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MoDOT Crews Disturb Burial Site At Mound Park

MoDOT Crews Disturb Burial Site At Mound Park

MoDOT Crews Disturb Burial Site At Mound Park MoDOT Crews Disturb Burial Site At Mound Park Last week, MoDOT crews were working to fix a drainage problem along US 61…

How Many Are Too Many? Kahoka Council To Reveiw Dog Ordinance Ideas at Public Meeting

How Many Are Too Many?Kahoka Council To Reveiw Dog Ordinance Ideas at Public Meeting By Mike Scott “We have a  lot of people with dogs, and just a few that…

Cancer Survivors Invited to Attend Relay For Life Survivors’ Reception

Cancer Survivors Invited to Attend Relay For Life Survivors’ Reception (Kahoka, Missouri) — The American Cancer Society would like to extend an invitation to cancer survivors  to a celebration reception.…

Knox County R-I Board Approves Salary Increases In April Executive Session Meeting

 Knox County R-I Board Approves Salary Increases In April Executive Session Meeting By David SharpFrom Minutes The Knox County R-I school district approved a 3% salary increase on their current…

Active Bald Eagle Nest Confirmed in Knox County

Active Bald Eagle Nest Confirmed in Knox County

Active Bald Eagle Nest Confirmed in Knox CountyActive Bald Eagle Nest Confirmed in Knox County By Conservation Agent Adam Doerhoff I am pleased to inform you that an active bald eagle’s…

Herbert G. Evans

Herbert G. Evans Herbert G. Evans, 85, of Peoria, Arizona, passed away January 31, 2009. Graveside memorial services will be at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, June 6, 2009, at the Greenglade…

McCaskill Statement on GM Bankruptcy

 McCaskill Statement on GM Bankruptcy WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill today made the following statement about General Motors’ (GM) announcement that the company is filing for bankruptcy protection. …

AARP Pushes Lawmakers to Improve Long-Term Care

AARP Pushes Lawmakers to Improve Long-Term Care Legislation would allow more Americans to get services at home KANSAS CITY, MO ‹ As lawmakers return to Washington to tackle health care…

USDA SEEKS APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS TO REPAIR RURAL HOUSING

USDA SEEKS APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS TO REPAIR RURAL HOUSING Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is accepting applications for grants to intermediaries to help low- and very-low-income rural residents…

BOND: C-17 WIN APPEARS IMMINENT

BOND: C-17 WIN APPEARS IMMINENT Senator Continues Fight for Super Hornet                  WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Kit Bond today cheered the news that a tentative agreement on the…

Missouri gets $4.8 million in stimulus funding for floodplain restoration

MCCASKILL GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT Missouri gets $4.8 million in stimulus funding for floodplain restoration U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill announced today that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is providing the…