This year’s Daviess County Spelling Bee will be hosted by Pattonsburg R-2 at 4 p.m. today (Wednesday, Feb. 8.) Two students from each grade per school are invited to the bee, along with an alternate. Spelling
by Dr. Bryan Copple
Gallatin R-5 Superintendent
With the 100th day of school just passing us by, I believe it is important to look back before we look ahead. The 2016-17 school year is flying by and it is hard to believe in only three months graduation will be upon us. We have had a great school year and look forward to a terrific spring.
We were very lucky to
The Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri will award up to nine continuing education scholarships to residents of their nine county service area. Applicants for the $750 scholarship should be, or plan to be, full-time students residing within one of the following Missouri counties: Caldwell, Daviess, Grundy, Harrison, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Putnam, or Sullivan and who live in an income-qualified household per federal CSBG poverty guidelines.
Applicants should be
Daviess County 4-H members representing the Knee-Hi and Brushy Squirrels 4-H Clubs attended the Northwest Regional Energizer on Feb. 4 at the Cameron Veterans Middle School. The Northwest Region includes 19 Missouri counties and over 400 youth, parents, and presenters were in attendance. The day included activities for all family members to learn new skills, strengthen 4-H leadership, discover new ideas, and have fun with 4-H friends. Libby Endicott was
Alexandra Thompson, from Breckenridge, is one of 286 individuals who graduated from Central Methodist University in December of 2016.
Graduates included students from CMU’s main campus in Fayette, extended locations, and online programs.
Thompson earned a Bachelor of Science in Child Development degree through CMU’s Online Program.
Central Methodist University student Miranda Weigand, from Weatherby, graduate of Winston High School, will perform in a recital at CMU, which will be held Sunday, Feb. 12, at 4 p.m. in the Willie Mae Kountz Recital Hall on the Fayette campus. There is no admission charge.
The event will showcase piano students from the studios of Dr. Barb Berwin, professor of music, and Dr. Melissa Simons, assistant professor of music.
Each semester, students at Missouri State University in Springfield, including Macon J. Allen of Gallatin, who attain academic excellence are named to the dean’s list.
For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours during the fall semester and at least a 3.50 grade point average (on a 4.00 scale).
Winston Junior High and High School recently announced its second quarter honor roll.
A Honor Roll
Seniors: Gillian Heldenbrand, Monica Whitaker, Ashley Gadberry, Dalton Youtsey, Craig Lewis, Josie McFee, Riley Christensen; Juniors: Ashley Noel, Taylor Smith; Sophomores: Connor Christensen, Jacob Lewis, Shelby Mason, Emmett Riddle, Elijah Vaughn, Emily Perry, Steven Youtsey, Thomas Gadd, Brooke Heldenbrand, Ross Nelson, Merynda Schussler; Freshmen: Holly Caldwell, Gabriel Riddle; 8th Grade: Marshall Farrell, Mollie Meek,
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