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School Board Accepts Single Snow Removal Bid

 
 The October meeting of the KCR-1 Board of Education was held in the boardroom on Tuesday evening, October 16, 2007.…

Going Up: Council Considers Santitation Rate Increase

Not only can Edina residents expect their sanitation rates to increase next month, the price for additional trash stickers has been raised as well; changes effective November 1, 2007.…

Knox County Commissioners Grant Two Construction Permits for Class II CAFO’s

Knox County Commissioners have granted New Generation Pork, LLC, Steven Miller, owner, construction permits for two Class II CAFO's (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations), to be located south of Knox City.…

Knox County Commission Adopts Class IV (300-1000 Animal Unit) CAFO to County Health Ordinance

After much consideration, the County Commissioners voted to include a Class IV CAFO in the Knox County Health Ordinance on Monday, October 1, 2007.

Miller Named Memphis Market President for U.S. Bank

Craig Miller, of Edina, former Vice President and Senior Lender of United State Bank in Edina, has recently moved to the U.S. Bank in Memphis. …

Local Youth Attend 4-H Space Camp Huntsville, Alabama

Local Youth Attend 4-H Space Camp  Huntsville, Alabama

Local Youth Attend 4-H Space Camp Huntsville, AlabamaOn October 2, 2007, Logan Garrett, Jon Harder and Will Minear of the Knox County 4-H Youth Development programs were among 42 youth…

Northeast Missouri Setting For Newarks-of-the-World Reunion

 An event that has become a celebration of uniqueness and forged friendships will be held in the Town of Newark, Missouri, during the weekend of October 5-6-7, 2007, that will…

Knox Co. Resident Shot In Marion Co.

A former Kahoka police officer. Larry J. Uhlmeyer, was involved in a shooting at his residence in Marion County on Sunday morning. Uhlmeyer was also Marion County Deputy until April…

KCR-1 Awarded Afterschool Grants Totaling Over $19,000

Knox County R-1 Schools is one of 98 schools that will benefit from $1 million in funds called for and secured by Governor Matt Blunt to expand afterschool programs in…

Knox County Commissioners Visited By CAFO Opposition Last Monday

Knox County Commissioners Visited By CAFO Opposition Last Monday

Following last Monday's meeting of CAFO advocates, the critics answered back with a visit of their own on September 24.  As with any situation, there are always two sides and…

Facial Piercings Banned in Knox Co. Schools

During the regular session meeting on Tuesday evening, September 17, 2007, the Board of Education voted to ban facial piercings in Knox County Schools due to educational and safety concerns.…