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Boosters’ Fundraiser for Bowland

Pattonsburg Booster Club is hosting an Alumni Basketball Tournament Benefit for Coach Jeff Bowland on Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16. Coach Bowland recently retired from the Pattonsburg School District after serving 30 years as a teacher, coach, athletic director, and mentor. He has been diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer and is currently undergoing treatment.

All of the proceeds from the benefit will be given to Coach Bowland to help

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‘All My Sons’ Comes to the Stage

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Chillicothe Drama Department will present the spring play, “All My Sons,” on March 1-3, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center. As this play honors our servicemen and servicewomen, veterans and their spouses will be admitted free of charge. The 1947 play is a tragedy penned by the well-known American playwright Arthur Miller. “All My Sons” follows the Keller family as

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What Would I Say to The Founding Fathers?

The following is the essay with which Courtney Shubert won first place in the Patriot Pen contest, sponsored by Gallatin’s VFW Post 2172 and Ladies Auxiliary.

What would I say to the Founding Fathers? Well, I would want to thank them for writing the piece of paper that made me free. The freedom that they gave to all the citizens of the United States is indescribable. That same piece of

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Daviess County Sheriff Activity Report

2-19-13

12:41 am – Report of C & I driver west bound on Highway 69 near Winston.

9 am – Court in session.

11:15 am – Gary Hanes, 50, Trenton, was taken into custody from court for driving while suspended. Bond is set at $5,000 cash.

11:30 am – Donald Herington, 30, Independence, was taken into custody from court for driving while revoked. Bond is set at $3,000 cash only.

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Gallatin Youth Wrestlers Grow in Numbers, Wins

Gallatin Youth WrestlingThe Gallatin Youth USA Wrestling Club has grown this year with 40 wrestlers and 14 coaches. So far the team has attended 12 regular season tournaments and won a total of 428 matches, with 291 matches won by pins and 137 won by points. The team also brought home the first place team trophy from the Polo Tournament. The club has won 60 first places, 45 second places, 42 third

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Out of the Snow Comes Compost Joe

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A big snowman for a big snowfall.

Megan Avriette and Greg Parton built this eight-foot snowman on Tuesday, Feb. 26. They named him “Compost Joe.” The hair is a pineapple top, the nose is an orange, pineapple rings make the eyes, egg shells make the center of the eyes, half a pineapple ring makes the mouth. All those body parts came from the Avriette’s compost pile. Megan and Greg had

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013.

The Daviess County Courthouse closed Tuesday, Feb. 26, due to the winter storm. Due to this closing, some regularly reported courthouse news will not be printed until next week.

County Clerk

March 6, 2013, is the last day to register to vote in the April election. You may register until that

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Another Blizzard to Remember

Monday night’s snowstorm was the third round in a series of wammies by mother nature. Last week’s snowstorm started Thursday morning, Feb. 21, and dropped between four to six inches of snow or more. This week’s blizzard brought at least another six to nine inches. The snow storm left treacherous traveling in its wake and prompted many uptown businesses to roll up the sidewalks early. Schools all over the area

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Regional Jail Set to Meet Feb. 28

The Daviess/Dekalb County Regional Jail will meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, at 102 N Meadows Lane in Pattonsburg. The meeting will be held in the training trailer.

The financial report is on the agenda. Old business will cover assistant administrator update on training and website provider update. Employee matters will be discussed in closed session.

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