- AREA NEWS
- May 14, 2007
Clark County outscored the Eagles 35-20 during the second half of a key December 20, 2007 Tri-Rivers Conference boys’ game at Knox County and earned a 54-43 victory. The Indians (4-3, 1-0) capitalized on their second half scoring chances. Knox County led 19-9 at one point in the second quarter.READ MORE
"For the band members it took what was a band trip to Hawaii and made it something much more special, thanks to the stories the veterans shared with us it will now become an experience!" stated Mr. Robert Dooley, Clark County R-1 Band Director. Mr. Dooley was speaking about the "Night To Honor WWII Veterans" hosted by St. Francisville Lodge #588 A.F. & A.M.READ MORE
Due to complications in meeting some Corps of Engineer requirements, the bridge that spans the Wyaconda River south of Kahoka on the county road leading to Neeper, building a new bridge took longer than expected. But local officials celebrated the opening of the bridge on Tuesday afternoon, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Cutting the ribbon was Bonnie Brewer, wife of the late Clark County Presiding Commissioner Eddie Brewer. The new bridge is an 80 / 20 matching funds bridge with 80 percent coming from state and federal funds and the remaining funded by the county through an in kind match, which includes funds as well as labor. 80% of the cost of the bridge came to a total of $493,000.READ MORE
The future of the Wyaconda C-1 school district is in doubt, but the administration and school board won’t be going down without a fight.READ MORE
Clark County R-1 students will not undergo random drug testing, after the issue failed on a 3-4 vote at last Thursday’s meeting of the CCR-1 Board of Education meeting.
The topic had been introduced early in the year, following concerns expressed to at least one school board member by an area resident.
Both Clark County teams came up short on the road at South Shelby on Friday.READ MORE