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Searcy to hold Jump Rope for Heart event

The students of Covel D. Searcy Elementary are jumping at the chance to help fight heart disease and stroke

The students of Covel D. Searcy Elementary are jumping at the chance to help fight heart disease and stroke — our nation’s #1 killer. The week of Feb. 6-10, the school will hold its annual Jump Rope for Heart event. Students will jump rope to raise funds for the American Heart

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Dry Hydrants, trees and birdhouses available

The Green Hills RC&D Council still has dry hydrants that can be installed in the Green Hills area.

The Green Hills RC&D Council still has dry hydrants that can be installed in the Green Hills area. The dry hydrants were supplied by the 2005 Fire Gant and the deadline to receive a dry hydrant is February 2006. Along with a free dry hydrant, a $400 check will be given to

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Don Moore faces future with quiet and confiident faith

Symptoms of Hodgkin’s lymphoma surfaced near the end of Moore’s first semester at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

by Lauri Arnold from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s online site at www.swbts.edu/publicrelations/story, office of public relations press release, Dec. 14, 2005.

Donald Moore, son of Glen and Trudi Burton of Gallatin, knew that a semester that included both Hebrew and Greek wouldn’t be very easy, but he had no idea that his biggest

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What’s next? How about mares’ milk…really!

by T.L. Huffman

Over 70 people, mostly Amish, gathered Monday evening, Jan. 23, at the Jamesport Community building to learn more about marketing mares milk.

The idea was introduced to the Jamesport community by a Texan named Noel Wiley and his wife, Irma. Irma and Noel of San Benito, Tex.,
buy a lot of their horses and carriages from Elmer Beechy of Jamesport and have been coming up to the

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USDA: No bills without service

Agency which financed city’s sewer project recants previous decision; credits to apply so that new rates will begin for all with billing due on April 1.

Citizen’s complaints regarding unfair sewer bills voiced during a meeting of Gallatin aldermen on Jan. 9 got a fresh review by a USDA after continued inquiries by city officials. And new rates for sewer service will now become effective on utility billing due on

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Gallatin Bulletin: Thursday, January 26, 2006 — Red Day

Teachers:

Morning supervision for Jan 30-Feb 3 is: Ms. Dyke-C, Coach Cole-G, Mrs. Adams-H.

Students:

Juniors and seniors: Please remember to register for the ACT “ZAP” workshop by Feb. 1st. 2-1

JH Science Olympiad will have all events meet every day after school. The Science Olympiad will be this Saturday, January 28th. 1-27

Attention FFA Officers: There will be an FFA officer meeting at 7:30am on

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Gallatin Bulletin: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 — Black Day

Students:

Sophomores: Two summer leadership programs are available to you. Both are 3 days long on college campuses and are offered at no cost. See Mr. Batson for information. 1-25

Sophomores and juniors: Applications are now available for Engineering Summer Camps on the University of Missouri campus. See Mr. Batson for information. 2-1

Seniors: Maple Woods Community College is offering a “Leadership Grant” to Missouri high school graduates with a

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R-3 contracts new first and second grade teacher

North Daviess R-3 Board of Education offered a contract to Jennifer Garten to teach first and second grade

The North Daviess R-3 Board of Education offered a contract to Jennifer Garten to teach first and second grade after returning from an executive session of their regular meeting held Monday, Jan. 16, at Coffey.

The school calendar was amended to dismiss school to allow for an all day in-service day on

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Christopher Cameron moves on to state

Christopher Cameron received first place in the eight-nine age division for the Elks Hoop Shoot

Christopher Cameron received first place in the eight-nine age division for the Elks Hoop Shoot contest held at Maryville on Jan. 14. He shot 22 out of 25 free throws. Christopher will advance to state competition in St. Louis on Feb. 4. He is the son of Charles and Belinda Cameron of Pattonsburg.

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