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Gene Siemer 1964-2010

Funeral services for Gene Siemer were held on Tuesday, Sept, 28, 2010, at South Evans Church, east of Tindall. Burial was in the South Evans Church Cemetery. Arrangements were by Greenlee-Middleton Funeral Chapel in Princeton.
The family requests memorial contributions, to help with funeral expenses. Contributions may be mailed to the funeral home at PO Box 316, Princeton, MO 64673.

Gene Ray Siemer, 45, rural Spickard, died on Friday, Sept.

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2010 Softball: Crouse’s three-run triple lifts Gallatin past Worth County

The week started off with a bang for a Gallatin Lady Bulldog softball team looking to close out the season on a high note in conference play. The Lady Bulldogs needed three runs going into the final inning of Monday’s game, and three runs is what they got.

Freshman Kirbie Crouse crushed a triple in the top of the seventh inning that scored three runners and gave the Lady Bulldogs

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Leila Rogers 1925-2010

Funeral services for Leila Rogers were held Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010, at the Atkinson Funeral Home in Adrian. Burial was in Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements were under the direction of Atkinson Funeral Home, Adrian.

Leila B. Rogers, 85, of Gallatin, died Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010, at Cameron Regional Medical Center in Cameron.

Leila was born Sept. 4, 1925, in

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Wilson, Rogers wed July 3

Amanda Wilson, daughter of Ray and Patty King of Clever and Eric Rogers, son of Michael and Linda Rogers of Sparta were married in a 6:30 p.m. ceremony on July 3 at the Rogers’ Ranch in Sparta.

John Lee officiated. The groom is the grandson of Dixie Rogers and the late William Rogers of Jameson.

The bride wore a strapless a-line gown of natural white chiffon accented with beading at

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Alex Berry graduates from MU

The University of Missouri 2010 summer semester graduation list includes Alex P. Berry of Pattonsburg, who received a B.S. degree in agricultural systems management and a minor in agricultural economics-MI.

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Western announces 2010-2011 scholarship recipients

Missouri Western State University awarded Jimmie R. Nix Scholarship to Jeff Parton, junior criminal justice major of Pattonsburg, for the 2010-2011 academic year.

The Jimmie R. Nix Scholarship is awarded to a degree-seeking criminal justice major with an emphasis in law enforcement. Recipient must be a junior or senior with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference is given to current law enforcement officers (not private security).

Last year, Western

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NHS raises $165 for Autism Speaks

The Gallatin High School Chapter of National Honor Society raised $165 for Autism Speaks at Chautauqua. The NHS members appreciate all who supported their cause. If anyone would still like to donate, you may do so at http://www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/kansascity/mdyke.

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Gallatin scene of drive by shootings — to get flu shots, that is!

Steve Crabtree is pictured getting his flu shot at Dockery Park on Sept. 22.

Mr. Crabtree, who is from Pattonsburg, said he had a little trouble finding the park and suggested that a sign on Hwy. 13 pointing to the park would have been helpful for those coming from out of town. "Otherwise," he said, "it was a simple deal." The Daviess County Health Department sponsored the flu shot drive-thru.

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Suspects apprehended in ATV theft

Three subjects have been arrested and are being held at the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail in connection with the theft of an ATV from Rachel Hines of Altamont.

James Barrett, 55, Kansas City, and Krystal Mann, 28, Galt, have each been charged with felony receiving stolen property. Kristopher Powers, 36, Kansas City, is charged with tampering with motor vehicle.

On Sept. 26, Daviess County Deputy Philip Berry was dispatched to 401

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