KC Wolf was introduced as the “missing” groomsman at the reception, to the surprise of the bride and groom. This sparked several minutes of the Chiefs chant at the reception before the meal could begin.
Megan is a 2007 graduate
J.D. and Erma Lee of Gallatin are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married June 9, 1956, at the Baptist Church in Gallatin. The couple has two children Karen Lee and Linda Jessmer; three grandchildren, Dakota, Matthew and Anna; and one great-grandson, Ayden, with another great grandchild on the way. Friends are invited to join in a cake reception from 12:30-2 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, at Cameron Train
Final announcement of 2016 concert series
The final concert of the 2016 Missouri State Fair Pepsi Grandstand series was announced today by Fair Director Mark Wolfe. Country artist Brett Eldredge will take the stage with opener Belles and Whistles on Friday, Aug. 12.
“Country acts like Brett Eldredge are important to the Fair’s large agriculture public,” Wolfe said. “This year’s concert series offers a strong country line-up, in addition to
Barbara and Wayne Uthe of Altamont will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. They were married June 6, 1976, at Winston Methodist Church. The couple has three children, Megan (Phil) Barnard, Nathan Uthe, and Brett (Rebecca) Uthe. They have two grandchildren, Lillie and Caleb Barnard. Barbara works at Cameron Insurance Company and Wayne owns Uthe Construction. Cards may be sent to 24681 US Hwy. 69, Altamont, Mo., 64620.
The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University has announced the names of students named to the Academic or President’s Honor Roll at the end of the 2016 spring trimester, including:
Gallatin, Academic, Melinda M Hess; Gilman City, Academic, Ryan D Burrows, and President, Mitchell F Ragan; Jamesport, Academic, Nanette Burge, and President, Gary L Eads; Jamesport, Academic, Joshua M Jeffries; Pattonsburg, Academic, Dillon R Lowrey; Winston, Academic,
Aubrey Nelson from Gallatin, a sophomore at North Central Missouri College, participates in PBL (the collegiate division of FBLA) where she recently placed at the state competition and will advance to nationals.
“My favorite thing so far at NCMC has been the PBL competition, working with other students and seeing our hard work advance to nationals,” said Aubrey.
Aubrey is also involved in FCA, lives in the resident hall and
Over 300 student athletes at Central Methodist University lettered in their sport during the 2015-16 year, including Molly Mott, a sophomore elementary education major from Altamont, who lettered in spirit squad, and Kelly Warford, a sophomore pre-athletic training major from Pattonsburg, who lettered in spirit squad.
Lettering reflects the athlete’s dedication and contributions to the team throughout the season.
Benedictine College has recognized those students who have distinguished themselves academically during the last semester. Jacob Boyd of Gallatin was recently named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester, which ended in May.
Any full time student carrying a minimum of 12 hours and a perfect 4.0 grade point average through the spring term is named to the President’s list. Full time students with 12 hours and a grade
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