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Kaser Murder Suspects Plead “Not Guilty”

Kaser Murder Suspects Plead “Not Guilty”

By Echo Menges According to court documents, the men accused of murdering Edina native, Carmilita Kaser, 92, in her Moberly home on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013, have plead “not…

State Auditor Has Released the Knox County Audit Follow-up Report

State Auditor Has Released the Knox County Audit Follow-up Report

State Auditor Has Released the Knox County Audit Follow-up ReportJEFFERSON CITY (May 22, 2013) – State Auditor Tom Schweich today released the follow-up report to his Dec. 2012 audit of Knox…

Tin Roof Torn From Building On The Edina Town Square – Photos

Tin Roof Torn From Building  On The Edina Town Square – Photos

Tin Roof Torn From Building On The Edina Town Square - PhotosBy Echo Menges A roof was torn off one of the buildings on the south side of the Edina…

Cuts To Head Start Programs Coming Soon To Northeast Missouri – Kahoka Head Start Closing

Cuts To Head Start Programs Coming Soon To Northeast Missouri – Kahoka Head Start Closing

Cuts To Head Start Programs Coming Soon To Northeast Missouri - Kahoka Head Start ClosingNMCAA – Northeast Missouri Community Action Agency’s Head Start Program will begin feeling the impact of…

USDA Rural Development Announces $3.3 Million In Low Interest Loan And Grant Money To Fix The City’s Sewer System – Watch The Video

USDA Rural Development Announces $3.3 Million In Low Interest Loan And Grant Money To Fix The City’s Sewer System – Watch The Video

USDA Rural Development Announces $3.3 Million In Low Interest Loan And Grant Money To Fix The City's Sewer System - Watch The VideoA special announcement was made at City Hall…

Knox County Swimming Pool Trying To Stay Afloat

Knox County Swimming Pool Trying To Stay Afloat

Knox County Swimming Pool Trying To Stay AfloatBy Echo Menges On Monday, April 8, 2013, the Edina City Council, during their monthly council meeting, were posed with the question of…

Gov. Nixon announces that the Department of Revenue will no longer scan or retain CCW certificates

Gov. Nixon announces that the Department of Revenue will no longer scan or retain CCW certificates   JEFFERSON CITY, MO. – Gov. Jay Nixon announced today that the Department of…

Prosecutor Seeking Death Penalty In Kaser Murder Case

Prosecutor Seeking Death Penalty In Kaser Murder Case

This photo was taken by Jason Kincaid in Macon Monday morning, April 1, 2013, of the suspects being taken into custody by law enforcement officials.According to the Randolph County Prosecutor,…

The System Let Us Down – Kaser Murder Update

The System Let Us Down – Kaser Murder Update

This photo was taken by Jason Kincaid in Macon Monday morning, April 1, 2013, of the suspects being taken into custody by law enforcement officials.By Echo Menges Jeffrey Jay Nichols,…

Could The Murder Of Carmelita Kaser Have Been Avoided?

Could The Murder Of Carmelita Kaser Have Been Avoided?

Left: Jeffrey Nichols Right: Christopher LewisBy Echo Menges Long time residents of Knox County have been reeling over the murder of Edina native, Carmelita Kaser, 92, of Moberly who died…

Knox Municipal Election Results – School Board Members Elected – Rock Tax Defeated At The Polls

Knox Municipal Election Results – School Board Members Elected – Rock Tax Defeated At The Polls

Left: Nathan Shinkle Right: Shelly BughAccording to an unofficial Election Report from the Knox County Clerk, Marlene Spory, votes from every precinct have been counted and 865 voters have made…