• Knox County Girls Win Tri-Rivers Championship

    Knox County Girls Win Tri-Rivers Championship0

    By David Sharp The Lady Eagles made plays in the final three minutes of a February 19, 2010 Tri-Rivers Conference home game with Putnam County. Knox County erased a five point deficit in the game’s last 5:51 for a 32-29 victory.Knox County ran their overall record to 16-7, claiming the undisputed Tri-Rivers girl’s basketball championship.

  • Knox County Courtwarming

    Knox County Courtwarming0

    KCHS COURTWARMING ROYALTY-Lorrie Peters and Keenan Gillaspy were named 2010 Courtwarming Queen and King between conference basketball games with Putnam County. Shown on the front row from left to right are: Olivia Nichols, Shelby Bailey, Katie Ausmus, Becca Mallett, Brock Couch, Tristan Lonberger and Cameron Kirmse. Shown on the back row are: Kelly Bruns, Hannah

  • Knox County Community Center……..Right on Track

    Knox County Community Center……..Right on Track0

    By Jeanne Bailey Tike Harlow was the first Missouri resident to make a donation and utilize NAP tax credits to the Knox County Community Board Center. “I think it’s going to be good because there are so many walkers here in town and I’m one of them.  It will be great for people to have a

  • Edina Community Rallies in Support of Assault Victim0

    Edina Community Rallies in Support of Assault Victim Special for The Edina SentinelBy Echo Lee MengesEarly on the morning of February 13, 2010 an Edina woman, who does not want her name released, received a call from her daughter, who was in distress. The woman says she found her daughter at a residence on North


    Mildred Irene (Lawson) Cooper, 87, of Brashear died Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at Kirksville Manor Care Center while under Hospice care.

  • Luetkemeyer:  Obama’s A Socialist

    Luetkemeyer: Obama’s A Socialist0

    Luetkemeyer:  Obama’s A Socialist By Mike Scott Missouri’s Ninth District Republican Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer blasted many of President Obama’s policies while on a visit to Kahoka on Wednesday, February 17.  Luetkemeyer was in Kahoka as part of a tour across northeast Missouri, meeting with small business and community leaders to gather information and opinions before