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Lake Viking lot #1803 from Kevin Buttle to Joe and Tina Dice, an undivided ½ interest, and Mark and Sheryl Offutt, an undivided ½ interest; Lake Viking lot #S-162 from Ron and Anita Whittington to Daniel and Shannon Reece; tract in Jamesport Township from Jonas and Florence Hostetler to Jonas and Florence Hostetler;

Tract in Jamesport Township from Wayne and Darlene Huey to Wayne and Darlene Huey; tract

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Gallatin R-5 School presents Finders Creepers at Courter Theatre

April 29-30

April 29-30

GHS play at Courter Theatre, “Finders Creepers”

For the past several weeks, the Gallatin High School Players have been eagerly preparing for their spring production of “Finders Creepers.” Directing this year’s cast is Doug Nichols, assisted by Jennifer Chipman. Two performances will be held on April 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. at the Courter Theater. “Finders Creepers” is a mystery-comedy in three acts.

“The kids

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Brook Carder participates in the National PAS Conference

Brook Carder participated in the National Postsecondary Agricultural Students Organization Conference last month.

Brook Carder, Gallatin, was among the 12 NCMC Agriculture & Natural Resources students who participated in the National Postsecondary Agricultural Students Organization Conference last month. The conference was held March 14-19 in Albany, New York. The local students competed in Career Development Activities, attended professional development workshops and PAS business meetings during the conference. Featured speakers were

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Gallatin junior high teams sweep Daviess County Relays

Following are results from junior high competition in the April 13 Daviess County Relays held at GHS

Following are results from junior high competition in the April 13 Daviess County Relays held at GHS —

Boys: 1. Gallatin 137, 2. Tri-County, 72, 3. Winston 63, 4. Pattonsburg 37, 5. (Tie) Gilman City, North Harrison,34, 7. Ridgeway 32, 8. North Daviess 30.

Shot put: D. McCall (TC) 35-11, J. Gienapp (G)

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Commission discovers some Pattonsburg roads have been excluded from CART

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The commission reviewed the mileage in Benton Township, finding that .7 mile in the former city limits of Pattonsburg, known as Highland Street, should be added to the CART program. David Holcomb contacted MoDOT finding that the other streets were also excluded. The district office in St. Joseph will contact the Jefferson City office to determine the location of the paperwork.

Following consultation with the Colfax

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Finders Creepers to be held April 29 and 30

For the past several weeks, the Gallatin High School Players have been eagerly preparing for their spring production of “Finders Creepers.” Directing this year’s cast is Doug Nichols, assisted by Jennifer Chipman. Two performances will be held on April 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. at the Courter Theater. “Finders Creepers” is a mystery-comedy in three acts.

“The kids have been working so hard,” said Doug and Jennifer, who are

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Rains to participate in Agriculture Academy

Riley Rains of Gallatin and 29 other high school sophomores from across Missouri recently were chosen to participate in the 18th class of the Missouri Agribusiness Academy. Sponsored by the Missouri Department of Agriculture (MDA), each year the academy acquaints students with career opportunities available in agriculture and offers them a chance to explore the agribusiness resources in the state.

Riley, a sophomore at Gallatin R-5 High School, is the

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The Coonridge Digest: Watching the royals

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

I may have been the only resident of Coonridge who watched or cared much about Prince Charles’ wedding. British royalty doesn’t rank anywhere near mushrooms or the St. Louis Cardinals as hot topics at the coffee shop. And Prince Charlie has little to recommend him as a charmer.

He has a perpetual hang-dog look about him, undoubtedly inherited from his cheery mother,

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Dancing ‘round the Maypole

by Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

Oh, the merry month of May. Come and dance with around the Maypole!

Celebrate the gift of life. Rejoice in the gift of this new day, a new month.

No! How can I be merry when there is so much sadness and sorrow in this world? How can I sing and dance when the noise of anger and hatred drown out my voice,

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