Feb. 1, Daviess County health office.
Feb. 1 — B/P & Blood sugar check 8-4 in the Daviess Co. health office
Did you know that the exact location of the new town site has an old story?
Pattonsburg is brand new along I-35, with bright lights, new buildings and renewed spirit after reorganizing and relocating following the 1993 floods. But do you know that the exact location of the new town site has an old story?
Few families that pioneered in Northwest Missouri came directly from their properties back East without
Pattonsburg Courtwarming royalty
Pattonsburg Courtwarming royalty are: seniors Tony Pelletier and Kristin Walker, juniors Caleb Jeffries and Eden Waggoner, sophomores Brennan Leeper and Ashley Brown, freshmen Matt Shell and Mary Woodring, basketball candidates senior Robert Sweiger and junior Erica Kobleski.
Employers, seize this opportunity to recognize valuable employees age 55 or older.
Employers, seize this opportunity to recognize valuable employees age 55 or older. Missouri’s 10th Outstanding Older Worker Contest is now underway.
The Missouri Senior Employment Coordination Committee (MSSECC), is a statewide committee that helps promote the hiring of older workers. We are in search of Missouri’s most Outstanding Older Worker.
This contest is held to recognize the unique
Gallatin R-5 will celebrate Mardi Gras Courtwarming during the game against Polo on Friday, Feb. 4.
Gallatin R-5 will celebrate Mardi Gras Courtwarming during the game against Polo on Friday, Feb. 4. The FBLA potato supper is at 4:30, followed by coronation at 5:30 and the girls and boys games at 6:30. Spirit Week Days will be celebrated with Monday – Twin Day; Tuesday – Mardi Gras; Wednesday – Opposite
R-5 classes will hokd its annual Jump Rope for Heart event Feb. 14-18.
The students of Covel D. Searcy and Gallatin High School seventh graders are jumping at the chance to help fight heart disease and stroke — our nation’s number one killer. On Feb. 14-18 during P.E. classes the school will hold its annual Jump Rope for Heart event. Students will jump rope to raise funds for the American
Craig Gannan, Scott Crose and Ms. Glenda St. John selected.
The 1999-2000 journalism staff at Gallatin High School is sponsoring a “Teacher of the Month” and two “Student of the Month” awards. One teacher, one junior high student, and one high school student will be selected each month.
Craig Gannan is our Gallatin Junior High Student of the Month for January. Craig participates in football and enjoys watching racing, working
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