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Blasts from the Past

March 2-9, 2005

Six GHS athletes were named to the All-GRC Basketball Team recently: Emily Gay, Trisha Sprague, Lindsey Robertson, Andrew Adkison, Marcus Lacy and Kyle Hefley.

Winston High School senior Cody Land and junior Daniel Williams each recently reached the 1,000-point scoring plateau for their careers during the recently completed basketball season. Lang finished with 1,213 career points, ninth on the all-time WHS boys’ list. Williams will enter his

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Wondering Where to Start Your Family Tree?

Check out Green Hills Pioneers

If you’re ready to start hacking away at your family tree and your roots are from around these parts, there’s a good chance your surname is listed among the Green Hills Pioneers. The “Pioneers” is just one of many links on a website called Caldwell, Daviess and Livingston County, Missouri, which is created and hosted by Jim Stout.

Nearly all of the families in his

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Better Woman Conference Ahead

TRENTON, MO — The First Assembly of God Church (1107 E. 11th Street) will host Gretta Meeker, a minister and counselor, who is slated as guest speaker for the Better Woman Conference. There will be two sessions — March 6 and 7 — which will each include a meal, vendors, door prizes, and the featured event. Tickets are $20, may be prepurchased or bought at the door, and reservations can

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Henry Cox is Still on the Move

Henry Cox doesn’t sit at home and waste away his senior years.

“I gotta be on the move,” said the 88-year-old Gallatin resident, born May 17, 1926. “As long as I can go.”

Henry was born in Walnut Grove in the Breckenridge bottoms, northeast of town on land owned by Lynn Newman. His dad’s siblings Bill and Lewis and Ruth also lived in the area.

Henry and his father.

His

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Three Children Perish in Tragic House Fire Near Jameson

Three small children have perished and two boys and a young man received burns in a house fire late Saturday night near Jameson.

Sheriff Ben Becerra confirmed that at 11:45 p.m. on Feb. 7, law enforcement was dispatched to a structure fire two miles west of Jameson, on a gravel road at the address 18651 212th Street. A deputy and trooper arrived six minutes later, at which point the

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A Bulldog Portrait

It has been argued that this community values longevity over excellence. But some special times the two merge into one. That’s the sum of Rick Lin’s tenure as teacher and coach at Gallatin R-5 Schools.

Dw.cdrSenior Night in the Bulldogs’ gymnasium was special last night. Tradition correctly spotlights senior athletes and cheerleaders and their parents during the last home game of the season. That beat goes on and on, but

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Secret to Long Marriage Clear to This Valentine Couple

Clyde and Mildred Hulet of rural McFall have been married for 70 years and will celebrate their 71st anniversary this May 13. He is 89 and she is 88.

Mildred fell and broke her hip and then fell again and broke her leg on the same side. Since getting a lifetime teaching certificate at Maryville, this year is the only year Clyde hasn’t taught school. This year his job

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Arson Suspected in Hay, Tractor Fire, Reward Offered

Updated 2/3/15: The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office is asking for any information the public might have regarding a suspected arson fire that happened over Thursday night, Jan. 29. A tractor and eight round hay bales were set on fire sometime between 4 p.m. in the afternoon Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday morning.

The tractor and hay belong to Shay Esbeck and are located at 230th Street and Midway outside

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Group Trip to Costa Rica, General Public Invited

Another trip is being planned by EF College Study Tours, in association with North Central Missouri College in Trenton, and an informational meeting is scheduled for Feb. 11 at noon. (Meet on campus at Geyer Hall, room 100. Lunch will be provided.) The trip to Latin America is expected to include San Jose, Monteverde, Arenal, and Manuel Antonio National Park, all for a reasonable price. Participants need not be college

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