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Pattonsburg T Ballers wind up season

Members of the Pattonsburg T Ball team are pictured,

Members of the Pattonsburg T Ball team are pictured, left to right, front row, Dexter Daniel, Tyler Fore, Sidney Hulett, Abby Feck; second row, Joel Teel, Steven Fischer, Caitlyn Crone, Carley Cornett, Garrett Hartley; back row, Trevor Carter, Morgan Gardner, Jillian Poppelwell, Ethan Teel, and coach Penny Gardner. Not pictured: B.J. Fischer.

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Community Betterment to judge city on Sept. 17

Community Betterment met Aug. 21 at the Multi-Purpose Center.

Community Betterment met Aug. 21 at the Multi-Purpose Center. Our discussion concerned the upcoming State Conference Oct. 21-23 in Columbia. We need a good showing from our community. If interested, please contact Judy Horton at 367-2121 or 367-4664.

Our city will be visited at 2 p.m. on Sept. 17 by the Missouri Community Betterment Association to be judged for our accomplishments

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R-2 patrons will see .19 cent decrease in tax levy

Superintendent Ron DeShon reported to that the State Auditors Office had approved the new tax levy

During the regular meeting of the Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education held Aug. 20, Superintendent Ron DeShon reported to that the State Auditors Office had approved the new tax levy for the district at $5.1748. Patrons would see a welcome 19-cent decrease in the tax levy.

Mr. DeShon further reported that the ASBR was

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Son-in-law part of ‘Roving Sands 01′

Air Force Staff Sgt. Michael P. Nicholson participated in the world’s largest joint theater air and missile defense exercise

Air Force Staff Sgt. Michael P. Nicholson participated in the world’s largest joint theater air and missile defense exercise called “Roving Sands ’01.” The exercise involved more than 15,000 servicemembers of the U.S. armed forces and foreign military forces from Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, including 12 exercise

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Lake Viking Lions Club to meet

Sept. 6 — 7 p.m.

Sept. 6 — 7 p.m.

Lake Viking Lions Club to meet at L.V. Clubhouse

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Everly School Reunion

Sept. 9

Sept. 9

Everly School Reunion, Coffey school cafeteria, noon, eat 1 p.m., bring covered dish & table service

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$10,000 REWARD

For the arrest, conviction and return of ALL items stolen from the Fallis Pogue residence on or around Oct./Nov. 2000

$10,000 Reward leading to the arrest, conviction and return of ALL items stolen from the Fallis Pogue residence on Highway K in Daviess County on or around the months of October/November, 2000.

Please call with information to the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department at660-663-2031.

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All of these are FREE plus much more at the ADULT LEARNING CENTER in Gallatin.

We are located at 611 W. Johnson, in the Access II Independent Living Center.

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Deadlines to remember near for hunters and landowners

Deadlines!!!

Deadlines!!! I realize it’s no April 15th, but there are a few upcoming deadlines/dates within the conservation realm that I would like to make waterfowl hunters, physically challenged hunters, and landowners aware of.

If you are a waterfowl hunter who needs a place to hunt, you may be interested to know about MDC’s reservation system. There are 16 managed wetland areas throughout Missouri that are open to public hunting

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