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DONNA PERRY

DONNA PERRY

   Donna Dee Perry, of Knox City, Missouri, died Sunday, July 15, 2007, at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois, at 67 years of age.

ROSIE LEE GROSS

ROSIE LEE GROSS

   Rosie Lee Gross, of Steffenville, Missouri, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Thursday, July 19, 2007, in the LaBelle Manor Care Center, LaBelle, Missouri,…

Former Deputy Files Sex Discrimination Complaint

A former Clark County deputy has filed a complaint with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights against both Clark County and Sheriff Roy Gilbert, alleging that she was discriminated against…

“Terrific” 126th Clark County Fair Planned

It's going to be terrific!" stated Clark County Fairboard member Jeff Arnold. "We (Fairboard) have worked very hard this past year and we have new events for this year.…

Policy, Handbook Changes Top CCR-1 Board Agenda

The Clark County R-1 School Board approved a number of policy and student handbook changes as it moved through a lengthy agenda during its Thursday, July 12 meeting.…

QUINCY UNIVERSITY APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS

 Syndi Peck has been appointed to the position of director of admissions at Quincy University.  Peck joined the QU staff in January of 2006 as coordinator of…

BOND BLASTS SENATE LEADERSHIP FOR RETREAT AND DEFEAT IRAQ STRATEGY

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Kit Bond, the Vice-Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, today joined Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Joe Lieberman…

Tuesday Morning Storm Brings Wind, Rain

Tuesday Morning Storm Brings Wind, Rain

A brief thunderstorm rolled through Clark County Tuesday morning, bringing a heavy but brief rainfall and strong, gusty winds to the area.…

The New Wildlife Refuge: Golf Courses?

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Golf courses are known as centers for human recreation, but if managed properly, they also could be important wildlife sanctuaries, a University…

SEN. SHOEMYER SUPPORTS CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSION

JEFFERSON CITY – Senator Wes Shoemyer, D-Clarence, today expressed support for Governor Blunt’s proposal to call a special legislative session this year to pass a revised Quality Jobs bill.  The…

Nixon Campaign Banks More Than $1 Million in 2nd Quarter

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missourians from all regions have made 7,716 contributions to Attorney General Jay Nixon’s campaign for Governor, helping the campaign bank more than $1…