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65-year tradition comes to an end (11/21/14)
NEW MADRID -- It didn't matter if you were Baptist or Catholic, Presbyterian or Pentecostal, New Madrid residents and those from the surrounding communities eagerly gathered around the tables for the annual United Methodist Church Turkey Dinner. For the first time in 65 years, those faithful followers must find a new feast...
Burglary suspect sought in Dexter (11/21/14)
By JONATHON DAWE Statesman Staff Writer DEXTER -- Dexter Police are seeking help from the community in identifying a burglar who was caught on video during a late-night burglary. According to Dexter Police Detective Capt. Trevor Pulley, though there are clear images of the suspect, he has yet to be identified...
SPEAKOUT (471-6636) (11/21/14)
Captain Sam Burke, a Sikeston High School graduate, is an amazing young Marine Corps leader and true American patriot. His speech at the Sikeston Field House was heartfelt and well-received by the students, vets and families in attendance. An excellent program and guest speaker presentation...
Inmate at SECC dies of natural causes (11/21/14)
CHARLESTON -- An offender serving his sentence at the Charleston prison died Wednesday of apparent natural causes. According to the Missouri Department of Corrections, offender Mark Lowery, 51, was pronounced dead at 11:32 a.m. Wednesday at the Southeast Correctional Center in Charleston...
School offers students an 'alternative educational experience' (11/21/14)
SIKESTON -- Like so many others who live and work in Sikeston, Donna Hillenkamp had never been to the Sikeston Alternative Center nor did she know much about it. That is until recently when Hillenkamp attended the first-ever advisory meeting at the Sikeston R-6 school located on West Murray Lane...
MDMC will get money to expand emergency department (11/21/14)
By Samantha Rinehart SEMO News Service SIKESTON -- The Delta Regional Authority and its state and local partners announced Thursday seven new Southeast Missouri investment projects worth $11.3 million. Two of the projects designed to help small business owners, families and communities in Southeast Missouri are meant to improve medical-care access in some of the more rural areas...
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