• Bridge work Planned for U.S. Route 136 in Clark County

    Bridge work Planned for U.S. Route 136 in Clark County0

    HANNIBAL – Weather permitting, Nov. 23, MoDOT crews will have U.S. Route 136 down to one lane between the on and off ramps at the junction of U.S. 136 and MO 27, just east of Wayland, for bridge work. Work will be completed between 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Please use caution if you will

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  • Websters Win In Clark County

    Websters Win In Clark County0

    The voters have had their voice heard. In Clark County, Shawn Webster has been elected Sheriff, crushing his opponents by a wide margin. Webster, a Republican, received 2649 votes, while Democrat Brian Lewis pulled in 421 votes. Independent Chad Hickey received 243 votes. In the Western District Commissioner race, Republican challenger Gary Webster edged incumbent

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  • Rural Kahoka Man Arrested On Variety of Charges

    Rural Kahoka Man Arrested On Variety of Charges0

    On 11-06-2016 at 0125 hours RR3 Box 8-8 in Kahoka, MO. The Kahoka Police Department arrested James Allen Gardner for the following charges: Possession of up to 35 Grams of Marijuana, Distribute/Deliver/Manufacture/Produce or attempt to or possess with intent to Distribute/Deliver/Manufacture/Produce a controlled substance, Unlawful Use of Drug Paraphernalia, Property Damage 2nd Degree, Tampering with

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  • One Arrest After Domestic Disturbance Involving Firearm in Clark County

    One Arrest After Domestic Disturbance Involving Firearm in Clark County0

    According to information released by the Clark County Sheriff Paul Gaudette, one woman has been arrested following a domestic disturbance involving a firearm. Press Release from the CCSO: At 11:59 a.m., October 20, 2016, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a call of a domestic disturbance in progress,

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  • Going Green In Kahoka

    Going Green In Kahoka0

    This story originally appeared in the October 5, 2016 issue of The Media. By Mike Scott A major Kahoka business has made a large investment in “going green”. Ball Volvo and GMC Trucks has installed a photovoltaic solar system which can generate more electricity than they currently consume. Their system went live on September 22.

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  • Kahoka’s Industrial Opportunities Slashes Recycling Operations; Workers Face Layoffs

    Kahoka’s Industrial Opportunities Slashes Recycling Operations; Workers Face Layoffs0

    Kahoka’s Sheltered Workshop, Industrial Opportunities, which provides meaningful employment to 48 local disabled workers, is facing a crisis which will result in immediate cuts in service, and layoffs to around half of the employees. “It’s a pretty difficult deal,” said long-time board member Ralph Plenge. Effective immediately, Industrial Opportunities will only accept cardboard for recycling.

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