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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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Kara Sullenger to study abroad

Kara Sullenger, daughter of John and Mary Sullenger, will study at Harlaxton College near Grantham, England

Kara Sullenger, daughter of John and Mary Sullenger, will study at Harlaxton College near Grantham, England, for the spring 2004 semester. Kara is a junior business administration major at William Jewell College in Liberty.

Students have the opportunity to study overseas at a variety of locations, including England, Ireland, Japan, Australia and Mexico.

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Stephens-Gregory reunion

The annual Stephens-Gregory reunion was held Sunday, June 8, at the Community Building in Altamont.

The annual Stephens-Gregory reunion was held Sunday, June 8, at the Community Building in Altamont. Those in attendance were as follows:

Vera Miller, Terry and Margaret Miller, Patty and Marissa Clark of Hannibal, Steve and Robin Miller of West Hills, Calif., Greg and Lois Miller of Abingdon, Ill., Dick, Jean, Emily and Hannah Aldrich of

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Renos celebrate 45th wedding anniversary

The family of Dean and Betty Reno would like to invite family and friends to share in an informal celebration of their 45th wedding anniversary.

The family of Dean and Betty Reno would like to invite family and friends to share in an informal celebration of their 45th wedding anniversary.

The open house will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, June 29, at the Cameron United Methodist Church.

Dean

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RC&D public meeting notice

The Green Hills Resource Conservation and Development Council will be holding three public meetings to gather public input into their five year long range plan.

The Green Hills Resource Conservation and Development Council will be holding three public meetings to gather public input into their five year long range plan.

The meetings will solicit public suggestions and concerns on RC&D programs for the next five years, 2003-2008 and help guide

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R-6 offers contracts, accepts resignation

The Winston R-6 Board of Education offered contracts for the 2003-2004 school year to Tammy Pence for English and Nicole Pulliam for elementary

The Winston R-6 Board of Education offered contracts for the 2003-2004 school year to Tammy Pence for English and Nicole Pulliam for elementary, and accepted the resignation of Kim Bouray. Contracts for cheerleading sponsorship were offered to Carol Caudle and Megan Barnard.

In financial matters, the board

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Local author publishes article in national children’s magazine

Janice Jump of Pattonsburg has written an article that appears in the July 2003 issue of ‘Highlights for Children’

Janice Jump of Pattonsburg has written an article that appears in the July 2003 issue of ‘Highlights for Children.’

In “Harry Truman, Lost and Found,” readers learn about Truman’s dependence on his spectacles, and hear stories of times when good fortune kept his glasses safe and sound.

“As a new resident

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Getting out, Getting about

Imagine having a car wreck, or farm accident and ending up in a wheelchair for the rest of your life.

Imagine having a car wreck, or farm accident and ending up in a wheelchair for the rest of your life. After months of rehabilitation, you can hardly wait to return to your own home. Finally, they carry you up the steps to get you in the house.

What a relief,

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Gallatin 2 K-Ball team wins double championship

The Gallatin 2 K-Ball team won both the regular season, with a record of 7-1

The Gallatin 2 K-Ball team won both the regular season, with a record of 7-1, and the K-Ball tournament, held last weekend at Dockery Park in Gallatin. Members of this year’s team were, front row, from left: Bailey Morrison, Blake Cornett, Chad Ness, Duke Allen, Wesley Cole and Mitchell Vanderslice; back row: Derrick Lin, Morgan

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U. S. 36 Raceway

6/20 Race Results

410 Winged Sprints: 1. Jesse Hockett, 2. Jim Cameron, 3. Phillip Heavelow, 4. Marty Perovich, 5. David Langford, 6. Mark Hurd, 7. Kim Kennedy, 8. Mike Lefholz, 9. Jeff Snow, 10, Jeff Osborn, 11. Doug Blake. Fastest Qualifier: Jim Cameron.

A Modified: 1. Dennis Elliott, 2. P. J. Conger, 3. Steve Starmer, 4. Lee Hibner, 5. Lonnie Hibner, 6. Greg Querry, 7. Greg Jackson, 8. Jerimiah Asher,

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