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Masons’ gift supports Lutie backpack program
Len Modlinski, left, Masonic Home representative for Sampson Masonic Lodge #298 in Theodosia, and Lewis Nauss, master of Sampson Lodge, on Oct. 9 presented a $600 check to Lutie School guidance counselor Alisha Favazza to help support the school’s backpack program, which provides food for students...

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The Thornfield Tigers earned second place in the Thornfield Tournament  Thursday, Oct. 5. Members of the team are, from left, (front) Mason Husser and Isiah Stern;(back Coby Dooley, Zach Collins, Lance Day, Westyn Merriett, Garrett Cunningham, Jake Donley and coach Terry Ewing. 

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The Lutie Indians won first place at the tournament held Oct. 2-5 at Thornfield School. Members of the team are, from left, coach Buck Comstock, Tyler Garrison, Cadan Billingsley, Seth Warnol, Andrew Ault, Austin Coons, Austin Wensel, Mateo Robles and coach Matthew Tucker. The team ended its season...
The testing center at Missouri State University-West Plains is now offering the Graduate Record Exam for students interested in applying to graduate school or business schools that require the GRE as part of the admissions process. The first three test dates are Oct. 26, Nov. 16 and Dec. 14. Area...
Officials with Phi Beta Lambda, the student organization for business leaders at Missouri State University-West Plains, will host a car show from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, just west of the Smith-London Centennial Bell Tower on the MSU-WP campus. Entry fees are $10 per participant;...
Gainesville’s Lady Bulldogs took on number three seeded Hartville in the first round of  the Class 2, District 1 fall softball tournament and came away with a 17-15 victory. “It was back and forth the entire game,” said GHS coach Cody Swearengin. “The girls really played hard. We were aggressive at...
 Gainesville R-V School District is hosting the Summit Conference junior high basketball tournaments in the high school gym  beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. Seeding for the girls’ tournament is as follows: Gainesville, Hartville, Mansfield, Marion County/Early, Conway, Norwood, Seymour amd...

Members of the Class 1, District 2 championship softball team are, from left, (front) Kryslyn Colvin and Desiree Downen; (second row) Keeli Land, Taylor Trail, Hailey Jones; (back row) coach Dylan Fox, Vanessa Woolbright, Sarah Fehr, Riley Collins, Mary Fehr, Briley McKemie, Abby Kelley, Makinna Loftis, Shayla Rowan, Haley Thompson and coach Paxton Smith. Photo by Shana Hambelton.
The Dora Lady Falcons fought back from an early deficit to defeat Crocker 9-8 in the  Class 1, District 2 championship game Saturday, Oct. 7, in Crocker. After giving up a homerun in the first inning, the Lady Falcons responded with two runs, but Crocker was able to do most of their scoring in the...

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Gainesville and Lutie students gathered around the schools' flag poles Sept. 27 at GHS to participate in the “See You at the Pole” tradition. The globally observed gathering has been ongoing for 25 years. According to SYATP.com, the annual See You at the Pole observance is about “one simple act -...
Logan Strong of Gainesville and Kirsten Watson of Wasola have been named to the Missouri State University-Springfield dean’s list for the summer session. To be named to the summer session dean’s list, students must be enrolled in at least six credit hours and earn at least a 3.50 grade point...

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