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City hires new deputy clerk, lineman

Gallatin city minutes

New personnel hirings were announced during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Nov. 26 at city hall. Autumn Acree was hired as deputy city clerk and Darren Stanley as a natural gas lineman.

Chief Wycoff provided an update on department activities and on the revision of city ordinances related to code enforcement and nuisance violations in order to allow for more pro-active enforcement.

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Litton Gibson

Litton “Spencer” Gibson, 84, Kansas City, died Friday, Nov. 23, 2001, at a North Kansas City hospital.

Funeral services for Litton Gibson were held Monday at McWilliams Family Funeral Home-Hope Chapel in Gallatin. Burial was at Brown Cemetery in Gallatin. Memorials may be made in his name to the Children’s Mercy Hospital, in care of the funeral home, 201 S. Market, Gallatin.

Litton “Spencer” Gibson, 84, Kansas City, died Friday,

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Kenneth Davis Sr.

Kenneth M. Davis Sr., 82, Port Orange, formerly of St. Joseph and Clarksdale, died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2001, at his residence.

A memorial service for Kenneth Davis Sr. was held in Daytona Beach; and two private candlelighting services were held by the Masonic Lodge and Sons of the Revolution. Burial will be at a later date in the Fairport Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Bellevue-Cedar Hill Funeral Home in Daytona

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Goodbye, deer, we’ve all gone to feed the wild birds

Another November firearms deer season is behind us.

by Jade Wright

Another November firearms deer season is behind us. Statewide there was a record harvest of 205,165 deer. That is an increase of 4,702 deer from last season. In Daviess county there were 2,329 deer taken, and increase of 11 from the Y2K season. In Missouri we had four nonfatal hunting-related incidents and two fatalities. As with all hunting incidents

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Trevor Ryan Madison

Daniel and Gerri Madison of Hallsville would like to announce the arrival of Trevor Ryan on Sept. 25, 2001. Trevor weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 22 ½ inches long.

Paternal grandmother is Linda Madison and paternal great-grandmother is Irene Frost, both of Gallatin. Paternal grandfather is Charles Madison of Pattonsburg.

Maternal grandparents are Hannah and Larry Slayden of King City and Lyle Harrison of Gilman City. Maternal great-grandparents

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Timothy Daniel and Jeffery Dean Dreesen

Dreesens announce the addition to their family of Timothy Daniel and Jeffery Dean

Dan and Kristi (Madison) Dreesen of Rogersville would like to announce the addition to their family of Timothy Daniel, 5, and Jeffery Dean, 4. The adoption was final on Sept. 26, 2001.

Maternal grandmother is Linda Madison and maternal great-grandmother is Irene Frost, both of Gallatin.

Paternal grandparents are Joan Yunkers of Wentworth, S.D., and Ben Dreesen

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Gallatin girls will dance with St. Louis Ballet

Two Gallatin girls will dance with the St. Louis Ballet

Two Gallatin girls will dance with the St. Louis Ballet in Chillicothe

This year, thanks to the Missouri Arts Council, the St. Louis Ballet Company will be performing “The Nutcracker” at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center this December. Two hometown girls are going to be dancing with them. Twelve-year-old Kirsten Bowe will be dancing the part of an angel,

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Family Daze: About those Thanksgiving leftovers…

by Debbie Farmer

Let’s face it. The most distinguishable trait about Thanksgiving isn’t the football game, the parade, or the quality time you get to spend with your relatives.

It’s the leftovers.

Oh, don’t start yelling. I know what the true meaning of Thanksgiving is just as well as anybody else. Any fool will tell you it’s a day for people to open their hearts and homes, reflect, and give

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Marjorie Jackson

Marjorie Eleanor (Bruner) Martindale Jackson, 89, New Hampton, died Monday, Nov. 19, 2001, at her home.

Funeral services for Marjorie Jackson were held Monday at the Roberson Funeral Home in Bethany. Burial was at Foster Cemetery, New Hampton. Memorials may be made to the Department of Music and sent to Union College, 3800 S. 48th St., Lincoln, NE 68506.

Marjorie Eleanor (Bruner) Martindale Jackson, 89, New Hampton, died Monday, Nov.

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