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2011-12 Basketball: Bulldogs outlast Warriors to move to 3-0 in GRC

Even while many things were going wrong for Gallatin’s boys in the late stage of Friday night’s game against Albany, enough were going right to preserve a Grand River Conference victory.

The Bulldogs survived 21 turnovers, many coming in the fourth quarter, to defeat a feisty Albany team, 60-56, and stay in a three-way tie for first place in conference standings, along with Stanberry and South Harrison.

The Bulldog win

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Blasts from the Past – Compiled by Dennis Cox, GNM sports editor

Editor’s note: Hope you are enjoying this new series featuring Daviess County sports news pulled from the headlines of the North Missourian from years past. Dates given are actual print dates for the NM.

Jan. 23, 2002

Jan. 27, 1982

Jan. 27, 1972

Jan. 25, 1962

Jan. 24, 1952

Jan. 29, 1942

-Gallatin is to be the site for the Class B regional basketball tournament. Teams to compete here are

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Youth wrestlers amass 74 medals in six meets

The Gallatin Youth Wrestling club, 29 members strong, has competed in six tournaments to date and brought home 74 medals: 18 first place, 21 second place, 18 third place, 14 fourth place and two fifth place medals. Tournaments attended included Savannah, Lathrop, Cameron, Oak Park, Kearney and Maysville. The club has earned 203 wins to date, 118 by pin.

First place winners at Maysville were Payton Baker, Andon Allen, Gage

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Daviess County Courthouse News 1/25/12

 Sheriff’s Office

Larry G. and Diane E. Herring reported a burglary at their residence in Winston on Jan. 21. Sometime between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m., someone had entered their home and ransacked it. Photographs had been thrown on the floor and the glass in the frames had been shattered. A flat screen TV had been knocked off the TV stand but was undamaged. The master bedroom was ransacked and

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Postscripts by Joe Snyder — Harry Truman, The Missouri President

When I finished reading about President Roosevelt in Presidential Anecdotes, I couldn’t stop there and had to read on about the next president, Harry Truman.

On April 12, 1945, Vice-President Harry S. Truman, who was born in 1884, dropped by Speaker Sam Rayburn’s office for a late afternoon drink. As Rayburn was mixing the drinks he said that Steve Early, the White House press secretary, had left a message asking

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Letter to the Editor by Jerry Tichenor

Dear Editor,

Lathrop Schools Four-Day Fraud

Since the unethical Lathrop school board voted for the four-day school week, three of the seven board members have been replaced by self-employed citizens with some common sense.

The new school board members have found out that the previous superintendent lied about the savings of a four-day school week. The savings came from eliminating six faculty positions. When 80% of the budget is teachers’

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Letter to the Editor by Alicia Endicott

Dear Editor:

I was able to attend the public meeting last night, Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the high school regarding the four day school week.

For someone who had been undecided on the issue, I found the meeting to be informative and the discussion honest and straight forward. However, the turn out from the community was disappointing. As a mother of three with two already in school I feel that

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Straight Talk with Sam by Congressman Sam Graves — The State of the Union

The Constitution says that the President shall "from time to time give to the Congress information of the State of the Union…" That time comes this week as the President will report on the condition of our country and outline his legislative goals for the year.

The State of the Union speech is full of pomp and circumstance. It was not always this way. Thomas Jefferson thought the speech made

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MOFB’s “Cut to the Chase” by Rebecca French Smith — A new coffee shop

Most farmers and ranchers in Missouri are passionate about agriculture. Their passion is increasingly flowing into new outlets as they embrace social media to talk about what they do. It’s a new meeting place—an online coffee shop—where thousands of conversations about food occur daily. Farmers and ranchers tweet, post and share information about market prices and regulations and policies that affect them, but they’re also beginning to listen and participate

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