• Knox County Commission Changes Road Rock Policy0

    Knox County Commission Changes Road Rock Policy Recently the Knox County Commission announced that as of May 7th, 2010 Knox County would no longer match every one-truck load of rock bought by residents. This fading system also included the county hauling the rock at their expense. Knox County is the only county in the region

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  • Culpepper & Merriweather Circus Coming To Edina Sunday, May 20

     Culpepper & Merriweather Circus Coming To Edina Sunday, May 2 The Knox County Chamber of Commerce is bringing the Culpepper & Merriweather one ring Big Top Circus to town. Exotic animals, acrobats, and clowns will invade Edina Sunday May 2, 2010 and they have extended an open invitation to anyone, especially children, who want to

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  • Knox County R-1 Announces New Superintendent Of Schools

    Knox County R-1 Announces New Superintendent Of Schools0

     Knox County R-1 Announces New Superintendent Of Schools The Knox County R-I Board of Education announced Monday, April 19, 2010 the selection of Andy Turgeon to serve as superintendent of the Knox County School District effective July 1st, 2010. Mr. Turgeon was selected by the Board of Education at their April 15th Executive Session meeting.

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  • Steve Ramer Resigns Knox County Head Football Coaching Job0

    Steve Ramer Resigns Knox County Head Football Coaching Job By David Sharp Head varsity football coach Steve Ramer has resigned from the Knox County R-I School District effective at the close of the current school year. Steve Ramer compiled a 19-34 overall record at Knox County.Coach Ramer came to Knox County in 2005 from Sentral

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  • Good Turnout Seen In Knox County Municipal Elections0

    Good Turnout Seen In Knox County Municipal Elections Knox County Clerk, Debbie McCurren, is pleased with the April Municipal election.“An April election is usually the election with the lowest voter turnout, with past elections as low as a 12 percent turnout. We were pleased with the 27.10 percent turnout this year. These elections are expensive,

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  • Mo. Dept of Conservations Hosted “Evening With Wildlife” March 31

    Mo. Dept of Conservations Hosted “Evening With Wildlife” March 310

    Mo. Dept of Conservations Hosted “Evening With Wildlife” March 31 By Beth Hunolt  The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) hosted ”Evening With Wildlife,” Wednesday, March 31st at the Knox County School. This was open to the public and it is estimated that the event only comes around this area about every ten to fifteen years. Nearly

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