• Indians Dominate CCC Selections0

      CLARENCE CANNON CONFERENCE 2012 Football Selections (* Unanimous Selection)     Quarterback: 1st Austin Egley – Clark County – SR* 2nd Zach Etzler – Centralia – JR Running Back: 1st Chris Sparks – Highland – SR 1st Tyler Steinkamp – Mark Twain – SR 1st Trace Windsor – South Shelby – SO 2nd Ramzie

  • Cloudy Water Safe For Drinking

    Cloudy Water Safe For Drinking0

    By Echo Menges    According to the City of Edina’s Superintendent, Mike Wriedt, the city’s water provider, Clarence Cannon Wholesale Water Commission, alternates from their usual water treatment of chloramines to liquid chlorine once a year.    “They run liquid chlorine treated water through the lines once a year for two weeks as a precautionary

  • Culvert Replacements Planned in Knox County

    Culvert Replacements Planned in Knox County0

      HANNIBAL- Weather permitting, October 30 – November 2, MoDOT crews will close the following routes listed below in Knox County for culvert replacements on the dates and times indicated. Motorists are urged to use alternate routes during these times; some areas of the road will be open to local traffic only. Route U –

  • Margie May DeRosear Obituary

    Margie May DeRosear Obituary0

       Margie May DeRosear, age 83, of Baring Country Club, Baring, MO, died Monday, October 22, 2012, in Cape Coral, FL. She was born in Scotland County, MO, on May 4, 1929, the daughter of Cecil and Ruth (Slocum) Blaine. She was united in marriage, to the love of her life, Dean Warson DeRosear at

  • James Varvel Obituary0

       James (Jim) Varvel of Goose Creek, MO formerly of Novelty, MO died Sunday, October 14, 2012 after a motorcycle accident. Jim was born to Rick Varvel and Nancy Tsivinsky on December 14, 1970 in Iowa City, IA.    Jim is survived by his wife of 12 years Crystal Varvel of Goose Creek, MO, formerly

  • Locals Turn Out To Support Knox Co. Nutrition Site

    Locals Turn Out To Support Knox Co. Nutrition Site0

    By Echo Menges    The Knox County Nutrition Site hosted their annual Soup Supper fundraiser on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Freewill donations were given by attendees of the event to help support the site.    Local merchants and churches donated cakes, pies, cookie bars, and brownies and several different kinds of soup and sandwiches were