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Blasts from the Past

Dec. 1, 2004

Benjamin Herrold, Kaleb Wilson and Kyle King combined for 46 points to lead Gilman City to a 69-63 upset of Winston in the opening round of the Gallatin Invitational Tournament.

Katie Patton, Missouri FCCLA State President and a junior at Gallatin High School, attended the National Teen Dating Violence Prevention Summit held

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Batson-Adams Engage to Be Married

Ayrica Ayn Batson and Lee Daniel Adams, both of Springfield, announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

Ayrica is the daughter of Jerry and Wanda Batson of Gallatin. Her paternal grandparents are Aleene Marsh, the late J.D. Marsh and the late Bill Batson, all of Albany. Ayrica’s maternal grandparents were the late Elva and Madeline

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Maloneys Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Larry and Barbara (Sweany) Maloney will celebrate their 50th anniversary. They were married in Pattonsburg on Nov. 28, 1964. The couple moved to Mobile, Ala., 25 years ago where they currently reside. From this unity came two children, David (Dianna) Maloney of Mobile, Ala., and Lisa (Stephen) Yost of Grandby, Colo., and eight grandchildren,

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 17, 2004

Gallatin FFA members Jonathan Arnold, Lacy Edwards and alternate Whitney Ray were part of the National FFA Band which performed recently at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ken.

Kate Hangley, 14, Pattonsburg, bagged an unofficial 19-point buck shortly after deer season opened Nov. 13. She is the daughter of Dana Shipers

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Barker-Silver Engagement Announced

 

Roger and Cindy Barker of Altamont, with Nathan and Terry Silver of Maysville, proudly announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Hannah Kay Barker and Joshua Aaron Silver. Hannah works at the Daviess County Nursing and Rehab as a certified nurse’s aide and Josh is employed by the Missouri Department of

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 10, 2004

Brook Carder and Amanda Bohannon, members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter, earned the American Farmer degree awarded by the National FFA organization at the 77th National FFA Convention held in Louisville, Ky. Brook is the daughter of Carl and Sherri Carder, and Amanda is the daughter of Mike and Linda Bohannon.

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Vernon Baldwin Turns 60

 

Vernon Baldwin of Gallatin will celebrate his 60th birthday on Nov. 5. Cards may be sent to him at 208 North Daviess, Gallatin, Mo. 64640. Pictured are Vernon’s grandchildren, Brittney Loucks, 8, Breanna Loucks, 10, Keaira Loucks, 4, and Mason Loucks, 3. [Submitted Photo]

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Robertson-Perrin Wed

Lindsey Renee Robertson became the bride of Cody Michael Perrin on Saturday, June 21, in Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Ark. The Rev. Jimmy Tollison of Calvary Baptist Church in Fayetteville officiated.

Kathy and Richard Robertson of Gallatin are the parents of the bride. She is the granddaughter of Harriett and the late

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 3, 2004

Gallatin High School’s Adam Strein and Emily Gay have been nominated for the coveted Wendy’s Heisman Award. This award honors the nation’s top high school seniors who best exemplify a supreme “citizen-scholar-athlete.”

Nov. 2, 1994

Tara Lockridge Burns, a 1990 graduate of Gallatin High School, has been selected to be an education

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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 27, 2004

An expansion of the Veteran’s Walk of Honor has been announced, following the tremendous public response to the project initiated this fall. The expansion is planned by Phillip Arnold as his Eagle Scout project.

Colt Bohannon and Katie Jarboe were crowned King and Queen of Barnwarming activities at Gallatin High School.

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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 20, 2004

Whitney Boyd shot a round of 40 on the back nine Tuesday to finish 15th in the individual competition of the 2004 MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships. Whitney is a three-year state qualifier.

Chase Cornett, Pattonsburg High School 2002 graduate, was crowned Homecoming King on Sept. 29 at Northwest Missouri State University.

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Would You Believe a Surprise Wedding?

by Troy Lesan

Life is full of surprises; we can all agree on that. Many of us have been to surprise birthday parties, but how many can say that they’ve been to a surprise wedding? Very few, I suspect, but a surprise wedding is exactly what happened on Sunday, Oct. 12, during the regular morning

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Critten-McIntyre Engagement Announced

David and Terri Critten of Chillicothe announce the engagement of their daughter Alison to Justin McIntyre, son of Rod and Jennifer McIntyre of Holden. Alison is a 2007 graduate of Chillicothe High School. She is currently employed as a speech-language pathologist for Parkview Medical Center and Interim Healthcare in Pueblo, Colo. Justin is a 2008

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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 13, 2004

Andi Lockridge and Annie Gibson, both 1997 graduates of Gallatin High School, were sworn in Oct. 8 at the Missouri State Supreme Court Building in Jefferson City. Andi graduated from the University of Missouri Law School in May. Annie graduated in May from the UMKC Law School.

Grand River Conference softball tri-champion

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Five Generations of Houghton Family

Lorraine Houghton, a former resident of Gallatin, is pictured with four generations of her family:

Nancy Houghton Reys, Lorraine Houghton, Metchel Rosmolen, Lisa Kellison, and Kylie Rosmolen. [Submitted Photo]

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Oct. 6, 2004

Gallatin claimed a share of its first ever GRC softball title with an 11-0 victory over King City on Tuesday. Brittney Hixson and Katie Jarboe each scored twice and drove in three runs in the contest. Lacey Dixon made short work of the Lady Wildkats by striking out eight while allowing only

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Berrys Celebrate 50 Years

Max and Beverly Berry will celebrate their 50 year anniversary on October 3. They were married by the bride’s father, Rev. Ralph Hughs, and Pastor Moody on Oct. 3, 1964, at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin. Max and Beverly have five children, Belinda Cameron, Nichelle Cameron, Stacey Cameron, Stephen Berry and Phillip Berry, all

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Woodruff-LaBrie to be Married Oct. 11

Along with their families, Amy Woodruff and Keith LaBrie announce their upcoming marriage on Oct. 11, 2014, at the Woodruff home in Gallatin. The bride is a graduate of Gallatin High School (1998) and the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She is currently the associate director of communications for the University of Miami men’s basketball and

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Pattonsburg’s First Homecoming … Since 1982!

Pattonsburg’s first homecoming since 1982 will only be the beginning of a very busy weekend for the town.

Following the homecoming festivities on Oct. 2-3, an all-school reunion is planned for Saturday, Oct. 4 at McCorkle’s Pub in Cameron, followed by the Pattonsburg Car Show on Sunday, Oct. 5. Additional events planned by the Pattonsburg

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German Exchange Student Returns for Visit

Bettina Wissmann from Pforzheim, Germany, an exchange student during the 1998-99 school year returned to Gallatin to visit friends this past week. Bettina stayed with the Bradley and Batson families during her GHS year. Bettina works now in human resources in a savings bank in Pforzheim called “Sparkasse.” Bettina lives in her own apartment. She

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GHS 35th Class Reunion Centers on Homecoming

The 35th Class Reunion for Gallatin High School graduates from 1978, 1979 and 1980 centered on the GHS homecoming parade and football game. Classmates also got a tour of Covel D. Searcy Elementary School by Barbara Wilson and Toni Weaver Cox, as well as a tour of the Daviess County Courthouse by Carl Carder. A

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Five Generations of the Reynolds Family

Pictured below are five generations of the Jesse Reynolds family: Jesse Reynolds, Jesse Reynolds, 9, Ron Reynolds, Mark Reynolds holding Elijah, 1 1/2, and David Reynolds.

Pictured below are Jesse Reynolds, Sean Reynolds, almost 7, Ron Reynolds, Mark Reynolds, Daniel Reynolds, and Kara Reynolds, 2 1/2. [Submitted Photos]

 

 

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GHS Class of ’74 Holds Reunion

The Gallatin Class of ‘74 held their 40th Class Reunion Sept. 20, at Cycles. Jerry Bob Albrecht traveled the furthest from California. James Wilson organized the event and paid special tribute to our classmates who have passed, Bill VerHagen, Danny McBroom, Jim Walker, Ruby (Hardin) Hostetler, Liz Duffey, Bill Garrens, Jerrold Cole, and Mildred (Gaede)

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Blasts from the Past

Sept. 22, 2004

On Aug. 27, Pattonsburg honored Spc. Angela Booth at a community cook-out. Angie has served for over a year on duty in Iraq. Mayor Pat McDonald awarded her with a plaque during the dance, following the dinner.

The Daviess/Caldwell 4-H Livestock Judging team placed first out of 30 teams in the senior

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McDonald Will Lead Chautauqua Parade as Grand Marshal

Lorene McDonald has been nominated by Mary Hacking and the Chautauqua Committee as the Grand Marshal for the Chautauqua parade, which will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20.

Lorene said she was surprised to be nominated. “I don’t think I’ve done as much for the community as others,” she said. “And I

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