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Letter to the Editor: More on City Utilities, Finances

Dear Editor:

An editorial in last week’s paper titled “A Positive Sales Tax Meeting” read in part:

“It takes money to make money. Do you believe this adage? On Tuesday, April 8, Gallatin voters will decide whether to actually put money to that truth. The vote will be on a half-cent sales tax. If it passes, a list of much needed improvements can be attempted, each of which promises to

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Letter to the Editor: Still Caring About Gallatin

Dear Editor:

I just finished reading last week’s paper which came a little before noon. I read your column and also the mayor’s letter and about the small crowd who attended the meeting about the half cent sales tax. Gallatin is still our hometown and Joe and I plan to be buried in Brown cemetery before too long and hope there will be someone there to greet us. We personally

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Capitol Report: Funding Higher Education

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Missouri’s post-secondary education system plays a critical role in our state’s economy. The degrees, courses, and programs offered throughout Missouri’s universities, colleges and technical schools enhance our workforce, bolster economic development, and allow us to compete in an ever-changing world. Therefore, as we look to the future, it is imperative that we have a top tier post-secondary education system in Missouri that is affordable and

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Jesus and the Hypocrites

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The world says, “There are too many hypocrites in the church.” Jesus agrees.

In Matthew 21:18-19, Jesus defined hypocrisy, “Now in the morning, when He was returning to the city, He became hungry. Seeing a lone fig tree by the road, He came to it and found nothing on it except leaves only; and He said to it, No longer shall there ever be any fruit

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Capitol Perspectives: Unfinished Business

by Phill Brooks

If you sense that Missouri government has become unable to resolve major state problems, take a look at the agenda facing your state lawmakers after they returned from their spring break. It’s a laundry list of lingering problems that have plagued the state for years without resolution:

- Finding solutions for unaccredited urban schools.

- Fixing the state’s broken school-funding system.

- Addressing the ballooning loss of

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Oops!

ShepherdCalls_WPIt was Sunday morning. I awoke early and got ready for church. When I went to put on my shoes, they were muddy from wearing them in the recent snows and mud. Reluctantly (I’m not fond of shining shoes), I got out my trusted shoeshine kit and cleaned them up.

Realizing time was passing fast; I hurriedly stopped in the kitchen to get another cup of coffee. Looking out the

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The Right Way to Do It

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

It takes very little these days for Herb to get himself into a royal snit and last week he was snitting full-bore as we stood in the checkout lane of the grocery store. The lady ahead of him had her hands full, both of groceries and children, and a goodly-sized line had backed up behind her as she carefully laid out a row

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City of Gallatin’s Public Meeting

Dw.cdrIt takes money to make money. Do you believe this adage?

On Tuesday, April 8, Gallatin voters will decide whether to actually put money to that truth. The vote will be on a half-cent sales tax. If it passes, a list of much needed improvements can be attempted, each of which promises to save us significant money whenever completed. If the vote  fails, then not much on the list will

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Letter to the Editor: The Mayor Speaks

Dear Editor:

I’m not blind, nor am I deaf. I can hear all the rumors and contention going around our community regarding the utility costs and the petition to have the City of Gallatin audited. Both of these things are serious.

Your council and city employees take these issues very seriously. Right now, and for the past several years, you have voted in a council that has taken daily city

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