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Bonnie Jean Hubble, age 40, of LaBelle, Missouri, died Sunday, March 8, 2009, in Quincy, Illinois.
She was born on July 28, 1968, in Kirksville, Missouri to Paul and Barbara Spicknall Hubble.
Cornea transplants restored sight to more than 600 Missourians last year March is National Eye Donor Month Eyesight was restored last year to 640 Missourians who received cornea transplants made possible through eye tissue donation. “Cornea transplants significantly improve the quality of life for hundreds of Missourians every year,” said Margaret Donnelly, director of the…Read More
Post Season Honors For Indians Michael Brennan had been named the Tri-Rivers Conference Most Valuable Player, and the Clark County coaching staff picked up “Coach of the Year” honors for the conference. Michael Brennan was named to the TRC First Team. Bryan Plenge made conference second team, and Ethan Allen was named to the third…Read More
The Dodd Couple By William Warren The real question is this: why isn’t Chris Dodd in jail? No matter how high his legal and ethical malfeasance seems to pile up, the senior Senator from Connecticut has demonstrated an uncanny ability to evade the consequences. One thing’s for certain, however. He may not be able to…Read More
By David Sharp The adage of Every Dog Has It’s Day rang true during the March 7, 2009 Class 2 District 14 boy’s championship game at Marceline. Each team had a successful stretch. Knox County dominated the first quarter along with much of the second, grabbing a 42-21 halftime lead.Marceline took advantage of KCHS foul…Read More
Missouri Right to Life denounces President Obama’s Executive Order mandating taxpayer funding of research that will destroy living human embryos. President Obama’s reversal of the Bush administration’s embryonic stem cell restrictions limiting taxpayer funding to research that did not promote the further destruction of human embryos is expected to result in wide-scale destruction of human…Read More
Remarks of President Barack Obama A Complete and Competitive American Education US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce March 10, 2009 Washington, DC Every so often, throughout our history, a generation of Americans bears the responsibility of seeing this country through difficult times and protecting the dream of its founding for posterity. This is a responsibility that…Read More
Carnahan Statement on DOJ Decision to Drop Lawsuit Jefferson City, Missouri – Yesterday, Judge Nanette Laughrey granted a request made by the U.S. Department of Justice to drop the National Voter Registration Act lawsuit against the State of Missouri. In response, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan released the following statement: “I am pleased the Department…Read More
Shirley Ann Holbert, age 70, of rural Knox City, Missouri died on Friday, March 6, 2009 in her home.Read More