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Kahoka Police Investigate 10 Burglaries Thursday Morning

Kahoka police officers are investigating 10 burglaries which occurred in the early morning hours of Thursday, November 8.…

Falling Down? Time to Take Action

Falling Down? Time to Take Action

Clark County’s historic 136-year-old courthouse is not falling down.
Yet.
A tour of the Clark County Courthouse, built in 1871, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, shows…

Clark Co. R-1 District Wellness Committee To Meet Nov. 19

The Clark County R-1 School District wellness committee will hold a meeting on Monday, November 19.  The meeting will be at the Central Office starting at 6:00 p.m.…

A Veteran’s Thoughts on Veterans’ Day

A Veteran’s Thoughts on Veterans’ Day

"To me, everyday is Veteran's Day. I recognize the holiday like everyone else does. However, everyday that we enjoy in this country is because of the veterans, those serving now…

Kahoka Council Compares Electric Rates At Hearing

“Nobody wants to pay higher electric rates,” said Kahoka Mayor Herb Butler.  “But we’re really not going to have any choice.”

Clark Co. Health Department Gets $68,378 Renovation Grant

Sixteen local county health departments in northeast and north central Missouri are sharing $1,172,494, thanks to a special funding effort by Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH).  These grants fund infrastructure…

State Auditor Susan Montee Begins Audit of Clark County

Missouri State Auditor, Susan Montee, has begun an audit of Clark County. She urges anyone with information or concerns to call the State Auditor’s toll-free hotline at 800-347-8597. This number…

Kayla Oilar, Matt Sewell and Kelsey Arnold Grab Outstanding 4-H Honors

Kayla Oilar,  Matt Sewell and Kelsey Arnold Grab Outstanding 4-H Honors

The Clark County 4-H Recognition program was held October 21, at the Kahoka Christian Church. The annual event recognizes the efforts of 4-H members for their various achievements. Serving as…

Learning Not To Burn: Elementary Students Take Home Fire Safety Tips

Learning Not To Burn:  Elementary Students Take Home Fire Safety Tips

Clark County Elementary children have had some special visitors recently as local firefighters have shared with the students the dangers of fires in their homes and safety tips in prevention.…

Bond Discusses Intelligence And Defense At NEMO RPC Ribbon Cutting In Memphis

Bond Discusses Intelligence And Defense At NEMO RPC Ribbon Cutting In Memphis

United States Senator Kit Bond visited the area last week, cutting the ribbon at the Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission building in Memphis on Wednesday afternoon.  The NEMO RPC recently…

CCR-1 Student Council Addresses School Board About Screening Test Concerns

Several members of the Clark County R-1 High School student council attended Thursday’s CCR-1 school board meeting to express their concerns about the recent health screening, which included a measurement…