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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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Post Scripts: What others say about U.S./Iraq

by Joe Snyder

I thought perhaps readers might be interested in what other news sources in the world are saying today about the U.S. and its war in Iraq. Thanks to World Press Review magazine, the November issue, I can do that.

Karachi, India Dawn:

Washington is not repenting the folly of unilateralism and acknowledging the wisdom of multilateralism. It is seeking United Nations support solely out of expediency –

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Surrogate Parent Program

Pursuant to the requirements of state law 162.997-999 RSMo, the State Board of Education is required to appoint a surrogate parent at such time as it becomes evident that a child with a disability does not have a parent or person acting as a parent to participate in matters dealing with the provision of special education. For purposes of surrogate parent appointment, “parent” is defined as a biological parent, a

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Family Daze: Real things that scare kids

by Debbie Farmer

As far as holidays go, it’s no surprise that Halloween has a bad image. I mean there are no talking bunnies or jolly elves or anything sentimental about it. Basically, it’s a holiday filled with, well, scary stuff. And it’s easy to understand that with all of those ghosts, goblins, and witches running around, why some parents might think it is inappropriate for children.

Well, I hate

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Sights, sounds haunt family’s Alta Vista farm house

by T.L. Huffman

by T.L. Huffman

A white form floating at the foot of a bed, footsteps walking down a hall, doors slamming, a cold touch, a feeling of being watched….

Sounds like a tale straight out of a horror movie, right? Well, it’s not.

Bonnie G. Uthe, formerly of the Alta Vista area, grew up hearing about just such strange disturbances at the family farm.

Bonnie heard the stories

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Construction on the Highway 13 bridge at Lexinton remains on schedule

Should be complete in 2004

Construction on the new Route 13 bridge at Lexington remains on schedule

Construction of a new Missouri River bridge at Lexington continues this fall. The new bridge should be complete in 2004. Crews will continue work on relocating Route 13 between the Missouri River and Route 24 and with construction of the new roadway between Richmond and Lexington.

In the next five years, MoDOT plans

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New tarp for pool, sewer project nears bid process

City of Gallatin

City Administrator Toby Dougherty informed the Gallatin Board of Aldermen that the swimming pool needs a new tarp during their regular meeting held Monday, Oct. 27, at city hall. Mr. Dougherty said the old pool tarp is not repairable. The cost will be approximately $3,000 for the new tarp.

Joyce Dustman inquired about the sewer project during comments by citizens. Mr. Dougherty stated that the city has

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Park Board to offer treats to goblins and ghouls

Oct. 31, 7 p.m.

The Gallatin Park Board will be giving out Halloween treats again this year at around 7 p.m. at Dockery Park.

Park Board members voted to allow $25 towards refreshments for children attending the Halloween dance held Oct. 25. This was the third dance the park board has held. Forty-three children attended the first dance and 76 attended the second and 69 attended the third. All of

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2003 All-GRC Softball

First and second teams

Post-season softball honors have been awarded to three members of the Gallatin Lady Bulldogs (L to R): Cori Nichols was named to the Class 2, All-District 15 first team after going 2 for 4 with a double and two runs batted in against Trenton, and finishing with a .910 fielding average at third base; Lindsey Love, shortstop, made the All-Grand River Conference first team and second

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Football Stats

Gallatin verse Braymer

GALLATIN 27, BRAYMER 12

Gallatin 6 14 0 7 27

Braymer 6 0 6 0 12

GAL BRAY

First downs 11 15

Rushes-yds. 46-195 41-197

Com-att-int 7-15-0 8-19-1

Passing yds. 105 109

Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-1

Penalties-yds. 6-35 4-20

Punts-avg. 3-34 5-23

SCORING SUMMARY

Gal: Burge 1 yd. run (conversion failed).

Bra: T. Smith to Combs 5 yds. (conversion failed).

Gal: Nichols 1 yd. run (Burge kick).

Gal:

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