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Winston elementary honor roll reported

honor roll

Winston R-6 recently announced its elementary honor roll.

First grade “A’ Honor Roll: Janelle Carl, Tyler Grann, Kristen Heldenbrand, Samantha Parmanm, Shawn Eiken.

First grade “B” Honor Roll: Michael Baker, Tommy Parkinson, Adam Russell.

Second grade Principal’s Honor Roll ( All straight A’s): Chandler Newman, Briana Heldenbrand.

Second grade “A” Honor Roll: Caitlyn Carder, Noah Bielby, Ashley Turner, Tabitha Piburn, Emily McFee, Nathan Hiley, Zakary Clark.

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15 area organizations receive funds for 2001

Rural Community Foundation released its’ 2001 Annual Report

The Rural Community Foundation released its’ 2001 Annual Report today. The report highlights the 15 projects receiving support during the past year. Funded projects ranged from a cardiac defibrilator to an after-school math club to new park construction to fairground renovations.

The various school and community betterment projects assisted by the Foundation totaled $12,630. A 50% decrease from the previous year.

“Just

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Winston school receives RCF grant

Rural Community Foundation has announced the awarding of a $485 grant

The Rural Community Foundation has announced the awarding of a $485 grant to the Winston R-6 school to purchase software to streamline the publishing of their bi-monthly school newsletter, BirdTalk. The award is from the Foundations’ Business & Education Network (BEN).

Students aspiring to be journalists at Winston R-6 use the newsletter to inform district constituents of current happenings.

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R-3 fully accredited

fully accredited as a result of the state review

During their regular meeting held June 18, the North Daviess Board of Education received word from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) that the school is fully accredited as a result of the state review, which took place in April 2002.

In other business at the Tuesday meeting, the board voted to have support personnel and those in extra

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Local youths wants to give back to their community

Mark McNeely of Jameson and Clint Stith of Polo

Mark McNeely of Jameson and Clint Stith of Polo were chosen to take part in an intensive quail management workshop. Now they want to give something back by serving as an ambassador for the bobwhite quail in his community.

Both young men say the MO Quail Academy was one of the most intensive learning experiences of their lives. It was also

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New postage rates become effective

June 30

New postage rates become effective Sunday, June 30, and customers may choose from a variety of new and exciting commemorative 37 cent stamps.

The “American Photography” stamp honors some of the country’s most important and influential photographers with a chronological sampling of the art form. These black and white pictures provide a visual history of photography in the United States and illustrate the changes in American culture and

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Area students perform in dance recital

Students from Meri’s Dance Studio of Cameron

Students from Meri’s Dance Studio of Cameron presented their 27th annual show, “Burnin’ Up The Stage” on June 22 at the Cameron High School auditorium. Over 120 students from ages three to 18 participated in 35 dance numbers and gymnastic routines.

Local students who performed in the show are: Maggie Alden, Sharon Alsbury, Zoe Alsbury, Megan Antle, Jessica Barlow, Paige Blythe, Torri Blythe,

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Amy Woodruff presents senior remarks at UAF

during graduation exercises at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Pictured is Amy Woodruff, daughter of Kay and Frank Woodruff of Gallatin, as she presented the Senior Remarks during graduation exercises at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks on May 12. Amy graduated Cum Laude earning a BA in journalism-news-editorials.

The speech, titled “7 Ups of Life,” touched on personal traits one can use to become a success in life. Amy was selected to

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Youth injured in blowout on Hwy. 69

Tyson Martin, 17, Gallatin, received moderate injuries

Tyson Martin, 17, Gallatin, received moderate injuries in a one-vehicle accident in Daviess County Thursday, June 20, according to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

The accident occurred at about 6:18 p.m. as Mr. Tyson was northbound on Hwy. 69 about four miles north of Pattonsburg. He lost control when a rear tire blew on the 1980 Chevy truck he was driving.

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