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Gallery Display: Larry Braun
Mar. 30, 11 am-11:59 pm
The Bar

Chris Kahler: Emanations
Mar. 30, 1 pm-5 pm
River Campus Art Gallery, Seminary Building Room 106

Country Club Western Dancers: Line and Partners
Mar. 30, 6 pm-9 pm
American Legion Post 63

Irene's Country Dance Lessons -- Partners
Mar. 30, 6 pm-9 pm
Cape Girardeau Eagles #3775

Memphis
Mar. 30, 7:30 pm
Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall

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Gary Rust
'Stonewalled' worth a read
I just finished reading the book "Stonewalled" by Sharyl Attkisson, a former CBS award- winning investigative reporter. I highly recommend it, especially for anyone interested in the media and government coverage. Attkisson's journalism career has...
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Ride of the Week: 1967 Ford Mustang GT CONVERTIBLE
Make and model: 1967 Ford Mustang GT CONVERTIBLE Owner(s): Alan Eakins Owner's hometown: JACKSON MO. Motor 289 Automatic.Loaded with lots of available options.Candy Apple Red.white top.black interior. My car's name: She a Beauty This is not the only ride I love any 60's 70's mussel car make and model will be welcome at my home...
Semoball Awards speaker announced: Jennie Finch
The Wyatt Glastetter Family Benefit at Stooges Restaurant in Jackson hosted 14 band/musicians and an auction Sunday, March 29, 2015 to raise money for the Glastetter family who recently lost their 3-year-old son to a battle with cancer.
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Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder recently said the U.S. Justice Department is "staffed with Marxists and black radicals" and that they are "fanning the flames of racial division." Do you agree with Kinder's remarks?
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Southeast Missouri State University recently razed an historic house on campus to make way for a new Greek Village. How do you feel about the situation?
 The university did the right thing; sometimes progress requires knocking down old buildings.
 The university did the wrong thing; it should've saved the building.
 I don't mind the university razing the building, but efforts should have been made to preserve the building materials.
 This issue doesn't matter to me.
 Undecided

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