• Lady Indians Improve to 4-5

    Lady Indians Improve to 4-50

      Lady Indians Improve to 4-5 The Clark County Lady Indian softball team improved their 2008 record to 4-5 with a come-from-behind win over the Highland Lady Cougars Thursday night.Playing in front of a home crowd for the first time this season, the Indians hit the ball well against a tough Cougar team. Highland got

  • Cross County Results0

    Clark County’s Cross Country teams competed at Van Buren and Davis County last week. On Tuesday, the Indians travelled to Van Buren. Individual varsity time were: Zac Wood, 19:46 -18th, Galen Kirchner, 21:46-24th, Matt Sewell, 21:29-26th, Ethan Paben, 21;43-27th, Robert Boyd, 23:17-29th and Konrad Scribner, 29:11-31st. In Junior Varsity girls, Stephanie Johnson placed 9th with

  • Tori Niemann Pitches Perfect Game At Brashear0

    Tori Niemann Pitches Perfect Game At Brashear By David SharpCanton senior Tori Niemann pitched a rare seven inning perfect game at Brashear (4-2) on Thursday, September 11. Canton (6-3) scored three runs in the third inning and tacked on six more in the fifth off losing hurler Kristen Love. Macy Rogers pitched the first two

  • Lady Eagles Win First Conference Contest0

    Lady Eagles Win First Conference Contest By David SharpMyra Parrish banged out four hits in five tries with two runs scored and four driven in, leading Knox County (4-1, 1-0 in the conference) to an 11-0 Tri-Rivers Conference softball victory at Milan. Brittany Miller (4-1) hurled a one hit KCHS shutout with ten strikeouts and

  • Slater Slips Past Eagles0

     Slater Slips Past EaglesBy David Sharp Jeremy Fizer broke free on two game changing plays, leading Slater (1-2) to a mud bogged 18-0 win over Knox County. The September 13, 2008 varsity football game was threatened by severe weather and hampered by more than five inches of rain that fell on Saline County in the

  • Memphis Man Arraigned on Murder Charge0

    Memphis Man Arraigned on Murder Charge Memphis Democrat, reprinted with permissionA Memphis man was officially arraigned on murder charges in the Scotland County First Circuit Court on September 3rd. Michael J. Mutchler, 21, appeared before Judge Gary Dial and entered a plea of not guilty to the class A felony charge of murder in the



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