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McVeigh juror to Boston:

As jurists weigh the fate of convicted terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after the Boston marathon bombing, a jurist who joined in the unanimous decision to impose the death penalty on another terrorist almost 20 years ago says: "I hope you can live with your decision..."
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Read the latest GHS Alumni newsletter about plans for the All Alumni Reunion on Memorial Day Weekend, May 22-25...
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Bulldog Golfers Remain Unbeaten

Gallatin varsity golfers came out on top in three meets held in the past week, at Gallatin, Bethany and Albany, with Jett Simmons claiming medalist honor in all three.

Gallatin 4-1-15

Gallatin           170

Maysville         206

S. Harrison 214

Jett Simmons               39

Logan Burns               42

Bradley Rhoades        43

Gabe Cole                   46

Samuel Coulson          49

Klark Critten (JV)       54

Colin Beck (JV)          49

 

Bethany 4-2-15

Gallatin           161

Albany             180

S. Harrison    

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Lions Games on June 6

The 2015 Lions All-Star Basketball Classic Games will be held on June 6 at the Ketcham Center at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.

The games start at 9 a.m. and will continue until done. There will be eight games and the format will be as it has been in past years. 

Girls nominated from our area are: Kylie Collins, Gallatin, forward, 5’8”, scoring average 5.7 and rebound average

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Blasts from the Past

April 6, 2005

Students in the NCMC Introduction to Theatre class will provide technical support for the college production of “Blithe Spirit,” a classic comedy. Members of the set crew include Kristy Lawrence of Gallatin.

Nicole Ray of North Daviess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray of Coffey, is a recipient of the HDC  Conference “Triple Student Athlete,” a new award that goes to student athletes who have been

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Simmons Earns Golf Medalist in GHS Win at Maysville

Gallatin’s Jett Simmons shot a round of 37 to come away with the medalist award from last Thursday’s triangular golf meet held at Maysville. Simmons’s award helped propel the Bulldogs to a team victory over Hamilton and the host team.

Simmons’s round was two strokes better than rounds of 39 shot by runnersup Hunter Cornelius and Ethan Green of Hamilton. Gabe Cole shot 40 for Gallatin and Bradley Rhoades added

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Missouri Disabled Sportsmen: Success is Always in Sight

“We hunters take all kinds of things for granted,” said Pete Eisentrager, a member of the Board of Directors for Missouri Disabled Sportsmen, Inc., out of Moberly. “We get up and have our stuff thrown on in thirty minutes. We climb trees, walk across muddy fields. We have no idea what challenges the disabled face on a daily basis just to get up and get out the door in the

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GHS Wrestlers Recognized with Proclamations

Michael Stanley and Rep. J. Eggleston

Representative J. Eggleston (District 002 Republican) presented proclamations to Gallatin R-5 wrestlers Michael Stanley and Jesse Bundy during an assembly on Tuesday, March 24. Rep.

Eggleston stated these two students represented themselves, their family, school and country well, both as athletes and as lifelong learners, and should be recognized for their achievements. Both wrestlers were state champions.

 

 

 

 

Jesse Bundy was

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GRC to be Equally Divided in East, West Divisions

The school boards of Braymer and King City school districts have voted to play 8-man football beginning with the 2016-17 school year.

As a result, the Eastern and Western divisions of the Grand River Conference, which were divided for the purposes of basketball and softball, will now be the same for football.

While there will be divisional championships in softball and basketball, there are no plans to have a conference

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Letter to the Editor: Winston Well Represented

Dear Editor:

As team hosts this past weekend for the Missouri State High School Basketball Championships in Columbia, we had the pleasure to spend time with Coaches Tim Harding and Rynn Hedrick along with the Winston Redbirds, cheerleaders and fans.

These young people represented their community, school, parents and especially themselves in a most positive manner. Their actions in Columbia speak very highly of their attitude in life and

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Blasts from the Past

March 16-23, 2005

Dylan Rogers, son of Jeff Rogers and Sally Sparks Rogers of Altamont, won a first place trophy in advanced chess at GEM Day on March 5 at Bode Middle School in St. Joseph. This is a special one-day program which provides enriching experiences for gifted children and their parents.

David and Lesa Leeper, Gallatin, received the Cooperator of the Year award at the 61st annual meeting

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