• Knox County Powers Past Brashear Girls0

     Knox County Powers Past Brashear Girls By David Sharp Third seeded Knox County exploded for a 23-4 third quarter run in January 19, first round North Shelby Tournament first round girls’ action and moved on to a championship semi-final date with Scotland County by virtue of a 55-23 win over Brashear. The Lady Eagles evened

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  • MARY L. SCHROEDER

    MARY L. SCHROEDER0

    Mary Louise Schroeder, 81, of Edina, Missouri, died Monday, January 19, 2009, at the Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Missouri.

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  • Harry S. Truman Attended Hiram Lodge Meeting In Kahoka

    Harry S. Truman Attended Hiram Lodge Meeting In Kahoka0

     Harry S. Truman Attended Hiram Lodge Meeting In Kahoka By Kevin Fox American humorist Will Rogers once said, “There are two great eras in American History. They are the passing of the buffalo and the passing of the buck!” Will Rogers’ humor is ageless as it almost always hit the mark. But there was a

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  • Indians Bury Brookfield0

     Indians Bury Brookfield Bryan Plenge got the Indians fired up early, nailing two three-pointers early in Friday’s road game at Brookfield. The Clark County Indians put up 17 first-quarter points against a tall Bulldog team, taking the first quarter 17-14. Bryan Plenge led the quarter with eight points, Michael Brennan had four, Justin Alderton hit

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  • Lady Indians Fall To Brookfield0

     Lady Indians Fall To Brookfield The Clark County Lady Indian took a tough loss to a very physical Brookfield Lady Bulldog team on the road Friday night, January 16. Clark County had a solid first quarter, putting 13 points on the board, but picking up a number of fouls on key players in the process.

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  • Edina Council Discusses Water Rate Increase0

     Edina Council Discusses Water Rate Increase By Carol KincaidFrom Minutes The City Council in Edina met January 12 for their regular, second Monday of the month meeting, with all present. Topics included the customary month-to-month city business. Regular reports were filed, read, and approved. Wastewater Superintendent Brad Eitel submitted his report that stated there were

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