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Hornets make costly mistakes

The Gallatin Bulldogs had a mistake-free game Friday night and, at the same time, took advantage of two of rival Hamilton’s four turnovers.

The Gallatin Bulldogs played mistake free football and at the same time took advantage of 2 of Hamilton’s 4 turnovers in downing the Hornets, 14-0, in Friday night’s first round of Class 1A, District 15. Gallatin’s victory sets up a big showdown this Friday in Bethany against

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January opening for vet home

It originally was hoped that the new veterans home at Cameron would be ready to accept patients by mid-November. That date has been moved back to January. The Director of the home’s nursing services recently spoke to the Gallatin Rotary Club.

“Someone somewhere thought of everything,” said Ann Charley, Director of Nursing Services at the new Veterans’ Home in Cameron. Mrs. Charlie provided the program about the Veterans’ home during

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100 at city meeting at park

Gallatin citizens turned out to a meeting held last week at Dockery Park about the city’s police force.

Concern over the Gallatin Police Department prompted an estimated 85 to 100 citizens to attend a public meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen on Oct. 25, convened in the shelter house at Dockery Park.

A large crowd was anticipated. During previous recent public meetings of the board, a smaller group of

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Dogs in heaven?

Columnist Joe Snyder wonders if dogs can go to heaven.

by Joe Snyder

I grew up with many pets. Of all the cats and dogs I had over the years, there are two I remember the most. One was “Lindy,” named for Charles A. Lindbergh, the first to fly a plane across the Atlantic; the second was “Copper,” who was named for his color and became well known because of

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GRC this week

The stats of the Gallatin/Hamilton game and the week’s GRC’s standings.

GALLATIN 14, HAMILTON 0

Gallatin 7 0 7 0 14

Hamilton 0 0 0 0 0

GAL HAM

First downs 8 9

Rushes-yds. 47-191 31-135

Com-att-int 2-5-0 3-15-3

Passing yds. 22 37

Fumbles-lost 0-0 1-1

Penalties-yds. 7-60 4-35

Punts-avg. 7-30 5-26

SCORING SUMMARY

Gal: Hubbard 28-yd. run (Sauls kick).

Gal: Henderson 6-yd. run (Sauls kick).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Gallatin,

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What’s the answer?

Columnist Jack Stapleton, Jr. asks why we can’t find the right answers to solving the education problem.

by Jack Stapleton Jr.

At the recent National Governors’ Association meeting in St. Louis (when members were away from their own education departments, teacher’s lobbies and only a handful of reporters on hand to hear what they had to say), the chief executives assembled let loose with a barrage of criticism most wouldn’t

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Missouriana

Columnist Jack Stapleton, Jr. on the quips and quirks of Missourians.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*Social Security recipients will get a monthly $19 increase starting Jan. 1, giving retirees something to anticipate in addition to the Y2K bug.

*The science of technology is wonderful, allowing stock market investors immediate access to the best buys on Wall Street and almost as rapid an opportunity to lose their shirts.

*Congress has at

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Klindt’s column

Rep. David Klindt (R-Bethany) discusses farm relief this week.

by State Rep. David Klindt

Missouri has more farms than every other state except one, Texas.

So naturally, our state feels the pain of a slumping agricultural-economic market. This year, a severe drought, Asian economic recession, and national embargoes on agricultural exports have combined to hurt our farmers as well as the businesses that depend on those farmers. Attention to this

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Graves’s column

Senator Sam Graves (R-Tarkio) about Missouri Day.

by State Sen. Sam Graves

Thursday, Oct. 21, was Missouri Day. It is a day that was set aside by an act of the Legislature in 1915, after the idea was brought to lawmakers by a Missouri citizen from our own Senatorial District, Anna Broslus Korn of Grundy County.

Ms. Korn was a school teacher and a member of the Missouri Historical Society.

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