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Gilman City R-IV School

A position has been vacated on the Gilman City R-IV Board of Education.

Gilman City R-IV School

A position has been vacated on the Gilman City R-IV Board of Education. Any resident taxpayer (Missouri resident for at least one year and at least 24 yrs. of age) wishing to be appointed may write a letter to the Board of Education stating reasons for wishing to be appointed. The appointed member

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JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP

PUBLIC HEARING for the purpose of setting the tax rate.

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP

PUBLIC HEARING

The annual public meeting will be held Aug. 10, 2000 at 7 PM for the purpose of setting the tax rate. It is to be held at Winston City Hall.

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A random act of kindness

The ultimate of these is donating blood.

You’ve heard of practicing random acts of kindness. The ultimate of these is donating blood.

McFall Missouri Community is making it easy to do this by sponsoring a bloodmobile with Community Blood Center on Tuesday, Aug. 8, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Baptist Church, Hwy. T in the Fellowship Hall. If you have any questions or would like to sign up,

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Why we blow whistles

Bernie Cabra of Gallatin, a 42-year veteran train engineer who was active as an engineer for over 20 years, submitted this story. Bernie personally identifies with the concerns this story raise.

by Joseph D. “Tuch” Santucci

I was blowing the whistle almost constantly due to the close proximity of the crossings. As we started up the grade towards Route 173, we could see the “snitch lights” illuminating on the sides

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WJC’s Holley inducted into Missouri Hall of Fame

Holley, who has been coaching at Jewell since 1979, was inducted into the Missouri Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

When Larry Holley was an aspiring basketball player at William Jewell College in the 1960’s, his mentor was Jim Nelson, a respected coach whose success in college basketball eventually led him into the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Sports history came full circle this summer for Holley when he

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Cub Scouts hold Raingutter Regatta

The scouts blew the boats in several heats down two rain gutters filled with water.

On July 15, 13 scouts and their families gathered to race their homemade sailboats when Cub Scout Pack 67 held its annual Raingutter Regatta. The scouts blew the boats in several heats down two rain gutters filled with water. The winners were Phillip Arnold, first; Dakota Goll, second; and Andrew Pierce, third. A wiener roast

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Girls golf season underway Aug. 7

Girls grade 9-12 who plan to participate need to meet at the Daviess County Country Club at 8:30 a.m. for the first practice.

The 2000 Gallatin High School girls golf season begins Monday, Aug. 7. Girls grade 9-12 who plan to participate need to meet at the Daviess County Country Club at 8:30 a.m. for the first practice. It is important that participants bring physicals with them. For more information

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Winston grad named WJC scholar-athlete

Michael Fischer, son of Donald and Marilyn Fischer of Winston, was named a Jewell Scholar-Athlete for sports excellence in men’s basketball.

Michael Fischer, son of Donald and Marilyn Fischer of Winston, was named a Jewell Scholar-Athlete for sports excellence in men’s basketball. Michael is a senior business administration major at William Jewell College.

One hundred and fifty-nine student-athletes earned the title of Jewell Scholar-Athlete during the 2000 spring semester. A

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R-5 and R-6 registrations

Grades 7-12

Gallatin R-5 will hold registration of students at the following times:

Grade 7 — 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 7 – includes orientation

Grade 8 — 9-11 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8

Grade 11 — 1-3 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8

Grade 12 — 6:30-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8 – includes orientation

New students — 9-11 a.m. on Aug. 9

Grade 10 — 1-3 p.m. on Aug.

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