• New Pastor Named at Kahoka Christian Church

    New Pastor Named at Kahoka Christian Church0

    New Pastor Named at Kahoka Christian Church Jim Campbell of Memphis is now the pastor at the First Christian Church in Kahoka, something both he and the congregation are excited about. He stated, “I just see a lot of enthusiasm in this community and in that church! I have been there for one month. How

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  • Blood Donor Becomes Blood Recipient

    Blood Donor Becomes Blood Recipient0

    Blood Donor Becomes Blood Recipient By Kevin Fox “All I could think about was what could I do to thank the person or persons who had donated the blood that was now making such a big difference in my life”, stated Becky Neves.  Neves herself a blood donator with more than six gallons of blood

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  • LaPlata Wins Atlanta Softball Tournament0

      LaPlata Wins Atlanta Softball Tournament By David Sharp    LaPlata defeated Schuyler County by an 8-7 final score in the championship game of the 2009 Atlanta varsity softball tournament.     Brashear (2-2) downed Atlanta by an 11-0 final score, capturing the consolation or third place award. Schuyler County advanced to the title game with

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  • Munzlinger Launches State Senate Campaign0

    Munzlinger Launches State Senate Campaign First District State Representative Brian Munzlinger isn’t ready to retire to his Williamstown farm.  After serving in the Missouri House since 2002, Munzlinger made it official that he was a candidate for the 18th District Missouri Senate seat, challenging first-term incumbent Wes Shoemyer.  Munzlinger could not run for his House

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  • KC Eagles Blank Falcons To Open Season

    KC Eagles Blank Falcons To Open Season0

    KC Eagles Blank Falcons To Open Season By David Sharp Fayette and Knox County hooked up in a gut wrenching defensive struggle in week one varsity football action at Ella Campbell Field. The Falcons held a razor thin 134-132 halftime edge in total yards from scrimmage.The game appeared it might be won or lost on

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  • Knox Co. Students Support New State Law Against Texting While Driving

    Knox Co. Students Support New State Law Against Texting While Driving0

    By Beth Hunolt  On Wednesday, August 26th, at 12:30 pm, twelve members of the Arrive Alive organization met in front of the Knox County High School to listen to guest speaker, Sergeant Brent Bernhardt of the Missouri State Highway Patrol address to them the dangers of text messaging while driving. “It’s just not a safe

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