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Jessie Eaton member of AFL2 Champion Steamwheelers

Eaton, son of Glen and Virginia Eaton of Kidder and a 1994 graduate of Penney High School in Hamilton, played center on offense and nose guard on defense for the Steamwheelers.

The Quad City Steamwheelers defeated Tennessee Valley, 68-59, on Aug. 10 to claim the Arena Cup, the championship trophy in the Arena Football League 2, and they did so with the help of Kidder, Mo. native Jessie Eaton.

Eaton,

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Curbside recycling to begin Oct. 20

Superior Services will begin offering curbside recycling for city residents

Superior Services will begin offering curbside recycling for city residents according to a report from City Administrator Jason Helton to the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting held Sept. 25 at City Hall.

Curbside recycling will take place on the third Friday of each month beginning Oct. 20. This convenient service will take the place of the drop-off

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Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*Does anyone know what happens to teachers and principals when student tests aren’t up to standard? Do they have to stay after school with the kids?

*Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger threaten to leave the country if George W. is elected president. It’s unclear whether George Will has made a similar offer if Al wins.

*Ashcroft and Carnahan are busy

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News at ten: Another look at Retro-America

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

It has often been said, by observers much wiser than I, that America has no “now.” We seem reluctant to acknowledge the present, maybe because it’s too embarrassing or uncivilized.

Instead, we reach into the past. Contemporary culture seems to be composed of sequels, reruns, remakes, revivals, reissues, rereleases, recreations, reenactments, adaptations, anniversaries, memorabilia, oldies radio and nostalgia record collections. World War

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Trooper Sakaguchi promoted to Zone 10, Gallatin

Captain Johnnie B. Hoggatt, Commanding Officer of Troop H in St. Joseph, recently announced several personnel changes in Troop H.

Captain Johnnie B. Hoggatt, Commanding Officer of Troop H in St. Joseph, recently announced several personnel changes in Troop H. One officer transferred to Special Services at Troop H, two officers have been promoted, and six new officers graduated Sept. 9, 2000, from the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Academy in

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City of Gallatin anticipates higher heating and natural gas bills this winter

by Mayor L.B. Davis

by Mayor L.B. Davis

Several published sources indicate that consumers throughout the Untied States will likely experience higher bills for natural gas and other heating sources this winter than in recent years. The City of Gallatin wants to provide its customers with ample warning that the cost of natural gas has been rising since late last spring, and users everywhere are likely to face higher home

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What About Bob?

Bob Teegarden will celebrate his retirement from 41 years at the University of Missouri Extension office this Saturday, Sept. 30.

Bob Teegarden will celebrate his retirement from 41 years at the University of Missouri Extension office this Saturday, Sept. 30. Forty of those years were spent in Daviess County. During the dinner his co-workers, family, and friends will try to sum up just what those four decades have meant to

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Post Scripts: In the closet of the heart

by Joe Snyder

Somewhere in some Biblical material I have read was the following passage: "Receive all people with a cheerful expression." I took that to mean that if you are not actually in a good mood, or not feeling up to par, you should try to appear happy anyway. That doesn’t mean to stretch out a phony smile. Just because you aren’t feeling well does not entitle you to

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Family Daze: The permanent way of becoming a cat’s best friend

by Debbie Farmer

My friend Shirley is a sucker for stray animals. I don’t know why, but at any given time you can find at least five strange dogs lounging in her backyard. In fact, most of the dogs look so content I have a hunch that they really aren’t lost at all, they’re merely on vacation. They just wait for their owners to turn their back, then dash straight

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