These Walls Did Talk!
(Submitted Story ~ 04/11/15)
These Walls Did Talk! "If these walls could only talk", has been used many times by people when speculating about an old home or building that was built over 100 years ago or more. The walls of the historic Will Mayfield Administration and Classroom building did talk, and they have told the restoration team who some of the people were who walked the halls and attended classes there in the late 1800's and early 1900's. ...
Youth turkey season 2015
(Submitted Photo ~ 04/11/15)
Wyatt Lincoln bagged his first turkey opening morning of youth turkey season, weighing 20 pounds, 10 inch beard, and 3/4 inch spurs.
Southeast Missouri State football team focuses on third-down offense at scrimmage
(College Sports ~ 04/11/15)
Southeast Missouri State football coach Tom Matukewicz wanted his team to clean up its "atrocious" third-down offense in Saturday's spring scrimmage at Houck Stadium. The Redhawks were able to do just that behind running backs DeMichael Jackson and Tremane McCullough and consistently moved the ball down field...
Meadow Heights falls to Puxico in Chaffee baseball tournament
(High School Sports ~ 04/11/15)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Meadow Heights coach Nick Herman had every right to worry Friday when his starting pitcher, junior Nick Mayfield, grounded to third base and collided with sturdy Puxico first baseman Seth Luttrell, who stretched high for the throw and then remained on the bag to insure the out was recorded...
Out of the past: April 11
(Out of the Past ~ 04/11/15)
Officials have confirmed that the body found in the Mississippi River Friday near Tiptonville, Tennessee, is that of Jackie Lynn Lichte, who disappeared from Cape Girardeau Jan. 11, 1988; the death of the Southeast Missouri State University sophomore has been ruled an accidental drowning...
Today in History
(National News ~ 04/11/15)
Today is Saturday, April 11, the 101st day of 2015. There are 264 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 11, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln spoke to a crowd outside the White House, saying, "We meet this evening, not in sorrow, but in gladness of heart." (It was the last public address Lincoln would deliver.)...
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