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NCMC ag students excel at state conference

NCMC students who competed in Career Progress events and are advancing to nationals include Trent Dowell, Gallatin.

North Central Missouri College brought home 13 first- and second-place awards from the State Postsecondary Agriculture Student (PAS) Organization Conference at the Lake of the Ozarks in November. NCMC will be attending national conference in Bismark, N.D., on March 13-16.

More than 100 students from around the state participated in the event. NCMC

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Gallatin Police Report

Gallatin Police respond to accident, domestic disturbances.

The Gallatin Police Department responded to a two-vehicle accident which occurred at 10 p.m. on Nov. 17. The accident involved a minor injury, but no one was transported to the hospital.

The driver and passenger of one vehicle was struck from behind by another vehicle. There were no passengers in the striking vehicle. No immediate citations were issued; however, a citation was written

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Land Transfers

Warranty Deeds, Beneficiary Deed

Warranty Deeds

Lake Viking lot #2001 from John and Connie Thomas to Jo Ann Fairchild; tracts in Sheridan Township from Marvin and Sharon Meier, and Corey Meier to Marvin and Sharon Meier; tract in Washington Township from Robards-Crain Farms to Pipe Creek Ranch, L.L.P.; lots in the original town of Winston from O.B. and Winifred Strasser, and Eleanor Rhodus to O.B. Strasser, Winifred Strasser and Eleanor

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Civil and Criminal cases; Marriage license issued

Circuit Court and Recorder’s Office

Circuit Court

Civil cases filed: Chester R. Smith etal vs. PWSD #1 etal, conversion/writ of mandamus; Lawrence Bayless vs. State of Missouri, motion to vacate.

Criminal cases filed: State of Missouri vs. Jess Limback, passing bad checks, Class D felony; State of Missouri vs. Marc Alan Makovec, non-support, Class D felony.

State vs. Randall D. Kitchen: On Nov. 27, before Judge John R. Hutcherson, a

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Bridge construction bids received, now under review

County Commission

County Commission

Following are the approved minutes of Nov. 20, 2000. All members were present.

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, and James Lewis, foreman, met with the commission reporting routine matters.

Danny Heldenbrand and David Holcomb reported having attended a “Transport Missouri” meeting last week.

At 10 a.m. as advertised, bids were opened for construction of bridge 14800101. Missouri Bridge and Concrete was the apparent low bidder with a

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Altercation at the Gallatin Sand Plant

Sheriff’s Dept.

Sheriff’s Dept.

Four Gallatin men filed complaints of assault with the sheriff’s office following an altercation at the Gallatin Sand Plant at 10:22 p.m. on Nov. 24. No charges have been filed.

Michael C. Holcomb of Jameson was arrested Nov. 21 on the Class D felony of leaving the scene of an accident. The accident occurred Oct. 27. He posted bond of $5,000.

Christina Cox of Gallatin reported

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Missouriana

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*Americans knew they had achieved the status of Disinterested Citizen when they began realizing they no longer cared who won in Florida.

*The difference between an Invalid Chad and a Pregnant Chad appears to be much more precise than the one distinguishing false pregnancy and indigestion.

*Even if loyal Republicans barely kept control of Congress, they at least have the

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When the electoral college team fumbles…

by Jack Stapleton Jr.

by Jack Stapleton Jr.

As comprehensive, even in the narrowest sense of the word, as the U.S. Constitution is, our founding fathers never anticipated as close a presidential election as voters provided Nov. 7. Close takes on new meaning after this year’s balloting.

The Florida fiasco creates something of a constitutional crisis if only because many are convinced that nearly tied contests could happen again and

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Coonridge Digest: Give a gift of your time

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Now that the smoke has cleared across the Citrus State, we gotta ask ourselves the question, what did we learn?

My estimation: not much. Try as we might to hold our interest through the counts, recounts, off counts, and no-accounts, we’re still too hooked on McDonalds.

Maybe you’ve not stood in line lately. The typical American (and the problem increases as the

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