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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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Tour is Just Capital for Gallatin FBLA

The Gallatin FBLA Chapter attended the 2014 National Fall Leadership Conference from November 6-9 in Washington, D.C. The chapter had an eventful weekend in our nation’s capitol with sightseeing and conference activities. Members attended opening and closing sessions as well as leadership based workshops.

Gallatin FBLA Chapter members attending leadership conference in Washington, DC, are pictured, left to right, front row, Hayley Michael, Taylor Rardon, Mattison Ishmael, Tannah Terry, Chloe

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GHCAA Women’s Clinic Open

Green Hills Community Action Agency Women’s Health will be have clinic hours in December. Appointment availabilities are as follows: Friday, Dec. 5, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.; Wednesday, Dec. 10, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:30-5 p.m.; and Saturday, Dec. 20, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The clinic is located at 1506 Oklahoma Avenue in Trenton, and serves the health needs of women from Caldwell, Daviess,

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Letter to the Editor: Life is Short

Dear Editor:

I know that most people knew that October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There was not a radio or TV ad, that I didn’t wonder what I could have done; should have done; or wish I had done.

Donna passed away six months ago and we knew nothing about breast cancer until 30 days before. She was being treated for pneumonia before that.

A few weeks ago I

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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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Regional Jail Meeting

Daviess/DeKalb County Regional Jail Board will meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the training trailer at the jail at 102 N Meadows Lane, Pattonsburg.

Old business will include the building add-on and training. New business will be a discussion of MULES by Todd Watson, and Ace Vending. Closed session will hear pending litigations and the Steven Grant audit.

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Helen Greer 1930-2014

Funeral services for Helen Greer were held November 15, 2014, at Bram-Turner Funeral Home, Maysville, with burial in Hopewell Cemetery. Memorial contributions: DeKalb County Nutrition Center or Hopewell Baptist Church WOM.

Helen Marie Greer, 84, Maysville, died Nov. 11, 2014.

Helen was born May 6, 1930, in Pattonsburg, the daughter of Floyd Whitney and Essie Mae (Newkirk) Mason.

On Dec. 4, 1948, Helen and Jack Greer were united in marriage.

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Thanksgiving Praise

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Thanksgiving holiday has a long tradition here in the U.S. The Plymouth Colony observed the first Thanksgiving in 1621. George Washington and other early Presidents directed the country to celebrate Thanksgiving in an on-again, off-again fashion until Abraham Lincoln made it an official annual federal holiday during the Civil War. However, the tradition of expressing thankfulness to God goes back much further than that.


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Thanksgiving Complications

ShepherdCalls_WPThanksgiving! The word is something of a paradox. Think about it. More often than not, one is thankful for something they have received; but the word “thanksgiving” advises us to “give.” Human nature generally prefers receiving more than giving. That nature, at the very least, strains our thankfulness.

For some time prior to writing this article, I contemplated my own thankfulness. I asked myself if I could give thanks for

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