• Branson Competes At National Bowling Tournament

    Branson Competes At National Bowling Tournament0

    Trenton Branson bowling at the National Tournament Trenton Branson By Samantha Norman Has almost every person in your life been passionate about the same sport? Trenton Branson has experienced this first hand with bowling. From his grandparents, to his parents, and even his girlfriend and their family, Trenton is around bowlers constantly. When his family

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  • Schantz:  Every Tractor Has A Story

    Schantz: Every Tractor Has A Story0

    Mike Schantz’s Farmall 706 that will appear in the Stiener Catalog Other tractors restored by Mike Schantz of Luray. By Samantha Norman “It’s interesting…every tractor has a story, that’s the neatest part. You have to listen to their story,” said Mike Schantz of Luray, who has been restoring tractors for over 30 years. “I do

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  • Montana Morss to Perform at Knox County Farmers Market on Friday, June 22

    Montana Morss to Perform at Knox County Farmers Market on Friday, June 220

    By Emilie Rumble The Knox County Community will once again hear the Country Christian and Gospel music of Nashville recording artist, Tim “Montana” Morss, on Friday evening, June 22, 2017 from 5-7 p.m., when he fills the Knox County Courtyard with guitar music and the songs he has written and recorded. Morss performed on Sunday

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  • Knox County Becomes Work Ready Community – Ceremony VIDEO

    Knox County Becomes Work Ready Community – Ceremony VIDEO0

    Knox County was inducted as a Work Ready Community at the Knox County High School Gymnasium on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. Watch the video of the ceremony below. The following information about Work Ready Communities was provided by ACT Work Ready Communities: ACT Work Ready Communities (WRC) empowers states, regions and counties with data, processes

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  • Drivers: Be Aware Of Farm Equipment

    Drivers: Be Aware Of Farm Equipment0

    It’s a common, and sometimes frustrating sight in rural areas. Large, slow-moving farm equipment can cause problems on our roads. The MSHP offers advice to help drivers and farmers reach their destinations safely. By Mike Scott It happened to me just a few days ago. I was driving westbound on Hwy. 136, but it could

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  • Kahoka Water Tower To Be Painted

    Kahoka Water Tower To Be Painted0

    The City of Kahoka is getting out of the cable TV and internet business. In closed session at the end of their regular board meeting on Monday, June 11, the Board of Aldermen discussed a proposal from MidAtlanticBroadband of Chantilly, Virginia to acquire the city-owned cable and internet system. The company currently provides service in

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