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Proposition KIDS

Dear Editor and Citizens of Scotland County, The Scotland County R-I Elementary PTO would like to acknowledge our full support for Proposition K.I.D.S. (Keep Improving District Schools) on the upcoming ballot on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Proposition K.I.D.S. levy increase would allow SCR-I to make facility upgrades to the elementary and high school buildings; complete […]

Area Students Named to IHCC Honor Roll

Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the students who were on the college’s academic Honor Roll for the 2014 Summer Term.  To be included on the Honor Roll an IHCC student must be enrolled fulltime and have a grade point average for the term of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. […]

Summer Reading Program Helps Gorin R-III Kickoff Final School Year

Summer Reading Program Helps Gorin R-III Kickoff Final School Year

During the month of July, the Gorin students attended Computer Camp which gave students time to participate in the summer reading program and use the district’s online resources for math and reading. The computer camp and summer reading program was set up to help keep students on track for the next school year.  Many times […]

Red Rooster Trading Company in Running for Martha Stewart American Made Award

Red Rooster Trading Company in Running for Martha Stewart American Made Award

Red Rooster Trading Company of Bible Grove has just been selected by Martha Stewart and her panel of judges as a wild card finalist in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards in the Design, furniture & Home Accessories category. Online voting opened on Monday, September 15th. You can learn more about the company or […]

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage to Host Open House September 27th

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage to Host Open House September 27th

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is hosting its Annual Open House and Village Fair on Saturday September 27th from 1-4 p.m. near Rutledge. The Open House and Village Fair are an opportunity to see, up close and personal, all the ways in which Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is modeling sustainable living. Visitors will be able to see houses built with […]

Sportsmen’s Appreciation Night Being Planned for November 1st

Sportsmen’s Appreciation Night Being Planned for November 1st

Without a doubt, hunting season is an economic force in northeast Missouri. A band of outdoor enthusiasts is joining forces to organize a new event in Memphis that is being dubbed Sportsmen’s Appreciation Night. Local organizer Scott Brassfield said the idea first was suggested by author Gary Miller. The Tennessee native writes a syndicated outdoor […]

Florence Kling Harding

Florence Kling Harding was born in Marion, Ohio in  1860, the daughter of Amos  Kling, successful business man. Much like her strong willed father in temperament, she developed a self-reliance rare in girls of that area. When only nineteen, she eloped   with Henry De Wolfe, a neighbor. He proved to be a heavy drinker and […]

Illinois Couple Elope to Rutledge Baptist Church

Illinois Couple Elope to Rutledge Baptist Church

Connie Corwin Enger and fiancé John Jones from Morris, IL, eloped to Rutledge to be married in the same church as her parents, Neva (Reynolds) and Nolan Corwin and her grandparents, Zela (Howard) and O. O. “Bo” Reynolds. John’s parents are John “Jack” and Carol (Sadauskis) Jones Jr. of Morris, IL. Pam Ward, sister of […]

Two-Year-Old Hurt in Crash Near Memphis

A two-year old Memphis girl suffered minor injuries in a two-car crash on Highway 136 west of Memphis at 6:20 p.m. on Sunday, September 7th.  According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Maci A. Ford, was injured when the car she was a passenger in rear ended another car stopped in traffic. The patrol indicated […]

Kiddoo Attends Missouri County Treasurer’s Association Conference

Kathy Kiddoo, Scotland County Treasurer, was among the 111 Missouri County Treasurer’s that attended the Annual State Conference of the Missouri Association of County Treasurers.  The annual training was held at the Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs, Missouri on September 10-12, 2014. Kathy has been certified for having completed 20 hours of training as per […]

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