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Daviess County Chautauqua

September 15-17

September 15-17 — Daviess County Chautauqua

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Jameson Picnic

Aug. 17-18-19

Aug. 17-18-19 — Jameson Picnic

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Jefferson Twp. meeting

Aug. 10 — 7 p.m. at Winston City Hall.

PUBLIC HEARING

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP

The annual public meeting will be held Aug. 10, 2000 at 7 PM for the purpose of setting the tax rate. It is to be held at Winston City Hall.

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PRIMARY ELECTION

Aug. 8 – VOTE

Aug. 8 — PRIMARY ELECTION – VOTE

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GHS girls golf practice

Aug. 7 — 8:30 a.m.

Aug. 7 — GHS girls golf practice, 8:30 a.m., Daviess Co. Country Club

The 2000 Gallatin High School girls golf season begins Monday, Aug. 7. Girls grade 9-12 who plan to participate need to meet at the Daviess County Country Club at 8:30 a.m. for the first practice. It is important that participants bring physicals with them. For more information please contact Chris Elbert at

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Coffey Pioneer Day

Aug. 5

Coffey Pioneer Days scheduled for Aug. 5

Coffey Pioneer Days will be held Saturday, Aug., 5, 2000. A full day of events is planned this year with plenty of activities for the kiddies, grown-ups and all those young-at-heart. The barbecue dinner and whole hog roast will be served with baked beans, cole slaw, potato salad, bread and ice tea. At least two sheriff’s candidates are lined up for

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Post Scripts: We need another Abe

by Joe Snyder

I should have written something about President Abraham Lincoln in February. I didn’t, but as this year’s presidential hopefuls get into what supporters are calling "the horse race to November," I wish voters had a better choice. I am not too excited over either candidate, but I hope the ballot come voting day will offer vice-president candidates that are exciting, have personalities that reflect exemplary leadership and

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Family Daze: Putting the ‘volley’ in volleyball

by Debbie Farmer

I wasn’t going to bring this up, but I just joined my friend Monica’s volley ball team. Now, normally I would never consider doing anything that required stamina — especially when I could be comfortably shopping at the mall, but she enticed me with vague promises of having fun while being physically active and raising my self-esteem and all that. In fact, she had me worked up

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Peace officer training makes for a confusing election

Off the Editor’s Spike by Darryl Wilkinson

Off the Editor’s Spike by Darryl Wilkinson

Political Darwinism among the candidates for the August primary election is getting serious about now. And, if you’re as confused as I am, we should welcome the primary election in order to whittle down some the various unknowns.

First off, I’m always a little confused about whether I’m a Republican or Democrat. And, as if that’s

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