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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 10, 2004

Brook Carder and Amanda Bohannon, members of the Gallatin FFA Chapter, earned the American Farmer degree awarded by the National FFA organization at the 77th National FFA Convention held in Louisville, Ky. Brook is the daughter of Carl and Sherri Carder, and Amanda is the daughter of Mike and Linda Bohannon.

Lynch Supermarket, located on Hwy. 13 in north Gallatin, celebrated its 50th anniversary this

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Searcy Kindergartners Learn About Fire Safety

Covel D. Searcy Elementary celebrated Fire Safety Month in October by visiting the Gallatin Fire Protection District. While visiting, the children were taught about fire safety procedures and were able to see how the new ladder truck works and also got to look inside the fire truck.

Pictured with the students are Fire Captain Kyle McBroom and 911 Dispatcher Kerri Sternecker. Not pictured but also helping with the visit was

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Pattonsburg to Get New Phone System

The Pattonsburg R-2 Board of Education approved a proposal from Windstream to update/replace the school’s current phone system during their meeting held Oct. 16. The district will lease the new system from Windstream.

The Veterans Day Program will be in the gym on Wednesday, Nov. 12, beginning at 6 p.m. The program will be featuring the elementary honor choir and the HS band.

Superintendent Troy Clawson discussed some repairs and

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GHS Band Excels at District, Audition for State

Twelve students represented the Gallatin Band at the Northwest Missouri All-District Band auditions in St. Joseph on Nov. 1. Nine of these students will be performing with the Northwest Missouri All-District Band on Dec. 13, beginning at 6 p.m. with the middle school band. Sarabeth Michael (8) earned 5th chair flute, Jacob Wilson (8) earned 6th chair trumpet and John Gibson earned 2nd alternate in percussion in the middle school

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Winston Resident Receives CRMC Scholarship

The Board of Directors of Cameron Regional Medical Center (CRMC) earlier this year made an annual pledge to the North Central Missouri College Foundation for student scholarships, and recipients of those scholarships were announced this week at the college in Trenton.

Sophomores in their second year of study in NCMC’s allied health program with a history of strong academic accomplishments are encouraged to apply, and those who are focusing their

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Auditor’s Letter Signed by North Daviess Board

The auditor’s representation letter was signed during the Oct. 20 meeting of the North Daviess R-3 Board of Education held Oct. 20.

Superintendent Wendell Burns presented the board the new Jameson Water User’s Agreement, which the board agreed to sign.

The budget was amended by removing $6,000 from Fund 4 and adding $4,000 to the General Fund 1 for technology purchases.

The A+ program handbook was accepted.

Green Hills Regional

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Up, Up and Away — And Say NO! to Drugs

Winston R-6 celebrated National Red Ribbon Week Oct. 27-31, culminating with the release of dozens of red balloons by each class at the end of the school day Friday.

It was a crisp, windy day and the balloons took off instantly and headed south over town. Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention program. [Staff Photo/TLH]

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Blasts from the Past

Nov. 3, 2004

Gallatin High School’s Adam Strein and Emily Gay have been nominated for the coveted Wendy’s Heisman Award. This award honors the nation’s top high school seniors who best exemplify a supreme “citizen-scholar-athlete.”

Nov. 2, 1994

Tara Lockridge Burns, a 1990 graduate of Gallatin High School, has been selected to be an education ambassador at the University of Missouri. Tara is married to Brant Burns, a 1989 graduate

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Three from Gallatin Selected for District Choir

Three Gallatin vocal music students were accepted into the All-District Choir, Jasmine Ramirez, Jessica Lichfield and Gabrielle Gibson, pictured left to right.

Sheryl Warren is their vocal instructor at Gallatin. On Sept. 15, approximately 420 students traveled to Missouri Western State College at St. Joseph to audition for the Northwest District Choir. Only 197 students were chosen. District choir is made up of students enrolled as freshmen through seniors. The

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