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Sylvia Eads Remembers the “Grand Old Man”

Wants others to remember him, too

Sylvia is pictured with Dockery Park Board members, left to right, Jack Hennen, Nick Walker, Joseph Billings, Mike Andersen, and Jake Hogan Jr. Board members not pictured are Mike Walker, Jon Thomas, Charles Loucks, and Tim Tadlock.

He was one of Gallatin’s finest old gentlemen and a generous contributor to its youth. Gov. Alexander Monroe Dockery donated the 15-acre tract of land that is

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Blasts from the Past

July 23, 2003

The National Junior College Athletics Association has named six recent graduates of North Central Missouri College in Trenton as Academic All-Americans. Among those selected to the honor was Rochelle Davitt of Gallatin.

Kathy Walker, Kayce Corwin and Brittany Rutherford attended Marching Auxiliary camp on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University at Maryville and received the highest rating in Color Guard Grand Championships.

July 21, 1993

Shelly

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Franks Remembers Shucking Corn By Hand

This picture is of Charles Lawrence Franks and his huge ears of white corn grown in the Honey Creek bottoms. The corn was raised on 30 acres of a 130-acre farm located south of Gallatin (near the present Dick Worrell farm.)

“Talk about walking in tall cotton,” said Sidney Franks, one of Charles and Vernice Franks’ nine children.

The picture was taken in the mid-1950s when Charles was probably around

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Blasts from the Past

July 16, 2003

Mark McNeely, a senior at North Daviess R-3 and the son of Terry and Dena McNeely of Jameson, recently participated in the Conservation Honors Program. He was one of 32 chosen to attend the program through its essay contest.

July 14, 1993

Matt Fischer of Winston finished as the top overall senior competitor at the Missouri Simmental Association South Central Regional Classic held at Fayetteville, Ark. Matt

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Overcoming Devastating Losses After the Flood of 1993

by Kelly (Stitt) Hightree, Jameson

Like everyone that was there during those days we all have memories of the flood. Even to this day I can still see the images in my mind of the first trickles of water coming over the levee, the crowd of people parked in front of my parent’s house, and the sandbagging that was done in an effort to hold the water back.

I remember

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Blasts from the Past

July 9, 2003

The 2003 Daviess County Fair Queen is Amanda Bohannon, daughter of Mike and Linda Bohannon. First runnerup is Lindi Wayne, daughter of Jim and Sharon Wayne.

The Trojanettes 12 and under fast pitch softball team from St. Joseph and surrounding areas has qualified for national tournaments in Orlando, Fla., Oklahoma City, Okla.; Marietta, Ga.; and Broken Arrow, Okla. The team includes Lacey Dixon and Maggie Strange of

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Pattonsburg: A Dear Friend Lost in the Flood of 1993

by Kim Green, Pattonsburg

Waters filled the streets of Old Pattonsburg.

The Great Floods of 1993 marked the end of life as we knew it in Old Pattonsburg. As the muddy waters of the Grand River flowed into the streets, homes, and businesses of our town, nothing seemed to satisfy its hunger until all were consumed.

There are no words to describe the devastation and despair left behind by such

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Blasts from the Past

June 29, 2003

Ben Morrissey and son, Dennis, scored a 66 to win B Flight in the Best Shot Tournament held at the Daviess County Country Club. D Flight winners, with a 71, were Tom Garnett and Don Garnett.

July 5, 1993

Members of the Gallatin Boxing Club who have been enjoying excellent success considering their very recent introduction to the sport are Bill Sloan, Don Eskridge, Joe Grisel, Allen

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Blasts from the Past

June 18, 2003

Billy Kerns and Levi Michener represented Gallatin as members of the Team Missouri Wrestling in the Southern Plains Wrestling Tournament in Topeka, Kan.

Outstanding members recognized at the Future Business Leaders of America banquet at Gallatin High School were freshman Kate Patton, sophomore Stephanie Dowell, junior Whitney Wright and seniors Brook Carder and Amanda Bohannon. The overall outstanding member was Roxi Davitt.

June 16, 1993

Rick Pardun

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