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Public meeting set regarding Gallatin water plant

A revenue bond question will be placed on the ballot in November in order for citizens to vote on the purchase of a new water treatment plant for the city of Gallatin. The first of three public meetings regarding the water plant will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 4, at the Dockery Park building, according to City Administrator Zac Johnson. Tentative dates for the other two meetings

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Letter to the Editor – Luella Fischer – about saving family farms

Letter to the Editor,

This is their first step in abolishing our family farms.

"My goal is the abolition of all animal agriculture."- John Goodwin, HSUS grassroots coordinator.

The United States Humane Society (HSUS) is a multibillion-dollar lobbying effort whose true mission is to eliminate animal agriculture. According to forms filed with the Internal Revenue Service, HSUS had an annual payroll of over $37 million in 2008 and less than

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Letter to the Editor – Paul Hamby – about the Tea Party

Dear Editor:

Congress thinks the tea parties have been giving them hell. We just told the truth about their behaviour

in Washington and they think it is hell. (Hat tip to Harry Truman)

I can see November 2 from my front porch.

Paul Hamby, Maysville Missouri

Congress thinks the tea parties have been giving them hell. We just told the truth about their behaviour

in Washington and they think it

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Letter to the Editor – Mark Haralambos – about jail

Dear Sir:

Could you please post me a postcard of the Rotary Jail Gallatin .Thanks please reply.

Mr Mark Haralambos 50 Woodfield Way London N11 2NS UK.

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The Poosey Digest: Why haven’t I done that?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

I’m sure that the world of sociology or psychology have a name for them… those fleeting little moments that somehow change your thinking forever. Defining instances? Significant turning points? In my case I simply call them "Well… duh" moments.

Herb and I were taking a pleasant little jaunt on a riverboat that cruises up the Illinois River to Starved Rock State Park,

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Post Scripts: More Presidential Anecdotes

by Joe Snyder

Do you remember that Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837? I didn’t remember until I read it in a book I own, Presidential Anecdotes. He got off to an exciting start when thousands of Jackson enthusiasts poured into the nation’s capital to see him inaugurated March 4, 1829. People came from as far as 500 miles to see a

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2010 Golf: Mattie Burge is fifth GHS league golf champ since 1983

Gallatin’s Mattie Burge joined a select group of golfers on Monday by winning the Grand River Conference Golf Tournament held in Bethany.

Burge shot 108 over 18 holes to defeat Hamilton’s Angie Dalton in a scorecard playoff. Dalton also carded a 108 to finish ahead of Maysville’s Emily Walling, who shot 113.

Burge is Gallatin’s first GRC golf champ since Whitney Boyd in 2005, and joins three others, Jamie Lunsford

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MSHSAA releases 2010-11 basketball assignments

The Missouri State High School Activities Association released the district basketball assignments last week for all classes.

Gallatin will compete in Class 2, District 16, along with Albany, DeKalb, Maysville, Polo, Rock Port and Tarkio. The tournament site will be determined at a later date.

Winston finds itself in Class 1, District 13, with Braymer, Breckenridge, Hardin-Central, Norborne, Osborn, Southwest and Stet. Pattonsburg, Gilman City and Tri-County are part of

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Gallatin 10 & Under Girls Softball Team

"The Future of Gallatin’s Girls Softball looks promising!" The Gallatin 10 and under girls worked hard this summer season and came out with a season of eight wins, 1 tie, 1 loss. The highlight of the season came when they captured first place in the Tri-County tournament. Pictured left to right, front row: Addison Burns, Kelsey Maxwell, Karley Salmon, Aubrey Feiden, Savannah Riley, and Shaunessy Eaton. Middle row: Zoe Bradford,

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