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Card and domino games are at 6 p.m. every Friday with light refreshments. Games start around 6:45. Winner of the door prize was Kathy Bray.

This week the board of directors will be starting to select the new administrator.

Menus Sept. 1-5

Monday: closed for Labor Day; Tuesday: rib-e-que, tator tots, cukes/onions, Brussel sprouts, cook’s choice dessert; Wednesday: turkey and dressing, gravy, California blend, green beans, fruit;

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2008 Softball: Lady Bulldogs win 5-3 and 15-0 to open 2008 softball season

Gallatin softball girls took a non-conference homestand Monday and Tuesday to open the 2008 season at 2-0.

Maggie Strange doubled and singled twice and drove in three runs to help the Lady Bulldogs to a 5-3 victory over Trenton in Monday’s opener.

Gallatin jumped out in front, 2-0, in the first inning when Courtney Ray took a pitch on the hand and Ashley Owens bunted over the pitcher’s head. Following

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Danny Mason spent Saturday afternoon with his mother Beverly Mason. He was on his way to a tractor pull.

Tuesday, Glenetta Taylor came and took her mother Letha Shipers for a doctor’s appointment.

Larry and Sally Cameron have been having visitors from Buxted, England. Arriving last weekend were Chris and Susie Poore and daughter Megan. They will be staying a few more days. Also visiting were Don

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Troop H participates in 15-Mile Trooper program

Captain Duane L. Robinson, commanding officer of Troop H, St. Joseph, announces a program designed to provide maximum manpower during the travel days of the holiday weekend.

The program has the operational name of 15-Mile Trooper. The design of the program will provide a trooper at least every 15 miles on designated highways. The designated highways in Troop H are Interstates 29 and 35. The dates for the program are

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Roberta Gillette was pleasantly surprised on Aug. 21 when five of her friends brought in food for her 99th birthday. Liz McNeely served delicious chocolate cake for dessert.

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Head Start classes, home visits begin

Head Start classes and home visits for the Fall Term will begin Tuesday, Aug. 26, in the nine-county Green Hills Area.

Vicky Hiley, Gallatin Teacher/FSA, directs the center-based services located at 502 S. Olive Street. Other staff members are teacher aides, Sandra Gaunce, Barbara Rivers, and cook, Laura Gunderson. For more information contact Mrs. Hiley at 660-663-8976.

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Gallatin Clubs – Daviess County Business Women’s Association

Fifteen members of the Daviess County Business Women’s Association welcomed three guests to the Aug. 19 meeting at the First Baptist Church.

DeAnna Fuller and Pam Howard were hostesses for the evening. Doug and Shirley Laney, of the New Tribe’s Mission, gave a very informative program about their missionary work in Papua, New Guinea, and shared movies of their daily life in a country that is so different from life

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Consider maturity when treating for soybean aphids

by Wayne Flanary, Regional Agronomists, University of Missouri Extension

Soybeans growth stages vary this year due to delayed planting. However, May planted soybeans are moving along with seed fill. July planted soybeans range from pods to flowers.

Early planted soybeans which are in the 5.5 to 6.0 growth stage probably will not suffer from damage from aphids. This is when one of the upper four most nodes have beans in

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Counterfeit bills surface locally

Three counterfeit $20 bills surfaced locally last week, two at BTC Bank and one at Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri.

It is believed that these are random counterfeit bills that arrived in this area by coincidence. There is no suspicion of a local counterfeiting operation.

The two bills at BTC Bank were detected by the counting machine, while the one at Farmers Bank was detected by a marking pen. Both

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