• Lady Tigers Pull Out Season Opening Win0

    Lady Tigers Pull Out Season Opening Win By David Sharp    Marion County overcame a 12-4 Brashear lead with a 21-13 second half surge, threatening to spoil the Lady Tigers’ varsity home opener. Jessi Hill scored eight of her team leading 12 points in the final 3:12 lifting Brashear to a 37-31 win. Hailee Kelsey

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  • RICHARD W. BERRY

    RICHARD W. BERRY0

    RICHARD W. BERRY      Richard (Dick) Wallace Berry, born September 31, 1933 in Edina, MO, passed away November 19, 2007, in Mesa, AZ and former long time resident of Muskegon, Michigan.     Richard married Barbara Jean Brandt on July 2, 1954 in Atchison, KS. He graduated valedictorian from Edina High School in 1951.   Dick

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  • MARY VIOLA WILLEY0

      Viola Willey, age 91, of Shelbina, Missouri died Thursday, November 8, 2007 at Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal, Missouri

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  • ELTON JAY EMEL0

    Elton Jay Emel, 83, passed away November 24, 2007, at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois.

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  • Life Skills Students Design Disaster Backpacks

    Life Skills Students Design Disaster Backpacks0

       KCHS Life skills students have successfully completed the "Disaster Backpack" project which they started early in the fall.  Life skills students have put together emergency packs for all classrooms at Knox County High School, Middle School, and Elementary School.  Each backpack contains a bottle of water; crackers (both peanut butter and non peanut butter); a flashlight & batteries; class enrollment lists; absentee slips; an ice pack; various sized band-aids, and assorted other first aid items.

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  • NEMO RPC Holds Waste Tire Collection0

    Recently local residents took part in the Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission’s 2007 Waste Tire Collection. The district held a total of six two-day collections.  One collection per county was offered to residents of Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Schuyler, and Scotland Counties.  Residents bringing tires to the collection were required to sign a waiver stating that the tires were not derived from a tire related business.

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