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Parents, students plead for small school’s future

Parents, students plead for small school’s future

Parents, students plead for small school’s futureBy Mike Scott Over 120 parents, students, faculty members and Wyaconda residents filled the gymnasium  at the Wyaconda C-1 school.“Our task tonight is to…

Clark County Settles Sex Discrimination Suit Filed By Former Female Deputy

Clark County and Sheriff Roy Gilbert have settled a discrimination filed last summer by former deputy Sarah Huston.

Kahoka’s Pamida Store To Close

By Mike Scott “We are closing the Kahoka store, unfortunately,” said Pamida Public Relations Manager Kerry Heinrich in a telephone interview Friday.Four Pamida stores in Missouri will close.  In addition…

MoDOT Celebrates Success, Faces Challenges

MoDOT Celebrates Success, Faces Challenges

MoDOT Celebrates Success, Faces ChallengesBy Mike Scott Drivers-be patient for just a few more months.The Avenue of the Saints project’s last remaining section to be converted to four-lane highway, located…

Kiwanis Pancake Supper

Kiwanis Pancake Supper

Kiwanis Pancake Supper…

Trailer Fire In Rural Clark County Claims The Life of Two Small Children And Leaves Family Homeless

By Kevin Fox Early Saturday morning at 3:12 a.m., a call came into the Clark County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center reporting a trailer house fire six miles west of Revere off…

DESE To Hold Public Hearing On Future Of The Wyaconda School District On Wednesday

State education officials will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, January 16 in the Wyaconda School District to discuss the district’s accreditation status and options for its future.The hearing will…

Squirrels, Cemetery Flowers And Decorations Top Kahoka Council Discussions Monday Night

Two unusual items  of discussion highlighted the Monday night, January 14, meeting of the Kahoka Board of Aldermen.…

New Year’s Resolution #1: Take Charge of Your Finances

Gaining control of your personal finances is always among the top vote getters among New Years resolutions. It's also among the most challenging.…

CAFO Roof Collapse Raises Questions

CAFO Roof Collapse Raises Questions

A large section of roof at the Bluff Road Genetics hog facility  near Peaksville collapsed in the early morning hours of January 1.  The collapse, presumably caused by the weight…

Missouri’s Minimum Wage Increased Jan. 1

Most of Missouri’s minimum wage workers should receive an wage increase to $6.65 per hour on January 1.  The only exemption that applies is for a retail or service business…