DPS: Several things factor into traffic stop reportSIKESTON — A report released earlier this week from the Missouri attorney general shows that black drivers across the state are 91% more likely than white drivers to be pulled over by law...
Sikeston man charged in June 1 stabbing incidentSIKESTON — A Sikeston man faces felony charges after allegedly stabbing another man early this month. Michael Edward Cox, 56, is charged with first degree assault, first-degree burglary, unlawful use...
Marston man found guilty of robbing undercover officerNEW MADRID, Mo. — It just took minutes for a New Madrid County jury to find a Marston man guilty of robbing an undercover drug task force officer. Jurors deliberated less than 15 minutes before...
SEMO Regents approve budget for next fiscal yearCAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents Thursday approved a $123.3 million education and general (E&G) operating budget for fiscal 2020 on, which begins July 1....
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- Summer School: Mixing learning with summer fun (6/13/19)
- Sikeston South Industrial Park now a Missouri Certified Site (6/13/19)
- Mother, boyfriend charged with child's death (6/12/19)
- Council considers changes to fireworks ban (6/11/19)
- Sikeston City Council passes budget for upcoming fiscal year (6/11/19)
- Man on the Moon Exhibit (6/11/19)
- The work begins after floodwaters recede (6/11/19)
- Portageville police arrest three in various incidents during two-day span (6/11/19)
- Benton man charged with child's death (6/10/19)
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- KING OF THE HILL: Tanner King dazzles, Charleston Fighting Squirrels score late to defeat the Southeast Tropics 7-3CHARLESTON, Mo. — Through four innings offense was limited between the Southeast Tropics and Charleston Fighting Squirrels. It was a pitcher’s dual to begin the game, as Charleston’s Tanner King and the Tropics’ Wyatt Barnett dazzled early. However, in the fifth inning, the bats woke up for both teams, as nine runs crossed the plate — six of them by the Fighting Squirrels — in their 7-3 victory over the Tropics at Hillhouse Park...
- Southeast Missouri hoops brings in its latest 'grinder' to the Redhawk coaching staff
- Bootheel boys basketball coach Aaron Bidewell ready for new role as Holcomb athletic director
- Weather, poor play doom Catfish of late
- COMMUNITY BRIEF: Giebler wins point series event
- Helvey keeps eyes on the ball during Capaha game (6/15/19)
Celebrate fathers — today and always (6/15/19)To everyone who still has a father, don’t just wait for Father’s Day to give them a big hug and tell them you love them.
Drugs, gun violence go hand in hand (6/8/19)A simple stop to help a stranded driver turned into a scene from an action movie Sunday night, when a man opened fire on a state trooper just outside of Sikeston. It is just the latest in a long line...
Summer Bible reading (6/6/19)Hello Family, Good morning! I think it’s official now that summer is in full swing. During the summer, schedules can certainly get a little crazy, especially with lots of kids. But it can also be a...
Cynthia GivensEAST PRAIRIE, Mo. — Cynthia Renee Givens, 60, died June 14, 2019, at her home. Born June 26, 1958, in St. Louis, daughter of the late Winford Eli and Linda Faye Hunt Wages, she was employed by Best...
Rhonda BirminghamPORTAGEVILLE, Mo. — Rhonda Kay Birmingham, 33, died June 16, 2019, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Born Sept. 2, 1985, in Columbia, daughter of Barbara Reid of Portageville and the late...
Daniel White (6/14/19)SIKESTON — Daniel White, 68, died June 13, 2019, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Born Sept. 15, 1950, in Bell City, he was the son of the late Flaudie and Lillian Spence White. Survivors...
James Cloud (6/14/19)EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. — James E. “Jim” Cloud, 86, died June 13, 2019, at the Miner Nursing Center. Born Dec. 14, 1932, in Tiptonville, Tenn., son of the late James Claude Cloud and Hazel Odell Reynolds Cloud, he was of Church of Christ belief and had attended Diehlstadt High School. He served in the United States Army and was stationed in Germany from 1951-1953 and was a member of the Infantry Regiment. He was employed at Missouri Department of Transportation as a mechanic and maintenance worker and had been a private airplane pilot for over 40 years as well as a corporate pilot.
Tony Russell (6/14/19)EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. — Tony Emmett Russell, 72, died June 13, 2019, at his home. Born May 20, 1947, in East Prairie, son of the late Argus Ragan and Ardena Mae Noe Russell, he was retired from Worthington Ag Parts in Sikeston. He was a member of the National Guard...
Barbara Weathers (6/13/19)SIKESTON — Barbara Ann Weathers, age 82, of Sikeston, beloved wife of Dr. Grant "Wendell" Weathers Sr., passed away June 12, 2019, surrounded by loving family. She was born May 22, 1937, in Portageville, the daughter of the late William and Rita Lusk...
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