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Patrol Reports On 15-Mile Trooper Operation

Patrol Reports On 15-Mile Trooper Operation Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces a special enforcement project took place over the Labor Day holiday weekend…

Knox County Starts Softball Season With No Hit Road Victory

 Knox County Starts Softball Season With No Hit Road Victory By David Sharp Knox County began their 2008 varsity softball season in grand style with an August 25, 6-0 no…

Novinger Nips Lady Tigers For Atlanta Tournament Title

Novinger Nips Lady Tigers For Atlanta Tournament Title By David SharpAn improved Novinger Lady Wildcat team bolted to a six run lead after the first three innings of an August…

Brashear Rallies For Softball Slugfest Win

Brashear Rallies For Softball Slugfest Win By David Sharp Brashear started off their 2008 high school softball season with eight runs in an error filled first game of the season…

Falcons Hold Off Knox County Eagles

Falcons Hold Off Knox County Eagles By David Sharp Ryan Sherman scored five Fayette touchdowns, leading the home standing Falcons to a 33-15 varsity football victory over Knox County in…

Courthouse “Phase 1” Draws To An End

Courthouse “Phase 1” Draws To An End

Clark County’s 137-year-old courthouse has been getting some much-needed attention to stabilize the sagging structure, but its future still remains unclear.

Missouri’s Minimum Wage Projected to Increase by 6.1 Percent on Jan. 1, 2009

 Missouri’s Minimum Wage Projected to Increase by 6.1 Percent on Jan. 1, 2009 Hourly Wage to Increase from $6.65 to $7.05 per Hour JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri’s Minimum Wage…

State health department urges Missourians to get cholesterol checked

State health department urges Missourians to get cholesterol checkedLess means more when it comes to your cholesterol and your health Less cholesterol in your blood means you’re more likely to…

MISSOURI FLOOD BUYOUTS SAVE LIVES, HEARTACHE AND MONEY

 MISSOURI FLOOD BUYOUTS SAVE LIVES, HEARTACHE AND MONEY “One who knows the Mississippi will promptly aver—not aloud but to himself—that ten thousand River Commissions with the minds of the world…

Storm Damage In Hurdland

Storm Damage In Hurdland

Storm Damage In Hurdland STORM DAMAGE – Areas south and west of Edina in Knox County experienced a severe thunderstorm and winds in excess of 60 mph on Thursday evening, August…

Clean Up–Way Up!

Clean Up–Way Up!

Clean Up--Way Up! EDINA WATER TOWER – City employees have been busy the past couple of weeks making the city look nice for Cornfest. Midwest Mobile Washers, Morrison, IL was in…