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Lady golfers win at Albany

Kari Dickinson shot here best of the season to take medalist honors at Albany.

A steady day of rain forced cancellation of Monday’s Albany Tournament but GHS Lady Bulldog golfers managed to run their match record to 6-2 last Thursday with a 209 to 218 victory at Albany in head-to-head competition with the Lady Warriors.

Kari Dickinson shot her best score of the season, a 46, to take the medalist

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Softball here Oct. 5

Jefferson-Bosworth game scheduled at Gallatin.

Gallatin High School will host a varsity boys softball game on Tuesday, Oct. 5, between Jefferson and Bosworth high schools. The game will start at 6 p.m. Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for students.

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Dogs keep on rollin’

Gallatin battered the Rock Port Blue Jays with a 43-0 win. The Bulldogs are currently holding the #1 statewide Class 1A rank.

Gallatin, the newly-ranked #1 team in Missouri Class 1A, battered the Rock Port Blue Jays with a 1-2 combination of backfield speed and dominating line strength Friday night. The 43-0 win ran Gallatin’s regular season victory streak to 26 games. It also served notice to the rest of

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Gallatin city board meets

Minutes reported from the Sept. 28 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen

Following a recent meeting in Jefferson City, the Executive Director of the Missouri Development Finance Board indicated his agreement toward making a favorable recommendation regarding the MDFB’s assistance in refinancing the city’s outstanding certificates of participation. A preliminary expression of intent is expected at the Sept. 28 MDFB meeting, with a formal resolution expected at the board’s

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New culvert makes history

An arch culvert installed at the junction of Highways 6 and 69 near Altamont last week is the first of its kind in the northwest district, according to Missouri Highway and Transportation Department officials.

History was in the making when the Missouri Department of Highway Transportation put in this arch culvert at the junction of Hwy. 6 & 69 last week. It was the first time a culvert like this

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Gallatin’s Bulldogs need no added incentives against the Wolverines, says sports columnist Dennis Cox.

by Dennis Cox

Re venge’: v. 1. to inflict damage, injury, or punishment in return for (an injury, insult, etc.); n. 1. the act of revenging; vengeance; 2. what is done in revenging; 3. a chance to retaliate or get satisfaction, as by a return match after defeat in a previous one.

Okay, the Gallatin Bulldogs

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Klindt’s views

State Rep. David Klindt (R-Bethany) says the govern’rs pro-abortion rhetoric “is just plain wrong.”

by State Rep. David Klindt

Once H.B. 427, the “Infant’s Protection Act,” overwhelmingly passed the Missouri House and Senate over Governor Carnahan’s veto, we had hoped that the governor’s overheated and misleading rhetoric about the bill would subside. Unfortunately, the Governor and his staff have saturated the airwaves with the same irresponsible arguments against the bill

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Missouriana

Stapelton’s quips and quirks about the Show Me State

Missouriana

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*If you’re a Missourian living near the New Madrid earthquake fault who doesn’t believe it can happen here, then you share the once-held view of residents of Turkey and Taiwan.

*A cynic is someone who believes the flood scenes being shown on TV of high water in North Carolina are really old shots of Missouri’s 1993

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Columnist Jack Stapleton, Jr. on our special people

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

Several years ago I visited one of the few skills-training classes offered to residents of a Missouri habilitation center for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled. Anxious to learn how successful the program was, I turned to a young girl, perhaps no older than 10 or 12, and asked “What have you learned in this class?” The young

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