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Late delivery to North Pole

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy. My sister Savannah has ben has been good. One pair of cowboy boots, a meni jeep, a umbrella, X box, a min jet ski. Love,
Joshua Testi

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Area students named to honor rolls at NCMC & MSU

NCMC
North Central Missouri College in Trenton has named students with outstanding academic achievements for the 2007 fall semester.

Thirty-eight full-time students have been named to the President’s List with a perfect 4.0 grade point average, while 78 full-time students achieved Dean’s List recognition with a grade point average of at least 3.5. To be eligible for the full-time honors list, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credit

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Pamida contributes $250 to senior center for hosting identity theft seminar

The Pamida Foundation donated $250 to the Daviess County Active Aging Resource Center for the purpose of hosting a fraud/identity theft seminar and then implementing a “shredding party.”

 The contribution is part of Pamida Foundation’s “Making a Difference in our Hometown,”which focuses on supporting local communities. Steve Meseberg, aging resource consultant at the senior center, said times and dates for the upcoming seminar will be announced.

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Athletic Boosters pizza party for Junior High Football, Softball & Basketball

The Gallatin Athletic Booster Club will hold an end of season pizza party for the junior high athletes who participated in JH Football, JH Softball, JH basketball  Monday, January 7, 2008  at the Gallatin High School commons Starting at 5pm and ending at 7 pm.

Pizza and pop will be served.  Contact  Alicia Chrisman (663-5185) or Deanna Fuller (663-8963) with questions.

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Calendar of Events
Dec 26 — 3 B Day,  Blood Pressure Checks 11-12; Jan 1 — Closed.
Dec. 31-Jan. 4
Monday: vegetable soup, cottage cheese, juice, crackers, cake; Tuesday: closed for New Year’s Day; Wednesday: chicken and noodles, carrots, peas, biscuit, fruit crisp; Thursday: meatloaf, mashed potatoes, California blend, banana cream pie; Friday: pork steak, dressing, green beans, fruit.

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Santa Letters

He’s making a list and checking it twice…

Learning Time Preschool
Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is:
Butterscotch Real Pony with batteries for it. I would like a Santa Claus toy that sings. I want a Barbie = this size. I would also like a fake jeep that’s real expensive. For mommy, bring a new vase for flowers (roses, please). Please bring Daddy a workshop. It’s real expensive,

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The farmer’s tale

by Denny Banister

Christmas is not just for those in the city
where stores are abundant and bright lights shine pretty.
Dwellers in big towns would no doubt be shocked
to find out that farmers keep Santa Claus stocked.
Now don’t get me wrong, the elf makes the toys
and delivers them worldwide to good girls and boys,
But animals get hungry working hour by hour
and reindeer don’t run

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Family Daze: Searching for ‘The Perfect Toy?’ Look no further

by Debbie Farmer

As I like to do occasionally, and a mother of a pre-teen and teen, I wanted to share my wisdom with some of you newer parents with younger kids. After all, Christmas is upon us, and chances are, you’re missing out on buying your little tots a gift that I just know that they’ll enjoy:  vacuum-cleaner attachments.
Now, don’t get me wrong. When my kids were preschoolers,

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Coonridge Digest: Christmas simplicity

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.
It was one of the earliest memories of my childhood. My fourth grade teacher would sit us down after lunch and read a story. I always enjoyed story time. For one thing, it meant I didn’t have to do anything but listen, and compared to arithmetic, listening seemed darned easy.
I only remember the plot of one of those stories, but for

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