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Generator should be out of power plant this week

Street Supervisor Teddy Holcomb told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen that the city crew is still working on getting the old generator removed from the power plant, but they hope to get done this week. The street department will be patching holes in the streets as soon as the weather permits.

The board accepted a bid from Mike Walker of $650 for the mowing of the cemeteries for the 2011

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Winston approves teacher contracts; will attend “distinction” banquet

All certified teachers and all non-tenured teaches were offered contracts for the 2011-2012 school year by the Winston R-6 Board of Education at their March 15 meeting.

Future dates of importance: April 7 PAT Health Fair; April 8 FBLA blood drive; April 9 ACT test; April 12 MAP testing starts.

Superintendent Brian Robinson reported that April 18 is the Distinction in Performance Banquet to honor the Winston R-6 School District

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Five candidates run for Gallatin School Board

Five candidates are running for three positions with the Gallatin School Board.

Sandra L. Alden

Sandra L. Alden, 48, has been a resident of Daviess County for 47 years. She and her husband Doug have two sons, Levi, 22, and Casey, 19.

She is a graduate of Gallatin High School and received her Associate of Science degree at Missouri Western State College.

Alden was employed at USDA-Farm Service Agency for

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GHS musicians advance to state

Gallatin High School band and vocal students performed at district solo and ensemble competition recently. Students receiving a I rating advanced to state. The students and their ratings were as follows:

I Rating: Trombone Solo – Michael Youd, Tuba Solo – Ernest James Owings; Brass Quartet: Michael Youd, Ernest James Owings, Jonah Flanders, Coby Brogan, Bari Saxophone Solo – Bo Malo, Bb Clarinet Solo – Chad Robertson, Snare Drum Solo

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Gallatin FFA performs well at Area II contest

March 24, Gallatin had a lot of success at the 2011 Area II FFA contest. Freshman Kirbie Crouse received bronze in FFA creed speaking. Senior Breanne Brammer received first and gold in extemporaneous speaking. Sophomores Hannah Boyd and Kelsey Bird received gold in the FFA scrapbook. Junior Kristin Critten received gold in the FFA secretary’s book. Senior Myrick McLey received silver in the FFA treasurer’s book. Freshman Grace Von Opitz

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2011 Track: GHS results in Trenton Early Bird Relays

Girls and boys results are below:

GHS Girls Results

Team standings: 1. Trenton 172, 2. Lawson 98.5, 3. Brookfield 91, 4. Hamilton 83, 5. Richmond 43.5, 6. Carrollton 38, 7. Gallatin 18, 8. Princeton 14.

400m dash: Kailey Elbert, 5th, 1:09.38. Pole vault: Kaitlyn McNeely, 3rd, 6-6. 3200m relay: (Kaitlyn Hefley, Molly Mott, Celsie Baker, McNeely), 5th, 12:09.17. 800m relay: (Kendra Bradley, Kristen Critten,

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2011 Golf: GHS opens home schedule today at DCCC

Though it doesn’t feel quite like spring yet, Gallatin’s boys golf team hit the links last Thursday for their season opener at Maysville. The Bulldogs combined for a team score of 207 to finish behind Hamilton (161) and Maysville (179).

Jim Willet and Logan Henderson led Gallatin with rounds of 48. Chris Cameron shot 55, followed by Tyler Carder 56 and Wes Cole 63. Bo Malo shot a 53 in

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Daviess County Courthouse News (3-30-2011)

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Zachariah O’Neal, 20, Trenton, was arrested March 24 on two counts of possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute, class B felonies, and a misdemeanor count of drug paraphernalia. During a traffic stop on U.S. 69 near Route BB in Daviess County, Trooper A.K. Griffin discovered marijuana, hydromorphone hydrochloride pills, and hypodermic needles in O’Neal’s backpack in a probable cause search. He is being held on $50,000

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Grant’s Presidency A Disaster – Post Scripts

by Joe Snyder

Someone asked me when I was going to write about our early presidents again, so I decided this was a good week to do that. I couldn’t find much written about our 18th president, Ulysses S. Grant. He was a military hero of the Mexican and Civil War. Born April 27, 1822 in Pennsylvania; he disliked hunting, shunned profanity, abhorred cruelty to animals and hated the sight

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