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2014 Tax Sale Notice

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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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Upward Bound Provides Help to College-Bound

by Samuel Joseph Hamilton

Good grades, exceptional test scores, community service hours, a spectacular essay and an impeccable resume are all essential when applying to a college or university. With admission into post-secondary institutions becoming more competitive, high school graduates from rural areas are finding it more difficult to gain admission to the college of their choice. Small, tight-knit communities are a wonderful place to grow up, but schools in

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Pattonsburg Approves $2.4 Million Budget

Students will have laptops next year

The proposed budget of $2.4 million was approved with budget message, comparisons and amendments during the meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Education held June 19.

All summer projects are on schedule or ahead of schedule this summer. The kitchen hot water heater had to be replaced as an additional summer expense. Shelves for the second, third and fourth grade classrooms were built to

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Loftin Attends Boys State, Wins “Model City”

Joey Loftin of Jameson recently completed the 75th Session of the American Legion Boys State at Warrensburg. Joey, a junior last school year at North Daviess R-3, was selected by his counselor Wendel Burns for nomination to the organization. He attended for eight days. Boys State uses a democratic system as a basis to equip the citizens of MBS to construct their own state, utilizing the core values that

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Blasts from the Past

June 23, 2004

Gallatin’s Brice Garnett shot an opening round 67 to claim the lead in the 96th Missouri Amateur Golf Championship held at Persimmon Wood Golf Course in Weldon Springs, Mo.

Kara Sullenger, daughter of John and Mary Sullenger of Gallatin, has been named to the University of Evansville Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement in the 2004 spring semester. Kara attended Harlaxton in Grantham, England, an extension

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Two on MU Dean’s List

The Office of the Registrar at the University of Missouri has announced two students from Gallatin, Derrick Charles Lin, sophomore, journalism, and Shalyn LeAnn Selby, senior, nursing, have been named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2014.

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North Daviess Repairs Facility, Hires Science Teacher

The North Daviess Board of Education received a facilities update during their meeting held June 16. Windows are in process of being installed. A tree branch fell over on the ag building and punched three holes in the metal roofing. Wendel Burns, Henry Rhoades, Dan Street and Dan Weese did the repairs with sheet metal they found in the shop.

Superintendent Becky Morris said that next year’s budget will permit

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Blasts from the Past

June 16, 2004

Volunteers are building a new Daviess County Country Club clubhouse. The 40 x 60 building will have metal sides and a roof with a twelve foot overhang. No one is sure when the first clubhouse was built, but it was originally used as an airport hanger, placing its construction in the mid ’30s.

The Gallatin High School Class of 1944 held their 60th reunion. Ten members were

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Missouri State Releases Spring 2014 Graduation, Dean’s Lists

Each semester, students at Missouri State who attain academic excellence are named to the dean’s list, including from our area, Gallatin: Shannon N Wick; Pattonsburg: Emily S Dilley and Grant D Hartley; and Winston: Kirstin N Riggs.

For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours during the spring semester and at least a 3.50 grade point average (on a 4.00 scale).

Missouri State University conferred 2,381

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