• Linda Sue Louck

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    Linda Sue Louck Linda Sue Louck, 66, of the Van Buren Good Samaritan Center in Keosauqua, passed away at 7:40 p.m. Sunday, January 10, 2010, at the Van Buren Good Samaritan Center. Born October 9, 1943, at Keokuk, Iowa, she was the daughter of M. Phillip and Lucille Rhodes Goldie. On August 6, 1965, at

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  • Marjorie Jeanette McCoy0

    Marjorie Jeanette McCoy Marjorie Jeanette McCoy, 87, of St. Petersburg, FL, formerly of Rutledge, MO passed away in St. Petersburg, FL on Dec. 31, 2009. The daughter of Lealand and Effie Dorsey, she was born on Oct. 7, 1922 in Knox County, MO. Upon high school graduation Jeanette worked for the Schaefer Pen Company for

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  • Equine Assisted Therapy Exciting New Tool for Helping Shiloh Children0

    Equine Assisted Therapy Exciting New Tool for Helping Shiloh Children Shelbina, MO – Providing a Christian environment for abused, neglected children has been the goal at Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch since it’s beginning in 1977. As times and people change, the way children heal from past hurts changes as well. Shiloh has recently started using

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  • State Auditor Begins Audit of City of Wyaconda0

    State Auditor Begins Audit of City of Wyaconda The Missouri State Auditor’s office has begun an audit of the City of Wyaconda. Anyone with information or concerns may call the state auditor’s toll-free hotline at 800-347-8597. This number is equipped for the hearing impaired.The state received petitions containing 46 signatures of registered resident voters requesting

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  • Task Force Investigations Lead To Drug Arrests

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    Task Force Investigations Lead To Drug Arrests During a joint investigation the North Missouri Task Force, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kahoka Police Department and the Clark County Sheriffs Office executed 3 separate search warrants in which 3 persons were arrested.  The following individuals were arrested and being held at the Clark County Detention Center.  Christopher

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  • Kahoka Board Looks At Utility Payment Policy0

    Kahoka Board Looks At Utility Payment Policy By Mike Scott Should a person who buys a foreclosed property at a sale at the courthouse door have to pay any back utilities owed on that property?That was a question brought before the Kahoka Board of Aldermen by Mayor Wayne Blum at their Monday, January 11 meeting.Blum

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