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U. S. 36 Raceway

6/20 Race Results

410 Winged Sprints: 1. Jesse Hockett, 2. Jim Cameron, 3. Phillip Heavelow, 4. Marty Perovich, 5. David Langford, 6. Mark Hurd, 7. Kim Kennedy, 8. Mike Lefholz, 9. Jeff Snow, 10, Jeff Osborn, 11. Doug Blake. Fastest Qualifier: Jim Cameron.

A Modified: 1. Dennis Elliott, 2. P. J. Conger, 3. Steve Starmer, 4. Lee Hibner, 5. Lonnie Hibner, 6. Greg Querry, 7. Greg Jackson, 8. Jerimiah Asher,

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Gallatin 2 K-Ball team wins double championship

The Gallatin 2 K-Ball team won both the regular season, with a record of 7-1

The Gallatin 2 K-Ball team won both the regular season, with a record of 7-1, and the K-Ball tournament, held last weekend at Dockery Park in Gallatin. Members of this year’s team were, front row, from left: Bailey Morrison, Blake Cornett, Chad Ness, Duke Allen, Wesley Cole and Mitchell Vanderslice; back row: Derrick Lin, Morgan

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Getting out, Getting about

Imagine having a car wreck, or farm accident and ending up in a wheelchair for the rest of your life.

Imagine having a car wreck, or farm accident and ending up in a wheelchair for the rest of your life. After months of rehabilitation, you can hardly wait to return to your own home. Finally, they carry you up the steps to get you in the house.

What a relief,

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Local author publishes article in national children’s magazine

Janice Jump of Pattonsburg has written an article that appears in the July 2003 issue of ‘Highlights for Children’

Janice Jump of Pattonsburg has written an article that appears in the July 2003 issue of ‘Highlights for Children.’

In “Harry Truman, Lost and Found,” readers learn about Truman’s dependence on his spectacles, and hear stories of times when good fortune kept his glasses safe and sound.

“As a new resident

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Jamesport man fatally injured in accident

Leroy Gardner, 38, Jamesport

The community of Jamesport and the surrounding area was saddened to hear of the death of Leroy Gardner, 38.

Mr. Gardner was fatally injured in a one-vehicle accident at 11:30 p.m. on Monday, June 23, according to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

Mr. Gardner leaves behind a wife, Delana, and four young children.

Mr. Gardner was northbound on Hwy. 190, two miles north of

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Red Cross swim lessons offered this July and August at Gallatin’s city pool

Daviess County

Red Cross Swim Lessons will be held at the Gallatin City Pool from 8 a.m. until 12 noon, according to Water Safety Chairman Ann Schweizer.

July 7-18 – Gallatin students.

July 21-Aug. 1 – Rest of the county students.

Aug. 4-8 – four and five-year-old classes. There will also be a separate class this same week for three-and-under from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. These children must have

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Mother of all moths?

Six inch moth spotted at Jameson, MO

Jane McKinsey snapped a picture of this Cecropia silkmoth at the home of Doris Croy’s in Jameson on June 20. According to a article by Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (NPWRC), a science center operated by the Biological Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey, a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Interior, only three other counties in Missouri have confirmed records

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After the volley of veto, Mayor Schweizer resigns

City of Gallatin Board of Aldermen met in two sessions.

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen accepted the resignation of Mayor Gene Schweizer for the City of Gallatin with all members voting in favor during their regular meeting held June 23 at city hall.

President of the Board Becky Wycoff will serve as mayor until an appointment is made for the office. A special meeting will be held at 6 p.m.

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Good-bye to the cap factory

by Darryl Wilkinson

by Darryl Wilkinson

Sometimes someone important leaves without much notice, and you don’t even get the chance to say good-bye.

This year marked the 50th anniversary of Lambert Manufacturing Company in Gallatin. The cap factory has meant many things to many different people. Feature writer Tammy Huffman prepared an article capturing some personal sentiments about the cap factory from some of those who worked there to mark

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