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A hug of appreciation (05/06/16)
Sikeston Public Safety Officer Caitlin Holzum gets hugged by students at the Sikeston Head Start Thursday morning after she and Jason Vishe, a field training officer, read to the youngsters. National Police Week begins May 15 and the children wanted to be among the first to show their appreciation to the officers...
Residents to be 'Purpling Up SEMO' for Ladies Night Out (05/06/16)
SIKESTON - The Ladies Night Out fundraiser is fighting against domestic violence and sexual assault. "It's the big purple elephant in the room," said House of Refuge Board Chairperson Holly Hunter Heckemeyer "No one wants to talk about it, we've got to stand up and recognize it."...
National Day of Prayer (05/06/16)
Allen Basham, pastor of Cape First Sikeston, speaks to the students and their parents gathered Thursday for the National Day of Prayer.
10 Things to Know for Today (05/06/16)
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. ONE SURE THEME AT PARTY CONGRESS IN NORTH KOREA Get ready for wall-to-wall praise of Kim Jong Un and his efforts to strengthen the North's nuclear-weapons program...
East Prairie mother raises awareness of rare disease (05/05/16)
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. -- A Mississippi County mother's quest to learn her child's illness is raising awareness through a social media campaign. The second annual ROHHAD Awareness Day in Missouri is set for Saturday. ROHHAD stands for Rapid-Onset Obesity, Hypothalmius, Hypoventilation, Autonomic Dysfunction, is an extremely rare disorder which has no treatment or cure. There is no blood test to test for ROHHAD...
Grant funds help expand Sikeston Public Library's collection (05/05/16)
SIKESTON - New books are starting to appear on the shelves at the Sikeston Public Library thanks to grant funds targeted at enhancing the library's collection. In March, the library received a $6,302.07 Public Library Collection Development Grant. "There were few stipulations put on the receipt of the grant," said the library's Assistant Director Ron Eifert, who is also serving as the project manager for the grant. ...
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I'm calling to speakout and complain about the loud music and drugs throughout the late hours of the night on Taylor Street. The cops have been called and nothing yet has been done. I am going to continue to call until this gets stopped. Some of us work for a living. You are disturbing the peace and it needs to stop.

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I would like to know why women have to go naked these days. If they advertise a hamburger or a car or anything on TV, they've gotta be naked. That just don't make sense to me. They need to put on some clothes instead of going half-naked all the time.

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