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School Issues Top Ballot In April 8 Municipal Elections

 By Mike Scott Clark County voters will head the polls next Tuesday, April 8, for the general municipal election.Kahoka voters won’t have much of a decision to make, and East…

Clark Co. R-1 Music Instructor Bob Dooley Receives Congressional and State Honors

Clark Co. R-1 Music Instructor Bob Dooley Receives Congressional and State Honors

Clark County R-1 Music Director Bob Dooley received some high honors Sunday March 30, during the High School's music program.

Kahoka Author Pens Mystery Thriller

Kahoka Author Pens Mystery Thriller

Multiple simplicities create a collage of adventure in the mystery thriller "The Dagger Key and The Lost Treasures of Kebadon", written by Kahoka native Dan Ferguson.

GIVE BLOOD DURING NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH

Enter your body text here. GIVE BLOOD DURING NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH April, 2008 – This April is an opportune time to begin the lifesaving tradition of donating blood during…

Pro Helps Basketball Players

Pro Helps Basketball Players

Pro Helps Basketball Players A Little Advice From a Pro–Several Clark County basketball players got some professional advice on improving their games from Coach Kyle Manary, son of CCR-1 Marketing instructor…

FCE Essay Contest

FCE Essay Contest

FCE Essay Contest On Tuesday, March 18 Clark County FCE recognized the top three finishers in their annual Student Essay Contest during the Council meeting at the Methodist Church in Wayland.…

Kahoka Cemetery Spring Clean-Up Scheduled

Kahoka Cemetery Spring Clean-Up Scheduled

Kahoka Cemetery Spring Clean-Up Scheduled By Mike Scott Kahoka Cemetery’s spring clean up will be held April 6-12 this year. The Kahoka Board of Aldermen recently revised the city’s policy on…

Wyaconda Vote Will Decide School’s Fate

It’s in the hands of the voters.

Interchange Work Resumes near Running Fox School in Clark County

Enter your body text here. Interchange Work Resumes near Running Fox School in Clark CountyWeather permitting, the week of March 24, MoDOT and its contractor will resume work to expand…

Protect Your Child From Cyber Bullying

By Mike Scott At one time or another, nearly every one has faced some kind of bullying.  Whether it’s name calling, intimidation, or physical pushing and shoving, bullying hurts kids.Today’s…

Hatching Chicks

Hatching Chicks

Hatching ChicksChicks Hatching In Luray–Luray School first grader Tressa Burr smiles as she holds one of the chicks from the University of Missouri Extension’s Embryology project.…