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Land Transfers

Trustee’s Deed under Active Trust

Partial block in Gallatin from Joseph and Katherine Snyder, trustees of the Snyder Family Trust, to James and Deanna Fuller.

Beneficiary Deeds

Lake Viking lot #1038 from John Viers to Blain Viers, Kyle Viers and Zane Viers, in equal undivided shares as joint tenants with right of survivorship; tract in Grand River Township from Phyllis McBride to Constance Marie McBride, Patti M. Shrader, Chris N.

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Civil Court

Small Claims Court

Midwestern Health vs. David L. Youngs, suit on account.

Wells Fargo Financial Acceptance f/k/a Community Credit Co. vs. Michael Stone and Jennifer Stone, suit on note.

Aljend Properties, L.C. vs. Michael Swink and Tonya Swink, suit for rent and possession.

Discover Bank vs. Brian E. Bolin, suit on account.

Bill Fuller vs. Terry and Jona Danberry, suit for rent and possession.

Small Claims Court

Nancy Eads d/b/a

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Associate Circuit

Joshua Lee Medlin and Laura Marie Taylor, both of Trenton, were married July 20, 2001, by Judge Daren Adkins.

Defendants who appeared and were 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

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Circuit Court

Law Day

Civil cases filed: Dixie Reeds vs. Wallace Reeds, dissolution of marriage.

Marriage licenses issued: Ricky Olen Crone and Cynthia Louise Lager, both of Pattonsburg.

Law Day

Law Day was held July 18 with Judge Warren McElwain presiding.

In Aloaha Leasing vs. Dale Hazzard and Roy Hazzard for breach of contract, the defendants were ordered to pay Aloaha $25,464.26 on Count 1, $10,296 on Count 2, and $14,681.30 on

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County Clerk

The last day to mail absentee ballots is Aug. 1., 2001.

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Property damage, thefts reported to sheriff

Sheriff’s Department

Sheriff’s Department

On July 17, Kent Critten of Gallatin reported property damage at his residence when someone drove a 4-wheeler approximately 1/4 mile through a corn field near his residence.

John Olds, manager of the Texaco Truck Stop at I-35 and Highway 69, reported July 20 that a person known to him left without paying for gasoline. Charges are pending.

Tyler Johnson of Altamont reported property damage on

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County Commission

County Commission

Following are the approved minutes for July 16, 2001. All members were present.

Daniel Lynn, bridge supervisor, and James Lewis, foreman, met with the commission reporting on progress of the construction of bridge #019000.2 in Salem Township.

Rayburn and Don Tolen, Jackson Township, met with the commission to assist the commission with CART mileage assignments.

The commission reviewed the monthly treasurer’s report.

Kevin Heldenbrand, sheriff, met with the

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Off the Editor’s Spike

by Darryl Wilkinson

by Darryl Wilkinson

Some might say we never did Pokey right. Our Golden Lab was bred for hunting, and during his 13 years to my knowledge he was never taken on a hunt. He came to our household as a special gift from a friend — who knew what we were in for.

We did nothing to make Pokey anything more than a “pot licker,” but we

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Coonridge Digest: Sliding into the Geritol generation

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

My time’s finally comin’ and I just pray I stay alive to see it. Right now we’ve got 40 million senior citizens be-boppin’ around the U.S. and knockin’ at the doorstep are another 70 million baby boomers ready to slide into the Geritol generation. When that happens we’ll be in the majority for the first time in our history. There’ll be more

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