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Moulthrop, Whorton win nominations, face off Aug. 7th

The opponents to square off for the seat of 3rd District State Representative next August are now known.

The opponents to square off for the seat of 3rd District State Representative next August are now known. Trenton businessman Jim Whorton was selected by Democrat caucus; Princeton resident Roscoe Moulthrop has been selected to represent the Republicans. Both men will now campaign to fill the seat vacated in January when David

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Donations still needed for lock-in

The 2001 Gallatin High School prom will be held Saturday.

The 2001 Gallatin High School prom will be held Saturday, May 5 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the elementary gymnasium. Prom lineup begins at 7:15 p.m. with the promenade at 7:30.

Prom night is one the deadliest nights for teenagers across America. The all-night prom lock-in party provides a safe, chemical-free and fun-filled alternative for our students. This year’s

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Hemry earns scholarship

Gallatin graduate awarded MU Human Environmental Sciences Scholarship by Megan Montgomery

Hard work has paid off, literally, for Sarah Hemry of Gallatin. Hemry, a junior interior design major at the University of Missouri-Columbia, was selected as the student to receive the Elsie Park Duncan Memorial Scholarship from the College of Human Environmental Sciences.

The scholarship, in the amount of $1,300, was established by Elsie Park Duncan and her niece, Virginia

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Crose 8th in MIAA golf; MWSC takes 2nd

Scott Crose helped propel the Golden Griffons to a 2nd place finish Tuesday.

Missouri Western State College freshman Scott Crose helped propel the Golden Griffons to a 2nd place finish Tuesday in the 2001 MIAA Golf Tournament held at Silo Ridge Golf Course in Bolivar. MWSC held a 2-stroke lead going into the final round of 18 holes but defending champion Central Missouri State University shot the best round on

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Local vocational students win eight medals

Six students from North Central AVTS in Bethany won eight medals at the Vocational Preparation Contest .

The 18th Annual Vocational Preparation Contest was held April 18 at the Northland Career Center in Platte City. This was a VICA-style event in which contestants competed in hands-on skills, written, math, spelling and job interview competition.

Six students from North Central AVTS in Bethany competed with 44 students from Northland Career Center

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Gallatin golfers 4th at tough Cameron Tournament

Gallatin varsity golfers held their own last Friday in the Cameron Tournament.

Gallatin varsity golfers held their own last Friday in the Cameron Tournament, a meet that featured 2A and 3A golf teams from around the area. The Bulldogs shot a team score of 310 and finished 4th, 9 strokes off the winning pace set by Maryville.

Maryville’s 301 edged out Chillicothe and Platte County, who each totaled 302. Gallatin

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PETA suffers from foot in mouth disease

by Denny Banister

by Denny Banister

With the terrible outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Europe, and the scare over mad cow disease, some American farmers are worried the problems could affect livestock here in the United States. They have faith in the protections provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), but farmers have no faith in the

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Coonridge Digest: ROAD RAGE… with ranch dressing

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Just heard an interestin’ theory. Some wag at Oxford University has come up with the theory that fast food causes road rage. The be-wigged professor has noted in the British press that Londoners have recently been plagued by this highway mania that’s been a part of American life for the last decade.

Of course the startlin’ part of this discovery is that

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Family Daze: Collections are more than just arbitrary junk

by Debbie Farmer

Call me strange, but have you ever noticed that when people are suddenly interrupted in the middle of reading a library book, they’ll use almost anything as a bookmark to avoid turning down the page? Of course we all do it at one time or another, but I’ve noticed that mothers of young children, like me, are particularly good at this. I’ve marked my place with things

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