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Turns 104

Bessie Lear, who lives at the Daviess County Care Center, observed her 104th birthday recently.

Bessie Lear, who lives at the Daviess County Care Center, turned 104 on Oct. 25. In honor of the birthday, her familyl presented her 104 roses. Bessie was born in 1895, the daughter of Annie and Jake Lovejoy. She married Albert Lear in June, 1926. He died in August, 1965.

They had three children: Ice

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It is not a good thing. . . .

North Missourian publisher and editor Darryl Wilkinson comments on the police controversy.

by Darryl Wilkinson

For many folks living here, this controversy about Gallatin’s police is bewildering and exploded rather unexpectedly. Past experience indicates that anything which vaults Gallatin’s name into daily newspaper headlines and regional TV news so quickly is not good.

I do not have nor am I likely to ever have all the facts to share with

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1A football polls

The statewide polls as of Oct. 27

1A Football Polls

10/27/99

( ) denotes last ranking

MSSA/Associated Press

1. Rich Hill (1) 8-0

2. St. Vincent (2) 7-1

3. Adrian (3) 7-1

4. Hardin-Central (4) 8-0

5. Gallatin (5) 6-1

6. Crest Ridge (6) 7-1

7. North Shelby (7) 7-1

8. Santa Fe (8) 7-1

9. Greefield (9) 7-1

10. Lockwood (10) 6-2

MOSports.com Poll

1. Rich Hill (1) 8-0

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GHS golfer ties for 102

Allisoh Spidle tied for 102nd place in the 1999 MSHSAA golf championship held last week at Sedalia.

Gallatin R-5 golfer Allison Spidle participated in the 1999 MSHSAA Golf Championship last week at Sedalia Country Club. Spidle tied for 102nd place out of the field of 125 state golfers from all schools in Missouri.

The competition proved to be intense on the 5,285-yard, par 71 course. Spidle shot a 112 during

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Season Pass

Sports columnist Dennis Cox says the South Harrison football team “is not the SSSH team we’ve seen in the past.” Dogs meet dogs this Friday at Bethany.

It’s one down and two to go for both the Gallatin and South Harrison Bulldogs. Gallatin and South Harrison have set the stage for what could prove to be the title game in Class 1A, District 15 Friday night in Bethany. South Harrison’s

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Practice real-life for near-death

Members of the Kidder-Altamont-Winston Fire and Rescue Department got the chance to practice their skills on the Jaws of Life at a mock disaster.

Daviess County ambulance crew members Vanda Davis, Jason Smith and Rusty Stamper received hands-on training recently on the Kidder-Altamont-Winston (KAW) Fire & Rescue Department’s “Jaws of Life” in Winston. Each crew member took turns cutting away the doors and taking off the top of a vehicle

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R-2 school board meets

The ag building construction project was a major point of discussion at the recent regular meeting of the Pattonsburg R-2 school board.

Several representatives from Uthe Construction were present at the Oct. 11 regular meeting of the Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education to discuss the insurance situation regarding labor on the new ag building. Salary for completion of the new ag building was also discussed. Uthe Construction gave Superintendent Gene

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Clark sworn-in on board

The Winston School board met in regular session and, among business, Bob Clark was sworn-in. Clark replaces Rock Youngs who earlier resigned the post.

The Winston School Board met in regular session Oct. 20 in the school library. Board members present were Roger Barker, Hope Becerra, Bob Clark, Wayne Uthe, Gary Caldwell, Clyde Edwards, and Chretta Mastin.

Bob Clark was sworn in as a new board member replacing Rock Youngs,

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Wax museum a hit

Gallatin fourth graders presented a “wax museum” in observance of Missouri Day.

Dashing movie stars and daring cowboys, silly clowns and sober presidents, authors and artists, sports figures and pioneers, all came to historic life as Searcy Elementary fourth graders celebrated “Missouri Day” on Wednesday, Oct. 20, by presenting a wax museum of famous Missourians.

After gathering information about their subjects, the students set up displays and dressed the part

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