Steeple Repair Project Nearing The Next Phase

By Echo Menges    The steeple of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Edina had been a beacon in Knox County for well over a century. According to the church’s historical records it was constructed in 1890. Towering over Edina the steeple is easily Knox County’s highest structure, its highest point an estimated 220 feet from…

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Lady Indians Sweep “Border War” Tourney, Boys Go 2-1

The Clark County Indians swept their opponents in the First Annual Border War Tournament, held last week at Putnam County High School. The Lady Indians faced the Lady Rams of Schuyler County on Tuesday, coming away with a 53-39 win.  Brittani Miller and Mishaylee Cline led the Lady Indian with 12 points each.  Kailey Roberts…

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Follow the “Road To Bethlehem” in Farmington

The public is invited to come free of charge to “Road to Bethlehem”. This is a live outdoor nativity play complete with animals including camels. It will be held Friday, December 14 and Saturday, December 15 from 6-8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Farmington, Iowa located on the corner of Tremont and Sixth…

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Kahoka/Clark County Chamber Holds Christmas Dinner, Awards Businesses

Nearly 60 local business people attended the Kahoka/Clark County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Dinner, held Monday evening, December 3, at Reeds’ Bar & Grill in Wayland. Chamber President Tim Bertram welcomed the guests and recapped the year’s events. Bertram told the group about the Chamber’s new Facebook page, an open forum where guest can post…

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Troop B Chief Driver Examiner Cindy Anders Retires

Troop B Chief Driver Examiner Cindy Anders Retires         Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces on December 1, 2012, Troop B Chief Driver Examiner Cindy Anders retired after serving over 24 years with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Chief Anders began her career with the Patrol on…

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Holiday Performances and Assemblies at Culver-Stockton College

Holiday Performances and Assemblies at Culver-Stockton College CANTON, Mo.—In an effort to help students and community members relax in the hectic time before the holidays and help them enjoy the season, Culver-Stockton is hosting two holiday events. The first is an Advent Assembly, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m., in the Merillat Recital Hall, located in…

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State Releases November 2012 General Revenue Report

State Releases November 2012 General Revenue Report   JEFFERSON CITY, MO — State Budget Director Linda Luebbering announced today that 2013 fiscal year-to-date net general revenue collections increased 7.2 percent compared to fiscal year 2012, from $2.84 billion last year to $3.04 billion this year.   Net general revenue collections for November 2012 increased by…

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