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Flooding Photos From Sunday, June 15

Flooding Photos From Sunday, June 15

Flooding Photos From Sunday, June 15These photos were taken Sunday afternoon.…

RECORD CREST FORECAST

 RECORD CREST FORECAST Saturday 5:00PM A record crest in the Mississippi River is expected to occur late Tueday, and remain at record levels until the end of the week. The…

Flood Waters On The Rise

Flood Waters On The Rise

The rivers are rising again, and residents in the Alexandria area are getting ready.

Wyaconda Alumni Attend 93rd Annual Banquet

 Wyaconda Alumni Attend 93rd Annual Banquet The alumni of Wyaconda High School celebrated the 93rd annual alumni banquet on Saturday, May 24, 2008, at the Wyaconda School gym.President Barb Yancy…

Results Of Sobriety Checkpoint Conducted In Clark County

 Results Of Sobriety Checkpoint Conducted In Clark County Captain John W. Elliott, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces the results of a sobriety checkpoint conducted in Clark County by…

Fatal Fire In Kahoka Wednesday Morning

Fatal Fire In Kahoka Wednesday Morning

Fatal Fire In Kahoka Wednesday MorningFATAL FIRE IN KAHOKA WEDNESDAY The Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Kahoka Police Department, Missouir Fire Marshall’s Office and Kahoka Clark County Fire Department report a…

Shinn Honored For Service To National Center for Law and Economic Justice

  By Mike Scott “I love this job. The pay is doubled every January 1 and the benefits are better than any corporation–the gaining of good friends and great experience,”…

2008 Relay For Life’s Hero of Hope

2008 Relay For Life’s Hero of Hope

2008 Relay For Life’s Hero of HopeOn June 21, the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life will be held in Kahoka. Serving as the keynote speaker for the evening will…

Kahoka Council To Address Cemetery Complaints

Kahoka Council To Address Cemetery Complaints

Kahoka Council To Address Cemetery ComplaintsFollowing a weekend cleanup at the cemetery, the Kahoka Board of Alderman heard complaints from several area residents at Monday night’s meeting. Flowers and decorations…

Flooding – Several State Roads Expected to Close

Alexandria area businesses and residents are packing up and preparing for major flooding.

LEPC Discusses National Incident Training

By Kevin Fox The Clark County LEPC (Local Emergency Planning Committee) met in its regular bi-monthly meeting at the Kahoka Fire Station on Thursday, May 22. After the approval of…