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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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Shirley Miller

Services for Shirley Miller will be at 11 am Saturday, June 23, 2007 at the First Baptist Church, Pattonsburg.

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Elizabeth (Betty) Roberts Moulin

1932 – 2007

Betty Moulin 75, formerly of Gallatin, passed away Saturday, June 16, 2007 at a health care facility in Wichita, Kan.

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Dr. Vicki Wheeler’s play presented at Trenton celebration

A play written and directed by Dr. Vicki Wheeler will be presented at Trenton’s Sesquicentennial

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Gains made by Head Start must be built upon by family, community

The Green Hills Head Start Program, sponsored by North Central Missouri College of Trenton, serves 277 children and families in the Green Hills area.

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Alden named to MSBA Board of Directors

Sandra Alden, a member of the Gallatin R-V of Education, has been elected to a seat on the Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Board of Directors.

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County swim program receives donation

The Alpha Zeta Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi presented a $1000 donation to the Daviess County Swim Program.

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Samantha Parman among 35 Missouri youths recognized for volunteer efforts

Samantha Parman, 11, Winston, was among those honored for volunteer efforts. Samantha volunteered as a before school tutor for elementary students.

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Local talent in “Sea Cruise” by Meri’s Dance Studio

Students of Meri’s Dance Studio of Cameron will present their 32nd annual show at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 27.

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Community blood drive at Lake Viking

Lake Viking will hold a blood drive between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 7, at the clubhouse area.

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Flinn-Limb engaged to be married

Felicia Ann Flinn and Phillip Charles Limb, both of Cameron, will be wed at 5 p.m. on July 14, 2007, at the First Baptist Church in Cameron.

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Five new bridge decks in Harrison & Daviess Counties

The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that five bridge decks have been scheduled for replacement this construction season in two counties that will necessitate road closures.

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Caiden Cole Gerold Bottorff

C.J. and Ashley Bottorff, Hamilton, proudly announce the birth of a son, Caiden Cole Gerold Bottorff, born at 3:22 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13, at Cameron Regional Medical Center.

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Cut to the Chase: Thursday is the first day of corn growing season

by Denny Banister

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Capitol Report: Defending the laws of our land

by Brad Lager

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Family Daze: An ode to dear old dad

by Debbie Farmer

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The Coonridge Digest: Blessed nostalgia… the old-fashioned county fair

by Freida Marie Crump

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Letter to the editor – Roger Woody, CMSgt, USAF

I was very disheartened when I read the recent ‘Post Script’ article titled ‘The war is a national disgrace’.

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Post Scripts: Why most men are never depressed

by Joe Snyder

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Swim classes begin for little ones

Jessica Gannon, swim instructor, announced that swim lesson will begin at the Gallatin pool for baby classes on Monday, June 25.

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Wow…Another mammoth tooth

Jake Hogan has had uncanny good luck in finding prehistoric bones in our area. Last week he and his son Steve were searching on the Grand River when Steve, after about an hour of looking, unearthed a mammoth tooth on a rock bar.

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New Caseys set to open June 28

Barring unforseen circumstance the new Caseys on North Main Street in Gallatin is set to open on June 28, according to Paul Golden, foreman at the construction site. Mr. Golden said the old Caseys on the south side of town will close on the 27th at 10 a.m., and the new store will open at regular business hours on the 28th.

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Courthouse no longer buzzin’ as it once was

Beekeeper Raymond Heldenbrand of Winston removed two colonies of bees from the small Oak tree on the Daviess County Courthouse lawn last Tuesday, June 12. The bee hive actually started in the courthouse up high behind some columns.

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Seventh Day Adventist adding to community service

The Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center is adding a two-story extension

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Trooper escapes injury despite car going airborne

A local highway patrolman escaped injury during an accident involving his patrol car at about 10:25 p.m. on Sunday, June 17, in DeKalb County.

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Multiple sources for emergency loans, assistance due to May flood

Tim Kelley, state executive director, Farm Service Agency announced effective June 11, 2007, eight additional counties in Missouri will have FSA disaster loans available due to severe storms and flooding which occurred May 5-18, 2007.

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