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 Lady Indians Take Charge Early

The Clark County Lady Indians came out swinging in their season opener against Scotland County on Tuesday evening. Clark County put the first seven points on the scoreboard and controlled game from start to finish.  Erin Bash had the hot hand early, pouring in eight pointsin the first quarter as the Lady Indians built a…

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Indians Edge Tigers In Opener

 Grayden Kleine and Harrison Parker combined for 39 points in Clark County’s come-from-behind win over Scotland County in Tuesday’s season opener.  The Indians got the first quarter edge, powered by eight points from Kleine to lead 12-11.  The Tigers outscored Clark County in the second quarter to lead 24-21 at the half.  Scotland extended their…

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Hamner Signs With Mizzou

 HEADING TO MIZZOU-On Tuesday, November 21, Kaden Hamner signed his letter of intent to attend the Univerity of Missouri and join the track team. Hamner, shown with his parents Carrie and Troy, and sister Elly, has been an outstanding member of the Indian track team time. He intends to study Biological Sciences/Pre- Med at Mizzou. 

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Minimum Wage Rate Set for Private Employers for 2024

 JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations announces the state minimum wage rate for 2024 has been established, according to state law, at $12.30 per hour, effective January 1, 2024.  Pursuant to Proposition B, which was approved by Missouri voters on November 6, 2018, the minimum wage increased 85 cents per…

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 CCR-1 Improves School Security 

 CCR-1 Improves School Security  By Mike Scott  Clark County schools will be a little safer, thanks to a $150,000 safety grant from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.  At their Thursday, November 9 meeting, the CCR-1 school board approved spending $143,716 on a security laminate, which, when applied, makes windows unbreakable.  “You can…

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Annexation Public Hearing Held

 By Mike Scott  A public hearing regarding the proposed annexation of the VFW property into the City of Kahoka was held at the start of the council’s Monday, November 13 meeting. No members of the public were on hand to speak, so the annexation ordinance will be placed on the agenda for the December meeting…

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