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McLey Awarded Rank of Eagle Scout

Micheal McLey, 16, of Gallatin Boy Scout Troop 67, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a court of honor Sunday. Micheal has been active in scouts for 10 years, having begun as a Tiger Cub at age six and later earning the Arrow of Light, the highest award in cub scouting.

In attaining the rank of Eagle, he earned 38 merit badges, as well as several special awards,

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Gallatin FFA Chapter Holds 70th Annual Parent-Member Banquet

The Gallatin FFA Chapter held its 70th Annual Parent Member banquet on May 7 in the high school gymnasium with 140 members, parents and guests attending. The banquet recognized the achievements and accomplishments of the over 60 chapter members.

The highlight of the evening was the award of the Supporter of the Year. This award recognizes a community member and leader that shows support and dedication to the continuing growth

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Area Students Named to Honors Lists at NCMC

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has named full-time students with outstanding academic achievements to the Academic Honors Lists for the 2015 spring semester, including Tyler Lupfer of McFall, Vincent Sturgeon of Gallatin and Mikayla Vanderpool of Kidder on the Dean’s List with a grade point average of at least 3.5, and Kylie Cameron of Gallatin, Kylie Crone of Pattonsburg, Kristin McIntosh of Altamont and Grace Von Opitz of Gallatin

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Macon Allen Awarded Scholarship

Missouri State University recently awarded scholarships to incoming students for the 2015-16 academic year, including Macon J Allen of Gallatin for Board of Governors Scholarship. The students were selected from those who applied based on their ACT (American College Test) scores, GPA, standing in graduating class and leadership shown in community and school activities.

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Cameron Regional Awards Scholarships

Officials at Cameron Regional Medical Center have announced the results of the organization’s scholarship program for 2015, which included a scholarship to Ariel M. Harper of Gallatin, representing Daviess County.

CRMC also awarded scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 to the following 2015 graduating seniors: Clinton County: Amanda S. Gannon, Lathrop, Paige C. Burns, Lathrop, Lorna M. Pierson, Plattsburg, Kylea R. Hainey, Cameron, Sydnie R. Whitaker, Cameron, Ashley E. Wills,

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Reece Graduates from CMU

Central Methodist University has announced its graduating Class of 2015, including Tyler Reece of Winston, who received a Master of Education. Over 750 students were recognized during commencement exercises in Fayette, Park Hills, Sedalia, and St. Louis. CMU graduates include students from its main campus in Fayette, branch sites across the state, or from its online programs.

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Golf and Track Stars at GHS Spring Sports Banquet

Grand River Conference golf and boys’ track championships were the buzz of last Wednesday night’s Spring Sports Awards Banquet held in the Gallatin R-5 gymnasium.

Coaches recognized athletes in boys’ golf, girls’ and boys’ track and field prior to state competitions in both sports. Retiring Athletic Director Rick Lin presided over his final awards banquet.

Head Golf Coach Barron Gann reviewed the season to date. The varsity team finished undefeated

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Winston School Seeks Input Through Survey

If you have not turned in your Community Input Survey to the Winston R-6 School District, please do so as soon as possible. Your input is needed and is valuable to the future of the school, according to Superintendent Brian Robinson.

The Winston R-6 School District is trying to gather the community’s insights and thoughts about the current needs of the school district in the areas of facilities and technology.

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Two Students Make up North Daviess Graduating Class

Corey Moore and Joey Loftin are the only two graduating seniors in the Class of 2015 from North Daviess High School.

Corey, with his close-cropped hair, athletic build, and stern features might strike you as the athletic type. While Joey, with his wavy hair, glasses, and trim frame might strike you as the studious type.

Corey Moore

Both of these young men would put an abrupt halt to such stereotypical

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