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National FFA Week Feb. 18-25

Tri-County R-7 High School FFA Chapter: 1st Row- Advisor, Amy Holder, Taegan Dunks, Reporter, Zack King, Historian, Haylie Turner, Treasurer, Lilly SImons, Vice President, Austing Eckert, President, Macey Ward, Secretary , Jadan Almond, Reoirterm Brianna Allen, Sentinel. 2nd- James Campbell, Ashley Ybarra, Abbie Rexing, Bailee Hoover, Chanda Woodring, Angelea Salazar, Kaylynn George. 3rd- Kince Hutchinson, Quinton Courter, Dakota Dowd, Felisha Orndorff, Kendra Gutshall, Nick Justus, Tanna Courter. 4th- Alex Bechtel,

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Six Bulldogs land spots on GRC Eastern Division honor squad

Cora Stout, Taylor Sloan, Jett Simmons, Karley Salmon, Hayley Michael

Gallatin landed five players on the 2016-17 All-Grand River Conference Eastern Division honor squad based on regular season performance.

Sophomore Karley Salmon was a first team selection after leading the Lady Bulldogs in scoring with a 10.4 average per game. She was also the team’s top three-point shooter, hitting 42% (36 of 86) of her outside shots.

Senior Taylor Sloan

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GHS offers contracts, accepts resignation

The Gallatin R-5 Board of Education voted during a closed session of their Feb. 15 meeting to offer contracts for the 2017-2018 school year to Barron Gann, activities director and ISS instructor; Tiffany Otto, middle school principal; Toni Cox, elementary principal; Becky Morris, special education director; and Brent Burke, high school principal. The resignation of Nicole Curtis as middle school head softball coach was accepted.

The Art Club fundraiser to

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Pattonsburg HS Science Olympiad does well at regional

Pattonsburg’s High School Science Olympiad team traveled to North Central Missouri College in Trenton on Feb. 11, to compete against several schools from the region. While Pattonsburg was a very small and young team (many schools play primarily juniors and seniors and have teams of up to 15 with multiple alternates) they still placed in three events. Team members were senior, Caleb Teel; sophomore, Makelle Hobson; and freshmen, Clark Adler,

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31 graduate D.A.R.E. program

Thirty-one Winston students are taking the D.A.R.E. pledge to stay off drugs as they graduate from the elementary 10-week D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program on Feb. 23 in the Winston School Cafeteria.

Under the direction of Gallatin Police Chief and D.A.R.E. Instructor Christopher “Mark” Richards, these students have learned the skills they need to avoid drugs, alcohol and violence. The classes include extensive role-playing with officers on practical ways

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North Daviess offers contract, accepts resignation

A one-year principal contract was offered to Tim Harding, high school principal, for next school year during the Feb. 13 meeting of the North Daviess Board of Education. A part-time high school counseling contract was offered to Connie Ward. The board accepted a resignation from Daniel Weese.

The 2017-2018 school calendar was approved, and mandatory policy updates were adopted.

Attendance is at 95.36% with enrollment at 79. A social awareness

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Middle School band students excel at Maryville

The Gallatin Middle School sent 22 band students to the Northwest Missouri State University Junior High Music Contest on Saturday, February 18, 2017. The students have been taking music lessons and practicing their solos and ensembles since early December. Students participated in a total of 21 events and earned outstanding and exemplary ratings. Outstanding Rating (II): Riley Dutro, clarinet. Exemplary Rating (I): Ella Bradford, flute; Courtney Crose, flute; Elle Copple,

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43 GHS FBLA members advance to state competition

Gallatin FBLA members competing in district contests are pictured, left to right, front row, Sami Boyd, Wyatt Bird, Chloe Simmons, Mariah Huston, Ethan Johnston, Patrick McNickle, John Gibson, Briar Roll; second row, Tayton Terry, Jessi Becerra, Maddy Waters, Tatum Griffin, Aubrey Feiden, Courtney Shubert, Annie Nelson, Madalyn Shubert; third row, Maelea Coulson, Gabby Johnson, Mattison Ishmael, Taylor Sloan, Taylor Rardon, Karley Salmon, Addi Stanley, Caitlin Heckenbach, Hayley Michael; fourth row, 

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Pattonsburg JH Science Olympiad team alternate for state

Pattonsburg Science Olympiad state bound junior high members are pictured, left to right, Cooper Teel, Kaden Hodge, Ryelin Hulet, Jillian Plymell and Quincy Crone.

Three Pattonsburg teams placed first at the Junior High Science Olympiad held Feb. 4 at Maryville and now advance to state competition at Westminster College in Fulton on April 8.

This was the first time that Pattonsburg as a team placed high enough to qualify as

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