• Eagle Gridiron Season Ends At Sectional Round0

    Eagle Gridiron Season Ends At Sectional Round By David Sharp Third ranked Marceline (12-0) scored on their first four possessions during November 9, 2009 Class 1 Sectional football play and handed Knox County a 55-28 defeat. The loss ended the third best football campaign in Knox County R-I school history.The teams traded touchdowns on their

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  • National Vice Commander Visits Edina American Legion

    National Vice Commander Visits Edina American Legion0

    National Vice Commander Visits Edina American Legion By Beth Hunolt  On Monday afternoon, November the 9th, National Vice Commander of the American Legion, Jim Morris visited the Legion Hall in Edina. Cyril A. Graham of the American Legion Post No. 261 was to host the event. Morris is an Army Veteran that served in Germany with the

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  • KC Chamber Plans “Shop Edina First” Promotion0

    KC Chamber Plans “Shop Edina First” Promotion By Carol Kincaid Members of the Knox County Area Chamber of Commerce met at the Edina Country Club Wednesday evening, November 11 to finalize plans for their annual Christmas/Winter events.“Shop Edina First” and “Santa” have traditionally been two separate events.  This year the Chamber decided to combine the two

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  • Veterans Visit KC Elementary School

    Veterans Visit KC Elementary School0

    Veterans Visit KC Elementary School By Beth Hunolt  Wednesday, November 11th, the nation honored veterans who served in the armed forces. Members of the Edina Chapter of the American Legion visited with the children of the Knox County Elementary School. At 8:30 am the entire Elementary School, accompanied with the Knox County Honor Choir, welcomed members

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  • Indians Fall To No. 1 Centralia

    Indians Fall To No. 1 Centralia0

    Indians Fall To No. 1 Centralia By Mike Scott The Clark County Indians ended another outstanding football season with a disappointing 34-6 quarterfinal loss to the Centralia Panthers on Saturday, November 14. ?Clark County closed out its 2009 season with 12-1 season record.Centralia showed why they’ve been top-rated all season long, jumping ahead of the

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  • Carbon Monoxide Suspected In Two Revere Deaths0

    Carbon Monoxide Suspected  In Two Revere Deaths The Clark County Sheriffs’ Office reports the Saturday morning deaths of two males were caused by a faulty furnace.  The Sheriffs office received a phone call at approximately 10:35 am that their were two men unconscious in a house 1.3 miles north of Revere on Rt DD.  Revere

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