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Pattonsburg News

by Lavena Lowrey

Saturday, April 18, Tim and Mandy Bohling and Sam Quinn, Dallas Lowrey, Kris and Elizabeth Lowrey, Travis and Dillion Lowrey visited Stan and Jennie Lowrey. Saturday, April 25, Nick Newby and friend Tracy, Darin and Tom Newby and Dallas Lowrey visited Stan and Jennie Lowrey.

Sunday afternoon David Hibbs visited Donna Hibbs.

Clarnita Vought, Stover, visited Beverly Mason Wednesday through Saturday. On Friday, Dorlene Power, Gentry, also

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James Stephenson

A graveside service for James Stephenson was held April 27 at Sunny Slope Cemetery in Richmond. The family suggests memorials to the James Stephenson Memorial Fund in care of Polley Funeral Home.

James Bryon Stephenson, 39, Gallatin, died April 22, 2009, at the Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton.

Mr. Stephenson was born on July 11, 1969, in Clay County, the son of James Edwin and Marvalene Elizabeth (Seek) Cates. He

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Gallatin FBLA places in top 10 at state, nine will go on to nationals

The Gallatin chapter of FBLA had 24 students attend the 50th Annual Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Columbia April 19-21.

Gallatin members placing in the top 10 in competitive events are: Truett Ray- 9th place-Introduction to Technology Concepts, Cali Welch-7th place-Word Processing I, Phillip Arnold-6th place- Mr. FBL, Cameron King-5th place-Spreadsheet Applications, and Courtney Ray-4th place-Business Calculations.

Members qualifying for the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim,

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Vipers take 2nd at Golden Glove tourney

The Northwest Vipers 8 & Under machine pitch baseball team started off their 2009 campaign with a 2nd place finish at the Golden Glove Tournament held April 25 & 26 in Liberty, MO.

The Vipers started off the tournament with a 16-3 victory over Millhouse of Kansas City. Tanner Sears of Higginsville, MO, led the Vipers’ offense with three hits in the game. He was followed by Eli Dowis

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GHS FFA attends state convention; banquet set for May 4

On April 17-18 the Gallatin FFA Chapter attended the 81st annual State Convention.

FFA members who attended were Kelly Critten, Kyle Croy, Lee Deutschman, Derrick Sprague, Andrew Pierce, Jacob Gienapp, Robert Rhoades, Maggie Strange, Megan Chadwick, Kaddie Mott, Kelsey McLaughlin, Hillaree Barlow, Bryce Carder, Kegan Merritt, Shelby Chadwick, Casey Alden, Ryan Chadwick, Hunter Prentice, John Lollar, Nicole Middaugh, Breanne Brammer, Myrick McLey, Kristin Critten, and Ashley Huffman.

Kristen Critten and

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Academic Team advances to state, a first for GHS

The Gallatin High School Academic Team has had a very successful season. The team won district and sectional competition to advance to state competition on May 8 at the University of Missouri in Columbia.

Those that will be competing are Cameron King, Ethan Walton, Monica Hanson, Michael Youd, and Dillon Axton. Cameron was voted unanimous All-Conference First Team, and Phillip Arnold was voted to the All Conference Second Team. At

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HDC News

Students named academic all-district …

Grant Hartley (North Daviess) and Chase Conover and Travis Lowrey (Pattonsburg) were named to the all-district academic team for Class 1 District 14. Both North Daviess and Pattonsburg advanced to the district semifinals.

Rinehart sets school records …

HDC Conference track set for May 5 …

The final conference event of the year, the HDC Conference Track and Field Championships will be held Tuesday, May

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Cpl. Gardner promoted, started at Gallatin

Captain Duane L. Robinson, commanding officer of Troop H in St. Joseph, announces a promotion.

Zone 5 encompasses Andrew and Buchanan counties. Prior to his promotion, Gardner had been assigned to the Patrol’s commercial vehicle enforcement team in Troop H. He began his career with the Patrol in 1998 at Gallatin. In 2003 he transferred to Zone 5 in St. Joseph and remained there until his CVET assignment in 2008.

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U.S. Department of Commerce invests $51,000 to create jobs, strengthen economy in Trenton, region

The U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) recently announced a $51,000 investment to the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission of Trenton, to continue a comprehensive economic development planning program.

"The Economic Development Administration is pleased to partner with Green Hills Regional Planning Commission to improve the regional economic climate," said Sandra R. Walters, EDA Chief Financial Officer/Chief Administrative Officer. "This EDA grant will continue an economic development planning program

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