Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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The Tarkio Chamber of Commerce urges local residents and businesses to participate in the 2nd annual Scarecrow Contest.This year’s Scarecrow Contest will be even better than last year with scarecrows entered into four categories: funniest, scariest, most original, and best look-alike. One winner... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
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Betty Wester of Maryville, MO, formerly of Tarkio, will be celebrating her 80th birthday at an open house Saturday, October 18, from 5 to 7 p.m. The celebration will take place at the Maryville Housing Authority’s Margar­et Davison Housing Complex, 320 W. Davison Square in Maryville. Come help... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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It’s been one heck of a first year for an extra smiley baby who has captured the hearts of thousands all around the world. Adorable Landon Shaw of rural Tarkio will be turning one on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, and oh what a celebration it will be! In honor of his birthday, everyone is invited to... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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THE 2014 TARKIO HIGH SCHOOL - Fall Homecoming King and Queen are Jonathan Thomas, left, and Katarina DeRosier, right. The two were crowned following the East Atchison Wolves’ football game against Rock Port Friday. (Photo By Mike Farmer) + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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THE ALLEN-SCHIFFERN AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY - Held its Fall Rummage Sale this past weekend at the Tarkio Legion Building. The building was full - inside and out - with quality items available at low prices. (Photo By Megan McAdams) + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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THE THS HOMECOMING PEP RALLY - Included a game where students had to wrap up their teachers in paper towels. The Mariana Villagrana, Nick Owens, and Mr. Feehan team were the first to finish. (Photo By Megan McAdams) + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Ronnie Harmon, RIGHT - Won A 32” T.V. from the Westboro Lions’ Club during the 2nd Annual Fall Festival held in Westboro, MO, on Saturday, October 4. Pictured presenting the T.V. to Ronnie is Lion Cody Johnson, left. (Photo By Mike Farmer) + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Nick White - Spoke to Tarkio Rotarians at their meeting Tuesday, October 7, 2014, about the latest projects for Tarkio Renewal. Nick shared some information about the recent properties acquired and the ones that have been cleared. (Submitted Photo) + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Tarkio Rehabilitation and Health Care, Tarkio, Missouri, received 30 lap robes from Craig Helping Hands out of Craig, Missouri. Members of the group include Sue Schmidt, Pat Groves, Cathy Haer, Gloria Schmidt, Romona Rhodes, Verte Kanak, and Rita Drewes. + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Ronnie and Sasha Bruce of Westboro, MO, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Holden Lee Bruce. Holden was born Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at 7:14 a.m. at Community Hospital-Fairfax in Fairfax, MO. He weighed 8 pounds and 6.6 ounces. Big brother Owen, age 1 1/2 years, helped welcome Holden... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Tony and Eryn Stepp of Tarkio are proud to announce the birth of their son, Asher Keith Stepp. Asher was born September 13, 2014, at 9:46 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital in Maryville, MO. He weighed 8 pounds and 6 ounces. Big brother Ian, 8 years, and big sister Macy, 5 years, helped welcome Asher... + continue reading

JIM AND MICHELLE NA­VIN - Dish out some cake for East Atchison Wolves Jr. High Football players during an end-of-the-season meal held at the Tarkio Community Building on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. The players were treated to pulled pork sandwiches, cheesy potatoes, salad, and cake made by the Navins. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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A PINK VOLLEYBALL - Signed by all of the players was won by Jennie Thomson, right, at the Pink Out Cancer Night on Tuesday, October 7, 2014. Several items were sold following the games to raise money for Cheryl Freeman and Nancy Bothwell, who are fighting cancer. Over $1,400 was raised. Shelby McCartney, Bree Barnett, Shannon Bruns, Jayne Martin, Erica Taylor, Diane Hicks, Brad Mathers, Honey Tree, FCCLA, and THS staff members helped make the event a success. Pictured presenting the volleyball to Jennie is THS volleyball player Shelby McCartney, left. (Photo By Mike Farmer)
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Lady Indians defeat Lady Bulldogs in Pink Out volleyball match The Tarkio High School Varsity Volleyball Team hosted Fairfax on Monday, October 6, 2014, in the THS Gym for a Pink Out Cancer Volleyball Night match. The evening was filled with special activities geared toward raising funds for two... + continue reading

Cassidy Bothwell Daughter of Trent and Nancy Bothwell
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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WITH THE SERVE - Is Lexi Somerville. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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The Tarkio Jr. High and High School Volleyball Teams hosted the Mound City, MO, Lady Panthers on Thursday, October 9, 2014, in the THS Gym. It was Tarkio Fall Homecoming Week and this was also the last match of the season for the jr. high team. A senior parents’ night ceremony for volleyball, cross... + continue reading

WOLVES’ QUARTERBACK - Brendon Bruns, right, throws the ball in homecoming football action against Rock Port Friday, October 10, 2014. (Photo By Mike Farmer)
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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The East Atchison Wolves Football Team hosted Rock Port in homecoming football action Friday, October 10, 2014, at Kyle Field and M. David Palmeiro Stadium in Tarkio. The Wolves had a rough go of it and lost the contest 20-66. Brendon Bruns passed the ball to Garrett Ball, Connor Shaw, and Deaven... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Tarkio High School will be hosting the 2014 Class 1, District 16 Volleyball Tournament on Monday, October 20, and Wednesday, October 22, 2014. Seven teams will be competing in the event, including Tarkio, Fairfax, Mound City (which is now co-oped with Craig), West Nodaway, Rock Port, Nodaway-Holt,... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Fairfax R-3 School observed Fire Safety Day on Friday, October 10, as part of National Fire Safety Week. The Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department, with the assistance of Hi-Step/TNT members, treated students to fire truck rides. The kindergarten class was first to take a ride Friday morning. Pictured... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Submitted by Emma Morris, Chapter Reporter The Fairfax FFA and FCCLA hosted the Community Blood Drive on September 29, at the Fairfax High School Cafeteria from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Several local people took time out of their day to come in and give blood. The Fairfax Blood Drive was a huge... + continue reading

JIM AND MICHELLE NA­VIN - Dish out some cake for East Atchison Wolves Jr. High Football players during an end-of-the-season meal held at the Tarkio Community Building on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. The players were treated to pulled pork sandwiches, cheesy potatoes, salad, and cake made by the Navins. (Photo By Megan McAdams)

A PINK VOLLEYBALL - Signed by all of the players was won by Jennie Thomson, right, at the Pink Out Cancer Night on Tuesday, October 7, 2014. Several items were sold following the games to raise money for Cheryl Freeman and Nancy Bothwell, who are fighting cancer. Over $1,400 was raised. Shelby McCartney, Bree Barnett, Shannon Bruns, Jayne Martin, Erica Taylor, Diane Hicks, Brad Mathers, Honey Tree, FCCLA, and THS staff members helped make the event a success. Pictured presenting the volleyball to Jennie is THS volleyball player Shelby McCartney, left. (Photo By Mike Farmer)

Cassidy Bothwell Daughter of Trent and Nancy Bothwell

WITH THE SERVE - Is Lexi Somerville. (Photo By Megan McAdams)

WOLVES’ QUARTERBACK - Brendon Bruns, right, throws the ball in homecoming football action against Rock Port Friday, October 10, 2014. (Photo By Mike Farmer)

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Everyone enjoyed the fire truck rides, even the teachers. (AC Mail photo)
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The Rock Port Volunteer Firemen were on hand Wednesday, October 8 at RPE for Fire Prevention Awareness Week. The elementary students were given a demonstration on the complete fire fighting attire/equipment worn by the firemen during certain situations. When fully equipped, each fireman is... + continue reading
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On Tuesday, October 7 the FCSH Irish proved to be too much for the JV and Varsity Lady Jays. JV Scores: 13-25, 12-25 FCSH win. Varsity Scores: 19-25, 21-25, 19-25 FCSH win Stat Leaders for RP: Aces: Catyn Chamberlain... + continue reading

#24 Colby Lithincum runs through a defender on his way to score a touchdown. (Photo by Mike Farmer)
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The Rock Port Blue Jays traveled to Tarkio for their first ever football contest with the East Atchison Wolves. East Atchison turnovers repeatedly gave the Jays great field position, and led to a first half scoring spree. The Blue Jays closed out the contest early with a touchdown run and PAT in... + continue reading
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Rock Port FFA Trap Shooting Team members competed at KCTA in Smithville, Mo. on October 4, 2014. Pictured are Byron Barnhart, John and James Barnhart along with Fairfax member Garrett Ball and Fairfax FFA Advisor Joni Fields. Also making the trip was Shooting Coach Wally Riebesell (not pictured). + continue reading
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ACDC’s Business Improvement Grant program is designed to assist Atchison County businesses with improvements to aesthetics, safety and/or function. Grant amounts are reimbursed to the applicant and may equal up to 50% of the cost of eligible improvements, with a maximum of $1,000. Koch Custom... + continue reading
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By Kassi Nadig On October 9, Mick Finnell spotted suspicious river activity while trying to relax on a Thursday night in his cabin off the Missouri Riverat Hoot Owl Bend(525 mile marker), near Langdon, Missouri. Mick went to his porch to discover a boat was cross ways, heading down stream without... + continue reading

Kayti Shrader, Markeyta Young (NWMSU Student), and Dr. David Shadinger guide the marketing group through advertising exercises at the Confectioner's Cafe and Bakery.
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The Confectioner’s Cafe and Bakery has been open for a little over four months. Kayti Shrader first opened the doors to the public on June 1. Kayti has been working with a student from Northwest Missouri Sate University, Markeyta Young on a marketing project. The marketing project is overseen by Dr... + continue reading

Front row: Inductees Jade Lemmon, Ty Jones, Chloe Sierks and Colby Linthicum. Back row: Inductee Trevor Holmes, Treasurer Sammantha Giddinge, President - Amber Cook, ? Vice. President-Tyler Makings, Secretary- Taylor Paulo, Student Council Rep.- Madison Taylor and Inductee Alex Lawrence. (AC Mail photo)
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On Monday, October 13, six new members were inducted into the Rock Port R-II chapter of the National Honor Society. Membership in NHS is one of the highest honors one can earn in high school. NHS is far more than just an honor roll based on grades, although Scholarship is the first step. At the... + continue reading

Fairfax Kiwanis Club members, along with two guests, are pictured above (left to right) at the October 7 meeting: front - Ruby Woodson, Dave Woodson, Doug Garrison, Ed Taylor; back - Ron Ford, Marilyn Alldredge, Bob Alldredge, Gene Bradfield, Ferd Ray, Jack Kruse, Betty Wennihan and Gene Carder.
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The Fairfax Kiwanis Club met October 7 at Community Hospital-Fairfax for Installation of Officers and Spouses Night. Present were: Ron, Judy and Matthew Ford, Ed and Sarah Sue Taylor, Gene and Sue Carder, Doug and Angela Garrison, Bob and Marilyn Alldredge, Gary and Betty Wennihan, Jack Kruse,... + continue reading

The Fairfax FFA Chapter officers met with the national FFA vice-president. Pictured above (left to right) are: Alyssa Garrison, sentinel; Emma Morris, reporter; Wes Davis, national vice-president; Garrett Ball, vice-president; Halle Sutter, president; and Ryan Hopkins, secretary/treasurer.
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Submitted by Emma Morris, Chapter Reporter Garrett Ball, Fairfax FFA vice-president, and Miss Fields, advisor, traveled to St. Joseph, Missouri, Sunday, September 14, to meet Morgan Walkup, Area I FFA vice-president, and Wes Davis, Eastern Region vice-president. The national officer visit... + continue reading

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