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Area represented at 27th livestock expo

JoAnn Tummons of Gallatin has entered three head of cattle in the annual North American International Livestock Exposition

JoAnn Tummons of Gallatin has entered one head of Maine Anjou, one shorthorn and one other breed in the Beef Cattle division of the 27th annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). The NAILE is recognized as the world’s largest purebred livestock show with more than 21,000 entries. Dates for this year’s

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Pattonsburg Car Show

The Pattonsburg Annual Car Show was held Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2000

The Pattonsburg Annual Car Show was held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2000. This year the weather was perfect and the attendance was much greater than the past two years. There were a total of 150 entries. A total of 70 spaces for venders were purchased with around 45 different booths filled.

First place

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Podiatry screening date set

Cameron Community Hospital will conduct a podiatry (foot) screening

Are your feet ready for the cold winter months of being covered with shoes, socks and boots? Do you have pain in your feet?

Cameron Community Hospital will conduct a podiatry (foot) screening from 9 a.m. to noon this Saturday, Oct. 28. Dr. Robert R. Shemwell and Dr. Robert A Shemwell, podiatrists, will diagnose foot problems and advise needed treatment. The

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Four people injured in recent vehicle accidents in Daviess County

Three separate accidents reported

An accident involving two vehicles, a tractor, and two pedestrians occurred at around 9 p.m. on Oct. 17 in Gallatin, resulting in an injury to one of the pedestrians.

John Sullenger was using a Case tractor to pull a black 1995 Ford pickup driven by his father, Wilbur Sullenger, out of a ditch at the intersection of West Grand and Olive streets. Teddy Holcomb and Gary

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R-6 board gets update on construction

Site work has been completed and the pole construction portion of the project was to start on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

Board members were given an update on the building project at the Oct. 17 regular meeting of the Winston Board of Education. Site work has been completed and the pole construction portion of the project was to start on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The color scheme for the exterior of the

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Senior Salutes

Place an ad in the yearbook to honor your graduateing son/daughter

Parents of seniors at Gallatin R-5 who would like to honor their graduating son/daughter by placing an ad in the yearbook should contact Mrs. Holcomb at the high school, 663-2171. Yearbook pages are presently being designed and space is limited.

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R-2 band receives first place in division

The award was received at the Northwest Missouri State University Homecoming parade

The Pattonsburg R-2 Band received first place in Division A at the Northwest Missouri State University Homecoming parade on Saturday, Oct. 21, in Maryville.

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Frosts attend training/sales meeting

Jerry and Kathy Frost of Frost Insurance Agency recently attended a meeting hosted by the Barton Group of Liberal.

Jerry and Kathy Frost of Frost Insurance Agency recently attended a training/sales meeting hosted by the Barton Group of Liberal. The Frosts were among 310 registered attendees for the annual event. The meeting focused on safety, education and new products. The meeting was accredited for three continuing education hours by the

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Boy Scout Troop 67 attends Camporee at Lexington

They participated in the Crossed Arrows District Camporee held during the Battle of Lexington reenactment

Boy Scout Troop 67 of Gallatin participated in the Crossed Arrows District Camporee held during the Battle of Lexington reenactment recently. Scouts are pictured, left to right, Jonathan Arnold, Daniel Pierce, Webelos scouts Andrew Pierce and Phillip Arnold, and Chris Craig, with several Union soldiers. Also attending were Tim McCann and Logan Corwin (not pictured).

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