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Northwest County Commissioners meet, tour Landmark

About 40 commissioners from 16 of the 21 counties in the district attended.

The Northwest County Commissioners met for their bi-monthly meeting in Daviess County last Thursday, July 18, at the Lake Viking Clubhouse. About 40 commissioners from 16 of the 21 counties in the district attended. The commissioners heard from Phil Tate of the Department of Economic Development in the morning and then met at Landmark Manufacturing, located off

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Tax rate hearing set; burglary suspect leaves town

The 2002 tax rate hearing date was set for 5:45 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 12

The 2002 tax rate hearing date was set for 5:45 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 12, at the GIDA room during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Monday, July 22.

Chief of Police Jim Wycoff stated that the solid suspect in burglaries has left town and the crime spree has stopped. He

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Family Daze: Useless Skills

by Debbie Farmer

One thing I’ve learned after all these years on this planet is that there are a lot of people who have, somehow or other, acquired totally useless skills. Oh, don’t start yelling. I’m not talking about things like algebra or English degrees or anything like that. I mean skills more along the lines of, say, touching your ears with your feet, or riding a unicycle with a

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Coonridge Digest: Nothin’ priceless in that attic

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

“Herb, what in God’s name are you doin’ up there?”

“Lookin’ for priceless works of art.”

“In the attic? Herb, there is nothin’ priceless in that attic and that includes when you’re up there.

Now get down here. You’re shakin’ the ceiling fixtures.”

“What’s this in the mildewed Sears sack?”

“It’s my mildewed wedding dress. Leave it alone. Herb, have you gone

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Missouriana

the state will soon have to designate its roads as trails, paths or proceed-at-your-own-risk.

It may require even more correction in the stock market before calls from brokers offering to make us unbelievably rich finally stop.

Judging from tuition increases and new fees being levied by Missouri’s state colleges and universities, public education in the state has never been higher, at least in cost.

If funds aren’t provided to improve

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Ron Burns wins triathalon

Ron Burns of Gallatin won first place in the men age 55-59 category in Shawnee Mission, Kan., triathalon

Ron Burns of Gallatin won first place in the men age 55-59 category in Shawnee Mission, Kan., triathalon on July 14. A pretty amazing feat since Mr. Burns didn’t even know how to swim 1 ½ years ago. Mr. Burns performed his personal best to date at the event. He finished in

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Senior League Girls finish with 12-4 record

Gallatin Senior League Girls Softball Team finished with a 12-4 record and third place finish

The 2002 Gallatin Senior League Girls Softball Team finished with a 12-4 record and third place finish in the Harrison County Tournament. Team members are Whitney Boyd, Brittney Hixson, Lindsey Robertson, Dennelle Rhoades, Kelsie Parker, Katie Jarboe; coach Richard Robertson, Alyssa Strein, Ayrica Batson, Kinsey Batson, Hattie Rains, Malorie Love, Stefanie Dowell, coach Katie Chrisman,

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Joe Froman Memorial Rodeo Winners

All-Around Belt Buckle Winners

The All-Around Belt Buckle Winners at the Joe Froman Memorial Rodeo held July 12 at Dockery Park in conjunction with theDaviess County Junior Livestock Show have been announced. Pictured are the age 14-18 Belt Buckle winenrs, Kori Conley, Cameron, Brock Griffin, Jameson. Age 9-13 winners were Cody Griffith, Gilman City, and Stormie Milne, Oregon. 9 and Under Buckel Winners were Bailey Ford and Clayton Ford, Maysville.

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 Meadowlark combined comedy with basketball wizardry

An American legend came to town Monday.

An American legend came to town Monday. The most famous of all

Harlem Globetrotters. Meadowlark Lemon.

Lemon was in Gallatin, along with former teammate Larry “Gator”

Rivers, visiting Access II and passing on wisdom mixed with a

little b-ball showmanship. An ordained minister with his own

nationally snydicated gospel show in which he interviews successful

athletes and entertainers who attribute their success in

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