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GHS boys look for another district title; girls clash anticipated

The fact that there are no state ranked teams in the Class 2, District 16 boys bracket says that this tournament is probably up for grabs.

The fact that there are no state ranked teams in the Class 2, District 16 boys bracket says that this tournament is probably up for grabs. Gallatin, 17-5, is the #1 seed and defending champ but the Bulldogs have split decisions in their last

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Two Jamesport students join Upward Bound

Fifteen area high school students, including Kristi Kramer and Jeremiah Leonard of Tri-County R-7, have been added to the Upward Bound Program

Fifteen area high school students, including Kristi Kramer and Jeremiah Leonard of Tri-County R-7, have been added to the Upward Bound Program at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

Upward Bound is designed for high school students to generate skills and motivation that are necessary for success in

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Cameron King wins district competition with sportsmanship essay

The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Sportsmanship Essay contest was won locally by Cameron King

The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Sportsmanship Essay contest is held every year for seventh and eighth grade students. The 2003-2004 essay topic was “Things I Wish Adults Knew About Sportsmanship.”

The contest was won locally by Cameron King, a seventh grader at Gallatin High School. Cameron is the son of

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Twenty-nine FCCLA members compete at Region 2 STAR Events

Twenty-nine students from the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Chapter at Gallatin High School spent Feb. 9 competing in the Region 2 STAR Events

Twenty-nine students from the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Chapter at Gallatin High School spent Feb. 9 competing in the Region 2 STAR Events at the First Baptist Church in Trenton. STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) are competitive events in

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Daviess County Spelling Bee Winners

Brianna Weber of North Daviess R-3 correctly spelled conscience to win the Daviess County Spelling Bee

When the competition narrowed from 35 students to just two, eighth grader Brianna Weber of North Daviess R-3 correctly spelled conscience to win the Daviess County Spelling Bee held at Winston R-6 elementary school on Monday, Feb. 23. Brianna is the daughter of Michael and Janellda Weber.

Abbey Ray, sixth grader at Gallatin R-5,

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Gilman students learn commodity trading

Gilman City sophomores and juniors recently learned the tricks of commodity trading at the Kansas City Board of Trade

“BUY…KC WHEAT…[email protected]…” Sound like gibberish? Not to Gilman City sophomores and juniors who recently learned the tricks of commodity trading at the Kansas City Board of Trade. Pictured left to right: front row; Krystal Huff, Kelly Strain, and Felicia Clutter; middle row: Daniel Dennert, Heath Oram, Jarett Webb, Zac Johnson, Sawyer

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Gallatin Clubs

Lake Viking Homemakers Club

Lake Viking Homemakers Club met on Feb.12 in the lower level of the clubhouse. Hostesses were Marion Larrison and Shirley Leaky who decorated in a Valentine motif. The hostesses furnished meat, bread and drinks. The rest of the members brought a covered-dish. The meeting was opened by Joyce Becerra, secretary. Devotion was given by Joy Wilstead with a quiz on presidents and a story, “Where There

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Light goose conservation order again

Missouri snow goose hunters continue to do their part to protect hundreds of square miles of fragile arctic habitat

OUTDOORS, Rod Green, MDC O&E Division

Missouri snow goose hunters continue to do their part to protect hundreds of square miles of fragile arctic habitat from permanent destruction. Starting in February 1999, an annual implementation of a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service authorized Conservation Order (CO) has resulted in the desired

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LeBlond sweeps Gallatin teams in final games

Leblond made the last varsity games to be played in their 33-year-old gymnasium memorable last night by sweeping Gallatin in boys and girls sets.

Leblond made the last varsity games to be played in their 33-year-old gymnasium memorable last night by sweeping Gallatin in boys and girls sets. LeBlond’s girls pushed a 7-point halftime lead into a 39-22 victory while the Golden Eagle boys powered to a 52-40 decision.

Leblond’s

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