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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Looking Back in Time at Sept. 17

Wednesday, September 17, 2003

SIKESTON - Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Walker of Sikeston are parents of a son born last Wednesday at St. Francis Hospital in Cape Girardeau.


SIKESTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dunagan and their son, Danny Lee are now located in Compton, Calif., where they are doing defense work.

SIKESTON - In charge of publicity for the Community Concert Campaign are Mrs. Joel Montgomery, Mrs. Robert Matthews and Mrs. Jack Mitchell.


LILBOURN - The new Lilbourn R-4 High School, which will be occupied Oct. 7, will be one of the most modern in the district.

BENTON - Nichole Lannette Bollinger, daughter of Dave and Ann Bollinger of Benton, celebrated her third birthday Aug. 23 at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bollinger.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston Jaycees recently made a donation of a shelter to the Mary Lou Montgomery Park. The project was part of the 1992 community services the Jaycees completed for Sikeston. Attending the ceremony with Parks and Recreation Director Jiggs Moore were Park Board members Mike Ziegenhorn, Gladys Hillis, Larry Tetley, Ed Cowan and Leroy Parmenter; and Jaycees David Teachout, Jeffrey L. Sutton, Matt Vowels, Brian Menz and Matt Puchbauer.


SIKESTON - Thanks to a state health care delivery law that went into effect last month, nurse practitioners can write prescriptions. However, because of ambiguity the state Board of Pharmacy says it sees in the law, pharmacists aren't filling nurse-written prescriptions until the provisions are made clearer.