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Stories from Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Officials discuss rising water (06/18/08)
BENTON -- Scott County officials are hoping this round of high water will flow on past without incident. Joel Evans, county developer, discussed ' with county commissioners the county s chances for more flooding during the regular County Commission meeting Tuesday...
Mays Brothers has new indoor location (06/18/08)
MINER -- Bigger and better. That s how Alfred May, co-owner of May Brothers ' Fireworks, described the business new indoor location in Miner. It also serves as headquarters for the other stores he and his brother, Louis " May, manage in other states...
Dexter man pleads guilty in teen's death (06/18/08)
NEW MADRID - A Dexter man charged in connection with a 2007 death was sentenced to 15 years in prison last week. Larry Kenton Sanders plead guilty in a New Madrid County courtroom to the Class B felony of distribution of a controlled substance and the Class C felony of involuntary manslaughter...
Fighting Squirrels KO'd: Dunklin County 19, Charleston 5 (06/18/08)
CHARLESTON -- Dunklin County Post 303 came to town Tuesday evening in search of a victory, and a victory is what they returned home with, defeating the Charleston Fighting Squirrels 19-5 in five innings. Post 303 pitcher Heath Horvath was solid on the mound for the complete game win, giving up five runs, two of which were earned, on eight hits, a walk, a hit batter and eight strikeouts. ...
Politics can be a deadly game (06/18/08)
One of this summer's favorite pastimes is called "political bashing." It's a simple game where you wait for a politician to make virtually any comment and then you play Monday-morning quarterback and bash the politician's position. It's a equal-opportunity game played by both Democrats and Republicans...