• Two Perish In Kahoka House Fire

    Two Perish In Kahoka House Fire0

    Kahoka firefighters were called to a house fire on West Commercial Street in Kahoka at about 12:45 Friday afternoon. The fire was reported by Kahoka City Project Manager John Williams, who was driving by and smelled the smoke and saw the front porch on fire. While he called it it, Kahoka city employee Brayton Prewitt

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  • Roadwork In Knox County Week of 8/1-4

    Roadwork In Knox County Week of 8/1-40

    Roadwork will be in progress on the following Knox County, Missouri, roadways during the week of August 1 – 4, 2016: Route TT – Aug. 1-2, one lane traffic 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day from MO 156 to MO 15 for patching operations. MO 156 – Aug. 3, one lane traffic 7:00 a.m.

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  • JOHN E. BRINGER

    JOHN E. BRINGER0

    John Edward Bringer was born October 17, 1947 to Raymond and Roberta (Settler) Bringer of LaGrange, MO. John attended LaGrange High School where he played one football game. While in school he worked at Arnold’s fuel station. After graduating in 1966 he worked at Missouri Gravel Company and for Gardner Denver for many years. He

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  • SHELDON ZIMMERMAN0

    Sheldon Paul Zimmerman, the two day-old son of Nathan and Mary Joyce Zimmerman, of rural Rutledge, Missouri, passed away, Friday, July 22, 2016, at the Children’s Hospital in Columbia, Missouri. Sheldon leaves behind his parents; two brothers, and nine sisters, Melinda Fern, Mary Ann, Catherine Faye, Laura Joyce, Lorene Grace, Dorcas Lucille, Jonas Michael, Sarah

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  • MARTIN HUBER0

    Martin K. Huber, 74, of Rutledge, Missouri, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2016, surrounded by family at his home. Martin was born on January 17, 1942 in East Earl, Pennsylvania, the son of Phares M. and Lena B. Kurtz Huber. On July 13, 1974, in Richland, Pennsylvania, he married Esther W. Oberholtzer. They moved to

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  • MSHP Trooper: It’s amazing they’re okay. Knox Teens Walk Away from Horrific Looking Crash

    MSHP Trooper: It’s amazing they’re okay. Knox Teens Walk Away from Horrific Looking Crash0

    On Thursday, at approximately 11:30 a.m. a collision occurred at the intersection of Highway 6 and State Route T (known as Bee Ridge Road) approximately one mile east of Edina, which involved a white four-door Saturn sedan and a tractor trailer carrying a load of sand. The driver of the sedan was Shelby York, 15,

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