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2016 GHS Valedictorian, Salutatorian

Val-Sal (2)Leading the Gallatin R-5 Class of 2016 during graduation ceremonies held May 6 were valedictorian Coby Brogan and salutatorian Aubrey Burns. Coby is the son of Jeffery Brogan and the late Kristina Brogan. Aubrey is the daughter of Brant and Tara Burns. There are 89 students graduating from the five public schools in Daviess County, all featured in a special souvenir section in this week’s edition and made possible by

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Cayden Johnson receives MFA Foundation Scholarship

web_Johnson, CaydenCayden BreAnne Johnson, a graduating senior at Gallatin R-5 High School, has won a $2,000 MFA Foundation scholarship. The scholarship was awarded at the school’s graduation ceremonies.

Cayden Johnson is the daughter of Jennifer Johnson and James Johnson. Cayden plans to attend Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.

The scholarship was sponsored by MFA Agri Services in Gallatin.

It is one of approximately 340 scholarships presented this year by

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Grady receives Cattlemen’s scholarship

student gradyCooper Grady, son of Will and Cindy Grady, was awarded one of two $500 scholarships by the I-35 Cattlemen’s. The I-35 Cattlemen’s is a five county organization that encompasses Daviess, DeKalb, Caldwell, Clinton, and Clay counties.  Pictured from left to right: Brad Bray, I-35 Cattlemen’s President, Cindy Grady, Will Grady, Cooper Grady, and I-35 Cattlemen’s Vice-President Kenny Youtsey. [Submitted Photo]

 

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Redbirds take “one” rating for first time in 22 years

school winston bandWinston Band Director Zach Keller took over the Winston Redbird music program in the fall of 2013. The band had not received a “1” rating at state contests since 1994. On April 7 the band traveled to Maryville to the campus of Northwest Missouri State University to compete in the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Northwest Music Festival and earned a “Superior 1” rating for the first time in

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GJH boys third, girls fifth at GRC meet

Gallatin junior high track teams competed in the Grand River Conference Junior High Meet last Thursday at Worth County High School. The girls placed fifth in the 10-team field while the boys took third overall.

Following are Thursday’s results:

Girls

100m Dash: Maddison Michael, 6th, 14.79. 200m Dash: Michael, 5th, 31.91. 400m Dash: Caragan Baker, 2nd, 1:08.11; Claire Hemry, 5th, 1:09.88.

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Bombs, diamonds, rainbows…Elementary students think outside the cereal box

Searcy Elementary in Gallatin recently held its annual Fifth Grade Design a Cereal Box Contest.  Winners are:

Boys: first Dalton Albrech-Myrich; second Draven Wright; third Logan Bottcher

Girls: first Ella Bradford; second Emma Harper; third Brianna Gilmore.

web_school cereal Boy's first Place Dalton Albrecht- Myrick web_school cereal Boy's second place Draven Wrightweb-school cereal Boy's third Place Logan Bottcher (1) web_school cereal Girl's first place Ella Bradford web_school cereal Girl's second place Emma Harper web_school cereal Girl's third  Place Brianna Gilmore

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Hancock breaks GRC pole vault record with 13’6” vault

After a long absence in the Grand River Conference record book, Gallatin now owns one new mark in the conference’s track and field competition.

Senior Tate Hancock bested all pole vaulters Monday during the league meet and set a new high mark of 13’6”, breaking the previous record set by Maysville’s Taylor Mason by five inches.

Hancock’s first place performance was only one of Gallatin’s point-producing marks at Monday’s league

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Bulldogs add GRC junior varsity golf title to season honors

Make that a clean sweep for Gallatin High School golfers.

One day after the varsity boys brought home their fourth straight Grand River Conference title, the junior varsity squad took the league’s top honor, by nearing the same margin.

With five golfers in the top ten, Gallatin won the GRC jayvee title with a 194 to 245 victory over second place King City in competition last Wednesday at Maysville. Albany

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Almond, Leonard shine at HDC track and field meet

Monday’s HDC Conference track meet saw Tri-County’s Katana Almond win the 800- and 1600-meter races and Winston’s Jordan Leonard sweep the sprints and the long jump events.

Following are varsity and junior high results from Monday’s event.

Varsity Girls

Winston, 2nd, 102 pts.

Tri-County, 5th, 46 pts.

Gilman City, 8th, 37 pts.

Pattonsburg, 9th, 18 pts.

100m Dash: 2. Carly Gordon (W),

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