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Indians Down Tough Macon Team For District Win

Indians Down Tough Macon Team For District Win

Indians Down Tough Macon Team For District WinIndians Down Tough Macon Team For District Win So is that how it’s going to be in the Clarence Cannon Conference next year?The…

Clark County Homecoming

Clark County Homecoming

Clark County HomecomingHOMECOMING QUEEN AND KING–Brooke Wheeler and Nathan Alderton were named Clark County’s Homecoming Queen and King for 2009 during the Pep Rally, which was held Wednesday evening, october…

The Clyde Stays Home. KC Eagles Win First Round District Game Over Scotland County Tigers

The Clyde Stays Home. KC Eagles Win First Round District Game Over Scotland County Tigers

The Clyde Stays Home. KC Eagles Win First Round District Game Over Scotland County TigersThe Clyde Stays Home. KC Eagles Win First Round District Game Over Scotland County Tigers By…

City Adds Manholes To It’s List Of Repairs

City Adds Manholes To It’s List Of Repairs By Beth Hunolt  On Monday, October 12th, at 7:00 PM the Board of Aldermen for the city of Edina met in regular session.…

Chamber To Sponsor “Safe Stop” Trick or Treating On October 31

Chamber To Sponsor “Safe Stop” Trick or Treating On October 31By Carol Kincaid The Knox County Area Chamber of Commerce covered a number of topics during their October 14 meeting at…

New Toll-Free Number to Provide H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Information

New Toll-Free Number to Provide H1N1 Flu and Vaccine Information Call 1-877-FLU-4141 for around-the-clock assistance Missouri residents can call a new toll-free number for information about the H1N1 flu, from…

Patient Safely and Infection Control Are Top Priorities for Keokuk Area Hospital

Patient Safely and Infection Control Are Top Priorities for Keokuk Area Hospital In hopes to keep patients and visitors from receiving the H1N1 virus, Keokuk Area Hospital (KAH) has temporarily…

ANNA F. MORALES

Anna F. Morales, 84, of Midland died Saturday, October 18, 2009. Anna was born November 16, 1924 in Baring, Missouri to Eva and Frank Lawson.

BOND: NO MORE EXCUSES

Commander-in-Chief Needs to Support Commander-on-the-Ground in Afghanistan

Clark County Schools Closed For Illness

Clark County Schools Closed For Illness By Mike Scott “There is no manual for this situation,” said Clark County R-1 School Superintendent Ritchie Kracht on Monday afternoon.With over 230 students…

ROMONA L. FENDER

Ramona Lee Corbin Roberts Fender, 52, of Kirksville, Missouri, passed away Monday, October 12, 2009 at her residence.