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Post Scripts: War Gamble

by Joe Snyder

As President Bush prepares for war, but without the support of the entire nation, his request for help and approval from NATO and the United Nations has split those international bodies, and in the long run, lessened their influence.

The president is not very good at listening and declares "the course of this nation does not depend on the decisions of others." I cannot blame him for

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Free arthritis seminar at Access II

March 11, from 1 :00 p.m. to 3 :00 p.m. at 611 W. Johnson in Gallatin

Nearly 900,000 Missourians have arthritis – that’s one in every six people. Based upon a survey conducted by the Missouri Arthritis Program, this equals about one out of every three persons over 18 years of age. And, the number of diagnosed cases keeps growing. Arthritis affects more than 43 million Americans nation-wide, including as

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Don’t forget to submit your ag census

Although the Feb. 3 deadline has passed, it’s not too late to submit your agriculture census report to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Anyone needing help completing their report form may call 1-888-4AG-STAT.

As of Feb. 2, only 47% of Daviess County farmers had mailed in data for the nation’s 26th census of agriculture. An accurate report of farm operations in every state and county helps put together a

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No cuts planned at Winston R-6 despite lower state revenue; school principals offered new contracts

Winston R-6 Board of Education regular meeting held Feb. 19

Superintendent Wendell Burns discussed state revenue projections for 2003-2004 with members of the Winston R-6 Board of Education during their regular meeting held Feb. 19. Mr. Burns described the situation as ‘wait and see’ and stated that no cuts to programs or faculty were planned at this time.

Contracts were offered to High School Principal David Michael and Elementary Principal

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Aldermen initiate interview process for city administrator replacement

Special meeting for the city of Gallatin held Feb. 19 and the regular meeting held Feb. 24

Mayor Davis and the Gallatin Board of Aldermen agreed on three candidates for the position of city administrator during a special meeting held Feb. 19. The mayor and aldermen started the interview process for that position during their regular meeting on Feb. 24.

At the Feb. 24 meeting, Gene Schweizer requested a re-vote

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When it comes to local taxes, what constitutes a church?

For Randall Jarvis of Jameson, both circumstances are reality and inter-related.

If you were the defendant in the following two circumstances, which would cause you the most worry: facing the IRS in federal court in a civil lawsuit alleging tax evasion, or confronting the Daviess County Assessor, even threatening a lawsuit, to challenge a tax assessment?

For Randall Jarvis of Jameson, both circumstances are reality and inter-related. At issue is

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Cowboy Country Store opens this Saturday at Gallatin

March 1

The Cowboy Country Store will open Saturday, March 1, two miles west of Gallatin on Hwy. 6.

The store is a combination of the talents of two families: Anthony and Linda Tworek of the Circle T Corral and Dave Shewmaker and Leisa Pigg of the Broken Heart Ranch. Anthony and Linda are from the Clarksdale area, David and Leisa live just south of Altamont.

The four riding buddies

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Virginia M. Wilson

Virginia M. Wilson, 79, Excelsior Springs, died Monday, Feb. 24, 2003, at the Liberty Hospital.

Funeral services for Virginia M. Wilson will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003, at the Polley Funeral Home in Excelsior Springs. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Excelsior Springs. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church

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Susie Hostetler

Susie Hostetler, 86, died Tuesday, Feb. 25, at her home near Jamesport.

Funeral services for Susie Hostetler will be held at 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 28, at the Mose Graber residence on State Hwy. NN. Burial will be at Meadow View Cemetery, Jamesport. Arrangements are by the McWilliams Family Funeral Home, Jamesport.

Susie Hostetler, 86, died Tuesday, Feb. 25, at her home near Jamesport.

Mrs. Hostetler was born on

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