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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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Allen Boulevard southbound closed in Sikeston (05/23/16)
SIKESTON -- Effective immediately, the southbound lane of Allen Boulevard will be completely closed due to a water leak. All motorists and residents in the area are asked to use alternative routes to avoid this site.
Man now faces federal charges in wife's murder (05/23/16)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - A Cape Girardeau man faces federal charges in connection with the murder of his wife. The United States Attorney's Office has indicted James Clay Waller II, 45, with interstate domestic violence. The offense of interstate domestic violence was enacted by Congress in 1994 as part of the Violence Against Women Act. A violation the act includes a possible sentence up to life imprisonment...
Great day for baseball (05/23/16)
Some teams with the Benton Youth Baseball League took advantage of the sunny weather Saturday to make up games rained out by recent rainfall. Here, a Benton pitcher delivers a pitch to an Oran batter.
Charleston man accused of fatally shooting Cape teen (05/23/16)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - A Charleston, Missouri, man was arrested and charged with the murder of 17-year-old Andrel Dolpin Jr., who was fatally shot Thursday night near Lorimier House Apartment complex in Cape Girardeau. Jonas M. Phillips, 27, faces six criminal counts in connection with the teen's shooting death, which police say stemmed from a botched drug deal...
Portageville maintains Public Protection Classification rating (05/23/16)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. - Property insurance for the Portageville area shouldn't contain any surprises for residents. The fire district has maintained its Public Protection Classification rating of 05/5X, which will maintain the current insurance rates. Insurance Services Offices Inc. established the PPC program to reflect a community's local fire protection for property insurance rating purposes. ISO provides this data to insurance companies in the U.S...
10 Things to Know for Today (05/23/16)
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. OBAMA LIFTS ARMS BAN IN FIRST VISIT TO VIETNAM The move aims to bolster a communist government seen as a crucial, though flawed partner, especially in the context of China's regional aspirations...
The Last Word

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Vote is decided

I am calling about the speakout article, "I can trump you." I agree with this person 100 percent about Benghazi and the emails of Hillary. In addition, I have come across a direct quote of Hillary's from a reliable source in which she says, "We are going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." Gee whiz! What is the difference between Hillary and Sanders? Who knows? But this helped decide my vote.

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