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2009 Lawson Invitational Bracket

The Lawson Invitational Tournament is Jan. 12-17, 2009.

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Straight Talk with Sam: Looking forward to 2009

by Congressman Sam Graves

In a few days we change the calendar and welcome in the New Year. I’m excited about the possibilities that a New Year brings. My hope for the New Year is that Congress will get to work on solutions to the problems our Missouri families and businesses face.

I’m hoping that Congress will pass a real energy bill that will end our dependence of foreign oil.

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MOFB’s “Cut to the Chase”: Google facts

by Denny Banister

I am nothing short of amazed by e-mails I receive sharing "facts" discovered on the internet that just happen to fit the beliefs or assumptions of the person sending the e-mail. Misleading internet "facts" were the basis of an overabundance of e-mails I received prior to the November presidential election slamming both the conservative and liberal candidates.

Following the election, there was a welcome but, unfortunately, brief

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Capitol Report: New year, new challenges and new opportunities

by Brad Lager

This week, we will usher in a new year. With this new year, many Missourians will make resolutions aimed at improving their lives as they work to manage current challenges and prepare to embrace future opportunities. The current economic downturn has created a number of challenges that may continue long past 2009, but these challenges will allow us the opportunity to take a fresh look at how

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Good Thinking: The joy of feeling

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Everybody talks about getting the "Christmas spirit." So, how are you really feeling? There are a lot of mixed feelings surrounding Christmas.

A mixture of glad feelings and sad feelings over Christmas past. We feel both joy and frustration over Christmas present. Feelings of uncertainty and hope mingle together as we look forward to Christmas future. The great joy of this Christmas is knowing that the

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Impaired driving: Is it worth it?

With the holiday season upon us, there are lots of reasons to celebrate, but you might want to think twice before you drink and drive.

 Driving while intoxicated is one of the most violent crimes, randomly killing or injuring someone in Missouri every 1.7 hours.

Consider some of the consequences if you choose to drive while intoxicated:

a. If you cause a fatal crash while intoxicated, you can be charged

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Gov. Blunt urges drivers to be cautious with snow and flash flooding

Matt Blunt and the Department of Public Safety today urged drivers to be extra cautious on snow covered road and to avoid flooded roads.

The potential for several inches of rain coupled with the frozen ground are causing hazardous driving conditions including snow, flash flooding and flooding conditions across many areas of the state. The governor and public safety officials are also offering tips to help keep Missouri motorists safe.

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Bulldog teams drop close games in NCMC Shootout

Gallatin varsity basketball teams came home winless from their first experiences in the NCMC Shootout held over the holiday break in Trenton on Dec. 23.

The Lady Bulldogs succumbed to a late rally to fall to Chillicothe, 45-39, after the Lady Hornets held the lead for most of the game.

A 14-4 GHS run late in the third quarter chipped a 14-point deficit down to four heading into the final

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Daviess County Courthouse News (12-31-08)

 Sheriff’s Department

Donald D. Corbin, 72, Bethany, was arrested Dec. 23 for deviate sexual assault, class C felony, and three counts of misdemeanor sexual misconduct. The charges stem from incidents which occurred on the OATS bus while in Jamesport in October and December. Corbin is the OATS bus driver. He is accused of involving a mentally handicapped person in sexual behavior without her consent. He posted $35,000 bond.

Blake G.

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