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Citizens Bank President Killed In Accident

   A two-vehicle accident on Route J four miles north of Hurdland leaves one man dead and another seriously injured. …

Citizen’s Bank of Edina cashier Sharon Hettinger celebrated her 35th year of employment on Tuesday, August 21, 2007.

Citizen’s Bank of Edina cashier Sharon Hettinger celebrated her 35th year of employment on Tuesday, August 21, 2007.

Citizen's Bank of Edina cashier Sharon Hettinger celebrated her 35th year of employment on Tuesday, August 21, 2007.…

Knox County Board of Education Sets Tax Levy; Approves Mileage and Meal Reimbursements

A tax hearing to set the new tax levy was held before the regular August meeting of the Knox County Board of Education on Tuesday evening, August 21, 2007.

Knox County R-I School and Community Welcomes New Teachers

Knox County R-I School and Community Welcomes New Teachers      Kim Bair is teaching Middle School and High School Social Studies.  Ms. Bair is a graduate of Scotland County…

City Council Reviews Proposed Ordinances; Discusses Sanitation Rates Increase

“We are down $6,800 in sanitation so far this year,” said Edina Mayor Davey Strickler.     City Treasurer Peggy Collinge was absent for the August meeting, however she expressed concern…

Knox Co. Quail Focus Area Annual Cookout and Habitat Tour

Storms swept through the surrounding area late on Wednesday afternoon, August 8, 2007 providing the county with some much-needed rain prior to the Knox County Quail Focus Area (QFA) Annual…

USDA Rural Development Provides $92,000 to University of Missouri Greenley Research Center for New Research Plot Combine

USDA Rural Development Provides $92,000 to University of Missouri Greenley Research Center for New Research Plot Combine

On August 2, 2007, USDA Rural Development presented the University of Missouri, Greenley Research Center with a mock check for $92,000 to assist in the purchase of a new research…

300 Attend 30th Field Day At Greenley Research Center

Among each of the three tours, soil fertility was targeted in several presentations during the 30th Field Day at UM Greenley Memorial Research Center on Thursday morning, August 2, 2007. …

KCR-1 Board Offers Athletic Director Position to Stephanie Crawford

The Knox County Board of Education offered a contract to Stephanie Crawford as Athletic Director/Athletic Trainer/Sub Finder, as well as numerous other contracts during the executive session meeting on Tuesday…

Soil Fertility Among Topics On All Three Tours

Soil fertility will be featured on each of the three tours, even the beef tour, at the Greenley Memorial Research Center Field Day, Aug. 2, at the University of Missouri…

Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Sam Gunter Retires After 33 Years in Knox County

Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Sam Gunter Retires After 33 Years in Knox County

The retirement of Missouri Conservation Agent Sam Gunter marks the end of long and rewarding career in Knox County. After serving Knox County for over 33 years, he will retire…