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The Daviess County Collector of Revenue announces properties for sale due to unpaid taxes.

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Teens Get Down to Business

Mary King’s lawn mowing business doesn’t take short cuts

“Work hard for every dollar you earn, get the job done right, and don’t short cut anybody.”

With those words of wisdom from her late father Kenny King, Mary King has watched her lawn mowing business, called Mary’s Little Lawn Service, take off.

Mary King owns a lawn service business.

Mary started her business four years ago as an SAE —

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Trenton Takes GHS Down Twice in LIT Opening Session

GHS teams fell to Trenton clubs Monday night in the opening round of the Lawson Invitational Tournament, but losses came in different fashions for the Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs.

Gallatin’s girls lost, 50-33, through a sub par performance against a team they had played twice before on an even footing. The boys lost, 48-45, after a spirited comeback from a double digit deficit fell short at the buzzer.

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Chautauqua in Question; Council Resigns En Masse

At the November 2013 meeting of the Daviess County Fine Arts Council, the entire council resigned. This group comprises the volunteers who organize and produce the Daviess County Chautauqua, which is held each September in Gallatin.

The former president of the group, Trudi Burton, says that she will share information, paperwork and advice with any community group or individual who will step forward to continue the annual Chautauqua, but she

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Larry Holley Wins 850th Career Game

Larry Holley, Jameson native and head men’s basketball coach at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., chalked up his 850th career victory last Thursday night when the Cardinals defeated Saint Joseph’s College.

Coming into this season, Holley’s 844 victories ranked him first in the state of Missouri among all four-year college coaches (NCAA I, II, III, NAIA I, II), active and all-time. Retired MU coach Norm Stewart is #2

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Daviess County Courthouse News

Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014.

The courthouse will be closed on Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of Martin Luther King day.

County Commission

Jan. 8, 2014

There was discussion about Probation and Parole using the courthouse one day of a month. Commissioners decided on three options for use: 3rd floor southeast room, 3rd floor north central

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GHS Student Achieves Perfect Score on ACTs

A junior from Gallatin High School has earned a perfect composite score of 36 on the ACT test.

Rachel Rogers is in a class by herself — less than one-tenth of one percent of all students nationwide achieve a top score.

The ACT college readiness assessment consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading and science. Each test is scored on a scale of 1 – 36, and a student’s composite

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New Landscaping, Sign Finished Around Schools

Micheal McLey completed his Eagle Scout project at Gallatin by redoing all the landscaping around the front of the grade school and high school. Micheal pulled up the dead weeds and placed new rock along the edging. He also replaced a rock sign. The sign was originally donated to the school by the Class of 1961. It was accidently broken by a city crew. He spent more than 200 total

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Make Your Surprise the Right Size

Dw.cdrThe dust has (finally) settled from a personal episode I hope to never repeat.

A couple of weeks ago my wife, Liz, turned 60 and I am soon to follow later in this year. For some unexplained reason, I felt compelled to mark her milestone with plans I hoped would pleasantly surprise. But like most of my best plans, the surprise turned out to be on me.

The plan seemed

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RE/MAX Welcomes New Sales Associate, Gallatin Native

Allison Spidle has joined RE/MAX Town and Country as the newest member of the RE/MAX sales team. Spidle has returned to her hometown of Gallatin and brings a fresh perspective and committed work ethic to her approach of giving each client the attention they deserve.

My choice to sell with RE/MAX was an easy one as I have known Broker Jeff Riley and his wife Anita for years and know

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