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Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

Looking Back 3/14

Thursday, March 14, 2002

60 years ago

SIKESTON - Mrs. Ralph Anderson held a piano and organ recital at her home Thursday. Among those performing were Dolly Huters, 8; Alice Martin, Billy Huters and Betty Anderson.


SIKESTON - Mary Lee Yates is the name given a daughter born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Yates.

40 years ago

BLOOMFIELD - After 13 years as superintendent of the Bloomfield Schools, John T. Lawrence has resigned his position, effective June 30.


SIKESTON - Miss Bonnie Clinton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Clinton, has been selected as a candidate for the 1962 Sagamore queen contest at Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau.

20 years ago

SIKESTON - New Madrid County Port Authority Executive Director Paul E. "Jack" Mahar will speak to the Sikeston Chamber of Commerce Thursday.

10 years ago

FLAT RIVER - For the most part, it wasn't even a ballgame. It definitely wasn't "show time." Jahidi White, Cardinal Ritter's 6-foot-9 sophomore, opened the contest with a convincing dunk, but the rest of Saturday's Class 2A boys quarterfinals was a Portageville exhibition. The Bulldogs beat Cardinal Ritter 76-53 and earned a spot in this weekend's Final Four at Columbia. Portageville will play Highland (24-6) Friday in a semifinal game.


MOREHOUSE - Morehouse Little League Basketball results from last Saturday saw the Spurs defeat the Indians 64-12. Jeff Hall led the Spurs attack with 15 points while Indians' Garry Anderson fought hard for 8 points.