• JOE H. MOYER0

    Joe Hershel Moyer, age 94, of rural Novelty, Missouri, died Friday, July 25, 2008, in the Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri.
    Joe was born August 4, 1913, on a homestead near Wildwood, Canada, the son of Joe Lewellyn and Dora Kephart Moyer.

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  • West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later0

     West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later Though mosquitoes often become a nuisance in early summer, the breeds that are known to carry and spread West Nile virus (WNV) typically don’t increase their activity until the warmer summer months, and this activity can continue well into the fall as long as temperatures remain warm.

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  • West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later0

     West Nile Virus Risk Now Sooner Than Later Though mosquitoes often become a nuisance in early summer, the breeds that are known to carry and spread West Nile virus (WNV) typically don’t increase their activity until the warmer summer months, and this activity can continue well into the fall as long as temperatures remain warm.

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  • Drug Arrest Made

    Drug Arrest Made0

    On July 22, 2008 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Gene A Roberts date of birth February 14, 1963 of Rural Kahoka Missouri. The Kahoka Police Department in cooperation with the Clark County Sheriff office arrested Roberts during a traffic stop. During the arrest Roberts was found to be in possession of

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  • Celebrating five years of building hope and saving lives0

     Celebrating five years of building hope and saving lives QUINCY, IL – Blessing Hospital, Quincy Medical Group, and Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University are joining together to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Blessing Cancer Center. Quincy and the tri-state region have been incredibly supportive of the Blessing Cancer Center. Amazing

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  • American Red Cross Responds to Novinger Flooding0

    American Red Cross Responds to Novinger FloodingFamilies Forced From Their Homes Early Friday Kirksville, MO- North Central Missouri Red Cross staff and volunteers responded to Novinger early this afternoon after sheriff’s deputies reported residents were forced from their homes. Approximately eight families with homes in low-lying areas near state highway O were flooded. The chapter

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