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Knox County Band Plays National Anthem

A video of the Knox County Marching Band performing the National Anthem on Friday night, September 26.…

KCCAM’s 40 Assets Project Funded

KCCAM’s 40 Assets Project Funded Knox County Coalition Against METH received notification on Tuesday, September 16, 2008, that their 40 Assets project has been funded by Missouri Prevention Assistance, Strategic…

KCR-1 Board of Education Authorizes Bus Purchase

By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) During the regular session meeting on Tuesday evening, September 16, 2008, Bus Mechanic Joe Holman and Transportation Director Steve Ramer presented data on the current…

Cardwell Lumber Inc. Commences with Large Expansion

Cardwell Lumber Inc. Commences with Large Expansion

Cardwell Lumber Inc. Commences with Large Expansion Cardwell Lumber Inc. Commences with Large Expansion By Crystal Howerton Cardwell Lumber Inc. initiated a large expansion on Wednesday morning, September 10, 2008…

Memphis Man Arraigned on Murder Charge

Memphis Man Arraigned on Murder Charge Memphis Democrat, reprinted with permissionA Memphis man was officially arraigned on murder charges in the Scotland County First Circuit Court on September 3rd. Michael…

Ellis Sentenced for Exploitation of Elderly

 Brian S. Ellis, DOB 12-23-1972, of Hannibal, MO was sentenced in Knox County Circuit Court on Friday, September 5, 2008.

Local Science Teacher Chosen as Amgen-NSTA Fellow

Local Science Teacher Chosen as Amgen-NSTA Fellow

Local Science Teacher Chosen as Amgen-NSTA Fellow Local Science Teacher Chosen as Amgen-NSTA Fellow Terri Slaughter, of Memphis, MO and a science teacher at Knox County R-1 High School was recently…

Volunteers Sandbag Low-Lying Areas in Edina

Volunteers Sandbag Low-Lying Areas in Edina

Volunteers Sandbag Low-Lying Areas in Edina  Volunteers Sandbag Low-Lying Areas in Edina By Crystal Howerton Approximately 70 locals joined together in filling sandbags and placing them in low-lying areas at…

City Council Approves Ordinance Increasing Digging Permit Fees

 The Edina Board of Alderman met on Monday evening, September 8, 2008 where they approved an ordinance to increase digging permit fees.

Multi-Jurisdictional Investigation Leads to Five Arrests

 Multi-Jurisdictional Investigation Leads to Five Arrests SEPTEMBER 12, 2008 – During the months of August and September 2008, several law enforcement agencies in northeast Missouri received numerous reports of car…

Edina Sentinel Old Time News

Edina Sentinel Old Time News By Crystal Howerton 100 Years AgoSeptember 11, 1908Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Raleigh, on Thursday, September 3, a boy.Ezra O. Brown and Miss Alice…