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Back To School In Kahoka-VIDEO

Back To School In Kahoka-VIDEO

It was a rainy start for the school year, but that didn’t stop Black Hawk Elementary School kids from smiling as they returned to school on Wednesday, August 20. Watch…

Moon Withdraws From Prosecutor Race

Moon Withdraws From Prosecutor Race

It’s official. Clark County Prosecutor John Moon, who served eight terms as Associate Circuit Judge before becoming Prosecutor, has withdrawn from the race.  As of now, his opponent, Republican Holly Conger,…

Kattlemann Knocks Out Brewer In Clark County Presiding Commissioner Race

Kattlemann Knocks Out Brewer In Clark County Presiding Commissioner Race

Clark County’s Presiding Commissioner primary race saw Republican challenger Buddy Kattelmann unseat Republican Ron Brewer as Presiding Commissioner.  Kattelman does not have a Democrat opponent in the November general election.…

Audit Shows over $12,000 Missing/Misappropriated From Circuit Clerk’s Office

Audit Shows over $12,000 Missing/Misappropriated From Circuit Clerk’s Office

Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich released the audit of the First Judicial Circuit Clark County this morning, just over a year since former Circuit Clerk Mary Jones was suspended and…

Art Hall Judging Kicks Off 133rd Clark County Fair

Art Hall Judging Kicks Off 133rd Clark County Fair

The Commercial Building at the Clark County Fair was packed for a few hours on Monday evening, July 21, as Clark County 4-H members brought their Art Hall projects to be…

Clark County Extension Council Announces State Fair Farm Family

Clark County Extension Council Announces State Fair Farm Family

The Clark County Extension Council held their annual picnic on July 17 at O-Mak-O-Hak Park and honored the Jim and Coleena Day family as the recipient of the 2014 State…

How Much Do Kahoka City Employees Earn?

How Much Do Kahoka City Employees Earn?

How much do Kahoka City employees earn? It’s a matter of public record, and every year the Board of Aldermen must pass a wage ordinance for the city. At the…

US 61 Remains Closed at Alexandria Due to High Water

US 61 Remains Closed at Alexandria Due to High Water HANNIBAL – Monday, July 14, US 61 at Alexandria in Clark County remains closed due to high water. A large…

ALLEGATIONS: Schuyler County Sheriff Took Inmates To Knox and Sullivan County Bars, Used Them For Labor at Home, and Told Staff Not To Cooperate With MSHP Investigation

ALLEGATIONS:  Schuyler County Sheriff Took Inmates To Knox and Sullivan County Bars, Used Them For Labor at Home, and Told Staff Not To Cooperate With MSHP Investigation

Schuyler County Sheriff Josh Dole remains in the Clark County Jail, following his arrest on Wednesday, July 9, on five felony charges.  Dole is charged with two charges of witness…

High School Says Yes To Cell Phones, No To Yoga Pants

By Mike Scott   Clark County High School and Middle School student handbooks were amended at last Monday’s special meeting of the CCR-1 School Board. “We’re going to take a…

Aerial Video Of Flooding Near Alexandria

Aerial Video Of Flooding Near Alexandria