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VFW asks students to enter two contests

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The VFW Post 2172 and the Ladies Auxiliary would like to challenge students to participate in the Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen Contest. Why? To let them express their views on democracy and show their patriotism.

The Voice of Democracy contest is open to students in grades nine thru 12 and consist of a 3-5 minute speech recorded on a CD. Students need to label the

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Winston FFA summer overview

by Kayla Eisman, Reporter

This was a good summer for the Winston FFA chapter. Members have had a lot of fun and have gathered some pretty good ideas for the upcoming year. In June, the officer team attended the "Lead" conference in Trenton. They participated in some fun activities and worked together to make a trash sculpture.

On July 4 Kayla Eisman, Denise Weigand, and Kristen Heldenbrand took a long

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Gallatin R-5 Enrollment: you gain some, you gain some more

The Gallatin R-5 junior high school and high school enrollment numbers have fluctuated slightly from last week’s report as students have entered and withdrawn from the school’s roster.

Here is the latest breakdown by grades — seventh grade: 45; eighth grade: 48; freshmen: 54; sophomores: 47; juniors: 49; seniors: 40. Total junior high enrollment is 93. Total high school enrollment is 190. Grand total in 7-12 is 283. That’s up

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Drive for Gold nets $1,300 for Special Olympics

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office held its first annual "Drive for Gold" golf tournament for Special Olympics on Aug. 26, at the Daviess County Country Club in Gallatin

The tournament resulted in more than $1,300 that will go to help the nearly 900 Special Olympic athletes in the northwest region. Mike Lang and Ivan Bridgeman won the championship flight, with Mark and Cody Lang coming in second. Ronnie Moore and

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Lady Panthers capture title in Cainsville Tournament

Pattonsburg’s Lady Panther softball team defeated all comers on Saturday to win the Cainsville Tournament. Team members are, kneeling, from left: Katie Parton, Courtney Warford and Emily Dilley; standing: Asst. Coach Dan Street, Megan Crone, Caitlyn Prater, Jaimie Taylor, Savannah Lewis, Rachel McMahon, Samantha Parman, Kelly Warford, Carly Cornett, Shelbey Dilley, Jeanette Cruthis, Head Coach Derek Petty and Heather Booth. (Submitted photo)

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2011 Football: Dogs give good effort but go down in defeat, 21-14, to Panthers

The Gallatin Bulldogs battled back from a 21-7 third quarter deficit but came up short in their bid for an opening night victory, losing 21-14 to the North Platte Panthers last Friday night in Dearborn.

An 80-yard pass completion from quarterback Zach Lollar to Chad Ness cut Gallatin’s deficit to seven points with 6:34 left to play but things weren’t always clicking for the Bulldog offense, which, despite Lollar’s 168

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Father, We Praise Thee! Church news for Aug.31

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Pattonsburg Christian

"The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear; the Lord is the stronghold of my life, of whom shall I be afraid," Psalms 27:1. Pastor Terry Oliphant’s message "Faith Overcomes Obstacles" was based on scriptures from Daniel 1, 2, 3 and 5. Scripture reading was Matthew 5:43-48 and 6:1-4.

Remember in prayer: Pauline Plowman, Beth Hollifield, Betty Rouner, Jill Crabtree, Sharon

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Weldons receive funding to boost renewable energy

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced grants for more than 900 agricultural producers and rural small businesses across the country, including area farmers James Weldon and Shirley Weldon of rural Gallatin, to implement renewable energy and energy efficiency measures in their operations.

Secretary Vilsack made the announcement as part of President Obama’s rural economic bus tour in the Midwest where he highlighted efforts underway to reduce our country’s dependence on foreign

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This weight loss program is TOPS for Gallatin mother, daughter

TOPS Club, Inc. a nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization, is holding meetings on Tuesday evenings in the lower level of the Access II building, located on Industrial Drive off of Highway 6 in Gallatin.

Weigh in is from 5:30 to 6 p.m. and an informational, interactive program is from 6-6:30. The first official meeting for the Gallatin chapter was held in July and since then15 members have joined.

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