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35th Annual Mule Festival Is Here!

The Clark Co. Mule Festival has finally achieved its 35th anniversary.  It will be held on September 16, 17, and 18, 2021.   This event is held at the Clark Co. Fairgrounds outside of Kahoka, Missouri, located in the northeast corner of the state.  On this week every year, this community event will entertain us…

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Scotland County Deputy Interrupts Burglary, Two Kahoka Men Arrested

By Echo Menges Two suspects were caught burglarizing a shed and vacant house in rural Granger, MO, on Saturday morning, August 28, 2021, by Scotland County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Moss. Shawn Michael Sturm, 34, of Kahoka, and Andy Ray McVeigh, 45, of Kahoka were allegedly caught pillaging a vacant house and storage building located on…

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Newcomers Make Noise In Indian Win

By Mike Scott Wright City, MO-Several new names in the Clark County Indians starting lineup made their way into the statistics book on Friday night, as Clark County topped the Wright City Wildcats 32-20 in the season opener. It wasn’t all smooth for the Indians, who turned the ball over on their first three possessions.…

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The Clark Co. Mule Festival Is Back!

The Clark Co. Mule Festival will soon begin on September 16, 17, and 18, 2021. This is our 35th annual event. It is held at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Business Route EE or 23130 East Main St., just one mile east out of Kahoka, Mo. Kahoka is in the northeast corner of Missouri. The…

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Scotland County Woman Wins $10,000 in MO Vaccine Lottery

By Echo Menges NEMOnews Media Group Janie Parton, 64, of Memphis has won $10,000 in the Missouri Vaccine Lottery. Parton was officially notified of her win earlier in August and notified again on August 18. “They emailed me twice and they called me twice. I saw it in my email, and I thought it was…

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Ashcroft Tours NEMO Libraries

By Mike Scott Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft made a tour or northeast Missouri libraries on Wednesday, making stops in Shelby, Knox, Scotland, Clark, Lewis and Marion Counties. “The library is the center of the community. It doesn’t matter where your parents were born. It doesn’t matter how much your household earns. It doesn’t…

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Mask Mandate Returns to CCR-1

By Mike Scott It’s only the first week of school, and already dozens of students are out of class.   As of Friday morning, 44 Middle School students were quarantined for close contact to COVID-19. “Since school has started, we had two students at the Middle School test positive.  26 and 18 students were quarantined…

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