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Boil Advisory in Coffey

Due to a leak, residents north of North Street in the City of Coffey are under a boil advisory until further notice. Water will be shut off around noon for at least 2 hours today (Sept. 19.)

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Beverly Creekmore 1939-2016

Funeral services for Beverly Creekmore were held Sept. 16, 2016, at the Bram Funeral Home, Hamilton. Cremation followed the service, with inurnment at a later date at McCrary Cemetery, Gallatin. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the St. Judes Childrens Hospital.

Beverly Ann Creekmore, 77, Savannah, formerly of St. Joseph, and Benson, Ariz., died on Sept, 14, 2016, at the La Verna Care Center in Savannah.


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Larry Craig d. Sept. 12, 2016

A family visitation in honor of Larry Craig was held Sept. 17, at the family home in Ridgeway. Larry has been cremated under the direction of Roberson Funeral Home, Bethany.

Larry Dean Craig, 69, Ridgeway, died Sept. 12, 2016, at his home in Ridgeway.

Survivors include his wife, Grace, of the home; daughter, Holy Craig, Albany; son, Toby Craig, Gilman City; father, Clell Craig, Carrollton; brother, Gerald Craig, Carrollton; special

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2016 GHS Football Cheerleaders


Front row from left: Chloe Simmons, Tatum Griffin, Courtney Smith; second row: Jennifer Teel, Essie Williamson, Kelli Lynch, Sarabeth Michael; back row: Addison Burns, Megan Redman, Briar Roll, Annie Nelson, Addison Stanley.

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Century Farm families help county celebrate rich legacy

The theme of this year’s Daviess County Chautauqua is “Our Rich Heritage” and Century Farm families have been asked to bring their tractors, trailers, trucks and anything else farm-related to serve as special grand marshals at the 2016 Chautauqua Parade.

The parade will be held at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17. The parade line-up will start at the Baptist Church, 511 West Richardson Street, and head towards Main Street

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Health Department preparing for flu season: flu shots available

The Daviess County Health Department will begin flu shots in the Gallatin office on Sept. 20, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be offering clinics throughout the county, and every Tuesday in the DCHD office while supplies last. The schedule is as follows:

Monday, Sept. 26: Jamesport City Hall, 9-10 a.m.

Thursday, Oct. 13: Winston Post Office, 9:30-10:30 a.m. and Pattonsburg Senior Center 11 a.m. to 12 noon

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Dogs can’t sustain 2nd quarter dominance, fall 36-21 to Panthers


Corbin Toney high steps past a Panther defender during Friday night’s GRC contest at Polo.

Gallatin pushed state-ranked Polo to the limit last Friday night but the Bulldogs ran out of gas in the fourth quarter.

Polo, the #6 ranked team in Class 1, scored the game’s final three touchdowns in the second half to preserve a 36-21 win and perfect 4-0 record.

Despite giving up a touchdown just 16

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Pattonsburg R-2 receives grant for Spanish program

Pattonsburg R-II has been notified they are one of the recipients of the Kenneth N. and Rosemary B. Williford Foundation grants awarded yearly to area schools.  The $4,000 grant will enable the district to expand the Spanish program’s activities this year.

Last year the Spanish II and III students, Kari Cruthis, C.J. Nalle, Maria Savage, Molly Nashon, and Jimmie Nalle, participated in the film festival at Warrensburg, placing first with

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Homecoming will honor 2006 GHS champion softball team

In keeping with a tradition of honoring outstanding fall athletic teams of the past, Gallatin High School will recognize the 2006 Lady Bulldog softball team during half time of the Sept. 30 Homecoming football game against Princeton.

Coached by Jeremy Hobbs and Denise Ray, the 2006 GHS softball team finished 15-3 overall during a wet fall season that saw seven games cancelled due to rain. The Lady Bulldogs finished 7-1

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