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Floods and rainbows

Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

I stood in the pouring rain listening to the waters rush against the levee.

I figured I had two choices: either move to higher ground before the levee broke or build an ark. Noah experienced the worst flood in human history.

We Missourians experienced our worst flood in 1993. Many lost all their treasured possessions. Some lost their lives. In the face of disaster

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Sheriff’s Department

Shiloh McClelland, 34, Palmyra, was charged on July 21 with a class D felony probation violation for DWI. He is being held at Ray County Correctional Center on $75,000 bond.

Clayton Heiber, 29, Hamilton, was arrested July 21 for probation violations on an original charge of felony stealing. He is being held at Ray County Correctional Center without bond.

Gerald Thomas Franks, 45, Independence, was arrested July 22 for felony

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Circuit Court

Criminal cases filed: State of Missouri vs. Alicia Johnston, two counts of criminal non-support, class D felony; State vs. James W. Miller, burglary, class C felony, stealing, class A misdemeanor; State vs. Sandra G. Stevens, two counts aggravated stalking, class D felony, 11 counts harassment, class A misdemeanor; State vs. Larry Lee Dolash, involuntary manslaughter, class C felony, DWI, class B misdemeanor.

Civil cases filed: Donald Richard Dutro vs. Donna

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Land Transfers

Warranty Deeds

Lake Viking lot #115 from Jack and Bernadine Masters to Aaron and Amy Mort; tract in Monroe Township from Kenney and Susan Whitney to Charles and Nichelle Cameron; lot in Pattonsburg from Stephen Lee Loxterman and Stefanie and Steven Belshe to Catalina Nieto; lots and partial lot in Gallatin from Billy L. Wright Jr., and DaLana Wright to Andrew Maslich; lots in Pattonsburg from George R. Walker to

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R-2 tax rate hearing set for Aug. 17

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education set the tax rate hearing for Wednesday, Aug. 17, during their regular July meeting.

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education set the tax rate hearing for Wednesday, Aug. 17, during their regular July meeting.

The board discussed the co-op sports agreement with North Daviess. Originally the board had voted to approve the agreement; however the High School Activities Association presented a clarification that co-op

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Reunions

Gardner and Heldenbrand

Gardner

The Gardner reunion was Sunday, July 24, at the Pattonsburg Senior Center. Those attending were Delbert and Lavena Lowrey, Karma Epperson, Dot McGhghey, Carol Cook, Carrie Walker and children, Chad, Braydon and Shaylee, Larry and Cathie Robertson, Joe and Dolores Cameron, Larry and Sally Cameron, Helen Gardner, Frances Lowery, Ray and Karen Kuykendal, Ernie and Judy Gardner, Mandi Waters and children, Jennifer, J.J., Maddylen and McKindey

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Grant Simmons takes second in his age group at golf tournament

Winners were decided in 10 age groups at the Rex Pettegrew Youth Open Golf tournament

Winners were decided in 10 age groups at the Rex Pettegrew Youth Open Golf tournament, held Friday, July 15, at the Riverside Country Club, Trenton. In the boys six to eight age group, Grant Simmons, 8, son of Dennis and Kelly Simmons of Gallatin, shot a 19 to take second place. There were 74 golfers

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Noted entertainer coming to Gallatin

Greg Simpson will be performing in Gallatin’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Assembly Hall on Friday, July 29.

Nominated by the Faith Centered Music Association for both Male Vocalist of the Year and Contemporary Recording of the Year, Greg Simpson will be performing in Gallatin’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Assembly Hall on Friday, July 29.

Mr. Simpson, touring throughout the United States this summer, is

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Western announces Spring 2005 graduates

Missouri Western State College has announced the names of students who completed the degree requirements during the 2005 spring semester.

Missouri Western State College has announced the names of students who completed the degree requirements during the 2005 spring semester. A total of 462 students received degrees. Graduates include: Amanda Lynn Boyd, bachelor of science in mathematics; Cindy Jenice Burke, bachelor of science in business administration, management, general business; Christina

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