"The next two or three weeks are critical to the crops in Clark County" stated Bill Bonine Farm Lender at the Farm Service Agency in Clark County.READ MORE
The Clark County Extension Council held their annual picnic on July 19 at O-Mak-O-Hak Park and honored the Kevin and Tina Nixon family as the recipient of the 2007 State Fair Farm Family Award. This family was chosen according to specific criteria that includes: farm family engaged in agriculture; active supporters and cooperators with University Extension; active in community affairs and leadership; have children involved in 4-H, FFA, or are active in other youth organizations; and respected by their neighbors and community.READ MORE
Suzanne here–this will be my last column for some time to come. I’m moving back to Portland Oregon in two weeks and expect to be away for the next year or two. I’m moving back to the city to work on making and saving money to build a house here.READ MORE
As students’ first day of school commences in just over a month, preparations are in full swing for the upcoming day. On Tuesday evening, July 17, the Knox County R-1 Board of Education met to discuss and accept bids for milk, bread, laundry services and bus maintenance, policies and regulations were adopted and updates to the elementary handbook were approved.READ MORE
A special open session meeting was held in the board room at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, June 28, 2007.
Board members agreed to approve the amended agenda by striking Item 3 – Authorization for Payment of Bills.
This press release is to inform property owners that the assessor will be sending notices to real property owners if the value of their property has increased for the 2006-2007 assessment cycle.READ MORE