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Letter to the Editor

A reader writes…

Dear Editor:

Once again county government is working at it’s worst.

Just the fact that the Daviess County commissioners were willing to take money from the families that had lost a child, and had several others injured is disgraceful and unforgivable regardless of whether the state says it is legal or not.

The county commissioners stated that if a ruling came down that the county should pay

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Letter to the Editor

A reader writes…

Dear Editor,

The voters of Gallatin are about to take part in one of this nations most sacred traditions… voting for fellow citizens to represent them and help make the leadership decisions that will guide our community for the next two years.

I have had the privilege of being present for many meetings of Gallatin’s Board of Aldermen, starting in 1999 and ending in 2004. During that

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Post Scripts: There’s only one Helen Graham

by Joe Snyder

Gallatin has lost a most distinguished citizen, so old that visitors might well have become overcome with smoke from the 107 candles on her last birthday cake. I doubt she would have been able to enjoy her 108th birthday come May 31, but we can all agree it would have been a celebration of survival.

Helen Graham had the spirit and philosophy of those pioneer women who

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Family Daze: A part of the family

by Debbie Farmer

As of last week we have a new addition to the family. His name is Murphy and he’s six pounds and three ounces, twelve inches long, and keeps us up all night. Now before you start breaking out the, "Congratulations! It’s a Boy," balloons, let me add that he is gray, furry and, if not watched closely, drinks water out of the toilet. Yes, it’s a puppy.

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Coonridge Digest: Truth in life or death

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

Pity poor Yoko. John Lennon’s widow is fit to be levitated because in April the pay-per-view service, In Demand, will try to contact the ex-Beatle via the spirit world. The live séance will feature confidants of John along with "psychics and colleagues" sitting around a table for 30 minutes surrounded by infra-red cameras that can capture any "presence" or spirit that enters

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Gallatin Bulletin: Thursday, March 30, 2006 — Red Day

Teachers:

Morning supervision for the week of April 3-7 is as follows: Mr. Croy-C, Mr. Gann-G, Mrs. H. McNeely-H.

Any teacher wanting to be involved in summer school this year should contact Kelly Warren this week.

Teachers: Mid-term is Friday, April 7–one week from this Friday. Please have your classes posted and ready for me to pull the reports first thing on Monday, April 10.

Students:

Seniors, two new scholarship

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Gallatin Bulletin: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 — Black Day

Teachers:

Any teacher wanting to be involved in summer school this year should contact Kelly Warren this week.

Students:

Seniors, two new scholarship applications are available:

Lake Viking Lions ($500) you must have a GPA of 2.50 and the deadline is April 1st.

Jamie R. Johnson Scholarship ($100) and the deadline is April 20th.

Seniors: Your FAFSA form must be submitted by April 1st in

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Mame!

Gallatin Theatre League will perform the musical comedy “Mame” at Courter Theatre at 7 pm on April 6-7-8.

The Gallatin Theatre League will perform the musical comedy “Mame” at Courter Theatre at 7 pm on April 6-7-8.

The play is about a 1928 New York City socialite whose lifestyle of parties and no responsibilities changes after her brother’s death brings a 10-year-old boy into her life.

Jan Stout (shown top

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Mike Sanders to head FEC

Michael (Mike) L. Sanders has been named executive vice-president and chief executive officer of Farmers’ Electric Cooperative.

Sanders, 51, who has been the cooperative’s chief financial officer since June of 2004, was introduced at a press conference held at the FEC office in Chillicothe Monday afternoon.

"I’m very excited about the opportunity the board of directors at Farmers’ Electric has given me," Sanders said. "We have a terrific group of

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