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St. Patrick Post Office to Celebrate 150th

"It’s nearly beyond one’s imagination to think of the influence that one lowly, slave, shepherd, St. Patrick, has had in almost every corner of the world", so writes Pat McCarthy…

Sping Fling?

Sping Fling?

Sping Fling?SPRING FLING?  The weekend’s warm temperatures brough thousands of snow geese to the area.  These geese were photographed just to the north and east of Kahoka.…

Death of Beloved Pet Inspires Book Success For Kahoka Native Linda Mohr

Death of Beloved Pet Inspires Book Success For Kahoka Native Linda Mohr

Death of Beloved Pet Inspires Book Success For Kahoka Native Linda MohrBy Mike Scott When Kahoka native Linda Mohr’s beloved cat, Tatianna, died of feline kidney disease on the Saturday…

Kahoka Man Acquitted Of Rape Charges

Kahoka Man Acquitted Of Rape Charges A Kahoka man was found not guilt of sex charges by a Marion County jury.  Raymond Boyd, 31, of Kahoka was charged in January…

Kahoka Council Awards Waterline Replacement Bid

By Mike Scott The Kahoka Board of Aldermen took the next step in the improving the city’s water distribution system.  At a Monday, March 3, special session meeting, the board…

HAZEL ROBERTA HEAD

HAZEL ROBERTA HEAD

   Hazel Roberta Head, 78, of Novelty, Missouri, died unexpectedly, Wednesday, February 27, 2008, at her residence in Novelty, Missouri.…

MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers

MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers   COLUMBIA, Mo. – Teens who want to learn about video production…

Last spring’s freeze means fruit growers must prune more, split fertilizer applications

Last spring’s freeze means fruit growers must prune more, split fertilizer applications COLUMBIA, Mo. – The unprecedented freeze of spring 2007 will affect fruit harvested this year, requiring more pruning…

Seeding legumes in pastures cuts nitrogen cost,boosts livestock performance, MU specialist says

Seeding legumes in pastures cuts nitrogen cost,boosts livestock performance, MU specialist says COLUMBIA, Mo. – High-priced nitrogen has livestock producers worried about the cost of fertilizing their pastures, said a…

LEE M. ST. CLAIR

LEE M. ST. CLAIR

Lee M. St. Clair, 91, of Canton, MO. died February 28, 2008 at the Lewis County Nursing Home in Canton, Missouri.…

LUCILLE SOPER

LUCILLE SOPER

LUCILLE SOPERLUCILLE SOPER Lucille Soper, age 68, of Alexandria, MO, died Sunday, March 2, 2008, at Lexington Square in Keokuk, IA, where she had resided since January. She was born…