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Gallatin FCCLA competes at Region 2 STAR Events

On Feb. 3 members of the Gallatin FCCLA chapter participated in the Region 2 STAR Events competition at the First Baptist Church in Chillicothe.

The competition was organized and hosted by Gallatin’s Sydney Elbert as part of her duties as the Region 2 1st Vice President. Kathy Robertson, Wanda Batson, and Kelly Elbert also assisted with the competition.

Members participating in the competition and earning the following medals were: Junior

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2008-09 Basketball: GHS boys catch fire in OT, beat South Harrison, 84-71

Gallatin’s boys hit eight of ten free throws during a 20-point overtime outburst to beat South Harrison, 84-71, and complete a stunning turnaround in Grand River Conference standings from a season ago.

The Bulldogs, who moved to 15-8 overall and 7-2 in the league with Monday night’s win, earned a share of second place in the conference behind unbeaten Hamilton. If not for a desperate, buzzer-beating three-pointer last week by

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The Coonridge Digest: Winter and its evil companion

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

You can forget everything you read in your almanacs and weather records. Winters are getting longer. I know for a fact that this is the longest winter on record because the meteorological record is stored my bones, and I have my own personal National Weather Bureau ticking away in my sinuses. This winter just will not end.

And with the weather comes

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March is “Disaster Preparedness Month” — statewide severe weather drill set for March 10

The National Weather Service (NWS), SEMA and your local emergency management agency will conduct the Statewide Severe Weather Tornado Drill at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 10.

If Missouri is experiencing statewide severe weather conditions, the National Weather Service will hold the statewide drill on the backup date, 1:30 p.m., Thursday, March 12.

"This exercise reminds citizens, schools, and business to identify tornado safe shelter locations when tornado warnings are issued.

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2008-09 Wrestling: Bulldogs come close but find no medals at state tournament

Gallatin wrestlers enjoyed some success over the weekend in the state wrestling tournament. It just wasn’t enough to bring home any medals from the three-day competition.

"I am proud of the way the boys wrestled at state," commented GHS head wrestling coach Phillip Limb. "For a few, it didn’t end up the way they would have liked, but that is the way it goes, at the state tournament anything can

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Sixty homeless people counted in area during survey

Homeless. What images does that word bring to your mind?

Do you see men, women and children sleeping on cots lined in rows in a large room? Do you see men huddled around a fire burning in a barrel under a bridge? Do you see an older woman pushing a grocery cart piled high with clothing, rags, newspapers and other items? Do you see a person looking for food in

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Missouri Farm Bureau renews $5,000 reward for cattle thieves

In response to the growing number of cattle thefts in the state, Missouri Farm Bureau is once again offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of individuals committing a felony in the theft of cattle from Farm Bureau members.

"The theft of cattle in our state is a serious problem and should in no way be tolerated," said Charles E. Kruse, president of Missouri

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2008-09 Basketball: GHS girls fall to South Harrison in overtime, 60-56

If Monday night’s Gallatin vs. South Harrison girls game were to be made into a film, it would be hard to decide if it should be an action flick, drama, comedy or documentary, but one thing is certain, South Harrison’s Kelsey Butler would garner the leading role.

Butler scored 34 points, including six three-pointers to lead South Harrison to a 60-56 overtime victory that gave the purple and white Lady

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Daviess County Courthouse News (2-25-2009)

Sheriff’s Department

Caleb Blomberg, 18, Plano, Texas, was arrested Feb. 22 for possession with intent to deliver, class B felony, in a traffic stop on I-35. Approximately 20 pounds of marijuana were found in the vehicle. He is also charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, class A misdemeanor, and cut in on overtaken vehicle, class C misdemeanor. He is being held on $85,000 bond.

Jeffrey Strange, 46, and Toni

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