(Opinion ~ 05/13/20)
OK, over here in East Prairie, c’mon church members, pastors. I know you need that Sunday money but I sat there and counted right outside and there was about 35 of y’all standing together. State law said no more than 10. I guess you think you all are better than everybody else. I hope nobody comes down sick. If so, lawsuit. You just broke the law. Where’s the cops at? Where’s the cops?
TRC Music Department seeks vocal and instrumental students, scholarships available
The Three Rivers College Music Department offers education and performance opportunities for vocal and instrumental students. Fall 2020 scholarships are available for students performing in college choir, musical theatre, jazz band, and concert band...
Southeast to reopen next week as semester ends
Phase I of Southeast Missouri State University’s reopening is scheduled to begin Monday, with employees, including essential student workers, expected to return. Each university division and department, according to a university-wide email from Southeast president Carlos Vargas, is being given flexibility to implement its own individual plan to get operations going again...
UPDATED NUMBERS: One new case in Scott County; SECC to temporarily stop visits
(Local News ~ 05/13/20)
There are 136 new positive COVID-19 cases in Missouri Wednesday with 18 additional deaths. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, there are 10,142 Missourians who have tested positive with 542 deaths. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reports that Scott County has 83 positive cases of COVID-19. That is an increase of one from Tuesday. The Scott County Health Department had not updated their numbers today...
(Obituary ~ 05/13/20)
MATTHEWS, Mo. — Patsy L. Daniels, age 88, passed away May 12, 2020, at her home in Matthews, Missouri. She was born Aug. 16, 1931, in Flint, Michigan, daughter of the late Clarence “Red” and Beulah Lawson Peterson, she was a member of First Assembly of God at Canalou, Missouri...
(Obituary ~ 05/13/20)
DOGWOOD, Mo. — Ira Odell Branam, age 75, of the Dogwood and East Prairie communities, passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at his home in Dogwood.