Gainesville


Times file photo / Sue Ann Jones Jerry Beasley, shown in this 2018 file photo, retired at the end of the 2018-19 school year after working 28 years as the district’s mechanic, a job in which he was responsible for maintaining the district’s school-bus fleet. All of Gainesville’s buses – 18 this year – passed the annual Missouri State Highway Patrol inspection this year for the seventh year in a row.
Two of Ozark County’s five school districts again had their school bus fleets pass the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s annual inspection with 100 percent of the buses approved. For the seventh year in a row, all of Gainesville School District’s buses – 18 of them this year – were approved. It’s a...

Times file photo / Sue Ann Jones Jerry Beasley, shown in this 2018 file photo, retired at the end of the 2018-19 school year after working 28 years as the district’s mechanic, a job in which he was responsible for maintaining the district’s school-bus fleet. All of Gainesville’s buses – 18 this year – passed the annual Missouri State Highway Patrol inspection this year for the seventh year in a row.
Two of Ozark County’s five school districts again had their school bus fleets pass the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s annual inspection with 100 percent of the buses approved. For the seventh year in a row, all of Gainesville School District’s buses – 18 of them this year – were approved. It’s a...
The Gainesville R-V School District can proceed with its plans to build a new, modular preschool on land it owns just east of its main high school/junior high building, according to a letter the district received last week from the Federal Aviation Administration. The letter, shown in part in the...
The Gainesville R-V School District can proceed with its plans to build a new, modular preschool on land it owns just east of its main high school/junior high building, according to a letter the district received last week from the Federal Aviation Administration. The letter, shown in part in the...

Construction of Gainesville School’s new preschool building has been put on hold pending the filing of paperwork required by the Federal Aviation Administration because of the school’s proximity to the Gainesville Memorial Airport on the other side of Bulldog Drive.
Gainesville City Council members, Gainesville Memorial Airport manager Ron Weldon, city attorney Lee Pipkin and Gainesville Schools superintendent Jeff Hyatt were to meet again Tuesday evening to discuss the issue of the airport’s proximity to the school. Because a real estate matter was to be...

Gainesville High School’s 2019 graduation exercises were held Friday, May 10. Jaima DeVries, above, is the class valedictorian, and Madison Trivitt, below, is salutatorian. (Photos reprinted from last week’s Times to correct the accidental reversal of their class ranks.)
Gainesville High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian head off to college with more than 20 hours of college credit already earned and a common dream for the future: Both girls hope to become physicians. Valedictorian Jaima DeVries has attended school in Gainesville for 15 years – starting with...
Gainesville City Council members, Gainesville Memorial Airport manager Ron Weldon, city attorney Lee Pipkin and Gainesville Schools superintendent Jeff Hyatt were to meet again Tuesday evening to discuss the issue of the airport’s proximity to the school. Because a real estate matter was to be...

Gainesville High School’s 2019 graduation exercises were held Friday, May 10. Jaima DeVries, above, is the class valedictorian, and Madison Trivitt, below, is salutatorian. (Photos reprinted from last week’s Times to correct the accidental reversal of their class ranks.)
Gainesville High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian head off to college with more than 20 hours of college credit already earned and a common dream for the future: Both girls hope to become physicians. Valedictorian Jaima DeVries has attended school in Gainesville for 15 years – starting with...

Gainesville preschool students were treated to a fun fire safety lesson from Gainesville Volunteer Fire Department firefighters last week. Students pictured with Gainesville fire chief Ed Doiron are, from left: Makenzie Lane, Greyson Dabney, Brayden Wilson, Tanner Jones, Oliver Paul, Elizabeth Havens, (back) Noland Barger, Ellie May Fullilove and Aspen Walrath-Papke. Front: Dakota Bishop, Fox Paul and Amy Smart.
Gainesville Volunteer Fire Department personnel visited the two Gainesville preschool classes last week, introducing the students to fire safety skills, giving them a tour of the fire engine and showing students what a firefighter might look like dressed in fire gear in case of a house fire....
Construction of Gainesville School’s new preschool building has been put on hold pending the filing of paperwork required by the Federal Aviation Administration because of the school’s proximity to the Gainesville Memorial Airport on the other side of Bulldog Drive. Also, after a spokesman for the...

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