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Gallatin aldermen hear interim status report on outstanding debt refinancing

A representative of Piper Jaffray presented an interim status report Monday night to the Gallatin aldermen.

An interim status report relating to the outstanding debt refinancing for the city was provided by Greg Vahrenberg of Piper Jaffray during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, May 24, at city hall. Inquiries and presentations have been made to a number of groups and entities. Responses from these

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Carl Schwab d. 1999

Funeral services for Carl Schwab were held at 1:30 p.m. today (Wednesday), May 26, at the Lindley Funeral Home, Chillicothe. Burial was in Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Chillicothe. Memorial contributions may be made to the Brassfield Cemetery and may be left at or mailed to the funeral home, P.O. Box 47, Chillicothe, MO 64601.

Carl Edward Schwab, 84, rural Chillicothe, died May 23, 1999, at Liberty Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Schwab was

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Trichie-Worthey vows planned

Jennifer Trichie and Greg Worthey will be wed in June.

Jennifer Trichie and Greg Worthey, both of Prior Lake, Minn., announce their engagement. Jennifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trichie of Prior Lake, Minn. Greg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ritcherson of Gallatin, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worthey of Prior Lake. The wedding will take place on June 5, 1999, in Prior Lake,

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Sweat earns MWSC degree

William Eric Sweat was graduated May 15 from Missouri Western State College-St. Joseph.

William Eric Sweat of McFall graduated from Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph on May 15. He received his Associate of Science degree in Mid-Management.

During college, Eric received the Scholastic Excellence Award in Professional Studies and was a member of the American Marketing Association, the Non-traditional Student Club and the National Omicron-Psi Honor Society. Eric

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Stanford earns English scholarship

Brooke Stanfrod, Jamesport, has been awarded the Mattie Dykes Creative Writing Scholarship at Northwest Missouri State University.

Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville recently awarded area students with academic scholarships and awards during their annual Honors Convocation in April.

Merit scholarship and award recipients were chosen for superior academic achievement and leadership involvement on campus and the community. Brooke Stanford of Jamesport was recognized by the Department of English with

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GHS graduation scheduled Sunday

The Gallatin High School graduating class will hear their commencement address from assistant principal E’Lisha Gass. Gass will leave at the end of this year to become principal at Grundy R-5 School.

The Commencement address to be given to Gallatin R-5 graduates on Sunday, May 23, will be presented by E’Lisha Gass, assistant principal and A+ Program Coordinator who departs to become principal at Grundy R-5 High School at Galt

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Coos like a hoot owl, plaintive as a wolf: I miss the sounds of trains

When I was a boy, we lived just half a mile from the mainline tracks that carried those wonderful steam trains headed east out of Kansas City. I grew to love those familiar steam whistle sounds called out in the distance, cooing like a hoot owl, plaintive as a wolf.

It was a manmade noise,

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Missouri’s forgotten constituency

The adjournment of this year’s first annual session of the 90th General Assembly was, as were its 178 precedents, a joyful occasion.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

The adjournment of this year’s first annual session of the 90th General Assembly was, as were its 178 precedents, a joyful occasion. It signaled the completion of nearly five months of study, work and political jousting. As has been their custom for many years,

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Legislative year ends with a bang

Legislative year ended with a bang asseveral key legislative priorities became law.

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@headline = Comprehensive tax cut package goal of last year and next year’s legislature

@byline = by State Sen. Sam Graves

The 1999 legislative session ended with a bang as several key legislative priorities became law. The number one priority of this session became a comprehensive tax cut package.

The state has over-collected $1 billion

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