ANN ALICE STEFFEN WINKELMAN

  ANN ALICE STEFFEN WINKELMAN               Mrs. Ann Alice Winkelman, age 97, of Canton, Mo. died Thursday, January 10, 2008 at 10:00 p.m. at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton.  She was born December 31, 1910 in Steffenville, Mo, the daughter of Grover and Gertrude Cason Steffen.  She married Charles Winkelman January 31,…

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Verlee J. Delaney

Verlee J. Delaney    Verlee June Delaney, age 86, of Baring, Missouri, died Friday, January 11, 2007, at the Loch Haven Nursing Home in Macon, Missouri.    Verlee was born June 18, 1921, in Knox County, Missouri, the daughter of Claude Ernest and Maude Edith McAnulty Dunn.    She was raised in rural Baring graduating…

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Dorothy L. Snell

Dorothy L. Snell    Dorothy Lee Snell, 87 of Louisiana Missouri died Friday, January 11, 2008, at Lynn’s Heritage House in Louisiana.    The daughter of Melvel M. and Irma Mae (Richardson) Brees, she was born October 11, 1920 in Edina, Missouri. She was a 1937 graduate of the Knox County High School. She attended…

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Indians Loose Heartbreaker

Indians Loose HeartbreakerBy Herb Butler   The Clark County Indians matched up with the Palmyra Panthers in Kahoka. The Indians looked good as they came out behind Ethan Allen’s 6 points to take the opening quarter 14-10.The Indians did not slow down in the second they just turned things over to someone else as Colt Sommers…

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Lady Indians 2-0 In Tri Rivers Conference

By Herb Butler The Lady Indians hosted the Brookfield Lady Bulldogs on Friday evening January 11, coming in with a perfect Conference record. In the opening quarter the Lady Dogs took the quarter 8-7. Amanda Winters was the Lady Indian in the opening quarter, as she had all Clarks’ 7 points.In the second quarter Daryle…

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Indians Stop Brookfield 57-38

By Herb Butler The Indians took on the Brookfield Bulldogs at home Friday night, January 11.In the opening quarter Brookfield looked as though they came to play. The Indians’ Bryan Plenge led the charge in the first with 3 treys. Ethan Allen had 5, but the Bulldogs, Colby Balley also hit 3 threes, and Brookfield…

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Lady Bulldogs Hand Tigers Last Second Conference Loss

Lady Bulldogs Hand Tigers Last Second Conference Loss By David Sharp    Gara Curtis drove the baseline for a LaPlata field goal with 18 seconds remaining in a January 7, 2008 Tri-County Conference make up game at Brashear, lifting the Lady Bulldogs to a 34-33 win. Brashear (6-4, 1-2) trailed 13-5 early in the second…

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Scotland County Claims Girls Conference Win

Scotland County Claims Girls Conference Win By David Sharp    Scotland County cut hard to the hole and caused Lady Eagle turnovers during January 11, Tri-Rivers Conference girls’ play at Scotland County. The Lady Tigers avenged an earlier season loss at Knox County with a 60-46 victory.    Knox County (4-7, 1-3) closed a seven…

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LaPlata Wins Tri County Showdown

LaPlata Wins Tri County Showdown By David Sharp    LaPlata cracked off a 17-8 second quarter run and went on to a 55-46 conference win at Brashear. The rescheduled contest was held January 7, 2008. The Bulldogs (8-0, ranked sixth in Missouri boys Class 1) sank 15 of 21 free throw attempts during the contest.…

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Brashear Boys Light Up The Scoreboard

Brashear Boys Light Up The Scoreboard By David Sharp    Brashear poured in 42 field goals and hung 97 points on the board at Bevier in Tri-County Conference play. The Tigers (9-2, 3-1 in the conference) exploded for 32 points in the opening period and never were headed in a 97-51 boys’ victory.    The…

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