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Blasts from the Past

June 15, 2005

Amy Hudlemeyer, Jamie Tummons and Levi Alden, all of Gallatin High School, have earned a chance to compete in the Dodge City Missouri High School Rodeo State Finals in Columbia. Amy will participate in pole bending. Jamie will participate in cutting, goat tying, barrels and poles. Levi will compete in steer wrestling and team roping.

Gallatin R-5 graduate Rochelle Davitt was a member of the Peru State

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ZTR Speedway Will Be Going Full Tilt… Soon

It’s been a bumpy start for ZTR Speedway, as the opening night has been canceled several times due to rain. ZTR Speedway Kart Racing, owned by Jake and Tiffany Cameron of Winston, began preparing the track in late 2014.

“We were supposed to open May 2,” said Mr. Cameron. “But the weather has been messing with us.”

Some first racers cruise around the curve at ZTR Speedway. [photo credit Kerra

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Torch Run in Gallatin May 27

The Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO), founded by the Missouri Police Chiefs Association (MPCA) 29 years ago, was held Thursday, May 18, and Friday, May 29. The torch run started at 12 noon at Gallatin when local law enforcement officers ran with the torch to raise awareness for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) and the 2015 State Summer Games. The State Summer Games were held in

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Blasts from the Past

June 1-8, 2005

Carleena Leeper was awarded a plaque signifying her selection as Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year. This is her third year with the Cameron R-1 district. She teaches kindergarten special education.

Among this year’s participants in the 14th Annual Lions District 26F All-Star Basketball Classic are Gallatin’s Kyle Hefley and Emily Gay, Winston’s Cody Lang, Pattonsburg’s Brandon Ray, North Daviess’ Nicole Ray and Gilman City’s Kaleb Wilson.

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Free Fishing at Bennett Spring During Fest

The inaugural Trout Fest is being held during Missouri‘s Free Fishing Weekend (June 6 & 7) at Bennett Spring State Park. The purpose of the event is to celebrate trout fishing opportunities at Missouri State Parks, while highlighting the importance of conservation.  The Department of Conservation is tagging 100 trout per day (200 total) and releasing them into the spring creek. Anglers who catch a tagged trout may

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Army Brass Band to Play at July 4 Celebration

The 135th Army Band Brass Band will perform at this year’s 4th of July Celebration in Gallatin, according to Joseph Billings with the Gallatin Park Board. Soldiers with the Army National Guard will also display military gear, including a M777A2 155mm howitzer, which has a barrel length over 16 feet long.

The 135th Army Band Brass Band, also known as the Bear Brass, is a Musical Performance Team of the

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Lions All-Star Games Scheduled

Lions All-Star Basketball Classic is June 6. Eight games will feature nearly 90 high school standouts from the 2014-2015 season with all games to be played at the Ketcham Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton. The games start at 9 a.m. and will continue until done. There will be eight games and the format will be as it has been in past years.

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Vaughn Walters Will Sell at Hunting and Fishing Show

Among those with decoys and antiques set up at the North Central Missouri Hunting & Fishing Collectible Show in Chillicothe on June 5 and 6 will be Vaughn Walters, a familiar face from this area.

Mr. Walters was assigned in December 1975, as Missouri Department of Conservation Agent in Daviess County. He served in that role for 27 years, retiring in 2002. He and his wife Roxanna then moved to

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Access II Gets Colorful with 5K Run

Access II Independent Living Center held its annual 5K Color Run fundraiser event on Saturday, May 16, in Gallatin. All proceeds from the Color Run benefit Access II’s special projects for individuals with disabilities in our community. The race is a 5K-3.1 mile loop course which started and finished on the south side of the intersection of Market and Grand Streets in Gallatin.

Winners were: Women’s — 1st place Gina

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