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Killday and Kriegshauser Embark on Central Missouri Honor Flight

By Tammy Witherspoon, Reprinted with permission from the Advertiser in Eldon, MO Serendipity: The occurrence and development of events, by chance, in a happy or beneficial way. Serendipty is a word that could be used to describe a lifelong friendship between Eldon residents Dennis Killday and Mike Kriegshauser that culminated in being on the first…

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NEMOnews Media Group Earns 11 Awards During MO Press Convention

NEMOnews Media Group brought home eleven awards from the 2022 Missouri Press Association Convention, held September 15-17 at the Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark. The Edina Sentinel received eight awards, including a first place to Echo Menges for Best Photo Illustration. The Sentinel also received a second place award in Best Sports Feature…

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Calling All Quilters: Corn Festival Quilt Show to be Held Sept. 10

By Echo Menges The ladies of the Knox County Kut- Ups Quilting Club are excited to be re-opening their annual quilt show during this year’s Corn Festival in Edina. The annual quilt show went into hiatus, which lasted two years due to lack of being able to organize a location for the event combined with…

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Vendors Return to Flea Market Weekend In Spite of Recent Burglaries

By Echo Menges Knox County, MO – Saturday, August 13, 2022 – The vendor community of the Rutledge Flea Market returned to northeast Knox County for the first time since two recent burglaries were reported. A healthy amount of vendors returned to the grounds to sell their wares Friday and Saturday, August 12 and 13.…

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Sentinel Editor Elected President of Missouri Sunshine Coalition

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Echo Lee Menges’ tenure as leader of the Missouri Sunshine Coalition promises to be both eventful and challenging. The coalition’s directors elected Menges, editor of The Edina Sentinel in northeast Missouri, as president following the annual membership meeting July 28. She succeeds Amos Bridges, editor of the Springfield News-Leader. Menges takes office…

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One Arrested After Bomb and Death Threats Made at Knox County Courthouse

By Echo Menges The Edina Police Department made one arrest following online threats to the Knox County Courthouse and two court personnel on Friday morning, August 5, 2021. Lucas Thery, 35, of Edina was taken into custody after posting a live video of himself allegedly egging the courthouse and threatening to blow up and kill…

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MoDOT Road Work to Begin in Knox County

Submitted by the Missouri Department of Transportation Northeast Office Seal Work To Begin On Knox County MO RT. 6 To Marion County US 61 HANNIBAL – Motorists can expect temporary traffic impacts, beginning the week of August 8, as nearly 41 miles of sealing work is scheduled to begin on Missouri Route 6 between Missouri…

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