• JAMES ALLEN MINOR

    JAMES ALLEN MINOR0

    James Allen Minor (Jimmy Allen) was born in Vienna, IL, January 21, 1940 and died in St. Joseph, MO, March 16, 2009 at the age of 69 years.

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  • Knox County Wins Conference Game At Putnam County0

    Knox County Wins Conference Game At Putnam County By David Sharp    Knox County came out of the chute with seven first inning runs and powered to a 16-6 victory at Putnam County (2-8) in May 4, Tri-Rivers Conference baseball action.   Parker Dixson had two hits, scored three runs and drove home three more.

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  • Julie Watts0

    Julie Watts Julie Watts, 56, of Windsor, Missouri, died Saturday afternoon, May 9, 2009, at her home near Windsor. She was born November 27, 1952, in Keokuk, Iowa, the daughter of Wayne Franklin “Frank” Cochenour and Reba Eileene (Stott) Cochenour. On February 11, 1973, at Forbes Air Force Base in Topeka, Kansas, she married Gerald

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  • State health department announces new income guidelines for WIC program0

    State health department announces new income guidelines for WIC program New income guidelines for participation in the nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children have been adopted by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The program, commonly known as WIC, seeks to improve the health of low- and moderate-income families by providing access

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  • Eagles Send Nine To Sectionals;   Leighton McCabe District Champ

    Eagles Send Nine To Sectionals; Leighton McCabe District Champ0

    Eagles Send Nine To Sectionals;  Leighton McCabe District Champ By David SharpThe smallest Class 2 track school in Missouri competed like warriors at the MSHSAA Class 2, District 4 track meet at Brookfield. Freshman Leighton McCabe came from 20 meters down to pass South Shelby runner Jason Weaver less than 50 meters from the finish

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  • FCE Hosts Senior Tea

    FCE Hosts Senior Tea0

    FCE Hosts Senior Tea By Beth Hunolt On Thursday, May 7th, 2009 the National Association for Family and Community Education (FCE), hosted the annual Senior Tea. The Knox County FCE President, Nena Plamer, welcomed Knox County senior girls, their mothers, grandmothers, and other special guests to the High School cafeteria.The National Association for Family and

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