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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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4th Annual Trunk-n-Treat Fall Extravaganza

Oct. 31, 5:30-8pm

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No powerball luck? Back to reality

Yep, I checked and I am pretty sure that none of us won the $340 million Powerball Lottery

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Sisters Six Annual Craft show

Nov. 4, 3-7pm & Nov. 5, 8am

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Veteran’s Day

Nov. 11

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Bulletin — Wednesday, Oct. 26 — Red Day

HS girl’s basketball practice will begin on Monday, Oct. 31st. You

will need to have a physical turned into the office before you may

practice. 10-28

Picture retakes will be Wednesday, November 2nd. They will begin with the elementary at 8:30am.

JH Science Olympiad events for this week will be Wheeled Vehicles –

Thursday 3:15.

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Bulletin — Tuesday, Oct. 25 — Black Day

HS girl’s basketball practice will begin on Monday, Oct. 31st. You

will need to have a physical turned into the office before you may

practice. 10-28

Picture retakes will be Wednesday, November 2nd. They will begin with the elementary at 8:30am.

Remember HS Stream Team members who signed up for testing the Grand

River today,

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Bulletin — Monday, Oct. 24 — Red Day

HS girl’s basketball practice will begin on Monday, Oct. 31st. You

will need to have a physical turned into the office before you may

practice. 10-28

Picture retakes will be Wednesday, November 2nd. They will begin with the elementary at 8:30am.

It’s time again for our fall Scholastic Book Fair. The book fair

will be

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George Lee

George W. Lee, 81, Coffey, died Oct. 16, 2005, at Cameron Regional Medical Center.

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Naomi Swartz

Naomi May Swartz, 74, Winston, died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005.

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Maedene Moody

Maedene Moody, 79, Liberty, formerly of Pattonsburg and Gallatin, died Oct. 13, 2005, at a Liberty health-care center.

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Raymond McLey

Raymond “Brammy” McLey, 77, Pattonsburg, died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005.

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Free 2005 Mormon history caravan tour

An exciting tour of lesser known Mormon history sites at 10 a.m. on Oct. 21.

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NCMC sorority welcomes new members

Phi Mu Epsilon sorority initiated new members on Sept. 28 in a luncheon ceremony.

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Pattonsburg R-2 School News

Panther Band places second in Missouri Days Parade

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Gage Adair Iddings

Derrick and Katie Iddings are proud to announce the birth of their son, Gage Adair Iddings, born Aug. 31 at Heartland Regional Medical Center.

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Representatives view “Walk of Honor”; would like to see more such projects

3rd District Rep. Jim Whorton and 89th District Rep. Jack Jackson, Chairman of the Veterans Committee, stopped in Gallatin on Thursday, Oct. 13, to view the Walk of Honor

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Bulletin — Friday, Oct. 21 — Black Day

HS girl’s basketball practice will begin on Monday, Oct. 31st. You

will need to have a physical turned into the office before you may

practice. 10-28

If you plan to take a guest to Homecoming that is not a student at GHS, you need to fill out a guest pass in the office. 10-20

HS

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The United Nations and the Kingdom of God

by Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

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Landowners testify about eminent domain concerns

Missouri Governor Matt Blunt’s Eminent Domain Task Force met Thursday for panel discussions with landowners affected by current eminent domain law. Task force members are ensuring they have a complete understanding of problems Missouri landowners have with the present law.

“These landowners are in areas where their property has been directly impacted by, or may

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He knows what baseball’s all about…

Don Maillet writes about chance meeting, wins trip to Cooperstown

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Bohannons head expansion program for USA Mortgage

Mike and Linda Bohannon were recently named Northwest Missouri Area Representatives

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Construction begins on BRO project despite utility conflict

County Commission

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Sheriff’s Department

Brenda Clevenger, 25, Jamesport, was arrested Oct. 15 for the class C felony of endangering the welfare of a child. She posted $5,000 bond.

Melanie Adams, 40, Cameron was arrested Oct. 13 for felony passing bad checks. She posted $1,500 bond.

Gina Ewing, 34, Galt, was arrested Oct. 11 for failure to appear for a

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First Responders answer the call

U.S. Congressman Sam Graves

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Japan still top customer for U.S. farmers, but…

by Charles Kruse

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