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Patrol Gives Results of 2014 Annual School Bus Inspections

Winston achieves Total Fleet Excellence

Colonel Ron Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces the results of the Motor Vehicle Inspection Division’s 2014 annual school bus inspection program. A total of 30 Daviess County school buses were inspected between the dates of Feb. 3 and May 20.

All six buses from the Winston School District were approved upon initial inspection.

A total of 258 Missouri school districts earned

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Hefley, Cameron Excel in Lions Classic

Gallatin graduated seniors Kaitlyn Hefley and Chris Cameron acquitted themselves well in last weekend’s District 26-M4 All-Star Basketball Classic held at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

Hefley, who played for the White team, totaled 14 points in two games, including 13 in her team’s consolation victory on Saturday. The White girls team fell, 84-49, in its opener to the eventual champion Black squad, but came back to defeat the

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NWMSU Announces Spring 2014 Graduates

The Office of the Registrar and the Graduate School at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville have released the names of students who completed requirements for degrees at the conclusion of the 2014 spring trimester, including the following area students:

Altamont: Kaddie Lea Mott, B.S., Business Management; Gilman City, Avery Nicole Ragan, B.S., Animal Science (Pre-Vet); Jameson: Tyler Lee Cox, B.S., Biology/Psychology, Pre-Professional Zoology and Christine Annette Ferguson, B.S., Computer

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Upward Bound Students Perform Service Projects

Participants in the Upward Bound Program at North Central Missouri College participated in various community service projects in Trenton on June 5. They volunteered at the Trenton Parks Department, animal shelter, women’s shelter, food pantry, senior center and community garden. The students spent all day at these locations where they helped complete projects, maintain areas and assist with other duties. Upward Bound is a grant-funded program that assists high school

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Gallatin Hosts 34th Alumni Banquet

The Class of 1964 hosted the 34th annual Gallatin Alumni Banquet on May 24 at the Gallatin High School.

Those present from the class are pictured, left to right, front row, Kay (Hammond) Morris, Kathy (Snyder) McCarty, Barbara (Holcomb) Wilson, Diann (McFee) Burress, Suzette (Runnels) Johnson, Jone (Hartpence) Perry; back row, Phil Tate, Cheryl (Frazier) Wilson, J.L. McFee, Judy (Wilson) Taylor, Hal Gatenby, Janice (Schmitt) Reynolds, Harriett (Dewey) Kelly,

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Blasts from the Past

June 9, 2004

Sunday, June 6, marked the first Sunday for Pastor Russ Hamilton at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Gallatin. Russ Hamilton is a native of Northwest Missouri, graduating from Cainsville High School in 1985.

Gallatin seventh grader Wren Tolen, daughter of Misse and David Tolen, won the school-level competition of the 2004 National Geography Bee and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship. Fourth grader

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Cook Graduates from College of the Ozarks

 

Crystal Cook of Jameson graduated from College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, during the 2014 Commencement exercises May 11. Cook received a BA in English. Cook is a North Daviess High School graduate.

This year, 321 students participated in graduation at College of the Ozarks. At C of O, dubbed “Hard Work U” by The Wall Street Journal, all full-time students work on-campus jobs rather than pay tuition. This

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Burns Earns Third Place at Speaking Academy

Aubrey Burns, daughter of Brant and Tara Burns, competed in the Missouri Public Speaking Academy June 3-5. The Academy is hosted by the Missouri State FFA Organization and is held on the University of Central Missouri campus, Warrensburg. The three day event challenges FFA members to compose a speech and present it to a panel of judges on the third day of the event.

Sixty-three students attended the academy this

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Bulldog Football Schedule Features New Opponent

Gallatin R-5 Athletic Director Rick Lin released sports schedules for the 2014-15 school year, with a never-played-before opponent on this fall’s varsity football slate.

One of Gallatin’s four home games, the final one of the season on Oct. 10, will be Summit Christian Academy High School in Lee’s Summit.

Last season was the first for Summit Christian’s varsity football program. The Eagles play in the Crossroads Conference, along with Butler,

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