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Friday, Apr. 25, 2014

Looking Back In Time

Tuesday, January 15, 2002

60 years ago

VANDUSER - Mr. and Mrs. Willard Phegley are the parents of a baby daughter born Saturday. The child is named Barbara Ann.

40 years ago

MATTHEWS - Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Proffer attended the reception held at their home Sunday. The Proffers were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary.

20 years ago

BENTON - Filers for county office are slowly making their intentions known, according to Scott County Clerk Bob Kielhofner. A primary election will be held Aug. 3. Filing deadline is April 27.

10 years ago

Jan. 15, 1992

SIKESTON - The Sikeston R-6 School Board announced its choice for board attorney and secretary Tuesday afternoon. "The Board has employed Pete Burns to become the attorney and secretary effective Jan. 14," said Dr. Robert Buchanan, superintendent of Sikeston Schools. "We had some excellent candidates to consider. It was a difficult decision to make."


MINER - The Miner Board of Aldermen Tuesday made no progress on the controversial city hall relocation proposal Tuesday evening. All four aldermen were present for the meeting. No final decision was made in December as to how the purchase of the Clinton property would be finance. "We are still working on avenues of financing," said Board member Janie Berry. Alderman Terry Cole made a motion to conduct a meeting the following Tuesday for the purpose of making those decisions, but James said he would not be able to attend. Alderman Jim Wills said that he was "going to be sick." "It's not what you want, so you're not going to be there, Bill," said Cole. "It's not what the people want," James replied.