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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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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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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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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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Century Farm families help county celebrate rich legacy

The theme of this year’s Daviess County Chautauqua is “Our Rich Heritage” and Century Farm families have been asked to bring their tractors, trailers, trucks and anything else farm-related to serve as special grand marshals at the 2016 Chautauqua Parade.

The parade will be held at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17. The parade line-up will start at the Baptist Church, 511 West Richardson Street, and head towards Main Street

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Sept. 13, 2006

Authorities have yet to charge a suspect in a shootout at a rural farm house about five miles east of Coffey that left two Hispanic males dead, uncovered one of the largest marijuana operations discovered to date in the area, and provoked a massive manhunt in Daviess County.

Kathryn Everly, Danielle Critten, Alex Burge and Sydney Elbert combined to lead Gallatin to a fourth straight title in

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Sept. 6, 2006

Winston Elementary sixth grader Kristen Heldenbrand placed second in the nation in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks annual Americanism Essay Contest. Over 67,000 children in grades five through eight participated in two age groups. Kristen is the daughter of Duane and Angie Heldenbrand of Winston.

Lacey Dixon threw a perfect game, no-hitter, and Shelby Chadwick belted a two-run, game-ending homer as Gallatin defeated Princeton, 10-0,

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Aug. 30, 2006

The Stan and Denise Ray family of Gallatin represented Daviess County as the Missouri Farm Bureau Farm Family at the 2006 Missouri State Fair.

Members of the First Christian Church received first place at the Adult Softball Tournament played Aug. 26-27 at Dockery Park. Team members were: Stacey Maxwell, Kelly Simmons, Natalie Bird, Kelsey Parker, Laura Hoyle, Jesse Bird, Dean Swalley, Todd Warren, David Maxwell and Scott

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Aug. 23, 2006

Tayton Terry, 5, Gallatin, took first place in the finals at the Yamaha Win MX Series Race. The race was held at the Farm Motocross in Indianola, Iowa. He received first place in the 50cc Class on his 2006 KTM.

Junior Lacey Dixon threw a two-hitter and Gallatin batters broke through with a three-run, four-hit sixth inning in downing Milan, 5-0, in season-opening softball action.

Makayla Dutro,

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