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Woodys surprised by lapel pins

Mr. And Mrs. Burr Woody of Gallatin received special lapel pins from the U.S. Secretary of the Air Force in special recognition of their son, Chief Master Sgt. Roger Woody

Mr. And Mrs. Burr Woody of Gallatin received special lapel pins from the U.S. Secretary of the Air Force in special recognition of their son, Chief Master Sgt. Roger Woody, this past week. The tokens of appreciation echo similar recognitions

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Strein, McGee, Wood, Hefley named NW All-District

Seniors Adam Strein, Jason McGee, Sean Wood and Kyle Hefley were selected to the squad that is picked annually by members of the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.

Gallatin’s successful football season and run to the playoffs produced more post season honors this week with the announcement of the Class 1, Northwest All-District Football Teams. Seniors Adam Strein, Jason McGee, Sean Wood and Kyle Hefley were selected to the squad

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Patrick’s dream trip to Disney World comes true

Patrick’s trip was sponsored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation

For his Make-A-Wish experience, seven-year-old Patrick McBroom set his sights on the theme parks in Orlando, Florida, and one of the best parts of his trip was the plane flight to get there.

“He enjoyed the plane ride as much as anything,” said his mother Laura.

Patrick along with members of his family – including his mother Laura Hoyle, his father Kerry

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Landowners interested in EQIP must apply by Jan. 14

EQIP promotes agricultural production and environmental quality

Northwest Missouri landowners interested in participating in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) must apply by Jan. 14, 2005, to be eligible for the next round of funding, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced.

EQIP promotes agricultural production and environmental quality. Through EQIP, farmers and ranchers receive financial and technical assistance to help install structural conservation practices and to implement management systems

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Harvest nears completion in county

The agricultural summary is a weekly report as of November 21.

Over the past week an average of 3.9 days were suitable for fieldwork in the northwest district, according to Crop & Weather Information provided by the USDA. The agricultural summary is a weekly report as of November 21.

In the northwest district 93 percent of the corn and 95 percent of the soybean has been harvested. Ninety-seven percent of

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Bulletin — Wednesday, Nov. 24 — Black Day

Seniors: The University of Mo. In Columbia School of Medicine has application forms for the Conley Scholars Preadmission Program online now. See a counselor for details. 11-26

HS Stream Team will meet at 12:15 during 3rd block tomorrow to hand out T-shirts and take a picture for Stream Team. Check the sheet outside Mr. Steigerwalt’s room to see if you will need to pay $5.00 for your shirt. Please pay

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Post Scripts: Thanksgiving memories – then and now

by Joe Snyder

Thanksgiving Day will mark the beginning of the Christmas Holiday season. No matter how old I get I always manage to anticipate this wonderful time of year, and the joy and inspiration it provides all believers. Plus it’s a memory time for all of us who have fond memories of Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons long past.

About 30 years ago I wrote a column in this newspaper

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The Coonridge Digest: Thankful to be an American

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

Herb’s uncle was hit by about the worst storm our area had ever seen. It struck so quick and so violently that no one ever knew for sure whether it was a tornado, a straight line torrent of wind, or just God havin’ a bad day. Whatever it was, it left Uncle Francis without a garage.

I don’t mean to say his

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Family Daze: Things we should be thankful for, but probably aren’t

by Debbie Farmer

It’s no big news that there is a lot in life to be thankful for. Good friends and family and a nice home and all that. But I’m not really talking about all of those. Nooo, I’m talking about the things that are usually overlooked. The kinds of things that make you want to yell, "Aaarghhh!" And then go break out the cheap cooking sherry. Oh, sure,

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