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Recent News
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The 2022 Spring Break Princess Camp was held Monday, April 18th at the Clark County Middle School. Those participating enjoyed a fun day of pampering and activities with local titleholders from across Missouri. The day concluded with an on-stage showcase for parents.

Photo courtesy of Tisha Gregory - Owner/ Photographer - Country Creations Photography.                                 

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   Congratulations to Brandon Kracht (Kahoka, MO) who signed a National  Letter of Intent on Tuesday, April 19th, to continue his athletic and academic career at Truman State University, located in Kirksville, MO. The NCAA DII program earns the services of Kracht over a large variety of NCAA DII and NAIA programs.   The 6’1” 165lb guard was a two-year starter for the Blazers and was an integral part in two consecutive Region 24 Championship game appearances. Brandon was named All Conference and All Region at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. He leaves as 7th all-time in three point field goals made in Trail Blazer history. He finished his sophomore campaign posting 14 points and 2.5 rebounds, while shooting 41% from the three point line, while making 101 3FG in 32 games played.   Kracht is pictured above with his parents Dr. Ritchie & Sara Kracht. 

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2022 Clark County R-1 Prom 

Queen Grace Buschling & King Bryton Plenge

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   The Clark County Scholar Bowl Team hosted Father Tolton on Wednesday, April 20, in the State   Quarter-finals match. Father Tolton was able to defeat Clark County to advance to the State Tournament. Clark County finished with 24 wins on the season and an Elite 8 appearance.   Pictured above William Queen, Joe Wenger, Donald Anderson, Lucas James, Brody Waterman, Dane Brewer and Carson Clark. Not pictured Coach Mr. Reardon.

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   On Monday, April 11th, Flowers For You delivered a vase of flowers from the Kahoka State Bank for each of the residents at the Clark County Nursing Home. The flowers were beautifully decorated with Easter eggs and Easter ribbon. The residents loved them, a big Thank You, Kahoka State Bank for this generous donation. 

Also in this Weeks Paper

** Missouri 4-H Celebrates Their Amazing Volunteers

** April Food Pantry Meeting 

** CCR-1 School Board Met in April

** News from Clark County Nursing Home
** CCR-1 Middle School Track & Field

** CCR-1 High School Baseball

** CCR-1 High School Track & Field
** University of MO Extension - Joe’s Bits and Pieces
** St. Patrick News    By Myrna Daughtry
** Ragan History - By Joanne Ragan

** Sever Library News

** Clark Co. Nutrition Site Menu

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