This donation is in memory of
An Open House will be held at the Daviess County Library from 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 24. A new area has been created in the library through a donation from Kathy Hamilton, her husband Charles Meade, and their children, Elizabeth and Brendan Meade.
This donation is in memory of
Two Winston FCCLA members, Gillian Heldenbrand and Delilah Gadd, attended the FCCLA State Conference in Columbia March 30-April 1. Gillian Heldenbrand attended as Winston’s chapter voting delegate. She had competed the previous two years in FCCLA Knowledge, bringing home a gold and silver medal. Delilah Gadd went to state to participate in FCCLA Star Events in the category of FCCLA Knowledge. Delilah earned a silver medal. It was Delilah’s first
The Gallatin R-5 Band was one of only two Grand River Conference schools to receive 1 ratings during State Band Festival held on April 3-4 in Maryville on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University. The other school receiving a 1 rating was South Harrison. The Gallatin R-5 band has maintained a 1 rating every year since 2005 — 10 consecutive 1 ratings a row.
Class 3-5A schools competed on
Daviess County Nursing and Rehab, located west of Gallatin, held its Fifth Annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 11. Gallatin elementary school brought pre-schoolers through fourth graders. Winston elementary brought kindergartners through second graders. About 300 children searched for Easter eggs, little Debbie snacks, McDonald toys, coupons from Wendy’s, Subway and Sonic, books and candy. The Gallatin Police Department started the hunt with the sound of the siren. Pictured are
Pattonsburg City Council meeting nights were changed from Wednesday nights to Monday nights at the March 12 meeting of the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen.
Those in Attendance were Mayor: Gene Walker; and board members: Lonnie Luke, Kendra Comer, and Sandra Woodring. Robert Sweiger was absent. Also present were city employees Karen Shepherd and Jason Mercer.
Next meeting is Monday, April 14.
For the second year in a row, the Winston Academic Team placed second at the District Academic Meet held in Polo. Morgan Farrell and Clint Alexander were named to the District Academic Team.
Final HDC Conference Academic Varsity Team Standings: 1st – East Harrison 9-0; 2nd – North Daviess 6-3; 2nd – Pattonsburg 6-3; 2nd – Winston 6-3; 5th – Newtown-Harris 5-4; 6th – North Harrison 4-5; 6th – Tri-County
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education and healthy foods to help families make healthy choices. The WIC food package includes fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy and whole grains. The food package helps combat food insecurity and contributes to healthy diets, which help aid in reducing obesity and chronic diseases.
Research has shown breastfeeding provides numerous health benefits to both the mother and baby, helping to reduce healthcare cost.
Altamont named Nolan Stitt as a new member to the sewer board during the April 7 meeting of the Altamont-Winston Sewer Board.
Melvin McFee reported that the KAW Fire Department is coming out to blow out the crossover pipes so the cells can be equalized. Otherwise things are working fine.
The board reviewed the check report showing all deposits and checks written since the previous meeting, the updated CD status
The Winston R-6 Band received a satisfactory (three) rating at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Northwest District Music Festival held on April 4 at Holt. Songs featured for the Large Group Band Contest were “Path of Destiny” by Sean O’Loughlin, “December Sky” by Erik Morales, and “Welcome” by Henry Fillmore.
In Class 1 competition one school received a one rating, eight schools received a two rating, 11
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