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Body cameras gain acceptance from Scott County deputies (03/30/15)
BENTON -- Former Scott County chief deputy Kenneth Kinder said his fellow officers were a little apprehensive when they first were told they'd be wearing body cameras. "Change is always hard to take. Doesn't matter if it's good change or bad change. ... But they've come to see that it's good for them," he said...
Council action clears way for development in TIF district (03/30/15)
scottw@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Two of the last items for Sikeston City Council to take action on for the city's latest TIF district were approved during the Council's regular monthly briefing session Monday after second readings. A bill rezoning from light industrial to highway commercial about 36.18 acres south of Stalcup, west of Lawrence and north of where Henning will be once extended was first approved by the Council...
Sikeston Spring Clean-up is set to begin next week (03/30/15)
SIKESTON -- Sikeston's Spring Clean-up, which gives residents an opportunity to dispose of bulky rubbish during their regular solid waste pick-ups, is set for two weeks beginning April 6. Residents with Monday and Thursday trash collection will have their spring clean-up opportunities on April 6 and April 9. Those with Tuesday and Friday solid waste pick-up will have their fall clean-up collections on April 14 and April 17...
Missouri bridges threatened by lack of funding (03/30/15)
DEXTER -- State Rep. Tila Rowland-Hubrecht is more than familiar with the condition of bridges in Stoddard County. She was raised in a rural area within the Richland School District and travels the roads often. The need for bridge replacements and improvements was driven home, however, during a tour Friday morning with MoDOT Area Engineer David Wyman...
Easter egg hunt (03/30/15)
Emaleigh Ruedrich gathers eggs during the community Easter egg hunt Saturday at the Morehouse City Park. The activities were sponsored by the United Methodist Church of Morehouse.
Missouri GOP deals with party split at Legislature midpoint (03/30/15)
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) -- Armed with greater numbers of Republicans than ever in the House, Missouri's Legislature still is struggling to find consensus on high-profile legislation as lawmakers return for the second half of the session on Monday. So far, having a veto-proof supermajority has helped each chamber speed through some policies key to the GOP, such as welfare restrictions and barring mandatory union fees...
The Last Word

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