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Carder-Kreatz exchanged vows Aug. 12

Brook Elizabeth Carder and Justin Michael Kreatz exchanged wedding vows Aug. 12, 2006.

Pastor Russ Hamilton officiated the ceremony at the First Christian Church in Gallatin. Parents of the couple are Carl and Sherri Carder of Gallatin and Galen and Charlene Karger of Chillicothe.

The bride wore a white satin strapless gown with train; she carried a bouquet of wild flowers. The groom wore a white tux. The bride’s attendants

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Letter to the editor – Crusaders Sunday School Class

To the mayor and aldermen of Gallatin City Hall.

We, the undersigned, members of the Crusaders Sunday School Class of the First Christian Church in Gallatin, are disappointed that the nativity scene and other holiday lights are not prominently displayed on the courthouse lawn where people of all ages can enjoy them.

Mary Ann Heldenbrand, Janet Snidow, Bob Snidow, Jack Swofford, Delma Rodgers, LaVaughn Thomas, Marge Hennen, Wayne Plowman, Pauline

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Letter to the editor – B.L. Martin

What feelings do we experience when we read or hear in the media about issues concerning pro-abortion (called pro-choice, which sounds more positive and reduces feelings of guilt) and anti-abortion (called pro-life only by Christian media because "anti" sounds more negative, more aggressive)?

May we never become so desensitized that we lose sight of the fact that lives are being destroyed <197> millions!

And whose lives are we destroying? Potential

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Letter to the editor – Vicki Rains

Didn’t the Park Board, organizations and individuals do a wonderful job decorating the park? It is beautiful and fun!

However, people going through town will think we are a town without Christmas. The park cannot be seen by any main road. Before we moved back, we looked forward to seeing the beautiful courthouse. This year the lights that work are far from attractive. Many people in the community contributed to

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Letter to the editor – William Reed

How often do we think about HIV and AIDS?

If we’re honest, our answer would probably be "rarely." But it’s time to change that. We must change our priorities and face down this deadly pandemic.

The world is connected today not only by technology and commerce, but also by disease and natural disasters. The way we live, how we treat others, and what we do (or don’t do) matters. Worldwide,

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Letter to the editor – Paul Hamby

The Missouri Dept Of Ag is airing paid radio advertisements for voluntary premise registration of any property that livestock are located on in Missouri.

Please do not register your premise.

The Missouri Dept Of Ag is airing paid radio advertisements for voluntary premise registration of any property that livestock are located on in Missouri.

Please do not register your premise.

This program is part of the proposed National Animal ID

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Family Daze: Goldfish dreams of grandeur

by Debbie Farmer

It’s clear to me that there are two types of goldfish owners in this world: those who have tanks with schools of thriving fish that vaguely resemble a display in the local aquarium, and others who might as well save time by taking their goldfish directly from the pet store to the nearest toilet bowl, since that’s where it’s going to end up, anyway. I am clearly

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Post Scripts: Big highway

by Joe Snyder

With all the problems our nation is confronted with these days, including a massive, public debt and a never-ending war in Iraq, one might think the planners might tone down a few of the projects they have on the drawing board. Nope! A project now under consideration these days is a superhighway 10-lanes wide that they hope to build that largely follows Interstate 35 right through the

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The Coonridge Digest: Keeping track of time

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

I got my first sex education behind the grease rack in Cecil’s Mobil Gas station. Dad would to chat with Cecil as he fueled our Buick and we kids would pretend to go into station to shop for candy. But we had more than Tootsie Rolls on our mind. We knew that if we quickly looked both ways then made a mad

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