• MoDOT Says Bridge Structurally Safe, People Say Bridge is too Narrow

    MoDOT Says Bridge Structurally Safe, People Say Bridge is too Narrow0

     By Carol Kincaid A very informal public meeting was held in the office of the Knox County Commissioners about the bridge G-453, less than a half mile north of Edina on State Highway 15. MoDOT representatives David T. Silvester, Assistant District Engineer, and Jennifer Hinson,m North Area Engineer, both from District 3, and Nate Walker,

  • Clark Co. Jail Inmate, Husband Charged With Conspiracy0

     By Mike Scott Angela Knowles, the woman who along with her brother Shane Roberts, were allegedly involved in the 2006 Knox City murder of Larry Callahan, is in more trouble in Clark County.Angela and her husband Rusty were arrested April 1, after they allegedly conspired to bring illegal narcotics into the Clark County Jail, where

  • Clark County 4-H leader Honored0

     COLUMBIA, Mo. – Pamela Oiler of Farmington, Iowa, received the Frank Graham Leadership Award from the Missouri 4-H Foundation, March 28.The award honors individuals who volunteer their time to work with young people enrolled in University of Missouri Extension’s 4-H youth development program. It is named for the former MU Extension 4-H director, Frank Graham

  • Good-Bye, Eight Block Schedule0

     The Clark County R-1 school board had some big items on the agenda Thursday night, April 10, and nearly 100 people attended the meeting, filling the middle school library.

  • Running Fox Students Honored

    Running Fox Students Honored0

     . HONORED FOR ACADEMICS–Several Running Fox Elementary students who scored Advanced or Proficient on the Math MAP test were honored by the CCR-1 School Board during last Thursday’s meeting. 93.3% of Running Fox 4th graders scored in the Advanced and Proficient levels on the MAP test, while the state average was only 45.3%.

  • Kahoka City Board Passes 2008-09 Wage Ordinance0

    The Kahoka Board of Aldermen tackled a full agenda at their Monday night, April 14 meeting.
    Two public hearings were held to open the meeting