• Luray Resident Arrested On Drug Charges

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      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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  • Nursing professor retires

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    RETIREMENT NEWS RELEASE Nursing professor retires Carol Ann Moseley, BS, BAN, MS, PhD, has retired after 15 years on the faculty of Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing in Quincy and has been named the College’s first Professor Emeritus. Married to the Rev. Donald Moseley, the couple served the Kahoka Christian Church from 1989-2001. Their grandson, Dakota

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  • BOND: OBAMA BUYER’S REMORSE ON AFGHANISTAN?0

    BOND:  OBAMA BUYER’S REMORSE ON AFGHANISTAN? Senator Calls on McChrystal to Testify – Congress Needs to Hear from Commander on the Ground WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Kit Bond, Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, today called on General Stanley McChrystal to testify before Congress following news reports that the Administration has delayed the

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  • Norbert Leo (Norb) Killday

    Norbert Leo (Norb) Killday0

          Norbert Leo (Norb) Killday Norbert Leo (Norb) Killday, age 68, of Wyaconda, Missouri, passed away 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.    He was united in

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  • Indians Spoil Palmyra Homecoming

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    Indians Spoil Palmyra Homecoming Despite a sea of orange and chants of “Orange and Black Attack”, the Clark County Indians dismantled the Palmyra Panthers, scoring early and often, and taking advantage of lucky breaks.  The Big Red effort put a sour note on the Panther Homecoming Clark County won the coin toss, and chose to

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  • PHYLLIS M. KLATASKE

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    Phyllis Marie Rhoades Klataske, age 64, of Lewistown, MO died September 16, 2009 in her home, surrounded by her family. She fought a courageous battle with breast cancer.

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