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Soil Fertility Among Topics On All Three Tours

Soil fertility will be featured on each of the three tours, even the beef tour, at the Greenley Memorial Research Center Field Day, Aug. 2, at the University of Missouri…

Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Sam Gunter Retires After 33 Years in Knox County

Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Sam Gunter Retires After 33 Years in Knox County

The retirement of Missouri Conservation Agent Sam Gunter marks the end of long and rewarding career in Knox County. After serving Knox County for over 33 years, he will retire…

James L. Scott

James Leroy Scott, age 81, of Raytown, Missouri formerly of Knox County, Missouri, died Saturday July 28, 2007, at the Edgewood Manor Nursing Home in Raytown, Missouri.

Old Time News

A look at Knox County's past . . .…

Herbert J. Echternkamp

Herbert J. Echternkamp

 Herbert John "Fuzz" Echternkamp, age 84, formerly of 950 St. Charles, Quincy died Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at 7:15 a.m. at Knox County Nursing Home in Edina, MO.

CAFO Buzz

Seems there’s been quite a buzz about CAFOs lately. And this is more than the buzz emanating from CAFO flies; this is the buzz coming from four recent events, all…

Clark County Back to School Fair

Do you know about Clark County’s Back to School Fair?  It is an excellent family learning experience while receiving your necessary school supplies!  This is supported…

Route U in Scotland County closed for railroad work Wednesday

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway will be replacing track and repairing the crossing on Route U just south of Gorin on Wednesday, July 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. …

Results Of Selective Traffic Enforcement Operations Conducted In The Troop B Area During The Month Of July

Captain John W. Elliott, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces the results of Selective Traffic Enforcement Operations conducted in the Troop B area during the…

Revenue Department’s Customer Service Commitment Means No Office Visit This Year for Disabled Hangtag Holders

 Every year thousands of disabled Missourians have taken trips to their local motor vehicle license office to renew their disabled placards, or "hangtags", so they may continue to use convenient…

DAVID SCHRAGE PLEADS GUILTY TO MULTIPLE WILDLIFE VIOLATIONS OCCURRING IN COLORADO AND MISSOURI

David Schrage pled guilty to multiple violations involving hunting activities in Colorado and Missouri, United States Attorney Catherine L. Hanaway announced today.…