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Searcy 4-6th grade honor rolls

Searcy Elementary recently announced its third quarter honor roll, ending March 7.

Searcy Elementary recently announced its third quarter honor roll, ending March 7. Students on the 4th grade “A” Honor Roll: Breanne Brammer, Brad Berten, Ashley Boggess, John Corwin, Dakota Goll, Melissa King, Dylan Leeper, Myrick McLey, Cali Welch.

4th Grade “B” Honor Roll: Bailey Bozarth, Tahler Cameron, Brandon Curtis, Logan Henderson, Rebecca Mott, Danielle Ness, Deborah Perez, Keagan

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Winston announces high school and elementary honor rolls

Winston R-6 recently announced its third quarter honor roll.

Winston R-6 recently announced its third quarter honor roll. “A” Honor Roll: 12th – Stephanie Caldwell, Frankie Baldwin, Grace Carlton, Jade Simecek; 11th – Cassie Barker, Darcy Kumm, Ryan VanWye, Erin Ward, Tyler Curtis, Carl Asher; 10th – Jackie Lee, Brett Uthe; 9th – Megan Cramer, Derek King, Kenny Lee, Jody Michael; 8th – Justin Moody; 7th -Johnna Stephen, Courtney Lang.

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Three receive II ratings

Becky Macy, Jamie Lunsford and Alicia McKee

Becky Macy, Jamie Lunsford and Alicia McKee received II ratings on their piano solos at District Piano Contest held Saturday, March 22, at NWMSU campus in Maryville.

New FCCLA officers elected

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Gallatin third quarter honor rolls reported

Gallatin R-5 High School recently announced its third quarter honor rolls.

Gallatin R-5 High School recently announced its third quarter honor rolls.

Students on the Principal’s Honor Roll with a grade point average of 4 to 4.1 are

12th – Roxanne Davitt:

11th – Samantha Bridgeman, Keira Story;

9th – Katherine Jarboe, Katie Patton, Hattie Rains;

7th – Kirsten Bowe.

Students on the “A” Honor Roll with a GPA of

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Food service loses money, court date changed, twice as many patrons favor corporal punishment

North Daviess Superintendent Julie Kirby presented a program evaluation on the school’s food service during the regular meeting of the R-3 Board of Education held March 17.

North Daviess Superintendent Julie Kirby presented a program evaluation on the school’s food service during the regular meeting of the R-3 Board of Education held March 17. The program provided 16,962 lunches and 8,517 breakfasts. The food service department lost $16,479.17 during the

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Dr. Story and fourth graders get to the heart of the matter

Dr. Eugene and Mary Jane Story visited fourth graders at Gallatin to discuss the circulatory system and the heart.

Dr. Eugene and Mary Jane Story visited fourth graders at Gallatin to discuss the circulatory system and the heart. Dr. Story explained the parts of the heart, their functions, as well as showing the students examples of a calf’s heart.

Mary Jane assisted Dr. Story during his presentation. Students were excited

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Easter Egg Hunt set for April 12

The Gallatin Park Board voted for the Easter Egg Hunt to be held April 12 at the park during their regular meeting held March 18.

The Gallatin Park Board voted for the Easter Egg Hunt to be held April 12 at the park during their regular meeting held March 18. The park board will provide the candy with Damon Hennen in charge of the event.

David McLey gave the treasurer’s

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Irma M. Griffin celebrates 90th birthday

Irma M. Griffin will soon celebrate her 90th birthday on April 5.

Irma M. Griffin will soon celebrate her 90th birthday on April 5. Irma was born in Daviess County in 1913. She was a school teacher for 31 years, teaching in Jameson, Gilman City and Trenton schools.

As a homemaker, she raised two sons, John and Bob. Her sons and their families will honor her with an open house

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Gallatin Clubs

Gallatin Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution; Knee-Hi 4-H Club

Gallatin Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met March 12 at the home of Nancy Terry with nine members present. Regent Jeannie Carpenter led the opening ritual and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. President General’s message was read by Beverly Ward followed by National Defense Report. Jeannie Carpenter and Lucille Bruce were to attend State Conference in Jefferson City

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