• CLARA E. LANCASTER0

      CLARA E. LANCASTER 1922-2009 Clara Elnora Lancaster, 87, of Memphis died December 5, 2009 in Scotland County Memorial Hospital.  She was born November 11, 1922 in Davis County, Iowa, the daughter of Frederick Acton and Minnie Bell (Wilcox) Acton.  Clara graduated from Memphis High School in 1941.  She married Basil Lancaster on May 13,

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  • SANTA VISITS KAHOKA

    SANTA VISITS KAHOKA0

     SANTA VISITS KAHOKA–Santa arrived in Kahoka at Friday evening’s “Christmas Extravaganza”, held indoors at the Clark County Senior Center on Friday, December 4.  The event, sponsored by the Kahoka/Clark County Chamber of Commerce, featured cookies and candy sales, a a quilt and Christmas wreath auction, as well as the chance for little ones to visit

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  • Clark County R-1 School District – Distinct in Performance0

    Clark County R-1 School District – Distinct in Performance Clark County R-1 School District was recently named by the Missouri Department of Education as a District Distinct in Performance.  This is the fourth consecutive year and fifth of the last six years that Clark County R-1 has been honored.  The Department of Education measures each

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  • Clark County Students Learn Electrical Safety at Live Line Demonstration

    Clark County Students Learn Electrical Safety at Live Line Demonstration0

    Clark County Students Learn Electrical Safety at Live Line Demonstration By Mike Scott Lewis County REC and Northeast Power sponsored an electrical safety demonstration on Thursday, December 3, for students at Clark County High School and Middle School.   The programs were presented by Kyle Finely, who is a trained linemen from Alvin, Illinois.  The 

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  • Lady Eagles Rally For Inaugural Win At Paris0

    By David SharpKnox County outscored Paris 23-12 in the fourth quarter of December 1 varsity girls’ basketball play at Paris and pulled out a 61-54 victory. The Lady Eagles had four players score in double figures. Stacey Leckbee scored a game high 17 points to go along with five steals.The Lady Eagles led by two

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  • Paris Coyotes Bite Eagles in First Game0

     By David Sharp Paris scored the first eight points of a December 1 non-conference varsity boy’s game and went on to an 82-61 win over Knox County in the Eagle season opener.The Eagles battled back with a 12-3 run, taking a 12-11 lead. Keenan Gillaspy connected on a pair of three balls during the run.

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