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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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Card shower for Dean Merrigan

A card shower is planned for Dean Merrigan who will turn 80 on June 6. Send cards to Dean at 23341 State Hwy. B, Coffey, Mo., 64636.

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Gallatin Clubs

Gallatin Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution

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Annual Jamesport Alumni Banquet set for May 28

The Annual Jamesport Tri-County School Alumni Banquet will be held on Saturday, May 28 in the high school auditorium.

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Jurors selected for June term

The following jurors were drawn to serve as Petit Jurors in the Circuit Court

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King-Boyd will wed on June 11

Nathan Gene King and Amanda Lynn Boyd will be wed at 3 p.m. on June 11, 2005

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Coleman-McCrary engaged to be married

Amy Lynn Coleman and Shannon Tavis McCrary are engaged to be married.

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Chautauqua meeting at Breadeaux Pizza

June 21, 7 p.m.

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Bulletin — Monday, May 23 — Red Day

The following junior high track girls still need to turn in uniforms. You will not be able to check out until you do so…

Ashley Beck, Carly Boyd, Shelby Chadwick, Bailey Hixson, Coral Millsap, Maggie Strange, Marquis Wheeler

There will be a short meeting for HS football players during 2nd

seminar today. 8th and 9th

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Bulletin — Friday, May 20 — Black Day

There will be a girl’s golf meeting in the library today. Girls who

participated in spring golf are encouraged to bring in their practice

calendars. 8th and 9th grade girls who plan on playing next fall need to eat first lunch shift. 5-19

The following junior high track girls still need to turn in uniforms.

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Jonathan Arnold on All-Conference Academic Team

Jonathan Arnold, son of Linda and Mike Arnold, was chosen for the 2005 Grand River All-Conference Academic Team.

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Chute basketball camps offered

Chute Basketball Shooting Camps, headquartered in Newell, Iowa, have included Gallatin High School as part of their 2005 summer schedule.

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Chute basketball camps offered

Chute Basketball Shooting Camps, headquartered in Newell, Iowa, have included Gallatin High School as part of their 2005 summer schedule.

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Search for city administrator continues

The position of city administrator was tentatively offered an individual during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen

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“Teeth on the Go” visits Winston

Delta Dental of Missouri’s Tooth Wizard and PlaqueMan characters talked with 75 children from the Winston School District

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Gallatin FFA celebrates outstanding year

A crowd of nearly 300 celebrated another outstanding year for the Gallatin FFA Chapter at the Annual Parent Members Banquet held May 4 in the elementary school gym.

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Gallatin Clubs

Lake Viking Homemakers Club; Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Post #2172; Daviess County Business Women’s Association

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Ultimate sacrifice of area police officers recognized with proclamation

May 15-21 is National Peace Officer Memorial Week.

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Pattonsburg city proceeds with street repair

Ed Meador updated the council on the repair of the city streets during the regular meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen held Wednesday, May 11

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5th graders tour Terry Implement

Gallatin fifth graders visited their Partner in Education Terry Implement

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Christian church gets new sign

First Christian Church of Gallatin, located south on Hwy. 13, had a new sign put up on Tuesday, May 17.

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Kindergarteners plant a tree to celebrate Arbor Day

The kindergarten classes at Searcy Elementary celebrated Arbor Day by planting a tree.

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Two area accidents reported by patrol

Jauerjya Mansoor, 19, Glendale Heights, Ill., received serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident on I-35 at about 6:53 p.m. on Saturday, May 14.

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Peace Officer’s Memorial May 20

The public is invited to attend a Peace Officer’s Memorial Observance Ceremony at 12 noon on Friday, May 20.

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Civil Court

North Kansas City Hospital, plaintiff, vs. Tracy McFadin, defendant: Cause against defendant was dismissed by plaintiff without prejudice.

St. Luke’s Hospital of Trenton, plaintiff, vs. Brenda S. Turner, F/K/A Brenda S. McLaughlin, and Jack Turner, defendants: Judgment was entered for the plaintiff on all four counts for a total of $3,946.57 plus interest and costs.

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Circuit Court



In State of Missouri vs. Tammy Curtis, heard May 17 before Judge Stephen Griffin, the defendant entered a guilty plea to an amended charge of interfering with custody, class A misdemeanor. The imposition of sentence was suspended, and she received two years probation.

Criminal cases filed: William E. Loucks, burglary 2nd degree, class

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