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Bulletin — Tuesday, Jan. 27 — Black Day

The following student needs to return their permission form

immediately: Dustin Carter.

Gallatin Soccer for spring 2004 sign up sheets are available in the

office for ages 4-15.

Christina Jones, a representative from Columbia College, will meet with interested Juniors and Seniors on Wed., Jan. 28th during 2nd seminar in the library. Mark your calendars.

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Bulletin — Friday, Jan. 23 — Black Day

The following students need to return their permission forms

immediately: Alan Appley, Dustin Carter, York McAfee.

Gallatin Soccer for spring 2004 sign up sheets are available in the

office for ages 4-15.

Christina Jones, a representative from Columbia College, will meet with interested Juniors and Seniors on Wed., Jan. 28th during 2nd seminar in the

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Bulletin — Monday, Jan. 26 — Red Day

The following students need to return their permission forms

immediately: Dustin Carter, York McAfee.

Gallatin Soccer for spring 2004 sign up sheets are available in the

office for ages 4-15.

Christina Jones, a representative from Columbia College, will meet with interested Juniors and Seniors on Wed., Jan. 28th during 2nd seminar in the library. Mark

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Gallatin police report for December

The following are the police reports taken by the Gallatin Police Department during the month of December.

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FEC to conduct telephone survey

The National Rural Eclectic Cooperative Association (NRECA) will be conducting a survey of the membership of Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, beginning the first week of February.

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Summons to Ken Sutton

By Dias Family Dairy

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Land Transfers

Quit-claim Deeds

Tract in Jefferson Township from Margaret E. Long to Jonathan and Rebecca McGinness as tenants by the entirety; tract in Marion Township from Darrell W. Buerky to Amy Michelle Buerky.

Beneficiary Deeds

Tract in Monroe Township from Arthur and Debra Sheller to Michael Robert Sheller and Craig Andrew Sheller; tract in Union Township

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Circuit Court

Civil cases filed: Greg and Gina Oberfoell vs. Grindstone Motocross Park, petition for temporary injunction; Farmers Mutual Insurance etal vs. AgCo Finance LLC, breach of contract; Charles F. Adamson vs. Anna Mae Adamson, dissolution.

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Henderson-Carroll united in marriage Jan. 9

Lauren Ashley Henderson married Quentin Shelby Carroll on Jan. 9, 2004.

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Al Smith retires after 13 years as carrier

Despite snow, ice and a hit and run by a deer on the route, which made it impossible to open his driver door, Al said he enjoyed serving customers and is thankful for his years as a postal employee.

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R-3 board hears revenue projections; discusses reductions in staff

Superintendent Julie Kirby presented a table of revenues from 1997 through projections for 2004-05 to the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education

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Jameson Lee Jonathan Rauth

Benjamin Rauth and his parents, Scott and Anne Rauth, announce the arrival of Ben’s brother, Jameson Lee Jonathan Rauth, born Jan. 15, 2004. He weighed 9 pounds, and was 21 ½ inches long.

The paternal grandparents were the late Thomas and Fontelle Rauth. The maternal grandparents are Wiley and Barbara Foley. Maternal great-grandparents were the

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Gallatin Clubs

Knee-Hi 4-H Club; Daviess County Business Women’s Association; Daughters of the American Revolution’s

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Prisoner board repaid to county

Daviess County Circuit Court has received, to date for 2003, reimbursements of $45,353.71 for the cost of prisoner board at the county jail.

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Feedback needed for ruling on CSP

U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service will hold 10 listening sessions nationwide to gain feedback on a proposed rule to implement the Conservation Security Program

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Assessor’s Office

Representatives from the assessor’s office are in the field in the Jamesport and Gallatin areas this week.

Personal property sheets have been mailed and are due in the office by March 1. If anyone has not received his assessment sheet, please contact the assessor’s office.

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Adult Abuse/Stalking

Three Full Orders of Protection were entered Jan. 14 for Roger Harris, petitioner, against Anthony Eaton, Randal Gene Eaton, Jr., and Randal Gene Eaton, Sr., respondents, by consent of all parties. The three orders of protection are effective through Jan. 14, 2005.

A Full Order of Protection was entered Jan. 14 for Joyce Bolin, petitioner,

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Civil Court

Great Seneca Financial Corp., plaintiff, vs. Jack W. Vestweber, defendant: Judgment entered for plaintiff in the amount of $3,076.31 plus interest and court costs.

Platinum Financial Service Corporation, plaintiff, vs. Joshua A. Jeffers, defendant: Judgment entered for the plaintiff in the amount of $2,587.16 plus interest and court costs.

Direct Merchants CC Bank, plaintiff, vs.

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Race develops for mayor, other board positions

The filing deadline for the April 6 election ballots closed yesterday, Jan. 20

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911 Board hires three; discusses budget

The Daviess County Central 911 Board has held two special meetings over the past few weeks

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Principal resigns from Winston R-6

Mr. Michael’s resignation will be effective at the end of the current school year

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Crop disaster program sign-up ends Jan. 30

Farmers who suffered losses in 2001 or 2002 due to natural disasters have until Jan. 30, 2004, to sign up for assistance

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R-5 school deficit ‘manageable’

Superintendent Jim Ruse and the Gallatin R-5 Board of Education took a long look at school finances during their regular meeting held Jan. 15.

With the release of state money to the schools, the deficit for fiscal years 2003-2004 will be less than previously thought. State money in the amount of about $70,000, plus additional

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Post Scripts: More (and more) hot air

by Joe Snyder

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Coonridge Digest: Coonridge Caucus

by Freida Marie Crump

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