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Area students complete degrees, on Dean’s List

Students from Rockhurst, Missouri Western, University of Missouri

Cari Ann Evans graduated from Rockhurst University with a bachelor of arts degree in communications and a minor in political science. She has accepted a position as a broker with Freight Quote of Lenexa, Kan.

Missouri Western State College has announced the names of local students who are completing degree requirements during the 2001 Spring semester. Local students who are candidates for

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Lions Senior Center

Senior Center gets new garbage disposal

The Gallatin Lions Club donated $985 and the Gallatin card party donated $200 toward the cost of a new garbage disposal for the Gallatin Senior Center. The old disposal was over 30 years old.

Pictured are Lions members Carl Alexander, Duane Frost and Web Sullenger. The new disposal is seen in the background being used by one of the cook’s at the Center.

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Little League Boys take second

Little League Boys won second place at the Winston Tournament

Gallatin #1 Little League Boys won second place at the Winston Tournament. Members are pictured, left to right, front row, Bookie Fran Masters, Ethan Walton, Derrick Teel, Phillip Arnold, Derrick McBroom, Jonathon Garlick, Issac Huffman; back row, coach Don Masters, Jon Brown, Cody Walton, Stephen Wood, Paul Hickey, Matt Pottorff, Tyler Toney, Chase Snow, coach Kyle McBroom. Not pictured: Jonathon

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Harlows serves patrons for last time

Harlow’s Dining and Lounge served patrons for the last time.

A chapter in Chillicothe history closed on June 22 when Harlow’s Dining and Lounge served patrons for the last time. After over 23 years of business, owners Clifford and Kathy Harlow decided it was time to make a change, just as area residents’ lifestyles and the restaurant market have changed.

The historical building which was housed Harlow’s, has been a

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GHCAA to meet July 31

The Area Governing Board of Green Hills Community Action Agency will meet July 31

The Area Governing Board of Green Hills Community Action Agency (GHCAA) will meet in regular session at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31, at the Area Office located at 1506 Oklahoma Avenue in Trenton.

The Operations Committee will meet at 7 p.m. prior to the regular board meeting. Items on the agenda include an Operations Committee

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GRC Academic award winners

Students eligible for the GRC Academic award

To be eligible for the GRC Academic award students must have a 3.66 grade point average for the 2000-2001 school year and must have participated in a GRC sponsored sport or music activity. Gallatin students who have received the GRC Academic award are pictured, front

row, Anna Barton, Katie Ward, Jamie Lunsford, Cori Nichols, Kayli Burrell, Allison Lockridge; second row, Kamille Burrell, Samantha

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Eight graders receive GRC Presidential award

Eighth graders eligible for the GRC Presidential award.

Eighth graders who have earned a 3.5 grade point average during their seventh and eight grade years and who have scored at or above the 85th percentile on a national achievement test are eligible for the GRC Presidential award. Gallatin eighth graders receiving the Presidents award are pictured, left to right, first row, Brittney Hixson, Emily Gay, Aaron Everly, Kyle Hefley, Klint

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July Summer Festival at Jamesport

Jamesport’s 21st Annual July Summer Festival will be July 27-28

Jamesport’s 21st Annual July Summer Festival will feature an Antique and Collectible Show to be held Friday and Saturday, July 27-28, in the Festival Park.

An antique appraiser will be on site on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to offer free appraisals. The limit is two items per person. No coins or Indian artifacts, please.

The Farmers Market

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Local FCCLA members on ESPN

Several Gallatin FCCLA members will appear on ESPN July 30.

Several Gallatin FCCLA members will appear on the ESPN Up Close edition on Monday, July 30. When in Anaheim, Calif., attending the National FCCLA Leadership meeting, seven members and their advisor ate lunch at the ESPN Zone in Downtown Disney. While there, Gary

Miller was filmed interviewing Bruce Sutter, a former St. Louis Cardinal pitcher. Watch for Jamie Lunsford, Kyle

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