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Driver’s License Changes To Be Implemented Next Week

Clark County residents renewing their drivers’ license, permits and non-driver ID on March 11, 2013 or after will begin receiving the new Missouri driver’s license and non-driver identification cards. The…

Blessing Health System holds free public health fair

Blessing Health System holds free public health fair   The MEGA Brain comes to the Kroc Center for Blessing Health System’s 5th Annual “Treat Yourself Right Wellness Day,” on Saturday,…

Repair or Replace? Kahoka Board Discusses Street Shed

By Mike Scott The City of Kahoka’s Street Shed on Vine Street is in need of repairs.  The building, erected in the 1960’s, has several poles that have rotted at…

Hospital Receives Certification for Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

Hospital Receives Certification for Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Program                  Recently, Scotland County Hospital’s Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Center received full re-certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.  Krissy Siegfried,…

Spilled Load Causes Traffic Detour at Wayland

Spilled Load Causes Traffic Detour at Wayland

A crane truck lifts a roll-off style container back on to the truck after its load shifted, dumping tons of scrap metal on the shoulder at ditch. The southbound on…

Indians Survive South Shelby Scare

Indians Survive South Shelby Scare

Indians Survive South Shelby ScareA week after defeating powerhouse Centralia, the Clark County Indians struggled to contain a scrappy South Shelby Cardinal squad to stay unbeaten for the 2012 season.…

Students Not Getting Enough To Eat

Hurdland Hay Fire “Suspicious”

Hurdland Hay Fire “Suspicious”

By Echo Menges On Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at approximately 9:30 a.m. the Knox County and Hurdland Volunteer Fire Departments and the Knox County Sheriff responded to a fire at…

Are There Enough Fields? High School Baseball Still On Hold

By Mike Scott The Clark County R-1 school board looked like it was ready to give the green light adding varsity baseball during their Tuesday, August 3 meeting, but the…

Fire Destroys Rural Kahoka Home

Fire Destroys Rural Kahoka Home

Fire destroyed the Kris Courtney residence on Tuesday afternoon, August 7. Around 4:20pm, firefighters from the Revere Fire Department and the Clark County Rural Fire Department responded to a call…

Safe Sidewalks?

Safe Sidewalks?

By Mike Scott Kahoka’s Downtown Enhancement Project is nearly completed, with only permanent handrailing and minor dirt work remaining.  But some people are questioning the design of the sidewalks, after…

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