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19 GHS Students Attend National Leadership Conference

Gallatin FBLA sent 19 students to compete in the National Leadership Conference held in Nashville, Tenn. More than 10,000 of America’s best and brightest youth traveled to the historic city of Nashville to make some history of their own as they showcased their talents as future business leaders and vied for the opportunity to win over $165,000 in cash awards.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL), the largest

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Everly on School of Pharmacy Dean’s List

Kathryn Everly, Gallatin High School graduate, has been included on the School of Pharmacy Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must be enrolled full-time for 12 hours or more and receive a term grade point average of 3.5 or above for the semester noted. Kathryn has a 4.0 GPA.

The School of Pharmacy is on the campus of the University of

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Blasts from the Past

July 7, 2004

Jarrod Hammond, Gallatin, son of Robert and Kerry Hammond, received the John W. Boatwright Scholarship given to students majoring in economics. Jarrod is a first-year Oxbridge institutions and policy major at William Jewell College.

Korean War veterans honored at the Fifth Annual Pattonsburg Block Party were Marvin Brown, Carl Crone, Tome Lambert, Donald Miles, Hall Robertson, James Vaughn, Kenneth Yost and Marilyn Mosby, for her late husband,

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Warford on Residential Life Staff at CMU

Courtney Warford, a junior education major from Pattonsburg, is a member of the 2014-15 residential staff at Central Methodist University per Salum Stutzer, CMU assistant dean of student development.

The role of the residential life staff, which includes a hall director and at least one assistant on each floor of all residence halls, is to insure that students have a successful and positive experience in the halls.

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Winston Cures Gym Floor, Sells Lockers

The Winston R-6 Board of Education was updated on building improvement and summer projects during their meeting held June 16. The gym floor has been leveled and will have to cure for the next several weeks before the wood floor can be installed. The board approved paying the FCA $500 for their work in removing the floor. Classroom floors are being refinished and carpets are being cleaned. The board declared

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Rodriguez, Burge Complete Degrees

Chanel Rodriguez and Alexandra Burge, daughters of Nanette and Timothy Burge of Jamesport, recently completed their graduate degrees.

Alexandra

Alexandra earned a master’s of business administration from Northwest Missouri State University on December 17, 2013. While at NWMSU Alexandra was chosen to work under the provost and president of the university as well as accepted into the graduate assistantship program. This allowed her to be involved with recruiting for Northwest.

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Gallatin School Accepts Bids for Installation, Asphalt

A bid was accepted during the June 19 meeting of the Gallatin Board of Education from Jamesport Builders in the amount of $14,180 for insulation for the elementary school. In addition, a bid of $4,608 was also approved by M &W Electric for light installation.

A bid of $38,457 that was previously presented for asphalt application from Larry Griffin of Trenton was reviewed as well. This will finish the project

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Blasts from the Past

June 30, 2004

Gallatin students graduating from the winter/spring semester at the University of Missouri-Columbia are: Courtney Houghton, bachelor of journalism, advertising; Andrea Lynn Lockridge, juris doctor, law; and Neal Steward, B. S. in business administration, finance and banking.

Keira Story, daughter of Eugene and Mary Jane Story, was named the 2004 Daviess County Fair Queen. First runner-up was Wendy Claibourne of Winston and second runner-up was Felicia Nelson of

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Upward Bound Provides Help to College-Bound

by Samuel Joseph Hamilton

Good grades, exceptional test scores, community service hours, a spectacular essay and an impeccable resume are all essential when applying to a college or university. With admission into post-secondary institutions becoming more competitive, high school graduates from rural areas are finding it more difficult to gain admission to the college of their choice. Small, tight-knit communities are a wonderful place to grow up, but schools in

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