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Reporter for The Edina Sentinel Covering Knox County, Missouri Since 2010

Investigation Launched Into Death Of Over 30 Head Of Cattle – Photos

Investigation Launched Into Death Of Over 30 Head Of Cattle – Photos

Investigation Launched Into Death Of Over 30 Head Of Cattle - Photos By Echo Menges On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, the Knox County Sheriff Allen Gudehus responded to the report…

Knox City Man Facing Involuntary Manslaughter Charge For Mother’s Death – Bail Denied

Knox City Man Facing Involuntary Manslaughter Charge For Mother’s Death – Bail Denied

Knox City Man Facing Involuntary Manslaughter Charge For Mother’s Death - Bail DeniedBy Echo Menges According to court documents, the Knox County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a Class C felony…

Lady Eagles Season Ends After Buzzer Beater By Lady Bulldogs

Lady Eagles Season Ends After Buzzer Beater By Lady Bulldogs

These photos were taken by The Edina Sentinel’s Sports Reporter David Sharp. Read David’s full stories about the last two games of the Lady Eagle’s Basketball Season in the March…

Footprints In Snow Lead Police Straight To Burglary Suspects – Baby Left Alone While Suspects Burglarized Neighbor

Footprints In Snow Lead Police Straight To Burglary Suspects – Baby Left Alone While Suspects Burglarized Neighbor

Footprints In Snow Lead Police Straight To Burglary Suspects - Baby Left Alone While Suspects Burglarized NeighborBy Echo Menges According to court documents, on Tuesday night, March 4, 2014, at…

Lady Eagles To Quarterfinals Win Against Clopton

Lady Eagles To Quarterfinals Win Against Clopton

Lady Eagles To Quarterfinals Win Against Clopton By David Sharp The Clopton Lady Hawks are one of the proven programs in Missouri High School basketball. The 2005 state champions have won their district…

Knox County Storm Spotter Training On Thursday, March 6

Knox County Storm Spotter Training On Thursday, March 6

Knox County Storm Spotter Training On Thursday, March 6Edina – The National Weather Service (NWS) is tasked with the difficult job of warning the public of dangerous weather. Many tools…

Trailer Home Destroyed By Fire In Edina – Photos/Video

Trailer Home Destroyed By Fire In Edina – Photos/Video

Trailer Home Destroyed By Fire In Edina - Photos/VideoOn Sunday morning, March 2, 2014, the fire alarm sounded in Edina at approximately 8:45 a.m. The Edina Fire Department, Knox County…

KCHS Lady Eagles Varsity Basketball Team Wins District Championships

KCHS Lady Eagles Varsity Basketball Team Wins District Championships

Photo By Linda Woods of EdinaOn Saturday, March 1, 2014, the KCHS Girls Varsity Basketball Team won 58 to 41 against Marceline taking home the Class 2 District 6 title.…

Gov. Nixon activates State Emergency Operations Center in Preparation for Winter Storm System

Gov. Nixon activates State Emergency Operations Center in Preparation for Winter Storm System

Gov. Nixon activates State Emergency Operations Center in Preparation for Winter Storm SystemMar. 1, 2014 JEFFERSON CITY – Ahead of a major winter storm system that is anticipated to bring…

Bobcat Confiscated In Hannibal

Bobcat Confiscated In Hannibal

Bobcat Confiscated In HannibalBobcat Located By Animal Control Officer HANNIBAL – On Friday  at 8:50 a.m. while investigating a call of animal neglect an Animal Control Officer with the Hannibal…

Karen Coleen Kinnamon Miller

Karen Coleen Kinnamon Miller

   Karen Coleen Kinnamon Miller was born Dec 28, 1939, to Jack and Faith Adams Kinnamon of Centerville IA.  Growing up in the Milton IA area, she graduated from high…