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Blast from the Past

Nov. 29, 2006

Christmas in the Park 2006 Baby Show was held in the community building at Dockery Park on Saturday. Little Miss Snowflake (4-6 year old girls) was Charlee Prentice, daughter of Curt and Candice Prentice of Gallatin. Little Mister Snowflake (4-6 year old boys) was Nathan Miranda, son of Moses and Robin Miranda of Chillicothe.

With weather forecasters predicting freezing rain and temperatures plunging into the teens by

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From Gallatin to Chicago to Sissek to Galllatin in 100+ years!

Every postcard carries its own story, sometimes far beyond the scene it depicts. This view of the south side of the Gallatin business square is postmarked Jan. 12, 1909. Note the top of Gallatin’s brick water tower in the upper right and the gas bulb street light in use at that time.

This postcard recently returned to Gallatin upon purchase by collector Johnnie Black at Frost Automotive

This postcard recently returned to Gallatin upon purchase by collector Johnnie Black at Frost Automotive

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Blast from the past

Nov. 8, 2006

Emily Michener, a senior at Gallatin High School, has been selected as the local nominee for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Students are selected based upon their contributions to the school and community. Emily is the daughter of Carla and Tim Michener of Gallatin.

Gallatin filled a record 21 spots on the 2006 GRC Football Honor Squad. Receiving honors for Gallatin are: Riley Rains, Nic Burrell,

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Oct. 18, 2006

Gallatin’s Marching Bulldog band won first place in their division in parade competition at Central Missouri State University on Saturday.

Gallatin’s quest for a berth in the Class 1 softball Final Four ended Saturday when Jefferson recorded the game’s final out and held on to a 3-2 victory over the Lady Bulldogs. Gallatin finished the season with an all-time GHS best record (winning %) of 15-3.

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Blast from the past

Oct. 11, 2006

Cpl. Gregory Hickey, USMC, arrived at Camp Lejeune, N.C. on Oct. 2, after a seven-month deployment in Iraq. Cpl. Hickey served in Delta Company, 2nd Amphibious Assault Battalion, attached to the 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment in Iraq’s Al Anbar Province. He is the son of David and Grace Hickey of Gallatin.

Gallatin’s 2006 all-conference softball honorees include Lacey Dixon and Maggie Strange, first

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Antique fire hydrants have new future

jameson-hydrant-text16114_3Jameson had a new water system installed this summer and nine antique Mueller fire hydrants were retired after 51 years of faithful service. The hydrants were made in Chattanooga, Tenn., in 1965. All nine were bound for the scrap heap.

Jameson’s Village Clerk Elaine Bohannon had seen vintage fire hydrants for sale on ebay and other online markets.

“When I realized the hydrants were just going to be scrapped, I

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Blast from the past

Oct. 4, 2006

Crowned to reign over the 2006 Homecoming last Friday night were seniors Alyssa Strein and Andrew Adksion.

With a 4-3 win over Hamilton, Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs earned only their second co-GRC softball title in school history. The Lady Bulldogs, 12-2, currently own the best winning percentage of any GHS team since softball was instituted in 1989.

Oct. 2, 1996

The Gallatin Marching Band drumline placed first in

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Blast from the past

Sept. 27, 2006

Jonathan Arnold, Abby Ray and Terrill Wood have been selected to perform in the All-District Choir concert to be held Oct. 28 at Platte County High School.

The Gallatin Bulldogs steam-rolled Hamilton, 46-6, to keep pace with South Harrison and Princeton in the race for supremacy in the Grand River Conference. Derrick Love rushed for three touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Quarterback Nic Burrell threw TD passes to

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Blast from the past

Sept. 21, 2006

For the first time in many years, a carnival was part of the Daviess County Chautauqua. The carnival set up along East Grand Street from Gallatin City Hall to the four-way stop.

Logan Corwin will receive his Eagle Scout award at an official ceremony at the First Baptist Church on Sept. 24. Logan’s project was making improvements to the dugouts at the Dockery Park ballfields.

With her

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