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Wyaconda River Bridge Reopens on Route D in Clark County

Wyaconda River Bridge Reopens on Route D in Clark County HANNIBAL – Friday, July 27, Route D will reopen to traffic south of Kahoka after almost two months of work…

Two Federal Search Warrants Executed Near Alexandria

Two Federal Search Warrants Executed Near Alexandria

Two federal search warrants were executed Wednesday morning , July 25, near Alexandria, as a convoy of federal, state and county law enforcement vehicles converged on the Smokerz Outlet and…

131st Annual Clark County Fair Kicks Off

131st Annual Clark County Fair Kicks Off

The 131st Clark County Fair started Monday night, as dozens of 4-H members brought their Art Hall projects to be judged.    The Art Hall results are listed below: Class Clover…

Alternative School To Address Needs Of At-Risk Students

By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 School District will add an option this fall that may allow some at-risk students to remain in school through graduation. At the district’s…

Bigger, Better Carnival Coming To Corn Fest

By Echo Menges There’s a new carnival coming to the Knox County Corn Festival in Edina this year. According to Knox County Promotional Council board member Jeff Doss, a company…

USDA Grants Request by Gov. Nixon to Declare All Missouri Counties as Disaster Areas Because of Heat, Drought

Designation comes as Governor visits with farmers to survey damage JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Farmers throughout Missouri affected by the heat and drought that has gripped the state will now…

Bridge Work Started

Bridge Work Started

Hwy 15 Bridge Replacement – Emery Sapp & Sons out of Columbia, MO has been subcontracted to replace the North Fork Fabius River Bridge north of Edina. The project began…

Commissioners Vote To Consolidate With Macon E-911

By Echo Menges On Monday morning, July 23, 2012, Knox County Eastern and Western District Commissioners, Terry “Red” Callahan and Terry Marble, voted to consolidate with Macon County’s Enhanced 911…

Bill Schwanke

Bill Schwanke, age 87, of Leonard, MO, died Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, MO. He was born September 2, 1924, in Macomb, IL, the son…

Burn Ban Notice Issued by City & County

Burn Ban Notice Issued by City & County Due to the extreme dry conditions, the Clark County Commission and the Board of Alderman of the City of Kahoka have issued…

Plenge Builds Tornado Shelter for Daughter

Plenge Builds Tornado Shelter for Daughter

By Kevin Fox There was a time in America when a great many homes and farms had a storm/root cellar in their back yards, Although this is a thing in…

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