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MARJORIE GOSNEY

Marjorie Rose Marie Gosney, 68 of Kirksville passed away Friday (November 6, 2009) at her home in Kirksville.

DOROTHY M. EDWARDS

DOROTHY M. EDWARDS

Dorothy Marie Edwards, age 72, of Knox City, Missouri, died Monday, November 9, 2009, at Country Aire Retirements Estates in Lewistown, Missouri.

Clark County Indians Advance to Sectionals

By Mike Scott They keep finding a way to win.  Clark County faced a surprising challenge from a very pesky Mark Twain Tiger team in a regional playoff matchup, held…

Daw Competes At State Cross County

Daw Competes At State Cross County

Daw Competes At State Cross CountyAndrew Daw, a freshman at Clark County, competed in the 2009 MSHSAA Boys and Girls Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 7.  The 5K race…

Clark County Indians Advance To Quarterfinals

Clark County Indians Advance To Quarterfinals

Clark County Indians Advance To QuarterfinalsClark County Indians Advance To Quarterfinals By Mike Scott Clark County’s undefeated Indian football team took another step on the road to repeat its 2008…

Vote for New Courthouse Fails

Vote for New Courthouse Fails By Mike Scott Clark County voters rejected both ballot measure to fund a new courthouse in last Tuesday’s election.  Voters had been asked to approve…

Preparing For The Worst: Clark County Emergency Crews Work Together Mock Disaster

Preparing For The Worst: Clark County Emergency Crews Work Together Mock Disaster

Preparing For The Worst: Clark County Emergency Crews Work Together Mock DisasterPreparing For The Worst: Clark County Emergency Crews Work Together Mock Disaster By Mike Scott and Kevin Fox A…

Knox County Football Wins Regional Title

Knox County Football Wins Regional Title

Knox County Football Wins Regional TitleKnox County Football Wins Regional Title By David Sharp   A fast start helped propel Knox County to their first football playoff win since 1980. The…

KCHD Announce H1N1 Vaccine Groups

KCHD Announce H1N1 Vaccine Groups Submitted by Lori Moots-Clair, RN  The Knox County Health Department is announcing the expansion of their H1N1 vaccination priority groups. The department will continue to…

Will The City Of Edina Lose Two Chief Water Customers?

Will The City Of Edina Lose Two Chief Water Customers? By Beth Hunolt  During recent board meeting at the Knox County School District and the Knox County Nursing Home District the…