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For default in payment of debt and performance of obligation secured by Deed of Trust executed by Teresa M. Walker

Trustee’s Sale

In Re: Teresa M. Walker, a single person

For default in payment of debt and performance of obligation secured by Deed of Trust executed by Teresa M. Walker, a single person, dated May 16, 2000 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Daviess County, Missouri in Book 182, Page 43 the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said note

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For default in the payment of debt secured by Deed of Trust executed by Dale E. Jackson,

Notice of Trustee’s Sale

For default in the payment of debt secured by Deed of Trust executed by Dale E. Jackson, a single person, dated October 25, 1999, recorded in Book 180 at Page 13, Office of Recorder of Deed, Daviess County, Missouri, at Gallatin, the undersigned Trustee will on Tuesday, August

20, 2002, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the South Front door of the

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Why are prescription drugs advertised?

I gasped when I received the invitation to my high school class reunion

I gasped when I received the invitation to my high school class reunion. Thirty years! I haven’t kept in touch with many classmates, and other plans may prevent my attendance despite the very

wise venue of barbecue. Thirty years!

The few reacquaintances I have been able to make gasp at me as we exchange brief basics. Liz

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Post Scripts: What’s in a name?

by Joe Snyder

Missouri has some unusual names for its cities and towns. We have Tightwad (there are several of those, aren’t there?, Loose Creek (it’s probably the water) Grassy, Anabel, Arab, Reform, Napoleon, Buffalo, Chloride, Noel, Peculiar (I could name several) Saint Peters, Alley Spring, Climax Springs (I hadn’t better comment further) along with Ash Hill, Archie, Battlefield (should be near Wilson Creek) plus Braggadocio, Bourbon (probably a wild

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Campaign reform and other popular myths

Those among us who cheered enactment of the grandly titled Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act may want to recount our shares of Enron stock

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

Those among us who cheered enactment of the grandly titled Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act may want to recount our shares of Enron stock for a touch of reality. Unfortunately neither the assurances from those who participated full-force in political fund-raising nor the comforting

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Alan Bradford is new county conservation agent

Alan Bradford has been sworn in as the new Daviess County Conservation Agent.

Alan Bradford has been sworn in as the new Daviess County Conservation Agent.

Mr. Bradford, 37, was born and raised in Osborn where he attended high school He received his degree in Wildlife Management from the University of Missouri at Columbia.

Mr. Bradford received his first assignment in Caldwell County in 1991 and has worked as an

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R-5 receives business tech and preservation grants

Business Tech Enhancement Grant of $48,416; $9,902 from the Local Records Preservation Program

Superintendent James Ruse announced the Gallatin R-5 School District has received a Business Tech Enhancement Grant in the amount of $48,416. The district provides 25% of the match funding.

The grant, written by Barb Holcomb and Jeanette Sprague, will be used to upgrade to fiber networking between the school buildings. The grant also provide for newer, faster

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Acreage reports required for crops, cropland

must file crop acreage reports by July 31 as condition of receiving payment

Daviess County farmers who want to receive farm program payments from the U.S. Department of Agriculture must file crop acreage reports by July 31 as a condition of receiving those payments.

Kirby Payne, county executive director for the Daviess County Farm Service Agency, said, “Under the 1996 Farm Bill, producers must report crop acres for contract commodities

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Gallatin teachers receive pay boost

Gallatin R-5 Board of Education reached a decision on the salary schedule

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education reached a decision on the salary schedule for teachers during its regular meeting held June 13. The new base for teachers is $26,500, a $750 raise from last year.

In other business at the June and July regular meetings, the support staff received a 4% raise. The extra duty salary schedule was

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