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 Results of Gallatin FFA Tractor Pull

There were a total of 180 hooks during the Gallatin FFA Tractor Pull held Saturday, June 26.

There were a total of 180 hooks during the Gallatin FFA Tractor Pull held Saturday, June 26. Top three placings are as follows:

Farm: 0-3250: Danny Clevenger, Tyson Milligan, Randy Zeornes; Farm 3250-3500: Tim Hamilton, Tyson Milligan; Farm 3501-4500: Norris Hensley, Tim Hamilton, Tyson Milligan; Farm 4501-5500: Darrell Still, Virgil Britt, Brice Clevenger;

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College students earn honors, graduate semester

 K-State and MU

Stephen Glenn Brown of Pattonsburg was among more than 1,625 students earning semester honors from Kansas State University for their academic performance during the 2004 spring semester. Students receiving semester honors also receive commendation from their deans, with the honors recorded on their permanent academic records. Students receiving semester honors rank in the top 10 percent of their class within their respective colleges and were enrolled

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Gallatin Girls Softball Purple Team takes fourth place

The team earned fourth in the end of season tourney.

Members of the Gallatin II Girls Softball Purple Team, grades three to five, are pictured, left to right, front row, Kourtney Bird, Ashley Huffman, Bailey Bozarth, Kelsey Bird; back row, Kylie Cameron, Tahler Cameron, Tory Wood, Ashley Burns, Megan Beck. Coaches are Marcia Bird and Marvel Beck. The team earned fourth in the end of season tourney.

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Work has begun on play station at park

Spencer Refrigeration Company out of Perry, Iowa, was awarded the bid to erect the play station during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Park Board

Spencer Refrigeration Company out of Perry, Iowa, was awarded the bid to erect the play station during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Park Board held Monday, June 21. Work started Tuesday, June 22. The board anticipated that the play set will be ready for

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Boyd-King engagement announced

Amanda L. Boyd, Gallatin and Nathan G. King, Gallatin, announce their engagement.

Amanda L. Boyd, daughter of Bart and Rebecca Boyd of Gallatin, and Nathan G. King, son of Wayne King, Gallatin, and Arlena Worrell, Brawley, Calif., announce their engagement. A wedding date is planned for June 2005. Amanda is a graduate of Gallatin High School and is attending Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph. She is employed at

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Hospital Notes

Doyle Patton

Doyle Patton is in North Kansas City Hospital in CVICU.

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Brantley Nevin Burns

Brantley Nevin was born at 1:55 a.m. on June 11

Stacy and Kristy Burns of Gallatin would like to announce the birth of Brantley Nevin, born at 1:55 a.m. on June 11, 2004, at Heartland Regional Medical Center. Brantley weighed 7 pounds, and was 19 inches long. He joins a sister Aubrey Nichole, 2, at home.

Maternal grandparents are Laura Olsen of Cameron, and Gary and Mary Olsen of Altamont.

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Three from area injured in accidents

A Jamesport youth received minor injuries in an accident on Tuesday, June 22

A Jamesport youth received minor injuries in an accident on Tuesday, June 22, at about 5:30 p.m. in Daviess County.

According to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as Cory Archer, 17, was northbound on Hwy. J about four miles south of Altamont. He ran off the right side of the road and

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More new books at county library

In honor of Rex T. Jackson, Eula Jackson placed “James B. Eads: the Civil War Ironclads and his Mississippi.”

The following books have been placed in the Daviess County Library.

In honor of Rex T. Jackson, Eula Jackson placed “James B. Eads: the Civil War Ironclads and his Mississippi.” The New York School District IV placed “A is for Abigail: an almanac of amazing American women” by Lynne Cheney. Billie

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