• No Joy In P-Town:  Indians Pound Panthers

    No Joy In P-Town: Indians Pound Panthers0

    No Joy In P-Town: Indians Pound Panthers   And there was no joy in P-Town, the mighty Panthers were shut out… Friday night’s matchup between Clark County was nothing like the great 7-6 Indian victory last year. Palmyra won the opening toss, and elected to receive the ball, but they were force to punt.  The

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  • McCaskill Calls for Greater Accountability on Wall Street0

     McCaskill Calls for Greater Accountability on Wall Street Financial industries need reasonable regulation to prevent future bailouts WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following another massive bailout on Wall Street, U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill in a speech from the Senate floor called for greater accountability and transparency in the banking and insurance industries through reasonable regulation. McCaskill pointed

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  • “Professional Timber Harvester Program Starts in Macon October 8”0

    “Professional Timber Harvester Program Starts in Macon October 8” Jefferson City, MO–Today, anyone can buy a chainsaw, walk into the woods, and cut down a tree, but does this make them a logger? Simply cutting down a tree does not make a person a logger, much less a trained logger. Using trained loggers is vital

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  • GEORGE ROBERT (BOB) BINKLEY0

    George Robert (Bob) Binkley, age 84, of Edina, Missouri, died Thursday, September 18, 2008 at Boone Hospital in Columbia, Missouri, after a long battle with kidney failure and pneumonia.

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  • ANNE L. KURTZ0

    Anne L. Kurtz, of Overland Park, KS, formerly of Baring, MO and Ft. Madison, IA, died on Sunday, September 14, 2008, on her 100th birthday at Villa St. Joseph Nursing Home in Overland Park.

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  • 60 GOOD PINTS OF BLOOD AT THE DRIVE

    60 GOOD PINTS OF BLOOD AT THE DRIVE0

     60 GOOD PINTS OF BLOOD AT THE DRIVE The St Francisville Lodge #588 of Wayland sponsored blood drive was held Thursday 18 September 2008 at the Kahoka Christian Church with 60 pints of blood being collected. Our goal was 77 – so we were short 17 pints. Thank you donors for taking time out of

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