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Numerous Derelict Structures in Edina to Be Demolished

By order of the Edina Board of Alderman, multiple properties within city limits are to be knocked down or repaired due to many years of neglect.…

Funds ‘Planted’ for Knox and Lewis Counties Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

Libby Davis said, "It was great!" growing up in Knox County, Missouri. She played basketball and softball and went swimming every Saturday at Baring Country Club. She was in band…

D.L.C. Center to Close Doors February 1

By Crystal Howerton Daycare owner Deloris Stauffer, of Edina, has confirmed recent rumors that Dee’s Loving Care Center is closing, effective Friday, February 1, 2007.Stauffer said that in spite of…

Rotary Presents Dictionaries to Knox Co. Third Graders

Rotary Presents Dictionaries to Knox Co. Third Graders

On Wednesday, January 16, 2008, the Knox County Rotary Club handed out dictionaries to all the third graders at the Knox County Elementary School. …

School Health Advisory Council Makes Additional Recommendations

By Crystal Howerton (from minutes) The Knox County R-1 Board of Education met on Monday evening, January 14, 2008, having been moved up from the usual Tuesday meeting.During the meeting,…

Hawkins Donates Stuffed Animals

Hawkins Donates Stuffed Animals

Hawkins Donates Stuffed Animals…

Roberts’ Arraignment Scheduled for Feb. 8; Charged With 2006 Murder In Knox City

The preliminary hearing for Shane Colby Roberts, 28, of Kirksville, MO, was held on Friday, January 11, 2007 at 1:30 p.m., having been continued from Friday, December 28. Roberts was…

All District Musicians

All District Musicians

All District Musicians…

Judge Alberty Grants Continuance in Knox City Homicide Case

Judge Alberty Grants Continuance in Knox City Homicide Case

The Knox County Associate Circuit court convened at approximately 9:45 a.m. on Friday, December 28, 2007, in the preliminary hearing of Shane Colby Roberts, 28, of Kirksville, MO, having been…

.45 Caliber Bullet Enters Vaughn Residence on Route P

.45 Caliber Bullet Enters Vaughn Residence on Route P

"It was very scary," admitted Wilma Vaughn.  "My husband, Winfred, was in the basement when I heard a loud, popping noise.  I thought he had flipped the electricity off.  But,…

GIANT STOCKING GIVE-AWAY

GIANT STOCKING GIVE-AWAY

GIANT STOCKING GIVE-AWAYGIANT STOCKING GIVE-AWAY – Citizen’s Bank of Edina President Doug Mayer presented four-year-old Brayden Jones (middle) the giant Christmas stocking on Wednesday morning, December 26, 2007.  Also pictured…