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Kahoka To Extend Sewer Line?

By Mike Scott The City of Kahoka will finally extend sewer line to service the new restroom facility at the Clark County Fairgrounds–probably. On Monday evening, Kahoka Mayor Jerry Webber reported that the Clark County Commissioners had agreed to spend $10,000 of their ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds on the project. The total cost…

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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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Injury Plagued Season Ends For Clark County

Clark County wrapped up its 2021 football season with a 42-6 loss at Macon on Friday, finishing with a disappointing 1-9 record. The Indians have been plagued with injuries among key players all season, with several players missing multiple games, and some not setting foot on the field all season. Mix in very young varsity…

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JEFFREY AARON WHITEAKER

JEFFERY AARON WHITEAKER Jeffrey Aaron Whiteaker, 62, of Kahoka, passed away at 4:40 pm on Monday, November 1, 2021, at his home. He was born on March 7, 1959, in Kahoka, the son of the late Carroll and Virginia (Speake) Whiteaker.  Jeff married Linda Reed on March 7, 1994, in Kahoka and she survives. Jeff…

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CHARLES JUDSON COOPER

CHARLES JUDSON COOPER 1943-2021 Charles Judson Cooper, 78, of Alexandria, MO, died Saturday, October 30, 2021 at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City, IA. He was born on July 15, 1943 in Alexandria, MO, the son of Dexter and Hilda Ruth Garrett Cooper.    He married Sarah Lewis in 1964 and they later…

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GLADYS MOORE

GLADYS MOORE Gladys Moore, 94 of Kahoka died Saturday, October 30, 2021 at her home. She was born October 24, 1927 the daughter of Albert and Katie Johns.    Gladys graduated from Keokuk High School with the class of 1946.   On July 4, 1991 she was united in marriage to Charles Dean Moore in…

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Indians Score 30 In Loss To Macon

The Clark County Indians put 30 points on the scoreboard against Macon Friday night, the most since their opening game win at Wright City. Clark County fell into a deep hole early, as Macon rattled off 27 unanswered points in the first quarter-until the final seconds. On the kickoff, Collin Hunziker caught the ball at…

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Felter Named New Assistant Housing Director

By Echo Menges, NEMOnews Media Group The Scotland County Public Housing Agency and Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission have welcomed new Assistant Housing Director Kate Felter, 33, of Kahoka. Felter began working with the agencies on October 6, 2021. Before accepting her new position, Felter worked in the banking industry for 11 years. She is…

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Area Firefighters Get Heavy Vehicle Rescue Training

Twenty-five firefighters from across Northeast Missouri came to Clark County over the weekend of October 15-17, to participate in Heavy Vehicle Rescue Training, hosted by the Clark County Fire Corporation and sponsored by the Division of Fire Safety (DFS) and conducted by three instructors from the University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MUFRTI).…

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