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GHS Class of 1951 holds 60 year class reunion

Fifteen members of the Gallatin High School Class of 1951 with spouses and/or guests held their 60th anniversary on May 28.

The class reunion was held in Gallatin. A noon day luncheon was followed by music from The Krazy Kats Band, compliments of Roger Hiser. John and Kathy Perkins prepared CD’s, photos and addresses of classmates. Betty Jo Eads, Lenora McWilliams and Joan Lukehart worked together to make plans and

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It’s Showtime — Daviess Co. Jr. Livestock Show opens July 7

The annual Daviess County Jr. Livestock Show will be held this year on July 7, 8, and 9 at the fair grounds located inside Dockery Park.

The Daviess County Jr. Livestock Show will open the evening of July 7 with the Swine Show at 4:30 p.m. This is a change from years past. There will be a PeeWee Show between the boar and gilt classes at approximately 5 p.m.

Chris

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To each a tub if grant comes through

City Administrator Zac Johnson is currently working on a grant to get recycling tubs for every resident in Gallatin.

He discussed the new trash contract with the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their regular meeting held June 27. Thursday trash pick up may be changing to Wednesday starting in August. The city will place a notice in the newspaper if that change does occurs.

Police Chief Mark Richards submitted a

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Fasten your seatbelts, life may throw you a curve

Micah Sidebottom believes he is alive today because of seatbelts and the grace of God.

Micah was heading south on Hwy. K at around 2:15 p.m. on June 17. He’d ended his work week at Landmark, had gone home and changed, and was driving south on Hwy. K toward Gallatin to meet his wife Whitney. They planned to visit his father in Wellington over Father’s Day weekend.

As always, Micah

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4-H campers find their favorite thing to do at Crowder

Over 200 enthusiastic 4-H campers from Northwest Missouri participated in a wide variety of traditional and science related activities during the two weeks of camp, June 7-10 and June 14-17, at Crowder State Park, Trenton.

The 4-H youth, ages 8-13, had an opportunity to canoe at the lake, swim at the Trenton Aquatics Center, play Nukem volleyball, make ice cream, launch water bottle rockets, create leather projects, shoot archery, prepare

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North Daviess will soon move elementary

Elementary school equipment was moved from Coffey to Jameson June 28 and 29. The dates for the move were set at a meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education held June 20.

Options for the preschool room were discussed during the meeting. Jameson Lions club offered the building in town and the Christian Church also offered one of their classrooms. Consensus of the board was to have the

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GHS band leaves Friday for Washington D.C.

On Friday, July 1, the Gallatin Bulldog Pride Band with band director Gene Edwards and several adults will leave for Washington, D.C., to march in the National Independence Day Parade. The band will start its journey at about 9:30 a.m. on charter busses. The busses will be escorted by Gallatin fire truck and police car as they come down Olive Street to Business 6 (Grand), around the square, then south

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Bird/Dixon team leads DCCC Men’s League play

At the midpoint of the Daviess County Country Club Men’s League play, the team of Dillon Bird and Wade Dixon sits on top of the leader board with 20 of a possible 24 points.

Larry Heaps and Ronnie Moore are in second place alone with 19 points. Three teams have 16 points and one team has 15 points.

Two points are awarded each week to the player that wins his

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Daviess County Courthouse News (6-29-2011) – Jamesport man fires weapon at vehicle, charged with 8 felonies

Bryan Stark Jr., 17, Jamesport, was charged with eight felonies on June 25, after a shooting incident occurred on Topper Avenue in Lock Springs. Stark had driven there to fight with four subjects at 2 a.m. He jumped out of his vehicle with a 12-gauge shotgun and threatened the subjects, shooting one round into the air. The subjects ran to their vehicle to leave. Stark then shot at the back

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