• Council Continues to Focus on Derelict Properties

    Council Continues to Focus on Derelict Properties0

    By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) In response to a public hearing prior to the January meeting of the Edina Board of Aldermen, council members continued to discuss the status of derelict properties during the February 11 meeting.Mayor Davey Strickler read a letter that the City had received from Jack McCauley concerning his properties at 101 E.

  • No Plans To Replace Bridge0

    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 of Transportation bridge engineers announced recently.Engineers are evaluating the state’s 232 truss bridges.  Truss bridges use steel beams joined together by steel gusset plates to

  • Lady Indians Fall at Canton 47-430

    By Herb ButlerThe Clark County Lady Indians traveled to Canton to take on one of the hottest girls teams in our area, state ranked in 2-A. The Lady Indians came out and took a seven point lead, but that did not last long, as the Lady Tigers came back and led 11-8 after one quarter.

  • Lady Indians Cap “Great Streak”

    Lady Indians Cap “Great Streak”0

    The Clark County Lady Indians brought their 6-0 Conference record into the gym against the ladies from North Shelby, who were sporting a 1-3 conference record. The Lady Indians came out and said there will be no upset tonight. The six seniors playing their last Tri Rivers Conference game were not going to let that happen.

  • Indians Lose to Canton Tigers On Road, 52-450

    By Herb Butler The Clark County Indians traveled to Tiger county to do battle with the Canton Tigers on Friday night, February 16.. The Indians hold a win over Canton this year, but tonight would be different.In the first quarter, both teams looked like this was their first ball game ever, as the quarter ended

  • District 7 Basketball Schedule Announced0

    The Clark County Indians have been seeded fifth in the Class 3, District 7 boys’ basketball tournament, to be played at Palmyra next week.The Indians will take on the fourth seeded Macon team on Monday night, February 25, at 8:30 PM.  The winner of that contest will challenge top-seeded and state ranked Highland on Wednesday,