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Gallatin School Board Approves Financing for New School

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education approved financing for the new middle school building project during their regular meeting held July 16. The total financing amount selected was $790,000 with a repayment period of 15 years.

The board’s decision followed a lease certificate of participation public hearing held prior to the regular meeting. Superintendent Bryan Copple explained the purpose of the hearing and that a new middle school was the

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Winston School Starts Aug. 18

Winston R-6 announced the following upcoming summer events: July 20: PTO meeting at 6 p.m.; Aug. 3: Fall Sports practices begin; Aug. 5: All Grades Student Registration 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Aug. 12-14: Staff In-service; Aug. 13: All School Open House 6-7 p.m., students bring supplies to classrooms; Aug. 13: Battle of the classes following Open House; Aug. 17: School Board Meeting; Aug. 18: First Day of School.

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Brammer Awarded Three Scholarships from MU

Dane Brammer of Gallatin has been awarded the Elyzabeth Schell Scholarship, the Nancy Brady Kratchman, and the Chancellor’s Award from the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Brammer, a freshman majoring in Agricultural Economics, is the son of Dennis and Kim Brammer.

The Elyzabeth Schell Scholarship was established in 1981 by the estate of Elyzabeth Schell. The Schells were in the

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Gallatin FCCLA Teams Earn Top Gold

At National Leadership Conference

Gallatin FCCLA students represented their school and community very well with two teams earning the top gold awards for their region during Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference, held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. July 4-9. Gallatin was among 8,000 students attending the conference.

Gallatin students’ results are as follows: Interpersonal Communications, Jr: Zoe Bradford, Addi

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Gallatin FBLA Places 4 in Top 10 at Nationals in Chicago

Gallatin FBLA sent 21 students to compete in the National Leadership Conference held in Chicago, Ill., and four earned national recognition — Aubrey Burns, Jaylee Baker, and Madison Rounkles placed 6th in the nation in Business Financial Plan. The team was recognized on stage and also presented $100 along with their trophies for their achievement. The team, with the assistance of Maria Bickford, compiled a 15 page report outlining their

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North Daviess Readies for Next School Year

New P.E. teacher hired

Superintendent Terry Mayfield gave a report on the school facilities during the meeting of the North Daviess Board of Education held July 13.

Roth Environmental will be at the school July 21 to conduct an asbestos inspection, which is required every three years. The total cost for the inspection is around $1,350. The school has been in touch with Riley Plumbing to start work in about

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Jodie Carpenter Graduates from Samford

Jodie L. Carpenter of Breckenridge graduated from Samford University during recent commencement exercises. Carpenter earned a Master of Science in Nursing from Ida B. Moffett School of Nursing.

Samford University is Alabama’s top-ranked private university and provides nationally-recognized academic programs rooted in its historic Christian mission. U.S. News & World Report ranks Samford third among regional universities in the south, and the university is widely acknowledged as a leader in

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Groundbreaking Ceremony for Gallatin R-5 Middle School

Construction of the new middle school at Gallatin R-5 Schools became official last Friday, July 3, with a groundbreaking ceremony on the school campus. Following opening remarks by incoming R-5 Superintendent Dr. Bryan Copple, school board members fanned out to handle shovels with various other project officials.

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Shown from left, are R-5 Middle School Principal Tiffany Otto; outgoing R-5 Supt. Dennis Croy; school board members Dr. Bill

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Seven Students Benefit from Burrows Scholarship

This past May, the Nicholas Henson Burrows Scholarship was given out for the last time in Gilman City. This was the 17th year for this scholarship award, given in memory of Nicholas Henson Burrows, son of Mary and Dennis Burrows, grandson of Everett and Leontine Burrows, all of Gilman City, and Theresa Henson of Bethany.

Nicholas died in 1998 of bacterial meningitis at the age of 13 months. This year

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