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Post Scripts: He was a man who knew America’s worth

by Joe Snyder

David Rogers was laid to rest a few days before Christmas. He wasn’t just a soldier, he was a Marine. If the U.S. Marine Corps gave birth to a legend in the Halls of Montezuma in the nineteenth century, Dave certainly added luster to it in our time with devoted service in two wars, and duty in several foreign countries.

Dave Rogers would never have won a

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‘Twas the week after Christmas

Jack Stapleton, Jr. shares his post-Christmas gift returns.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

This year’s post-Christmas crowd seemed larger, more aggressive and much meaner than those before the holiday.

I nevertheless made up my mind to pursue my Sacred Pursuit, which is merely my code name for “Exchanging Christmas Gifts for Something I will Actually Use.”

My first stop was at the store’s shoe department. It was packed with incorrectly-gifted customers

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Gallatin Police Chief responds

Chief Jim Wycoff appreciates the warmth and hospitality of Gallatin.

by Gallatin Police Chief Jim Wycoff

It’s been a couple of weeks now since I started here as Chief of Police and I wanted to thank everyone I have met so far for the wonderful and warm welcome I’ve received. I thought the people in Marysville, Kan., were friendly and hospitable, and they are, but the people of Gallatin take

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Police experienced added problems during this season by having to determine if wild- eyed, frenzied people are escaped convicts or merely disoriented shoppers.

Charles Schulz will stop drawing his beloved “Peanuts” comic strip. Now readers know how Charlie Brown feels when Lucy takes away the football.

Second-place candidates John McCain and Bill Bradley are gaining ground on the presidential front-runners. Apparently not everyone loves a winner.

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Robert Paul caps career of banking service

Bob Paul is retiring from The First National Bank of Gallatin after 54 years of service.

by T.L. Huffman

Bob Paul is retiring from The First National Bank of Gallatin after 54 years of service.

Bob was born and raised and graduated from school in Bedford, Iowa. His father, a local businessman, also served as the county clerk. Bob went to college at Maryville, where he studied music. He taught

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Fair housing ordinance amendment, budget concerns

Gallatin aldermen amend “fair housing” ordinance.

An ordinance amending “fair housing” for the City of Gallatin, defining discriminatory housing practices and creating a fair housing committee was approved by the board after first and second readings during the regular meeting of Gallatin’s Board of Aldermen held Dec. 27 at the Dockery Park community building.

In other business at Monday’s meeting, City Administrator Jason Helton provided an update on the infrastructure

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NCMC outreach meeting set Jan. 5 in Gallatin school

North Central Missouri College in Trenton will offer college courses in Gallatin starting Jan. 10, 2000.

North Central Missouri College in Trenton will offer college courses in Gallatin starting Jan. 10, 2000. Anyone interested in these classes should attend the organizational meeting at 6 p.m. on Wed., Jan. 5, at the High School Library.

“If there aren’t enough people at the organizational meeting, the class could be canceled. The organizational

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Commission reviews year-end balance figures

Following are approved minutes of Dec. 20.

COUNTY COMMISSION

Following are approved minutes of Dec. 20. All members were present.

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, and James Lewis, foreman, met with the commission regarding routine business.

Tom Houghton, sheriff, reported that Deputy Wright had hit a deer, damaging his patrol car.

Bills were audited and paid.

A letter of resignation was received from Julie Osborn from the Daviess County Board for

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Dorothy Ashlock

Dorothy Ashlock, Harrison, Ark., died Dec. 24, 1999.

Word has been received that Dorothy Ashlock, Harrison, Ark., died Dec. 24, 1999, of a heart attack. Her husband, John, preceded her death on Oct. 26, 1999.

Survivors include one son, Jack Ashlock of Branson.

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