• Rev. William L. Forst0

    Rev. William L. Forst, 81, retired, of St. Louis, Mo., the former pastor of St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Baring, died on September 14, 2009, of complications of cancer. He was at the same time the pastor of St. John’s Catholic Church Memphis, Mo. He served as pastor at the Baring parish from April 1976 until August 1982.

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  • NORBERT L. KILLDAY

    NORBERT L. KILLDAY0

    Norbert Leo (Norb) Killday, age 68, of Wyaconda, Missouri, died Saturday, September 19, 2009, at the Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois. He was born December 19, 1940, in Byron Township near Waseca, Minnesota the son of Glen Joseph and Evelyn Marion Lehman Killday.

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  • Old Settlers Queen And Princess Crowned

    Old Settlers Queen And Princess Crowned0

    CROWNED ROYALTY–Events for the 126th Annual Old Settlers Celebration kicked off Sunday with the crowning of the 2009 Old Settlers Queen and Princess.  Chosen this year were Queen Deanna Shoup and Princess Camille Frazier.

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  • Animal Ordinace Concerns Expressed In Public Meeting0

    Animal Ordinance Concerns Expressed In Public Meeting “We’re here this evening to accept public questions or comments,” said Kahoka Mayor Wayne Blum as he opened Monday night’s public hearing on the city’s proposed animal ordinances. “We have a few people who have brought this whole thing on.”Comments and questions from the public included specific questions

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  • Prairie Meadows Harness Season Honors Herb Butler with Two Memorial Stakes Races0

    Prairie Meadows Harness Season Honors Herb Butler with Two Memorial Stakes Races PRAIRIE MEADOWS, Altoona, IA— When the Standardbreds return to Prairie Meadows on Monday, September 28, racing fans will enjoy an action-packed, expanded stakes schedule including two new harness stakes among 18 featured trotting and pacing events, reports racing secretary Chad Keller. Racing will

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  • Luray Resident Arrested On Drug Charges

    Luray Resident Arrested On Drug Charges0

      Luray Resident Arrested On Drug Charges On September 18, 2009, members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Clark County Sheriff’s Department arrested Danny Hardy, 49, of Luray, Missouri, for nine felony charges following an investigation of an illegal marijuana growing operation in rural Clark County.  During the investigation, cultivated marijuana plants, processed marijuana,

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