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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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Weekly church news

Events among the Gallatin area churches are outlined in this weekly feature.

Pattonsburg Christian

Opening thought was “Take time out for God.” Dr. Ben Awbrey’s sermon was “Living as a Spiritually Wise Person” from James 3:15-18. The lovely flower arrangements were from the Jim Schimelfenig service.

Baptismal services will be held July 11 following a carry-in dinner. Please remember in your prayers Gordon Summers, Glen Stitt, Ava Pugh and Kenny

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Va. Ridge Cemetery donations

Those making donations to Virginia Ridge Cemetery are pictured.

Those making donations to the Virginia Ridge Bethel Cemetery included Edith McClung, Judy Watson, Norma Gardner, Velma Hoover and Vernice Bush.

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Hobart and Iva Harrah married 70 years

Hobart and Iva Harrah will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on Aug. 2. They were married in Chillicothe in 1929. Hobart celebrated his 90th birthday on May 7, and Iva will be 88 on July 2. They reside at Sunset Nursing Home in Maysville.

Hobart is a retired heavy equipment operator and Iva was a homemaker. The couple has two children, Gordon of Lake Viking and Nadine Hillyard of Union

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Meeting set on PSF permits

A public meeting will be held in Trenton this month for hearing comments on water pollution control permits for some Premium Standard Farm and Continental Grain sites in Northwest Missouri.

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will host a public availability session and public meeting July 15 at Ketcham Community Center on the North Central Missouri College campus, 1322 Mable, Trenton. The session and meeting will allow citizens additional

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Missouri’s slimy tradition

It’s open! Missouri frog season!

Things that go bump in the night, beginning at sunset June 30, will include frog hunters. To people who enjoy catching and eating frogs, the summer season opener rivals the first day of deer season. Harvesting frogs is kind of like mushroom hunting — a quiet sport — but unlike mushrooms, one that requires a hunting or fishing permit.

Bullfrogs and green frogs are the

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Named to MU dean’s list

County students who were named to the Dean’s List at MU for the winter semester are listed.

Daviess County students who have been named to the 1999 winter semester dean’s list are as follows:

From Gallatin — Joshua David Fitzmaurice, sophomore, College Of Arts And Science; Andrea Beth Gibson, sophomore, College Of Arts And Science; Leslie Jean Macy, junior, College Of Agriculture, Food And Natural Resources; Andrea Lynn Wilkinson, sophomore,

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MU farm to be upgraded

The Missouri General Assembly has approved funds for upgrading cattle handling facilities at the MU farm at Spickard.

An $88,000 appropriation from the Missouri General Assembly will allow construction of cattle handling facilities at the University of Missouri Thompson Farm near Spickard.

Sen. Sidney Johnson (34th District) of Agency led efforts to include the funds in the capital appropriation in the last session of the legislature. The bill to support

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To attend Missouri Valley

Tray Whitt will attend Missouri Valley College this fall.

Tray Whitt, a 1999 graduate of Gallatin R-5 High School, plans to attend Missouri Valley College in Marshall and major in education.

At Missouri Valley, Tray expects to play on the Viking basketball team coached by Tom Fifer, and in Viking baseball, coached by Tim Linhart.

Tray is the son of Allen and Sally Whitt of Gallatin.

Missouri Valley College is

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