• Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now”

    Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now”0

    Despite Cut in State Aid, CCR-1 District Okay “For Now” By Mike Scott Despite a two percent cut in education funding announced by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, the Clark County R-1 District may actually see an increase in state aid over what they anticipated.“We will probably be okay this year,” said Superintendent Ritchie Kracht.  At

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  • Death Leads To Elderly Abuse Arrest

    Death Leads To Elderly Abuse Arrest1

    On February 23, 2010 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office received a call for a elderly abuse hotline investigation at a residence at RR 3 Box 26A Kahoka, MO. Agencies  Assisting with the call include The Division of Family Services and the Childrens Division, and The Clark County Sheriffs Office.  During the investigation they spoke with

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  • THREE PEOPLE FROM SCOTLAND & CLARK COUNTIES SENTENCED ON FEDERAL METHAMPHETAMINE CHARGES0

    THREE PEOPLE FROM SCOTLAND & CLARK COUNTIES SENTENCED ON FEDERAL METHAMPHETAMINE CHARGES St. Louis, MO: The United States Attorney’s Office announced today that three people were  sentenced on methamphetamine conspiracy charges. Michelle Brand, 28, Memphis, MO, was sentenced to 48 months in prison on one felony count of conspiracy to manufacture in excess of 50

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