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There will be four candidates vying for two spots on the Kirksville City Council when the election begins in April. Incumbents Rick Steele and... [Read More]
For the second year in a row, an election is not needed for the Kirksville R-III School Board. Mary Magruder with the superintendent's office... [Read More]
The Department of Health and Senior Services announced its list of approved medical marijuana dispensary sites Friday, with Kirksville getting four. Those four approved... [Read More]
Ten-year-old Greentop student Quincy Moore keeps Yaktrax, attachable cleats designed for snow and ice, hooked onto her boots because winter weather isn't going to stop... [Read More]
College women's basketball   Truman 89, Southern Indiana 59 Truman - Katie Jaseckas, 21 points; Sloane Totta, 18 points, 8 assists; Hannah... [Read More]
Andy Jackson doesn't know why baseball became his passion, but he can certainly remember when it did.  He remembers first starting to play around... [Read More]
Missouri men's basketball was down but not out against Texas A&M. With 100 seconds remaining, the Tigers trailed by nine points. Then they mounted a... [Read More]
High school wrestling   Palmyra @ Kirksville Postponed to Jan. 23.   High school boys basketball   Kirksville... [Read More]
The Kirksville Kiwanis Club welcomed Linda Treasure and Angela Schultz to speak at its Jan. 16 meeting. Treasure and Schultz are with the Kirksville Arts Association.... [Read More]
The Kirksville Arts Association invites community members to participate in a mosaic tile making project as a part of the association's new building construction.  ... [Read More]
If anyone doubted whether Milan and Green City could put on another classic meeting in the girls half of the Milan Tournament, they were proven... [Read More]
College men's basketball   Truman 84, Quincy 70 Truman - Cade McKnight, career-high 27 points; Brodric Thomas, 28 points; Turner Scott, 17... [Read More]
Milan boys basketball coach Andrea Dabney has praised her team's ability to avoid the "hiccup game." The game where they get surprised by a team... [Read More]
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