Mr. President, you’re always welcome here
(Editorial ~ 09/12/18)
Today’s column was written prior to Tuesday’s cancellation of President Trump’s visit to Southeast Missouri. Though the rally was canceled, the message of the column remains true. Had the President been here this week, this is what we would have said.
(Opinion ~ 09/12/18)
Hello Southeast Missouri. Hello Miner, Sikeston. My issue right now is we got school starting up and everything and we got the school bus drivers. We must have a lot of new ones because they don’t know how to stop at stop signs here at Ross and Harrison Street here in Miner. I’ve ordered me a couple orange vests and I’ve got my camera. And I will monitor to take care of our kids, even know they’re not mine. You better take care of your drivers. And skill them, speed limit and stop signs have a meaning to it. We have a meaning to our kids to grow up and be something. So deal with it. Thank you. God bless America.
Fourth graders learn about Sikeston history
(Local News ~ 09/12/18)
SIKESTON — Sikeston fourth graders are learning about local history during the annual Fourth Grade Historical Interpretive Tour held at the Sikeston Depot Museum and Cultural Center. In conjunction with the Elementary division of the Sikeston Public and Private Schools, the Missouri Arts Council and the Sikeston Depot Museum and Cultural Center fourth graders are taking part in an educational program featuring the history of Sikeston...
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