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Century 21 agents receive honor

Real estate team of Century 21 Property Shop in Trenton attended the annual Awards Banquet held in Kansas City for Heartland Region.

The real estate team of CENTURY 21 Property Shop in Trenton recently attended the annual Awards Banquet held in Kansas City for the Heartland Region. This annual event recognizes the top producing offices and sales associates that are members of the Century 21 System in this area. More

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Rotarians enjoy progressive dinner

Gallatin Rotary Club hold dinner with 16 people in attendance.

The Gallatin Rotary Club gathered Saturday evening, March 25, for a progressive dinner party. There were a total of 16 people in attendance. Appetizers and salad were served at the home of Vicki and Mark Corwin. The group then moved on to the home of Bob and Jane Ann Paul where the main course was served. The evening concluded with

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Natural Resources Conservation Services

Programs available to new loandowners, free to public

The Natural Resources Conservation Service formerly the Soil Conservation Service was established in 1933 to provide technical information to the nation’s farmers to protect the land from erosion. Currently the NRCS provides service to all people without regards to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or family status.

NRCS services are free to the public and

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Winston teachers make conference presentation

Judy Stith and Carol Caudle, were presenters at the Interface 2K Conference.

Judy Stith and Carol Caudle, teachers at Winston R-6, were chosen to be presenters at the Interface 2K Conference. Mrs. Stith and Mrs. Caudle presented their unit on “A Trip to the Eggciting Wildside.” They presented activities they use with egg-laying animals to teach math, science, spelling, social studies, reading and language. This was Mrs. Stith’s fourth year

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Boil order issued in Daviess County

Part of Public Water Supply District No. 1 Daviess County

The Public Water Supply District No. 1 Daviess County of Pattonsburg has issued a boil water order starting today. This will be for customers living south of Winston water tower, including the city of Winston. This also includes the rural Altamont area but excludes the city of Altamont. The order will be in effect for approximately three days.

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“Spring Fling”

This Pattonsburg Chamber of Commerce event will include merchant paticipation with many specials being offered.

The next event sponsored by the Pattonsburg Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for April 7-8, 2000. This event, called the “Spring Fling”, will involve merchant participation in the business district with many specials being offered each day. Historic Pattonsburg,Inc. is also hoping to set up a table at this event on Saturday April 8 to

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Soup and Chili supper a success

Pattonsburg Chamber of Commerce sponsors supper

A good number of people were not deterred by the cold, wind and rain and came out to the Pattonsburg School on Saturday night March 18 for the Soup and Chili Supper sponsored by the Pattonsburg Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber was very gracious in allowing Historic Pattonsburg, Inc. to set up at the event and visit with local people. During the event, HPI

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Tryout for “Rock ‘N’ Country” at PHS – April 16

Calling all area youths who like to sing and dance!

Calling all area youths who like to sing and dance! Tryouts for “Rock ‘N’ Country” will be held on Sunday, April 16, in the Penney High School music room in Hamilton. Vocal tryouts will be at 3 p.m. Dancers must arrive at 4 p.m. to learn a dance sequence. Dance tryouts will be at 5 p.m. Dancers should bring a

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Do you want to SHARE and save money

SHARE, a unique nonprofit community building organization offers nutritious food package.

SHARE, a unique nonprofit community building organization, offers a nutritious food package at a savings of up to 50% for $15.00 plus two hours of volunteer service in your community over the period of a month.

By pooling thousands of dollars across the nation, SHARE purchases food at wholesale prices and passes the savings on to participants. Volunteers distribute

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