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Winston Jr. High Basketball

Tournament Results

Tournament Results

Boys Championship: N. Harrison 46, Ridgeway 36

Girls Championship: Tri-County 49, Gilman City 18

Boys 3rd Place: Winston 36, Gilman City 21

Girls 3rd Place: N. Harrison 36, Pattonsburg 12

Boys Consolation: Pattonsburg 30, N. Daviess 12

Girls Consolation: Winston 24, Osborn 19

Sportsmanship: Pattonsburg

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Blood is life, give it at the next Jamesport blood drive

Jamesport blood drive on Tuesday, Nov. 4, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Jamesport School gym.

An individual within the area that Community Blood Center serves needs a blood transfusion every four minutes. In order to meet that need, Community Blood Center must collect 550 pints of blood each day!

Blood donors can help meet these local needs by appearing at the Jamesport blood drive on Tuesday, Nov. 4, from

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How much electricity does this place take?

Mrs. Jarboe’s class toured the Landmark buildings on Oct. 21.

Mrs. Jarboe’s class toured the Landmark buildings on Oct. 21. Students wore safety glasses while observing the presses, robot welders, storage areas and offices. Some questions from the students were: How much electricity does this place take? How many fork lifts do you have? What is that huge pink roll? (Paper towels). Students saw their pumpkin decorations displayed at the

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Jewell Raymond Walton

M/Sgt (Ret.) Jewell Raymond (Ray) Walton, 71, Smithville, died Oct. 27, 2003, at his home in Liberty.

Funeral services for Jewell Raymond Walton, a native of Gallatin, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel in Liberty. Arrangements are by Park Lawn Northland Chapel. Graveside services with full military honors will follow in Lock Springs Cemetery. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. this

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Lucile E. Hall

Lucile E. Hall, 91, died October 22, 2003, at Pleasant Valley Manor.

Funeral services for Lucile Hall were held Oct. 25 at the Park Lawn South Chapel. Arrangements were by Park Lawn Funeral Home. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to Good Shepherd Community, 10101 James A. Reed Rd., K.C., Mo., 64134.

Lucile E. Hall, 91, died October 22, 2003, at Pleasant

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Leonard H. Rainey

Leonard H. Rainey, 79, Jamesport, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2003, at Liberty Hospital.

Funeral services for Leonard Rainey were held Saturday at the United Methodist Church, Jamesport. Burial was at Masonic Cemetery, Jamesport. Arrangements were by McWilliams Funeral Home, Jamesport. Memorials may be made to the Jamesport United Methodist Church.

Leonard H. Rainey, 79, Jamesport, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2003, at Liberty Hospital.

Mr. Rainey was born Aug. 11, 1924,

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First time hunter bags 7 point deer

Cody Selby, 13, Gallatin, went bow hunting for the first time

Cody Selby, 13, Gallatin, went bow hunting for the first time this year. He got this seven point, 197 pound deer. Cody is the son of Kurt and Tina Esbeck.

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Granddaughter crowned Homecoming Queen at NWMSU

Emily Dix, Olathe North 2000 graduate, was announced Homecoming Queen on Oct. 15 at Northwest Missouri State University.

Emily Dix, Olathe North 2000 graduate, was announced Homecoming Queen on Oct. 15 at Northwest Missouri State University. Phi Delta Theta fraternity nominated her. Emily then went through a screening interview and was voted as winner by the NWMSU student body. She is a senior double majoring in marketing and management with

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Hours extended for flu shot

Office open until 7 on Nov. 4.

The Daviess County Health Department office is offering extended hours on Nov. 4 to give flu vaccinations. The office will be open until 7 p.m.

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