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The October meeting of the Alpha Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma: was called to order by President Vivian Bowman at the Harper House in Hamilton. The program began with a talk by Hamilton’s Police Chief, Clarence Goold, a D.A.R.E. officer. Roll call was answered with a discipline tip. After the Pledge of Allegiance and Collect, group singing was led by Joyce Smith. Donna Saccaro,

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Engagement announced

Miranda Kay Eaton and Roger Lee Harris will be wed on Nov. 27.

Randy and Ellia Eaton would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miranda Kay Eaton, to Roger Lee Harris, son of Tom and Mary Harris.

Miranda is a 1998 graduate of Gallatin High School. Roger, a 1993 graduate of Gallatin High School, is employed by Collins Plastering.

Grandparents of the bride to be are Gilbert and

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Bulldogs win openers

Gallatin Bulldog teams take wins on their seasoner opener games.

Gallatin’s girls started out slow and ended on a fast note. The boys started out fast and ended slow. However, both earned 18-point victories Monday night over East Buchanan in the season opener for each school.

Ten different Lady Bulldogs found the scoring column as Gallatin’s girls knocked off the EB Lady Bulldogs, 51-33. Gallatin raced away from a 9-9

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Fall sports banquet

GHS fall sports athletes are honored at annual banquet.

The 1999 Gallatin Bulldogs Fall Sports Banquet was held last Friday night to honor and recognize R-5 athletes, statisticians, managers, cheerleaders and academic all-conference award winners. Students and athletes recognized by their respective coaches with either certificates of particpation or varsity letters were:

Girls Golf: seniors Allison Spidle (all-GRC, district) and Rebecca Stith, juniors Jamie Burnett and Kara Sullenger (all-GRC), sophomores

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New staff at DCCC

A new administrator is on the job at Daviess County Care Center in Gallatin. The facility also has a new director of nursing.

Rita Hampton began official duties as administrator for the Daviess County Care Center on Nov. 1.

Mrs. Hampton attended nursing school in Connecticut, where she was born and raised. She received a degree in accounting. She has resided in Missouri since 1977.

Mrs. Hampton has served in

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Ellis in career conference

Kristen Ellis of the GHS FFA Chapter was mong college students who attended the third annual A. Future of America Leaders Conference.

Kristen Ellis of Gallatin FFA Chapter was among 233 college students from 15 states attending the third annual Agriculture Future of American (AFA) Leaders Conference at Kansas City on Nov. 4-7. Kristen is shown here with Student Advisory Team member Wayne Belden. Participants attended sessions on time management,

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Salary commission recessed

The Daviess County Salary Commission met on Nov. 22, but recessed for a week. Regular meeting minutes also are reported here.

Nov. 22, 1999

Linda Adkins, Circuit Clerk, at 8:15 a.m. called the Daviess County Salary Commission meeting to order. Julia Roselle nominated Judy Carder chairman. Wallace Greene moved that nominations cease. Mrs. Carder was elected unanimously. Other members in attendance were Tom Houghton, Julia Roselle, Wallace Greene, David Holcomb,

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Winston board reviews audit

At the regular meeting, members of the Winston Board of Education reviewed the district audit and hired an architect.

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At their Nov. 17 regular meeting, the Winston School Board reviewed the audit report and accepted it for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1999.

High School Principal Wendell Burns reported an enrollment of 70 for grades 7-12, with 93% attendance for the preceding month. He

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Compete in 4-H program

Local 4-Hers recently competed in a SimFarm event at St. Joseph.

A local 4-H team comprised of Erin Croy, Stefanie Dowell, Matt Hostetler, and Justin Harlow competed against seven other teams in a Regional SimFarm Contest held in St. Joseph last Sunday, Nov. 21. All of these 4-H’ers are members of the Gallatin Knee Hi 4-H Club. 4-H Project Leader Dennis Croy was the adult chaperone and coach for the

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