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Bulldog golfers remain perfect at 14-0 in triangular and quad meets

If Gallatin golfers have learned one thing this season, it’s how to play the wind.

Despite windy day after windy day, Gallatin golfers strung together four victories over the course of the last seven days to stay perfect on the season. The Bulldogs own a 14-0 record, plus a 1-0 tournament mark, heading into today’s (Wednesday) Cameron Tournament.

Tuesday’s four-team competition at Daviess County Country Club saw Gallatin’s five varsity

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North Daviess offers principal contract to Tim Harding

web_school new nd principal with pixTim Harding accepted a contract as principal for the North Daviess R-3 School District for 2016-2017 during a special meeting of the R-3 Board of Education held April 6.  Mr. Harding, 39, Ridgeway, has been the physical education/health teacher at North Daviess the past year.  He was the head junior high softball coach of the Pattonsburg, North Daviess, Gilman City Co-op and the assistant softball coach of the Pattonsburg, North

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Gallatin Pride Band advances group to state, receives ‘one’ rating at festival

Students in the Gallatin Bulldog Pride Band participated in district contest on April 2 with the following students receiving one ratings and advancing to state: Maelea Coulson, flute; Sarabeth Michael, flute; Jade Wayne, clarinet; Natalie Marble, trumpet; Coby Brogan, trombone;  Patrick McNickel, trombone; and a percussion octet including Ty Hanson, Jeremy Ruth, Briar Roll, John Gibson, Jarod Rains, Jade Wayne, Kira Williams, and C.J. Richards. These students will perform at

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Excitement erupts during volcano demonstration

Winston sixth grade students recently created their own volcanoes while studying about plate tectonics. The students started from scratch, creating a clay mixture and forming the intricate details, painting and preparing each volcano for a presentation to other students and staff.  Emma Heldenbrand and Abby Rhoades are pictured presenting their volcanoes to the first grade class. [Submitted Photo]

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Delilah Gadd receives full scholarship for Japanese exchange program

Delilah Gadd, a junior at Winston High School, was one of 14 students selected out of a pool of national candidates, to attend web_school winston gadd abroada student exchange program this summer in Japan. Delilah will attend the FCCLA/Kikkoman Japanese Exchange Program.  Delilah was awarded a full-ride scholarship for the program valued at $12,000.

This opportunity was provided to Delilah through FCCLA.  Delilah is a very active member of the local chapter and

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MSHSAA releases classifications and new championship venues

Saturday was a day for big announcements delivered by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. The governing body released new classifications for the next two school years and announced that state football and basketball events would be moving to new venues.

With new football classifications beginning this fall, Gallatin remains a member of Class 1, District 8, but with a new lineup of opponents. Joining Gallatin in the district

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Winston inducts new members into NHS

Winston Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) held a ceremony March 24 to induct its newest members into the organization.  NHS is a nationally recognized organization that partners with the National Association of Secondary School Principals to recognize those students in schools who exemplify the characteristics of character, scholarship, leadership, and service.  Only a small percentage of high school students nationwide are inducted into the organization.

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Winston NHS inducted

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Searcy students listed on honor roll

Covel D. Searcy recently announced its third quarter A and B honor roll.

4th Grade:  A – Abigail Burns, Kira Chance, Hannah Critten, Courtney Crose, Macon Dutro, Ashley Feiden, William Johnson, Alayna Rainey, Betty Rogers, Hallie Vanderslice, Owen Waterbury, Anasen Wayne, Daphne Wilson, Jaden Wilson, Kait Jo Wortman;  B – Grayson Allen, Hunter Axton, Peyton Baker, Boston Bell, Bryce Brogan, Jasmine Cecil, Stanley Hanson, Hayden Jeffers, Luke Johnson, Kegan Jones,

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GHS announces 3rd quarter honor roll

Gallatin High School recently announced its third quarter honor roll.

Freshmen: Principal’s –  Zoe Bradford, Emily Condie, Graydee Rains, Ceirra Redman, Michael Warner; A – Bethany Bailey, Addison Burns, John Gibson, Caitlin Heckenbach, Adrian Hernandez, Trenton Ishmael, Ally Johnson, Klayton Lynch, McKay Marble, Kelsey Maxwell, Sarabeth Michael, Savannah Riley, Karley Salmon, Ayden Wayne, Essie Williamson, Jacob Wilson; B – Jessi Becerra, Jocelyn Flanders, Justice Fry, Samantha Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Shaylea

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