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Winston R-6 board hears updates on programs, policies

Superintendent Lisa Yost updated the Winston R-6 Board of Education on the following during their regular meeting held Sept. 18: cook and substitute bus driver applications; transportation of student; tornado and bus evacuation drills; repairs on bus; concrete steps; inservice training on crisis plan, AED, and KCPT.

The board discussed combining bank accounts. No action was taken.

An update was given on the school’s lice policy and it was approved.

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Gallatin R-5 hires sixth grade teacher, plugs into EpeGS

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education hired Cheryl Bonderer for the position of sixth grade teacher during their regular meeting held Sept. 18.

Another teacher was needed for the large number of students in the sixth grade, which has now been split into three classrooms.

Bills in the amount of $325,591 were approved for payment. The board went over the ledger report. The budget was amended to allow for the

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Gallatin Class of 1983 holds reunion

The Gallatin High School Class of 1983 held a reunion on Aug. 30, at Cycles.

They had a meal and looked at pictures in yearbooks and photo albums. Those present are pictured, left to right, front row, Mike Rogers (previous class member), Steve Toney, Robert Terry, Kyle McBroom, Eric Holt and Kenny Boyer; back row, Kim (Terry) Ness, Anne (Foley) Rauth, Carla (Bradley) Wood, Tracy (Wood) Michael, Candy (Walton) Hughes,

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President George W. Bush proclaims Sept. 17-23 as Constitution Week

The White House issued a proclamation from the President of the United States of America to celebrate Constitution Week 2008. The tradition of celebrating the Constitution was started many years ago by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

In 1955, the Daughters petitioned Congress to set aside Sept. 17-23 annually to be dedicated for the observance of Constitution Week. The resolution was later adopted by the U.S. Congress and

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Pattonsburg FFA Chapter receives national ranking

by Rhiannon Riley

The National FFA Organization recently selected from a pool of more than 600 candidates nationwide giving the Pattonsburg R-II FFA Chapter a 2 Star ranking in the National FFA Chapter Award program.

The chapter members have been invited to attend the 81st National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 22-25, where they will be recognized for this honor.

The award program is sponsored by Toyota as

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North Daviess may receive technology grant; district makes AYP goals

Superintendent Becky Morris reported to the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education on an E-rate grant that the school has applied for.

At this time it looks as if the district could be awarded $30,000. This funding would go for technology and phones for the district. The grant was applied for by Julie Kirby, administrative assistant. Ms. Morris also reported that the vocational program will receive $1,225 from the career

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Pattonsburg Clubs – Tree Climbers

Tree Climbers plan to be open on Thursday evenings for anyone needing help writing their family history.

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Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center

Calendar and Menus

Card and domino games are every Friday evening. Light refreshment start at 6 p.m. and games start around 6:45 p.m.

Pies and workers and needed for the weekend of Oct. 4-5.

Menus Sept. 29-Oct. 3

Monday: meatloaf, parsley potatoes, spinach, juice, pudding; Tuesday: ham, sweet potatoes, coleslaw, brownies; Wednesday: Polish sausage, kraut, beets, fruit; Thursday: pork, potatoes and gravy, vegetable blend, hot rolls, fruit gelatin; Friday: chicken,

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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Donald Breeze, Hamilton, visited Letha Shipers.

Glennetta Taylor and Carrie Lockridge, Independence, visited Letha Shipers Thursday and took her out to lunch. They also stopped by Leanna Thompson and visited with her.

Baptist Church ladies made their monthly visit to the Lake Viking Health Care Center on Tuesday. Those taking the homemade cookies for the residents were Mildred Huff and Loretta Newby.

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