• Active Shooter Training At KCR-1 Schools

    Active Shooter Training At KCR-1 Schools0

    By Echo Menges An active shooter, or shooters, roaming the halls of Knox County schools is a shuttering thought, one most of us prefer not to have. But the reality of the times is that not only does our school district need to think about such a tragic situation, but also they need to plan

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  • Food & Friends: Senior Center Seeks Tax To Make Ends Meet

    Food & Friends: Senior Center Seeks Tax To Make Ends Meet0

    By Mike Scott Clark County residents can make a big difference in the lives of many senior citizens by approving a small tax on the April 2 ballot. The Clark County Council on Aging, better known as the Senior Center, is seeking a five cent per $100 assessed valuation tax to support the meals and

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  • Graves: Washington Has A Spending Problem

    Graves: Washington Has A Spending Problem0

    By Mike Scott U.S. Congressman Sam Graves came to Kahoka and Memphis Friday to give a legislative update about immigration reform and issues of concern to small businesses.  Speaking to about 50 constituents at Steve’s Family Dining in Kahoka Graves discussed legislation he has introduced to secure America’s borders, clarify and enforce existing laws, and

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