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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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Blasts from the Past

Oct. 6, 2004

Gallatin claimed a share of its first ever GRC softball title with an 11-0 victory over King City on Tuesday. Brittney Hixson and Katie Jarboe each scored twice and drove in three runs in the contest. Lacey Dixon made short work of the Lady Wildkats by striking out eight while allowing only one hit.

Kathy Walker, a senior at Gallatin High School, won first place in the

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Five from Winston Attend FFA Degree Ceremony

Five Winston sophomores attended the Area 2 FFA Association Chapter Degree Ceremony on Sept. 17, where they met National FFA Officer Wes Davis. They were Gillian Heldenbrand, Lane Fortner, Saxton Pliley, Dalton Youtsey, and Elizabeth O’Dell. Area 2 Officer Georgia Caldwell of Winston had the opportunity to listen to the national officer, as well as view a slide show of the area’s chapter degree recipients. The chapter degree is the

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Gallatin Band Performs at Carrollton

Ready for CMU

The Gallatin Marching Bulldogs earned fifth place at the annual Carrollton Band Day Music Festival while performing “Iron Man” for their featured piece. The Gallatin Flag Corps placed third for their “Love Runs Out” performance. Finally, the drum line earned second place while performing their “The Good, The Bad and the Bulldogs” show. “The band is motivated and is currently preparing for the next big marching event

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Gallatin FFA Members Receive Degree Pins

Twelve members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter attended the Area II FFA Association Chapter Degree ceremony in Cameron on Sept. 17. This event recognized FFA members starting their second year of membership in the FFA Organization and presented them with their Chapter Degree pin. Featured speaker was Wesley Davis, Eastern Region National FFA Officer. Tannah Terry, Gallatin FFA president and Area II secretary, was also in attendance.

FFA members attending

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Pattonsburg’s First Homecoming … Since 1982!

Pattonsburg’s first homecoming since 1982 will only be the beginning of a very busy weekend for the town.

Following the homecoming festivities on Oct. 2-3, an all-school reunion is planned for Saturday, Oct. 4 at McCorkle’s Pub in Cameron, followed by the Pattonsburg Car Show on Sunday, Oct. 5. Additional events planned by the Pattonsburg Makes It Happen committee for Pattonsburg’s 20th Anniversary Celebration include a Wild Bill Elliott

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German Exchange Student Returns for Visit

Bettina Wissmann from Pforzheim, Germany, an exchange student during the 1998-99 school year returned to Gallatin to visit friends this past week. Bettina stayed with the Bradley and Batson families during her GHS year. Bettina works now in human resources in a savings bank in Pforzheim called “Sparkasse.” Bettina lives in her own apartment. She enjoys sports and traveling. She returned one time before in 2007 as a guest at

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GHS 35th Class Reunion Centers on Homecoming

The 35th Class Reunion for Gallatin High School graduates from 1978, 1979 and 1980 centered on the GHS homecoming parade and football game. Classmates also got a tour of Covel D. Searcy Elementary School by Barbara Wilson and Toni Weaver Cox, as well as a tour of the Daviess County Courthouse by Carl Carder. A reunion dinner was held at Cycles. Classmate Mark Gay’s band, Dammit Jim, entertained at Southside.

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