SIKESTON - More than $64,000 had been raised Thursday as a local contribution toward construction of Missouri Delta Community Hospital and to meet a possible deficit during the first year. The goal is $75,000.
SIKESTON - Miss Linda Kay Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Long of Grayridge, was crowned the 1962 queen of Stoddard County Farm Bureau at the Farm Bureau Insurance Party last Saturday night. Miss Long is a sophomore at Richland Senior High School.
MATTHEWS - About 60 residents of the Matthews East Acres neighborhood met Monday night at the Free Will Baptist Church to discuss what they can do as a neighborhood to keep the Tumbleweed Lounge located on Highway 60 East "out of their backyards."
SIKESTON - "We've Come a Long Way" was the theme of the Southeast Missouri Association of Legal Secretaries annual installation banquet Tuesday night. Two Sikeston residents were awarded top honors with attorney Kenneth Dement chosen Boss of the Year and Brenda Underhill selected as Legal Secretary of the Year.
SIKESTON - With the passage of a new ordinance, an apparent solution to a question over which governing body has authority over conditional use of property in a transitional zone was reached by the city council. The problem arose over a request from Bootheel Counseling Services to operate a rehabilitation center for its clients during daytime hours. The proposed site is 325 Tanner St., which is in the transitional zone district. The Board will consider the request from Bootheel Counseling Services at its April 20 meeting.