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Civil Court

Monogram Credit Card Bank, plaintiff, vs. William R. Kessinger, defendant: judgment entered for the plaintiff for a total of $1,055.13 plus court costs and interest.

Forsyth Financial Group LLC, plaintiff, vs. Lucille M. Moore, defendant: judgment entered for the plaintiff for a total of $2,220.40 plus court costs and interest.

First Resolution Investment Corp., plaintiff, vs. Timothy C. Burge, defendant: judgment entered for the plaintiff for a total $2,906.73 plus

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Criminal cases filed: State of Missouri vs. Andre E. Davis, possession of controlled substance, Class C felony; State vs. Michael D. Howard, attempted manufacture of a controlled substance, Class B felony; assault of law enforcement officer, first degree, Class A felony; resisting arrest, Class D felony;

State vs. Tamara Dawn Willis, burglary, 2nd degree, Class C felony; stealing, Class C felony; 2 counts unlawful use of a weapon, Class D

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Celebrate National Family Literacy Day® Nov. 1

National Family Literacy Day® is celebrated on Sat., Nov. 1, all over the country with special activities and events that showcase family literacy programs and the important relationship between parents and their children. LIFT, Missouri’s Literacy Resource Center, will provide activities and ideas for promoting family literacy at its website: www.lift-missouri.org.

Family Literacy is about learning, growing, and changing. Some of the benefits families get from going to a family

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Field position boosts Dogs to 27-12 district win over Bobcats

The holiday season is still a couple of months away, but the Braymer Bobcats were, by accident or design, in a giving mood last Friday night.

The holiday season is still a couple of months away, but the Braymer Bobcats were, by accident or design, in a giving mood last Friday night.

Aided greatly by outstanding starting field position, Gallatin knocked off the Bobcats, 27-12, in the opening game of

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69 attend Halloween dance at park

The Halloween Costume Dance was held at the Dockery Park Building in Gallatin on Oct. 25, with Mark Richards as the D.J.

Helping to decorate and set up the dance were Mark Richards, Cassie Richards, Scott Richards, Jacque Welsh, Diane McLey, David McLey, Jim Wycoff, Trudi Burton, Sharon Berten and Jerry Hardy. Mike and Viola Huffman helped at the dance and with clean up.

Donations were from Wal-Mart at Cameron;

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Carving up Jack O’ Turnip?

by Terry Cobb

by Terry Cobb

How did the tradition of carving Halloween Jack o’ Lanterns begin? According to Irish legend, it began with Stingy Jack. Stingy Jack was a drunk and miserly man who got his meals by snatching pies cooling in an open window sill, or snagging a chicken from his distracted neighbor.

Stingy Jack outwitted the Devil himself on several occasions. One time, Stingy Jack tricked him

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Four Generations span the globe

David, Laurie, and Briar Roll traveled to England for a family visit

Recently David, Laurie, and Briar Roll traveled to England for a family visit. Joining them in Wolverhampton was David’s mother, Susan J. Roll, of Madrid Spain. Before arriving in Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, the Roll family enjoyed a four day stay in London. David also enjoyed visiting with his childhood friend, Jonathan Foulkes. Pictured (seated) are Briar Roll of Gallatin

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Coonridge Digest: Work hard & ease up

By Frieda Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Aunt Eleanor was big into the Wrath of God theory. Every whipstitch she’d label something or another as the Wrath of God.

The first wrath I can remember was the hula-hoop. When Eleanor first witnessed the gyrating hula hips on her sidewalk she firmly pronounced that the plastic hoops were the Wrath of God and would most surely lead to uninhibited sex

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Court decision outrage

by Congressman Sam Graves

by Congressman Sam Graves

Most Missourians are happy to not focus on politics and just be content with living out their lives. But sometimes, our courts can just make a mess that seems to outrage many Missourians.

Recently, a California court, notoriously known as the most activist court in the nation, rewrote our laws by ruling the statement of “God” in our Pledge of Allegiance as

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