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Betty Barlow

1916-2008

Pilot Grove MO. Betty Elizabeth Barlow 91 formerly of Jameson, and Ridgeway MO., passed away Monday, January 28, 2008 at the Katy Manor Care Facility in Pilot Grove, MO. . Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 2nd at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Inurnment will be at Greenwood Cemetery near Gallatin Memorial contributions may be made to the Gallatin Senior Citizens or Ministerial Alliance.

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Cecilia C. Whitt

1919-2008

Cecilia C. Whitt, 88, passed away, Jan. 27, 2008 at the Cameron Regional Medical Center. Services will be held 2 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 5 at the First Christian Church in Gallatin. Family visitation will be from 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the church. Friends may call after 11 a.m., Monday at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Interment will be at Hillcrest Cemetery near Gallatin. Memorial contributions may be

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We need ‘Insure Missouri’

by Marc D. Smith, Ph.D., President, Missouri Hospital Association, Jefferson City

More than 719,000 Missourians have no health insurance. Most of these uninsured Missourians are working adults without employer-sponsored health plans who cannot afford health insurance in the marketplace.
Hospitals are acutely aware of the importance of health insurance. As the safety net for health care in times of illness and emergency, hospitals are often the primary — and sometimes

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Family Daze: A list of some of the self-help ground rules

by Debbie Farmer

OK, if I haven’t admitted it before, I am one of those people addicted to self-help books. I can tell you how to get the truth in five minutes or less in any conversation. I’ve wandered the spiritual path to higher creativity, and I can state the nine fantasies that will ruin your life along with the eight realties that will save it.
By now, some of

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The Coonridge Digest: A baggage problem

by Freida Marie Crump

To Former President Bill Clinton,
Greetings from the Ridge.
Love is a funny thing. In fact, “funny” is hardly the word for it. It makes us crazy.
Anyone who’s ever raised a teenage daughter knows that every bit of good sense you’ve got flies right out the window when love walks in the front door. It makes us loony. It’s irrational. And at the very worst,

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Letter to the Editor: Charlotte Grider

Dear Editor:

The Winston Redbirds deserve congratulations for their performance on Friday night. 

 Both the boys and girls basketball teams won their homecoming games, and, the games were followed by a dignified coronation of the homecoming royalty. 
Both students and teachers deserve praise for their efforts to make this event a success.  Administrators, teachers, and staff not only helped plan and decorate for the events but also stayed at school

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From the mayor’s desk

by Barb Ballew, mayor

Is it these winter months caused by so many dreary days and bitter cold temperatures that have us all in that dreaded, winter blues mode? I know I’ve found myself staying in a lot more than I’d like, but I just don’t want to make the effort of bundling up for the cold.
Much needed sunshine and warmer temperature this past weekend sure was a welcome

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Post Scripts: I-35 a holy stretch of pavement?

 by Joe Snyder

Some folks believe I-35 might be shorthand that links it to Isaiah 35:8 of the Bible: And a highway shall be there, and it shall be called the Holy Way; the unclean shall not pass over it, and fools shall not err therein.   
While some believe it to be a road to enlightenment and a detour from sin, others say it is a wildly skewed interpretation of

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HDC Conference Basketball Tournament at Pattonsburg February 2-9, 2008

GIRLS BOYS Thursday- Snow Day
#1  Gilman City #1 Newtown-Harris   Admission
  Mon.-Fri.   $3.00 Adults
#8 Ridgeway 7:00   4:00, 5:30 #8  Tri-County 5:30   $2.00 Students
  Mon. Feb 4   7:00, 8:30   Mon. Feb. 4   $2.00 Sr. Citizens
2:30     Saturday 9th 4:00     NO PASSES
Sat. Feb. 2    3:00, 4:30 Sat. Feb. 2  
#9  N. Harrison 7:00   6:00, 7:30 #9  Winston 5:30  
#4  Winston Wed. Feb. 6   #4 Grundy Co Wed. Feb. 6  
           
5:30
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