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Post Scripts: The New Year of hope

by Joe Snyder

The Ho-Ho-Ho is over and all of us are facing another New Year. Meetings are being held all over America, especially in prime meeting places like the Rockies and scenic ocean resorts, where the world’s most powerful and wealthy gather for fancy meals like cold salmon and big truths. I have read they are feeling bad. Heck!
I’m told these venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and Washington bigwigs are

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2007-08 Basketball: Bulldogs split makeup games with EB

Gallatin varsity basketballers traveled to Gower last Thursday night to complete make up game with the East Buchanan Bulldogs.

Gallatin’s girls swept to an early lead and never trailed on their way to a 60-43 victory. Courtney Ray scored 20 points to lead Gallatin, now 6-1 on the season. Wren Tolen added 16 for the GHS girls.

On the flip side, East Buchanan’s boys scorched the net for 31 first-quarter

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Daviess County Courthouse News (12/26/07)

 Traffic stop nets 200 pounds of marijuana bricks

Sheriff’s Office

Michael Ervin, 39, Kansas City, was charged Dec. 20 with possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute, class B felony. During a traffic stop on I-35, Trooper G.D. Primm and Cpl. Brian Hagerty conducted a probable cause vehicle search of Ervin’s truck, due to the odor of marijuana. Four trash bags of marijuana, approximately 200 pounds in compressed brick

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The Coonridge Digest – The Worst of 2007

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.
I’ve come to the conclusion about year-end “The Best of…” lists.
They’re no fun. I seldom agree with them but that’s inevitable. It’s their sheer boredom that makes them – well, so boring. The best movies, the best books, the best television shows and fashion trends. I usually find myself sitting there not having read the best books, not seen the best

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Year in Review

The following is the first of a 2-part focus on news events that unfolded during the year about to close. These are exerpts taken from articles previously published in this newspaper. The second part of this focus will be printed next week.

JANUARY 2007
Cyndi Fuller decided to do something adventuresome – teach overseas in Thailand. The Winston Board of Trustees has started the new year by reviewing, updating, revising

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Regional jail authorities agree to focus on issues with circuit judges, prosecutors

Ongoing sources of friction were under discussion at the regular meeting of the Daviess/ DeKalb Regional Jail held Friday, Dec. 21.

Associate Circuit Judge Dar- en Adkins was present to discuss several problems regarding the jail directly, and the jail’s administration.
Judge Adkins said that in order to address the “big picture” he would like the opportunity to meet with the full four-member jail board and Mr. Hadley. He said

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City’s 2007 budget amended to reflect expenditures; 2008 budget adopted

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved a resolution amending the fiscal year 2007 budget to reflect actual expenditures during their regular meeting held Thursday, Dec. 20, at city hall.

Receiving first and second readings was an ordinance adopting an annual budget for the fiscal year beginning on Jan. 1, 2008, appropriating funds pursuant thereto, and setting salaries of city employees.
A resolution was approved appointing Steve Reid as the alternate

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HDC CONFERENCE STANDINGS DECEMBER 24, 2007

GIRLS

HDC

ALL

Newtown-Harris

4-0

8-1

Winston

3-0

3-5

Gilman City

2-0

4-1

Tri-County

3-1

3-2

North Daviess

1-2

2-2

Pattonsburg

1-2

2-4

North Mercer

1-2

1-4

Cainsville

1-3

3-3

Ridgeway

0-2

0-4

North Harrison

0-2

0-7

Grundy County

0-2

0-7

 

BOYS

HDC

ALL

Newtown-Harris

3-0

9-0

Ridgeway

2-0

4-0

Gilman City

2-0

3-2

Grundy County

2-0

2-5

Pattonsburg

2-1

4-2

Winston

1-1

1-6

North Mercer

1-2

2-3

North Harrison

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Gallatin band leaves for the Cotton Bowl! Wave a flag … Toot a horn!

The Gallatin Pride Band will be leaving the Gallatin School at 11:30 p.m. (or thereabouts) on Friday, Dec. 28, with plans to ring in the New Year at Cotton Bowl festivities in Dallas, Texas.

Escorted by Gallatin fire trucks, the buses will head east on Richardson Street to Highway 13, then head north for Highway 6. Supporters are encouraged to line the bus route as the band leaves town. Give

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