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Hartung's Key & Repair Shop

Cape, "Gone Girl" featured in Missouri Business magazine

Find your Union vet's name on this list

Energy Coal Co.

Kingshighway flooded 1958

Hot weather for a change

Arrested journalist spoke here

Truck Center near viaduct

The happy couple?

Legion posts honor fallen heroes

Tour the railroad depots of Southern Illinois

Central High's "L'il Abner" cast 1972

Tywappity fire tower

Cities Service at Blomeyer

New posters retain creepy vibe

Frony's first business column

Kassel's Studio

Idan-Ha/A.C. Vasterling facelift 1972

Union Bus Center

'Sharp Objects' bound for small screen

Community bloggers
Of Icebergs and Health Alarms. A Spiritual perspective to human vulnerability

New Pencils and Notebooks--NowTears: How to Deal with Separation Anxiety

Dogs in Hot (?) Cars: BUSTED

Resume Advice for New Graduates

Being Human

You can't afford the luxury of being bored

What is an Earn-out?

Forever Dogs...Really?

Obama's Ominous "Twilight Zone Presidency"

Another Step Forward

You can't quit just because you feel you're not appreciated!

A Day of Appreciation

Imperfect bodies do not have to limit our lives or contributions

The Way Words Are Used

Show off your harvest at the SEMO District Fair

OPEN MEETING SCHEDULED.....PUBLIC INVITED....

The Wasted Vote

Keep on plugging along

2014 AUGUST BALLOT MEASURES

WHERE AMENDMENT #1 STARTED - Letter from Former State Rep Tom Loehner

Primary Elections Next Week

You can't always stay on top of the mountain


THE FUDGE REPORT: Obama to Resign!--Signs with ESPN!

The Future-Karsyn Connell

Welcome to Obama's Progressive America

You shouldn't have to entertain your kids all the time

NFIB/Missouri: Kathryn Swan Earns 100% Voting Record on Small-Business Issues

Warriors-The Dragon Slayers

A diet you can easily follow

Former Saluki hired to fill out Southeast men's basketball staff

COLUMN: The difficulty in defining success in Matukewicz's first season

Volleyball, swimming, football schedules (more to come)

Changes announced for OVC women's basketball scheduling format and tournament

Fall camp: Southeast football finishes practice with dunk tank (Video)

SEMO volleyball picked seventh in OVC poll, Masterson selected to preseason team

Camp Report: End of practice surprise for Southeast football

Southeast announces football season tickets sweepstakes

Southeast football releases fall camp media availability

SEMO football picked eighth in OVC poll, McRoberts selected to preseason All-OVC team

SEMO football picked eighth in OVC preseason media poll

Legion baseball tournament schedules

Reception to be held for new Southeast softball coach

Nutt hires assistant coach

Tyler Stone to play in NBA Summer League

Southeast's Jackson selected to CFPA Running Back Award watch list

COLUMN: Thank you for making the Semoball Awards possible

Complete list of Semoball Awards winners

2014 MHSBCA All-State Baseball Teams

Ozzie Smith: An understandable decision and an unfortunate result

#SupportFerguson
By Paul Larson Dobbins I took a detour home from the airport this morning to grab some breakfast in Ferguson. I wanted to see the area firsthand before really commenting on it. Granted, I was there during the breakfast hour, but what I found in Ferguson is not what you're reading about in the news in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch & STLtoday.com or seeing on Fox2Now, KMOV, KSDK NewsChannel 5, CNN, Fox News or msnbc. Here's what I saw firsthand this morning (Aug. 19):...
The issue of mistrust
I was a college student in Memphis, Tennessee, the night Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated. And as you would imagine, the events of that fateful day remain vivid in my memory after all of these years. The entire community of Memphis was both shocked and saddened by the tragic event. But the sadness quickly turned to anger, which turned to chaos and eventually self-destructive actions...
Neighborhood Development Initiative has potential
Our staff has been working on the Neighborhood Development Initiative for more than two years and made the first presentation to the council during July. I am very excited about this new initiative and trust that it will gain traction and support from you, our citizens, in the months and years ahead...
Quick breads: Tomato, bacon, lemon-blueberry and more
Quick breads are not only easy to make, but they are tasty and nice to have in the freezer for drop-in company or to take along to a carry-in dinner or potluck meal. Quick breads can be savory or sweet, light or a little dense in texture, but all are delicious...
Skunks can be stinkers so watch out
This is a striped skunk. It is native and common throughout the United States and most of Canada. If you somehow find yourself close to this cat-sized animal and it begins to hiss and stamp its feet, you should quickly move away. If you (or your dog) are within about 10 feet of a skunk and it suddenly turns away from you and raises its tail, you may be sprayed and regret it. As a defensive maneuver, a skunk can spray a very foul smelling liquid from glands under the base of its tail...
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Weird news
Man in mystery selfie comes forward in LA County
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) -- The couple whose selfie was snapped with a Southern California burglary victim's phone has been identified, authorities said Thursday....
Ex-judge must say she's sorry, just not in cuffs
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice convicted of corruption was spared on Thursday the further embarrassment of having to write her court-ordered apologies to every judge in the state on photos of herself in handcuffs....
Va. man named Stoner arrested on pot charges
ORANGE, Va. (AP) -- A Virginia man with the last name Stoner is facing drug charges after police found more than $10,000 worth of marijuana plants at his home....
378 people 'pay it forward' at Fla. Starbucks
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- A woman started an act of kindness chain that lasted for hours at a Starbucks drive-thru in Florida....
Los Angeles port welcomes massive rubber duck
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Port of Los Angeles is welcoming an unusual visitor - the world's biggest bath toy....
George W. Bush takes ice bucket challenge
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) -- Former President George W. Bush took the ice bucket challenge then nominated former President Bill Clinton to do it next....
Police have beef with shoplifting suspect
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Police have a beef with a man they say stole meat worth $2,700 from three Safeway stores in Portland, Oregon....
Stolen shopping scooter ride leads to jail
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- An Albuquerque, New Mexico, man is facing charges after police say he drove a stolen electric shopping cart to meet with his probation officer....
An 86-year-old Utah woman writes romance novel
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- An 86-year-old Utah woman became a first-time novelist by writing a steamy romance novel about a bored housewife....
$21,000 falls off money truck after casino pickup
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Nearly $21,000 is missing after the cash fell from the roof of an armored truck that had picked it up from a soon-to-be-closed Atlantic City casino....