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Gallatin Theatre League is putting the finishing touches on their spring production “Guys and Dolls” to be performed this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 26-28. This Broadway musical is a favorite of theater lovers and performers alike. It has all the elements audiences love: laughter, action, romance, and music. Countless hours have gone into the rehearsals and practice. You don’t want to miss it. Tickets are available, (but going fast)
Administrative Advisor Phil Tate told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen during their March 23 meeting that he will begin the process of vetting and scheduling the interview process for both the city administrator and city clerk positions. There are seven applications for administrator and seven for city clerk.
Police Chief Mark Richards submitted a report on activity from March 9-23 with the following reports taken and tickets given: 1-Animal control
Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
James Lewis, road and bridge supervisor, and his crew placed rock on river bridges.
Collector-Treasurer Reta Rains submitted the Collector’s Annual Settlement to be filed with the Department of Revenue.
Dave Linville discussed road closure for CART roads.
Bills were reviewed and approved.
Carl Carder moved to approve CART
Please be advised of asphalt scammers working in the area. Many reports of the offense have come from family members after the fact, not the victims themselves.
If someone approaches you, or you’re seeking asphalt work, make sure the company is reputable. Ask for references. If a company or individual seems suspicious in nature, please notify the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office by calling 660-663-2031.
Through America’s Farmers Grow Communities
Randy Johnson of Daviess County has been selected as a winner in America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The money is then donated to the farmer’s nonprofit of choice and Mr. Johnson selected Active Aging Resource Center in Gallatin to receive the donation. Mr. Johnson is pictured on March 18 with Rodney Roberts with Merschman Seeds on behalf of Monsanto, Russ Hamilton,
KC man charged with multiple felonies in traffic stop
Tyree J. Campbell, 22, Kansas City, Kan., was arrested March 19 in a traffic stop on southbound I-35, clocked at a speed of 94 mph. During the stop, Trooper Aaron Griffin detected a strong odor of marijuana. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed a bag containing 10 grams of cocaine, marijuana, a bottle of Promethazine with codeine, a scale
Salary and Welfare Committee Chairman Rhonda McCann and member Ryan Beenken were in attendance at the March 19 meeting of the Gallatin R-5 Board of Education to request placing an additional $250 on the base salary. They also requested a change in payment for unused leave days. Both of these requests, as well as some previous calendar requests, were approved and enacted. This will make the base salary for the
Andy Macias of Snyder and Associates presented a list of options for reducing the cost of the proposed new water treatment plant for Gallatin during a work session held March 18. The options included moving the contact basins outside and therefore reducing the size of the building, and eliminating some monitoring equipment.
The work session exploring ways to reduce costs of the new water plant was conducted after construction bids
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