Endangered Silver Advisory issued for Sikeston man
(Local News ~ 06/27/18)
UPDATE: Lewis has been safely located and the advisory has been canceled. SIKESTON — Sikeston Department of Public Safety has issued an Endangered Silver Advisory for a Sikeston man missing since Tuesday. Missing is Donnell R. Lewis, a black male, age 62, who is 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs 145 pounds. He has black hair, brown eyes and was last seeing wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and black sandals, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol...
Whatever happened to climate change?
(Editorial ~ 06/27/18)
I admit I yearn for a simpler time when the headlines did not include immigrant cages and Russian collusion and pee pee dossiers. A time when the First Lady’s jacket was unimportant and the term Nazi was relegated to the history books. I say bring back the debate on climate change...
(Opinion ~ 06/27/18)
Yes, I just took my uncle to his doctor. He has chronic pain. He has had hip surgery and back surgery and his doctor just told him that they had to cut his pain medicine down because of the state of Missouri telling the doctors what to let the patients have, unless they have cancer. I think this here is blatantly stupid. Thank you.
(Obituary ~ 06/27/18)
KELSO, Mo. — Roy Eugene Green, 83, formerly of Wyatt, died June 26, 2018, at his home in Kelso. Born Dec. 14, 1934, at Wyatt, son of the late Luther Martin Green and Maggie Nolen Laster Green, he had lived most of his life in Wyatt where he was employed as a repairman with Small Lumber Company for over 35 years...