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Ozark County Community Foundation board president Kerrie Zubrod, center, presents a $10,000 check from the Leroy and Ovia Marie McGinnis fund, which is invested with OCCF, to be used for the updating of the Gainesville High School and Junior High library. Combined with a recent $20,000 Coover...

Jodi Burns
Bakersfield Middle School science teacher Jodi Burns has been offered a summer fellowship at Penn State University’s Center for Nanoscale Science and the Department of Physics. The 2019 Interdisciplinary Materials Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program is a six-week, full-time residential...

Jodi Burns
Bakersfield Middle School science teacher Jodi Burns has been offered a summer fellowship at Penn State University’s Center for Nanoscale Science and the Department of Physics. The 2019 Interdisciplinary Materials Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program is a six-week, full-time residential...

Photo by Karla Smith Dora High School sophomore Bryson Luna has been named to the “high honorable mention” list in the 2019 Rawlings/ Perfect Game Preseason Underclass All-American teams.
Dora High School sophomore Bryson Luna has been recognized as a Perfect Game / Rawlings Preseason All American team member.  Bryson was selected as a “high honorable mention” in the 2019 Rawlings / Perfect Game Preseason Underclass All-American team program that recognizes the top freshman,...
Gainesville superintendent Jeff Hyatt said he is “sorely disappointed” in the results of the April 2 general municipal election in which voters turned down the school district’s two financial proposals – one for facility improvements and one for building a new gymnasium.  Monday, he expressed some...

Photo by Karla Smith Dora High School sophomore Bryson Luna has been named to the “high honorable mention” list in the 2019 Rawlings/ Perfect Game Preseason Underclass All-American teams.
Dora High School sophomore Bryson Luna has been recognized as a Perfect Game / Rawlings Preseason All American team member.  Bryson was selected as a “high honorable mention” in the 2019 Rawlings / Perfect Game Preseason Underclass All-American team program that recognizes the top freshman,...
Gainesville superintendent Jeff Hyatt said he is “sorely disappointed” in the results of the April 2 general municipal election in which voters turned down the school district’s two financial proposals – one for facility improvements and one for building a new gymnasium.  Monday, he expressed some...

Gainesville High School students stood in the parking lot Friday to watch a mock vehicle crash that was staged to show them how area emergency personnel – and parents – respond to the victims involved in a tragic fatality caused, in this enactment, by a drunk teenage driver.
Gainesville High School students watched solemnly Friday, the day before prom, as area law enforcement and emergency personnel performed their jobs in a mock car crash caused by a drunk teenage driver, with six GHS students portraying the victims and the drunk driver.  Emergency Medical Technician...

Jon Wilson’s Gainesville High School agriculture class met outside to check the progress on the new greenhouse being constructed at the school. When complete, the 30’ x 60’ structure will be fully automated with the latest technology. The greenhouse will feature an interior shade cloth and automatic irrigation and fertilization, all of which can be programmed remotely with a smart phone. Members of the class are, from left, (front) Teagan Broderick, Katelin Morse, Abby Donley, Kendra Sisney, Gracyn Blackburn, Cheyanne Clinton. Back row: Wesley Stevens, Gracie Strain, Cody Donley, Kerith Yarger, GHS ag teacher and FFA adviser Jon Wilson, Weston Walker, Westin Wilson, Gus Goodman and Gainesville R-V superintendent Dr. Jeff Hyatt.
Gainesville High School agriculture students were excited as they gathered recently for a tour of the new greenhouse now under construction.  With the framing complete, GHS agriculture teacher / FFA adviser Jon Wilson walked the students around the structure, pointing out where overhead doors will...

Lynda Smith and Tim Masters
Tim Masters was elected and Lynda Smith was re-elected to the Dora Board of Education Tuesday, and voters in the Gainesville school district turned down two funding requests, continuing a longstanding tradition of denying the district’s funding-increase proposals.  These total votes were cast for...

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