• Emergency Planning In Knox, Because It’s Important

    Emergency Planning In Knox, Because It’s Important0

    Editorial by Echo Menges Large scale emergency planning in Knox County is something that has been reignited over the last few years, thanks in large to people like Kieth Gudehus, our former Emergency Management Director, Mimi Diaz, our former Missouri Emergency Response Commission (MERC) Coordinator, many local emergency responders, community volunteers, business leaders, government officials,

  • Edina City Council Meeting on 2-8-16: Full Video, Time Codes

    Edina City Council Meeting on 2-8-16: Full Video, Time Codes0

    The Edina City Council met on Monday, February 8, 2016 for a regular monthly meeting. Watch the full video of the meeting or use the time codes to fast forward to a specific item on the agenda. Scroll down for video. Time Codes: 00:00:00 = hours : minutes : seconds Call to Order – 00:01:58

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    On February 2, 2016, members of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office arrested Desiree M. Chatfield, age 20, of Canton, Missouri for tampering with a witness in a felony prosecution. Chatfield is accused of tampering with a witness in a felony drug prosecution in December 2015.  This is the fourth person arrested for witness tampering in

  • Vehicle Rollover Send Two to Hospital

    Vehicle Rollover Send Two to Hospital0

    According to a MSHP Crash Report, Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 3:00 p.m., on U.S. 61, three miles north of Canton, Missouri, 46 year-old Michael A. Masen of Chicago, Illinois, was driving a southbound 2003 Dodge Caravan that traveled off of the left side of the roadway and overturned. Masen and a female passenger, 43

  • Vote Yes, No or Both?

    Vote Yes, No or Both?0

    By Mike Scott The April municipal election is likely to be confusing for voters. As we reported last week, the Clark County Commissioners are asking voters to vote “NO” on a question on the Tuesday, April 5 ballot. Clark County could lose approximately $206,312 per year in local tax revenue unless voters reject the ballot

  • Commissioners Pass $5.4 Million Dollar Budget

    Commissioners Pass $5.4 Million Dollar Budget0

    By Mike Scott Clark County plans to spend just under $5.5 million dollars this year. That’s $900,845.60 more than the county’s actual 2015 expenses. The 2016 Clark County budget, approved by the commissioners on Tuesday, January 26, projects total expenses for the year to total $5,471,138.22. The budget shows that the county started 2016 with



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