Poplar Bluff man's death under investigation in Sikeston
(Local News ~ 07/10/19)
SIKESTON — Police are investigating the death of a Poplar Bluff man who was found lying outside a business early Wednesday in Sikeston. At 5:56 a.m. officers with Sikeston Department of Public Safety responded to Sikeston Electrical Supply, 105 Larcel Drive, in reference to an unresponsive 57-year-old man lying in the parking lot, according to Sikeston DPS Assistant Chief Jim Mcillen...
Bootheel boys basketball coach Aaron Bidewell ready for new role as Holcomb athletic director
(High School Sports ~ 07/10/19)
Aaron Bidewell is preparing for a new role in the world of high school sports. Bidewell, who has served as the varsity boys basketball coach at Hayti the past three seasons, recently accepted the position of athletic director at Holcomb High School for the 2019-20 school year...
Grain Marketing Commentary
(Column ~ 07/10/19)
Corn Last week on June 28, USDA released their third quarter grain stocks and planted acres reports. The corn stocks came in 130 billion below the trade estimate at 5.2 billion bushels. This implies either we lost some grain due to the flooding this spring and/or more corn went to livestock feed. ...
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(Opinion ~ 07/10/19)
The right wing and Donald Trump want us to believe that the question about whether foreign influence should be allowed in our elections is hypothetical. How stupid do they think we are? We all know that it is not hypothetical, that it has already happened and Trump encouraged it. We all heard him gleefully ask the Russians to look for damage against his political opponents. Accepting information from foreign countries to use in an election is against our law and we now know our President broke that law.