MARILYN KAY CAMERON

MARILYN KAY CAMERON 1947-2021 Marilyn Kay Cameron, 74, of St. Francisville, MO, died Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at the Gunderson Medical Center in La Crosse, WI. She was born January 31, 1947 in Keokuk, IA the daughter of Wilford Claude and Mabel Hilda Watkins Ludwick.  Marilyn graduated from Clark County R1 High School with the…

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Indians Shut Out Highland

The Clark County Indians pounded in 10 runs on Saturday morning, as the Highland Cougars visited Kahoka. Gabe Howe struck out two of the first three Cougar batters. In the bottom of the first, Clark County scored three runs.  Zander Johnson singled, and Carter Briscoe reached base on an error.  Howe singled, scoring two RBI’s. …

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Not If, ButWhen?

Area firefighters and emergency responders train all kinds of emergencies, not just for fires. In this agricultural community, the prospect of a grain bin entrapment is not so much and if it will happen, but when? On Saturday, April 24th, twenty-three emergency responders from across northeast Missouri came to Kahoka to partake in Grain Bin…

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Missouri Vaccinators To Resume Use Of J&J Vaccine

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri COVID-19 vaccinators will resume use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine. This decision was made following the announcement by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that it has studied and confirmed that the pause on its use can be…

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Outdoors With Kevin Fox

Opening Day Action With Papa It’s kind of an unwritten rule in waterfowling, or any type of hunting that, you choose a time that you are going to pick up and head home and you never deviate from it. I have in the past said that we will leave the duck blind at 10:30 or…

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NATALIE JEAN (ARNOLD) CARROLL

NATALIE JEAN (ARNOLD) CARROLL Natalie Jean (Arnold) Carroll, 62, of Kahoka, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, at 10:35am on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at her daughter’s home in Columbia, MO. Natalie was born on April 4, 1959 in Quincy, Illinois, the daughter of Egbert William (Bill) Arnold and Norma Jean (Phillips) Arnold.…

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Outdoors With Kevin Fox

Old Dog Learns New Trick Growing up watching westerns, as well as Vic Morrow’s TV show “Combat” (which came on after the news on ABC) made me want western firearms including lever action rifles and single action pistols. “Combat” made me want a 1911. My father, a WWII veteran who served in Europe and participated…

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Concerned Citizens Launch Petition Drive Calling for Road Upgrades

In an effort to draw attention to the deteriorating pavement condition on lettered routes across northeast Missouri, a concerned group of citizens has begun circulating an open petition to Missouri Governor Mike Parson. The petition states “We, the undersigned of Scotland County, Missouri, wish to express our utmost concern regarding the deteriorating condition of our…

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Discipline Issues Escalate in CCR-1 Schools

By Mike Scott “It’s a perfect storm of conditions that have made a difficult situation even more difficult,” Clark County R-1 Middle School Principal Jason Church told CCR-1 School Board members during their Thursday, April 15 meeting. “Discipline issues have escalated in every building in the district,” he added. Among the leading problems at the…

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