• Snow Storm Hits Edina – School events rescheduled – Public urged to stay in

    Snow Storm Hits Edina – School events rescheduled – Public urged to stay in0

    By Echo Menges  Due to the snowstorm tonight’s Knox County High School basketball game has been rescheduled to Friday at 7:00 p.m., February 22, 2013, and Friday morning’s Knox County High School’s FFA Pancake Breakfast has been rescheduled for Monday morning, February 25, 2013. And the LaPlata Class 1, District 10 Championships have been postponed

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  • Governor Declares State of Emergency – Severe Snow Storm

    Governor Declares State of Emergency – Severe Snow Storm0

    Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency in Missouri in response to severe winter storm – urges Missourians to avoid unnecessary travel JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to severe winter weather that began early this morning, bringing hazardous travel and the possibility of power outages.

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  • Wrongful Death Suit Filed Against Glenn Head

    Wrongful Death Suit Filed Against Glenn Head0

    By Echo Menges According to a petition filed on Monday, February 18, 2013, the sons of William “Bill” Bacon, William and Robert Bacon, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Glenn Head, 59, of Novelty through their attorney, Brent E. Haden of Columbia. Head stands accused of murdering Bacon on December 11, 2012, during a

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  • St. Patrick to Offer 2013 Pictorial Cancellation0

    St. Patrick to Offer 2013 Pictorial Cancellation A pictorial cancellation will be available at the St. Patrick, Missouri USA Post Office March 1-30, 2013. The date changes daily. Scrolling lines with a Shamrock and “Happy Saint Patrick’s Day Station, March  — – -, 2013, Saint Patrick, MO 63466”, will be on the cancellation. Stamped, self-addressed

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  • Kahoka Council Discusses Deadly Dog Attack0

    By Mike Scott The Kahoka Board of Aldermen discussed an ongoing dog problem in the northwest part of Kahoka at their Tuesday night, February 12 meeting. “I feel the city has been negligent in not taking care of the situation,” said Betty Salyers, whose 14-year old poodle was attached and killed on Sunday, February 9.

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  • Large Crowd Enjoys 28th Annual Farm/City Night

    Large Crowd Enjoys 28th Annual Farm/City Night0

    The Clark County Extension Council hosted the 28th annual Farm/City Night on Saturday, February 16, at the CCR-1 Middle School in Kahoka MO.  Clark County Farm Bureau served a soup and sandwich supper at 4:30 p.m., with many enjoying the delicious meal. Debby Whiston, Clark County Extension Program Director awarded a certificate of appreciation to

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