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City may apply for grant

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen discussed Monday night the possibility of applying for a CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) for infrastructure improvements at the Gallatin Area Business Park.

The application for CDBG funding for infrastructure improvements at the Gallatin Area Business Park was discussed by the Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting on June 28 at City Hall. A public hearing will be held at 1 p.m. on June

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Chapter BQ, PEO Sisterhood met at the home of Deby Gann with Katherine Snyder as co-hostess on June 19. Louise Hass gave a program on the 1999 Convention of Missouri State Chapter held in Kansas City. Our PEO Scholarship was given to Kristen Ellis. The Harriett Cravens Scholarship was given to Brooke Weldon. Miss Cravens was a 50-year member of PEO and a

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Alumni fight it out

Hixson, Robertson battle it out at Peru Varsity game

“Some people think that football is a matter of life and death…I can assure them that it is much more serious than that.” Bill Shankly, Sunday Times 1981

Though fans sometimes take their favorite team’s Friday night or weekend games as seriously as life itself, the Peru State College annual Alumni Game proved to be as much fun as it was

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Honored for weather work

Clayton and Marcia Grimes earn a Citizens Observer Crtificate for keeping track of weather daily for a decade.

Harry T. Morgan, HYDRO Meteorological Technician at National Weather Service of Pleasant Hill, presented Clayton and Marcia Grimes a Citizens Observer Certificate and Clayton a ten- year pin for the daily weather data report that they have done voluntarily for ten years. [Submitted Photo]

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Attend Farmland conference

Kenny Youtsey and Travis Bohannon were among 400 delegates at the Farmland Youth Leadership Conference held recnelty on the William Jewell College campus at Liberty.

Kenny Youtsey and Travis Bohannon were among the 400 delegates who attended The Farmland Youth Leadership Conference, held recently on the William Jewell College campus at Liberty.

To participate in the Farmland conference, young people from across the Midwest competed for sponsorships awarded by their

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Hackers hit Internet

Users of PonyExpress.net were without service Monday due to hackers who corrupted one of the servers.

Because of security issues, service to PonyExpress.net subscribers was interrupted Monday afternoon as server systems were restorted following a corruption of one service. A group calling tehemselves the Keebler Elves” also corrupted a number of other servers, including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Storm Prediction Center, the U.S. Army and others.

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I-35 Speedway

Wray wins twice

by Jim Conaway

Dean Wray had a chance to double his pleasure here Saturday night at Missouri’s I-35 Speedway. The two-time track points champion zipped to a pair of feature triumphs in the IMCA modified ranks while improving his season record in main events to seven of eight on the three- eighths-mile dirt oval.

Kendall Rupard of Belton posted a pair of wins in the 750cc modified

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5th cousins meet

Indeed, it’s a small, small world after all.

Two families started out as total strangers last Friday only to discover they had more than an interest in genealogy in common: they had genes in common.

The Stallings of Portland, Ore., and the Scotts of Lombard, Ill., were in the area and decided to stop by the Daviess County Library to do some research in the genealogy department. The families were

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On UMKC dean’s list

Sarah Micheal has been named to the UMKC Dean’s List for the past semester.

Sarah Michael of Kansas City, daughter of David and Kayla Michael of Gallatin, has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dean’s List honorees rank in the top ten percent of their academic level for their specific academic unit. Sarah is a senior at UMKC seeking elementary education certification.

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