You are invited to join the celebration of the 40th wedding anniversary of Keith and Linda Talbott between 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Kidder Baptist Church. [Submitted Photo]
Jan. 19, 2005
A special dedicatory celebration will be held Jan. 22, when William Jewell College will name its new wood basketball court in honor of veteran men’s basketball coach Larry Holley, who has been the head men’s coach for the past 25 years.
Northwest Missouri State University Student Senate President Chase Cornett, son of Ronnie and Pam Cornett of Pattonsburg, is one of only six college students from the
J.R. and Betty Bird of Gallatin will celebrate their 66th wedding anniversary on Jan. 16. They were married on that date in 1949. They have five children, Sharon (Kenneth) Lockridge, Patricia (Mike) Ehly, Joe (Louise) Bird, Bob (Sue) Bird and Clint (Marcia) Bird; 14 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. [Submitted Photo]
Jan. 12, 2005
Freezing rain and icy roads have made a shambles of high school basketball tournaments throughout Northwest Missouri this week, including the 11th annual Lawson Tournament. Unless conditions improve this afternoon (Wednesday), tonight’s games could be in jeopardy, as well. A full day of games on Saturday is a foregone conclusion.
Clayton Baker, the third-ranked Missouri Class 1 wrestler at 189 pounds, remained unbeaten at 11-0 by
David and Sherry Bridgeman of Altamont are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Bridgeman, to Doug Keller, son of Doug and Sandy Keller of St. Joseph. Samantha graduated from Gallatin High School in 2004 and from Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph, in 2008 and is currently employed at Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Doug graduated from Central High School in 1991 and is currently working at Keller
A summary of what made the news during the past year (January – June)
Legislation addresses gap between cell phone use and landline fees; Missouri Department of Economic Development visits Jamesport; Outpouring of support for the Multi-Purpose Center in Pattonsburg; Chautauqua in question; council resigns en masse; Maysville businessman J. Eggleston is running for House seat; Allison Spidle joins RE/MAX Town and Country as new sales associate; Rachel Rogers
Doug and Michelle Avriette of Gallatin with Clifford Parton of Kansas City, Mo., and Terina Carpenter of Norfolk, Neb., happily announce the marriage of their children, Megan Jewel Avriette and Gregory Parton.
The private ceremony was officiated by Pastor Jerry Henderson of Trenton on December 13, 2014 in Kingston at the home of the bride’s maternal grandparents, Terry and Debbie McCrackin. The bride’s paternal grandparents are Bill and Becca Hodges
Del Ray and Judy Ann (Shuler) Vyrostek of Gallatin will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Jan. 2, 2015. They were married at the Jamesport Baptist Church in Jamesport. The Vyrostek family invites friends and family to a small reception and time of Christian fellowship with Del Ray and Judy on Saturday, Jan. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Gallatin First Baptist Church. Del Ray and Judy are
Gary and Nancy Salmon will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 27. They were married in Albany in 1964 at the Christian Church. Gary and Nancy grew up as neighbors and friends, both graduating from King City High School. Gary worked at GMC in Kansas City, Kan., for 30 years, and also served three years in the Army during the Vietnam conflict. Nancy graduated from Northwest Missouri State
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