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Dog owner arrested after puppies found abandoned in box
POPLAR BLUFF, MO — A southeast Missouri man accused of abandoning a litter of puppies was arrested Wednesday, police say.
Portageville man struck and killed by truck in Dunklin Co., MO
The incident happened at 9:15 p.m. on Route H, 11 miles west of Malden in Dunklin County, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. (Source: Raycom Media)
Kennett, MO warehouse fire considered a total loss
Crews are responded to a structure fire in Kennett, Missouri on Wednesday, August 15.
County offices moving from courthouse annex to Bloomfield location this week
Offices are seen Tuesday at 2311 Bloomfield St. in Cape Girardeau. Suite 102, second from left, will soon house outreach offices for the Cape Girardeau County assessor, collector and clerk.
Man arrested for abandoning 8 puppies
Officers responded to the 1000 block of North 2nd Street where they arrested Daryl Scarlet. Scarlet was found to possess the mother of the puppies, along with one puppy from the same litter. He originally denied abandoning the puppies, but then admitted to it after being held at the Butler County Ju
Southeast Missouri Corvette Club Grants Wish to a Man with a Terminal Illness - Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle
Diagnosed in May with a terminal illness, Tony Ohara mentioned to his hospice nurse that he had hoped to fulfill his lifelong dream of riding in a Corvette, but the local Southeast Missouri dealership he talked to was unable to accommodate his request.
Wayne Co., MO sheriff's office warns of Medicare mail scam
GREENVILLE, MO (KFVS) -The Wayne County, Missouri Sheriff's Office said residents are getting letters saying Medicare is asking for DNA samples. The sheriff's office says this is a scam.Download the KFVS News app:iPhone|AndroidThe letter is also asking for a social security number and credit card in
Man in custody after abandoned puppies found on street
Rachel SudduthPoplar Bluff, MO -- A man is in custody after officers found a box of eight abandoned puppies in Poplar Bluff.On Wednesday, Poplar Bluff Animal Control Officers responded to the intersection of Harper and Sanders St. regarding a box of abandoned puppies.When officers arrived they disco
Arkansas residents exposed to another hepatitis outbreak at BBQ restaurant
Pregnant woman killed by boyfriend, horrific 911 call releasedHundreds of indictments dismissed after grand jury leader failed to follow procedureMan called 911 moments before driving into river after killing girlfriend, police sayPHOTOS: Mid-South's Most Wanted Fugitives
All Roads Lead To Home
Guess what! It rained. The very day I posted this article last week and the next and a couple of more days last week. We were pretty dry, and the rain wasn’t exactly a soaker, so we could use a little more, but this helped. So, I have been praising Mother Nature every day since then. Maybe we could
Hepatitis A outbreak continues at Ironhorse Barbeque in Paragould
PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) - Officials are again warning residents of a northeast Arkansas town of a possible hepatitis A exposure after an employee at a barbecue restaurant tested positive for the liver disease.The state Health Department said Monday that anyone who ate at Ironhorse Barbeque in Paragould
Meals grant is good for students
Congratulations to Cape Girardeau Public Schools for securing a USDA grant to provide free breakfast and lunch to all school children for the next four years. Using federal government dollars to feed children who would not receive nourishing meals is a win for everyone. Countless studies indicate th
Cape city names Stan Polivick as new public works director
Stan PolivickSoutheast Missourian fileCape Girardeau's assistant public works director, Stan Polivick, has been promoted to director of the department, city officials said Monday.He will take over the position after the current director, Steve Cook, retires Sept. 1. Cook has worked for the city for
Assault under investigation in Kennett, MO
Police said the victim, who was intoxicated, could not identify his attacker. This incident is still under investigation.
Hickman, Kentucky, seeks solution to water problem
HICKMAN, KY — Wendy Corum has lived in Hickman, Kentucky, her whole life, but lately she hasn’t enjoyed the brown murky water coming out of the pipes in her home.
Labor Dept.: Kennett farmworkers kept in inhumane conditions
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Florida company kept more than 100 temporary farmworkers in "inhumane" and "unsanitary" working conditions while not paying them what they were due as they harvested watermelons in Southeast Missouri, according to federal labor officials.The U.S. Labor Department issued a preli
Highway Patrol finds missing video sought by defense in Sikeston murder case
Antoine Harris-ApplewhiteMissing surveillance video evidence in a Sikeston, Missouri, murder case has been found by a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigator and turned over to defense counsel less than two weeks before the scheduled trial.The evidence was discovered on a computer hard drive that
Don’t give up. I assure you I won’t. – Team Claire – Medium
Claire touring Mid Continent Nail in Poplar Bluff, MO. Photo by David Carson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
One Dead, One in Custody in Paragould Shooting
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Caterpillar Announces Layoffs In Dyersburg, Tennessee
This week, Caterpillar Inc. submitted a WARN notification with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The letter explains that the company will soon be closing its facility in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The facility is expected to close on October 1, 2018. The company anticipates th