• Six KC Eagles Make All Conference Teams0

    Six KC Eagles Make All Conference Teams By David SharpSeniors Lorrie Peters, Becca Mallett, and Tristan Lonberger headlined a solid group of coaches and players chosen to the 2009-10 Tri-Rivers All Conference Basketball Teams. Juniors Stacey Leckbee and Justin Reeves joined girls’ basketball coach John Weaver on the list of honorees.The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association

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  • Redmon Declares Candidacy For First District State Representative

    Redmon Declares Candidacy For First District State Representative0

      Redmon Declares Candidacy For First District State Representative Craig Redmon has announced his candidacy for First District State Representative. Redmon was approached about running for the seat currently held by Representative Brian Munzlinger, last year. Redmon is a lifelong resident of Northeast Missouri and a graduate of Highland High School. He graduated with a Business

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  • Student Pilot Soloed

    Student Pilot Soloed0

     Student Pilot Soloed–Terry Daw took his first solo flight on February 3.  His flight instructors are Audrey and Jason Glass of Memphis.  Daw is a member of the Paul Rowe Memorial Airport Association.

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  • Rural Fire District Annexation Vote on April 6 Ballot0

    Rural Fire District Annexation Vote on April 6 Ballot By Mike Scott Approximately 310 voters in the southern part of Clark County will face higher taxes if a ballot issue passes on April 6.  At the same time, many could see a reduction in their insurance rates, and the elimination of their fire protection dues.The

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  • Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now”

    Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now”0

    Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now” By Mike Scott Despite a two percent cut in education funding announced by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, the Clark County R-1 District may actually see an increase in state aid over what they anticipated.“We will probably be okay this year,” said Superintendent Ritchie Kracht.  At

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  • Death Leads To Elderly Abuse Arrest

    Death Leads To Elderly Abuse Arrest1

    On February 23, 2010 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office received a call for a elderly abuse hotline investigation at a residence at RR 3 Box 26A Kahoka, MO. Agencies  Assisting with the call include The Division of Family Services and the Childrens Division, and The Clark County Sheriffs Office.  During the investigation they spoke with

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