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Gallatin lifts boil order

The City of Gallatin has lifted the boil order

The City of Gallatin has lifted the boil order in effect for Gallatin. The boil order was previously issued on May 24, 2002, due to a water line break. The order was in effect for residents in the following: Corner Café to Old Library, both sides of Hwy. 13, East Jackson including Mike Arnold’s law fir, West Jackson including both banks,

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R-5 honor roll announced

Fourth Quarter and Second Semester

Gallatin R-5 High School recently announced its fourth quarter honor roll. Students on the Principal’s Honor Roll are: 12th — Brice Garnett, Mackenzie Riley, Austin Story; 11th — Roxanne Davitt, Jamie Lunsford, Laura McCann; 10th — Jessica Foster, Keira Story; 9th — Cassie Carder, Emily Gay; 8th — Whitney Boyd, Katie Patton, Hattie Rains; 7th — Jonathan Arnold, Karly Goll, Alyssa Strein.

Students on the

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Gallatin Clubs

DAR: Laureate Delta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi;

Gallatin Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) met May 15 at Breadeaux with eight members and one prospective member Laurie Roll present. Regent Beverly Ward led the opening ritual followed by Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and the American Creed. President General’s message was read by Jeannie Carpenter and the National Defense Report was given by Ann Schweizer. Secretary

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GHS students develop entrepreneurship skills

The Gallatin High School Fashion Design and Merchandising Class (FDM) embroidered over 150 items for Lake Viking Marine.

The Gallatin High School Fashion Design and Merchandising Class (FDM) embroidered over 150 items for Lake Viking Marine. Larry and Sherry Tague, owners of the marine, hired the class to embroider merchandise to be sold at their marine throughout the summer. Students have been working since January to complete the project. Being

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CCH schedules forum for seniors

public forum on Monday, June 3, to address recent legislation

Cameron Community Hospital will host a public forum on Monday, June 3, to address recent legislation affecting Medicare payments and prescription benefits for seniors.

The privacy of health records, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), effective April 2003, and the new payment methodology for Ambulatory Patient Classification (APC), including out-of-pocket and co-pays, which became effective Aug. 1,

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Bike-A-Thon raises $750

Beautiful weather allowed 25 bicyclists to ride from 5-7 p.m

Under the direction of Chairman Doug Nichols the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital annual bike-a-thon was held May 10. Beautiful weather allowed 25 bicyclists to ride from 5-7 p.m. in the evening. As a service project, the Gallatin High School National Honor Society helped with registration, traffic control and punching holes in the participants pledge cards. Many parents were also

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Mark McNeely wins national award

named as a United States National Award Winner in English

Mark McNeely, son of Terry and Dena McNeely of Jameson, was recently named as a United States National Award Winner in English by the United States Achievement Academy. Mark is a sophomore at North Daviess R-3 and was nominated by Gregg Hartley, a teacher at North Daviess R-3. The Academy recognizes fewer than 10% of all American high school students.

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Artisans guild to sponsor Festival of Tables

during J.C. Penney Festival, June 8

History buffs and quilt lovers won’t want to miss the Festival of Tables luncheon and quilt show on Saturday, June 8, at the J.C. Penney Community Room in Hamilton. The Caldwell County Arts Show-Me Artisans guild will be host to the event, being held in conjunction with the annual J.C. Penney Hometown Festival.

Luncheon tables will be decorated with antique and collectible dishes. Beverly

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Area students recognized

CMSU; MWSC

Rebecca Stith earns spot on CMSU dean’s list

Rebecca Stith earned a spot on the Central Missouri State University Dean’s List by attaining a grade point average of 3.50 to 3.99.

MWSC announces honor lists

Missouri Western State College recently announced the names of those 513 students selected to the Dean’s Honor Roll for the Spring semester, 2002. Students who have carried 12 hours or more for graded

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