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The Coonridge Digest: No news, not always good news

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

A fellow marched in to Coonridge about twenty years ago and bought out our local newspaper. He proudly announced that he was starting a new movement in American journalism in that his newspaper would print nothing but good news. If a house burns down, let some other paper cover it. When the mayor’s caught with his drawers down it’d be the job

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Farm Bureau plans meeting for Aug. 5

6:30pm on Thursday

Daviess County Farm Bureau will conduct its annual meeting starting at 6:30pm on Thursday, Aug. 5, at Pattonsburg Senior Center. A review of 2004 policy development questions as presented in the Show-Me magazine will be the focus of the business meeting.

The business meeting will be followed by a meal at 7pm and a presentation by Missouri veterinarian Dr. Taylor Woods. Door prizes, including free memberships and

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Gallatin Rotary Club

July 27 meeting

President Daren Adkins called the July 27 meeting to order at the Breadeaux meeting room with 14 in attendance. Daren reported that the National Rotary is looking to place a female Taiwan student with a good family in the Gallatin area. He also reported having spoken with Allan Lunsford regarding the request for a contribution to the new building at the Daviess County Country Club. After discussion,

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Last swimming classes Aug. 2-6

Gallatin Municipal Pool

The last swimming classes at the Gallatin Municipal Pool are Aug. 2-6. If there is enough interest in the adult class, it will be extended to two weeks. Cost is $10 per student.

From 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., adult swim classes, water safety or exercise classes are available. Notify Jessica King Gannan at 663-3930 at the city pool in the mornings or Ann Schweizer, 663-2087, if

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U. S. 36 Raceway

7/23 Race Results

7/23 Race Results

410 Winged Sprints: 1. J. R. Topper, 2. Mike Lefholz, 3. Randy Hibbs, 4. Frankie Heimbaugh, 5. Kerry Grabill, 6. Ron Lefholz, 7. Kim Kennedy, 8. Jeff Osborn, 9. Pete Crall, 10. Mike Douglas, 11. Travis Cadwallader, 12. Jay Russell, 13. Benjie Douglas.

A Modified: 1. Greg Querry, 2. Lonnie Hibner, 3. Jeff Busse, 4. Jack Stotts, 5. Lee Hibner, 6. Steve Starmer, 7.

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Pattonsburg Softball Practice

Aug. 9-13

Monday, August 9, 2004 – Friday, August 13, 2004 Boys Softball Practice 8:00AM – 10:00AM

Monday, August 9, 2004 – Friday, August 13, 2004 Girls Softball Practice 10:00AM – 12:00PM

Students must have physicals before they will be allowed to practice.

Coach Kirk Sears

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Gallatin Crossroads Basketball Team

ages 12-13

The Gallatin Crossroads Basketball Team (ages 12-13) played in the YMCA League at Cameron, recording an undefeated season until the league championship game when they lost by two points. Team members are, front from left, Alex Critten, Derrick Sprague, Derrick Teel, Tet Maillet, Kayle Hefley; back row, Matt Pottorff, Robert Rhoades, Kyle Croy, and Coach Vance Hefley.

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Fund established to send gymnast’s family to Athens

The family of Terin Humphrey, Olympic gymnast

Bank Midwest has established a fund to help the family of Terin Humphrey, Olympic gymnast, with their travel expenses to the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Terin is the daughter of Steve and Lisa Humphrey and the granddaughter of Jack and Janis Humphrey of Lake Viking. Her father Steve is employed as a commercial loan officer at Bank Midwest in Cameron.

Terin was

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Local students earn degrees at NWSC

Spring semester graduates

MWSC graduates

Missouri Western State College has announced the names of local students who completed the degree requirements during the 2004 spring semester. A total of 395 students received degrees. Graduates include: Nathan Gene King, bachelor of science in construction engineering technology and Tyna Marie Morrison, bachelor of science in elementary education, both of Gallatin; and Lisa Marie Slobodnik, Pattonsburg, bachelor of science in criminal justice, legal

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