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New flag to be flown at GHS football games

BTC Bank has donated a flag featuring of the school mascot Bulldog to Gallatin R-5 School. The flag will be flown during football season on the east side of the athletic field to help boost school pride. Shown from left are students Taylor Rardon, Sami Boyd (who helped design the flag), and Tanner Johnson. Shown at right of the flag are Jesse Bird, BTC’s Albany Branch President; Dr. Bryan Copple,

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Pattonsburg Science Olympiad team returns with medal

Jillian Plymell and Quincy Crone

Five junior high students from Pattonsburg earned the right to advance from regionals and compete in the State Science Olympiad at Westminster College in Fulton on April 8. Students attending competed in the following events: Road Scholar (Kaden Hodge and Cooper Teel), Rocks and Minerals (Ryelin Hulet and Jillian Plymell) and Write It/Do It (Quincy Crone and Jillian Plymell). Competition was strong, but the students

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2016-17 All HDC Honorees

First Team Girls

Bailey Owens              Sr.        Mercer

Nicole Kost                 Sr.        Mercer

Lindsay Wyatt            Sr.        Mercer

Hailey Burrows           Sr.        Gilman City

Payton Craig               Jr.        North Harrison

Second Team Girls

Jandie Peterson           Fr.        Grundy County

Brandy Rivet              Jr.        North Harrison

Natayla Selby              So.       East Harrison

Lauryn Waddle           So.       East Harrison

Sophie Pliley               So.       Winston

Honorable Mention Girls

Megan Cottrell            Jr.        Gilman City

Matana Munday          Sr.        Grundy County

Krissi Cox                   Sr.        North Harrison

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Pattonsburg hires all teachers on the list

Work continues on the new addition to the Pattonsburg school.

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education hired all tenured teachers, non-tenured teachers, and part-time certified employees on the list provided them during their meeting held March 20. A motion carried (4-3) to offer a contract to Cody Jenkins, physical education teacher. Resignations were accepted from Kristen Etherton, counselor, and Jon Sullivan, high school English teacher.

High School Principal Hodge and

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Winston students listed on honor roll

Winston High School recently announced its third quarter honor rolls.

A Honor Roll

Seniors: Gillian Heldenbrand, Monica Whitaker, Ashley Gadberry, Dalton Youtsey, Craig Lewis, Josie McFee, Riley Christensen.

Juniors: Ashley Noel, Chandler Asher.

Sophomores: Connor Christensen, Jacob Lewis, Shelby Mason, Elijah Vaughn, Emily Perry, Steven Youtsey, Thomas Gadd, Brooke Heldenbrand, Ross Nelson, Merynda Schussler, Carson Meek.

Freshmen: Holly Caldwell, Gabriel Riddle.

8th Grade: Marshall Farrell, Mollie Meek, Jakub Hisel, Teagan

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In victory, Johnson twice approaches career best pole vault mark

Despite rain and gloomy weather conditions, Gallatin track athletes were able to start the season on schedule with three meets in the span of four days.

Topping the list of place finishers for the Bulldogs was Tanner Johnson, who immediately found the winning formula in the pole vault at the March 28 North Platte Invitational. Johnson, who qualified for last year’s state meet in Jefferson City, also vaulted 12’6” last

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Rain messes with Bulldog golfers’ winning ways

So far, Gallatin golfers are batting .500 for the 2017 season. Not in wins, but in the number of meets they have actually been able to get in around suddenly frequent rain showers.

The Bulldogs hit the links last Thursday at Bethany and that meet was sandwiched between rain outs on Wednesday and again on Monday. GHS golfers hope to get back into action Thursday as part of a foursome

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Gallatin musicians compete at district, advance to state

Gallatin High School had 32 participants in the District Solo and Ensemble Music Festival held at Central High School in St. Joseph on April 1, 2017.

The following students earned an Exemplary One-Rating and will be advancing to state for solos: Emily Condie, trumpet; Maelea Coulson, flute; Taylor Harper, flute; Sarabeth Michael, flute, Jade Wayne, clarinet, Jacob Wilson, trumpet; vocal solos — Emily Andersen, Blythe Hunter, Destiny Owings, Meredith Riley,

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Gallatin FBLA places 32 in Top 10 and advance 18 to Nationals in Anaheim!

Forty-five Gallatin FBLA members joined nearly 5,000 students from across the state in Springfield, Missouri for the Missouri FBLA State Leadership Conference April 1-4.  The students’ main focus was competitive events where they could earn the right to compete at the National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, California.  Events range from Accounting I to Website Design, with Economics, Public Speaking, and Social Media mixed in between.  Overall, FBLA is

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