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Gov. Mike Parson Wants ‘Big Ideas’ For Using Missouri Budget Surplus

By Rudi Keller, Missouri Independent Gov. Mike Parson wants to do big things with the budget surplus of billions of dollars and federal aid coming to Missouri, state lawmakers were told last week. During a hearing of the Federal Stimulus Spending Subcommittee, higher education leaders offered their wish-list for projects the state couldn’t afford in…

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DAR Presents Quilt Of Valor

The Quilt of Valor was bestowed upon Mr. Shoults in a private ceremony. Samuel Shoults was born the 7th of 12 children. Having had a family member in every war since the Battle of Bunker Hill, Mr. Shoults enlisted in the US Army March 1982. From July 1982 to July 1984, he was stationed at…

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National FFA Convention 2021

By Erin Bash, Taylor Schantz and Ronee Scott This year the FFA members were able to attend the National FFA Convention and Expo in person. Due to Covid-19, we were not able to attend last year, but we were able to attend this year, and that was a big deal to all of the FFA…

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Buschling 9th In State

Grace Buschling (back row, 2nd from left) place ninth in the Girls Class 2 Missouri State Cross Country Championships, held Saturday, November 6, at the Gans Creek Course in Columbia. All photos by Will Johnson, Gasconade County Republican.

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Local Businesses Impacted By Shortages

By Mike Scott Remember last year’s shortages of toilet paper, cleaning supplies and PPE? Those same problems continue, and experts say it’s going to get worse before it gets better. Many factors have driven the supply chain shortage, which was magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic. The closure of many manufacturers worldwide, shipping issues, and a…

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Malone Appointed East Ward Alderman

Kahoka has a new Alderman representing the East Ward. On Monday evening, October 25, Kahoka Mayor Jerry Webber appointed Jerry Malone to the seat. Malone replaces Joe Roberts, who resigned earlier this year, citing health reasons. In appointing Malone, Webber described him as a long-time Kahoka resident who has been active in the community, including…

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Four Runners Heading To State

Four Clark County runners qualified individually for next week’s State Cross Country Meet in Columbia. They are Grace Buschling, Cady St. Clair, Delana Hess and Ethan Nelson. As a team, the Lady Indians placed second, and qualified to advance. Individual results were: Grace Buschling, 2nd, 20:28.90 Cady St. Clair, 16th, 22:42.90 Delana Hess, 16th, 23:08.5…

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Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC To Acquire Henslin Auctions And Henslin Real Estate

HAMILTON, IL. — Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC is pleased to announce their agreement to acquire Henslin Auctions and Henslin Real Estate, headquartered in Bird Island, Minnesota. The acquisition, effective December 1, 2021, will strengthen Sullivan Auctioneers’ footprint throughout the North Central United States, allowing them to better serve agriculture with their farm machinery and farmland auctions.…

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Miss Clark County Competition To Be Held Sunday

By Mike Scott The Miss Clark County and Miss Clark County Outstanding Teen Competitions will be held on Sunday, October 17, in the Edna Seyb Gymnasium at the Clark County Middle School. Both are preliminary competitions for the Miss Missouri and Miss American organizations. The competition will start at 6:00pm. Doors may open earlier if…

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