• MARY F. NOBLE

    MARY F. NOBLE0

    Mary Frances Noble, 81, of Fort Madison, Iowa, died Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa.

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  • Lady Indians Win Opener, 8-4 over North Shelby0

    Lady Indians Win Opener,  8-4 over North Shelby The Clark County Lady Indians opened their season last week, hosting North Shelby. Clark County scored twice in the first inning.  Brianna Alderton got things going with a one-out hit.  Brooke Wheeler followed with a single.  Chelsea Edmondson loaded the bases when she was hit bya pitch. 

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  • Lady Indians Overcome At Scotland County0

     Lady Indians Overcome At Scotland County By David Sharp Clark County displayed patience and perseverance during a rain dampened 7-3 non-conference varsity softball victory at Scotland County. The Lady Tigers (2-1) came out and claimed a 3-1 lead with two bottom of the fifth inning runs.The Lady Indians (2-0) finally started centering the softball off

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  • MULE FESTIVAL TIME IS ALMOST HERE0

    MULE FESTIVAL TIME IS ALMOST HERE The Clark Co. Mule Festival will begin in a couple of weeks, September 18-20, 2009. It is held at the Clark Co. Fairgrounds (Business Route EE or old Highway 136) just out side of Kahoka, Mo., in the northeast corner of Missouri. This will be the 24rd year of

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  • Flash Flooding

    Flash Flooding0

    Flash Flooding–Torrential rains Thursday, August 27 brought flash flooding to some areas in Clark County.  Muddy brown water crossed the Highway 136 near Wayland, creating a wet problem for drivers.

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  • PEARL BROWN BAKER

    PEARL BROWN BAKER0

    Pearl Brown Baker, age 87 of Knox City, Missouri died Monday, August 31, 2009, at her home. She was born December 19, 1921, to Edward S. Brown and Rebecca Estelle Ellen (Arment) Brown. On June 1, 1941, she married Clarence F. Baker and they celebrated their 59th anniversary in 2000.

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