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Gallatin aldermen press for enforcement of property, vehicle maintenance

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen held discussion on property and vehicle maintenance within the city during their regular meeting held Monday, July 28, at city hall. The board agreed to place an ad in the paper informing the citizens that the ordinance dealing with this matter will be enforced.

Police Chief Jim Wycoff stated that a cover has been placed over the parking area for the police vehicles. He said

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Gallatin’s national FCCLA officer presides, nine gold medals earned

FCCLA National Ledership meeting was held in Philadelphia, Penn.

Gallatin national officer presides, nine gold medals earned

Over 5,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisers, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in Philadelphia, Penn., July 6-10 for the 2003 FCCLA National Leadership Meeting.

Gallatin FCCLA members attending were Jamie Lunsford, Katie Ward, Allison Lockridge, Danielle Critten, Katie Patton, Kinsey Batson, Ayrica Batson, Jonathan Arnold,

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Everybody knows about ol’ John…or do you?

In America, there’s nothing more cherished than rugged individualism like John Shepard

“I can spell my name three ways. Shepard. Sheppard and Shepherd. But only one way is right.”

In America, there’s nothing more cherished than rugged individualism, and John Shepard has been defiantly different for over eight decades. Sitting on a bench recently on the courthouse lawn in bibbed overalls over a blue work shirt over a long-sleeve undershirt,

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Post Scripts: Vulnerability

by Joe Snyder

It has been over half a century since I was in a war but I will never forget what it was like.

So I can identify with the attitudes and fears that are beginning to grip the minds of the soldiers who are serving in Iraq. I can understand the fear, and the pressure they are under, in the aftermath of the so-called “victory” the White House

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Family Daze: The Ongoing Parent-Kid Contest

by Debbie Farmer

One of the things that you probably didn’t realize about becoming a parent is that you’re now a contestant in Ongoing Parent-Kid Contest.

For those of you lucky enough to have no idea what I’m talking about, let me explain. The Ongoing Parent-Kid Contest is the 20-year struggle between a parent and a kid that starts the very second you bring them home from the hospital.

But

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Cut George a little slack

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

I think it’s about time we cut President George W. Bush a little slack. Here’s a national leader who’s trying to protect his country, unlike some presidents and dictators who shall remain nameless and who are always trying to push a few favors toward their friends and allies and ignore everybody else. Just because he has made a few errors in predicting

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Missouriana

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

*America’s obsession with overeating is bound to produce the advent of new restaurants such as Tofu Bell, McBroccoli, Veggies in the Box and Soy Burger King.

*If Defense Department officials are serious about locating the whereabouts of Saddam Hussein, they’ll sign them up for a home-siding sales demonstration.

*Meteorologists swear it’s not possible, but the Iraq War proves U.S. troops can be

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Coonridge Digest: Like a fish walkin’ on dry land

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

“Freida! Look at this! This proves it! God is a Republican.”

“Herb, don’t start.”

“You’ve always wanted proof, I’ve got proof.”

“Didn’t we agree, Herb? Didn’t we decide that for the sake of our marriage we’d never mix politics and religion again? Can’t you remember anything, old man?”

“Yea. But that was before I had proof. Just look at this! Pat Robertson

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Dialogue should include farmers

by Stewart Truelsen

by Stewart Truelsen

The food industry is under attack by health and environmental activists and trial lawyers with an appetite for big, juicy lawsuits. It seems odd when you think about it. America has the most abundant, affordable and wholesome food in the world, and yet there are people whose primary objective seems to be to dismantle this system, reap huge personal rewards and drive up the

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