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Donald Edwards

Donald E. Edwards, 84, Winston, died April 20, 2002, at his residence.

Funeral services for Donald Edwards will be held at 2 p.m. today (Wednesday) at Brown Funeral Home in Cameron. Burial will be at McDaniel Cemetery in Cameron. Memorials may be made to Access II of Gallatin.

Donald E. Edwards, 84, Winston, died April 20, 2002, at his residence.

Mr. Edwards was born in Medford, Wis.

Survivors include his

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GHS girls win Tiger Relays; Kerns sets new boys discus record

Senior Justin Kerns broke a 29-year-old Bulldog field event record

Senior Justin Kerns broke a 29-year-old Bulldog field event record and sophomore Keira Story won 5 of her 6 hurdle races to highlight a week full of track and field competition for Gallatin varsity track athletes. Gallatin’s girls walked away with the team title in last Tuesday’s Tiger (Worth County) Relays held at Graceland University in Lamoni, Ia. Bulldog teams

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Golf tournament to benefit Wm. Jewell basketball

The 2nd Annual William Jewell College Men’s Basketball Golf Benefit

The 2nd Annual William Jewell College Men’s Basketball Golf Benefit Tournament will be held at Claycrest Golf Course in Liberty on Friday, June 21.

This is an 18-hole, 4-person scramble event. Teams in each flight will receive prizes. There will be a hole in one contest as well as contests for longest drive and closest to the pin.

The cost

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Area students participate in vocational contest

The 19th Annual Vocational Preparation Contest

The 19th Annual Vocational Preparation Contest was held Friday, April 19, at the North Central Career Center in Bethany. This was a VICA-style event in which contestants competed in hands- on skills, written, math, spelling, and job interview competition.

Fifteen students from North Central Career Center in Bethany competed with 29 students from Northland Career Center in Plattsburg and Excelsior Springs Career Center. According

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MWSC students honored

for student scholastic achievements.

Over 200 Missouri Western State College students were honored April 14 at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Convocation for student scholastic achievements.

Seniors who received the Scholastic Key by maintaining a 3.75 grade point average included Kristi Critten of Gallatin.

Outstanding Graduate Awards were given to seniors who met criteria established by their academic faculty. Kristi Critten received the Amy Singleton Award from the Department of

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Winston R-6 Board minutes

summer school policy

The board discussed a summer school policy that would allow credits earned to count towards eligibility for extra-curricular activities during its regular meeting held April 18. Elementary Principal Lisa Beilby said 105 students have signed up to enroll in summer school.

The board accepted resignations from Mrs. Wake, art teacher, Mrs. Ross, elementary teacher; Mrs. Packard, elementary teacher; and Mrs. Lawson, FACS teacher A teaching contract for

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R-5 news

PRIMO; NHS; Varsity Academics Team

Area students selected for Academic Enhancement Program

Four area students from Gallatin High School were selected to participate in the AHEC Career Enhancement Scholars (ACES/PRIMO) program, including Jacob Gardner and Kyle Hefley, both freshmen; and Heather Berry, a sophomore; and Mariah Gibson, a senior.

The ACES/PRIMO program was created by the Missouri Area Health Education Centers (MAHEC) for high school students that are interested in

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Prom Lock-In offers fun alternative

Prom night is one of the deadliest nights for teenagers.

Prom night is one of the deadliest nights for teenagers. The Prom Lock-In party, scheduled for May 4, is in its final planning stages. The impact group was formed several years ago to create a safe, chemical-free and fun-filled alternative for our students.

Juniors and seniors do not have to attend prom to go to the lock-in. This program is

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Gallatin Post Office employees recognized for outstanding service

awarded a unique postal flag

Employees at the Gallatin Post Office and the Mid-American District were recently awarded a unique postal flag in recognition for outstanding customer service.

Independent customer surveys were conducted by the Gallup Organization to help the postal service gauge the overall performance of post offices across the nation.

Accuracy of delivery, consistency of delivery and professionalism in serving customers at the retail service window over a

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