Area Breaking News

From The Clark County Health Department

From The Clark County Health Department here is recent news on our area.  Here is a link that can be followed for recent information. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3077810448920945&id=2035003409868326    

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Home Is Where You Make It

By Denise Shannon If you had the chance to move wherever you wanted, whenever you wanted, and take your home with you, would you?  Or are you a stationary, stay-in-one-place type of person?  Some people live in their homes and travel as well.  Currently, there is a couple who are based here in Kahoka that…

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Department Of Revenue To Begin Issuing New Missouri Driver License June 22 

JEFFERSON CITY  — The Department of Revenue will begin issuing the newly redesigned Missouri driver license, statewide, on June 22. The new design was chosen in honor of Missouri’s upcoming bicentennial and will also be reflected on the Missouri nondriver identification card and instruction permit. “Along with an updated design, the new Missouri driver license…

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Kahoka Parks Open, Pool Closed

The Kahoka City Council held a special meeting on Thursday evening, May 28, to discuss opening the city pool for the season. “Up until Memorial Day, I was for opening everything,” said Alderman Joe Roberts. His opinion changed after a meeting with Alderman Les Billings and city Program Manager John Williams.    For the last…

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Spinnerbaits For Bass

It had been a difficult week to get any bass fishing done. On Sunday, I went to one of my favorite lakes and took the family with me just to check things out. The water was about the color of chocolate milk, but I felt that I could get something to hit when I went…

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Six Vie For Three CCR-1 School Board Seats

Next Tuesday’s municipal election, delayed from April due to the COVID-19 pandemic, features six candidates for three seats on the CCR-1 school board.  Kevin Ross is the only incumbent running.  Others seeking board positions are Ruth Brotherton, Heather Weber Webster, Sibyl Lisette McIntire, Doug James and Tammy McDaniel Ramsey. In the City of Kahoka, Orlie…

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 The Media Selected as A Google Journalism Emergency Relief Fund Recipient

The Media and kahokamedia.com have been selected to receive funds from Google’s Journalism Emergency Relief Fund. “Thank you for applying to Google News Initiative’s Journalism Emergency Relief Fund (JERF). We received over 12,000 applications from more than 100 eligible countries and we are happy to confirm that your application … has been approved to receive…

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Hillyer’s “The Glimpse” Selected for Exhibition

By Mike Scott Clark County graduate Shannon Hillyer’s original oil painting, titled “The Glimpse”, has been chosen for the Third Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum in St. Joseph.  Her work was one of 40 selected for the exhibit, out of 125 entered by students from all across the United States. Hillyer, a…

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