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GHS Junior Varsity Football Game Postponed

Attention Gallatin sports fans! Because of injuries and resulting player numbers for Polo, the Panthers are unable to play JV football with our Bulldogs on Tuesday, 9/8. This game has been rescheduled for 10/12 at Gallatin with a 6 p.m. start time.

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New Bleacher Ready for Next Home Game

The Access II bleacher project for the football field is completed and ready to be tried out. A ramp is available for seating space for three wheelchairs, walkers and rollators (walkers with wheels and a seat) and companions. The next home game is against Polo on Sept. 4. Barry Wood poured the concrete foundation.

Pictured are the Access II Board members who spearheaded the project, Annie Gibson and Tim Tadlock,

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Four-Fun Fifth Inning Powers GHS to Softball Victory

A large, supportive crowd saw Gallatin score four runs with two outs in the bottom of the fifth inning and go on to hold off Maysville, 4-3, to earn a victory in the home and Grand River Conference opener.

Sami Boyd threw a one-hitter through five innings before Lady Bulldog bats awoke with three singles and two doubles in the fifth.

Courtney Shubert singled and later scored on a single

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Late Momentum Shift Locks in 19-8 Hornet Victory

Gallatin came out on the losing end Friday night, despite another solid defensive effort against their Highway 13 rival. Hamilton, unable to sustain many offensive drives, took advantage of a late turnover that helped preserve a 19-0 non-conference win.

Gallatin’s Harris Cameron gets into the face of Hornet quarterback Jaran Richman and forces him to scramble out of the pocket.

Friday night marked the fourth year Gallatin and Hamilton met

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Enrollment Numbers Reported for Area Schools

Jamesport R-7 is up about 15 students from last year. PK 12; K 13: 1st 8; 2nd 18; 3rd 18; 4th 14; 5th 9; 6th 19; 7th 11; 8th 11; 9th 18; 10th 15; 11th 9; 12th 13.

North Daviess student numbers have increased by 17 from the end of last year with 65 students to this year’s starting enrollment of 82. PK – 5; K – 5; 1st –

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GHS Homecoming 2015 is September 18

This year’s Homecoming theme is Video Games. Spirit Days (grades 7-12): Monday: Get up and Go Day; Tuesday: Video Game Day; Wednesday: Twin Day; Thursday (also school picture day): Color War Day — Seniors: Black; Juniors: Red; Sophomores: White; Freshman: Blue; 8th Grade: Pink; 7th Grade: Green; Friday: Spirit Day.

The parade is at 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 18. Please send entries to Amy McNeely or Pam Critten at

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Upward Bound Accepting Applications

Upward Bound (UB) is now accepting applications. UB is a program that assists high school students in preparing for successful college entrance through academic year advising, tutoring, and a culturally rewarding summer component. UB serves six school districts: Trenton R-9, Chillicothe R-II, Gallatin R-V, Hamilton RII, Tri-County R-VII, and Grundy R-V. Applications and additional information can be found at www.ncmissouri.edu/ub or at the high school counselor’s office. Applications are due

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Winston Sets Tax Levy, Audit Reveals Full Compliance

The Winston R-6 School Board set the total tax rate $3.09 per $100 assessed value. This represents an operating tax levy at $3 per $100 assessed value and a debt service levy of $.09 per $100 assessed.

This will be the fifth year in a row that the proposed tax rate will be lower than the previous year, noted R-6 Superintendent Brian Robinson. Looking back 20 years, the Winston R-V6

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Rains Selected as Member of National FFA Band

Jarod Rains, a member of the Gallatin FFA chapter in Gallatin, will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 28-31 during the 2015 National FFA Convention & Expo in Louisville, Ky.

Jarod Rains, a junior and the son of Lance and Beth Rains, has been selected to play Baritone Saxophone in the National FFA Band.

Jarod Rains submitted an audition tape and was selected to help bring full instrumental

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