• Luetkemeyer Fights for Rural Auto Dealers During Small Business Committee Hearing0

    Luetkemeyer Fights for Rural Auto Dealers During Small Business Committee Hearing              WASHINGTON,  D.C. – U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) today went to bat for rural auto dealers at a hearing to evaluate decisions by General Motors and Chrysler to close nearly 40 percent of their independently owned dealers and the impact these closures will

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  • RICHARD M. “DICK” WILSON0

    RICHARD M. “DICK” WILSON Richard M. “Dick” Wilson, age 79, of Kahoka, MO, died Monday, September 14, 2009 at his home.He was born December 3, 1929, near Athens in rural Clark. Co., MO, a son of Melvin and Hazel Killdoo Wilson.He married Joan Stansbury and they were the parents of four children.Survivors include two sons,

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  • KC Eagles Win Homecoming Football Game Over Slater1

    KC Eagles Win Homecoming Football Game Over Slater By David SharpDominant line play and two touchdown performances from Tristan Lonberger and Keenan Gillaspy were big parts of a 51-7 Knox County Eagle football victory over Slater.The Eagles (2-1) exorcised ghosts of a ghoulish performance at Slater a season ago, and provided much needed momentum entering

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  • KC Homecoming Royalty

    KC Homecoming Royalty0

    2009 HOMECOMING ROYALTY-Seniors Andy Greenley and Myra Parrish (shown seated) were named Knox County R-I Homecoming King and Queen during September 11 homecoming festivities. Hayden Hunzkier and Courtney Cahalan passed the 2008 crown and scepter along.  Knox County defeated Slater by a 51-7 final score in the Homecoming Football Game. Homecoming candidates in no particular

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  • Knox Co. Homecoming Float

    Knox Co. Homecoming Float0

    KC HOMECOMING–The Senior Class of 2010 is this year’s winners of the Knox County Schools Homecoming Parade.  The parade in downtown Edina was held on Thursday, September 10.

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  • H1N1 Flu Vaccine to be Available By Mid-October0

    H1N1 Flu Vaccine to be Available By Mid-October Health officials and researchers highlight benefits of new flu vaccine ST. LOUIS – Missouri’s top public health official joined today with researchers from Saint Louis University to tout the new H1N1 flu vaccine now in the final stages of testing.Margaret Donnelly, director of the Missouri Department of

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