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Gallatin FCCLA collects $640 for March of Dimes

The Gallatin FCCLA Chapter collected money Saturday, April 17, at the 4-way stop in Gallatin.

Every day in the U.S., 1,305 babies are born prematurely and 411 babies are born with birth defects. For 66 years, March of Dimes cutting edge research and innovative programs have saved millions of babies from death or disability.

The Gallatin FCCLA Chapter collected money Saturday, April 17, at the 4-way stop in Gallatin. The

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Cameron King wins second place in writing contest

Cameron King was chosen as a second place award winner the St. Joseph New-Press “Express Your Opinion” writing contest

Cameron King, a Gallatin R-5 seventh grader, was recently chosen as a second place award winner the St. Joseph New-Press “Express Your Opinion” writing contest for the middle school division.

Cameron will receive a $50 savings bond for his efforts. His teacher for the contest was Nancy Garnett. Printed below is

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Bike-A-Thon set for May 8

On Saturday, May 8, the students at Covel D. Searcy Elementary will participate in a bike-a-thon for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

On Saturday, May 8, the students at Covel D. Searcy Elementary will participate in a bike-a-thon for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Registration will begin at 12:45 in the high school commons and riding time will be from 1-3 p.m.

St. Jude children’s Research Hospital is

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Independence woman injured in accident

An Independence woman received minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident on I-35

An Independence woman received minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident on I-35 about one mile north of Winston in Daviess County, according to a report by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

The accident occurred at about 2:50 p.m. on April 23, as Megan Pence was southbound on I-35. Her vehicle drifted off the west side of the highway, struck

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FFA Elects New Chapter Officers- Spring Banquet on the Way!

On April 20, 2004. Nine new officers were elected to serve the Pattonsburg FFA Chapter for the 2004-2005 school year.

By: Elisa Bowman and Katelyn Hulet

On April 20, 2004. Nine new officers were elected to serve the Pattonsburg FFA Chapter for the 2004-2005 school year. Candidates filled out applications and gave an interview to a panel of judges. At the evening’s end nine members were new officers.

The new

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Sprague included in Who’s Who

Trisha Leanne Sprague has been selected for inclusion in the 2003-2004 High School Edition of Who’s Who In Sports

Trisha Leanne Sprague, a sophomore at Gallatin High School, has been selected for inclusion in the 2003-2004 High School Edition of Who’s Who In Sports, a national publication that honors outstanding achievement in high school athletics.

Inclusion in Who’s Who In Sports is a significant honor. Less than one half of

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Holley receives memorial award from MBCA

woman who served as co-chairperson of the first Missouri Basketball Coaches Association (MBCA) Hall of Fame Induction.

Larry Holley, men’s basketball coach at William Jewell College, has received the Carrie Francke Memorial Award

Larry Holley, men’s basketball coach at William Jewell College, has received the Carrie Francke Memorial Award, given in honor of the

Carrie died in an automobile accident shortly after the induction ceremonies. She was a curator at

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Gallatin golfers hold their own at Cameron Tourney, Burge stays hot

Gallatin parlayed a team effort into a sixth place finish in competition featuring 14 schools–many twice or thrice the size of Gallatin.

Gallatin may have been the smallest school competing in Friday’s Cameron Golf Tournament, but the Bulldogs didn’t act like it. Gallatin parlayed a team effort into a sixth place finish in competition featuring 14 schools–many twice or thrice the size of Gallatin.

“I felt like sixth as a

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Wood sets new GJH record, boys and girls both 2nd

Gallatin’s Junior High track teams each finished second in competition at the Braymer Jr. High Relays on April 16.

Gallatin’s Junior High track teams each finished second in competition at the Braymer Jr. High Relays on April 16. Highlighting the boys’ effort was Stephen Wood’s new school record in the 800-meter run.

Last week’s Southwest Livingston Relays was canceled due to rain but will be rescheduled in May. Following are

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