Tag Archives: Knox County

Memphis Teen Air-Evaced From Knox County Crash Scene

A Memphis teenager was seriously injured in one-vehicle crash in Knox County at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 25th. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Glen Oberholtzer, 17, was eastbound on Highway 6, three miles west of Edina when he lost control of the 2008 Ford Ranger he was driving. The truck ran off […]

REMINDER TO DEER HUNTERS: MDC needs your help opening firearms weekend to find CWD

MDC is conducting mandatory CWD sampling of harvested deer in 25 counties November 11 and 12 and offering voluntary CWD sampling throughout entire deer season. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds deer hunters that it needs their help to keep the deadly deer disease called chronic wasting disease (CWD) from spreading to more deer […]

Local Relay for Life Joining Forces With Knox County for June Event

It’s Relay For Life season again and things are a little different this year for residents of Scotland County.  For the first time in over 15 years, there will not be a Relay on our courthouse square. Leadership at American Cancer Society met in September 2016 with the result being a commitment to double their […]

Tigers Run Away From Knox County in Second Half for 49-18 District Win

With the sounds of roaring motors filtering through the air from nearby Scotland County Speedway, the Tigers’ football team put its pedal to the metal Friday night in Memphis, scoring 35 straight points to blow open a two-point game to take the checkered flag on a 49-18 victory over Knox County in the opening round […]

Original County Courthouse Rededicated as Part of 2016 Antique Fair Festivities

A crowd that easily could have filled the old log cabin 25 times over gathered on Friday afternoon at the Wiggins Family Museum on Highway 136 in Memphis to commemorate the dedication of the restored structure which once had served as Scotland County’s first courthouse. “Today, as we dedicate this historic courthouse, we can also […]

Local Grad Standing Guard at Arlington National Cemetery

Less than three years after completing high school, a local high school graduate has found his way to Washington D.C. and has been part of some of the nation’s biggest events. Lee Tague, a 2013 graduate of Knox County High School, enlisted in the United States Navy shortly after high school. Just months later his […]

Scotland County Claims Tri-Rivers Conference All-Sports Award

As the school year draws to an end with it comes the culmination of another sports season. This year has seen many successes when it comes to the sports scene. The All Sports Championship was claimed by the Scotland County Tigers this season and for the second time in three seasons. The All Sports Award […]

Lady Tigers Rally Past Knox County to Claim Conference Crown

To say the stakes were high on Friday night in Edina may be an understatement. With a long line of fans snaking down the hallway into the cafeteria waiting for the doors to open at 5 p.m., it was obvious this normally fierce rivalry was going to rise to even greater heights as the two […]

Lady Tigers Earn Top Seed, Boys #3 in Class 2 District 6 Basketball Tourneys

On the strength of a 19-1 record at the district seeding meeting, Scotland County earned the top seed in the Missouri Class 2 District 6 basketball Tournament scheduled for February 22nd – February 27th at Schuyler County High School in Queen City. The Tigers earned the #3 seed in the boys bracket. The Lady Tigers […]

Balance Scoring Attack Leads Tigers to 72-67 Win Over Knox County

The Scotland County boys’ basketball team put on a show Friday night for a packed house, complete with a bit of a nail-biting finish that many fans would have been happy to do without. SCR-I led by double-digits much of the night before having to hold off a late Knox County rally to post the […]