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Daviess County Courthouse News (11-26-08) – Arrest made in five-year-old theft case

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Ovid Lavoie, 36, Kemner, Minn., was arrested Nov. 25 in Salem, Ore., for theft/stealing, class C felony. The theft occurred at the Winston Truck Stop on Sept. 4, 2003. A briefcase was taken from a pickup belonging to Robert Clark. Lavoie was stopped the next day by the Iowa State Patrol with credit cards and other items belonging to Clark in his possession. Lavoie is being held on

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Showdown: Northwest vs Pitt State

Second Round Play Off Pitt State at Northwest in Maryville Noon Kick Off.

Where were the Gorilla fans?

After 2 years of not even qualifying for the play offs, Pitt State finally had a home play off game and only 4933 fans came! In five previous home games that school had averaged 8,300 attendance with a low of 6413 against Truman. That embarrassing 4,933 (how did the players feel coming

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Maggie Strange pens softball agreement with University of Wisconsin

Maggie Strange, Gallatin’s most decorated softball player, took the next step in her playing career last Wednesday when she signed a letter of intent to play softball next season for the University of Wisconsin Lady Badgers.

Strange, who recently earned her third all-state softball award to go along with four all-conference, four all-district and three all-region honors, hosted family and friends on Saturday at a signing party held at Shae’s

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NCMC Holiday Hoops features record number of teams

With a record number of 50 high school basketball teams representing 28 Missouri high schools, this year’s North Central Missouri College Holiday Hoops Tournament promises some interesting matchups not normally seen during the regular season.

The event will be held Dec. 22-23 and again on Dec. 29-31, and will include high schools from as far as Savannah and Maryville to the north, Monroe City to the east and Richmond to

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WHS annual Friday Night Hoops set for Nov. 21, 2008

Winston High School will hold its annual "Friday Night Hoops" on Nov. 21, beginning with a chili dog dinner at 5 p.m.

The dinner, which lasts until 7:30, will precede a night of basketball featuring students in all grades. There will also be cakewalks and 50/50 drawings during the night. Adult admission is $2. Students are admitted free. Players are asked to be at the school 15 to 30 minutes

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Bulldog athletes, managers and cheerleaders take center stage at annual fall banquet

Members of GHS fall sports teams and activities were honored at the annual fall sports recognition banquet Nov. 14, 2008, in the GHS gymnasium.

Gallatin R-5 athletic director Rick Lin served as master of ceremonies and turned the microphone over to booster club treasurer Alicia Chrisman, who introduced fellow officers Janet Rhoades, president; Jean Mott, vice-president; and Diane McLey, secretary. Chrisman also reported on booster club activities, finances and membership.

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“The Odd Couple” is small on cast, big on laughs

What is the oldest vegetable in the world? How far will linguine fly? For the answer to these questions, join the Gallatin Theatre League for Neil Simon’s New Version of "The Odd Couple."

This comedy may have a small cast, but it is big on laughs!

Performances are at the Courter Theater in Gallatin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Nov. 20, 21, 22. Tickets are going fast,

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2008 Basketball: Gallatin JH game times changed in Princeton Tourney

Thursday game times for Gallatin Junior High teams in the Princeton Tournament have been changed in order to allow girls and boys teams from all schools to play back to back.

Gallatin’s girls will play their third place game at 7:30 p.m., followed by Gallatin’s boys in the championship game at 8:45.

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Gallatin junior high vocalists perform in Northwest District Honor Choir

The Northwest District Elementary and Middle School Honor Choir performed Nov. 8 at Maryville. The seventh and eighth grade choir was under the direction of Rita North, accompanied by Jeannie Weissenborn. Vocal music instructor for the Gallatin students is Sheryl Warren. Gallatin junior high students selected for the honor choir are pictured, left to right, Lainie Williams, Brittney Klein, Kelsie Bird, Sam Hamilton, Megan Beck, Kirbie Crouse, Harrison Pettit, Kailey

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