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Ameren Power Rate Increase On The Horizon

Ameren Power Rate Increase On The Horizon By Echo Menges   During the City of Edina’s regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 Ameren UE representative, Annette Sweet,…

Audit: CCR-1 District in Good Financial Shape

Audit: CCR-1 District in Good Financial Shape By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 School District is in good financial shape, according to Auditor John Gillum. “You have a healthy…

Local Linemen Respond To Hurricane Sandy

Local Linemen Respond To Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy left hundreds of thousands without power on the east coast. John Brennan took this photo from his bucket truck of the extensive damage left in the wake of…

Kahoka Without Water Wednesday Evening

Kahoka Without Water Wednesday Evening

Kahoka's main water supply line was accidentally cut by contractors install a fiber optic cable on Wednesday, leaving the city without water service for several hours.The City of Kahoka is…

Red Cross Responds to Fire in Hannibal

Red Cross Responds to Fire in Hannibal Volunteer provides assistance to three adults HANNIBAL, November 9, 2012 — The American Red Cross Northeast Missouri Chapter dispatched a Disaster Action Team…

Reward Offered For Killing of Bald Eagle

Reward Offered For Killing of Bald Eagle

This American Bald Eagle was found shot near Route H in Clark Counyt on November 1. A reward is offered for information on the shooting.Clark County Conservation Agent Rudd Binsbacher…

Indian Title Hopes End At Blair Oaks

Indian Title Hopes End At Blair Oaks

Indian Title Hopes End At Blair OaksBy David Sharp A first half defensive struggle turned after Clark County senior Logan Prewitt kicked the first Indian field goal of the season…

Olivia Nichols Signs With William Penn University

Olivia Nichols Signs With William Penn University

SIGNING ON THE DOTTED LINE-Knox County senior Olivia Nichols signs a National Letter of Intent to play softball for William Penn University.By David Sharp A softball journey that began in…

Contested Winners Emerge Excited To Begin Elected Positions

Contested Winners Emerge  Excited To Begin Elected Positions

Election Night in Knox - The hallway outside the Knox County Clerk’s office as results were being read aloud of the totals by precinct on election night, Tuesday, November 6,…

Governor’s Office Accepting Applications For Open Knox County Treasurer’s Seat

By Echo Menges Allen Gudehus will vacate the office of Knox County Treasurer at the end of the year. According to the Treasurer/Sheriff Elect he will remain in office as…

Local Veterans Take Great River Honor Flights

Local Veterans Take Great River Honor Flights

Korean War Veteran, Gerald Sharp, at the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, October 2, 2012. Sharp was on the Great River Honor Flight’s 15th Mission. By Echo…