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City approves repairs to cemeteries; 87 blocks to be paved this summer

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen carried a motion to approve the estimate of $1,130 for Richard Curtis to do repairs, which includes leveling the stones and filling in the graves, at the Brown and Greenwood Cemeteries during their regular meeting held Monday, May 23.

Teddy Holcomb submitted to the board a list of the streets projected to be paved this summer. Those streets and the 87 blocks to be paved

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Memorial Day ceremony at Lyle Cemetery; Ladies Auxiliary collecting for veterans

Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 30

Members of V.F.W. Post #2172 and the American Legion Post #68 will hold their annual Memorial Day service at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 30, at the flag pole at Lyle Cemetery. The featured speaker will be Rev. Russ Hamilton of the Gallatin Christian Church and the public is invited to attend.

The Ladies Auxiliary of Frank Frazier VFW #2172

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The Coonridge Digest: Ideal generations

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

I know I graduated. I have the diploma. But I’ll be darned if I can remember a single other thing about that hot night long, long ago, in a gymnasium far, far away. One thing: the gowns were cotton and not the swish-ily comfortable plastic gowns of today. I can vaguely remember shaking the principal’s hand just before I made a dash

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Family Daze: Confessions of a Renegade Mom

by Debbie Farmer

Every once in awhile, I like to look through the family album and reminisce about all the times I felt that I had hit rock bottom. Now if you are the type of person who is always on time for the carpool, remembers to attend PTA meetings, and balances your checkbook just move along quietly down the page. This column is not for you. If, on the

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Post Scripts: Memory of war

by Joe Snyder

I’m just an old man now, a few weeks short of my 87th birthday, yet my recollection of the two wars I participated in remains vivid in my memory. Not that much of it is worth remembering, but my recollection of those days is deteriorating, piece by piece, but it doesn’t matter because I don’t need or want them any more.

Still, some highlights dominate. I still

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Remember those who sacrificed on Memorial Day

by U.S. Congressman Sam Graves

by U.S. Congressman Sam Graves

At 5 a.m. on April 19 in 1775, the ‘shot heard round the world’ was fired at Lexington, Massachusetts. That night over 700 British Redcoats had marched through the night to restore order in the colonies. They were met at Lexington by 77 minutemen. Now 230 years later no one knows who took the first shot, but within minutes eight

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Dying for a three-day weekend

by Denny Banister

by Denny Banister

Grandma Stuhlmann called it Decoration Day. As a youngster, I remember wondering why grandma had a different name for Memorial Day, but historically, she was correct. The original intent of Memorial Day was to decorate with flowers the graves of Civil War dead, both Union and Confederate, at Arlington National Cemetery – it was called Decoration Day.

While that first recognition occurred in 1868,

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A day for remembering

Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

Memorial Day is a time to pause and remember. Remember those men and women who died for their country in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan. Young and old, they heard the call of duty, marched off to war to defend their country and to fight for our freedom.

Many came

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For default in the payment of debt by BRYCE BURTON

TRUSTEE’S SALE

In Re: BRYCE BURTON, a single person

TRUSTEE’S SALE – For default in the payment of debt and performance of obligation described in and secured by Deed of Trust executed by BRYCE BURTON, a single person dated 10/24/2003, and recorded on 10/24/2003 in Book 204, page 54 in the office of the Recorder of Deed for Daviess County, MISSOURI, the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the

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