• Clark County R-1 School Board Names New President; Interviews Board Candidates0

    Clark County R-1 School Board Names New President; Interviews Board Candidates By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 School Board met on Thursday, April 8.  Topping the agenda was a board reorganization following Tuesday’s election.  Mark Plenge, who was reelected, and Craig Hunziker, who was elected for the first time, took their oath of office,

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  • Courthouse Bond Issue Approved0

    Courthouse Bond Issue Approved Clark County voters made it official on Tuesday.  It’s time for a new courthouse. By a nearly 2-1 margin, 1097-648, voters approved a four million dollar bond issue to demolish the existing 138 year old building, and replace it with a new courthouse. Voters also approved the Clark County R-1 School

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  • Three Arrested In Drug Task Force Investigation0

    Three Arrested In Drug Task Force Investigation During a joint investigation conducted by the North Missouri Drug Task Force, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, 3 arrests were made throughout the county, for distribution and/or sale of controlled substance(s), on April 2, 2010. Arrested were:  Patrick E. Huston, Age 60,

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  • Kahoka Aldermen Approve FY 2011 City Budget

    Kahoka Aldermen Approve FY 2011 City Budget0

    By Mike Scott  Kahoka’s Board of Aldermen held a public hearing on the 2010-11 city budget on Tuesday, March 30.   Only The Media attended the meeting.The aldermen reviewed the proposed budget, which is lower than the budget they approved for Fiscal Year 2010.  The board expects revenues to be $47,600 lower than last year, while

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  • Humes Finds Weather Balloon

    Humes Finds Weather Balloon0

    Humes Finds Weather Balloon– 9 year old Dalton Humes found a weather balloon on his grandfather, Ernest L. Humes’ farm, near Wyaconda, MO. The National Weather Service weather balloons are launched twice daily from nearly 100 locations in the US. Each balloon carries an instrument called a radiosonde. The radiosonde contains sensors, which measure atmospheric

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  • City of Alexandria Awarded $85,239 Emergency CDBG for Levee Repair Project

    City of Alexandria Awarded $85,239 Emergency CDBG for Levee Repair Project0

    City of Alexandria Awarded $85,239 Emergency CDBG for Levee Repair Project ALEXANDRIA – The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that the city of Alexandria has been approved for an $85,239 emergency Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for a levee repair project. The existing 7- and 10-inch drainage pumps used to transfer seepage

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