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The Edina Sentinel

All District Football Teams Announced

EIGHT-MAN FIRST TEAM OFFENSE: QB Branson Miller Senior Knox County AP Cale Stoneburner Senior North Shelby RB Braxton McCurren Junior Knox County RB Kale Windy Soph. Schuyler County WR/TE Noah Greenwell Senior North Shelby WR/TE Mayson Humphrey Soph. Schuyler County WR/TE Braydon Miller Senior Knox County OL Robert Dooley Soph. Knox County OL Elijah Ward…

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Small Business Saturday Attractions Deemed A Success

 Santa Arrived in Edina on Saturday evening, November 27, 2021, with the help of the Edina Volunteer Fire Department. The firetruck riding Santa Claus rode in and around the Edina Town Square in style before disembarking near the Magic Tree. Santa pointed to the tree, which set in motion the launching of a golden shimmering…

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Cooking Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Red Cross Offers 10 Thanksgiving Cooking Safety Tips More home cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day: extra precautions needed for ongoing COVID-19 pandemic November 24, 2021 – As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s a time to prepare the holiday feast and brush up on home fire safety. Plus, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect communities,…

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Knox County Magic Tree Lighting to be held Saturday, Nov. 27th

By Echo Menges The Knox County Courthouse Courtyard in Edina will be a main attraction this holiday weekend on Small Business Saturday, November 27, 2021. This year new events have been added to the annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas season event to encourage the community to spend their gift giving dollars locally. In the past,…

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Free COVID-19 Testing Event for Northeast Missouri to be Held in Edina Just Ahead of Thanksgiving

Community Testing Events to Follow New Sewershed Surveillance Data   JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Recent results from community sewershed surveillance in Edina are indicative of possible increases in COVID-19 transmission in the area. During the week of November 8th, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) saw increasing trends in concentrations of COVID-19…

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Fire Destroys Shared Kitchen at Dancing Rabbit Eco Village

By Echo Menges Firefighters from two rural volunteer departments scrambled to protect homes at the Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage overnight after a kitchen structure was consumed by flames. The community is located in rural Rutledge, MO, in Scotland County. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the blaze. According to the Rutledge Volunteer Fire Chief Javi Gil,…

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