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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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The Pit Stop reopens soon at Winston

The Pit Stop on US Highway 69 at Winston has been sold to Jeff and Kay Speaker of St. Joseph.

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Family Daze: Dressed to Spill

By Debbie Farmer

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Dispose of old tires April 22 at Cameron

If you have old tires to dispose of, mark April 22 on your calendar.

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Dispose of old tires April 22 at Cameron

If you have old tires to dispose of, mark April 22 on your calendar.

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New employees at Green Hills Telephone

Green Hills Telephone of Breckenridge announces three new employees who began work there during the first quarter of this business year. Two of the employees, Brandon Hoover and Steve Gann, reside at Gallatin, and a third, Vicky Howe, is a resident of Chillicothe.

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Senate addresses $16.8 billion budget

The Missouri State Senate this week began intensive floor work on state government’s $16.8 billion budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. Twelve appropriation bills comprise the budget, which pays for all public services provided by the state of Missouri.

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Missouriana

Now that you have spent hours gathering records, watched a tax preparer sift through your totals and mailed your check to the IRS, don’t forget the folks who made it all possible.

@list = Supporters of Proposition B spent about four million bucks on the concealed weapons vote. With that kind of money they could

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Is payday just around the corner?

by Jack Stapleton, Jr.

More than five decades have passed since the Englishman John Maynard Keynes conveniently provided a rationale for the deficit financing by the federal government that President Franklin Roosevelt had stumbled onto. FDR was trying by every means possible to pull our country out of the Great Depression.

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Dispose of old tires April 22 at Cameron

If you have old tires to dispose of, mark April 22 on your calendar.

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Lock Springs Alumni Banquet May 8

The Lock Springs Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday, May 8, at the Lock Springs schoolhouse.

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Main Street Garage to Open April 19

Main Street Garage officially opened in Gallatin on April 19, at 101 West Van Buren, formerly the location of John’s Gas ‘n Goods.

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St. Jude Hospital/ACS Bike-A-Thon set for April 28

The St. Jude Hospital/American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon will be held April 28 at Gallatin High School from 4-6 p.m. Registration is at 3:30.

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Learn to fly

A free, “learn to fly” aviation scholarship of $600 is now being offered by the local chapter of Experimental Aircraft Association.

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Congresswoman Pat Danner announces courthouse visits

Congresswoman Pat Danner has announced that her District Representative, Pat Gooch, will be holding Courthouse meetings with citizens of the 6th Congressional District on Monday, May 10, 1999.

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USMS modified event at Missouri’s I-35 washed out

Inclement weather conditions forced the postponement of a two-day United States Modified Series Special scheduled for Friday and Saturday nights here at Missouri’s I-35 Speedway.

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St. Jude Hospital/ACS Bike-A-Thon set for April 28

The St. Jude Hospital/American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon will be held April 28 at Gallatin High School from 4-6 p.m. Registration is at 3:30.

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GHS girls sprint at Trenton relays

Julie Macy takes th btaon from Rebecca Stith during a leg of the 2×220 -yard race at the Trenton Relays.

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Family Daze: Easter Basket Case

By Debbie Farmer

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GHS girls sprint at Trenton relays

Julie Macy takes th btaon from Rebecca Stith during a leg of the 2×220 -yard race at the Trenton Relays.

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Meth lab busted

Authorities made one arrest in a bust of a methamphetamine lab on Tuesday, April 6, at a rural residence northwest of Pattonsburg. The investigation leading to the arrest was a cooperative effort of the Mo. State Highway Patrol, Drug Strike Force, and the Daviess County Sheriff’s Dept.

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Decisions now on Internet issues

Nobody knows how many households in Daviess County are wired to the Internet, probably less than 500. So, Internet issues may not interest many of us now. Yet the decisions many of us shrug off today have consequences for our tomorrow.

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Forgivable student loans to attract teachers to rural areas

This legislative bill will provide the incentive to move out to our rural areas, and once there, show them the benefits of raising their families in our safe, clean communities.

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Family Daze: All You Remember About Your Child

by Debbie Farmer

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‘Little Shop of Horrors’ this week

Gallatin Theatre League will stage the musical comedy “Little Shop of Horrors” at Courter Theater with performances at 7:30 p.m. on April 8-9-10. The production features the talents of Doug Nichols as Seymour, Anita Malo as Audry, and Rhonda McCann as Mrs. Mushnik.

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Hot issues prompt decisive votes

Daviess County voters turned out in good numbers yesterday and, in many instances, made decisive choices on various issues affecting pocketbooks, schools, and local government. Local voters bucked against statewide results, endorsing Proposition B to authorize concealed weapons by a 287-vote margin.

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