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NWMSU honor list

Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, officials have released the names of students who were named to the honor rolls for the fall trimester.

The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville announces the names of students who were named to the Academic or President’s Honor Roll at the end of the fall trimester.

To be included on the Academic Honor Roll a student must carry at

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NCMC honor list announced

Students at North Central Missouri College in Trenton who achieved dean’s list status for the fall semester are listed.

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has named students with outstanding academic achievement for the 1999 fall semester to the Academic Honors List.

To be eligible for the full-time honors list, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours that contributed toward their grade point average for the semester.

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If I were a dinosaur. . . . .

T Rex is the dinosaur of choice among the kindergarten set. Read on…….

The Gallatin kindergarten classes participated in the school-wide MAP Day on Dec. 3. The goal of MAP Days is to help prepare students for the MAP test.

For the kindergarten MAP activity, the children made dinosaur lacing cards and dictated stories which began with…”If I were a dinosaur….”

Mrs. Brammer’s class

If I were a dinosaur I

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Trenton Wrestling Tournament

Eaton takes 2nd at Tenton Wrestling Tournament

Junior Randy Eaton finished 2nd in the 160-pound weight class at Saturday’s Trenton Wrestling Tournament and claimed the only medal for the Gallatin Bulldogs. Gallatin finished 7th in team competition.

Eaton, who drew an opening round bye, won his 2nd match in the 160- pound class to advance to the final against Trenton senior Josh Eaton. Trenton’s Eaton captured a 9-4 1st place

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Library memorial donations

Memorial donations have been received recently by the Davies County Library.

Many new books have been placed in the Daviess County Library this holiday season in memory of loved ones. All of these new books are presently on display and available for check out. Roger and Nedra Eichler placed the following titles in memory of their daughter, Neddie Eichler Prock, “The Encyclopedia of Musical Instruments,” William Wegman’s “Farm Days” “Christmas

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Graduates with distinction

Amy Johnston, formerly of Gallatin, has graduated from Iowa State University.

Amy Elizabeth Johnston of Des Moines-Ames on Dec. 18. Amy’s mother is the former Debby Gotschall and granddaughter of Janet Gotschall and the late John Gotschall, all formerly of Gallatin. Amy will start her teaching career on Jan. 3, 2000, at Waltrous Elementary in Des. Monies, Iowa.

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Chapter installation held

Installation of officers was conducted at the December meeting of Corinthian Chapter 112, OES

Installation of officers of Corinthian Chapter 112, O.E.S. was held on Dec. 9 following their regular meeting. Those installed were Sharon Lockridge, worthy matron; Harry Boyle, worthy patron; Natha McAllister, associational matron; Mary Lou Searcy, conductress; Tara Burns, assoc. conductress; Hazel Woody, secretary; Vickie Burns, treasuerer; Iris Boyle, chaplain; Alma Runnels, marshall; Mary Ann Kimberling, organist;

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EQIP available

Teh Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is available now to farmers.

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The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) was established in the 1996 Farm Bill to assist farmers to improve the quality of our natural resources.

EQIP is available to anyone who is involved in livestock or agriculture production. Assistance is provided through incentives and cost share towards the implementation of practices that

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WIC is 25

Th 25th anniversary of the Womens, Infants and Children’s program is observed this year

The Missouri Department of Health held the WIC Biennial Conference Oct. 27-29 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach. There were over 700 attending this special celebration. Among those attending from the Daviess County WIC program were Sherri Carder, WIC Coordinator; Jackie Nichols, LPN-HPA; and Lana Tuner, nutrition educator.

Mrs. Carder was excited to be chosen as a

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