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Susan Galloway ‘Sue’ Coldwell | 73 | Pleasant Hill

Susan Galloway “Sue” Coldwell, 73, of Pleasant Hill, IL passed away Saturday, June 11, 2022, at the Calhoun Care Center in Hardin. Sue was born Feb. 15, 1949 in Pittsfield, the daughter of Robert and Betty Galloway. She married Joe Coldwell on May 29, 1977 and he preceded her in death in 2018. Sue graduated…

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PHHS announces fourth quarter and second semester honor rolls

Pleasant Hill High School has announced the fourth quarter and second semester honor roll for their school. Those named to the honor rolls are: • Fourth quarter All As: Madison Burse, Brody Dolbeare, Carter Dolbeare, Jadyn Hartsock, Emma Henderson, Hannah Hill, Peyton Lawson, Kenze Lippincott, McKinley Lowe, Austin Orr, Madalyn Sidwell, Reese Thompson, Ava Wombles.…

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Griggsville-Perry High School Quarter 4 honor roll

Honor Roll: Students that have earned all As and Bs for Quarter 4. • Freshmen Georgie Bartlett, Ava Bennett, Braden Brown, Ethan Broyles, Jenna Goodwin, Gunnar Kirgan, Flint Kirk, Bradyn Lister, Jillian Orr, Peyton Syrcle. • Sophomores Mason Bolton, Holden Dunham, Logan Hobson, Jeffrey Leonard, Lane Lipcaman, Nathalie Lothridge, Saylor Martin, Dayne McCallister, Michael Myers,…

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Pike County Schools hold eighth grade promotions

By BETH ZUMWALT Schools in Pike County promoting students from eighth grade to high school include: Griggsville-Perry: Josie Rae Bradshaw, Keegan Lee Buhlig, Colytn James Dehart, Jaxon Lee Dorsey, Allie Loren Nicole Dunmire, Chase William Elliott, Claire Noelle Evans, Leighana Grace Geisendorfer, Ellorie Shailyn Lambeth, Ty Michael Leenerts, Jacob Aean Leonard, Briar Eli Takodah Lothridge,…

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Pikeland Public Schools Foundation awards $24,500 in scholarships

The Pikeland Public Schools Foundation is a nonprofit organization established to enhance the educational experience of the students in Pikeland School District #10. The Foundation was established in 1988. The board is comprised of 12 volunteer business and educational leaders whose primary focus is to oversee the investment and appropriate funds as they are bestowed…

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Pike County HCE announces scholarship winners

Kaylee Spencer and Claire Tate, both graduating seniors at Griggsville-Perry High School, were the winners of the Pike County Home and Community Education Association (HCE) $250 scholarships. Kaylee, the daughter of Shane and Lisa Spencer, is active in National Honor Society, on the High Honor Roll, received the Excellent Student award in Spanish, is active…

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Pike County Historical Society announces scholarship winner

Raegan Smithers was announced as the recipient of the Pike County Historical Society’s 2022 scholarship. In order to be considered for the scholarship, applicants were asked to write an essay about a person, place or even in Pike County’s history. Raegan shares about her essay: “I wanted to share the history of Highland Farms to…

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Invitation to JWCC presidential search open forum and online profile survey

The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees has contracted with Pauly Group, Inc. to facilitate the Presidential Search following the announced retirement of President Mike Elbe. The Board of Trustees values your input and invites you to participate in an open forum to express your thoughts as to the characteristics needed in the next…

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Hayden named PHS Saukee Citizen of the Month

Jess Hayden, a senior at Pittsfield High School (PHS), was recently selected as the May Saukee Citizen of the Month. He is the son of Jack and Angie Hayden. Hayden’s activities include Basketball, FFA, and Spanish Club. He was voted Saukee Citizen by the faculty and staff at PHS. The selection was based on helping…

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