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GHS Golf Begins on Monday

Gallatin R-5 girls’ golf coach Cindy Boles has set Monday, Aug. 3, as the opening date for pre-season practice for the GHS Lady Bulldog golf team.

Participants must have a signed physical in order to practice. Girls should bring their clubs, as well.

For more information, contact Coach Boles at 663-2037.

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Trojanettes Wind Down Season with Top Finishes

Trojanettes 16 and Under Red ended their season with a team record of 19 wins, 21 losses and one tie. Top finishes included first place in the MSP World Series Tune-Up; third place in the Adair Summer Finale; and third place in the ASA World Series Warm-Up.

Team members are pictured, left to right, front row, Deanna Clayton, Burlington Junction; Dani Major, Platte City; middle row, Adrian Fletchall, Grant City,

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Local Team Takes Third in Show-Me Basketball

A group of soon-to-be fifth graders from Gallatin finished in third place last weekend in the Missouri Show-Me State Games basketball competition. The group, making its second appearance in the games, finished 4-1 against top level teams from St. Louis, Columbia, Fulton and St. Peters.

Team members were, front row, from left: Peyton Johnson, Brett Hemry and Ethan Adkison; back row: Payton Feiden, Layton Schubert and Isaac Bird. Team members

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Help Needed to Identify Football Players

Do you know anyone from this 1936Gallatin football team?

Ron Harlow of Kearney discovered the negatives of these old pictures of a Gallatin football team while going through some of his late grandmother Murl (James) Harlow’s storage boxes.

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“I’d heard stories that my father was a whiz of a football player, but I had never seen a team picture of him,” said Ron. “My grandmother saved everything

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Flag Football for Special Olympics Coming to Cameron

Special Olympics Missouri North Area will be hosting their 2015 Area Flag Football Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 15, at the Cameron High School field.

Opening ceremonies will begin at 9 a.m. with Knights of Columbus Honor Guard, Parade of Athletes, sponsor recognition and the Special Olympics Athlete Oath. Competition will begin at 10 a.m. and will run until 2 p.m. Athletes will be competing in softball divisions of regulation and

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New Bid on Park’s Playground Equipment

The Dockery Park Board heard a report on progress of the installation of the new playground equipment during their meeting held July 16. Will Salmon was unable to help with installation due to scheduling. A bid was accepted from John Graber of Jamesport in the amount of $2,650 for a three-day project starting on Aug. 11.

The board will look into the feasibility of a new volleyball field between the

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Registration Open for Gallatin Youth Soccer

The Gallatin Co-Ed Youth Soccer program is gearing up to host its 2015 fall season. Registration forms are now available for pick up at Gallatin City Hall. Forms and a $10 participation fee are due back by Monday, Aug. 3.

The volunteer coordinators have been working hard to bring inter-league play to the Gallatin program and hope to have games scheduled with the surrounding communities this season. In addition, the

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4-H Shooters Aim to Win

Three Daviess County 4-H Shooting Sports members competed in Trenton on July 18 at the Grundy County Shoot. Weather forced the morning location to be moved from the NCMC Barton Campus to the Trenton First Baptist Church Activity Center. All three youth are members of the Knee-Hi 4-H Club in Gallatin and competed in the NFAA 300 Archery Contest. Junior Traditional Division, Alex Endicott placed 1st. Intermediate Compound with Release

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Tryouts for Trojanettes

The Trojanettes 10U traveling softball team will be holding a tryout on Aug. 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 in King City. To be eligible, players must be 10 years or younger on Jan. 1, 2016. If you have any questions, contact Shelly Sears at 660-553-0006 or Toby Gilbert at 660-483-0081.

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