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  • Rowers will take on river in pair of weekend races

    Rowers will take on river in pair of weekend races

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:23 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:23:18 GMT
    Organizer Ray Thomas is not concerned about the recent rise of the Mississippi River and how it could affect the Quincy Five Miler and the Bear Creek Grunt on Sept. 20-21. The race is open to all types of watercraft, such as rowboats, kayaks and canoes.
    Organizer Ray Thomas is not concerned about the recent rise of the Mississippi River and how it could affect the Quincy Five Miler and the Bear Creek Grunt on Sept. 20-21. The race is open to all types of watercraft, such as rowboats, kayaks and canoes.
  • Clark County Mule Festival set for Sept. 19-21

    Clark County Mule Festival set for Sept. 19-21

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:45 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:45:37 GMT
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- Mike Schantz said making good mules requires three things: a good mare, a good jack and plenty of time with the donkey-horse hybrids. "The more you work with them, the more they become one with you," he...
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- Mike Schantz said making good mules requires three things: a good mare, a good jack and plenty of time with the donkey-horse hybrids. "The more you work with them, the more they become one with you," he...
  • Happy feet, every week: Seniors have flocked to Admiral Coontz center for weekly dances for 40 years

    Happy feet, every week: Seniors have flocked to Admiral Coontz center for weekly dances for 40 years

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:35 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:35:02 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. An old country song cuts through the humidity in the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center on a recent Wednesday, as it has for nearly 40 years. The stickiness doesn't seem to bother Russell Heindselman....
    HANNIBAL, Mo. An old country song cuts through the humidity in the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center on a recent Wednesday, as it has for nearly 40 years. The stickiness doesn't seem to bother Russell Heindselman....
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