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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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2008 HDC Softball

HDC Tournament

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

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

Girls Third Place – Pattonsburg over Grundy County

Boys Third Place – Pattonsburg over Newtown-Harris

Monday, Sept. 22

Gilman City girls over Winston, 9-8

Princeton girls over Cainsville, 23-0

Gilman City boys over Winston (F)

Jefferson boys over Mercer, 15-0

Ridgeway boys over Grundy Co., 11-0

Friday, Sept. 19

Pattonsburg girls

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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.

Randy Hanson has been named the leader or bishop for the Gallatin congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Bishop Hanson will be joined by two counselors: Jeff Durfee and Matthew Turley. Although there is no stipulated period of service, it is common for a

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Good Thinking: Autumn gold, search for the Rock

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Fall is here. The trees are dressed in their colorful garb: green, orange, yellow and gold. Fall reminds us that this world is a place of beauty. Fall reminds us of what is most important in life; and of what is not important.

Gold is discovered at Sutter’s Fort, Calif., in January 1848! The news travels back across the country. The Gold Rush begins in 1849!

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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.

 Memories of days gone by are really exciting to me.
Please extend my congratulations to Carl and Sherri.
Jim McCarty
(GHS Principal 1971-1988)

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

by Denny Banister

The United States Department of Agriculture recently announced a large sale of U.S. produced barley for overseas export – good news for barley farmers. Like other grain commodities, barley prices are higher than normal, yet other countries are in the market to buy.

Rice stocks are also dropping while rice prices are rising, and U.S. rice is also in demand overseas – again, good news for rice

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Post Scripts: Moment of silence – a positive thing

by Joe Snyder

Every day in every Texas public school, students pledge allegiance to the U.S. and Texas flags and sit through a moment of silence so they can pray, meditate, daydream or twiddle their thumbs. This quiet time, mandated by the State Legislature since 2003, has survived one federal court challenge, but a pending appeal seeks to scrap the practice as an improper religious exercise.

"It’s clear if you

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

by Debbie Farmer

Well, I’ve always said that, if one brass player in the house wasn’t enough, two is even – ahem – better. Let me explain. You see, my 16-year-old daughter needed to choose an elective to fill her high school schedule. And, silly me, I suggested something useful like typing or Spanish or some other skill which she could use throughout her whole life. Which is why, of

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The Coonridge Digest: The luxury of time to think

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

My grandfather never climbed on his tractor with a wrinkled handkerchief. I can still see my grandmother standing over her ironing board, carefully steaming the creases into each piece of red cloth, edges straight and with that delicious aroma that only a grandma and a steam iron can produce. Sometimes grandpa’s sharp creases were my work since handkerchiefs were the only item

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