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Lloyd Crone

The funeral service for Lloyd Crone was held Monday in Lunning Chapel in Burlington. Interment was Tuesday in Winston Cemetery. Memorials have been established for Community Hospices of America, 1640 N. Henderson, Galesburg, Ill., 61201; or Galesburg Rescue Mission, 435 East Third, Galesburg, Ill., 61201; or a charity of the donor’s choice.

Lloyd W. Crone, 92, Galesburg, formerly of Burlington, Iowa, and Winston, died Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008, at Rosewood

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Annabelle Reynolds

Funeral services for Annabelle Reynolds were held Tuesday at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Burial was at Civil Bend Christian Cemetery, Pattonsburg. Memorials may be made to the Pattonsburg Senior Citizens Center.

Annabelle Reynolds, 96, Pattonsburg, died Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008, at Cameron Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Reynolds was born on March 15, 1912, to Simon Jones and Bertha Leona (Duffy) Riggs in Civil Bend. She grew up in Civil

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Lois Searl

Funeral services for Lois Searl were held Monday, Oct. 27, at Grand Avenue Baptist Church in Ames, Iowa. Burial was at Story City Municipal Cemetery. Arrangements were by Soderstrum Funeral Home in Story City. Memorials may be designated to Bethany Life Communities or the Ames Animal Shelter.

Lois Ann Searl, 79, Story City, Iowa, died Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, at Bethany Manor in Story City.

Mrs. Searl was born on

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Thinking about a Christmas Tree? How about Norfolk Island Pines?

by Tim Baker

Christmas trees are a standard part of holiday decorations for many Americans. I’ve seen many types of trees used for this purpose. Most common are the many species of pines. I’ve even seen Eastern red cedar used, although I wouldn’t recommend it. It’s pretty scratchy when it’s time to decorate.

If you want to try something besides the ever-present Scotch Pine, you might consider using a Norfolk

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County deer, turkey hunters have a feast

County deer hunters bagged over 500 deer more this year than last year, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation tallies.

Daviess County deer totaled 2,770 with 1,099 antlered bucks, 367 button bucks, and 1,304 does.

Totals for counties surrounding Daviess were Caldwell 1,650; DeKalb 1,541; Gentry 1,840; Grundy 1,745; and Livingston 2,152.

Statewide totals were 250,075 with 95,971 antlered bucks, 34,908 button bucks and 119,196 does. That is an

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FEC to issue capital credit checks totaling almost $300,000

The Board of Directors of Farmers’ Electric Cooperative has unanimously voted to issue capital credit checks totaling nearly $300,000 to the member-owners of the cooperative.

"As a member-owner of Farmers’ Electric, one of the seven cooperative principles is that of economic participation by the member-owners," said Mike Sanders, FEC CEO. "As an owner of the cooperative any margins, or profits, that we make are allocated back to our members based

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Old water town to come down first of December; report received on new water plant

Plant Manager Steve Reid told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting held Nov. 24, that the company taking down the old water tower will be here on Dec. 2 and will dismantle the tower on Dec. 3.

Mr. Reid said the north well is currently down and new pumps are on order for the South Prospect sewer lift station. Delta Mobile will be coming in January to

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2008-09 Basketball Preview: GHS girls seek to reach elite status among area’s best teams

Gallatin’s senior-led girls have much to be optimistic about. An average of 19 victories over the last three seasons. Several returning players with anywhere from two to three years starting time under their belts.

Still, Lady Bulldog Coach Rick Lin, now the dean of Grand River Conference coaches, says his girls have much to prove, to themselves and opponents.

"A lot of our losses were to elite teams in the

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2008-09 Basketball Preview: Role playing Bulldogs hope to pull out more close-game victories

This year’s Bulldogs have no shortage of experience, but they have something to prove in order to get to the next level of success.

"They have to prove that they can win close games," said Coach Slaughter. "Toward the end of last year, we improved in that regard," he added. "I just think that we have to be able to finish those games off. That’s the difference between us being

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