• 2009 Cornfest Grand Prize Winners Announced0

    2009 Cornfest Grand Prize Winners Announced By Beth Hunolt  Various area business, organizations, and individuals donated Grand Prizes at this year’s Knox County Corn Festival, and a lot of prizes mean a lot of winners. Tickets for the Grand Prizes were on sale throughout the weekend of Cornfest at the information tent in the courthouse

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  • Clark County Falls To Highland0

    Clark County Falls To Highland Brooke Wheeler returned to the mound for the Clark County Lady Indians for Thursday’s road matchup with Highland, but the Lady Indians came up short in pitchers duel, falling 2-0.Highland scored a run in the first inning.  Chevie Wiseman led off the game with a  single, stole second base, went

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  • Lady Panthers Blank Lady Indians0

    Lady Panthers Blank Lady Indians Palmyra scored two in the first inning.  Jordon Losson reached on an error to lead off.  She advanced to second on a fielders choice groundout.  Jessica Van Nostrand singled to score Losson.  Alexis Van Nostrand singled in Jessica Van Nostrand with two outs to give Palmyra a 2-0 lead. Clark

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  • Drug Arrest Made In Wayland0

    Drug Arrest Made In Wayland On September 10, 2009 at approximately 8:17PM Scott J. Ash, Date of Birth October 25, 1964, of Wayland, Missouri was arrested and is being charged for producing or attempting to produce a controlled substance – marijuana and for possession of controlled substance – methamphetamine.During a joint investigation, conducted by the

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  • Mule Festival Weekend Is Here!

    Mule Festival Weekend Is Here!0

    Mule Festival Weekend Is Here! It is once again time for the Clark Co. Mule Festival on September 18th, 19th, and 20st, 2009. It will be the 24th anniversary. This event is held at the Clark Co. Fairgrounds outside of Kahoka, Missouri, located in the northeast corner of Missouri. On this weekend, this community event

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  • Stimulus Money May Help Clark County1

    Stimulus Money May Help Clark County WASHINGTON–As part of the Obama Administration’s efforts to stimulate economic growth and jumpstart the availability of financing critical for economic recovery, the U.S. Treasury Department announced $25 billion in bonds authority available under the Recovery Zone Bonds program. Created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Recovery Act), Recovery

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