• School Health Advisory Council Makes Additional Recommendations0

    By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) The Knox County R-1 Board of Education met on Monday evening, January 14, 2008, having been moved up from the usual Tuesday meeting.During the meeting, School Nurse Kathy Palmer, RN, presented the recommendations of the Advisory Council for implementation to support the School Wellness Policy and the Alliance for a

  • Indians Show Improvement In Palmyra Tourney0

    By Herb ButlerOn Tuesday evening January 15 the Clark County Indians played their first game of the Palmyra Tournament against the Mark Twain Tigers.The Tigers started five sophomores. In the opening quarter Javis Vineyard hit a pair of threes, Michael Brennan added 6, and the Indians took the quarter 20-13.The second quarter saw Brennan add

  • Lady Indians Advance In Palmyra0

    By Herb Butler The Clark County Lady Indians opened the Palmyra Tournament on Monday, January 14 against the Bowling Green Lady Bobcats.They went into the tournament seeded 5th and the Lady Bobcats seeded 4th. The Lady Indians had no trouble handling Bowling Green with their press that Clark County is known for.The Lady Indians in

  • Lady Indians Take Third Place0

    By Herb Butler The Clark County Lady Indians battled the Highland Lady Cougars for third place in the Palmyra Tournament, after losing to Palmyra by one point in the semi finals.In the opening quarter the Lady Indians came out behind Daryle Goldie and Amanda Winters, with 4 points each, and Clark County took the quarter

  • Indians Claim Third Place At Palmyra

    Indians Claim Third Place At Palmyra0

    By Herb Butler The Clark County Indians followed the Lady Indians by claiming third place in the Palmyra Tournament. In the first quarter, Canton’s Josh Ellison came to prove the Tigers were not to be taken lightly, as he hit a pair of threes, but the Indians also can shoot from the outside, as they

  • Farm City Night Scheduled0

    The Clark County Extension Council is in the process of finalizing plans for the 23rd Farm/City Night, which is scheduled for Saturday, February 16, at the Clark County Middle School in Kahoka.  This event is free of charge and open to the public.  The evening will begin with a free soup and sandwich supper, provided



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