• Kahoka Medical Clinic to join Blessing Physician Services

    Kahoka Medical Clinic to join Blessing Physician Services0

    Kahoka Medical Clinic and its providers and staff will join Blessing Physician Services (BPS) on March 1, 2017. BPS, established in 2005 as part of the Blessing Health System, is a multi-specialty practice group that serves residents of western Illinois, northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa. BPS operates medical offices in Quincy as well as rural

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  • Flood Warning Issued For Des Moines River

    Flood Warning Issued For Des Moines River0

    The National Weather Service in Quad Cities has issued a * Flood Warning for The Des Moines River at St Francisville. * Until further notice. * At 9:15 AM Saturday the stage was 18.2 feet…and rising. * Flood stage is 18.0 feet. * Minor flooding is occurring and is forecast to continue. * Recent activity…An

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  • Peaksville Christian Church to Dedicate New Building June 5th

    Peaksville Christian Church to Dedicate New Building June 5th0

    It was February 16th, 1856 when a small group of neighbors met at the home of James & Hannah Christy to elect Trustees for a new church at Peakesville. The group had been meeting at the Highland schoolhouse along with a Baptist group. But after many serious and sometimes bitter discussions between the Christians and

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  • Stolen Vehicles Pulled From Mississippi River-Photos and Video

    Stolen Vehicles Pulled From Mississippi River-Photos and Video0

    At least three stolen vehicles were pulled from the Mississippi River at Alexandria on Wednesday, May 25. The vehicles had been dumped in the river from the old boat ramp at the old park just north of the levee. Divers from the Missouri Highway Patrol located the vehicles with sonar. Divers then attached a cable

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  • Kahoka’s Downtown Sidewalk Project Starts

    Kahoka’s Downtown Sidewalk Project Starts0

    Kahoka’s Downtown Sidewalk Project Starts By Mike Scott The long-awaited downtown sidewalk replacement project in Kahoka broke ground Monday morning, with city workers starting their portion of the project. The City of Kahoka received a grant through MoDOT to replace sidewalks on the north and south sides of the square, as well as several adjacent

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  • Vote Yes, No or Both?

    Vote Yes, No or Both?0

    By Mike Scott The April municipal election is likely to be confusing for voters. As we reported last week, the Clark County Commissioners are asking voters to vote “NO” on a question on the Tuesday, April 5 ballot. Clark County could lose approximately $206,312 per year in local tax revenue unless voters reject the ballot

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