• Cub Scouts Make A Comeback

    Cub Scouts Make A Comeback0

    By Echo Menges After many years of being nonexistent in Knox County, the Cub Scouts are back, thanks in large to the persistence of a handful of parents. The new Pack Leader Rayden Gilbert, Popcorn Kernel Deborah Dooley, Den Leaders Nathan Shinkle and David Cameron, along with the committee of Cub Scout parents who are

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  • Knox County Anhydrous Thefts Way Up In 20120

    By Echo Menges The number of “known about” anhydrous ammonia thefts in Knox County is way, way up in 2012. According to a representative of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, so far this year there have been approximately 53 instances in which the farm chemical used as an ingredient in the manufacturing of methamphetamine has

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  • Bank Teller Arrested For Felony Check Forgery0

    Bank Teller Arrested For Felony Check Forgery By Echo Menges According to court documents Knox County Associate Circuit Judge William E. Alberty issued a warrant for Amy Mallett, 34, of Baring on November 9, 2012 for forgery, a Class C felony. The documents read that Mallett allegedly altered a check dated October 15, 2012 by

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  • C-SC RANKED IN TOP 4 PERCENT IN NATION AS MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY CONNECTED CAMPUS0

    C-SC RANKED IN TOP 4 PERCENT IN NATION AS MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY CONNECTED CAMPUS CANTON, Mo.—Culver-Stockton College was ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the 53rd most Connected Campus in the country. Culver-Stockton scored higher than any other school in Missouri, Illinois or Iowa. Of the 1471 schools that submitted connectivity data, Culver-Stockton’s ranking

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  • Steeple Repair Project Nearing The Next Phase

    Steeple Repair Project Nearing The Next Phase0

    By Echo Menges    The steeple of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Edina had been a beacon in Knox County for well over a century. According to the church’s historical records it was constructed in 1890. Towering over Edina the steeple is easily Knox County’s highest structure, its highest point an estimated 220 feet from

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  • Follow the “Road To Bethlehem” in Farmington0

    The public is invited to come free of charge to “Road to Bethlehem”. This is a live outdoor nativity play complete with animals including camels. It will be held Friday, December 14 and Saturday, December 15 from 6-8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Farmington, Iowa located on the corner of Tremont and Sixth

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