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FIRE AT CAR WASH!

Fire fighters responded to a pickup on fire at the Superior Auto Wash off South Main Street in Gallatin Thursday afternoon:
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2008 HDC Softball

HDC Tournament

Girls Championship – Newtown-Harris over N. Harrison, 8-6

Boys Championship – N. Harrison over Gilman City, 8-7

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2008 Softball: Junior High Girls

2008 Junior High Softball Girls are pictured, front row, Celsie Baker, Kelsey Bird, Megan Beck, Morgan Horvatin, Kylie Cameron, Layne Williams, Mrs. McCann, Kaitlyn Hefley, Hannah Boyd, Jade Steele, Alyison Widner, coach Gann; back row, Kaitlyn McNeely, Kirbie Crouse, Molly Mott, Marissa McNeely, Elena Steele.

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LDS congregation sustains new local leadership

Randy Hanson has been named the leader or bishop for the Gallatin congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Good Thinking: Autumn gold, search for the Rock

by Dr. Don Kuehle

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Letter to the Editor – Jim McCarty

It was very interesting reading about the success of former GHS students and how many accomplishments have gone on in their lives.

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MOFB’s Cut to the Chase: Last call for happy hour beer prices?

by Denny Banister

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Post Scripts: Moment of silence – a positive thing

by Joe Snyder

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Family Daze: The sound of the euphonium is in the air…

by Debbie Farmer

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The Coonridge Digest: The luxury of time to think

by Freida Marie Crump

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Walking trail ribbon-cutting held at Dockery Park

Members of the Murray family, Dockery Park Board members, Daviess County Health Department staff and about 40 citizens were on hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new walking trail at Dockery Park.

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Lickety Split opens on square

Vendors were still unpacking goods and marking prices last week at Lickety Split opened by Ron Spidle on the east side of the square in Gallatin.

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Carl Carder presents flag to people of county

CMDCM (SCW) Carl A. Carder presented the people of Daviess County with a flag officially recognized to have flown over Al Asad, Iraq, on March 5, 2008, on the 66th Birthday of the USN Seabees.

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FEC to conduct market research by phone survey

Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, in association with TSE Services, Touchstone Energy and Associated Electric Cooperative, is taking part in a cooperative difference market research study, which began the week of Sept. 15.

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Gallatin will charge fuel adjustment starting Oct. 1

During their regular meeting held Sept. 22, the Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved a motion to charge a fuel adjustment, of one cent per kilowatt of electricity used, on the Oct. 1 utility bill.

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9-1-1 Board discusses moving antennas to another site

Earlier in the year the Daviess County Central 9-1-1 Board discussed the concern that the water tower supporting Central’s radio and Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) antennas may be demolished this fall. Supervisor Dana Carder was to check with Geo-Comm about solutions for moving those antennas to another site.

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2008 Football: Turnovers offset big plays as Dogs tumble, 28-21, to Dragons

Gallatin head football coach Jeff White left no doubt as to what the Bulldogs have to do to get themselves a victory in a tight game like last week’s Mid-Buchanan tussle that found his team on the losing end of a 28-21 score.

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2008 Softball: Tournaments Saturday, Sept. 27 at Hamilton, Albany

Schedules for Hamilton Tournament and Albany JV Tournament are posted here.

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2008 Golf: Golfers getting back into the swing after rainy season

Lady Bulldog golfers have made up some ground on their schedule after several rainouts in September. The girls were able to get in competitions in four consecutive school days, including yesterday (Tuesday) at South Harrison.

Gallatin finished third of three teams competing at Trenton on Monday. The Lady Bulldogs combined for a team score of 238 to finish behind Hamilton (231) and host Trenton (187).

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2008 Softball: GHS girls keep hopes alive for GRC title share

Gallatin’s 4-0 victory over Polo yesterday (Tuesday) kept alive Lady Bulldog chances for at least a share of the Grand River Conference softball crown, but they will have to be at the top of their game in finishing out the league slate over the next six days.

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Dick Michael to enter WJC Athletic Hall of Fame

Dick Michael, who grew up on a farm nine miles north of Jamesport and graduated from Gilman City High School in 1965, will be one of five inductees into the William Jewell College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 11.

Michael, who, along with his brother David, grew up playing baseball around the Jamesport and Trenton areas, was a member (with David) of William Jewell’s 1968 NAIA National Championship

Daviess County Courthouse News (9-24-08)

County Commission

James Lewis, bridge supervisor, reported that they have made repairs to the bridge that David Gwinn reported last week and are continuing with flood repairs in other areas when weather permits.

Danny Heldenbrand reported that he had been in contact with the State Emergency Management Agency, and there were additional reports of flooding in the county over the weekend.

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Reads celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Samuel and Deloris Read, former residents of Gallatin, St. Joseph, and Cameron, now residing in San Antonio, Texas, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

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Chi-Rho Youth to hold garage sale fund-raiser with bake sale

Teamwork was seen as the 40 plus members of Chi-rho youth group and parents in attendance met Sept. 12, for an open youth forum.

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Active Aging Resource Center

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Katy Black recipient of county clerk’s scholarship

Katy Black has been chosen as the recipient of the Missouri County Clerk Association’s "Most Valuable Student" scholarship.

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