Sikeston man pleads guilty to robbery of local retailer
(Local News ~ 10/17/18)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. ó†A Sikeston man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to robbing a Sikeston retailer in July. Joshua T. Kerr, 40, entered a guilty plea to one felony count of interference with commerce by robbery, one felony count of carjacking, and one felony count of possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, according to the United States Attorney's Office. He appeared before United States District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr...
Democratic support: Is it honest or blind loyalty?
(Editorial ~ 10/17/18)
I suspect weíre all guilty of clinging to things long past their expiration date. A shirt in the closet that no longer fits and is woefully out of style. Well worn shoes that may well conjure past memories but should have been relegated to the trash heap long ago. Thereís a comparison in the political world as well. Many local and lifelong Democrats are clinging to a political party that no longer mirrors their values, principles or ideology. For many value-based Democrats, their party has simply abandoned them. Yet their silence is deafening. I would argue that many southeast Missouri Democrats hold nothing in common with the protesters who seek recognition through violence.
(Opinion ~ 10/17/18)
Yes, Iím a concerned citizen. And apparently there are no enforcement rules for property other than the plantational locations in the north end of town. 305 Missouri thereís been two cars sitting there for two months and not one with no license plates. They havenít run in over a month and a half. The city has been called about them. The dealer plates are not dealer plates. The drive out tags on that one, I donít understand how he got that when a carís not left. So please print this. Thank you.
Stories from Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Browse other days