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Local Students Inducted into Honor Society

Twelve students at North Central Missouri College in Trenton were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa during ceremonies held at NCMC recently. Phi Theta Kappa, the official honor society for students at two-year colleges, is the largest honor society in higher education. Ronna Owens (Laredo), president of the local chapter known as Etu Mu, presided over the ceremony with the assistance of Sara Miles (Leonard), Vice President of Leadership and Service,

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Gallatin Hires Elementary Activities Director

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education voted to authorize the administration to find and hire an elementary activities director, who will hire coaches and set activities and schedules for the program. The administration is to report back in November with names of persons considered for the position.

A thank you note from the jr. high softball team was read as the only item of public comment.

Parent/teacher conferences for the

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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 20, 2004

Whitney Boyd shot a round of 40 on the back nine Tuesday to finish 15th in the individual competition of the 2004 MSHSAA Class 1 Golf Championships. Whitney is a three-year state qualifier.

Chase Cornett, Pattonsburg High School 2002 graduate, was crowned Homecoming King on Sept. 29 at Northwest Missouri State University. His parents are Ronnie and Pam Cornett of Pattonsburg.

Oct. 19, 1994

Gallatin’s high

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WGU Awards Scholarship to NCMC Graduate

Western Governors University (WGU) Missouri has awarded North Central Missouri College graduate Tina Granier, of Coffey, a Class of 2014 Scholarship as part of a partnership between the two institutions to provide affordable higher education to Missourians. The scholarship is valued at $2,000. The partnership also offers a 5% discount on WGU Missouri’s tuition of $6,000 per year to all graduates of NCMC.

WGU awards scholarship to NCMC graduate Pictured

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North Daviess Goes Mad for Science

North Daviess held Fall Family Fun Night on Oct. 14 in the gymnasium. The theme was “Mad Measurements in Science.” The event began with an interactive chemical reaction station where students learned first about the safety needed when working with chemicals.

Three chemical reactions were set up for the students. The first was called the bubbling raisins where carbonated pop was mixed with raisins and they floated and sank depending

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Bulldogs Work It Out, Flags Take First

The Gallatin Bulldog Pride Marching Band placed fourth in the Central Methodist University Band Day Festival in Fayette last Saturday. The Gallatin Flag Corps placed first in street auxiliary and second in the color guard competition with their routine to “Love Runs Out” choreographed by coach Amy Hobbs. The Gallatin Drumline placed third in the competition to their routine “The Good, The Bad and The Bulldogs.”

The Gallatin Bulldog Pride

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A+ Program May Not Be Fully Funded

Brent Burke, A+ counselor at Gallatin R-5 High School, along with the approximate 120 high school students who have signed up for the A+ program, can do little more than wait for the Missouri Department of Higher Education to assess the magnitude of a funding shortfall.

The A+ program gives high school graduates who meet necessary criteria money for two years of classes at community college. The program began in

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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 13, 2004

Andi Lockridge and Annie Gibson, both 1997 graduates of Gallatin High School, were sworn in Oct. 8 at the Missouri State Supreme Court Building in Jefferson City. Andi graduated from the University of Missouri Law School in May. Annie graduated in May from the UMKC Law School.

Grand River Conference softball tri-champion Gallatin landed four players on the league’s all-star list selected by coaches. Senior catcher Kelsie

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Looking Sharp: Winston Trap Shooters Take Top Scores Again

Once again, members of the Winston FFA Chapter did exceptionally well at the October Trapshoot. Pictured left to right are Stephen Wilkerson, Drew Neth, Aaron Piburn, and Zane Snow.

They traveled to Trenton on Oct. 11, 2014, to show their sharp shooting skills. As repeated from the September shoot, Aaron and Stephen went into a shoot off for the top score of the day with the final results showing Aaron

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