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Trenton man hurt after van overturns

Trenton man received moderate injuries in an accident that happened on Hwy. B, about three miles east of Coffey, in Daviess County.

According to the highway patrol, at about 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18, Brian Vaughn, 34, Trenton, was eastbound on Hwy. B. He was driving a 1999 Ford Windstar van. He ran off the south side of the road, overcorrected, and ran back across the road. The vehicle

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Two from Mercer injured in accident

Two people from Mercer were injured in an accident that happened at about 12:50 p.m. on Nov. 17, in Daviess County.

According to the highway patrol, Gay Stark, 58, Mercer, was southbound on I-35 driving a 2008 Dodge Caliber. She lost control of the vehicle, causing it to travel into the median. Her vehicle then returned to the roadway and struck the rear drive axle of a 2016 Volvo Conventional.

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Three board seats open at North Daviess

North Daviess will have three three-year terms open for school board at the April 2017 election. Those seats are currently held by Jason Lewis, Natalie May, and Beth Wheeler. Filing dates for the election are Dec. 13, 2016, through Jan. 17, 2017.

Facility updates were given during the meeting of the North Daviess R-3 School Board held Nov. 14. The basement is continuing to be cleaned and dried out, with

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Tigers lose big on Rocky Top, host Arkansas in finale

By: Benjamin Herrold

For three quarters Missouri hung tough at Tennessee, trading touchdowns in an offense-dominated game. But in the fourth quarter the Tigers (3-8, 1-6 in SEC play) buckled, and the Volunteers rapidly turned the game into a blowout. By the end of the game, Missouri had lost 63-37.

Missouri had shown modest progress, looking competitive in a road loss at South Carolina and beating Vanderbilt. The Tigers kept

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East beats West in GRC interdivision opener

Grand River Conference East met GRC West Tuesday night and East member Gallatin swept season-opening games against visiting Pattonsburg.

The Lady Bulldogs dominated completely, rolling up a 21-0 first quarter lead on their way to a 47-16 victory. Gallatin’s first five baskets came from five different players and that set the tone for the Lady Bulldogs’ runaway win as Coach Chad Sullenger was able to substitute freely and get a

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Gallatin Middle School Wrestling Team

Front row, from left: Brantley Burns, Harley Haley, Ty Becker, Macormick Steele and Reggie Arnold; second row: Draygan Schweizer, Caleb Agcopra, Jacob Maize and Dyson Fry; back row: Coach Zach Morrison, Gage Wright, Jonathan Carder and Coach Tim Michener

Front row, from left: Brantley Burns, Harley Haley, Ty Becker, Macormick Steele and Reggie Arnold; second row: Draygan Schweizer, Caleb Agcopra, Jacob Maize and Dyson Fry; back row: Coach Zach Morrison, Gage Wright, Jonathan Carder and Coach Tim Michener

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Middle School boys third at Princeton Tournament

Front row, from left: Jace Holcomb, Johnny Stout, Allen Dutro and Hayden Jumps; second row: Rope Smyser, Korben Mehlberg and Luke Fisher; back row: Coach Zach Johnson, Greggory Fisher, Calvin Grady, Brinley Vandiver, Gabe Green, Burke Dalton, Jagger Gray and Coach Kayli Johnson. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

Front row, from left: Jace Holcomb, Johnny Stout, Allen Dutro and Hayden Jumps; second row: Rope Smyser, Korben Mehlberg and Luke Fisher; back row: Coach Zach Johnson, Greggory Fisher, Calvin Grady, Brinley Vandiver, Gabe Green, Burke Dalton, Jagger Gray and Coach Kayli Johnson. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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Middle School girls win Princeton Tournament

Gallatin’s Middle School girls basketball team defeated South Harrison, 26-24, to capture first place last Thursday in the Princeton Tournament.

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Front row, from left: Claire Hemry, Maddison Michael, Riley Dutro, Caragan Baker and Carli Beck; second row: Amelie Dutro, Hailey Holcomb, Cassie Livick, Ali Baker, Olivia Woody and Makayla Rainey; back row: Coach Cindy Boles, Karley Roe, Libby Wilson, Taylor Hoover, Libby Endicott, Hannah Miller, Brianna Filley, Cidnee Toney, Kyrsten

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Gallatin Middle School Cheerleaders

Front row, from left to right: Makayla Rainey, Taylor Morrison and Carli Beck; back row: Coach Jenni Adkison, Libby Wilson, Kylie Roe, Claire Hemry, Alli Baker, Caragan Baker, Johnna Tadlock, Hanna Miller and Coach Susan Allen. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

Front row, from left to right: Makayla Rainey, Taylor Morrison and Carli Beck;  back row: Coach Jenni Adkison, Libby Wilson, Kylie Roe, Claire Hemry, Alli Baker, Caragan Baker, Johnna Tadlock, Hanna Miller and Coach Susan Allen. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)

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