• Clark County Crowns Prom Royalty

    Clark County Crowns Prom Royalty0

    PROM QUEEN AND KING–Clark County R-1 High School held its annual Prom on Saturday night.  Melissa Jerez and Cylee Gutting were crowned Queen and King this year. Because of threatening weather, the Promenade was moved into the gym.

  • Lions Donate Laptops

    Lions Donate Laptops0

    The Kahoka Lions Club donated two laptop computers to the Clark County Food Closet to help with their operations.  Pictured are Lions President Ron Brewer, Food Closet representative Ken Goyer, and Lions Club member Boyd Woods.   The Food Closet is located on East Business 136 in Kahoka.  Kent Nixon provides the building and forklift for

  • ATF Joins Arson Investigations

    ATF Joins Arson Investigations0

    ATF Joins Arson Investigations By Mike Scott Federal investigators from the Bureau of Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are working alongside Clark County Sheriff’s Department official investigating a number of recent arson fires in the Revere area. In the past five month, there have been eight fires in the area. ?The most recent

  • Knox County Prom

    Knox County Prom0

    “KISS ME IN THE RAIN” – was the 2009 Prom theme and the colors were pink and turquoise. The 2008 Prom King, Kane Simmons, crowned the 09 winners Queen, Erica Miller and King, Mitchel Penn, on April 25, 2009.  The King and Queen along with attendants shown from left to right are: Mitchell Pegg, Jon

  • Knox County R-I Receives 2009 Distinction in Performance Award At Truman State University0

      Knox County R-I Receives 2009 Distinction in Performance Award At Truman State University KIRKSVILLE, MO—Knox County R-I was one of 30 school districts in the northeast Missouri area honored by the state at a banquet March 30th hosted by the Northeast Regional Professional Development Center.  Approximately 200 school board members, administrators, teachers and students

  • Knox Co. R-1 Board Reorganizes After Election0

    By Mike ScottFrom draft minutes The Knox County R-1 Board of Education met in special and regular sessions on Monday, April 21.  It’s first actions were to accept the April 7 election results, and to have those elected take their oath of office.Board officer elections were next on the agenda.  Nancy Averill nominate Shelly Bugh