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Letter to the Editor from John and Connie Thomas

Dear Darryl,

I have a favor to ask of you Mr. Editor. Could you please help us find out who gave mouth to mouth during the Chautauqua? We need to identify this young man who is an angel and we need to thank him for the resuscitation process that keeps the brain cells alive and allowed us to visit with mother before she passed. She rallied Sunday morning for several

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Letter to the Editor from Cindy Hutchcraft, Director of Camp Quality

Dear Editor:

We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the media and the public for their support of Camp Quality Northwest Missouri (NWMO).

This year, we had 107 children attend camp, as well as approximately 450 volunteers. Each and every person made Camp Quality NWMO truly great. We would not be able to give these children with cancer a chance to be children again if it were not

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Letter to the Editor from Bud Atwood

Dear Editor:

Neither political party has the guts to tackle the national debt problem. To do so would be putting the country’s good ahead of their political careers. Most voters do not want to hear about pay as you go, conserve, and live within your means.

Kerry would raise taxes on the rich to balance our yearly budget and to start paying down the seven trillion dollar national debt. Bush

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Letter to the Editor from John E. Wood

Dear Editor:

I don’t know if it is the devil or just the lack of God. Years ago our government told me I couldn’t recognize God unless I had God’s signature. I do have it, but I couldn’t make it small enough for them to see.

You can blame the building in Oklahoma and the towers on me. If I had proved that God was real, they wouldn’t happen.

Clinton

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Halloween treats at the park

Halloween treats will again be handed out at Dockery Park in Gallatin this year. Michelle Allen was placed in charge of getting the treats and putting them together for the event during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Park Board held Tuesday, Sept. 21.

Cassie Richards will continue looking into the possibility of getting a carnival to come during the Daviess County fair. She will contact Lance Rains about the

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PWSD#1 lines replaced; work on tower has begun

According to clerk Pat Stitt of Public Water Supply District #1 of Daviess County, new water lines between Pattonsburg and Winston have been laid and footing for a new water tower has begun.

Great Plains Construction Company out of Lancaster has replaced the four-inch water line from old Pattonsburg to the town of Winston. They are running an eight-inch line to the Winston tower and a six-inch line from the

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GHS girls earn share of their first ever GRC softball title

Gallatin Bulldogs beats KC, Albany trips Maysville to put 1st title in record books

Gallatin softballers plowed their way through a brutal six-games-in-six-days schedule, but in the end saw nothing but sunshine at the end of the tunnel.

While Gallatin was home Tuesday in the process of beating King City, Albany was finding a way to knock off Maysville in Albany. The Lady Warriors upended the Lady Wolverines, 3-2, to

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R-5 board focuses on academic performance

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education heard an update on the results of the Missouri Assessment Program

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education heard an update on the results of the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) test results during their regular meeting held Thursday, Sept. 16. MAP test scores are used to determine if a school has met the goals for Annual Yearly Performance (AYP). AYP is a specific annual goal

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Hunter Education Class to be offered Oct. 9

The Missouri Department of Conservation will sponsor a one day hunter education class on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Dockery Park Building in Gallatin. The class will start at 8 a.m. and finish around 7 p.m. Hunter education certification is limited to persons 11 years of age and older.

Students under 16 must bring proof of age to class. Seating is limited, therefore, each student must pre-register by calling Alan

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