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Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016

Looking Back 9/29

Friday, September 29, 2006

SIKESTON - The temperature over Sikeston dropped to 41 degrees early Monday morning. It was the lowest mark of the fall season.

SIKESTON - A grease fire at the Burger Chef restaurant this morning caused smoke damage to the inside of the building and fire damage to the roof.

20 years ago -- Sept. 29, 1986

CHARLESTON - New Madrid County Central will try to establish a different sort of offense this week while Charleston simply tries to establish an offense that wins. The teams collide Friday in a SEMO Conference Central Division game at 7:30 p.m. at Charleston.

SIKESTON - After the parade was over, 13 area contestants waited anxiously to be picked for the top six finalists in the Sikeston Cotton Carnival pageant with the hopes of being the next queen. Winners were: Alyshia McBride, Lindi Prindle, second alternate Amy McBride, Cotton Carnival Queen Emily Ray, first alternate Nikki Hoover and Elizabeth Sullivan.

SIKESTON - David Hollander, classical concert pianist and humorist will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday at the First United Methodist Church in Sikeston. The performance is sponsored by the Sikeston Missouri Arts.

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Ozzie Smith's final regular season game turned out to be a big day for the man who's been considered the best shortstop in the majors for the last few years. Smith started in his final regular season game and went 0 for 2 before being removed at the beginning of the fourth inning. He was saluted with fireworks and hugged the other eight teammates who were on the field on his way to the bench. After the game he took a farewell lap around the stadium as the fans showered cheers on him for the second consecutive day. Smith's No. 1 jersey was retired Saturday.