• 2008 All Tri-Rivers Softball Teams0

    2008 All Tri-Rivers Softball Teams First TeamStacy Hines* Putnam Co. Sr.Kaitlyn Stump Schuyler Co. Jr.Katie Steele Putnam Co. Sr.Jillian Yoder N. Shelby Sr.Hannah Dale Knox Co. Soph.Alisha Greenstreet Schuyler Co. Sr.Brooke Wheeler Clark Co. Jr.Ashlie Teter Brookfield Sr.Kelly Lister Scotland Co. Jr.Hillary Mason Putnam Co. Sr. Second TeamMyra Parrish Knox Co. Jr.Jakki Ebert Schuyler Co.

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  • Knox County Places Four To Tri-Rivers All Conference Softball0

    Knox County Places Four To Tri-Rivers All Conference Softball By David SharpSophomore shortstop Hannah Dale along with juniors Brittany Miller, Myra Parrish and Lorelei Schlueter have been named to the 2008 All Tri-Rivers Conference Softball Teams. Miller and Parrish are repeat selections. Hannah Dale batted .382 during the recently completed varsity softball season with 11

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  • Bringing In The Harvest

    Bringing In The Harvest0

    Bringing In The Harvest–Across the area, farmers are working hard in the fields. This farmer south of Kahoka was taking advantage of Monday’s dry weather to combine soybeans.

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  • SEASONAL DÉCOR

    SEASONAL DÉCOR0

     SEASONAL DÉCOR – The community is getting in the holiday spirit with fall and Halloween decorations going up all over Edina and the surrounding county. This display is located on the west side of Hayes Auto Supply in Edina.

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  • MARIJUANA ERADICATION0

    MARIJUANA ERADICATION – Knox County Sheriff Mike Kite recently announced the eradication of approximately 1,200 marijuana plants with a street value of $60,000, some plants as much as 15 feet in height, from 3 different areas in Northern, Central, and Southern Knox County. One patch appeared to have been cultivated, however there are no suspects

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  • Edina Resident Involved In Schuyler County Crash0

     Edina Resident Involved In Schuyler County Crash By Crystal Howerton Stephen O. Good, 17, of Edina, Missouri was cited for failure to drive on the right half of the roadway, which resulted in a crash on US 63 one mile south of Queen City on October 15, 2008. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol,

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