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North Daviess dance team performs at final four games

The North Daviess dance topped the year by performing at the state final four games in Columbia.

The North Daviess dance team, coached by Linda Phipps, has performed at home games, the Gilman City tournament, with the HDC dancers at the conference games, and they topped the year by performing at the state final four games in Columbia. They did their performance to old

TV theme songs. Dance team members

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Who cares about who’s going to care

by Debbie Farmer

by Debbie Farmer

Over the years my gardener, a wise man with six children, has taught me three very important lessons about life. He’s told me to 1) use high iron fertilizer to make the lawn green, 2) always aerate in the spring, and 3) take good care of your children because, one day, they may be taking care of you.

Life being what it is, I’m

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Family Reading Night at Winston elementary

R-6 Elementary Family Reading Night was held March 13.

Winston R-6 Elementary Family Reading Night was held on March 13. This month’s featured reader was Superintendent David Michael. Family Reading Nights are held monthly at the elementary school to promote family involvement and the Accelerated Reader program.

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Farm Bureau holds briefing, recognizes Keith Emmons

Daviess County Farm Bureau hold Legislative Briefing and All Star Sales Conference.

Farm leaders from the Daviess County Farm Bureau heard from Mary Kay Thatcher, deputy director of governmental relations, American Farm Bureau; Barry Orscheln and Ed Douglas, members of the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission; and state legislators during the annual Missouri Farm Bureau Legislative Briefing March 13-14 in Jefferson City.

The conference provided an opportunity to meet with

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FFA members send five to state

Gallatin FFA members placed well at the Area II FFA contest.

Gallatin FFA members placed well at the Area II FFA contest held March 20 at Gallatin. Members going to state are Kim Clevenger, Luke Leeper and Robert Mazur, chapter scrapbook; Christina Cox, treasurers book; and Austin Story, complete placement record book.

Students going to district competition are: Brook Carder, Ag II speaking, first place; Michelle Chadwick, Ag I speaking

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R-2 honor roll students named

Pattonsburg R-2 recently announced Principal’s Honor Roll.

Pattonsburg R-2 recently announced the names of those students on its third quarter Principal’s Honor Roll.

Students on the “A” Honor Roll are: 12th — Brandon Anderson, Debbie Chamberlain, Chris Eldredge, Chris Hamilton, Caleb Jeffries, Erica Kobleski, Tyler Mason,

Dustin Miller, Wyatt Sperry, Eden Waggoner;

11th — Gina Burns, Chase Cornett, Aaron deJong, Kirt Hangley, Brennan Leeper, Kyle Mason, Christine Svendson, Heather Teeter,

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R-5 purchases bus

R-5 Board of Education finalized the purchase of a school bus.

Gallatin R-5 Board of Education finalized the purchase of a school bus at their regular meeting held March 15. The bus has a Thomas chassis and a Cummins Diesel engine. It will be delivered in August.

A special meeting will be held on April 5 to reorganize after Tuesday’s election. The board plans to decide base salary at that

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Winston business students on to state

Thirteen R-6 business students traveled to NWMSU District I FBLA contests.

Thirteen R-6 business students traveled to NWMSU on Tuesday, March 13, 2001, to compete in the District I FBLA contests. Of the events entered, fifteen students placed in the top 10, including Stephanie Caldwell, 1st in Word Processing II, Cassie Barker, 1st in Introduction to Business Communications and 5th in Word Processing I; Darcy Kumm, 1st in Introduction to

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Cydney Paige Arnold

Becky and Jon Arnold of Stewartsville announce the birth of a daughter at 1:31 a.m. on March 27, 2001, at Heartland East Hospital. Cydney Paige weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long. She was welcomed home by four brothers, Nicholas Morris and Jordan, Jonathan and Jared Arnold.

Paternal grandparents are Jerry and Suzanne Arnold of Clarksdale. Maternal grandparents are Robin and Cindy Rader of Gallatin. Maternal great-great-grandmother

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