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MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers

MU Extension workshop offers teens chance to hone video skills, raise awareness of impact of deployment on peers   COLUMBIA, Mo. – Teens who want to learn about video production…

Last spring’s freeze means fruit growers must prune more, split fertilizer applications

Last spring’s freeze means fruit growers must prune more, split fertilizer applications COLUMBIA, Mo. – The unprecedented freeze of spring 2007 will affect fruit harvested this year, requiring more pruning…

Seeding legumes in pastures cuts nitrogen cost,boosts livestock performance, MU specialist says

Seeding legumes in pastures cuts nitrogen cost,boosts livestock performance, MU specialist says COLUMBIA, Mo. – High-priced nitrogen has livestock producers worried about the cost of fertilizing their pastures, said a…

Good Clark County Turnout Seen In Presidential Primary

By Mike Scott Clark County voters turned out in good numbers for the Tuesday, February 5 presidential primary election.Twenty-eight and a half percent of Clark County’s registered voters went to…

Kiwanis Celebrate

Kiwanis Celebrate

Kiwanis CelebrateKIWANIS CHARTER NIGHT–The Clark County Kiwanis Club held it’s Charter Night celebration on Monday, February 4.  Charter members in attendance were: (Front) Tabitha Herrs, Audrey Smith, Mary Lewis, Kim…

Don’t Shoot That Squirrel Yet

In response to concerns brought about after the January Kahoka Council meeting, City Attorney Rick Roberts clarified the city’s ordinances on discharging weapons in the city of Kahoka.“We have a…

Friday Accident Kills Two

Two people died as the result of a two vehicle accident on Highway 136 near Alexandria on Friday evening, February 8.According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Albert Bosshart, 50,…

Cemetery Board Members Resign, Two New Members Appointed

Four Kahoka Cemetery Board members resigned in protest of action taken last month by the Kahoka Board of Aldermen to limit decorations at Kahoka’s Cemetery.

Late winter seeding through February can give your lawn a head start come spring

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Late winter seeding through February can help give your lawn a head start come spring, said a University of Missouri turfgrass scientist.…

Higher priced Compact Fluorescent light bulbs pay for themselves in the end

Higher priced Compact Fluorescent light bulbs pay for themselves in the end COLUMBIA, Mo. – Consumers may feel sticker shock when paying $4 to replace that burnt out 50-cent incandescent…

MU guidesheet gives selling tips for local food producers

MU guidesheet gives selling tips for local food producers   COLUMBIA, Mo. – The growing popularity of local markets for fresh food presents farm families with opportunities to increase profits,…