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Wittenberg bomb shelter

Rainbows without rain

Real goat-getters

Tower Rock Ferry

10th Anniversary Edition: Miscellaneous bios

'Battle of Lexington' at Capaha Park

Old Town Cape to host award celebration party; debuts video

The Beanery at Scott City

Highway 61-Broadway aerial in detail

10th Anniversary Edition: Exchange Bank of Jackson

August W. Birk, 'stumpscape' artist

A closer look at Tacky Day

River bridge construction 1927

10th Anniversary Edition: Jackson newspapers, churches

Bill Emerson was a regular guy

Perryville's KOA becoming Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

Central High School built 1952-55

The REAL Reason The Attorney General Is Trying To Close Down Safe Harbor...

Cape Girardeau Country Club opens 1921

Another round of thunderstorms and heavy rain coming

Community bloggers
2015 District 147 Constitutent Survey Results

Swan's Remedial Education Bill Passed by Missouri House

Missouri Times story-HB 803

KOMU Interview-HB 377

Pay Now or Pay Later

General Assembly Finalizes 2016 Budget

Poolside Chat

Do you have a purpose for your life?

2015 Capitol Report pg1

2015 Capitol Report XIV pg2

2015 Capitol Report XIV pg3

Donor Spotlight: Dru Reeves

Taum Sauk Section Ozark Trail

Swan and Gannon's High School Equivalency Bills Pass in Missouri House

Bills Reported to the Senate

MDC Cape Nature Center: 10 years of discovering nature together

2015 Capitol Report XIII Pg 1

2015 Capitol Report XIII pg 2

Martin Luther King, Jr., on poverty

Swan's Career and Technology Certificate Bill Passes Missouri House

More House Bills Move Forward

Devil Dog

Trust Can Build A Bridge

"Any Body Home" Opens Thursday.........

Donor Spotlight: Nick Dacy

Successful Legislative Progress

Flights of Fancy event features live raptors, bird fun, facts and tips

No Place like Home, Part 1

Patrick Furniture Joins 365 Circle!

Swan to Speak at Children's Rally

69th Tom Hoover Ozark Invitational

Malden junior linebacker receives offer from Southeast Missouri State

Ty Margenthaler accepts assistant coaching position at Samford

Southeast Missouri State football injury updates

Southeast football team set to play Kansas in 2017

COLUMN: Tay Bender making strong case to be Southeast's next quarterback

Updated: Southeast football spring game, baseball series opener modified

Naylor's Urich Signs With Crowley's Ridge

COLUMN: Rekha Patterson separated herself from crowd of Southeast Missouri State women's coaching candidates

Video of Rekha Patterson's introductory press conference

Report: Ball State assistant to be named Southeast women's basketball coach

COLUMN: Rick Ray is more than his record but less than an easy sell as Southeast men's coach

Video of Rick Ray's introductory press conference

Updated: What I know about Southeast men's coaching announcement

Introducing the Semoball Cup

Complete list of Southeast Missouri State coaching search coverage

Southeast Missouri State volleyball team to host tournament Saturday

Update: Anthony Beane says he hasn't been contacted about Southeast men's job

Gary Garner: Anthony Beane has applied to be Southeast men's basketball coach

Twin Rivers' Jase Worley Signs with Culver-Stockton

Using schools, students for fast-food ad campaigns
Students, teachers, principals and parents in the Jackson school district are participating in a clever fundraising campaign. It's innovative, and it probably will be successful. But is it appropriate? Last week, I, along with many other parents in the school district, received fliers about this new campaign. I also received an email from the principal encouraging my family to participate...
'Tapioca!' And now, the rest of the goofy story
Lots of things change as I grow older. And older. Bad news: I don't jog anymore. Wouldn't even think of it. Good news: My knees are in pretty good shape. At my age, you take what you can get. For a couple of years now, I have noticed -- and so has my wife -- a change in my sleep pattern. For lots of years I would go to bed and wake up eight hours later when the alarm went off...
USS Oklahoma casualties to be exhumed, ID'd
On December 7, 1941, Japanese forces attacked the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Japanese hoped to destroy U.S. aircraft carriers normally moored in the harbor, but the carriers were at sea and the attacking pilots shifted their targeting to the battleships, which were unable to get enough steam up to escape...
Obama's unconstitutional EPA mandates
President Obama spent a lot of time talking this past year about his "climate change agenda." Turns out, he couldn't get it through Congress, even before the Republicans' epic gains last November. But as with immigration, health care, and too much else, the inability to get democratic approval hasn't stopped the president. Now he and the EPA have announced a comprehensive climate change plan, not in the form of democratically adopted law, but in the guise of executive regulations...
USPS increasingly profitable
There's a lot of misleading "conventional wisdom" about U.S. Postal Service finances. Unfortunately, some of it was included in your otherwise excellent story about the proposed ending of mail processing at the USPS facility in Cape Girardeau. The story attributed Postal Service financial challenges to an infrastructure "deemed too large" (without attribution) and declining letter volume...
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Weird news
Teen, missing for 4 days, lived off school's fruit trees
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) -- Authorities say a 17-year-old boy who went missing for nearly four days before he returned to his Northern California home told his family he hid on his high school campus, surviving on fruit from trees and drinking from the water fountain....
Coyote collared after lower Manhattan police chase
NEW YORK (AP) -- A wily coyote is no match for the NYPD....
Romania: robbers trained to steal jewels, cars detained
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) -- Prosecutors detained 14 people Friday who are suspected of belonging to a network of well-dressed robbers who were trained to rob luxury items in Romania and the European Union....
15 loose buffaloes that crossed New York highway are killed
COEYMANS, N.Y. (AP) -- Fifteen buffaloes that escaped from a farm were intentionally shot and killed Friday after they dashed past a group of police, crossed a major highway and ended up near some schools, authorities said....
College's goat- and sheep-guarding donkey has surprise birth
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (AP) -- The University of Rhode Island may have a new guard for its animal herd after a baby donkey was unexpectedly born....
Tater tots, comfy couch waylay California burglar
PETALUMA, Calif. (AP) -- Police say a would-be burglar got sidetracked by snacks and a comfy place to snooze, heating up some tater tots and taking a nap on the sofa of the house he broke into....
WWII-era bomb found on college campus, detonated by military
WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (AP) -- The ground shook near a New Jersey military base as an explosives team detonated a 500-pound World War II-era bomb that had been found on the campus of a community college....
Swedish police on vacation break up fight on New York subway
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton is thanking four Swedish law enforcement officers who broke up a fight on the subway....
Manure trade show's slogan contest produces pile of entries
Entries are piling up for a slogan contest being held this year by the North American Manure Expo....
Thief sneaks ice cream cooler past sleeping store clerk
OAKLAND PARK, Fla. (AP) -- Deputies in Florida say a thief worked for 15 minutes to drag a cooler full of Good Humor ice cream past a sleeping clerk at a gas station near Fort Lauderdale....