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Students travel to the capitol

State Rep. J. Eggleston, left, met recently with educator Jayla Smith of Tri-County R-7 School at Jamesport, and students Chloe Simmons and Hayley Michael of Gallatin R-5 High School during Career Tech Education Day. While visiting at the state capitol, those from Daviess County discussed continued educational funding for programs such as FFA, FBLA and FCCLA with Rep. Eggleston who represents District 2 in the Missouri House. [Submitted photo]

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Lin graduates from MU

The Office of the Registrar at the University of Missouri has announced the names of students on the graduation list, including Derrick Charles Lin of Gallatin, Bachelor of Journalism, Journalism-BJ, with an emphasis in strategic communication, Magna Cum Laude.

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Winston homecoming royalty crowned

Winston homecoming royalty crowned Winston’s 2017 homecoming king and queen senior Austin Rhoades and senior Josie McFee.

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Getting the word out  … spelling bee winners announced

The Daviess County Spelling Bee was held Feb. 8 in Pattonsburg. Winners are pictured from left: Joelee Lewis, alternate – 7th grader at Tri-County, daughter of Aaron and Chrystal Lewis; Johnathan Carder, second place – 8th grader at Gallatin Middle School, son of Bill and Grace Carder; Braden Lee, first place – 6th Grader at Winston, son of Brooke and Chris Lee. The first and second place winners will advance

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Gallatin chapter observes FFA Week

National FFA Week is Feb. 18-25. The theme is “Transform Purpose to Action.” The Gallatin chapter has some special activities planned.

On Sunday, the chapter will attend First Christian Church in full official dress. Monday is Teacher Appreciation Day and breakfast will be served to all faculty and staff. It’s also T-Shirt Day.

Tuesday is “drive your tractor to school” or “wear a tractor related item to school” day. On

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FBLA team makes free enterprise presentation to eighth grade

On Feb. 3, 2017, the Gallatin FBLA American Enterprise Team made a presentation to Mr. Beenken’s eighth grade class about the free enterprise system. The focus of the presentation was on jobs and careers in America and the ability for individuals to choose their own paths. They presented a PowerPoint to the students and explained the importance of planning for the future now. Students need to select classes to prepare

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Taylor Swalley elected as SMSTA State Officer

Taylor Swalley from Gallatin has been nominated to serve as a state officer on the Student Missouri State Teachers Association (SMSTA) Board. Taylor is currently a student at North Central Missouri College pursuing her Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree and plans to continue her education to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.

“Statewide SMSTA officers set the agenda for the meeting of all SMSTA members in Missouri.

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Pattonsburg students learn to be fair

At Pattonsburg R-2 the character word of the month for January was “fairness.” Students were selected for displaying this trait by their respective classroom teachers, including, left to right, front row, kindergarten Cheyanne Timbs; first grade Patrick Hartman; back row, second grade Caden McCrary; fourth grade Drayson McCrary; third grade Gavin Humphrey; and fifth grade Zarek Rice.

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Farmers’ Electric sponsors 54th Annual Essay Contest

Sophomores and juniors from area high schools have the opportunity to win all-expense paid trips this summer. Members of the junior class will be competing to win one of two trips to Washington D.C. Three sophomores will win trips to the Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience (C.Y.C.L.E.) in Jefferson City. Youth Tour will be held June 9-15, while the C.Y.C.L.E. program will be July 12-14.

The essay contest is

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