

There were 279 birds reported locally after the first week of hunting, an increase of 114 over last year.

Hunting totals for the spring turkey season are down compared to first week totals posted last spring although the total reported for Daviess County is higher than last year. There were 279 birds reported locally after the first week of hunting, an increase of 114 over last year.

The kill count

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Local Church News 4/25/99

First Assembly of God

Brother Bennett’s message was from II Kings 5:10-12. Prayer requests: Treva Meppelink, Harold England’s mother, Ralph and Elizabeth Moore, Gloria Lint’s brother, Lee Robertson, Mildred Thompson and Jerald Carlson.We had 75 in our morning service. The special was by Wilburn and Mary Lou Bennett.

Sunday night was the fourth Sunday sing and share service. We had several specials by different members. Bro. Clyde Lint read from

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Howard Larkin d. 1999

Funeral services for Howard Larkin were held April 17 at the Cornerstone Church in Chillicothe. Arrangements were by the Norman-Wagy-Gordon Funeral Home in Chillicothe. Burial was in the Lock Springs Cemetery.

Howard Lester Larkin, 77, Lock Springs, died April 14, 1999, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City.

Mr. Larkin was born in Burt, Mich. He attended school in St. Charles, Mich., and moved to his farm east of Lock

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Gallatin alum attends Anatomy/OT&M workshop

Lee C. Rogers of Gallatin, a pre-medical student at Truman State University, participated in a day-long workshop at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) focusing on anatomy dissection and osteopathic manipulation.

Lee C. Rogers of Gallatin, a pre-medical student at Truman State University, participated in a day-long workshop at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) focusing on anatomy dissection and osteopathic manipulation. Rogers is a participant of the

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Don’t mess with Mother Nature

Raccoons, turkey, deer, squirrels, skunks, bass and crappie are either giving birth or preparing to give birth. This is nature’s way of insuring the survival of the species.

by Conservation Agent Vaughn Walters — Springtime in Missouri is a busy time for Missouri’s wildlife. Raccoons, turkey, deer, squirrels, skunks, bass and crappie are either giving birth or preparing to give birth. This is nature’s way of insuring the survival of

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Cornett-Nelson marriage announced

Valerie Ann Cornett and Victor Lee Nelson wish to announce their upcoming marriage which will be on May 22, 1999

Valerie Ann Cornett and Victor Lee Nelson wish to announce their upcoming marriage which will be on May 22, 1999. The ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. at the Baptist Church in Old Pattonsburg with a dinner reception and dance following at the Lake Viking Clubhouse. All friends and

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Bulldog golfers tuning up for GRC

Gallatin handed Albany only its second loss of the season Monday afternoon (April 26), beating the Warriors by 4 strokes in tri-meet competition that also featured the Princeton Tigers.

This week finds Gallatin R-5 golfers tuning up for the May 3 Grand River Conference Tournament. Gallatin handed Albany only its second loss of the season Monday afternoon (April 26), beating the Warriors by 4 strokes in tri-meet competition that also

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