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Resurfacing Planned for US 136 in Clark County

MACON – Within the next couple of weeks, motorists will begin to see signs going up along US 136 in Clark County for work that is going to be taking…

Entries Needed for Wyaconda Fall Festival Parade

Entries of all kinds are needed for the parade at Wyaconda’s Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 7. Line-up for the parade begins at 11:30 a.m. at the old Wyaconda School…

CCR-1 School Tax Rate Stays Unchanged

By Mike Scott   There will be no tax increase for the Clark County R-1 School District this year.  At a tax hear prior to the start of last Thursday’s school…

Scheduled Water Shut Off/Boil Advisory

Scheduled Water Shut Off/Boil Advisory Water will be turned off to all water customers serviced by the City of Kahoka Tuesday, Aug 6, 2013 at 9:00am for scheduled waterline maintenance.…

Clark County Circuit Clerk Suspended-UPDATE Jones Resigns

Clark County Circuit Clerk Suspended-UPDATE Jones Resigns

UPATE Friday: Press release for Judge Gary Dial Based on a letter received Thursday, July 25, 201, Mary Jones has tendered her resignation from her position as Clark County Circuit…

Kahoka Aldermen Hear Troubling Prairie State Update

The Board of Aldermen met in special session at 5:00 pm on July 15, 2013 in the meeting room at City Hall. Mayor Jerry Webber called the meeting to order…

Kahoka Firefighters Respond To Fire in Vacant Structure

Kahoka Firefighters Respond To Fire in Vacant Structure

Kahoka firefighters didn’t have far to travel for a Wednesday evening fire. The fire burned the inside of a vacant, recently condemned house at 273 W. Thompson, directly behind the…

Wyaconda To Celebrate 125 Years

Wyaconda is going to honor its 125th year with a celebration on September 7th 2013. There will be a special ceremony for the opening of the time capsule, which was…

Mathes Keeps Farming Heritage Alive

Mathes Keeps Farming Heritage Alive

By Kevin Fox People like looking to the future while keeping one hand on the past. There are all sorts of reasons for holding on to the past, as it…

Clark County Fair to Once Again Hold One Day Harness Racing

Clark County Fair to Once Again Hold One Day Harness Racing The Clark County Fair will once again hold one day only harness racing on Sunday, July 28, beginning at…

Local Sales Tax Charge Returns to All Vehicle Sales

Local Sales Tax Charge Returns to All Vehicle Sales

By Mike Scott Your next trip to the local license office might be more expensive. On Friday, July 5, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation eliminating use tax on motor vehicles,…