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Winston Students Top Shooters at Area Competition

Zane Snow, senior, Aaron Piburn, junior, and Stephen Wilkerson, sophomore, pictured left to right, from the Winston FFA Chapter traveled to Trenton on Sept. 13 to compete in the Area 2 FFA Association Trapshoot along with Winston FFA Advisor Katie Martin. Aaron and Stephen were the top shooters of the competition receiving first and second place respectfully after a shoot-off to break their tie. Stephen was also recognized for being

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Gallatin Club to Participate in Garage Sale

The Laureate Delta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 8 at the home of Peggy Noel. Prior to the meeting, Peggy gave members a tour of her garden. Preliminary plans were made to participate in the city wide garage sale on Oct. 4. Members voted to donate a basket of kitchen items for the “Kicking Cancer with Kindness” auction also on Oct. 4. The next meeting will be

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Upward Bound Program Accepting Applications

The Upward Bound (U.B.) program is now accepting applications from interested students in the Trenton R-9, Chillicothe R-2, Gallatin R-5, Penney R-2, Tri-County R-7 and Grundy R-5 school districts. U.B. assists high school students in preparation for successful college entrance through academic year advising, tutoring, and a culturally rewarding summer component. It is hosted locally by North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

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‘Museum Day’ 2014 — Get in for Free!

ST. JOSEPH, MO — On Saturday, Sept. 27, the whole family can join the Museum Association of St. Joseph for the national, annual Museum Day, and celebrate America’s dynamic heritage and cultural life. Each participant in the Museum Association of St. Joseph features exhibits and programs on different topics, and the hours that they will be open are as follows: Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, 2818 Frederick, 10 a.m. to

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Blasts from the Past

Sept. 15, 2004

Lacey Dixon pitched an eye-popping 13-inning complete game with 14 strikeouts, one walk and five hits allowed in a 1-0 GHS victory over Mid-Buchanan.

Danny and Karen Critten have been selected as Parade Marshals for the 19th Annual Chautauqua Parade on Sept. 18.

Sept. 14, 1994

Jack and Dorothy Lynch will be Grand Marshals for the Saturday evening Chautauqua Parade.

Terry Implement Company is sponsoring an

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Weigand is Member of Marching Eagle Band

Denise Weigand is a member of the Sound of Central Marching Eagle Band. The band is a performance ensemble in the Swinney Conservatory of Music at Central Methodist University.

The Marching Band performs at home football games and also presents an exhibition at the Central Methodist University annual Marching Festival, Band Day which will be held on October 11. The first home game will be Saturday, September 13, at 6

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City, County Request Support for Victims of Childhood Cancer

Gallatin Mayor Barbara Ballew signed a proclamation on Monday, Sept. 8, proclaiming September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is the number one disease killing children today. Tens of thousands of children and teenagers will be diagnosed with cancer each year. Cancer spares no one, affecting children from every socioeconomic background. The citizens of Gallatin are urged to join the effort to support the victims of childhood cancer and to

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Making It Happen — Preview of Pattonsburg Fall Festival

A recently formed “Pattonsburg Makes it Happen” committee has big plans in the works to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Pattonsburg’s move out of the flood plain, according to Richard W. Mooney, who is with the town’s Department of Economic Development.

One of the projects that the committee is working on is the development of a fall festival that will be held in October of this year.

“The festival

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Flushing Out Childhood Cancer

A golden toilet is making the rounds in the neighborhoods of Gallatin. The toilet is meant to use a little humor to inspire everyone to remember that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Gold is the international symbol for childhood cancer. Gold, the most precious metal, was chosen to recognize the most precious members of our communities, the children. Citizens must pay to have the toilet removed from their yard.

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