FBI seeks public help in locating individual who can help with sex exploitation investigation
(Local News ~ 09/11/19)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an unknown male who may have critical information pertaining to the identity of a child victim in an ongoing sexual exploitation investigation. The FBI said it’s believed the unknown individual known as John Doe 41 may have critical information pertaining to the identity of a male child victim in a sexual exploitation investigation...
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Caruthersville schools, city ‘Flip the Switch’ to celebrate solar installations
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — The City of Caruthersville and Caruthersville School District “Flipped the Switch” to celebrate the completion of multiple solar installations at Caruthersville Elementary School, Caruthersville High School, Wastewater Plant, Water Plant and the Diane Sayre Recreation Center...
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(Obituary ~ 09/11/19)
CHARLESTON, Mo. — Donna Jean Vinson Jones, 64, died Sept. 11, 2019, at her home in Charleston. Born Nov. 25, 1954, at Charleston, to the late George Calvin Vinson and Rita Elizabeth Sisk Vinson, she attended nursing school and lived in Georgia a number of years working as a nurse. She returned to Charleston to be near her family and was a member of the Wyatt Baptist Church...
(Obituary ~ 09/11/19)
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. — Dorris Nadine Cogdill, 83, died Sept. 10, 2019, at the East Prairie Nursing Center. Born May 27, 1936, daughter of the late Orval and Liza Mae Loomas Kersey, she had worked at the Charleston Host House. She also was employed as an LPN for 16 years by Visiting Nurse Association. She was a member of First General Baptist Church in East Prairie...
(Opinion ~ 09/11/19)
I find it sad that housing allows a person to remain living in their apartments when all they do all day is get drunk and yell at whoever is in their apartment. This is a daily thing in an apartment on the corner of Fletcher and Cleveland. You can hear the guy yelling at kids who live with him. Come on, parenting is not about how loud you can get. It’s about how soft spoken you can be and still reach the child. I have seen this guy many times and he is always drunk driving a blue GMC and living in housing causing disturbances yet when he mows neighbor’s yards he’s as calm as can be until he goes back to his apartment and the yelling starts again. Come on people, this is housing elderly people, young people and kids. We should not have to put up with this. And one other thing if cigarettes aren’t allowed on housing property then alcohol should be banned too. Cigarettes clutter the yards. Alcohol clutters the mind, helping angry people get worst contributing to problems that should be trying to be reduced not contributed to. When is there going to be an end put to this?