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Lavene Hefley 1932-2009

Funeral services for Lavene Hefley were held Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009, at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Family visitation will be from 6–8 p.m. Friday evening at the funeral home, where friends may call after 11 a.m. Burial will be at Hillcrest Cemetery near Gallatin. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jameson Christian Church, in care of the funeral home.

S. Lavene Hefley, 77, Jameson, died Wednesday, Oct. 28,

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Commentary by Sports Editor Dennis Cox: GRC membership remains complicated, and driven by football interests

Season Pass … by Dennis Cox, Sports Editor

Tarkio’s decision to play eight-man football, beginning in 2010, wasn’t an easy one for many reasons, and wasn’t a unanimous decision (two dissenting votes) by the Tarkio school board.

Tarkio, a Grand River Conference football member since 1992, has seen declining enrollment numbers over the past several seasons, and that has directly affected the Indians’ ability to compete in the conference. Tarkio

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2009 Football: Gallatin’s shot at playoffs takes crippling hit with 12-0 loss to Wolverines

The Gallatin Bulldogs head into this week’s game against Hamilton as huge underdogs, but their playoff chances remain within the realm of possibility.

Maysville’s 12-0 victory over Gallatin sets up a complicated chain of events that must unfold if the Bulldogs are to make the Class 1 post season.

Gallatin can still win the district with a victory over Hamilton, even if Maysville beats Polo, but if would depend on

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Parent-teacher conferences held at North Daviess R-3

Parent-teacher conferences were scheduled at North Daviess R-3 for Oct. 22, according to minutes from the regular meeting of the Board of Education held Oct. 13. No school is scheduled on Oct. 23.

The financial statement was presented by Mrs. Morris. Bills were paid as presented.

Mrs. Morris informed the board that the MSIP review date has changed from the original date of March 16, 2010, to Jan. 27, 2010.

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Winston R-6 homework helper program is a big success

During their regular meeting held Oct. 15, The Winston R-6 Board of Education heard that the new after school homework helper program is a big success with 20-25 students in regular attendance.

Bills were reviewed and approved.

The additions to the substitute list were approved.

Superintendent Brian Robinson reported that he, and David Neth, board president, and Scot Wilkerson, board member, attended the Board President’s Workshop, sponsored by M.A.R.E. in

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Chi-Rho Youth Group collecting canned goods at game

The Chi-Rho Youth Group will be collecting canned good items at the football game in Gallatin on Thursday night, Oct. 29. The youth group will be collecting non-perishable canned good food items at both entrances to the football game. Please support the Bulldogs and the Chi-Rho Youth Group by bringing a non-perishable food item with you to the game.

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Gallatin FFA students attend convention in Indianapolis

On Oct. 21, 12 of the Gallatin FFA members, and students from Jamesport, Hamilton, Pattonsburg, and Maysville, headed to Indianapolis, Ind., for the 2009 National FFA Convention, where more than 55,000 FFA members from all over the country were expected to be attending.

When they arrived on Wednesday afternoon, they attended to the opening session, where the national officers opened the 82nd National FFA Convention. The keynote speaker for

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Four from GHS make All-District Choir

Four students from Gallatin High School made the cut for All-District Choir. The students are pictured, left to right, Tyler Avriette, Terrill Wood, Michael Youd and Alex Richards. The choir performed at Platte County High School on Oct. 24, under the direction of Marilyn Rhea. There were 120 students performing from the district.

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Gallatin lists students on first quarter honor roll for 2009-10

Gallatin R-5 High School recently announced its first quarter honor roll.

Students on the principal’s honor roll with a 4.0 grade point average were: 7th grade: Kylie Collins, Sara Lin, Rachel Rogers; 9th grade: Derrick Lin; 10th grade: Matin Burge; 11th grade: Dylan Leeper, Cali Welch; 12th grade: Carly Boyd, Colton Selby.

A Honor Roll (3.99-3.66) —

7th grade: Macon Allen, Maria Bickford, Jacob Boyd, Dane Brammer, Gabrielle Gibson, Ariel

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