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Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2015

Jackson Farmer's Market
Sep. 1, 2 pm-6 pm
St. Louis Iron Mountain Railroad

"Garden Grub" Cooking Workshop Series
Sep. 1, 6 pm-8 pm
Shawnee Park Center

Irene's Country Dancers
Sep. 1, 6 pm-9 pm
VFW Post 3838

Cape Girardeau City Council Meeting
Sep. 1, 7 pm
Cape Girardeau City Hall

Songwriter's night
Sep. 1, 8 pm
Port Cape Girardeau

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Wayne Bowen
Losing history by design
History does not change but our relationship to it does. Even though it shapes the present, preserving the past unquestioned and unaltered -- or, more accurately, preserving how our predecessors viewed the past -- is not an obligation of the...
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* Dean Wright's Garage
* Auto Tire & Parts
* River City Rodders

Ride of the Week: 1985 chevy sliverado
Make and model: 1985 chevy sliverado Owner(s): Aaron George Owner's hometown: Delta mo the truck has the 305 motor rebuilt. its an automatic with power steering.it also has a four barrel carburetor. it is 2wheel drive with very little rust on the body...
Northern Colorado defeats Southeast Missouri State 1-0 Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015 at Houck Stadium.

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