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Zola Marie Brammer

Zola Marie Brammer, of Kahoka, passed away peacefully at 2:55 am on Sunday, September 25, 2022, at the Clark County Nursing Home in Kahoka at the grand age of 102. She was born on April 8, 1920, in Peaksville, the third oldest child of the late Everett & Esther “Essy” (Kautz) Evermon. Zola was raised…

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Tina Louise Karasiewicz

Tina Louise Karasiewicz (62), of Kahoka passed away at 12:15pm on Thursday, September 22, 2022, at the University of Missouri Hospital. Tina was born to Wayne and Darlos Burkhart and graduated from Kahoka High School.  She was a manager for Pizza Hut in New Jersey for 28 years before returning home.  The last 7 years…

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REBECCA ANNETTE “BECKY” COLVIN

REBECCA ANNETTE “BECKY” COLVIN Rebecca Annette “Becky” Colvin, 74, of Wyaconda, Missouri, passed away Friday, September 30, 2022 at the Country Aire Retirement Center in Lewistown, Missouri. Becky was born on May 2, 1948, in Kirksville, Missouri, the daughter of Russell and Hazel Jean Breckenridge Cravens. She graduated from the Memphis High School Class of…

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Patricia King

Patricia King (70), of Kahoka passed away at 12:15pm on Thursday, September 24, 2022, at the Clark County Nursing Home. Patty was born on December 14, 1951, in Norfolk Virginia to Howard and Ione Demay. She graduated from Rock Island High School and went on to study cosmetology. Later on, Patty would teach cosmetology as…

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Ranked Centralia Slips Past Clark County

The ninth-ranked Centralia Panthers visited Clark County on Friday, September 30. After falling a week earlier at Class 1 top-ranked Monroe City, the Panthers were looking to dominate Clark County. That didn’t happen. The Indians were ready to play on Friday, and drove to midfield before having to punt. Centralia went nowhere on their opening…

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31st Annual Parade Of Champions to be Held Oct. 8

The 31st Annual Parade of Champions marching band and field show competition, sponsored by the Clark County R-1 Fine Arts Boosters, will be held Saturday, October 8, 2022 in Kahoka, Missouri. “Last year we had our largest competition ever with amazing bands of all sizes,” said Carrie Hamner, Fine Arts Boosters president. “ This year…

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Cancer Organization Helps Local Family

Submitted by Holly Conger-Koenig Fundraising Friends would like to extend a thank you to all of those who purchased a shirt for the fundraiser for Miss Kinslee Larue. Kinslee was honored at the home football game on September 30, 2022. Several family members attended, and Kinslee’s siblings, Brent and Bralynn, were the honorary captains for…

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Cardinals Slip By Clark County In CCC Contest

The matchup between the Clark County Indians and the South Shelby Cardinals was expected to be a good contest, and both teams delivered on expectations. Both teams came into the contest with 3-1 records. Clark County won the toss and deferred possession to start the game. South Shelby’s offense punted away their first possession. The…

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A $100 and a Dream, Yoder Builds a Successful Saw Business

By Emily Bontrager When Levi Yoder left home at the age of 18, all he had in his pocket was $100. Through hard work and determination, Levi took that $100 and pursued his dreams. Now, many years later, Levi owns a successful saw maintenance and repair business in Clark County, Missouri called Yoder Saws Inc.…

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