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VFW to Host Moving Wall, Post 2172 Receives Award

The Veterans of Frazier Post #2172 of Gallatin, Missouri, and the citizens of Gallatin will be hosting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial “The Moving Wall” from August 21-25 in Dockery Park located within Gallatin. Originally the event was scheduled for September but conflict caused the event to be changed to August. Please mark your calenders.

“The Moving Wall” is one of three replicas of the original monument that travel the USA,

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Fourth Annual “Access to Art” Show and Sale

Access II Independent Living Center will be hosting the fourth annual Access to Art Show and Sale on Sept. 5 and 6. An artist’s reception featuring performing arts, light refreshments and written works read by the authors will be Friday, Sept. 5, from 6-8 p.m. at the Strand Apartments, 716 Clay Street, Chillicothe. Artists will be on hand to discuss their work, many pieces of which will be for sale,

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Smith-Adams Engagement Announced

 

Jerry Smith of Camdenton announces the engagement of his daughter Mikayla Smith to Ben Adams of Gallatin. Ben is the son of Tom and Mary Adams of Gallatin. Ben is a 2009 graduate of Gallatin High School and a 2014 graduate of Missouri State University. He is currently enrolled at the Blue River Fire Academy and will graduate in December. Mikayla is a 2011 graduate of Camdenton High School.

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Coulston Serves with Military Police in Vietnam

Spends time as “tunnel rat”

by Denise Felderman

Ron Coulston went into the service in 1968. He was 17 years old. He was attached to the military police and led convoys into North Vietnam with a V100 tank on solid rubber wheels. This was his job for about 2.5 months. He could have left Vietnam as he was offered the opportunity to go to Washington D.C. as a police officer,

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Weather Postpones Pothole Patching Plans

Crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation wait for the weather to clear before doing pothole patching on Hwy. 13, from Route B to Route 6, last week. This week’s work includes pothole patching on Route P from Route K to Hwy. 13. The Marrowbone Creek Bridge on Route CC will be close through mid-September for a redeck project. Road crews will spray and do pothole patching, shoulder repair and

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The Sauce and Crust of Public Demonstrations

Alex Endicott and Libby Endicott, daughters of Corey and Alicia Endicott of Gallatin, presented demonstrations during the Missouri State Fair held at Sedalia on Aug. 11. They also learned about organization, decision making, problem solving and public speaking. Libby won the Junior Division of the 4-H and FFA Sheep Fitting Contest. Libby received a belt buckle and hand trimmers sponsored by the Missouri Sheep Producers.

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Why Government Openness Matters

by Lee H. Hamilton

One of the fundamental lessons of the 9/11 tragedy was that our government carried a share of blame for the failure to stop the attacks. Not because it was asleep at the switch or ignorant of the dangers that Al Qaeda posed, but because the agencies charged with our safety did not share what they knew, either up and down the chain of command or with

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Bethany Woman Seriously Injured, Taken by Life Flight

Nicole Carlson, 30, Bethany, was seriously injured and had to be taken by Life Flight to Truman Medical Center in Kansas City after an accident on Sunday, Aug. 17.

According to the highway patrol, Ms. Carlson was northbound on Hwy. 69 about five miles south of Pattonsburg, driving a 1996 Harley Davidson motorcycle. She failed to make a curve and went off the east side of the road. She was

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Lowrey Reunion

The Lowrey reunion was held Aug. 17. Those attending were Gerald and Bonnie and Eric Summa, Duane and Ruth Frost, Larry and Reva Burke, Tommie Lowrey, Lavena Lowrey, Vera and Evelyn Summa, J.L. and Ina McFee, Donnie and Judy Fore, Dallas Lowry, Velma Talbott, Jerry Talbott, Bob and Susie Cochran, Darryl and Merylan Lowrey, Bruce and Marilyn Lowrey, Jo Shumaker, Kris, Elizabeth Lowrey, and Jarett Lowrey, Janellda and Brianna Weber,

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