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Missouri Will Need to Take Care of Business at Home

Missouri opened Southeastern Conference play last week with a home win and a road loss. That’s somewhat to be expected, as winning on the road in conference play is a tough task for any SEC team except for otherworldly Kentucky. Even the Wildcats needed two overtimes to win at Texas A&M last Saturday.

Since Missouri (7-8, 1-1 in SEC play through Sunday) joined the SEC for the 2012-13 season,

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Blasts from the Past

Jan. 12, 2005

Freezing rain and icy roads have made a shambles of high school basketball tournaments throughout Northwest Missouri this week, including the 11th annual Lawson Tournament. Unless conditions improve this afternoon (Wednesday), tonight’s games could be in jeopardy, as well. A full day of games on Saturday is a foregone conclusion.

Clayton Baker, the third-ranked Missouri Class 1 wrestler at 189 pounds, remained unbeaten at 11-0 by

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Redbirds Off to Best Start (9-1) in School History

Winston’s boys may have gotten off to a slow start against Princeton last week, but the Redbirds are enjoying their best start in school history in terms of victories through the end of December.

Winston’s 6-4 lead over Princeton at the end of the first quarter during action in the NCMC Holiday Hoops was not a preview of things to come. The Redbirds nearly doubled up on the Tigers when

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GHS Girls Rally to Beat East Buchanan

Gallatin’s Tristyn Siegel and Bailey Maxwell found themselves in the middle of a loose ball scramble that involved nearly half the players on the court during early action in Tuesday night’s game against East Buchanan.

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs shrugged off three turnovers in the final 1:19 of play Tuesday night and hung on to defeat visiting East Buchanan, 48-47, in non-conference basketball.

Gallatin trailed for the entire first half but

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Remembering Dizzy

With windchill temperatures dipping below zero, it may seem odd to talk about baseball. But that’s one of the sport’s strengths – the promise of spring while in the grip of fierce winter. Another compelling thing about baseball is its history, woven into the fabric of our society.


Dw.cdrWith this one word, you immediately travel back decades in time, at least for Cardinals baseball fans.

Dizzy Dean stands among

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GJV Teams Ready to Tip Off at Braymer

Gallatin junior varsity basketball teams travel to Braymer next week for action in the Braymer Invitational Tournament.

The jayvee girls are seeded fifth overall and will play #4 Richmond JV at 4:30 p.m. on Monday. The #5 seeded jayvee boys are in Pool A and will open the tournament against #1 Braymer at 5:45 on Monday.

Gallatin’s boys will also play #4 Breckenridge on Wednesday at 5:45 in pool competition.

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Missouri Earns 11th Win in Citrus bowl

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri capped its season with a 33-17 win over Minnesota on New Year’s Day in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl. You may understandably find wings and citrus to be a surprising combination, but perhaps that’s a fitting end to a surprising Missouri season that saw the Tigers repeat as SEC East champions and again outpace expectations.

Missouri (11-3) started slowly against Minnesota (8-5), which was playing

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2014 in Review!

A summary of what made the news during the past year (January – June)


Legislation addresses gap between cell phone use and landline fees; Missouri Department of Economic Development visits Jamesport; Outpouring of support for the Multi-Purpose Center in Pattonsburg; Chautauqua in question; council resigns en masse; Maysville businessman J. Eggleston is running for House seat; Allison Spidle joins RE/MAX Town and Country as new sales associate; Rachel Rogers

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Varsity Cheerleaders Provide Bulldog Spirit

Gallatin varsity basketball cheerleaders are shown, clockwise, from bottom left: Jasmine Ramirez, Aubrey Nelson, Cayden Johnson, Kylie Jeffers, Megan Redman, Chloe Simmons, Jaylee Baker, Hailey Toney, Chrissy Blundell and Maria Bickford. Their sponsor is Kelly Walker. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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