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Confused About The Economic Stimulus Package?

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Residents Warned Of Medicare Scam

Clark County Sheriff Roy Gilbert has reported at least one case of a Medicae supplement scam. According to Sheriff Gilbert on February 1 a Clark County resident was contacted by…

Fall Start Set For Aug. 20

Fall Start Set For Aug. 20

Clark County R-1 schools will start fall classes on August 20 this year.…

Clark Co. R-1 Schools To Go Tobacco Free March 1

Clark County R-1 Schools are going tobacco free.

Wyaconda School Annexation Proposal On April Ballot

  By Mike Scott A group of Wyaconda citizens has placed an annexation proposal on the ballot by petition.  On April 8, Wyaconda voters will be asked: “Shall the Wyaconda…

OES 100th Anniversary Celebration A Success

OES 100th Anniversary Celebration A Success

OES 100th Anniversary Celebration A Success"Wednesday evening was an excellent celebration our Chapter’s 100th year.  We had a great celebration and the food was excellent.  I look forward to the…

Kahoka Seeking To Collect Delinquent Taxes

Is the taxman still looking for you?…

Cheer Clinic

Cheer Clinic

Cheer ClinicLITTLE INDIAN CHEER CLINIC–Sixty nine K-5 students took part in the Little Indian Cheer Clinic on Saturday, hosted by the CCR-1 Varsity Cheerleaders.  They were divided into three groups …

Local Craftsman To Receive National Attention

Local Craftsman To Receive National Attention

Local Craftsman To Receive National AttentionBy Mike Scott “I’m not really an artist or anything .  I really like doing the outdoor stuff,” said Kent Spory of Wayland. A bench…

Eastern Star To Celebrate 100th Anniversary

By Kevin Fox On January 30th Kahoka #40 Order of the Eastern Star will celebrate the 100th anniversary of it’s formation at the chapter’s building in Wayland.  Kahoka #40 has…

COURTWARMING

COURTWARMING

COURTWARMINGCOURTWARMING KING AND QUEEN–The CCR-1 Courtwarming King and Queen for 2008 are Ryan St. Clair and Audrey Moon.  The pair were voted on by students throughout the week, and announced…