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One Arrested After Bomb and Death Threats Made at Knox County Courthouse

By Echo Menges The Edina Police Department made one arrest following online threats to the Knox County Courthouse and two court personnel on Friday morning, August 5, 2021. Lucas Thery, 35, of Edina was taken into custody after posting a live video of himself allegedly egging the courthouse and threatening to blow up and kill…

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Twenty-Six Percent Turnout in Tuesday Primary

By Mike Scott, NEMOnews Media Group One thousand three hundred and twelve of Clark County’s 4895 registered voters cast their ballots in last Tuesday’s Primary Election, for a turnout of just 26.80 percent. Locally, the Republican race for Presiding Commissioner received the most attention. Steve Krueger won the Republican nomination for the office, and will…

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Reward Offered Following Rutledge Flea Market Burglaries

By Echo Menges, NEMOnews Media Group Knox County, MO – Thursday, August 4, 2022 – The Rutledge Flea Market office and over a dozen of their vendor booths were recently burglarized and vandalized – twice. According to an owner/operator of the business, which is located in the northeast corner of Knox County, burglars broke into…

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Reward Offered Following Rutledge Flea Market Burglaries

By Echo Menges Knox County, MO – Thursday, August 4, 2022 – The Rutledge Flea Market office and over a dozen of their vendor booths were recently burglarized and vandalized – twice. According to an owner/operator of the business, which is located in the northeast corner of Knox County, burglars broke into several buildings stealing…

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Terrill Receive Attorney General’s Award

Emily Terrill, who was the 2022 valedictorian of Scotland County R-1 High School has received an Attorney General Honors Award from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. This award recognizes extraordinary Missourians who have gone above and beyond to make a positive impact on their communities. The award is to highlight the hard work and dedication…

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Let No Tree Go To Waste: Full Circle Forest Products – Rutledge, MO

Submitted on behalf of Missouri Small Business Development Center (SBDC). July 27, 2022 – Are trees that have been felled by nature or landowners destined to rot — either where they lie or in a landfill? Joshua Clarkweiss says no. Clarkweiss, owner of Full Circle Forest Products, a sustainability-focused sawmill in Rutledge, Missouri, turns those…

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MoDOT Road Work to Begin in Knox County

Submitted by the Missouri Department of Transportation Northeast Office Seal Work To Begin On Knox County MO RT. 6 To Marion County US 61 HANNIBAL – Motorists can expect temporary traffic impacts, beginning the week of August 8, as nearly 41 miles of sealing work is scheduled to begin on Missouri Route 6 between Missouri…

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Knox County Commission Negotiates Set Back Distances Higher Than Any Other Wind Project in the State

Wind Project Development Agreement Nearing Completion By Echo Menges According to the commissioners, no other wind project in the state of Missouri includes the setback distances the Knox County Commission has been able to negotiate into the county development agreement contract between the Commission and Cordelio concerning the NEMO Wind Project. The Commission has looked…

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