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Stories from Friday, September 25, 2009

'Cap and trade' impact to Sikeston discussed (09/25/09)
michellef@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- In most cases, the Sikeston Board of Municipal Utilities works to stay neutral on issues and just do its job. But the Waxman-Markey Clean Energy Bill, also known as cap and trade legislation, has them talking...
Undefeated (09/25/09)
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Public water district project moving closer to phase two (09/25/09)
michellef@standard-democrat.com BENTON -- As work continues on Phase One of Public Water Supply District No. 4 in Scott County, officials are beginning to plan for the second phase. "I've been knocking on doors and hanging packets," said Tim McIntyre, system manager for PWSD 4...
Sikeston surgeon to receive accolade (09/25/09)
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- A Sikeston surgeon is among nine Southeast Missouri State University alumni and one faculty member to receive Merit Awards by the Alumni Association next month. Dr. Max Heeb, a 1950 graduate of Southeast and retired general surgeon, will be presented with the award Oct. 9 at at the Copper Dome Society/Merit Recognition Program during Homecoming festivities., the University announced Thursday...
County nuisance ordinance being drafted (09/25/09)
scottw@standard-democrat.com CHARLESTON -- Mississippi County officials will soon have the authority to address junk, weeds and vicious dogs in unincorporated parts of the county. During their regular meeting Thursday, commissioners approved hiring attorney Tom Cunningham of the Cunningham, Vogel and Rost, P.C., legal firm in St. Louis to draft a nuisance ordinance for the county...
License office bids awarded (09/25/09)
JEFFERSON CITY -- License offices in Charleston and New Madrid are among seven towns awarded agents this week. The Charleston Chamber of Commerce is the new agent for the Charleston License Office. For the complete article and more stories from the Standard Democrat, click here to log on to the electronic edition...
Still perfect: Sikeston runs through Cape Central 33-6 Thursday night (09/25/09)
sd_sports@yahoo.com CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston Bulldogs were one interception away from throwing their fourth consecutive shutout on Thursday evening as they soundly defeated the Cape Central Tigers 33-6 at Houck Stadium on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University...
Scott City slams SHS in straight sets (09/25/09)
SCOTT CITY -- Scott City's Brooke Simpson has the uncanny ability to find any weakness in the opposing defense. Whether it be with a small tip over the hands of a defender or a thunderous hit threw a hole, she very rarely misses her mark. For the complete article and more stories from the Standard Democrat, click here to log on to the electronic edition...
Bell City sweeps by Lady Bearcats (09/25/09)
sd_sports@yahoo.com DEXTER -- The Dexter Lady Bearcats had a tough time handling the Bell City Lady Cubs on Thursday night as they fell in two sets, 25-15 and 25-16. For the complete article and more stories from the Standard Democrat, click here to log on to the electronic edition...
Rachel Haney (09/25/09)
CHARLESTON -- Rachel L. Slaughter Haney, 73, died at 6:05 p.m. Sept. 24, 2009, at the Charleston Manor. Funeral arrangements are with the McMikle Funeral Home. For the complete obituary and more stories from the Standard Democrat, click here to log on to the electronic edition...
Teresa Crosby (09/25/09)
BLOOMFIELD -- Teresa M. Crosby, 46, died Sept. 18, 2009, in Bloomfield. Funeral arrangements are with the Watkins and Sons Funeral Home in Dexter. For the complete obituary and more stories from the Standard Democrat, click here to log on to the electronic edition...
Dorothy Jansen (09/25/09)
ORAN -- Dorothy Jansen, 87, died Sept. 24, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran.