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Clark County Sheriff’s Office Lands Over $50K in Grant Funds

Clark County Sheriff’s Office Lands Over $50K in Grant Funds Grant money to be used for prescription drug diverstion investigation and for a new truckThe Clark County Sheriff’s Office has…

Battle Lines Taking Shape In Courthouse Fight

Battle Lines Taking Shape In Courthouse Fight By Mike Scott Three separate events concerning the future of Clark County’s 1871 Courthouse took place in Kahoka last week, and the battle…

West Wins Weather Shortened Fifth Annual Do Or Die Bowl

West Wins Weather Shortened Fifth Annual Do Or Die Bowl

West Wins Weather Shortened Fifth Annual Do Or Die BowlWest Wins Weather Shortened Fifth Annual Do Or Die Bowl By David Sharp The West All stars picked up a fumble,…

Hurdland 4th of July Entertainment Lineup Announced

Hurdland 4th of July Entertainment Lineup Announced By Carol Kincaid The Hurdland Annual 4th of July committee recently announced the performers for this year’s event.Beginning the festivities on Friday evening will…

Kids R Us Daycare and Preschool Turns 20

Kids R Us Daycare and Preschool Turns 20 Kids R Us Daycare and Preschool will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Sunday, July 12, 2009.  They remember, with grateful hearts, the…

EVELYN V. FRAZIER

EVELYN V. FRAZIER

EVELYN V. FRAZIER EVELYN V. FRAZIER Evelyn V. Frazier, age 86, of Luray, passed away Saturday, June 27, 2009, in Keokuk Area Hospital, Keokuk, IA. She was born January 12,…

Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Charles Kruse on Passage of H.R. 2454, the American Clean Energy and Security Act

Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Charles Kruse on Passage of H.R. 2454, the American Clean Energy and Security Act We are extremely disappointed with the U.S. House of Representatives’…

West Nile Virus in Missouri: Increased Risk of Human Disease July through October

West Nile Virus in Missouri:  Increased Risk of Human Disease July through October As Missourians plan outdoor activities for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, they should remember to pack…

Bond Announces Federal Help for Missouri’s Homeless Veterans

Bond Announces Federal Help for Missouri’s Homeless Veterans Senator:  Funds are a Fitting Tribute as Nation Celebrates Independence Day WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Kit Bond today announced that Missouri…

Boating Safety Message for a Safe July 4th Holiday Weekend

Boating Safety Message for a Safe July 4th Holiday Weekend The Fourth of July weekend is a great time to spend on Missouri’s waterways and it’s usually the busiest holiday…

Get into the sunscreen routine this summer

Get into the sunscreen routine this summer July is UV Safety Awareness Month As the sun-splashed days of summer surround us, Missouri health officials are urging residents to protect their…

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