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Warranty Deeds

Lake Viking lot #1782 from Robert and Cheryl Mace to Jason III and Kimberly Holmes; Lake Viking lot #2572 from Critten Marine to Cory Teel, Christopher Teel and Travis Leitterman as joint tenants and not as tenants in common; Lake Viking lot #1830 from Gary and Joy Piper to Steve Filley; tract in Colfax Township from Maurice and Ellen Grandgenett to Raymond Sr. and Heather Benedict; lots in

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Circuit Court

Civil cases filed: William A. Seales vs. Alicia D. Seales, dissolution of marriage; Oran W. Kennedy vs. Brian K. White, wrongful death suit; Richard Morgan etal vs. Ryan R. Riemenschneider, wrongful death suit; Rick Cashatt vs. Bonney Cashatt, dissolution of marriage.

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Sheriff’s Department

A 19-year-old Kansas City man was arrested May 23 for the Class B misdemeanor of speeding (107 mph in a 70 mph zone). He posted $350 bond.

Stefan S. Tucker, 27, of Little Falls, Minn., was arrested for the Class D felony of driving while revoked and the Class B misdemeanor of speeding on May 25. Bond was set at $5,100. Tucker also had outstanding warrants in Jackson County and

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Associate Circuit Court

Defendants found guilty in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County are listed below with the offense and fine assessed. Additionally, court costs collected for the State of Missouri amount to $54.50 for moving traffic violations, and $69.50 in most criminal cases. This list does not include fines that were mailed in.

Daniel Lynn McCrary, St. Louis, driving while license suspended, 48 hours jail, board bill paid

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Engineers report concrete problem at bridge

County Commission

County Commission

Following are the approved minutes of May 21, 2001, with all members present.

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, and James Lewis, foreman, met with the commission reporting routine matters. With the recent heavy rains, some areas are difficult to reach for inspection.

D.J. Bonderer met with the commission regarding repairs needed to a low water crossing in Liberty Township. Daniel Lynn will inspect when the road is

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Local FCCLA chapter wins top honor

Gallatin R-5 chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) has been selected as the Missouri state winner of the 2001 FACTS (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety) Award national competition.

Chapter members developed and planned their winning project, “A Docu Drama.” It focuses on teens drinking and driving. The winners selected are based on a written presentation describing how their chapter recognized a specific community traffic safety

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Twenty-seven years and 27 aprons later….

Marilyn Hemry will “hang up her apron” at the end of this school year after having taught at Searcy elementary the past 27 years

Marilyn Hemry will “hang up her apron” at the end of this school year after having taught at Searcy elementary the past 27 years, and for 30 years all together. Mrs. Hemry taught her first three years in Hamburg, Iowa.

Mrs. Hemry joked that retirement comes

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Coonridge Digest: Church-state separation … just common sense

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Herb says I’m a gadfly. Claims I buzz around the manure pile of politics for no other reason than to stir up a stink. I tell him I’m being public-spirited. This is the point at which he usually sighs and goes out for coffee. There bein’ no other sympathetic ears on the porch this mornin’, I’ll talk to you.

President Bush has

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Missouriana

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

Quips by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*If health-care programs for senior citizens were as important to Washington as tax breaks for the rich, elderly geezers would be leapfrogging to doctors’ offices.

*Some state legislators were anxious to find a solution to Missouri’s transportation problems, fearing they wouldn’t be able to return home on today’s dilapidated highways.

*Television’s summertime reruns may leave a lot to be desired,

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