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Honor roll at Pattonsburg

Names of students who achieved honor roll status during the first quarter at Pattonsburg School have been released by school officials.

Pattonsburg R-2 announced its first quarter honor roll recently. Students on the A Honor Roll were seniors Jeremy Gannan, Leslie Mason, Steven Mooney, Lisa Slobodnik, Dustin Sperry, Kristin Walker; juniors Chris Hamilton, Caleb Jeffries, Erica Kobleski, Tyler Mason, Wyatt Sperry, Eden Waggoner; sophomores Gina Burns, Chase Cornett, Aaron DeJong,

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North Daviess honor roll

The first quarter honor roll students have been named by North Daviess school.

North Daviess R-3 has announced those students listed on the first quarter honor roll.

On the High Honor Roll (A average) are sophomore Kerri Baker and seventh graders Crystal Cook and Nicole Ray.

Students on the B Honor Roll are 12th graders Howard Bailey, Hannah Gryder, Cyndi Heckenbach, Ollie McCrary, Jessica Nelson, Rachel Rhoades; 11th graders Rachel

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Recipe

Here’s a Halloween recipe: Cheddar Ghoul-ash!

Cheddar Ghoul-ash

2 Tbsp. butter, divided in half

1 small onion, chopped

2-4 cloves garlic, sliced and divided in half

2 pounds boneless chuck roast, cubed in one-inch pieces

1 pound pork tenderloin, cubed in one-inch pieces

2 pounds plum tomatoes, coarsely chopped

1 can (6 ozs.) tomato paste

1 cup carrots, sliced

1 cup zucchini, sliced

2 cups water

1/8 tsp. cinnamon

1/8

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Next state refund coming

The checks are in the mail, says the Missouri Department of Revenue about taxpayers’ refunds.

Citizens across Missouri will begin receiving their portion of a $178 million statewide revenue refund as early as this week. The refunds (the fourth round of revenue refunds made directly to citizens in the past three years) will be mailed by ZIP codes starting on the eastern side of the state.

The refunds, appropriated earlier

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More turkey in NW

Turkey kills were up in Northwest Missouri in this year’s state firearms season, according to the Missuori Department of Conservation. Statewide, however, the numbers were down from last year.

Statewide totals during the 1999 Fall Firearms Turkey Season which ran from Oct. 11-24 were 14,651. That was 602 fewer turkeys taken throughout the state than last year. The three counties in the state with the highest totals were Macon 484,

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Wax museum a hit

Gallatin fourth graders presented a “wax museum” in observance of Missouri Day.

Dashing movie stars and daring cowboys, silly clowns and sober presidents, authors and artists, sports figures and pioneers, all came to historic life as Searcy Elementary fourth graders celebrated “Missouri Day” on Wednesday, Oct. 20, by presenting a wax museum of famous Missourians.

After gathering information about their subjects, the students set up displays and dressed the part

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Clark sworn-in on board

The Winston School board met in regular session and, among business, Bob Clark was sworn-in. Clark replaces Rock Youngs who earlier resigned the post.

The Winston School Board met in regular session Oct. 20 in the school library. Board members present were Roger Barker, Hope Becerra, Bob Clark, Wayne Uthe, Gary Caldwell, Clyde Edwards, and Chretta Mastin.

Bob Clark was sworn in as a new board member replacing Rock Youngs,

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R-2 school board meets

The ag building construction project was a major point of discussion at the recent regular meeting of the Pattonsburg R-2 school board.

Several representatives from Uthe Construction were present at the Oct. 11 regular meeting of the Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education to discuss the insurance situation regarding labor on the new ag building. Salary for completion of the new ag building was also discussed. Uthe Construction gave Superintendent Gene

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Practice real-life for near-death

Members of the Kidder-Altamont-Winston Fire and Rescue Department got the chance to practice their skills on the Jaws of Life at a mock disaster.

Daviess County ambulance crew members Vanda Davis, Jason Smith and Rusty Stamper received hands-on training recently on the Kidder-Altamont-Winston (KAW) Fire & Rescue Department’s “Jaws of Life” in Winston. Each crew member took turns cutting away the doors and taking off the top of a vehicle

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