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Casey Blaine Taul

Justin Taul, 8, is proud to announce the birth of his new baby brother, Casey Blaine Taul, born Thursday, July 18, 2002, at Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe. Casey weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 18 ½½ inches long. Proud parents are Jeff and Sheila Taul of Gallatin.

Maternal grandparents are Maxine Smith of Albany, and Fred and Elaine Wolken of Groton, S.D. Maternal great-grandparents are Neva McCullough of

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Dance Company competes at Showstoppers National Dance

Students from The Dance Company in Gallatin recently competed at the Showstoppers National Dance Competition in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Showstopper is in its 29th year and streamed live on the Internet. It hosted studios throughout the United States and Canada.

The national event ran for seven days with two stages and over 2,000 entries. Students performed a variety of solos, duets, trios and groups in many disciplines including tap,

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Aubrey Nelson participates in National 4-H Talent Review

Aubrey Nelson, daughter of Bill and Vera Nelson of Gallatin, recently participated in the Harley Davidson-sponsored National 4-H Talent Review in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Aubrey was one of 14 acts selected out of approximately 65 auditions from around the country for this prestigious honor. Aubrey was given the opportunity to audition through Becky Simpson, the University of Missouri County Extension Specialist.

Audition tapes were submitted in December and selected by

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Rockin B Croquet Club hosts first Fun Day

The Rockin B Croquet Club hosted the first Croquet Fun Day on July 21 at Gallatin. The event was a huge success, according to organizers Billy Bob and Debbie Breeden, with 30 new players bringing the total to 53 enthusiastic players to enjoy a great day.

Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri loaned the club their tent to use, which was very much appreciated by all the spectators


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Correction to Phone Number

Vicky Hiley, teacher, Gallatin Head Start Center, may be contacted at 660-663-2982.

 Her phone number was incorrectly submitted in last week’s article titled "Health is only one component of Head Start Program."

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Daviess County Courthouse News (7-25-07)

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James Lewis, bridge supervisor, reported that they are continuing bridge and culvert repairs from the flood damage and are replacing tubes at Peggy Branch.

Bills were audited and paid.

Dave Weldon met with the commissioners regarding a road in Harrison Township and requested information on a traffic study and information on putting a bond on the ballot.

Cheryl Alexander, Daviess County Health Department, Jason Smith and Jan Stout

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Gallatin Class of 1967 holds 40th reunion

The Gallatin Senior Class of 1967 met for their 40th class reunion on July 14 at the Lake Viking Clubhouse.

There were 55 members of this class and 24 attended the reunion. Five members are deceased. Pictured, left to right, front row, are David Carpenter, Dee Myers, Sharon Bird Lockridge, Bill Hunt, Lynda Muller Johnson, Kay Harris Britz, Suzanne Taylor, Sharon Miller Carey, Shelia Heldenbrand Williams, Janet Paul Vaughn,

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Gallatin Class of ‘57 holds 50th reunion

The 1957 Class of Gallatin High School met for lunch at Cycles Café in Gallatin and attended the alumni banquet.

Pictured, left ro right, front row, Shirley (Yates) Woody, Belton; Janice (Warden) Baslee, Excelsior Springs; Mary (Eads) Holbrook, Gallatin; Norma (Hughs) Fletcher, Gallatin; Mildred (Bradley) McNeely, Jameson; Carol (Wilkerson) Foster, Chillicothe; Rita (Gatenby) Beard, Boulder City; back row, Connie Walton, Gallatin; R.L. Woody, Belton; Donnie Wathen, Cameron; Darlene (Dunnington) Fuller,

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Geneology conference in Jefferson City

Researchers from around the country will gather at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City, MO on Friday, August 3 and Saturday the 4th, to hear Michael John Neill’s "Grandpa Died: Where did the Money Go?" and other topics.

 Neill, a columnist for AncestryWorld Journal, will discuss how to locate and interpret records generated during settlement of an estate. Later in the two day conference, Neill will speak on "Discovering

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