Scott William McEnaney, the son of Derald William and Sharon L. (Kelly) McEnaney, was born September 29, 1964, in Kansas City, Missouri. He attended Tarkio High School, Tarkio, Missouri, graduating in 1982. On March 9, 1985, Scott was united in marriage to Brenda Kay Schebaum. They made their home in Tarkio and became the parents of two children, Seth and Hanna. They later divorced. Scott helped farm on the family farm, worked various construction jobs and for Iowa Beef Packers. He also worked in precast concrete for Parshall Concrete in Mound City, Missouri, and drove a truck. Scott was a…
An American Recycling truck ended up in a field off of Hwy. 136, west of the T intersection near Tarkio Friday, June 23, 2017. According to American Recycling, the truck came to rest in the field after a vehicle pulled out in front of the truck.
The Rock Port Masonic Lodge donated a check to the Rock Port Nutrition Center. The money donated went toward the new dishwasher shown in the picture. Pictured (left to right)- Kim Evans, Dalton Jones, Ronnie Brown, Carmen Ellison, and Jim Quimby.
By Beverly Clinkingbeard During the presidential election a big slice of the Midwest was termed as “fly-over country.” It implied a vacancy, nothingness and nothing going on. Atchison and Page counties would be included in the “void” called fly-over country. Okay, so that is what it seems, and our little towns are not what they once were, but here and there, may be something of interest. I’m constantly amazed at the tenacious spirit that protects our homes, friendships, and little towns. In Coin, Iowa, an antique shop, Sylvia’s Antiques, has opened at the corner of highways J-52 and M48. Alice…
Tony Skeen, Braden Graves, and Cameron Oswald were selected to represent the Fairfax Pints Baseball Team in this year’s 2017 State Line League All-Star baseball game that was played on Monday, June 26, 2017, in Maryville, Missouri. (Photo By Tracy Oswald)
The Tarkio Pints Red Team had a fun season. The players and coaches included, from left to right: front row – Alexis Bywater, Brezie Bywater, Andrew Kirkpatrick, and Colton Hall; middle row – Madison Quattrocchi, River Dow, Gabe Harms, Jacob Shubkagel, Jaxon Liechti, and Luke Morey; and back row – Coaches Nathan Vardaman, Ryan Harms, Brian Morey, and Tommy Dow. Not pictured is Lizzie Schlueter. (Photo By Amy Hughes)
The East Atchison Wolves Baseball Team won the 2017 State Line League Cub Championship this past weekend. Pictured are team members, from left to right: front row – Deondre Hughes, Josh Smith, Zach Garrison, Gus Hurst, Braiden Wennihan, Jaelynn Hill, and Grant Turnbull; middle row – Coach Steve Stevens, Tony Skeen, Kaden Cooper, Coach Joe Hill, Ian Hedlund, Oliver Smith, Aaron Schlueter, Gavin Knapp, Cole Miller, and Cory Stevens; and back row – Coaches Brett Johnson and Tony Skeen. Not pictured are Autumn Murry and Alexis Brown.
This Fairfax t-ball team included, from left to right: front row – Mackenzie Oswald, Ryann Salmond, Trevelyan Hicks, Alex Wintz, MJ May, and Ava Oswald; middle row – Delaney Oswald, Lela Wright, Zander Grossman, Parker Woodring, and Emma Ohlensehlen; and back row – Coaches Andrew Salmond, Michael Oswald, and Dave Fast. Not pictured is Wendy Hurst.
This Fairfax t-ball team included, from left to right: front row – Geb Burke, Avery Fast, Deyton Burke, and Mason Rentschler; middle row – Brenna Kingery, Aliyah Pearce, Ben Umbarger, and Jude Long; and back row – Coaches Andrew Salmond, Michael Oswald, and Dave Fast.
The Fairfax Half Pints Baseball Team has had a fun-filled season this year. Team members and coaches included, from left to right: front row – Mack Smith, Carter Oswald, Henry Smith, Chloe Vernon, Lataveon Brown, Tyler Duering, Ace Allen, and Brady Umbarger; middle row – Knox Oswald, Jaxson Smith, Anna Ohlensehlen, Alex Auwarter, Joaquin Hill, Austin Helfers, Tate Johnson, Mason Kingery, Griffin Kemerling, and Tyson Skeen; and Coaches Ryan Kingery, Joe Hill, Brett Johnson, Tony Skeen, Sr., and Chris Smith.