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Highland Girls Take Last Second Thriller

Highland Girls Take Last Second Thriller By David Sharp    Samantha Murfin tossed in a game tying three ball with 30 seconds remaining in Highland’s February 15 home contest with…

Lady Tigers Win TCC Thriller Over Novinger

Lady Tigers Win TCC Thriller Over Novinger By David Sharp    Caroline Slavin sank a clutch jump shot from the elbow with 1.7 seconds remaining in the 2008 Brashear Girls’…

Brashear Tigers Draw Second District Seeding

Brashear Tigers Draw Second District Seeding By David Sharp    Linn County was seeded first on the girls’ side in the Class 1, District 6 basketball tournament at Linn County.…

Tigers Move to 6-1 In Conference With Homecoming Win

Tigers Move to 6-1 In Conference With Homecoming Win By David Sharp    Matt Thomas led three Tigers in double figures with 19 points while Brashear made it a 2008…

Rams Gore Eagle Conference Hopes

Schuyler County (12-9, 3-1) ran the floor effectively, scoring frequently in transition during a 67-61 win over Knox County on February 12. The conference loss coupled with a Clark County…

Knox Courtwarming King and Queen

Knox Courtwarming King and Queen

Knox Courtwarming King and QueenCOURTWARMING ROYALTY NAMED-Seniors Caley Palmer and Cory Shultz were named Knox County High School 2008 Court Warming King and Queen. KCHS graduates Tyson Ausmus and Kisha…

Knox County Chamber Plans Trivia Challenge

Knox County Chamber Plans Trivia Challenge By Carol Kincaid One of the main topics of the February 13 meeting of the Knox County Area Chamber of Commerce was the upcoming Trivia…

Knox Courtwarming

Knox Courtwarming

Knox CourtwarmingKCHS COURT WARMING ROYALTY AND COURT-Seniors Caley Palmer and Cory Shultz (shown in the center) were named Queen and King of the 2008 Knox County High School Court Warming…

Knowles, Roberts Plead Not Guilty

Knowles, Roberts Plead Not GuiltyTrial Setting, Motion Hearing March 7 By Crystal Howerton Shane Colby Roberts, 28, and Angela Dawn Knowles, 27, were arraigned in Knox County Circuit Court Friday,…

Council Continues to Focus on Derelict Properties

Council Continues to Focus on Derelict Properties

Council Continues to Focus on Derelict PropertiesBy Crystal Howerton (from minutes) In response to a public hearing prior to the January meeting of the Edina Board of Aldermen, council members continued…

No Plans To Replace Bridge

Jeff Briggs (MoDOT) andCarol Kincaid Preliminary studies of all Missouri bridges with gusset plates similar to the collapsed bridge in Minnesota are complete, with many already confirmed as safe, Missouri Department…