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Gallatin Youth Wrestlers compete at Chillicothe and Mid Buchanan

The Gallatin Youth Wrestling Club competed at the YMCA Rebel Wrestling tournament in Chillicothe on Feb. 12th. Fourteen wrestlers competed for Gallatin with a very strong showing. Matt Schieber and Levi Michener won individual championships in their respective brackets, and everyone else put in a strong showing. The following results were accomplished by the wrestlers:

6 and Under: Brylee Bowles 3rd; 8 and Under: Bradley Rhoades 2nd; 10 and Under:

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Bulldog wrestlers shut out of state medal round

Gallatin Bulldog wrestlers combined to win three of nine matches over the weekend in the MSHSAA Class 1 Championships, but came away from the event without any hardware.

Senior Adam Strein finished 2-2 in the 275-pound weight class and was just one victory away from a medal when he lost to Lathrop’s Steven Russell by a narrow 3-2 decision. Russell went on to finish fifth in the heavyweight division.


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Jamie Brinnen wins MSHSAA essay contest

For the past six years, Gallatin Junior High students have participated in the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Middle Level Sportsmanship Essay Contest. This year’s subject was, “What Should Schools Do To Promote Sportsmanship.” A local winner was chosen from all junior high entries and submitted to a panel of Northwest Missouri District judges.

Gallatin High School is proud to announce that Jamie Brinnen has been selected as the

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Defense rules as Eagles top Bulldogs, 37-27

LeBlond’s boys used a smothering half-court trap to hold Gallatin to its lowest scoring output of the season, and claim a 37-27 win at GHS on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs, now 14-9, look to end the regular season on a winning note this Friday at Lathrop.

The Eagles’ dogged Gallatin efforts to kick start their offense all night long by putting intense pressure out front on Bulldog guards as they

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LeBlond girls rally to win, 51-46, in overtime

LeBlond’s Lady Eagles made up a nine-point deficit with three minutes to play in regulation, then outscored Gallatin 9-4 in overtime to capture a non-conference victory Tuesday night in the final regular season home game of the season.

Gallatin led, 39-30, when reserve freshman Echo Hellerich nailed three-pointers on back-to-back LB possessions to cut the gap to three points. Trisha Sprague hit both ends of a double shot bonus to

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Daviess County Spelling Bee Winners

Seventh grader Rachel Hopkins of Pattonsburg R-2 received first place at the Daviess County Spelling Bee held Wednesday, Feb. 16, at Searcy Elementary. Seventh grader Becky Millholland of Gallatin R-5 received second place, and sixth grader Grant Hartley of North Daviess R-3 received third place. Forty students were invited, two each from grades five through eight, from the five county schools. Thirty-five competed in the bee.

By the third round

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Area college students graduate, on dean’s list

MU graduate

The University of Missouri-Columbia Fall Semester 2004 Graduation List includes Joseph Hubbard of Gallatin, B.S., agribusiness management.

Marquette University releases Fall Dean’s List

Jessica Marie Ehly of Jamesport has been named to the Dean’s List by achieving a 3.5 GPA or higher in the fall semester of 2004 at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is pursuing a career with an Undergraduate Degree. Jessica Ehly, a senior, is

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R-3 board considers staff reignation, incentives for MAP performance

The North Daviess R-3 Board of Education accepted the resignation of Sam Karns, effective immediately after returning from an executive session of their regular meeting held Monday, Feb. 14. The board approved a separation agreement for Mr. Karns.

Superintendent Todd Willhoit said Mr. Karns was a science teacher at the school and that he resigned the second week of February.

The financial statement was presented by Charlotte Claussen. Bills were

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DAR recognizes students for essays, good citizen awards, music awards

The Gallatin Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution held its annual “President’s Tea” on Wednesday, Feb. 9, in the Fellowship Hall of the Gallatin First Baptist Church.

Beverly Ward welcomed the large group of teachers, counselors, parents, grandparents, friends and the honored guests, which were the American History Essay winners, Good Citizens and the Music Award winner.

Lucille Bruce gave the invocation followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the

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