- AREA NEWS
- May 14, 2007
U.S. Senators Kit Bond (R-MO) and Carl Levin (D-MI) today joined Ford Motor Company to tout the importance of American home-grown alternatives to gasoline and the Ford Escape E85, the world’s first full-electric hybrid vehicle capable of operating on an 85 percent ethanol blendREAD MORE
A new plan being discussed among officials from the United States,
Mexico and Canada essentially would erase national borders in North
America for air carriers, perhaps giving Aeromexico a pass to run a
Los Angeles-Toronto route or Air Canada to compete on the New
York-Paris connection, according to WND columnist Jerome Corsi.READ MORE
Fifteen residential and two commercial buildings in Kahoka will be demolished in the coming months, thanks to a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $134,800. Mayor Herb Butler made the announcement during the Monday night, June 11, meeting of the Kahoka Board of AldermenREAD MORE
On 06-07-2007, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, along with the NOMO (North Missouri Drug Task Force, ATF (Alcohol Tobacco, and Firearms), Missouri State Highway Patrol, Missouri State Highway Patrol DDCC (Division Drug Crime Control), Adair County Sheriff’s Office, Adair County K-9 Unit, Brookfield Police Department, and the Moberly Police Department executed four (4) Search Warrants in Clark County simultaneously.
Tips from the public, led law enforcement officials to start an investigation into illegal drug activity in the four Clark County Missouri residences.
A conflict between Hurdland residents at the City Council meeting of Tuesday evening, June 5, resulted in the resignations of West Ward Alderman Kenneth Baker and City Clerk Linda Baker and the possible resignation of Mayor Ernest Diekmann.READ MORE
Entertainers performed while area families celebrated victories over cancer, and honored those taken by the dread disease at the 2007 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Knox County.READ MORE