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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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Lions’ Peace Poster winner

Ashley Owens, a sixth grader at the Winston R-6 School, won the Peace Poster contest

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Barnwarming 2003

Saturday, November 17, 2003 the Pattonsburg FFA Chapter held it’s annual Barnwarming dance.

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Meritt-Persell united in marriage Oct. 19

Theresa L. Meritt and Douglas E. Persell of Gallatin were united in marriage on Oct. 19

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Recorder’s Office

Marriage licenses issued: Bryan Alexander Loucks and Sheri Ann Baldwin, both of Gallatin; Ricky Wayne Smyser and Tricia DeAnn Siegel, both of Gallatin.

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Ethel Susan Williams Crookes

Ethel Susan Williams Crookes, 89, La Plata, formerly of Culpeper, Va., died Nov. 16, 2003, at Charles County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in LaPlata.

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Barbara Brummitt

Barbara Brummitt, 70, Lemons, died Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the Putnam County Memorial Hospital in Unionville after an extended illness.

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Land Transfers

Quit-claim Deeds

Lots in Altamont from Raymond and Beverly Loucks to Gary and Thelma Bradshaw; partial block in Winston, an undivided 1/2 interest, from Richard Evans as trustee of Colfax Township and Junior Evans, LaRae Loyd and Edith Richardson, board members, to the Village of Winston; tract in Colfax Township from Merlin and Carolyn Jennings

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Dixie Lewis

Dixie Lewis, 73, Coffey, died Friday, Nov. 14, 2003 at a Liberty hospital.

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Bonnie J. Ikerd

Bonnie Jean (Bonnell) Ikerd, 74, of Smithville, formerly of Hamilton and Kansas City died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003.

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Default of payment of debt by Douglas M. Avriette and Terrie Michelle Avriette, and Ronald S. Mager and Alice M. Mager

Notice of Successor Trustee’s Sale

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Mary R. Degenhardt

Mary R. Degenhardt, 76, St. Joseph, died Friday, Nov. 14, 2003, at a St. Joseph hospital.

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Coonridge Digest: What we once held dear

By Freida Marie Crump

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Post Scripts: These dangerous times

by Joe Snyder

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Kubota looking to expand Landmark’s production

A new start up program by the Kubota Tractor Corporation will double Landmark’s business with the company

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Family Daze: About that classroom pet

by Debbie Farmer

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Wanda Brown

Wanda Mae Brown, 87, Cameron, died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003, at a local health-care facility.

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Circuit Court

Criminal cases filed: State vs. Lyle Edward Nieman, count 1 – attempted theft of anhydrous ammonia, Class B felony; count 2 – possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture a controlled substance, Class D felony.

Civil cases filed: Ashley Corinne Towell vs. Michael David Towell, dissolution; Cleo L. Tracy vs. Five Star Insulators Inc., etal,

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Former resident appointed to RCF Board

Gallatin alumni Jason Helton serves as the 30th trustee in the history of the Rural Community Foundation.

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Annual essay contest winners announced

Voice of Democracy” and “Patriot’s Pen” announces the winners of the annual essay contests for seventh through twelfth grade students.

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Jason Tibbles receives FFA Degree

Jason Tibbles, a member of the Gilman City FFA Chapter, recently received the American FFA Degree.

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Who says you can’t come home again?

Thirty years after leaving Gallatin, Ed and Lila Weissenbach have returned.

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Virgel M. Newman

Virgel M. Newman, 103, Pattonsburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2003, at a Cameron hospital.

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County Commission

County Commission

Don Ohlberg, bridge foreman, met with the commission reporting routine repairs on bridges and equipment.

Notification was received from Missouri Department of Transportation that it is the responsibility of the road districts to install and maintain railroad crossing signs. This information was forwarded to Harrison and Jackson Township board and the Lock Springs

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Bethany man receives 10-year sentence in meth case

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Virgel M. Newman

Virgel M. Newman, 103, Pattonsburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2003, at a Cameron hospital.

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