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Winston spaghetti dinner

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Winston Elementary Talent Show and Spaghetti Dinner is at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 27.

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North Daviess offers teacher contract, approves co-op

Tina Grainer was offered a teacher contract for 5th-6th grade for next school year during the meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education held April 17.

In other business, a baseball co-op sponsorship with Tri-County at Jamesport was approved for 2017-2018 fall and spring.

Mowing bids from Bob Woolsley at $180 per mowing

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Peyton Jones jumps to victory in rescheduled Warrior Relays

Pattonsburg’s Peyton Jones turned in the highlights for area track athletes last Thursday by winning both long jump and triple jump competitions at the Albany Warrior Relays, previously postponed from April 3.

Jones claimed the long jump with a distance of 20’1” and took the triple jump event with a leap of 40’7 ½”. Pattonsburg’s

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Special Olympics Spring Games coming to Savannah

The Special Olympics Missouri North Area Track and Field Meet will bring more than 150 athletes from across northern Missouri to Savannah. This area-wide event takes place this Saturday, April 29, at Savannah Middle School.

Opening ceremonies will begin at 9 a.m. on the track and consist of entertainment provided by dance teams, Special Olympics

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Trenton Middle School Relays held April 18

Trenton Middle School Relays were held on April 18.

GJH Boys (11th)

High jump: Gabe Green, 6th, 4-8

Pole vault: Mac Steele, 7th, 7-0; Gage Wright, 7th, 7-0

Long jump: Burke Dalton, 14th, 13-6.5; Haven Gibson, 23rd, 11-6

Discus: Wright, 5th, 111-10; Jonathon Carter, 11th, 92-04

Shot put: Carder, 10th, 30-0; Carson

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Travis Girratono Relays held at Albany

The Travis Girratono Relays were held at Albany on April 22.

Girls 1600m: Megan Cottrell, Gilman City, 5th, 6:31.37

Girls 300m hurdles: Brittani Adams, Pattonsburg, 6th, 59.53

Girls 800m run: Cottrell, Gilman City, 2nd, 2:53.26

Girls Javelin: Adams, Pattonsburg, 6th, 72-06

Girls Triple Jump: Hailey Burrows, Gilman City, 6th, 28-08

Boys 110m hurdles: Trevor Ireland,

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Gallatin approves staff for summer school

Gallatin R-5 Schools will hold summer school 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from May 24 to June 27, and a number of incentives are offered to encourage students to take this year’s ‘Summer Journey.’

Students attending can earn a Visa gift card for excellent attendance: $100 for perfect attendance; $75 for less than one day

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Honestly, these students show the trait

The March character trait word of the month was “Honesty.” Honored for possessing this character trait at Pattonsburg were, front row, 2nd grade: Ian Albert; Kindergarten, Colton Crone; back row: 4th grade: Cole Anderson; 5th grade: Zarek Rice; 3rd grade Adriene Mendenhall; and Havok Sweiger, 1st grade.

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Teachers, staff at R-6 receive pay raise

Work continues on the new Winston school.

The Winston R-6 Board of Education approved the 2017-2018 Certified Salary Schedule by increasing the base starting teacher salary by $850 to $30,000 during their meeting held April 13. The board also approved a 3% raise to all noncertified staff and certified staff members that are not

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Winston Ag Mechanics competes at state

Pictured left to right are Drew Neth, Logan Caldwell, and Jacob Hullinger.

The Winston FFA Ag Mechanics Team has qualified for state competition at Columbia. The Winston team along with FFA members from across the state will meet in Columbia, April 20-21, at the 89th Missouri FFA Convention to honor fellow members for outstanding

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Winston musicians advance to state

Winston Band members are pictured, left to right, front row, Instructor Zach Keller, Hannah Hullinger, Ross Nelson, Tarryn Smith, Thomas Kile, Shelby Mason, Reagan Harrison, Mollie Meek, Sam Hunt, Asher Vaughn, Emma Heldenbrand, Tanleigh Sheetz, Jordan Hoppenthaler; back row, Kathryn Barnes, Taylor Smith, Gabe Riddle, Emmett Riddle, Ashley Noel, Austin Rhoades, Steven Youtsey, Delilah

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Challenge Class aims for the stars

Challenge Class members are pictured, left to right, front row, Reid Hemry, Pryce Johnson, Sullivan Bird; back row, Elijah Lawinger, Judson Dalton, Makenna Bottcher, Hayden Jeffers, Bryce Brogan. Not Pictured: Betty Rogers and Gabe Hacking.

Challenge Class Family Night was held on April 11 at Searcy Elementary School. Kim Brammer’s gifted education class, which

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Trenton Invitational

GHS Girls

Long jump: Bailey, 12th, 12-7.5; Becerra, 19th, 11-2.5

Discus: Coulson, 9th, 80-06

Shot put: Coulson, 16th, 27-04; Aubrey Burns, 24th, 23-00

Javelin: Coulson, 12th, 61-02; Macie McNeely, 16th, 53-10.5

100m dash: Stanley, 14th, 14.87

4×200: Maize, Williamson, Becerra, Stanley, 9th, 2:05.13

1600m run: Lowe, 7th, 6:55.75

4×100: Maize,

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Tiger Relays

April 18 @ Worth County

GHS Boys

Shot put: Graydee Rains, 5th, 38-6.5

Discus: Rains, 5th, 109-10; Briar Marriott, 18th, 84-05

Triple jump: Aidan Adkison, 9th, 34-3.5; Jerold Waters, 10th, 34-.25

Long jump: Caleb Boyd, 15th, 16-2.5

Pole vault: Tanner Johnson, 2nd, 16-06

Javelin: Rains, 6th, 110-03; Cole McBee, 12th, 97-10

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GHS golfers extend win streak with Cameron Tournament title

Gallatin’s unbeaten golf team defeated nine other large schools last Wednesday in capturing the championship of the Cameron Tournament. Varsity team members are, from left, Wyatt Bird, Jett Simmons, Haden Bradford, Gabe Cole and Logan Burns.

These Dogs can run with the big ones.

Gallatin golfers flexed their muscles against larger schools last Wednesday

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NCMC class will help fill need for sports officials

The state of Missouri is facing a current shortage of sports officials; fewer individuals are entering the profession as more and more officials are retiring. As this need becomes greater, high schools, colleges and universities will soon face a shortage to cover their athletic events.

Beginning this fall of 2017, North Central Missouri College in

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Great day for a walk in the park with pets

Several Gallatin students held an impromptu National Pet Day walk at Dockery Park on Tuesday afternoon, April 11. It was a great spring day for students and pets to get out and about, enjoying some fresh air. Pictured left to right are, front row, Briar and “Pike” Roll, Abigail, “Annie”, and McKay Marble, Taylor and

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Successful Round Up for Family Literacy Night at Searcy

Door prize winners are pictured, left to right, front row, Preslie Mowre, Jameson Berry, Michael Hendricks, Maggie Tucker, Silas Trunk, Grant Hacking, Brooklyn Hiley, Sha’niah Keo, Addison Smith; back row, Grace Hardin, Leah Critten, Kyre Terhune, Jackson Berry, Danika Mowre, Pryce Johnson, Tye Dowell, Mason Lynch, Jonas Pettit, Lucas Tolle, Jacob Flanders.

Family Literacy

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GHS announces honor roll

Gallatin High School recently announced its third quarter honor roll.

Freshmen

A – Aidan Adkison, Keegan Allen, Shanelle Bates, Aubrey Burns, Jordan France, Drayton Harris, Jessica Hart, Gloria Hernandez, Macie McNeely, Annie Nelson, Drew Prindle, Madalyn Shubert, Jennifer Teel.

B – Gavynn Abbink, Haden Bradford, Dylan Burns, Landon Corwin, Ross Critten, Thomas Crouse, Mikaela Dickinson,

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Wayne wins 2-mile run, Johnson chalks up personal best pole vault

Dakota Martin won his heat in the 100-meter dash

Gallatin came home from Cameron’s Crossroads Relays on Tuesday with a pair of first place finishes from Tanner Johnson and Ayden Wayne.

Johnson, in winning the pole vault event, reached a personal best 13’1”. Wayne captured the 3200-meter run in 11:00.43.

Tuesday’s event also featured

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Gallatin Bulldog Pride Band receives exemplary rating

The Gallatin Bulldog Pride Band attended the State Music Festival at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, where they received an overall exemplary 1 rating in a prepared concert and sight reading. They performed the songs “Ave Maria” by Franz Bieble and “Critical Mass” by Todd Stalter. The band will be performing this program at

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Bulldog golfers turn back first challenge of the season at Marceline

It took over two weeks for Gallatin’s defending state champion golf team to face its first challenge of the season…but face it the Bulldogs did.

The Bulldogs finished first last Friday at Marceline’s four-team tournament, beating the host Tigers by five strokes, 159 to 164. Marceline came in as one of the best Class 1

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Graydee Rains selected for the Missouri Agribusiness Academy

Graydee Rains of Gallatin was one of 30 high school sophomores recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Missouri Agribusiness Academy (MAbA). Graydee and the other students selected will spend the first week of June in the Kansas City area learning about many of the unique opportunities available in agriculture.

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Graydee Rains named to Scholar Bowl All-Tournament Team

Gallatin High School sophomore Graydee Rains has been named to the Grand River Conference Scholar Bowl All-Tournament Team.

Rains was named to the all-tournament second team and was one of 16 students receiving all-tournament status.

Also earning scholar bowl honors were: First Team – Aidan Clark, Sr., Trenton; Trey Maddaleno, Jr., Putnam County; Tyler Davis,

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New flag to be flown at GHS football games

BTC Bank has donated a flag featuring of the school mascot Bulldog to Gallatin R-5 School. The flag will be flown during football season on the east side of the athletic field to help boost school pride. Shown from left are students Taylor Rardon, Sami Boyd (who helped design the flag), and Tanner Johnson. Shown

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