• Black Hawk Student Wins National FCE Contest

    Black Hawk Student Wins National FCE Contest0

     Black Hawk Student Wins National FCE Contest By Kevin Fox “I was really surprised when I received the letter saying that my artwork had won at the national level! And when I called and told my teacher, Mrs. McAfee I think she was crying on the phone she was so happy for me. It was

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  • OLD SETTLERS’ QUEEN AND PRINCESS

    OLD SETTLERS’ QUEEN AND PRINCESS0

    OLD SETTLERS’ QUEEN AND PRINCESS–Courtney Carter was chosen as the 2008 Old Settlers’ Queen, while Emily Sutterfield was name Old Settlers’ Princess. More photos can be seen inside and online at www.nemonews.net. Click the big blue button.

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  • MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED0

     MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— More than $8 million in disaster aid has been approved in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) loans for Missouri residents and businesses suffering damage from the severe storms and flooding between June 1 and Aug. 13,

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  • HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNS OF RABIES RISKS IN UNVACCINATED PETS0

    HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNS OF RABIES RISKS IN UNVACCINATED PETS An official with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) today reminded Missourians to do all they can to protect their pets and themselves from the threat of rabies. According to Dr. Howard Pue, State Public Health Veterinarian, vaccinating your pets is the best

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  • Hulshof outlines court plan0

    Hulshof outlines court planSteps can be taken to make state’s judicial system more job-friendly St. Louis, Mo – Kenny Hulshof continues to outline specific plans to improve Missouri’s job climate. Today, he presented a package of reforms that would increase fairness within the state’s judicial system and encourage job creation. Although important reforms have recently

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  • Brookfield Takes TRC Opener From Eagles0

      By David Sharp Knox County’s defense stopped a power laden Brookfield offense on downs in the first series of the Eagles’ Tri-Rivers Conference opener at Brookfield. The Eagles made plays with an 11 yard quarterback sack and a 56 yard punt by Keenan Gillaspy. Brady Morton recovered a Bulldog fumble on the home team’s

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