• Robert Homer Smith

    Robert Homer Smith0

    Robert Homer Smith Robert Homer Smith, 70, of Monroe City died in his home on Monday, August 3, 2009.  He and his wife, Hazel, were the former owners of The Media, The Edina Sentinel, The LaBelle Star, Star Printing in Kahoka and former partners in A&S Printing in Monroe City.  He was presently serving as

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  • Clark County Rescue Holds Extraction Training

    Clark County Rescue Holds Extraction Training0

     Clark County Rescue Holds Extraction Training A basic extrication class focusing on hydraulic tools was held recently at Brett’s Automotive West of Kahoka.“The Rescue Squad is fortunate in having an influx of new guys lately” remarked Captain & Training Officer Randy Fish.  “They’re all enthusiastic, energetic and smart which altogether makes them particularly valuable to

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  • Orientation, Open Houses Set For Clark County R-1 Schools0

    Orientation, Open Houses Set For Clark County R-1 Schools Clark County R-1 School District will have open house and orientation on Monday, August 17.  Running Fox Elementary and Black Hawk Elementary will have open houses from 4:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.  Students and parents will be able to meet teachers, put supplies in desks, and

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  • Clark County Unemployment Reaches 14.3 Percent0

    Clark County Unemployment Reaches 14.3 Percent Clark County’s unemployment rate topped 14 percent in June of 2009, and is at the highest rate since 1990, which is as far as the Bureau of Labor Statistics website’s database goes back.  Preliminary numbers for June showed 533 Clark County residents out of work, or 14.3 percent of

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  • Aerial View of Edina

    Aerial View of Edina0

    Welcome to beautiful downtown Edina–Everything looked green in the Edina area on Friday morning, July 31.  This photo was taken from 4500 feet.

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  • Missouri Electric Co-op CYCLE Means Education and Fun

    Missouri Electric Co-op CYCLE Means Education and Fun0

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO —  Eighty-two high school students from across Missouri recently participated in the Electric Cooperative C.Y.C.L.E. program. C.Y.C.L.E. stands for Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience. The conference was held July 15-17, 2009, in Jefferson City. Selected as outstanding young leaders Kelsey Arnold, Shelby Bailey and Kristen Buttig, sponsored by Lewis County Electric

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