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Unique find! Civil lawsuit against Frank & Jesse James

Authentic, historical legal papers — the only civil lawsuit ever filed against Frank & Jesse James — were rediscovered on Aug. 17, 2007, by James Meuhlberger, an attorney from Kansas City while researching lawfirm originating partner Henry Clay McDougal.

The record of a 137-year-old lawsuit  unique to those interested in the lives and legend of outlaws Frank and Jesse James  was unexpectedly “discovered” in the Daviess County courthouse. And the

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2007: Gallatin Pride Band mounts efforts to attend Cotton Bowl

The Gallatin High School Pride Band, under the direction of Gene Edwards, has been invited to perform at the AT&T Cotton Bowl, in Dallas, Texas from Dec. 29, 2007 to Jan. 2, 2008. This great honor comes with a lot of hard work and dedication.

The band received an invitation in April. After receiving a I at their state performance, the band sent in an audition tape to a panel

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2007: Gallatin Athletic Booster Club announces fund-raising activities

The fall sports seasons are off and going and with that so is the start of fundraising for the Gallatin Athletic Booster Club. In addition to running the concession stands they will be selling embroidered blankets, scarves and hats, stadium chairs, hooded sweatshirts and other miscellaneous items along with memberships during the varsity football games. Memberships this year will be $15 per family and $25 per business. For your membership

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Healthcare career workshop Sept. 13.

If you think you might be interested in finding out more about working in a health career field, plan to attend a workshop entitled “Exploring Healthcare Careers” on Thursday evening, Sept. 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Ketchum Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton. This workshop is for high school and college age students.

The evening workshop will include: a panel of

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Future Stars basketball tryouts set

Tryouts for boys basketball players grades 7-12 have been set for the Future Stars Missouri Maverick AAU program for teams beginning play across the Midwest in April.

The Northwest Missouri tryout will be held Sunday, Oct. 7, at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo. Tryout for grades 7-8 will be from noon to 2 p.m. Tryout for grades 9-12 will be held from 2 to 4 p.m.

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2007 HDC Softball Scores

Games August 20-28, 2007

August 28

Gilman City girls over Grundy Co., 11-1

Newtown-Harris girls over N. Daviess, 15-2

N. Harrison girls over Cainsville, 19-2

Tri-County girls over Winston, 6-2

Gilman City boys over Grundy Co., 15-14

N. Harrison boys over Cainsville, 18-1

Pattonsburg boys over Ridgeway, 8-4

Tri-County boys over Winston, 9-6

Jefferson boys over Newtown-Harris, 17-5

August 27

Newtown-Harris girls over Cainsville, 24-0

N. Harrison girls over Grundy

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2007 Gallatin Softball: Lady Bulldogs 3-0 after opening week of softball, despite tourney rainout

Gallatin softball girls stayed perfect on the season with a pair of victories over the past week, including a win in Tuesday’s conference opener. Saturday’s Albany Tournament has been postponed due to heavy rains last Thursday and Friday.

Nicole Everman contributed two singles, a double and two stolen bases Tuesday as Gallatin sank Maysville, 5-0, to win their inaugural ‘07 Grand River Conference contest. Lacey Dixon drove in a pair

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2007 Girls Golf: Lady Bulldog golfers place second at Orrick, Everly takes two medalist awards

Gallatin varsity golfers headed to Orrick Saturday with the idea of improving their scores from a year ago. Count it mission accomplished.

"We played this tournament and challenging course for the first time last year and really struggled," said GHS golf coach Chris Elbert. "Four of our five golfers that played last year returned for this tournament, and performed much better," he added. "We improved our overall score by 31

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2007 Gallatin Football: Dogs open title defense at Tarkio with old and new faces in the mix

Gallatin school officials have found that about the only way to get a good, soaking August rain is simply to schedule a football jamboree at R-5 field.

Gallatin’s second try at holding a high school jamboree went the same way as the first attempt back in 2004 …rained out. The Bulldogs will look now to answer lingering questions about positional starters when they travel to Tarkio this Friday to face

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