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OnTheStreet_WPLet’s begin with some great news.

Remember that Boot Block that was held on Chautauqua in the Park weekend for cancer?

The unofficial number is in after a lengthy count of a lot of change, a lot of currency and some checks. Fire Chief Darrell Wright said the delay in the counting of the collected money was because of the busy week preparing for the funeral of Assistant Fire Chief

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Moving ‘The Wall’ Closer to Gallatin

Ladies auxiliary raffles quilt

Frank Frazier Post 2172 and Ladies Auxiliary of Gallatin are selling raffle tickets for a quilt with all proceeds going toward bringing the Vietnam Moving Wall to Gallatin next year. The quilt was made by Pauline Redman and quilted by Gladys Fisher. Material was donated by Bill and Karen Walker. The machine quilted fabric is in a red, white and blue “rail fence” pattern. It is

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Fire Claims Loucks’ Home

The home of Samantha and William Loucks located at 708 North Adams Street in Gallatin was lost to a fire which started at about 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 15.

Mrs. Loucks said the fire started in the living room of their one-story single-wide trailer home and spread throughout.

Samantha was at work but William was at home at the time of the fire. He was able to exit with

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Introduction to Agroforestry

by Tim Baker, Northwest Region Horticulture Specialist

Agriculture, when taken as a whole, can be a very complex system. We tend to isolate our thinking in terms of our specialty. I am a Horticulture Specialist. We also have agronomy, livestock, Ag business, and Ag engineering specialists, all studying some concentrated aspect of agriculture.

Now don’t get me wrong. I really like the specialist system. But sometimes we need to think

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Afraid of HB436

Dw.cdrI remember being afraid growing up.

I feared many things like snakes, spiders (lions, tigers and bears), and the dark. I hated going downstairs in our farmhouse basement. The open-back steps seemed like a good place for the boogeyman to reach out and trip me. While in school I worried most about all the other kids not liking me. Then later, I worried myself sick about whether I could ever

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Their Special Day

Shown are Libby Endicott and her grandparents, with others at CDSE’s fifth grade Grandparents’ Tea. [Submitted Photo]

 

 

 

More than 64 parents and grandparents attended a Grandparents Kindergarten Party at Searcy Elementary School on Friday, Sept. 13, along with a fifth grade Grandparents’ Tea. This was the fourth year the school has held the event and it was the largest turn-out to date.

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Missouri Heads to Indiana for First Road Game

by Benjamin Herrold 

If you love college football shootouts, find a comfortable chair and settle in for Saturday’s Missouri-Indiana football game. The Hoosiers have a high-scoring offense and a shaky defense, meaning the final score of the game could more closely resemble a final from the basketball games for which Indiana is known.

Saturday’s game (7 p.m. on the Big Ten Network) should provide an interesting test for Missouri (2-0),

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Capitol Report: Historic Veto Session

by State Sen. Brad Lager

When the 2013 legislative session came to a close, no one would have ever imagined that the 2013 veto session would be one of historic magnitude. We knew that the number of bills passed and sent to the Governor’s desk was lower than most years and throughout the five months of regular session there had been very little concern raised by the Governor’s office on

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Letter to the Editor: Utility Rates

Dear Editor:

The August 28 newspaper said that the city council had decided to raise the utility rates again at the August 26 meeting. They have been talking about a possible raise since the wholesale rate adjustment in August. That is two raises in three months on already high utility bills.

But are the utility rates really going up? I heard a radio interview done with Zac Johnson last Thursday.

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