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Civil Court

Wells Fargo Bank NA, plaintiff, vs. Gordon R. Sieger and John Doe: Court finds the property in the petition is being unlawfully detained and orders judgment in favor of plaintiff for possession of property.

La Pointe Cedar Products Inc., plaintiff, vs. Jim Seib, d/b/a Grand River Country Store, defendant: Plaintiff’s motion for default judgment is granted, judgment entered for the plaintiff in the amount of $15,791 plus interest and costs.

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Marriages

Kenneth Ray Hurkman and Lisa Ann Przybylski, both of Hamilton, were united in marriage on Oct. 22, 2004, by Judge Daren Adkins. Eldon Eugene Flaherty and Crystal Marie Norris, both of Cameron, were married Oct. 25, 2004, by Judge Adkins.

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Bob Bruner serves as interim superintendent

Bob Bruner began as interim superintendent at Pattonsburg R-2 last Thursday morning. He will lead the school through the remainder of the school year, the ongoing investigative process, and until the district can secure replacement for a superintendent for 2005-2006.

Mr. Bruner retired from education in Missouri in 1997. Before 1997, he served 12 years in education in Tarkio as superintendent. For seven years prior to that he was with

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Internal investigation ongoing at R-2

Funds may be missing from the district’s account

An internal investigation is being conducted at the Pattonsburg R-2 School District after preliminary indications revealed funds missing from the district’s account, according to Craig Lambert, president of the R-2 Board of Education.

In a statement released Wednesday, Oct. 20, Mr. Lambert stated that the district’s insurance carrier and law enforcement agencies have been notified and an investigation is ongoing. The board’s

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Family Daze: Merry Hallow-thanks-mas!

by Debbie Farmer

I don’t want to alarm anybody, but apparently Christmas, bored with overshadowing Thanksgiving, is now taking over Halloween.

Yes, it’s true. I know this because yesterday, in the local discount store, I saw a mechanical Santa Claus ringing a bell next to a smoking cauldron. I walked past a herd of stuffed Rudolph mixed in with bags of green spider webs and flourescent skulls. And I stopped

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The Coonridge Digest: Be proud to vote!

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Herb, who put the Bush sign up in our yard?"

Who do you think?"

This is ridiculous! We’ve got a Bush sign on one side of the porch and a Kerry placard on the other. People will think we’ve gone around the bend."

I say they had us pegged about right then, Freida."

We’re canceling each other out!"

Been doin’ that for

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Letter from Jim Wycoff

Chief Wycoff also presented awards to citizens for service to the community

Chief Wycoff presented the following awards to citizens for service to the community: Trudy Burton, Deborah Perez, Timothy Osborne, Susan Kiriakos, Cassie Richards, Carla Arnold, Joe Griffin, Sue Downey, Henry Cox and John Whitfield received the Community Policing Citizen Service Award; Jack Mooney and Doyle Patton received the Meritorious Community Service Award; Sergeant Mark Richards, Police Chaplain (Captain)

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Letter to the Editor from Albert D. Cross, M.D.

Dear Editor:

As we approach possibly the most important election in our lifetime, I wonder why certain people belong to a particular party. I have known many people who believed in the philosophy of one party but were loyal to the other party. I suspect they have followed the same party as their parents or just didn’t go to the trouble to learn the philosophies and objectives of the parties.

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Letter to the Editor from Donna Carter

Dear Editor:

After several weeks of “letters to the editor” concerning Joe Snyder’s column, I can no longer keep silent. He honorably served our country during World War II and just because he writes concerning his experiences and also thoughts about what is taking place in our world, must we criticize him so unmercifully? He has legitimate concerns about our standing in the world.

As a child, I remember crawling

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