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State Technical College Dean’s List

State Technical College of Missouri congratulates students who are eligible for the Dean’s List for the 2015 fall semester, including Derrik Baldwin and  Carlye Guffey, both of Gallatin.

To be placed on the Dean’s List, a full-time student must earn a semester grade point average between 3.5 and 4.0 on a 4-point scale.

Ranked among the best nationally, the State Technical College of Missouri, located in Linn, serves a unique

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Defense keys Bulldog win over Panthers in LIT consolation tilt

Gallatin’s boys captured Friday night’s consolation title in the Lawson Tournament as much with their defense as their offense.

The Bulldogs held the North Platte Panthers to 20 points through three quarters and went on to win, 50-35, after leading by as many as 21 points down the stretch.

Harris Cameron led a trio of Bulldogs into double figures with 12 points. He also grabbed eight rebounds. Samuel Coulson added

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Lady Bulldogs easy consolation winners over Hornets

Hamilton proved to be no match for Gallatin Friday night in the consolation trophy game of the Lawson Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs won pulling away, 65-33, by more than doubling the Lady Hornet output from the field.

Cora Stout glides down the baseline for a shot during Friday night’s GHS consolation game victory over Hamilton.

Gallatin led, 17-8, at the end of the first quarter and padded the lead with

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Searcy elementary students placed on honor roll

Covel D. Searcy recently announced its second quarter A and B Honor Roll.

4th Grade:

A Honor Roll:  Abigail Burns, Kira Chance, Hannah Critten, Courtney Crose, Ashley Feiden, Hayden Jeffers, Laurie King, Brooklyn Kline, Addyson Maize, Betty Rogers, Hallie Vanderslice, Noah Watson, Daphne Wilson, Jaden Wilson, Kati Wortman.

B Honor Roll:  Grayson Allen, Hunter Axton, Peyton Baker, Boston Bell, Jasmine Cecil, Macon Dutro, Bryson Hunter, Luke Johnson, William Johnson, Kegan

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Winston announces second quarter honor rolls and perfect attendance

Perfect Attendance — Preschool:  Joel Hunter, Isaac Meyer, Gabby Taul;  First Grade: Rosie Cameron, Brody Goll, Isabel Robinson, Joel Shelman, Gwen Taul, Vanessa Weigand; Second Grade: Nash Nelson, Nate Nelson, Brayden Watkins; Third Grade: Austin Green, Nancy Kimble, Levi Youtsey;  Fourth Grade: Thomas Green, CJ Mullikin, Micah O’Dell, Marissa Uthe; Fifth Grade:  Megan Christensen, Karlee Goll, Jacob Muessig, Cory Parker, Destiny West, Hailey West, Shelby Wilkinson; Sixth Grade: Tanleigh Sheetz,

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Student-teacher scholarship

MoEdCounselINW MASA is offering a student-teacher scholarship in the amount of $750. The scholarship is to assist a current college student during his/her student teaching semester. The scholarship is awarded one per semester (one- Fall, one- Spring) for a total of two per academic year. The application deadline for the current semester is March 1. Visit with Joyce Cox, counselor at Gallatin R-5 High School, for more information.

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Missouri looking to bounce back from a tough week

by Benjamin Herrold

There may be a college basketball program that had a worse week than Missouri last week, but none are coming to mind right now.

First came a horrendous 33-point loss to Arkansas at home on Tuesday, Missouri’s worst loss ever at Mizzou Arena. You have to go back to 1945 to find a bigger home loss for the Tigers. That debacle came against a rebuilding Arkansas team

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Patriot Pen, Voice of Democracy winners announced

The Frank Frazier VFW Post 2172  and Ladies Auxiliary are proud to announce the 2015 winners for the Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest and the Voice of Democracy Contest.

Patriot Pen winners are pictured, left to right, VFW 2172 Commander Vic Dill, Auxiliary Youth Chairman Sherri Carder, first place Drew Prindle, second place Kyra Barker, and third place Johnna Tadlock.

Patriot Pen winners are pictured, left to right, VFW 2172 Commander Vic Dill, Auxiliary Youth Chairman Sherri Carder, first place Drew Prindle, second place Kyra Barker, and third place Johnna Tadlock.

The theme  for the Patriot’s Pen Contest was “What Freedom Means

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GHS teams vie for consolation spots at Lawson

Gallatin’s girls fought through one of their worst shooting nights of the season and the GHS boys battled shorthanded in first round action of the Lawson Invitational Tournament.

The girls fell to host Lawson, 45-40, after falling behind early. The boys dropped their tourney opener to Hamilton, 61-48.

Bulldogs teams return to the court at Lawson tonight (Wednesday) for consolation semifinal contests. The Lady Bulldogs take on Carrollton at 7:30

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