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Searcy elementary 4th quarter honor roll list

Searcy Elementary at Gallatin recently announced its fourth quarter honor roll for 2006-2007 for fourth through sixth grades.

Students are eligible for the “A” Honor Roll if they earn no lower than an A- in each academic area. Students are eligible for the “B” Honor Roll if they earn no lower than a B- in each academic area.
Fourth grade – “A” honor roll: Macon Allen, Maria Bickford, Jacob Boyd,

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NCMC fall registration

New student registration for fall classes opens by appointment after June 8 for students planning to attend North Central Missouri College. 

Students who have not yet completed their NCMC application may contact the Admissions Office at 359-3948, extension 410. Accepted students may make a class registration appointment by calling the Staff Assistant at extension 418. A walk-in registration, with no appointments necessary, will be held on July 13 from 10

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Maggie Strange powers Trojanettes in Memorial Day tourney

The Trojanettes 16 and under went 4-3 at the Memorial Day Tournament in Basehor, Kan.

Gallatin’s Maggie Strange swung a hot bat for the Trojanettes over the course of the day. Following a 4-0 loss to KC Diamonds, the local team edged Havoc, 5-3, with Strange providing a single to the offensive attack. A 10-4 victory over Boonville Blast featured four hits by Strange, including three doubles.

She also singled

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Free safety training for commercial drivers

The Missouri Department of Transportation offers free training seminars to help commercial motor vehicle drivers understand what they need to know about state and federal safety regulations. 

A class will be held on Saturday, July 21, at the Pony Express Museum at 914 Penn Street in St. Joseph or the District 3, Missouri Department of Transportation office in Hannibal from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations, please contact Motor

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Spring banquet puts wraps on 2006-07 GHS sports endeavors

Over 60 spring athletes earned the spotlight at last Tuesday night’s Spring Sports Recognition Night at Gallatin High School.

Chris Elbert introduced junior varsity and varsity golfers. The Bulldog junior varsity fielded a highly competitive team that finished 6-3 in meets and second in the conference jayvee tournament. Eleven of the 17 GHS golf team members were either freshmen or sophomores.

The varsity golf team finished 9-6 overall and second

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Hazmat training

To help truck drivers comply with state and federal laws, the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Motor Carrier Services Division offers seminars on commercial vehicle safety regulations and federal hazardous materials rules. 

 Locally the seminar will be held on Thursday, July 19, at the Pony Express Museum in St. Joseph located at 914 Penn.  Sessions run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For reservations, please contact Motor Carrier Services toll free

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“Call for action” — get your activities on the DCHD website

by Kristie Smith, RN, Daviess County Health Department

With the nice weather we’ve been having, it has been a good time to get out and get active. But, let’s face it we do a better job of getting out and doing something if we do it with others.
I know there are groups out there that get together on a regular basis to walk, play volleyball, etc. But, only a

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Thursday Leo Rice and Vickie from Ontario, Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. West, Bethany, visited J. T. and Loretta Newby. Friday Loretta, Valerie and Emryk went to Forsyth to attend Loretta’s 50th year alumni banquet. They also visited relatives while there. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teel and grandsons visited the Newby’s Sunday.
Angie Crowder and children Jared and Jenna came Friday visiting

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Contractor Awareness Program set for June 14

The Pipeline Group’s annual “Public Education – Contractor Awareness Program” will be held at 6:30 p m. on Thursday, June 14 at the Bethany Community Center, 105 N. 25th Street, in Bethany, Missouri.

The program will be sponsored by a group of companies with a common goal of preventing accidents and damages to underground pipelines and utilities.
A free dinner will be catered by Big Boy’s BBQ & Catering for

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