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2014 Tax Sale Notice

The Daviess County Collector of Revenue announces properties for sale due to unpaid taxes.

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Gallatin Clubs

Lake Viking Homemakers; Gallatin Gardne; Daviess County Business Women

Lake Viking Homemakers met March 14 at the clubhouse. Hostesses were Ina Reznor, Lucille Foster and Mona Brown. Birthdays were for Ina Reznor, Neva Feigley, Mary Lounsbery, Carol Hailey, Sharon Lutter and Brenda Stinson. Roll call was favorite collection. The club received thank you cards from hospice, Daviess County Health Department, Daviess County Senior Citizens Center and Missouri Lions Eye Foundation.

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New memorial books at library

Several new memorial books are now at the Daviess County Library.

Several new memorial books are now at the Daviess County Library. There’s No Place Like Hope by Vickie Gerard is in memory of Helen Peery Whitt by Steve and Sandy Evans. Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris, Bias by Bernard Goldberg, and Faith of Our Mothers: The Stories of Presidential Mothers from Mary Washington to Barbara Bush by Harold Gullan

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Opry returns to Hamilton

Rochelle Allwood and band will return to the Hamilton Community Arts Theater

Rochelle Allwood and band will return to the Hamilton Community Arts Theater on Saturday, April 6. This popular county music group packed the house in early February. Twelve-year-old fiddler, Eric Longstreet, will make a guest appearance.

The doors of the theater will open at 6 p.m. with sandwiches, homemade pies and desserts available. Rochelle and the Santa Rosa

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Pattonsburg Clubs

P.E.O. Chapter BC

P.E.O. Chapter BC of Pattonsburg met Thursday in the home of Kathy Walker. The program by Debbie Nalle was presented by Linda Warford. The next meeting is April 18 at the Christian Church with Linda Warford as hostess. The program will be Exemplification of the Procedures by the chapter officers.

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Coonridge Digest: Just a little box…

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetin’s from the Ridge.

"Freida, I need you to stub a check."

"For what?"

"To the Frosty Acres Mortuary."

"Is this a joke? Should I start sortin’ your socks for Good Will? Herb, what’s goin’ on?"

"Just stub it."

"Herb, what’d you do?"

"I want a part of me left behind, Freida. It’s one of those things I man’s just gotta do if he feels like

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Post Scripts: War correspondents

by Joe Snyder

All is not well with journalists covering the mess in Afghanistan. Reporters receive little cooperation from local commanders because word came down from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld that he would supply "memos" or "Rummygrams" as guides for what reporters need to know. One experienced reporter said such memos are ridiculous since reporters have been asking the Pentagon for access to the war virtually unrestricted, as in other

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Seasons on the Square a dining delight

If you’re looking for small town atmosphere with big city taste, Sheryl Warren and Julie Critten invite you to a memorable dining experience at Seasons on the Square in Gallatin

If you’re looking for small town atmosphere with big city taste, Sheryl Warren and Julie Critten invite you to a memorable dining experience at Seasons on the Square in Gallatin.

Seasons on the Square has been open since the first

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Candidates file for office

In the upcoming April 2 election Trent Brewer has filed as a write in candidate for the Lock Springs Special Road district commissioner.

Those declaring candidacy for the August primary election are as follows:

Democrat Lori McLaughlin of Altamont for circuit clerk. Democrat Tina McFaden for circuit clerk.

Republican Richard Dustman of Jamesport for presiding county commissioner.

Democrat Don Masters Jr of. Gallatin for presiding county commissioner.

Republicans Sarah and

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Candidates for board of aldermen

City of Gallatin

Becky “Baker” Ness

Becky “Baker” Ness, 38, graduated from Gallatin R-5 High School with the class of 1981. She has been a resident of Daviess County since 1977. She attended Vatterott School of Cosmetology and Real Estate School. She holds a brokers licence and an insurance license. She was the administrator of the Daviess County Senior Center. Presently she is employed at Hillcrest Manor and Rehab in

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