• Kahoka Board Looks At Utility Payment Policy0

    Kahoka Board Looks At Utility Payment Policy By Mike Scott Should a person who buys a foreclosed property at a sale at the courthouse door have to pay any back utilities owed on that property?That was a question brought before the Kahoka Board of Aldermen by Mayor Wayne Blum at their Monday, January 11 meeting.Blum

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  • Arrest Made In Connection With Kahoka Fire

    Arrest Made In Connection With Kahoka Fire1

    Arrest Made In Connection With Kahoka Fire The Clark County Sheriffs’ Office reports an early morning fire on Saturday,  January 9, 2010 that destroyed a home, garage, and vehicle owned by Joshua Brunk at 159 Garfield in Kahoka, MO .   Kahoka Fire Department was dispatched at approximately 2:33 am and upon their arrival found the

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  • Fire Destroys Kahoka Home

    Fire Destroys Kahoka Home0

    Fire Destroys Kahoka Home Kahoka firefighters were on the scene of the house fire for about four hours early Saturday morning, January 9.  According to Kahoka Fire Chief Lary Fountain, firefighters responded to a fire call at the Josh Brunk residence on Garfield Street in Kahoka at about 2:30AM.  The fire destroyed the home, garage

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  • Live Nativity

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    Live Nativity–The Wayland Methodist Church sponsored a live Nativity scene on Friday, December 18. Members of the Willing Workers 4-H Club took their turn portraying the Christmas story.

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  • Council Enacts Animal Control Ordinance Changes2

    Council Enacts Animal Control Ordinance Changes By Mike Scott After months of discussion and public input, the Kahoka Board of Aldermen gave a third reading of the city’s animal control ordinance revisions. The new laws were enacted after the council voted 3-0 to give its final approval to the revisions. The new laws limit the

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  • County Awarded for Low Interest Simulus Loan For Courthouse Project0

    County Awarded for Low Interest Simulus Loan For Courthouse Project  Clark County has been awarded a $3,420,000 dollar low interest loan approval through the Missouri Department of Economic Development. The money is from the Recovery?Zone Economic Development Bond fund. This is in addition to the nearly half-million dollar low interest loan approval the county previously

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