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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.

Park Board member Alan Bradford made opening comments and introductions. Cheryl Alexander with Daviess County Health Department gave an informational speech about the benefits of walking. Jan Helton spoke on behalf of the Murray Family Foundation, which

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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.

 The convenience store will sell cigarettes, snacks, pre-made sandwiches, fountain drinks, and beer and liquor.

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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.

Carl Carder presents flag to county

Carl was with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 15, deployed to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq in support of America’s War on Terrorism during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The flag

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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.

This year’s study will focus on residential members of Farmer’s Electric. The telephone survey is designed to determine and identify the overall satisfaction and value propositions of the cooperative’s members; measure the impact of higher energy prices on value

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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.

Plant Manager Steve Reid discussed the water wells and water plant.

Police Chief Mark Richards reported on activity from Sept.8-22 with the following reports taken and tickets given: one accident; one no ATV permit; one warrant

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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.

During their June 26 meeting Mrs. Carder presented information from Midwest Mobile Radio concerning moving the radio antenna to the Gallatin water

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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.

"Turnovers are killing us right now, offensively," he advised. "We had a lot of good drives, only to be turned away by a turnover. We drove the

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

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

Hamilton Softball Tournament
Sept. 27 Schedule

9:00 Lawson JV vs. Hamilton JV

9:00 Meadville JV vs. Norborne JV

10:30 N. Platte vs. Hamilton

10:30 Gallatin vs. Norborne

12:00 Meadville JV vs. Lawson JV

12:00 Hamilton JV vs. Norborne JV

1:30 Gallatin vs. Hamilton

1:30 Norborne vs. N. Platte

3:00 Hamilton JV vs. Meadville JV

3:00 Lawson JV vs. Norborne

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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).

Elbert took low honors for

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