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Shooting for Stars — Moore on Target for National Team

Nathan Moore, 15, of Pattonsburg will be one out of 500 youth from across the country to attend National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Grand Island, Neb., June 21-26, 2015.

This is only Nathan’s second year competing in 4-H Shooting Sports through Harrison County. Last year Nathan did okay in a few of his shoots, but didn’t do very well at state competition. He had some problems with his bow.

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Special Awards Highlight R-5 Fall Sports Banquet

Gallatin R-5 players, coaches, parents and friends fought off the chill of a cold autumn night with warm remembrances from successful fall athletic endeavors.

Janet Rhoades welcomed the crowd on behalf of the GHS Booster Club. Mark Corwin gave the invocation prior to the meal. R-5 Athletic Director Rick Lin served as master of ceremonies.

Head softball coach Chad Sullenger introduced members of the Lady Bulldog team that finished 19-5

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Garnett Earns Top Career Finish on PGA Tour

Gallatin native Brice Garnett shot a round of 66 on Sunday to finish sixth in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Garnett, in his sophomore season on the PGA Tour, moved up six spots with six birdies on Sunday after rounds of 66, 68 and a 71 on Saturday. With the top ten finish, he moves up to 43rd place in FedEx Cup points.

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2014 Opening Weekend Deer Season Totals

November portion of firearms deer season started Nov. 15 and will continue through Nov. 25. Total deer taken statewide was 91,460, according to Daviess County Conservation Agent Alan Bradford. This is an increase of 10,014 from last year. The record was set in 2006 with 124,324.

High Counties were 1. Franklin 1839; 2. Howell 1793; 3. Callaway 1791.

Northwest region total was 10,574 deer taken. This is an increase of

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Missouri Holds off A&M, Heads to Tennessee Next

Football seasons have a handful of moments that you remember, moments that come to mind when we recall that particular year. Missouri (8-2, 5-1 in SEC play) had one of those in the closing minutes of its 34-27 win at Texas A&M last Saturday. The Aggies (7-4, 3-4 in SEC) were driving for the tying touchdown and faced a third-and-one at the two-yard line. Missouri stuffed A&M’s Brandon Williams for

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Little Boy with a Big Buck

 

Former Gallatin residents Vaughn and Roxanna Walters shared this photo of their seven-year-old grandson Tucker with his very first deer. He shot the nice 11-point buck the second day of the Missouri early youth hunt. Tucker is the son of Bryan and Wendy Berthiaume of Savannah. [Submitted Photo]

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 17, 2004

Gallatin FFA members Jonathan Arnold, Lacy Edwards and alternate Whitney Ray were part of the National FFA Band which performed recently at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ken.

Kate Hangley, 14, Pattonsburg, bagged an unofficial 19-point buck shortly after deer season opened Nov. 13. She is the daughter of Dana Shipers of Pattonsburg and Steve Hangley, who was visiting from Texas.

Nov. 16, 1994

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Bailey Shea Williams Puts the Spice in Monster Jam

It’s not every young woman who’d consider crushing cars in a Monster Jam Truck a dream job. But then Bailey Shea has always been rather unique. Before racing giant trucks, she was an ATV racer and spun out quite a career for herself. She was the first female and youngest female to win the Production A and Production B Class race and the youngest female to win a Women’s Class

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Winston Hoops Night Set for Friday

The annual Winston Friday Night Hoops will be held this Friday in the Winston High School gym.

The evening’s activities will begin at 5 p.m. with a chili dog dinner. All grades, preschool through sixth, will be playing basketball games beginning at 6 p.m. The night’s events will conclude with an alumni women’s basketball game at 8:15.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the “Summer Birds” program.

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