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Cheer Clinic

Cheer Clinic

Cheer ClinicLITTLE INDIAN CHEER CLINIC–Sixty nine K-5 students took part in the Little Indian Cheer Clinic on Saturday, hosted by the CCR-1 Varsity Cheerleaders.  They were divided into three groups …

Local Craftsman To Receive National Attention

Local Craftsman To Receive National Attention

Local Craftsman To Receive National AttentionBy Mike Scott “I’m not really an artist or anything .  I really like doing the outdoor stuff,” said Kent Spory of Wayland. A bench…

Eastern Star To Celebrate 100th Anniversary

By Kevin Fox On January 30th Kahoka #40 Order of the Eastern Star will celebrate the 100th anniversary of it’s formation at the chapter’s building in Wayland.  Kahoka #40 has…

COURTWARMING

COURTWARMING

COURTWARMINGCOURTWARMING KING AND QUEEN–The CCR-1 Courtwarming King and Queen for 2008 are Ryan St. Clair and Audrey Moon.  The pair were voted on by students throughout the week, and announced…

Few Candidates File For April Elections

By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 board of education is sure to have some new faces after the April 8 elections.  Four candidates have filed for three open seats,…

It’s Your Money! Clark County Approves $4.2 Million Budget

Projects 24.55 % Spending Increase Over 2007…

Lady Eagles Soar To Win at Marion County

Lady Eagles Soar To Win at Marion County

Lady Eagles Soar To Win at Marion CountyBy David Sharp Knox County proved their North Shelby Tournament victory over Marion County was no fluke with a 46-32 win at Philadelphia.…

KC Eagles Stuff Milan Boys in Tri-Rivers Play

KC Eagles Stuff Milan Boys in Tri-Rivers Play

KC Eagles Stuff Milan Boys in Tri-Rivers PlayBy David Sharp Knox County (10-6, 4-1 in the conference) jumped out to a 29-11 first quarter lead in January 22, Tri-Rivers Conference…

Eagles And Lady Tigers Top Brashear Brackets

By David SharpBrashear was seeded first in the girls’ bracket and Knox County was placed on top of the boys’ bracket at the 2008 Brashear Tournament, slated for February 4-9.…

Lady Eagles Take Conference Game From Milan Wildcats

By David Sharp Knox County forced 35 Milan turnovers during a January 22, Tri-Rivers Conference girls’ game at Knox County. The Lady Eagles improved to 7-8 overall on the season…

Elementary Student Contributes $125 to Help Mom Quit Smoking

Elementary Student Contributes  $125 to Help Mom Quit Smoking

Elementary Student Contributes $125 to Help Mom Quit SmokingSubmitted by Cindy Gunter  Cedric Boone received a huge pat on the back from Knox County Smokebusters and Beyond for his efforts…

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