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Gallatin Pool Party: Splash Back to the 70s

Youngsters gathered at the Gallatin pool July 17 took a break and cooled off quickly in the mild temperatures. Lifeguards pictured in the back are Brianna Dunham, Tatum Griffin-Granville, Laurie Roll (manager), Morgan Acree and Tristen Wilson. [Staff Photo/TLH]

The annual community summer pool party is back! On Saturday, July 26, from 7:30-11 p.m., the city pool staff, along with the Daviess County Health Department and the Gallatin City Police

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FEC AYBF Dinner/Auction, Golf Tournament August 3-4

The 22nd Annual Farmers’ Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund (AYBF) dinner/auction and golf tournament will be held Aug. 3-4. The dinner/auction will be held at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge on Sunday, Aug. 3. A reception will begin that evening at 5 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6 p.m. A number of silent auctions will be held throughout the reception and the dinner. At approximately 7:15 p.m. the main auction

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Local Athletes Attend Basketball ‘College’

A local group of athletes attended the Point Guard College held last week at Missouri Western State University. Over 170 athletes traveled from as far as Alaska to attend the National traveling basketball “college.” The five-day co-ed event focused on skills, leadership and self improvement in order to take the player to the next level.

Local players attending included Winston’s Craig Lewis, Kristchon Hisel and Jordan Leonard; Gallatin’s Sara Lin,

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HCCH to Offer Free School Sports Physicals

Harrison County Community Hospital (HCCH) will be offering free back-to-school sports physicals and baseline concussion assessments for area students, including those in Daviess County, who need still need them before fall sports practices begin.

The free sports physicals will be offered Wednesday, July 30, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the hospital, 2600 Miller Street in Bethany.

The baseline concussion assessment, which involves balance and memory tests, establishes a baseline

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Open Tryouts July 27

The NW Thunder 14AAA baseball team will be having an open tryout on Sunday, July 27, at 4 p.m. at the ball field in King City. The team will fill one roster spot for the Fall 2014 and Spring/Summer 2015 season. Potential team members cannot turn 15 before May 1, 2015. Pitching experience is a must. The team will participate in 4-5 tournaments this fall and 8-10 tournaments between April

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Blasts from the Past

July 21, 2004

Brian Robertson, son of Richard and Kathy Robertson, graduated May 8 from Peru St. College, Peru, Neb. Brian earned his bachelor of science degree in sports management and a coaching certificate.

Completion of the new church for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is targeted sometime before the end of the year. The $1.1 million church will be made of red bricks with white colonial

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Blasts from the Past

July 14, 2004

Don McWilliams, son of Lenora and Tom McWilliams of Gallatin, has accepted a position of customer service representative for Midwest Airlines. Mr. McWilliams has been in the airline industry for 30 years.

Erin Croy, Lindsey Robertson and Emily Gay have returned from the 63rd session of Missouri Girls State. Erin was elected police officer of her city. Lindsey and Emily were elected police judges and state

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Garnett Ties for 35th at Greenbrier Classic

Gallatin’s Brice Garnett cashed in at The Greenbrier Classic with a tie for 35th place after a round of 70 on Sunday.

Garnett, who opened the Classic with a 68, shot a 66 on Friday that included five birdies and one bogey. A 72 on Saturday dropped him in the standings but Sunday’s round put him in line for his best finish since the Crowne Plaza Invitational on May

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Crouse Siblings Rope in Top Prizes at Rodeo Events

Tom Crouse, a 12-year-old Gallatin seventh grader, traveled to Decatur, Texas, to participate in Roy Cooper’s Junior World Championship Calf Roping on July 3. Tom competed in 12-and-under breakaway roping and 12-and-under tie down roping. In each event every contestant ropes three times and the 10 with the fastest times rope again in the short go.

In the breakaway, Tom was third in the third round, made the short go,

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