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Ford-Cox Married in March

On Saturday, March 21, 2015, James L. Cox of Trenton and Theresa M. Ford of Gallatin were married before family and friends at the Trenton First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Pastor Mike Moore officiated over the afternoon double-ring ceremony.

The groom’s cousin, Delores Mann of Independence, greeted attendees at the guest book. Guests were ushered into the sanctuary by the bride’s brother, Benton Dick of Kansas City, and the

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Independence Day 2015

In a few days, we will again celebrate the birthday of our nation. The United States of America will be 239 years old. As you might expect, our great country has experienced many ups and downs. As soon as we solve one problem, another one rises. That’s life. It happens to nations and individuals alike. Repetitive national crises cause some to lose hope. As we prepare to celebrate our national

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Victory Over Temptation

by Pastor Steve Ellison

I am not sure that I am ready to declare that temptation to evil is good but it is certainly clear that it is often used by God for good.

Immediately following the baptism of Jesus, the Holy Spirit sent Him into the wilderness for the express purpose of being tempted by Satan. Because Jesus quotes from Deuteronomy chapter eight during the temptations and because both

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A Man with Passion

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

I can’t think of the Fourth of July without remembering him. Hoolie McBride was the town carpenter, mechanic, roof fixer, dog tamer, and sometimes Bingo caller at our annual Burgoo. He was a scruffy little fellow who managed to always sport about six days of beard, and some said that he wore his oil-stained pants for so many days that he had no

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Little Mermaid Audition

An audition will be held for the Missoula Children’s Theatre original adaptation of The Little Mermaid on Monday, July 6, at the Courter Theater in Gallatin from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Those auditioning should plan to stay for the full two hours, 10-noon. Some of the cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediately following the audition.

Approximately 50-60 roles

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Jail Proceeds with Records Disposal, Training, Management

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board discussed records disposal during their meeting held June 26 at the training trailer. The jail is waiting for a list from Sheriff Mark Owen and Captain Joseph King from Platte County with a definition of what records can be destroyed and when. Captain King is also a licensed attorney who is familiar with record disposals. The jail will look toward him for guidance in disposing

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Don’t Let the Sizzle Fizzle This Fourth of July

by Gallatin Police Chief Mark Richards

July 4 is quickly approaching and several local fireworks stands have opened. I would like to take this opportunity to wish the citizens of Gallatin a safe and happy Fourth of July and to point out the ordinances for shooting fireworks within the city.

Section 210.720 of the Gallatin City Code prohibits fireworks to be fired within the city except between the hours of

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Two in Accident in Utica

Two people were involved in an accident in Livingston County at about 2 p.m. on June 25.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as Dylan Hulett, 17, Lock Springs, was southbound on Troop Street in Utica. Dylan entered the uncontrolled intersection. His 1998 Chevrolet Blazer was struck in the driver’s door by a 2012 Ford Focus being driven by Phillip Hagen, 80, Utica.

Dylan’s vehicle went

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Phillips Graduates with Masters in Business

On May 15, 2015, Caleb Phillips graduated from the University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business, receiving a Master of Business Administration. Caleb received a Bachelor of Journalism in Strategic Communication with honor in May of 2013.

Caleb’s achievements while at MU include: Summer Welcome Leader, Tour Team Leader, Alternative Spring Break Site Leader, President and Graduate Assistant; 2011 Homecoming Steering Committee, 2012 Homecoming Royalty, 2013 Mizzou 39 recipient, tapped

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