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Are There Enough Fields? High School Baseball Still On Hold

By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 school board looked like it was ready to give the green light adding varsity baseball during their Tuesday, August 3 meeting, but the…

Courthouse Nearing Completion, Dedication Date Set

Courthouse Nearing Completion, Dedication Date Set

Clark County’s new courthouse is nearing completion, and county offices should move in next month. “We hope to be in sometime in September,” said Presiding Commissioner Ron Brewer. “We’re getting…

Knox County Football Travels To Milan For Four Team Jamboree

  By David Sharp The Knox County Eagles will unveil their preparations for the 2012 varsity football season to the public at the August 17, 2012 Milan Wildcat Football Jamboree. …

Edina Grass Fire May Have Been Avoided Reminder To People – Not Okay To Burn

By Echo Menges   Thursday afternoon, August 9, 2012, the Edina Fire Department responded to a grass fire in the northwest part of town in the area of North Cottey,…

Beef Producers Looking To Greenley Research Center

Beef Producers Looking To Greenley Research Center

By Echo Menges The Lee Greenley, Jr. Memorial Research Center in Novelty hosted its 35th Annual Field Day on Tuesday, August 7, 2012. According to Greenley representative Jenni Peak a…

Knox County Election Results Local 7 of 7 Precincts Reporting – Unofficial

Knox County Sheriff (Republican) Robert Becker (R) 530 Ryan J. Bishop (R) 369 Allen Gudehus (D) 278 Eastern Commissioner Terry “Red” Callahan (D) 140 Danny Gibbons (R) 194 Robert Lay…

Fire Destroys Rural Kahoka Home

Fire Destroys Rural Kahoka Home

Fire destroyed the Kris Courtney residence on Tuesday afternoon, August 7. Around 4:20pm, firefighters from the Revere Fire Department and the Clark County Rural Fire Department responded to a call…

Wyaconda River Bridge Reopens on Route D in Clark County

Wyaconda River Bridge Reopens on Route D in Clark County HANNIBAL – Friday, July 27, Route D will reopen to traffic south of Kahoka after almost two months of work…

Two Federal Search Warrants Executed Near Alexandria

Two Federal Search Warrants Executed Near Alexandria

Two federal search warrants were executed Wednesday morning , July 25, near Alexandria, as a convoy of federal, state and county law enforcement vehicles converged on the Smokerz Outlet and…

131st Annual Clark County Fair Kicks Off

131st Annual Clark County Fair Kicks Off

The 131st Clark County Fair started Monday night, as dozens of 4-H members brought their Art Hall projects to be judged.    The Art Hall results are listed below: Class Clover…

Alternative School To Address Needs Of At-Risk Students

By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 School District will add an option this fall that may allow some at-risk students to remain in school through graduation. At the district’s…