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Spring Election Just Over A Month Away

By Mike Scott The General Municipal Election in Clark County is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2, 2013. Topping the ballot will be a tax measure put forth by the Clark…

Jamboree Musical Fundraiser For Senior Center Set

Jamboree Musical Fundraiser For Senior Center Set The annual Jamboree Fundraiser for the Clark County Senior Center has been set for Saturday, March 30, 2013 at the Center in Kahoka.  …

Red Cross Responds to Fire Hannibal

Red Cross Responds to Fire Hannibal Volunteer provides assistance to one adult     HANNIBAL, February 22, 2012 — The American Red Cross Northeast Missouri Chapter dispatched a Disaster Action…

St. Patrick to Offer 2013 Pictorial Cancellation

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…

Kahoka Council Discusses Deadly Dog Attack

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…

Large Crowd Enjoys 28th Annual Farm/City Night

Large Crowd Enjoys 28th Annual Farm/City Night

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…

Farm City Night Scheduled For Saturday, Feb. 16

The Clark County Extension Council would like to invite everyone to Farm/City Night, scheduled for Saturday, February 16, 2013, at the Clark County Middle School in Kahoka. The event will…

City of Kirksville Receives Funds through Safe Routes to School Grant

City of Kirksville Receives Funds through Safe Routes to School Grant MACON – The City of Kirksville will receive a $250,000 infrastructure grant through the Safe Routes to School program…

Joint vocal and instrumental performance at Culver-Stockton College

Joint vocal and instrumental performance at Culver-Stockton College CANTON, Mo.— Culver-Stockton College’s Concert Choir and the Wind Ensemble will combine forces in Feb. 23, at 3 p.m., in the Alexander…

Culver-Stockton Hosting Two-part Military Documentary Series

Culver-Stockton Hosting Two-part Military Documentary Series CANTON, Mo.— In an effort to educate students about the military, Culver-Stockton College is hosting a series of military-based documentaries. The first is a…

McCarroll Named MIAA Women’s Field Athlete of the Week

  KANSAS CITY – - Truman State University senior thrower Rachel McCarroll was named the MIAA Women’s Field Athlete of the Week for her performance last Saturday at the Monmouth…