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17th Annual Parade of Champions to be Held In Kahoka October 11

17th Annual Parade of Champions to be Held In Kahoka October 11

17th Annual Parade of Champions to be Held In Kahoka October 1117th Annual Parade of Champions to be Held In Kahoka October 11 Marching band fans will have a chance…

9th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration

 9th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration St. Joseph Church in Edina, Missouri is preparing for their 9th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration on Sunday, October 5, 2008. The day will begin with mass at…

Colors of the season . . .

Colors of the season . . .

Colors of the season . . .FALL COLORS—Autumn colors are everywhere, as Mother Nature brings out her fall pallette of colors to paint the landscape. These bright flowers were found…

Knox County Nursing Home Board Discusses Expense Concerns

Knox County Nursing Home Board Discusses Expense Concerns The Knox County Nursing Home District held their regular meeting on Wednesday, September 17 at 7 p.m. All Board members were present,…

Potential Early Graduates Approved

 Potential Early Graduates Approved By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) During the executive session meeting of the Knox County R-1 Board of Education on Tuesday evening, September 16, 2008, board members…

CCWWC Increases Water Rates

 CCWWC Increases Water Rates The Clarence Cannon Wholesale Water Commission approved the budget for the next fiscal year during the September board of directors meeting which increased the wholesale water…

Knox County Band Plays National Anthem

A video of the Knox County Marching Band performing the National Anthem on Friday night, September 26.…

Indians Win 42-0

Indians Win 42-0

 Posted 11:00PM Friday evening

Minta Grace “Peg” Kite

Minta Grace “Peg” Kite of Buhl died September 14, 2008 following a brief illness. She was 95.

Helen L. Roberts

Helen L. Roberts

 Helen L. Roberts, 78, of Kahoka, MO, died Monday, September 22, 2008 at the Keokuk Area Hospital in Keokuk, IA.

A New Way of Conducting State Business

Governor’s Column By Governor Matt Blunt A New Way of Conducting State Business When I ran for governor I promised we would identify savings for taxpayers across state government. One…

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