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Blast from the past

March 21, 2007

A new walk-through metal detector has been permanently installed on the second floor of the Daviess County Courthouse, used for the first time on March 21.

Katy Black, a junior at Gallatin High School, is the first student from GHS to run a campaign for state FBLA president. If elected, Katy will be installed during the closing session of the state FBLA meeting and would serve the

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Maysville teacher under investigation

A teacher in Maysville R-1 School District has been accused of having sexual contact with several young girls. He’s now facing twenty charges.

On Tuesday, March 21, DeKalb County prosecutors charged Rodney Thomas, 39, with nine counts of sexual contact with a student by a teacher, one count of sodomy, one count of statutory sodomy, and nine counts of enticement of a child less than 15 year of age.


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Senior Boxes of food coming in April

A new program called Senior Boxes will become available at the Seventh Day Adventist Community Service Center Food Bank in April, according to Bill and Karen Reed, directors.

In addition to their regular commodities, participants will be able to pick up a 35-pound box of nourishing food. The foods include canned protein, juice, vegetables, fruit and cereal. The food is distributed through Second Harvest out of St. Joseph through the

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Winston FFA ranks high in leadership event, Neth named parliamentarian

Several Winston FFA members found success while competing in the Area 2 FFA Leadership Development Events this March. Students received rankings in the following contests:

Secretary’s Book – Elizabeth O’Dell – silver rating; Treasurer’s Book – Logan Caldwell – silver rating; Scrapbook – Shelby Mason – bronze rating; Completed Placement Record Book – Steven Muessig – gold rating; Creed Speaking – Thomas Kile – silver rating.

Drew Neth was named

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Pattonsburg students make honor roll, recognized for perfect attendance

Pattonsburg R-2 recently announced its third quarter Honor Roll.

Gold Honor Roll:  Grade 9: Carter Crone; Grade 7: Jillian Plymell.

A Honor Roll:  Grade 12: Alexis Harris, Molly Nashan and Caleb Teel.

Grade 11: Mitchell Begley, Brett Curtis, Nicole Robinson, Katie Warford and Jackson Zamora.

Grade 10: Shaila Cramer, Makelle Hobson, Madison Hummer, Connor Ireland, Logan Pankau, Amber Shaw and Kirsten Slessman.

Grade 9: Brittani Adams, Angelina Anderson, Cody Crabtree,

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R-3 to hold Family Fun Night, asks for mowing bids

Amy McMahon, chief cataloguer at the Daviess County Library, talked with North Daviess Board of Education members about the library setting up a booth at R-3’s Family Fun Night. Family Fun Night will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 24, and will have a gardening theme. Food will be provided.

The library would also like to hold an assembly in the gym in April to talk to students about

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Gallatin offers teaching and staff positions

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education offered teacher and staff positions for the 2017-2018 school year during their meeting held Wednesday, March 15. Two resignations were accepted: from Chad Sullenger as head varsity girls softball coach and Doug Alden as transportation director.

The board offered the following positions to —

All high school probationary teachers, including: Ron Alden, Michelle Anthuis, Justin Collins, Amanda Durbin, Taryn Dustman, Brittney Ghidoni, Tammy Kliewer,

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Active Aging Resource Center

March 24: Community luncheon at BTC Bank; March 28: Blood glucose testing 10:30-12; March 31: Nominations for Area Wide Elections.

The Active Aging Resource Center will be participating in the 15th Annual March for Meals  – a month-long, nationwide celebration of Meal on Wheels and the homebound and vulnerable seniors who rely on its vital safety net. We are offering the opportunity to sponsor a day’s raw food for our

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Women’s clinic

Community Action Partnerships of North Central Missouri (Green Hills Community Action Agency) Women’s Health will be having clinic in April on Wednesday, April 5, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1-5 p.m.;  Friday, April 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-4 p.m.; and Saturday, April 15, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.

The clinic is located at 1506 Oklahoma Ave., Trenton. Entrance is second door on

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