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GHS Bats Sizzle in Double Digit GRC Victories

Freshman Karley Salmon earned the win on the mound for Gallatin on Tuesday and drove in two runs with a homer that cleared the left field fence.

Gallatin’s Lady Bulldogs moved to 3-0 in the Grand River Conference and 6-2 on the season with a pair of runaway victories over league opponents.

Gallatin spotted South Harrison two runs in the top of the first inning on Tuesday before exploding for

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Two from Winston on Trailer of Champions

Winston FFA Chapter announced that two of its members had the honor of displaying projects on the Trailer of Champions at the 2015 Missouri State Fair in Sedalia in August. Georgia Caldwell was recognized for exhibiting the Reserve Grand Champion Winter Squash, which she raises along with pumpkins on her farm outside of Winston. She also exhibited a watermelon and tomatoes. Gillian Heldenbrand received the Reserve Grand Champion Wall Hanging,

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GHS Football Team of 1988 to be Honored at Homecoming

Gallatin High School and the community will honor and recognize members of the 1988 Bulldog football team at half time during the Sept. 18 Homecoming game against South Harrison.

The 1988 team, coached by Joe Battles and assisted by Doug Nichols, Chris Gerhardt and Kevin Nichols, finished 8-0 in the Grand River Conference before losing a nail-biting, 7-6, game to Albany in the Class 1 Sectional round.

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Area Schools Receive Bottled Water

For the fourth consecutive year, Smithfield Hog Production Division – Missouri, formerly Murphy-Brown of Missouri, donated bottled water to area schools to be sold in concessions for fundraising or used for other purposes throughout the school year. 

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This year 1980 cases of bottled water were donated to 21 area schools. Among the schools receiving up to 100 cases each of bottled water were Gallatin and Winston. 


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Second Half Again Unkind to Dogs in 20-6 Loss to Panthers

For the third week in a row, Gallatin saw its hopes for a victory dashed in the second half of a tight ball game.

Trailing, 14-6, late in the third quarter, the Bulldogs put together one of their best offensive drives of the season against the Polo Panthers. Sparked by a Corbin Toney run of 50 yards, Gallatin strung together runs by Toney, Tate Hancock and Wyatt Bird that took

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GJH Football Team Announced

Gallatin’s Junior High Football Team kicked off the 2015 season Tuesday at Polo.

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Team members are, front row, from left: Aiden Adkison, Johnny Stout, Ross Critten, Nathan Baker, Haden Bradford, Tristen Gibson and Jacob Maize; second row: Eli Henke, Ty Becker, Gavin Gray, Calvin Grady, JJ Waters and Landon Corwin; third row: Zack Tustison, Austin Robbins, Gage Wright, Ashton Arndt and Chase Moulton; back row: Coach Gene

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Winston School Happenings

Backpack Buddies will begin sometime in September for Winston R-6. If you are interested in sponsoring a student, please contact Mrs. Madison for details: [email protected] or (660) 749-5459.

This year’s freshman through senior class officers have been selected. Senior Class Officers: President Kristchon Hisel, Vice President Kaytlyn Barnes, Secretary Renae Brice, Treasurers Thea Nelson and Aaron Piburn;

Junior Class Officers: President Ashley Gadberry, Vice President William Campbell, Secretary Lane Fortner,

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GJH Cheerleaders

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Introducing the 2015 Gallatin Junior High cheerleaders, front row, from left: Claire Hemry, Johnna Tadlock and Makalia Dutro; second row: Macie McNeely, Kerri Berten and Ciera Arndt; back row: Jennifer Teel, Sydney Cook, Caragan Baker, Kylie Roe and Carli Beck. The girls are coached by Jennifer Adkison.



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Snow Receives Award for Forage Production


Zane Snow, a 2015 graduate of Winston R-6 FFA Chapter, was recently recognized for receiving a bronze rating on his forage production proficiency application. This extensive process evaluated Snow, and other winners from their respective states in the forage production category, in areas such as hours worked, wages earned, skills advanced, and goals obtained, just to name a few.

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