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Lady Bulldog softball team recognized at half time


The 2006 Gallatin Lady Bulldog softball team was honored Friday night during Homecoming half time ceremonies. The squad finished 12-2, co-GRC and district champions.

Coaches and team members shown are (maiden names): Coach Denise Ray, Coach Jeremy Hobbs, Jennifer Guffey, Dennelle Rhoades, Ashley Owens, Samantha Mott, Lacey Dixon, Shelby Chadwick, Carly Boyd, Nicole Everman and Courtney Ray.

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Big blaze sparks Bulldog spirit rally


A large supportive crowd gathered around the bonfire in the GHS parking lot following the crowning of Homecoming royalty on the football field. Thursday’s rally kicked off 2016 Homecoming festivities leading up to Gallatin’s 21-6 victory over the Princeton Tigers.

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12 from Gallatin FFA received chapter degrees


Twelve Members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter travelled to Chillicothe on Sept. 21 to participate in the Area II FFA Chapter Degree Ceremony. Over 150 Chapter Degree recipients from the 21 Area II schools participated. The Chapter FFA Degree is the highest degree that can be earned at the chapter level. To earn this degree, students must have a satisfactory Supervised Agriculture Experiences (SAE) project, demonstrate leadership skills, and be

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Sami Boyd and Jarod Rains reign over GHS Homecoming


Highlighting Thursday night’s pep rally at Gallatin High School was the crowning of 2016 Homecoming Royalty. Senior student council candidates Sami Boyd and Jarod Rains reigned over the weekend’s festivities, which included Friday’s parade and football game against Princeton.


This year’s Homecoming court included, from left, Austin Hunt, Courtney Smith, Rian Critten, Aubrey Feiden, Adrian Hernandez, Sarabeth Michael, Queen Sami Boyd, King Jarod Rains, Madalyn Shubert, Ross Critten, Jerilyn Hoover,

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Active shooter training at Gallatin R-5

police-active-shooterOn September 16th Chief Richards and Detective Vaughn conducted A.L.I.C.E. Training for the staff at Gallatin School District. This training is available through the Gallatin Police Department to any business, school or church who wishes to have the training to better handle an active shooter type situation. Contact Chief Richards at the Gallatin Police Department for more information.

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Winston lease certificates of participation available to investors

The Board of Education of the Winston R-6 School District has instructed its Underwriter, L.J. Hart & Company of St. Louis, to make the $4,100,000 Lease Certificates of Participation available to local individual and institutional investors.

“We appreciate the strong vote of confidence we received from local patrons at the election and want the certificates to be available to them,” stated David Neth, President of the Board of Education.


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Pattonsburg homecoming set Oct. 6-7

Pattonsburg High School is gearing up for homecoming. All are invited to participate in the festivities!

On Thursday, Oct. 6, there will be a “Battle of the Classes” to determine which class is the strongest and mightiest.

On Friday, Oct. 7, the parade is scheduled at 1:30 p.m.  Politicians, organizations, and businesses are encouraged to participate. Lineup will be at 12:30.

The football game is at 7 p.m. Friday, against

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Gallatin Bulldog Pride marching band


On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Bulldog Pride Marching Band competed at Carrollton Band Day in Indoor Color Guard, Parade Street Marching, and Drumline. The Band competed in their class 2A rank, placing third in Parade Street Marching and first  in Drumline competition. Congratulations to Gallatin Bulldog Pride Marching Band for showing our Bulldog spirit, and putting forth effort. On Oct. 8, the Band will be competing at Fayette, and on

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Fruit sales at North Daviess

by Ira Johnson, Chapter Reporter

The North Daviess FFA Chapter has been selling their annual fruit, meat, and cookie dough products. The sales continue on until October 7. If you have not yet been contacted and would like to make a purchase, please contact a North Daviess FFA member or the agriculture department at (660) 828-4123. RayAnn Armstrong is the agricultural education teacher and FFA advisor at North Daviess.

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