DA’MARKISS STEVEN WAYNE WADENA

DA’MARKISS STEVEN WAYNE WADENA Da’Markiss Steven Wayne Wadena, 4 months old, died Saturday, April 1, 2020 at MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center in Waterloo, IA. He was born on November 28, 2019 in Waterloo, the son of Marc and Brianna Land Wadena, Jr. Da’Markiss was such a handsome baby boy and in his brief four months…

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EMMA “MARIE” WHITE

EMMA “MARIE” WHITE Emma “Marie” White, 90, of Kahoka, Missouri, died Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at the Clark County Nursing Home in Kahoka, Missouri. She was born on October 7, 1929 in Wayland, Missouri, the daughter of Herman and Mary Francis Wiegand Neves.  She graduated from Wayland High School with the Class of 1947. She…

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Fire Destroys ATV, Damages Garage

On Monday evening, November 18, at 729 pm, a structure fire was reported in the 400 Block of East Main Street in Kahoka, to the Clark County Dispatch Center. The Kahoka Fire Department responded with mutual aid received from Clark County Fire Corp and Wayland Fire Department. On arrival, an all-terrain vehicle was found engulfed…

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Police Chief: Shooting Call A Prank

“It was a prank call,” said Kahoka Police Chief Bill Conger. On Wednesday night, November 13, shortly before 11pm, Kahoka Police, Clark County Sheriff’s deputies and  Clark County ambulance personnel were dispatched to an address on West Main Street in Kahoka, with a report of a five-year-old child having been shot. Air-Evac was also called…

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2019 Parade of Champions Results

Parade of Champions 2019 Parade Results Class Rank Score School Participation 65.99 Putnam County Middle School M. S. Participation 66.66 Palmyra Middle School 3rd 67.35 Canton Junior High School 2nd 68.00 Scotland County Middle School 1st 68.34 Davis County Middle School 1A Participation 65.01 La Plata High School Participation 67.34 Canton High School 1st 72.01…

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Helping Others, One Charity At A Time

By Denise Shannon Every day, men and women all around the world decide to stand up for what they believe in.  They go the extra step to make sure their future is successful, along with others around them within the country.  They help to protect all of our freedoms so that our country is prosperous…

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CBD Products Flood Market. What are They?

By Mike Scott and Denise Shannon NEMOnews Media Group CBD. By now, you’ve probably seen or heard those three letters on advertisements for a wide variety of products, including pills, oils, balms, vaping devices (like e-cigarettes), edibles, honey, coffees, and alcoholic beverages, face creams and even pet food supplements. Or maybe you’ve walked into a…

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Special Acts

      By Denise Shannon Within our little town, there are many important acts that people are a part of every day, which make things work the way they do, and these people all take it upon themselves to fill these important roles just to ensure that things are working properly.  But, did you…

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David Sharp Honored

EDINA SENTINEL SPORTSWRITER PRESENTED 2019 DENY CLATT SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD-Edina Sentinel and Lewis County Star sportswriter David Sharp received the 2019 Deny Clatt Sportsmanship Award during the June 8, 2019 NEMO Officials Association All Star Basketball Games. Deny Clatt was a long time member of the NEMO Officials Association before leaving us much too soon after…

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