• Kahoka Fire Chief Lary Fountain Retires After 50 Years of Service

    Kahoka Fire Chief Lary Fountain Retires After 50 Years of Service0

    By Mike Scott “I joined the fire department right after the fire on the southside of the square in February of 1967,” said retiring Kahoka Fire Chief Lary Fountain. “I was working at the Post Office at the time, and I had finished work so I went to help out at the fire. I joined

  • Two Injured In Clark County School Bus Accident

    Two Injured In Clark County School Bus Accident0

    Two Clark County R-1 students were transported to Ft. Madison Community Hospital following an accident involving a school bus Tuesday afternoon, according to CCR-1 Superintendent Ritchie Kracht. The accident occurred one and half miles east of Kahoka on Hwy. 136 at approximately 3:30pm   The bus was rear-ended by another vehicle.  The bus was stopped at

  • Northeast Missouri Judge’s Son Killed In Columbia

    Northeast Missouri Judge’s Son Killed In Columbia0

    Columbia, MO–On 12/11/17 at 3:37 a.m., Columbia Police officers were dispatched to a suspicious person report in the 1900 block of Lasso Circle. Officers arrived on scene and found a male subject unconscious and not breathing. Officers on scene rendered aid to the male until medical personnel arrived on scene and pronounced the male dead.

  • Win $500 In Clark County Cash!

    Win $500 In Clark County Cash!0

    December is flying by, and you only have until December 15 to register to win $500 Clark County Cash from The Media. To enter, fill out the official entry forms from the newspaper, and drop off at each of the participating merchants. On December 15, each merchant will draw a winner, and those 12 winners

  • Kahoka Couple Arrested on Felony Drug Charges

    Kahoka Couple Arrested on Felony Drug Charges0

    The Clark County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Cody B Ridgely, age 39, of Kahoka, Missouri, and Brandi Renee Ridgely, age 43, of Kahoka, Missouri. Cody Ridgely and Brandi Ridgely were arrested on two (2) counts of felony possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid and unlawful use

  • Missouri Granted REAL ID Extension

    Missouri Granted REAL ID Extension0

    Airline Travelers and Visitors to Federal Installations Will Still Be Able to Use Their Current State-Issued Identification Cards    JEFFERSON CITY – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has granted Missouri an extension through Oct. 10, 2018, to satisfy requirements of the REAL ID Act and its regulations. During this extension, federal agencies may accept Missouri-issued