"Like" us on Facebook

2014 Tax Sale Notice

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

For a complete listing, click HERE

Upcoming Events

GHS sports, civic groups, events, reminders and more.
View Full Page Calendar

Gallatin R-5 Website

School events, faculty contacts, announcements, and more.
View Website

Community Links

Check out various community websites. Click HERE

Gallatin Sports Leagues

Check out leagues, schedules, and more.
Click to View Info

History Photo Gallery

View a variety of selected photos from our newspaper archive.
Photo Archives

Archives

Photo Archives

Access our photo galleries for thousands of pictures for viewing or purchase. Click on: Photo Archive

Get a map of Gallatin

Printer friendly descriptions of Gallatin: City Map / City Profile

We’ll help you get online!

Work with people you know. Put us to work for you! Online With GPC

Nixon Protects Conservation Legacy with Two Vetoes

Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed two bills that would have redefined the term “livestock” to include captive deer in order to eliminate the role of the Missouri Department of Conservation in regulating white-tailed deer. The governor said those provisions of Senate Bill 506 and House Bill 1326 would go against longstanding successful conservation practices and also would clearly violate the Missouri Constitution, which gives exclusive authority over game and wildlife

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Capitol Report: A Surge at the Border

by Congressman Sam Graves

I’ve often said, “You can’t fix a leaky faucet with the water still running.” That’s not only good advice in your kitchen, but the same principle holds true for immigration reform and dealing with the current situation at our southwestern border. We’ve seen more than 50,000 unaccompanied alien children have crossed into the U.S. in recent months.

The reason we are witnessing this surge at the

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Capital Report: Protecting Missourians’ Electronic Privacy

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Within the last year, we, as Americans, have learned that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been systematically collecting private electronic information on American citizens. This broad data grab included 10,000 email account holders who were not on any terrorist list, target list or even suspected of any wrongdoing. Yet, their personal emails, phone conversations, online photos and even resumes from job searches, were being

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Are We Doomed to Polarization?

by Lee H. Hamilton

We Americans are trapped in a political dilemma. We all like representative democracy, but we don’t much like the way it’s performing.

The reason for this dissatisfaction is clear. Polls in recent years detail a polarized nation, divided both ideologically and politically. This is, as the Pew Research Center put it recently, “a defining feature of politics today.” In the public’s eye, Washington gets most of

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Capital Report: Missouri’s Water Infrastructure

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Of all the utility services provided, water is consistently ranked as the most important. It is one of our most basic necessities and is part of almost everything we do, from growing our food to the manufacturing of products. Simply put, an area without reliable and affordable water is endangering its citizens and hindering its economic growth.

For decades, most of Missouri has been afforded

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Capital Report: Increasing Broadband Access in Missouri

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The technological advancements of the last 20 years have delivered new forms of communication, new ways of sharing information, and new economic opportunities regardless of a person’s geographic location. Since 2000, broadband availability in the United States has soared from 8 million to over 200 million users today. While that is a staggering improvement, it still falls short of serving nearly 100 million Americans who,

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Tending to the Victims of Child Abuse

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

As a nation, it’s our responsibility to protect children, the most vulnerable members of our society. Despite our best efforts, too many children in Missouri and nationwide still fall victim to abuse, often at the hands of adults they trusted. We must do everything we can to protect our children, and when they are harmed, deliver justice without inadvertently causing any further damage.

More than

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

Celebrating Our Great Nation

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The birth of our great nation began with a small group of colonists determined to push back the world’s most imposing empire. Through unity and a common belief in less government and greater freedoms, this band of believers forever changed the nation that would ultimately become the greatest example of freedom and democracy the world has ever seen.

The Fourth of July is our opportunity

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.

The Lesson Congress Should Learn from the VA Scandal

by Lee H. Hamilton

Like other federal scandals before it, the mess involving VA hospitals has followed a well-trod path. First comes the revelation of misdoing. Then comes the reaction: a shocked public, an administration on the defensive, grandstanding members of Congress. Finally, major reform bills get introduced, debated, then put aside when the heat dies down, or the target agency gets more money thrown at the problem.

With the

Please subscribe or log in to access full content.