• Showing Honor and Respect

    Showing Honor and Respect0

    HONORABLE DISPOSAL FOR WORN FLAGS–Veterans Bill Ross and Judith Gaston were among the members of VFW Post 4342 and American Legion Post 192 that held a flag burning ceremony on Flag Day, June 14.  The ceremony took place at the Veterans’ Memorial, and dozens of worn or damaged flags were properly retired.

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  • Nearly All CCR-1 Teaching Positions Filled For 2012-130

    Nearly All CCR-1 Teaching Positions Filled For 2012-13 By Mike Scott Almost all of the teaching position in the Clark County R-1 School district have been filled for next year, according to Superintendent Ritchie Kracht. “We just had a resignation from Ms. Arevalo, a Running Fox third grade teacher.  We have a nursing position open,

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  • Clark Co. Relay For Life To Be Held This Weekend0

    Clark Co. Relay For Life To Be Held This Weekend   “I’m looking forward to this year’s Relay For Life which will be held beginning at 6 p.m., Saturday, June 23, 2012 on the Kahoka city square.  It seems like yesterday that we were organizing our first relay back in 2001 and now we are

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  • Clark County Fair One Day Harness Racing to be Held0

    Clark County Fair One Day Harness Racing to be Held   The Clark County Fair will have harness racing, one day only, Sunday, July 29, beginning at 1:00 p.m., sponsored by the Clark County A & M Fair Association, and the Missouri Harness Horsemen’s Association. We encourage everyone to come and enjoy the return of

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  • Legality Of Holding County Treasurer’s Office While Serving As Sheriff’s Reserve Deputy Questioned0

    Legality Of Holding County Treasurer’s Office While Serving As  Sheriff’s Reserve Deputy Questioned   By Echo Menges   It has been brought to the attention of The Edina Sentinel by members of the community, who do not want their names released, that Knox County Treasurer Allen Gudehus is in violation of a state law by

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  • Rain Doesn’t Stop Relay

    Rain Doesn’t Stop Relay0

    This year’s Knox County Relay For Life event wasn’t cancelled after heavy rainfall delayed the start. Cancer survivors kicked off the relay with the traditional first lap of the event. Their caretakers joined them for the second lap. “We need this rain so badly I don’t have the heart to complain about it,” said organizer

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