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Steven Ginn

Steven Eugene Ginn, 42, Maysville, died Monday, June 27, 2005

Graveside services for Steven Ginn will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 30, at Fairport Cemetery, Fairport. The service is under the direction of Bram Funeral Home, Maysville, where friends may call anytime.

Steven Eugene Ginn, 42, Maysville, died Monday, June 27, 2005, near his home north of Maysville. Mr. Ginn was born on July 6, 1962, to Lloyd

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Nile G. Frost

Nile G. Frost, 89, died Tuesday, June 28, at Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph

Funeral services for Nile Frost will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 2, at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Friends may call at 10 a.m. on Friday, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Burial will be at Civil Bend Christian Cemetery, near Pattonsburg.

Nile G. Frost, 89,

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Fatality accident

Steve Lukehart of Gallatin, 41, died in an accident which occurred at the Gallatin Lumber Company Wednesday, June 29. Further information was unavailable at press time.

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Old elm tree had been around a long time

Going, going, gone

The large, old elm tree on the northeast corner of the Gallatin square was taken down last Wednesday, a victim of Dutch Elm disease. Although it has not been determined when the tree was actually planted, examination of some old pictures of the Gallatin square shows that the tree was not evident in 1915. In the 1940s, however, photos show the tree had reached a fairly substantial

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Bridgeman reunion at the Altamont Hall

July 3 at noon

Bridgeman reunion Sunday, July 3 in Altamont at the Altamont Hall. Lunch at noon.

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Bulldog basketball camps at GHS

Coach Martin Sweatman will hold two basketball camps in the Gallatin High School gym during the week of July 11-15 for boys in grades 7 through 12. Junior high camp will run from 9 to 11 a.m. daily. High school basketball players will have camp from 7 to 9 p.m. each evening.

Camps will consist of fundamental skills, as well as individual contests and instruction. There is no cost for

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U. S. 36 Raceway

6/24 Race Results & 6/25 Drag Results

6/24 Race Results

410 Winged Sprints, feature: 1. Jim Cameron, 2. Kim Kennedy, 3. J. R. Topper, 4. Robby Ross, 5. Mike Lefholz, 6. Ron Lefholz, 7. Tim Newman, 8. Chris Couch, 9. Kerry Grabil, 10. Mike Douglas, 11. Benji Douglas.

A Modified, A feature: 1. Chad Shaw, 2. Lonnie Hibner, 3. Lee Hibner, 4. Truman Asher, 5. Dennis Elliott, 6. Greg Querry,

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Foley still a leader in track competition

Eddie, a 1991 graduate and former Gallatin R-5 state track medalist recently competed

Ed Foley, a former Gallatin R-5 state track medalist who hadn’t entered competition in more than four years, was a gold medalist and team point leader in the Kansas City Corporate Challenge. Mr. Foley competed for H&R Block, scoring points in long jump, dash and relay runs.

This year was the 26th year for the Kansas City

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Foreign landowners must report holding

The Secretary of Agriculture has delegated the responsibility for collecting this information to the Farm Service Agency.

Kirby Payne, county executive director of the Daviess County Farm Service Agency, today reminded foreign investors who buy, sell or hold a direct or indirect interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required under the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act to report their holdings and transactions to the U.S.

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