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Blast from the Past

Feb. 26, 2003

Backed by four players in double figures, Gallatin’s boys trounced Stanberry, 80-53, to earn a share of the GRC basketball title. Jeremiah Gibson scored 18 points. Colby Swanstone, Duke Burge and Will Jarboe added 17, 15 and 14 points, respectively.

Feb. 24, 1993

Gallatin’s Gwen Spidle will be a featured gymnast competing this weekend in the 11th Annual Dragon Invitational Gymnastics Meet held at St. Joseph’s

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Warriors Upset Top Two Seeds to Take District 16 Title

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Chris Cameron reaches for a lob pass in a crowd of Albany Warriors during Saturday night’s district semifinal.

Albany played the role of giant killer over the weekend by upsetting first #1 seeded Gallatin and then #2 South Harrison to claim the Class 2, District 16 title.

Rudy Sagan scored off a screen on a throw-in with 22 seconds left to give the Warriors a 55-54 lead. The Bulldogs called

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Hospital Notes

Joe Snyder, former editor and publisher of the Gallatin North Missourian and current Post Scripts columnist, should be released from Region Medical Center in Cedar Park, north of Austin, Texas, the evening of Feb. 27. Joe has been in the hospital three times since Feb. 2, when he went in for gallbladder surgery. It’s the first time Joe has been in the hospital in his life. His wife Katherine said

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Swarm Chasers — Honey of a Hobby for Gallatin Grad

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Shannon Holcomb and a few of his friends.

Shannon Holcomb, GHS graduate of 1973, remembers answering one of his first calls with the Swarm Chasers last year. He found himself standing atop scaffolding at the Leah Spratt Mansion in St. Joseph. A woodpecker had nailed one of the front porch columns in the 165 year old house, making easy access for a colony of bees. A nest of perhaps 30,000

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Dockery Park Board Has Nine New Members

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Jack Hennen, Mike Walker, Nick Walker, Joseph Billings, Mike Andersen, Jon Thomas, Charles Loucks, Jake Hogan Jr., and Tim Tadlock were appointed to the Dockery Park board during the regular meeting of the Gallatin Board of Aldermen held Feb. 25.

Jack Hennen, Mike Walker and Nick Walker were appointed to one year terms on the Park Board. Joseph Billings, Mike Andersen and Jon Thomas were appointed to

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Survey: Community Papers Still Tops for Local News

Community newspaper readers, surveyed recently, still say they prefer their local papers for getting their news and information. The survey was conducted in small U.S. towns and cities where the circulation size of the local newspaper was 15,000 or less.

The survey was conducted for the National Newspaper Association by the research arm of the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. This is the survey’s

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Cut to the Chase: A Conspiracy to Feed the World

by Stewart Truelsen

The success of American agriculture is so mind-boggling that critics and conspiracy theorists alike can’t resist finding something evil, secretive or just plain awful about it.

One blogger writes that seed vaults exist so the wealthy ultimately can survive as “their sinister practices of corporate food production and destruction of the environment unfold to lessen the population.” In other words, the upper-classes would push the world toward

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Street Signs Disappear in Grundy County

GRUNDY COUNTY, MO — The Grundy County Commission is seeking information concerning the theft of street signs across the county. The commission said this morning that the street signs are disappearing throughout the county, with one township having about 30 signs missing. Commissioners said the theft of the signs pose a hazard for emergency crews trying to respond to a call out in the county. Without street signs, the crews

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Letter to the Editor: The North Daviess Petition

Dear Editor:

I taught fifth and sixth grades at Jameson in 1958 to 59. I had 16 fifth graders and 15 sixth graders.

Years later I taught kindergarten and Title I for two years at Coffey. When Mrs. Price retired I taught first, second and third a few years. Later years I taught art and then substituted.

My daughter graduated from Coffey in 1978. My son graduated from Coffey in

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