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Hurdland 4th of July Event Celebrates 136 Years

  By Crystal Howerton Hurdland will host its 136th annual Fourth of July Celebration on Thursday, July 3 and Friday, July 4th, 2008. Festivities will kick off Thursday afternoon at…

Kirksville Man Admits to Anhydrous Theft

 Kirksville Man Admits to Anhydrous Theft On June 6, 2008 at approximately 1700 hours, Adam Scott, 30, of Kirksville, MO was arrested after a lengthy investigation ended for purchasing over…

Knox Co. School Board Responds to Rising Fuel Prices

 Knox Co. School Board Responds to Rising Fuel Prices By Crystal Howerton During the school board meeting on Tuesday evening, June 17, 2008, Knox County R-1 Superintendent D.J. Leverton opened…

Three Attend Youth Tour In DC

Three Attend Youth Tour In DC

Three Attend Youth Tour In DCWashington, D.C. – 84 high school juniors participated in Missouri’s forty-fourth annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. June 13-19. Local delegates were (from…

Levees Still Holding At Alexandria

 So far, so good for Alexandria. . .

Over 75 Red Cross Workers Sustain Three Shelter Operations

Over 75 Red Cross Workers Sustain Three Shelter Operations Red Cross workers provide shelter and feeding to five counties along the Mississippi River Hannibal, Friday, June 20, 2008 – As…

LARRY RAY

LARRY RAY

 Larry Ray, age 60, of Luray, MO, died unexpectedly Saturday, June 21, 2008, in the emergency room of Keokuk Area Hospital.

DAVID SIMMS LILLARD

David Simms Lillard, age 54, of LaBelle, MO died on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at his residence south of LaBelle, MO.

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh

Harley Family to Help Create New Program at ShilohHarley Family to Help Create New Program at Shiloh Shelbina, MO – After this springs’ graduation, some students at Shiloh Christian Children’s…

Avenue of the Saints Celebration On Hold

Avenue of the Saints Celebration On Hold HANNIBAL – In light of the flooding and the efforts of the communities along the Mississippi River and the Avenue of the Saints,…

JAMES W. SHARP

JAMES W. SHARP

James W. Sharp, 75, of Overland Park, Kansas, died Saturday, January 26, 2008 at Overland Park Regional Medical Center.