by Darryl Wilkinson
by Darryl Wilkinson
A redbird stands out against a background of pure white snow in this picture taken at the Jessica and Nathan Carder residence east of Gallatin.[Staff Photo JLC]
Continue reading Snow, fog, ice, isn’t it lovely?
Winston Homecoming is Jan. 28. The basketball teams host Osborn.
Continue reading Winston Homecoming is Jan 28, make up days listed
Searcy Elementary School at Gallatin recently announced its second quarter honor roll for students in fourth, fifth and sixth grades.
Continue reading Searcy elementary honor roll announced
On Jan. 19 members of the Gallatin FCCLA chapter attended the Region 2 Officer Screening in Chillicothe. Kaitlyn McNeely ran for a Region 2 officer and was elected into the position of regional parliamentarian. Also attending as voting delegates were Bethany Harris, Abbi Porter, and Kailey Elbert. Pictured, left to right, are Abbi Porter, Bethany Harris, Kaitlyn McNeely, and Kailey Elbert.
Continue reading 19 FCCLA members from GHS attend officer
The students at Covel D. Searcy Elementary are jumping at the chance to help fight heart disease and stroke—our nation’s #1 killer.
Continue reading Covel D. Searcy Elementary to hold jump rope for heart event
Gallatin High School will be bustling with activity on Saturday when the Bulldogs host the Grand River Conference Wrestling Tournament.
Continue reading Gallatin to host GRC Wrestling Tournament on Saturday
In all but one case, the top four seeds in both girls’ and boys’ brackets advanced into the semifinal round in the 17th Annual Hamilton Tournament.
Continue reading Top seeds move on to semifinals at Hamilton Tournament
Gallatin’s girls battled back from an early 8-0 deficit to lead by eight at half over Albany’s Lady Warriors, but the Lady Bulldogs still needed a late rally to pick up their first Grand River Conference win of the season
Continue reading Wood cans six-of-six foul shots to lead GHS girls past Albany, 36-32
Gallatin’s boys battled through a 0-for-16 shooting start from the field and rallied from a nine-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Albany, 48-41, last Friday night on the road.
Continue reading Lin’s 26 points fuel rally that carries Dogs to 48-41 GRC win
Richard L. Eubank, commander-in-chief, recently congratulated local VFW Commander Ray Clevenger on having achieved the distinct honor of leading his Post to over 100% in membership for the 2010-2011 year.
Continue reading Local VFW Post recognized for 100% membership
Daviess County Soil and Water Conservation District state cost-share sign up begins Tuesday, Feb. 1 though Monday, Feb. 28 at the USDA Service Center in Gallatin.
Continue reading Cost-share sign up begins Feb. 1
The Active Aging Resource Center (AARC) held a drawing for a CD player for all Medicare clients that had a prescription drug plan (Part D) comparison completed by the Center. The winner was Bob Meinecke from Trenton.
Continue reading Meinecke wins CD player from AARC
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Continue reading Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center
The lease agreement on the factory building to K-Bar Inc. was accepted as of Jan. 1 by the Pattonsburg Board of Aldermen, but the lease has not been signed and the building remains unoccupied.
Continue reading Factory building fate still up in the air
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has confirmed a mountain lion sighting in western St. Louis County. Garrett Jensen, of Chesterfield, recently contacted MDC with photographs taken Jan. 12 from a trail camera showing a mountain lion in a wooded area.
Continue reading Chesterfield sighting confirmed to be a mountain lion
Continue reading Hunters shoot mountain lion near Macon
City Administrator Zac Johnson will be applying for a federal grant for "safe routes to school.
Continue reading City applies for grant for sidewalks around school
The North Central Missouri College Student Senate will sponsor a visit from the Community Blood Center on Wednesday, Feb. 2.
Continue reading College to host blood drive on Feb. 2
Kinsey Leighn Batson, a December 2010 graduate of Missouri State University in Springfield, has accepted a teaching position with the Princeton School District.
Continue reading Kinsey Batson accepts teaching position in Princeton
Access II Independent Living Center invites you to join them and "Party Like Plunge Stars" at the 2011 Special Olympics Lake Viking Polar Plunge.
Continue reading Join Access II for party plunge at Lake Viking
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