• 2019 Parade of Champions Results

    2019 Parade of Champions Results0

    Parade of Champions 2019 Parade Results Class Rank Score School Participation 65.99 Putnam County Middle School M. S. Participation 66.66 Palmyra Middle School 3rd 67.35 Canton Junior High School 2nd 68.00 Scotland County Middle School 1st 68.34 Davis County Middle School 1A Participation 65.01 La Plata High School Participation 67.34 Canton High School 1st 72.01

  • Bethel Celebrating 175 Years October 4-5, 2019

    Bethel Celebrating 175 Years October 4-5, 20190

    Submitted by Wendy Brumbaugh Bethel is celebrating 175 years on October 4-5, 2019. Everyone is invited to attend to make new friends, revive old acquaintances, learn new information about an age-old tradition, shop for a one of a kind gift, eat German food, or simply relax and enjoy the day. Friday is what used to

  • Roads Closed in Knox and Lewis County Due to Flooding

    Roads Closed in Knox and Lewis County Due to Flooding0

              HANNIBAL – Due to rain in the area and north, there are several roads closed due to flash flooding: Missouri Route 11 in Knox County Routes E, E, and K in Lewis County Missouri Route 149, seven miles north of Novinger at Shut Eye Creek in Adair County For updates,

  • Celebrate The Foundation Of America0

    There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: the Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity, and the United States Constitution, which set forth the framework for the federal government that is still in use today. While Independence Day is a beloved national holiday, fewer people know about Constitution Week, an annual

  • CCR-1 District Fighting Staph Outbreak0

    School Nurses and administrators have been monitoring the occurrence of staph infections in our school buildings recently. We have changed cleaning routines in areas that have been most affected. We will continue to work with our local health care providers and health department closely as well.  The below is information from the MO Department of

  • Pit Bull Owners Speak Out At Public Hearing0

    By Mike Scott Dog owners in Kahoka got their chance to give the Kahoka City Council their input into a revised animal ordinance for the city.  On Monday, September 9, a group of around 10 owners accepted the council’s invitation to speak prior to the regular meeting. Kahoka resident Daniel Manz spoke first. “We want