• Kahoka Council Wants Pit Bulls Out of Town, But Willing To Talk To Owners

    Kahoka Council Wants Pit Bulls Out of Town, But Willing To Talk To Owners0

    By Mike Scott “We have had issues with pit bulls in the past. I don’t want them in town for any reason,” Kahoka Mayor Jerry Webber said at last Monday’s city council meeting, as the board discussed updating Kahoka’s animal ordinance once again. Several years ago, the city issue a blanket ban on the species,

  • Two Arrested For Drug Possession

    Two Arrested For Drug Possession0

    The Clark County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Lucky Shania Ackley-King, age 21 of Kahoka, Missouri.  Ackley-King was arrested on one (1) felony; possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine), and one (1) misdemeanor; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. On the evening of August 3, 2018 the Clark County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant

  • Two Perish In Kahoka House Fire

    Two Perish In Kahoka House Fire0

    Kahoka firefighters were called to a house fire on West Commercial Street in Kahoka at about 12:45 Friday afternoon. The fire was reported by Kahoka City Project Manager John Williams, who was driving by and smelled the smoke and saw the front porch on fire. While he called it it, Kahoka city employee Brayton Prewitt

  • Two Injured In Christmas Eve Rollover

    Two Injured In Christmas Eve Rollover0

    According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, on Thursday, December 24, 2015 a single vehicle crash sent two people to the hospital. Tessa D. Young, 22, of Kahoka, driving a 1995 Toyota Camry, was eastbound on Highway 61 three miles west of Alexandrea at approximately 2:52 p.m. when the vehicle traveled off the

  • Downtown Sidewalk Project Faces Setback0

    By Mike Scott The City of Kahoka’s downtown improvement project, which will replace sidewalks on the north and south sides of the square, as well as on parts of West Main and West Commercial, is being delayed.  “We have to re-bid it,” said Kahoka Mayor Jerry Webber at the Monday, November 9 meeting of the

  • Wayland Woman And Unborn Son Killed in Two Vehicle Accident0

    Wayland Woman And Unborn Son Killed in Two Vehicle Accident A Wayland woman and her unborn son were killed Friday, October 30, in a two vehicle accident on Hwy. 27 one mile south of St. Francisville. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Tonya Ash, 31, was driving a 2004 Subaru Forester which pulled into the