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Gallatin Will Host “The Moving Wall” Aug. 21-25

The Veterans of Frank Frazier Post #2172 of Gallatin and the citizens of Gallatin will be hosting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall from Aug. 21 through Aug. 25 at Dockery Park in Gallatin. Originally the event was scheduled for September. Please mark your calendars for the August event.

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The Moving Wall is one of three replicas of the original monument

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A Penney for Your Thoughts

Think you know the famous merchant?

James Cash Penney circa 1902.

Q. In what state besides Missouri did Penney own farms?

A. New York.

Q. What did Penney call his home farm in Hamilton?

A. He named this farm “Homeplace Farms.”

Q. Besides farmer, what was his father’s other occupation?

A. Minister.

Q. How man children were in the Penney family?

A. 12

Q. What did J.C. Penney refuse to

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50th Anniversary of Kennedy’s Assassination

Where were you on that day?

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time on Friday, Nov. 22, 1963, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Kennedy was fatally shot by a sniper while traveling with his wife Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and Connally’s wife Nellie, in a presidential motorcade. A ten-month investigation in 1963–64 by the Warren Commission concluded that

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Old Sign Finds New Home at City Hall

Casey Guernsey donated the old Wabash Depot sign to the city of Gallatin on Monday, Oct. 7. Rep. Guernsey bought the sign from the collection of Norman and Carolyn O’Hare of rural Gallatin. The O’Hares had an antique shop at one time on the east side of the square in Gallatin called Carmen’s Antiques.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gallatin Mayor Barb Ballew said the sign would

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A Lot of History in One Place

James Rogers, rural Gallatin, hosted the Daviess County History Museum during Heritage Days in Jamesport last weekend. His display includes over 500 authentic Native American artifacts, mastodon and mammoth fossils, petrified wood, Lake Superior agates, and other gemstones. Also featured are coins, local relics, history and platte books. There is also a theater and educational room to enlighten students as well as visitors. One of the displays in the museum

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Changes

Dw.cdrWe expect lineup changes in football. The National Football League (NFL) is also called “Not For Long.” Graduations on the collegiate and high school levels guarantee roster turnover every year. Reminiscing is best when the memories are of championships.

Last Friday’s salute to the 1983 GHS Bulldogs marked a 30th anniversary of significance. Those Bulldogs finished their regular season perpetuating a 38-game winning streak and landed 12 spots on

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Gallatin’s Long-Standing Patriots Celebrate 100th Birthday

DAR members Nancy Terry and Mary Froman-Ellis are pictured at the window display at Eileine’s Beauty Shop on the east side of the square in Gallatin.

Gallatin Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will celebrate its 100th birthday at the Northwest District DAR meeting at Maryville on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Named after the town’s namesake, Albert Gallatin, the chapter was organized on Nov. 22, 1913.

A display table will

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Blasts from the Past

Aug. 27, 2003

Gallatin Bulldog football captains for the 2003 season are Adam Strein, Patrick Dickinson and Tyler Nichols.

Nicole Woodward earned the victory in the season opener for the Pattonsburg Lady Panther softball team. She also paced the Panthers at the plate with two hits.

Aug. 25, 1993

Pattonsburg R-2 Superintendent Gene Walker says flood damage to approximately 85% of the school’s floor space now has insurance estimators increasing

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Pattonsburg Celebrates an Old Church Anew

A new time capsule will be put together and the cornerstone reset on September 15. “We don’t know yet what will go in this new time capsule. We are currently taking recommendations from the congregation,” said Maurice McNeely, a representative of the Pattonsburg Genealogy Society Treeclimbers, who attends the church. The Society was asked to assist in researching and compiling a history of the congregation. A 100 year anniversary of

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