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Fire destroys Lock Springs home

A fire on Feb. 10 completely burned down a house on Fourth Street in the small town of Lock Springs. No one was injured.

The house was occupied by Robert James Tanner and his wife, Cristel, and their two small children, Isayah, one, and Aryana, three.

Robert said he was getting up around 6:30 a.m. to go to school at Chillicothe Vo-Tech.

“The breaker tripped and I reset it,” he

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Gallatin Fire incident report for December

The Gallatin Fire Protection District reported the following incident responses for December, 2015:
5th at 9 a.m. Public Service at 505 E Berry;
6th at 8 p.m. Public Service on S. Prospect;
8th at 12:30 p.m. Public Service at 103 N Clay;
15th at 3:09 p.m. Medical Assist at 110 W Grand;
17th at 8:21 a.m. Assist invalid/person to bed or chair on S. Clay;
19th at 2:36 p.m. EMS

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2016-2017 GHS varsity basketball cheerleaders

Introducing the 2016-17 Gallatin High School Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, front row, from left: Megan Redman and Kelli Lynch, middle row: Chloe Simmons and Tatum Griffin; back row: Annie Nelson and Essie Williamson. The girls are coached by Kelly Walker. (Photo by Barb Holcomb)varsity-bb-cheerleaders

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Blast from the Past

Dec. 6, 2006

Daviess County 4-H members Kelly Critten, Kyle Croy, RaeAnn Eckert, Nina May, Kelsey McLaughlin, Taylor Porter, Erin Sweatman and Wren Tolen all received the American Youth Foundation’s National Leadership Award in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and potential for leadership.

Gallatin’s boys defeated South Harrison, 48-42, to win their fourth straight Gallatin Invitational title on Saturday. The boys championship total was the lowest combined score since

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Bulldogs split with GRC West North Andrew

Hayley Michael leads a fast break for Gallatin with Trenton’s Sidney Lynch trailing. Michael drew a foul on the play and made a pair of free throws.

Hayley Michael leads a fast break for Gallatin with Trenton’s Sidney Lynch trailing. Michael drew a foul on the play and made a pair of free throws.

Gallatin came away from North Andrew with mixed results Tuesday night in an inter-division matchup of Grand River Conference teams.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 4-1 on the season with a 54-27 victory over the Lady Cardinals. The Cardinal boys returned the favor

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OH THE DRAMA …GTL celebrates ‘sold out’, plans for spring

By the Gallatin Theater League

Gallatin Theater League Members are celebrating a sold out crowd for two out of three nights of their fall play, ”Nunsense!” Word is getting out about our local stars as several surrounding town groups were in the audience. Cast and board members want to thank the local community for their continued support in league productions as well as building maintenance and improvements.

Tom Garnett and

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Students inherit the world through exchange program

The World Heritage (WH) International Student Exchange Program is seeking representatives to work with volunteer host families and international exchange students in your community. WH provides academic year and semester exchange programs in the United States for high school students from around the world.

Students are 15 to 18 years of age, have passed a series of academic and character requirements and are awaiting an opportunity to embark on their

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Tips to stay safe and warm

Frosted leaf taken by Cindy Barker of Winston.

Frosted leaf taken by Cindy Barker of Winston.

The nonprofit Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) and the Great Winter Weather Prep are offering 21 tips to keep families safe and warm when the power goes out and freezing temperatures arrive.

Foam, Dome & Drip – Affordable Ways to Protect Your Home

For as little as $1 per 6’ of insulation, you can stop pipes from freezing during winter and

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