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Challenge Class learns about survival with hissing cockroaches

This semester Kim Brammer’s Challenge Class gifted education students at Covel D Searcy Elementary are learning about animal and human survival. As part of this unit of study, each student has a Madagascar hissing cockroach, also known as a hisser, as a classroom pet.

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Pictured are members of the Challenge Class with their little friends, left to right, front row, Elijah Lawinger, Makenna Bottcher, Betty Rogers, Ashley Feiden, Bryce Brogan,

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All-state hoops gone forever

My Turn … by Preston Cole

The headline you just read above is just a beat-up, road-weary, wore-slick, veteran sports writer calling his shot about the likelihood of media in Missouri ever selecting all-state basketball teams again.

If one were to write an obituary about this, it might read something like this:

Missouri all-state basketball teams, chosen by media, were born during the 1951-52 school year. They went on life

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Golfers disregard soggy course, win fourth straight GRC title

Probably none of the other teams competing in Tuesday’s Grand River Conference Golf Tournament believed the outcome would be any different than it was, so, in fact, a three-hour weather delay at Bethany Country Club only postponed the inevitable.

With all five golfers finishing in the top nine, Gallatin won a fourth straight GRC title and 10th league tournament victory since 1998.

GRC Golf Champs

Members of Gallatin’s Grand River Conference champion

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Results from Trenton Middle School Relays

Girls Results

Pole Vault: T2. Caragan Baker, Gallatin, 5’; T2. Macie McNeely, Gallatin, 5’. 400m Dash: 3. C. Baker, Gallatin, 1:09.03; 5. Claire Hemry, Gallatin, 1:11.04. 800m Run: 3. Hannah Miller, Gallatin, 2:51.76; 6. Haley Collins, North Daviess, 3:01.60. 1600m Run: 5. Collins, North Daviess, 6:35.30. 4x400m Relay: 3. Gallatin (Alli Baker, C. Baker, Hemry, Miller), 4:53.56.

Boys Results

Long Jump: 2. Cameron Jones, Pattonsburg, 16’7.5”, 3. Dakota Eaton, Pattonsburg,

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Cupola building coming into focus, water plant out for bid

City Administrator Tony Stonecypher provided an update from the Cupola Building Committee to the Gallatin Board of Aldermen at their meeting on April 25.

The committee, appointed by Mayor Barb Ballew, is focusing on ideas to revitalize the property located on the northeast corner of the square. The committee requested clarification from the aldermen about its role. The aldermen’s response is as follows: to provide ideas/plans to preserve the building;

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Regional jail to meet on April 29

The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail will meet at 10 a.m. on April 29 at the trailer at 102 North Meadows Lane in Pattonsburg.

Old business will include painting of the jail; Turnkey contract; K-9 purchase for Daviess County; DeKalb County court security. New business agenda includes paying taxes and insurance online; and Ad-Seg for female detainees.

The tentative agenda of this meeting also includes a vote to close part of the

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Blast from the past

April 26, 2006

Jennifer Layne Teel was crowned Tiny Miss Missouri Princess during the state pageant finals of the Mrs. Missouri America pageant held in Chillicothe. Jennifer is the daughter of Julie Vyrostek and Darrell Teel.

USDA Rural Development presented a mock check in the amount of $9,530 to the city of Coffey that will assist the city with the purchase and installment of an early warning system.

Jonathan Arnold

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GHS 7th & 8th honor rolls announced

Gallatin High School recently announced its seventh and eighth grade honor rolls for third quarter.

7th Grade: President’s Honor Roll: Caragan Baker, Sydney Cook, Tristan Hamilton, Claire Hemry, Hayliegh Huff-Hockaday, Maddison Michael, Jenna Rains.

A Honor Roll:  Allison Baker, Carli Beck, Jonathan Carder, Libby Endicott, Jolene Hess, Jace Holcomb, Jennison Lichfield, Hannah Miller, Sarah Morrison, Erica Redman, Johnna Tadlock, Teri Walker.

B Honor Roll:  Gabriel Allen, Kyrah Barker, Ty Becker,

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