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2015 Tax Sale Notice

Daviess County publishes the 2015 Tax Sale Notice, describing lots and lands for delinquent taxes to be sold Aug. 24 at the county courthouse in Gallatin. Click here to see the listings: Tax Sale Notice

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Our Father

Orey Steinman was just “messing around” with his computer when he typed his unusual name into an internet search engine. What he learned was shocking. He saw a childhood picture of himself on a website for missing children. The 17 year old learned that his mother had taken him from Canada 14 years ago in the midst of a custody battle.

ShepherdCalls_WPThe whole experience conjures up many thoughts. Was the

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Local Youth Take Small Trip with Big Impact

Pastor Russ and wife Theresa Hamilton of the Gallatin First Christian Church, along with Becky Butler, daycare director, have taken a group of youth to Perryville, Ark., for a “Global Challenge.” Seven of the local youth (6-8 grade) are from the Gallatin community, and five are from the Plattsburg area (affiliated with Disciples of Christ churches).

Heifer International in Perryville re-creates communities from developing countries so young people can experience

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Gas Cards Still Available

The Gallatin United Methodist Men’s Prayer Group raised funds from free-will donations during a Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness event last year. The money was raised for the purchase of gas cards. Any cancer patient from Daviess County who has to travel to treatment may pick up a $25 gas card or certificate at either BTC Bank or Farmers Bank in Gallatin. The gas cards may be picked up in the

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, June 7, 2015:

Altamont United Methodist

We appreciate the ladies of the Kidder Methodist Church inviting us to their luncheon and program on June 17. The UMW ladies of the Gallatin Methodist Church also have invited us for their evening entertainment and salad supper the same day at 6:30 p.m.

Adult Sunday School lesson was “Stay on the Path God Wants Us

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The Convenience of Unbelief

Stories abound about confrontations between Christians and unbelievers. The most common setting for these accounts is the university campus. Usually, an atheist professor is presented as taunting young believers in class. That scenario of young learners and authoritarian instructors conjures up deep emotions among the saints.

ShepherdCalls_WPNo doubt, some of those stories are true; but I suspect many of them are fiction, products of fearful faithful who want desperately for

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Whose Counsel?

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Knowing whose advice to accept and whose to reject is a massive step in the ladder of success.

The world is literally filled with people who want to counsel anyone and everyone. Often the advice is very much tainted with a variety of contaminants such as ignorance, stupidity, selfishness, prejudice, greed, covetousness, bitterness, etc. The fact that “misery loves company” is a frequent contaminant. Yes, I

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Picture Civil Bend Church Gone

Austin Hangley of Pattonsburg purchased the Civil Bend Community Center from the Civil Bend Trustees on March 17, 2015, according to land titles in the recorder’s office at the Daviess County Courthouse. Mr. Hangley said he is using the former community building as a business shop. Mr. Hangley purchased the Civil Bend Methodist Church in October of 2012. He said the old church was torn down. [Staff Photo/TLH]

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, May 31, 2015:

Gallatin First Christian

Sue Bird and our Praise Team began the 9:30 a.m. combined unity worship service with songs of praise. Two special songs were performed by Cloey Waterbury, Hailey Holcomb, Breanna Filley, and Carli Beck. Elder Carl Carder shared announcements, an update on his health, and the joy of a new grandson (Owen Michael born to parents Justin

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by Pastor Steve Ellison

We recently celebrated Memorial Day. We rightly remembered those who gave everything they had to give. We gave honor where honor was due. We saluted men and women who gave their very lives in defense of our cherished freedoms. We maintained and decorated graves of war heroes and others all across this great country of ours. There are other great things that we ought to remember.

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