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Registration for Ozark Football Association’s 2018 tackle football and cheerleading will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, at Gainesville High School. Football is open to third through sixth graders, with third and fourth graders in one division and fifth and sixth graders in the...
Lutie School’s teachers nominated Brenda Johnston, left, the school’s Title 1 teacher, as the teacher of the year for kindergarten through grade 6. The teachers nominated English teacher Sandy Woody, right, as the grades 7-12 teacher of the year. From a scoring-guide rubric, a committee then chose...

Westin Wilson
Westin  Wilson from the Gainesville High School FFA chapter attended the state FFA HYMAX freshmen leadership camp June 15-17. The camp, sponsored by the Missouri FFA Association, was held at Camp Rising Sun at the Lake of the Ozarks State Park.  Only 100 high school freshmen students were chosen to...

Among the fun and educational activities offered during Bakersfield R-IV’s summer school recently, students learned the practical skill of canning vegetables. At left, Bakersfield teacher Stephanie Guffey shows Hunter Belt how full to pack a jar of green beans in preparation for canning.

Logan Strong, a recent Missouri State Univeristy graduate with a degree in exercise and movement science, is starting JUMP! Academy, a new after-school program for Gainesville students.
A new after-school program for elementary students in Gainesville is in the works for the 2018-2019 school year. The program, JUMP! Academy, is not affiliated with Gainesville R-V Schools. It’s the brainchild of Logan Strong, a recent Missouri State University graduate who holds a degree in...
Ozark Countians were among those named to the Drury University dean’s list for the spring semester for both traditional day students and for night-school students.Kaylee Danielle Dimirsky of Wasola has been named to the dean’s list for traditional day students.These Ozark Countians were named to...
Legan Tiller, daughter of Mike and Charline Tiller of Gainesville, was recently awarded the National Enzyme Chemistry Award at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout as part of the 2018 annual student awards presentations. Tiller is a 2016 Gainesville High School graduate.  C of O awards are given...
Two Caulfield residents were among the 2,631 graduates who received degrees at Missouri State University’s 2018 spring commencement exercises on May 18 at JQH Arena in Springfield.Cole Denton graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, and Shelby Harris graduated with a Bachelor of Science...
Sydnie Chance Russian of Hardenville graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree, and Haley Wood of Theodosia graduated with a master’s degree in education at Truman State University’s spring 2018 commencement exercises in Kirksville.
Two local area students were among the 582 spring 2018 graduates at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa. The university also has a campus in Independence.Sally Hambelton of Gainesville and Julie Gunter of Pottersville both graduated with a Master of Science degree in nursing (family nurse...

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