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HOW READY ARE WE?

By Kevin Fox The Clark County Health Department hosted a Tabletop exercise on Tuesday, May 27 for the purpose of testing Clark County’s emergency capabilities in the event a severe…

Memorial Day In Kahoka

Memorial Day In Kahoka

Memorial Day In KahokaKahoka veterans organizations hosted a Memorial Day service Monday night in Kahoka’s City Park.…

American Cancer Society’s Brenda Carlin: “There is so much work to do”

By Kevin Fox With Clark County’s Relay For Life quickly approaching, teams are working on wrapping up fundraisers, skits and lip sync performances. It really is a year-long process, in…

Clark County Courthouse On Missouri’s Most Endangered Historic Places List

Clark County Courthouse On Missouri’s Most Endangered Historic Places List

Clark County Courthouse On Missouri’s Most Endangered Historic Places ListClark County’s 137 year old courthouse has been listed as one of Missouri’s most endangered historic places by The Missouri Alliance…

CLark County Marching Indians Begin Countdown For Hawaii Trip

It’s just a matter of days now. The trip of a lifetime, over a year in the planning, is almost a reality for the members of the Clark County Marching…

BLADES OF GRASS AND PURE WHITE STONES

BLADES OF GRASS AND PURE WHITE STONES

THANK YOU, VETERANS.

Kahoka Police Cars Will Have Video Cameras

 By Mike Scott Kahoka police cars will soon be sporting video cameras. At the Monday night, May 12 meeting of the Kahoka Board of Aldermen, the council gave its approval…

CCR-1 Class of 2008 Graduates

CCR-1 Class of 2008 Graduates

CCR-1 Class of 2008 Graduates By Mike Scott Clark County R-1 High School in Kahoka held its 2008 graduation ceremonies Sunday afternoon in the CCR-1 gym. Seventy three seniors received their…

Wyaconda Spring Program and Graduation

Wyaconda Spring Program and Graduation

Wyaconda School celebrated its Spring Program on Thursday, May 15.

Clark County R-1 Baccalaureate

Clark County R-1 Baccalaureate

Photos from Wednesday night's ceremony

CCR-1 Faces 22% Health Insurance Increase

CCR-1 Faces 22% Health Insurance Increase

CCR-1 Faces 22% Health Insurance IncreaseCCR-1 Faces 22% Health Insurance Increase Clark County R-1 Schools is facing a 22.2 percent increase in employee health insurance. At Thursday’s meeting of the…