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Letter to the Editor from Sheila Johnson, Stanberry

Dear Editor and Readers:

Will you vote to fortify or to desecrate and destroy marriage as we have known it since time began–one man and one woman? We must protect marriage by amending our state constitution on Tuesday, August 3. Your vote is three times more powerful in the primary election when less than 1/3 of the voters come to the polls as will vote in the general election.

Do

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We say “Vote No” on Amendment No. 1 next Tuesday.

First it was gaming on Missouri River waters only. Then we winked at buildings with foundations built to resemble riverboats along trenches. Secondly, it was gaming with limits to safeguard against gambling addiction. Then we winked at changes in the limits each individual was allowed to play. Thirdly, we were told how gambling revenue would benefit public education. Then we winked as legislators reallocated funding away from public education nearly

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YES on Amendment No. 2

Missourians will be the first state in the nation to vote on a Constitutional Amendment next Tuesday to determine whether only a man and woman can legally be married in the state. We say “Vote Yes” to clearly define marriage as Biblically described and traditionally observed. A “yes” vote casts a vote against same-sex marriage.

To date, at least 39 states, including Missouri, have specifically rejected by statute the recognition

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Family Daze: Theme park vacation

by Debbie Farmer

Face it, something strange happens when you take your family on vacation to a theme park. Oh, I’m not talking about Big Foot sightings or alien abductions or anything like that. I’m about the strange thing that happens to otherwise reasonable people who are suddenly willing pay exorbitant prices to experience the very same conditions they strive to avoid the rest of the year. It’s bizarre, I

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Gallatin nabs 17 Golds at FCCLA National Leadership meeting at Chicago

Gallatin FCCLA members competed in Illustrated Talk, Junior, and Parliamentary Procedure, Junior and Senior categories

Nearly 5,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisers, alumni and guests from across the country gathered in Chicago July 11-5 for the 2004 FCCLA National Leadership Meeting.

Of nearly 5,000 meeting attendees, over 2,300 participated in the STAR Event National level program in 16 categories. Gallatin FCCLA members competed in Illustrated

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Identity theft growing, you could be next victim

A lecture on identity theft was presented by FBI Special Agent Mickey Roberts recently at the Senior Center in Gallatin

A lecture on identity theft was presented by FBI Special Agent Mickey Roberts recently at the Senior Center in Gallatin. Agent Roberts is based in St. Joseph. He covers 17 counties, including Daviess.

“There isn’t a lot of good news,” Agent Roberts said. “Identity theft is the fastest growing crime

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Stabbing suspect still at large

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Coffey man in connection with a stabbing that occurred during an altercation at the residence of Bradley Nalle, Pattonsburg, on July 24. Casey Anderson of Pattonsburg was stabbed five times in the back and elbow and was taken to the Cameron Regional Medical Center for treatment. The suspect has been charged with the Class C felony of assault 2nd degree

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Seeking out Daviess County ‘invisible’ population

“Most of the seniors I’ve worked with are proud individuals,” says Shelley Elbert, long-term care specialist for 18 counties in Northwest Missouri

They’ve been called the invisible population. Some are socially isolated and retiring by their nature; don’t see or hear so good anymore; don’t think as clearly as they used to; and a lot of times don’t feel all that well. They are the elderly.

And they are vulnerable

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Billie Doying

A memorial inurnment service will be held for Billie A. (Brown) Doying

A memorial inurnment service will be held for Billie A. (Brown) Doying, the daughter of Jay and Betty Youtsey of Gallatin, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, July 31, 2004, at Floral Hills Cemetery, 7100 Blue Ridge Blvd., Kansas City, Mo., for family and friends.

She passed away May 30, 2004, at her home in Maple Grove, Minn. She was

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