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Good Thinking: Decoration Day

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Decoration Day, May 30 – a day set aside to “decorate” the graves of fallen heroes with flowers. I remember, as a child, observing Decoration Day. I would go with my mother and grand-mother to visit the cemeteries where our relatives were buries; there, we would place fresh-cut flowers on their graves. We would also place flowers on the graves of those men & women, whom

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VFW Will Host Memorial Day Service

VFW Post 2172 will hold Memorial Day services at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 26, at Lyle Cemetery in Gallatin. The Ladies Auxiliary, boy scouts and girls scouts will participate in the ceremonies. Speaker will be Mike Arnold.

The post members will be selling grave marker flags at Brown Cemetery Memorial Day weekend, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

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Civil War Reenactment Comes to Kingston

The Caldwell County Civil War Reenactment, “A Country, A County Divided” is scheduled for June 6-8 in Kingston. Friday, June 6, is “Living History Day” for summer school programs and anyone who wants to walk through the camps as reenactors share Civil War equipment and gear. There will be “night fire” that evening, complete with cannons and fireworks. Saturday will include a 5k run, Victorian-period fashion show, reenactment of the

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Vet Home Adopts Another Dog

CAMERON, MO — The Missouri Veterans Home has adopted a new friend, an adult Pyrenees/Collie mix. Daisy was part of the Puppies on Parole program through the Missouri Department of Corrections, where inmates and canines are matched up for mutually beneficial training. She joined her new human companions last Tuesday, as well as fellow dog and former Puppies on Parole graduate, Ginger, who’d previously been welcomed as a permanent resident

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Jerry Ferguson Serves Aboard St. Paul

by Denise Felderman

The Veterans of Frank Frazier Post 2172 of Gallatin and the citizens of Gallatin will proudly host the Vietnam Veterans Memorial “The Moving Wall” from Aug. 21-25 at Dockery Park in Gallatin. The following stories are a collection of stories from Vietnam veterans of Daviess County.

Jerry Ferguson, US Navy, July 1969 – April 1971

Jerry’s dad was in WWII and his grandfather was in WWI. Jerry

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Nicholas Dias Art Work in State Competition


Nicholas Powell Dias, a senior at Gallatin High School, will be going to state competition with his pencil-drawn portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt. Nicholas is sponsored by the local V.F.W. and Ladies Auxiliary through the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Awards. “Theodore Roosevelt is the embodiment of the American spirit,” Nicholas explained. “From the hills of San Juan to the Oval Office he led with power and compassion for the

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VFW and Ladies Auxiliary to Hold District Meeting

VFW and Ladies Auxiliary District One meeting will be 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 12, at VFW Post 1773 in Carrollton. Joint sessions will be held, break for lunch, and then separate meetings. Bring a covered dish or dessert. The state president for Ladies Auxiliary Danetta Wakefield of Monett will be present and the department chief of staff and past department presidents are also scheduled to appear. A memorial ceremony

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Reenactment Planned, Battle of Plattsburg

It’s been 150 years since the Battle of Plattsburg (July 21, 1864) and the town plans to commemorate with a weekend of events free to the public, April 26-27. Perkins Park (east side of town) will set up an authentic Civil War camp, host two battle reenactments (Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m.), and present demos, ceremonies, children’s activities, a play – “The Jewel of Plattsburg,” live music, a period-style Sunday

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Apply Now for a Full Scholarship, ACOT

ST. JOSEPH, MO – This year the American College of Technology — an institution through which all courses are online — has committed $364,400 to the Warrior Transition Command for a total of 10 full scholarships, amounting to $36,440 each. Five of those scholarships will be given to wounded service members, and five to their spouses or dependents. Scholarships cover the full cost of tuition, course materials, and fees. 

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