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Walk/Run to Benefit Malaria Patients

TRENTON, MO — Dockery Chapel United Methodist Church and Hatton Chapel United Methodist Church are joining forces to host a 5K Fun Run/Walk to benefit the Imagine No More Malaria campaign. The event will be held July 12 at Eastside Park; 7:00 a.m. registration and 7:40 start time. Adults’ participation fee is $25, $15 for age 15 and under. T-shirts will be given to any who register early by calling

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Road Trip — It’s the Company, Not the Journey

For Scott Critten it’s not the sights to see along the way, not the journey, not the destination, it’s the friends who care enough to go with him.

On his birthday, April 26, two of his three girls came down the driveway of his rural home on Hwy. O, honking the horn to get Scott up “way too early.” It would begin a day without road blocks or barriers to

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Blasts from the Past

June 30, 2004

Gallatin students graduating from the winter/spring semester at the University of Missouri-Columbia are: Courtney Houghton, bachelor of journalism, advertising; Andrea Lynn Lockridge, juris doctor, law; and Neal Steward, B. S. in business administration, finance and banking.

Keira Story, daughter of Eugene and Mary Jane Story, was named the 2004 Daviess County Fair Queen. First runner-up was Wendy Claibourne of Winston and second runner-up was Felicia Nelson of

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Regional Jail Faces Lawsuit Claiming Wrongful Death

Did the Daviess-DeKalb County Regional Jail allow a young father of three to waste away in his own feces and urine and ultimately die of a lung infection as payback for posting negative comments about law enforcement on a social media website?

That is the claim of a Maysville woman. Janet Harris claims her husband, Timothy Harris, 36, an inmate being held at the jail while awaiting trial, died a

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Bruce Bridgman Sees World During Stint in Navy

Fishing for salmon in Alaska, fishing for Gemini 6 after splashdown

by Denise Felderman

“When they talk about seeing the world while you’re in the Navy – I did just that,” said Bruce Bridgman, US Navy, Sept. 15, 1965 to Sept. 16, 1969.

Bruce was temporarily assigned to the USS Forest Sherman. Launched in 1955, the USS Forest Sherman was the lead ship of her class of destroyer of the

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Drivin’ Ms. Lizzie

Dw.cdrOne of our drivers is gone from work for a few weeks. Suddenly who drives what is taking a higher priority in decisions to be made around this office. Driving has always commanded my attention, it seems, even during times when I unwittingly took the privilege for granted.

My first real job was driving dump trucks. Much of what money I would have at my disposal during college depended on

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Boy Scout and Leader Experience Highs, Lows of Mountain Hike

Andy is the son of Bill and Grace Carder of Gallatin. He has an older brother Robert Carder, a younger brother Jonathan and a younger sister Anna, both at Gallatin’s elementary.

A Gallatin scout and his leader got more out of the Boy Scouts High Adventure over Memorial Day weekend than either expected.

Andy Carder, 18, a graduate this year from Gallatin High School, and David Vaughn, a member of

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Going Wholeheartedly to the Dogs

Dw.cdrLiz and I know quite a bit about the “empty nest.” But there’s more laughter at our house since we acquired a new puppy this past week.

We chose to grieve a few months after we were forced to put Laddie, our little Sheltie, down last winter. As a practical matter, it’s much easier to house train a new dog in warm weather than during winter’s cold. But not having

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A Sesquicentennial Proposal

Dw.cdrWhat do you do for something 150 years old?

This has been on the back burner for some time now, knowing this week was coming. The Gallatin North Missourian will embark on its 150th year after printing this week’s edition. And before you’re finished reading this column, we’ll float a balloon about an idea on a way to celebrate.

Whew, 150 years …how’d we get here?

The countdown on

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