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PFC John David Macy, with the 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, isn’t sure what he is having for dinner for Christmas as he serves his one year stint in the Army in Korea, but he is confident it will be a pretty decent meal.
“He said Thanksgiving in Korea was good,” said his father Greg Macy. “He has no complaints about Army food.”
Still, it won’t be a home
The exterior lighting contest winners for the “Beat the Griswolds” contest held in connection with Gallatin’s second annual Christmas Around the Square were Stan and Denise Ray (the Raywolds) for first place and Jim and Deanna Fuller for second place.
Christmas Around the Square, held Nov. 22, is a community event supported by many local businesses and individuals. Thanks is extended to all
Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright stated that the Trenton Police Department is currently investigating the alleged theft of monies from an August 2014 charity softball tournament.
Wright advises that in August 2014, several area residents formed a two day softball tournament at Griffin Field, Trenton, to raise money for three area men who had died in vehicle accidents in 2009 and in 2012. The money raised was to be distributed
Your Right to Know: The following is information released from the Daviess County Courthouse on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014.
Commissioners will meet on Dec. 17, with minutes reported in the next issue.
The following cases were heard by Judge Thomas Chapman on Dec. 10:
Probation was revoked for Rolla Sweiger on three felony charges, burglary second degree, tampering with motor vehicle, and property damage. He was sentenced
12:13 pm – Assist with house fire at residence at Lake Viking.
5 pm – Possible drunk driver sitting at truck stop in Winston.
7:21 pm – Dispute over property in Jameson.
10:02 pm – Complaint of barking dog in Coffey.
9 am – Court in session.
12:40 pm – Mamie Hayes, 36, Trenton, was taken into custody on a Mercer County warrant for class C felony charges
Some talk around town has City Hall taking the lead in determining the future of the cupola building on North Main. That’s good!
City Hall taking charge of this problem property makes sense. We’ve got good people serving on the board. We should encourage our aldermen to take a leadership role to coordinate what’s to happen. With the city’s commitment comes stability and an opportunity for individuals and community groups
Between Dec. 14, 2014, and Jan. 5, 2015, hawk-eyed volunteers across the country will brave various weather conditions to count birds during the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC). On Dec. 20, birders and nature enthusiasts in Grand River Audubon will take part in this tradition, many rising before dawn to participate in the longest running wildlife census on the planet.
Each year, the Audubon Christmas Bird County mobilizes over
A resolution carried authorizing the advertising for construction bids for the City of Gallatin water treatment plant project.
Todd Schuler and Wayne Kauffman with the State Auditor’s Office informed the city that the state audit will begin in the next couple of weeks.
Public comments were made regarding the city sales tax and its use, the city pool’s operation and finances. Discussion was also held on the buildings located on
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