Michelle M. Allen, Gallatin, has been sentenced for two felony counts of theft in a case involving the embezzlement of over $24,000 from the Daviess County SB-40 Developmental Disabilities Board.
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Residents in the City of Gallatin may have been wondering why their water is brown.
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A 20-year-old Jamesport resident, James A. Graber, was fatally injured Saturday night, Jan. 24, on a stretch of Interstate 29 in Iowa, when his car collided with a semi-trailer truck, according to the Iowa State Patrol.
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Health Systems, Inc., of Osage Beach has notified the Daviess County Commission of its intent to discontinue its business management of Lake Viking Health Care Center in Gallatin effective March 31, 2009.
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by Dennis Cox
Next week’s Hamilton Tournament promises to be a knockdown-drag out affair for three Grand River Conference girls teams jockeying for position in the league’s hierarchy. The three top seeds bring a combined 29-5 record into play, starting on Monday.
Continue reading Season Pass: Tough girls bracket highlights 15th Hamilton Invitational Tournament
Throughout the U.S., Navy moms everywhere are lighting blue candles as a gesture of honor and remembrance for those Navy personnel, past, present and future, who are in need of our prayers.
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Gallatin defeated both Albany and South Holt in a double dual at home last Thursday.
Michener (135), Malo (140) and Ness (145) won contested matches in the 52-23 victory over the Warriors. Taul (105), Wood (125) and Phillips (160) were match winners in a 72-9 rout of the Knights.
Continue reading 2008-09 Wrestling: Bulldog wrestlers take double dual at home
Gallatin varsity basketball teams took two games from Polo Tuesday night, winning the girls game, 57-22, and taking the boys contest, 48-43.
Continue reading 2008-09 Basketball: Bulldog hoops teams improve to 2-0 in GRC
DeKalb 21, KC Lutheran 20 (1st)
Winston 45, Osborn 37 (3rd)
Pattonsburg 35, Union Star 23 (Con.)
Tri-County 46, Stewartsville 25 (7th)
DeKalb 60, Stewartsville 54 (1st)
KC Lutheran 48, Osborn 46 (3rd)
Pattonsburg 62, Tri-County 40 (Con.)
Winston 36, Union Star 34 (7th)
Storm Thompson, Osborn
Matthew Gray, Osborn
Chase Conover, Pattonsburg
Thursday, Jan. 22
4:30: Gallatin boys vs. Tina-Avalon
5:45: Hamilton girls vs. Trenton
7:00: Hamilton boys vs. Trenton
8:15: Gallatin girls vs. S. Harrison
Saturday, Jan. 24
10:00: Girls Third Place
11:15: Boys Third Place
12:30: Girls Championship
1:45: Boys Championship
Continue reading 2008-09 Basketball: Gallatin JV Tournament Bracket
by Joe Snyder
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by Freida Marie Crump
Continue reading The Coonridge Digest: Too darned cold
An audition will be held for the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) original adaptation of The Princess and the Pea on Monday, Jan. 26, at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center in Chillicothe from 4-6 p.m.
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Marie Boyle was welcomed as a new member of the Scrappy Quilter’s Quilt Guild when the group met on Jan. 8 at the TNT Investments office.
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The Northwest Regional Water Symposium IV has been scheduled for Friday, Jan. 30, from 1-3 p.m., at the Northwest Missouri State University student union ballroom.
Continue reading Water symposium set for Jan. 30
Catherine Anne Jones of Jameson earned a spot on Drury University’s Dean’s List, which means she earned a grade point average of 3.6 or greater (on a 4-point scale) while carrying a full-time course load of 12 or more semester hours at Drury, a top 10 Midwestern university, according to US News & World Report.
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North Central Missouri College in Trenton has awarded institutional scholarships for the spring 2009 semester to 36 students.
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The 2008-2009 school calendar was amended during the regular meeting of the Winston R-6 Board of Education held Jan. 15.
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Upon returning to open session after an executive meeting the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education carried a motion to offer Becky Morris a two year superintendent contract for the 2009-2011 school years.
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Tree Climbers meeting was canceled last week, so the regular monthly meeting will be this week on Jan. 22. Still looking for your family history if you haven’t turned it in.
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