Indians Slip and Slide To 32-0 Victory

  Indians Slip and Slide To 32-0 Victory In a game reminiscent of those old-time, black and white television football games between the Bears and Packers, the Clark County Indians fought it out with Putnam County in a steady rain Friday night. The rain and wet turf made for plenty of mud, slipping and sliding,…

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KAREN A. MALONE

 KAREN A. MALONE Karen Ann Malone, age 59, of Kahoka, MO, died Wednesday, September 10, 2008, in Keokuk Area Hospital, Keokuk, IA. She was born August 23, 1949 at Eldora, IA, the daughter of George “Stephen” and Alice Mary Chance Young. She and John A. Malone were married on December 23, 1974, at the First…

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RONALD LEE KURK

Ronald Lee Kurk, age 67, of Quincy, Illinois, died Monday, September 8, 2008, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy.

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PATRICIA “PATTY” JEAN DAWSON RICE

PATRICIA “PATTY” JEAN DAWSON RICE Patricia “Patty” Rice age 85, of Shelbina, MO passed away Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at approximately 10:05 a.m. at the Salt River Nursing Home. Patricia Jean “Patty” Dawson Rice was born on April 14, 1923 in Keokuk, Iowa to Horace Tinsman and Ozetta Belle Morris Dawson. She grew up on…

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Is Hypermiling Safe?

 “Hypermiling” or “ecodriving” are terms that describe techniques used by some motorists to increase the miles per gallon of their vehicle. These tactics come in a wide variety of actions, all of which save fuel, but some are dangerous and should not be used.

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Profitable Landownership Topic of St. Louis Workshop

Profitable Landownership Topic of St. Louis Workshop The stakes of farmland ownership have never been higher with record land values, stronger rents, biofuel’s influence, changes to the government Farm Program and updates to the tax code. Non-operator land owners, and those considering purchasing farmland, are invited to attend a workshop Sept. 25 in St. Louis,…

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