• Supporting our Military Families0

    Governor’s Column By Governor Matt Blunt Supporting our Military Families Our nation’s military heroes deserve our gratitude for their selfless service and sacrifice, so too do their families. Over the last four legislative sessions, Missourians can be proud of the new laws we have enacted to benefit veterans and their families. I have signed laws

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  • BOND AT ENERGY HEARING: IT IS NOT OK TO DENY NEW ENERGY SUPPLIES TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE0

    BOND AT ENERGY HEARING: IT IS NOT OK TO DENY NEW ENERGY SUPPLIES TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Senator Urges Action to Increase Offshore Production, Lower Gas Prices WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Kit Bond at today’s Senate energy hearing stressed that it’s not ok to deny new energy supplies to the American people. Bond urged

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  • MoDOT to seal Route C in Clark County0

     MoDOT to seal Route C in Clark County HANNIBAL – MoDOT crews will begin chip-sealing Route C from Route 81 to B on Tuesday, September 23. Traffic will be reduced to one lane between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. during the operations. The project should be complete in 2 working days, weather

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  • Heavy Rains Cause Local Flooding

    Heavy Rains Cause Local Flooding0

     UNWELCOME SCENE–Many roads around the county, such as NN north of Kahoka, were closed due to flooding caused by the weekend’s heavy rain. Here the Fox River’s waters covered the road to the 2-foot mark on the gauge on Sunday afternoon.

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  • Clark Co. R-1 School Board Starts District Wish List0

     Clark Co. R-1 School Board Starts District Wish List By Mike Scott The district’s future needs were on the minds of CCR-1 School board members as they met last Thursday evening at Running Fox Elementary School.Topping the list of immediate concerns are intercoms in both elementary buildings. “It’s a safety issue,” explained Superintendent Ritchie Kracht.

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  • Old Settlers’ Activities Kick Off This Weekend0

    Old Settlers’ Activities Kick Off This Weekend Old Settlers’ Day is September 27, and Clark County will celebrate the annual event this year with the theme: A Luau-Hawaii 2008, in honor of this summer’s Marching Indian band trip. The week’s events get started Sunday afternoon, with the Queen and Princess Contest, sponsored by Kahoka Medical

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