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Bobbie Dean English

Bobbie Dean English, age 76, of LaBelle, Missouri died Tuesday, August 14, 2007 in Blessing Hospital, Quincy, IL.…

Parents should do their own safety homework, be wary of heat stress as they send kids back to school

Before the kids head back to school after their summer breaks, parents should do some homework of their own to make sure the new school year is safe on several…

35th Festival Of Bluegrass Kicks Off Wednesday

The Kahoka Festival of Bluegrass Music, celebrating its 35th year which opens on Wednesday, August 15th will run through Saturday, August 18th. …

Trump Golf Tournament

Ninety-six golfers braved Saturday’s the heat and humidity for a good cause, as the Seventh Annual Mark Trump Memorial Golf Tournament was played at Kahoka’s Twin Lakes Golf Course.  The…

Friday Morning Collision Kills Tennesse Woman

A two car, head on collision Friday morning on Highway 27, two miles south of Wayland left a Clarksville, Tennessee woman dead and three others injured.…

CCR-1 School Board Sets 2007-08 Tax Rate

The Clark County R-1 School Board tackled a long agenda at its meeting Monday evening, August 13.  The meeting had been moved to Monday from its usual Thursday meeting date.

Knox Co. Quail Focus Area Annual Cookout and Habitat Tour

Storms swept through the surrounding area late on Wednesday afternoon, August 8, 2007 providing the county with some much-needed rain prior to the Knox County Quail Focus Area (QFA) Annual…

Carnival Coming to Downtown Kirksville

The City of Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department along with the Kirksville Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Evans United Shows, a carnival ride company from Plattsburg, MO, in…

Dry, hot weather makes watering newly planted trees, shrubs tricky; too much or too little moisture can prove fatal

Below normal precipitation and hot weather across much of Missouri can make watering newly planted trees and shrubs tricky, said a University of Missouri horticulturist. …

Potato leafhoppers continue to infest alfalfa, exceeding economic threshold levels

Potato leafhopper adults and nymphs continue to infest alfalfa throughout the state with many infestations exceeding economic threshold levels, said a University of Missouri agronomist. When these levels are exceeded,…

STEWART, PORTER, WALKER, SCHROEDER AND RACHELS TAKES MOUNTAIN-DEW BLOOMFIELD CHECKERS

Racing action at the Mountain-Dew Bloomfield Speedway was as hot as the temps for the second straight week in August. Sponsored by Slayton Polaris of Downing, Mo. and kids getting…