• Indian Football Head Coach Leaving District

    Indian Football Head Coach Leaving District0

    Clark County Indian Head Football coach Scott Murdock will be leaving the Clark County R-1 School district at the end of the year. “It’s been a good run,” Murdock told The Media on Wednesday, confirming rumors of his planned departure. Murdock and his wife, Patricia, will be returning to the Las Vegas area. The district

  • Lady Indians Win Conference Track Title

    Lady Indians Win Conference Track Title0

    The Clark County Lady Indians won their first Clarence Cannon Conference title on Monday. Here are a few photos from the event. A story will be posted after we receive results. Congratulations Lady Indians!

  • Sunday Night Fire in Winchester-Video and Photos

    Sunday Night Fire in Winchester-Video and Photos0

    Wayland and Alexandria firefighters were called to a structure fire in Winchester at about 9:40pm on Sunday evening. On arrival, they discovered at least three fires spanning about a city block. It is unclear whether the three fires were stared separately, although witnesses said sparks and embers from the unoccupied structure flew high into the

  • Dates For CCR-1 Summer School Announced0

    Summer School for the Clark County R-1 School District will be held May 26-June 25 this year, with classes not in session on Fridays June 5th, 12th, and 19th. Summer School forms are available at Clark County Middle School and each child should have brought one home from school. There will be a Luray pickup

  • Kahoka Police Dept. To Purchase Tasers0

    By Mike Scott Police officers in Kahoka will soon be carrying Tasers. At the Monday, April 13 meeting of the Kahoka Board of Aldermen, Police Chief Bill Conger request approval of the purchase, along with a Taser usage policy, as recommended by the city’s insurance company. The city will purchase two tasers at a cost

  • IV Drug Use Increasing In Kahoka

    IV Drug Use Increasing In Kahoka0

    By Mike Scott “Intravenous drug use is as high as I’ve remember it ever being,” said Kahoka Police Chief Bill Conger. “It gives users a faster high, but it doesn’t last as long, so they have to shoot up again.” In Kahoka, police officers execute search warrants for drug offenses about once a month, according