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Tuesday, Sep. 2, 2014

Looking Back 11/7

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

SIKESTON - In three plays after they first obtained the ball, the Sikeston High School Bulldogs scored and went on to win 36-6 over the Kennett Indians in a game played here.

SIKESTON - Plans have been completed for the Veterans Day program and parade, with the parade beginning at the American Legion Hall on South Kingshighway.


SIKESTON - Fire destroyed a small storage shed behind the residence of Freddie Hughes, 218 Petroleum. No other damage was caused and no one was injured.

SIKESTON - The smell of smoke stayed in the air in Southeast Missouri Saturday as brush fires burned in various places throughout the day. About 9:30 p.m. Saturday, the Essex Fire Department requested assistance from Morehouse for a fire on Road 589. A fire was also reported in the afternoon near Bird's Corner and Bloomfield was called out around the Castor River. In Scott County, several minor fires were reported, including Oran twice, Morley, Vanduser, Bell City and Chaffee.

SIKESTON - The religious gathering of thousands of men last month in Washington, D.C., proved to be a milestone in the lives of several local residents who attended. The Promise Keepers, a nationwide men's Christian organization, spearheaded the gathering which included local attendees, Barry Wallace, Kevin Coleman and David Murray.


SIKESTON - The Sikeston Bulldogs ended their season Thursday night with a 28-14 loss to the Cape Central Tigers. It was Cape's first win against a conference opponent since a victory over Poplar Bluff in 1994, a losing streak that lasted nine games.