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Edina’s July Council Meeting Becomes Quite Intense

Though the temperatures in Edina’s City Hall were much cooler than the July 14 day outside—tempers became heated inside when resident Scot Krunze criticized the Council’s handling of derelict buildings…

4-H/FFA FAIR ROYALTY

4-H/FFA FAIR ROYALTY

4-H/FFA FAIR ROYALTY  4-H/FFA FAIR ROYALTY – (Back row, l to r) Princess Candidate Lacey Watts, Princess Candidate Jaclyn Scott, Princess Candidate Rebecca Sparks, Queen Candidate Shelby Oldfather, King Candidate…

LITTLE MR. AND MS. FIRECRACKER

LITTLE MR. AND MS. FIRECRACKER

LITTLE MR. AND MS. FIRECRACKER LITTLE MR. AND MS. FIRECRACKER CONTEST – Nash Miller and Katie Hamlin were crowned Hurdland 4th of July Little Mr. and Ms. Firecracker during the…

New Flagpole

New Flagpole

New FlagpoleNEW FLAGPOLE – Assisted by City of Edina employees and Union Electric, Edina Fire Department Co-Chiefs Tom Morgret (left) and Martin Edwards (middle) set a new flagpole at the…

Knox County R-1 Employs New Bus Mechanic

Knox County R-1 Employs New Bus Mechanic By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) The Knox County R-1 School Board met on Monday morning, at 6:30 a.m. for a special open session…

Brett Bryant Named To MHSBCA Academic All State Baseball Team

Brett Bryant Named To MHSBCA Academic All State Baseball Team

Brett Bryant Named To MHSBCA Academic All State Baseball TeamBrett Bryant Named To MHSBCA Academic All State Baseball Team By David SharpKnox County Eagle first baseman Brett Bryant has been…

Knox Co. and Edina Emergency Management Directors Obtain Sandbags from SEMA

Knox Co. and Edina Emergency Management Directors Obtain Sandbags from SEMA

 Knox County and Edina Emergency Management Directors recently contacted SEMA (State Emergency Management Agency) requesting sandbags to protect low lying areas around Edina and in Knox County.

“Ride into 4-H and FFA”

 The 2008 Knox County Fair is just around the corner. This year the fair will be just a little later, July 12-18, 2008. The theme for this year’s fair is…

County Commission Amends County Health Ordinance

By Crystal Howerton On Friday morning, June 27, 2008, Knox County Commissioners approved another amendment to the county health ordinance providing for capacity guidelines for a Class IV CAFO. Amendment…

Heavy Rains Cause Local Flooding In Knox County

Heavy Rains Cause Local Flooding In Knox County

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Knox County did--up to eight inches Tuesday night, which caused flooding and closed roads.

Hurdland 4th of July Event Celebrates 136 Years

  By Crystal Howerton Hurdland will host its 136th annual Fourth of July Celebration on Thursday, July 3 and Friday, July 4th, 2008. Festivities will kick off Thursday afternoon at…