Jackson bus routes
Rural Routes 2006-2007
Bus 3, Robert Smith (Brown Diamond)
Route begins at 6:22 a.m. on County Road 370, east on Highway 34, north on Route UU. North on County Road 351 turn around, Back to UU to County Road 354, west on 356, turn around, north on 354, west on 350 to Jones residence, Turn around. Left on 350, continue on 350 to south on 351. South on 351, returns east on Highway 72, to Millersville School. This bus picks students up in Seabaugh ACounty Roades subdivision that attend schools in Jackson. Then non-stop to Jackson Schools.
(Students living on 72 from Highway B to Lakeview ACounty Roades and attending Millersville School see Bus 20)
Bus 7, Jeff Thompson (Black Square)
This bus serves only Lamplighter Mobile Home Park. Leaves Transportation Center at 6:43 a.m.. Bus loads at 7:06 then off loads at South Elementary, high school, junior high and middle school.
Bus 6, Dorothy Eldracher (White Circle)
Route begins at 6:22 a.m. on County Road 383, south on County Road 383 to west on 384, turn around. East on County Road 381 south on State Highway U approximately 2 miles, turn around, north on State Highway U, west on County Road 371, return to north on Route U, west on County Road 370, turn around and back to State Highway 34, picking up students from State Highway U to State Highway OO.
To Millersville School, then to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 8, Kenny Mirly (Green Heart)
Route begins at Rumfelts on Hines Landing at 6:46. Return west on Route CC, south on 525, west on 524, Return to Route C, north on Route C to Route CC, return and go south on Route C to Pocahontas then onto Highway 61, making stops at Northland Hills, the firehouse, 6065 Highway 61, C & G Feed and Highway61 and County Road 540. Offload at North Elementary and then non-stop to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 9, Joe Nenninger (Green Triangle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:45. Route begins on Old Cape Road East at 6:58. Turn around just south of County Roadystal Springs Estates, south on 316, south on 319 making all stops to Route K. West on Route K, not picking up on route K. South on County Road 201, offload at Gordonville Attendance Center. Back to Highway 25 to County Road 316, back to Highway 25 and off load at schools. (This bus does not go to South Elementary) This route is reversed in afternoon.
Bus 11, Sue Long (Orange Circle)
Route begins on Highway 72 at 7:01. Left on Highway 34, making stops from Highway 72 to Little Ole Opry and turning around. South on 343, turn around, return to east on Highway 34, south on County Road 341, turn around, return on Highway 34 to east on 34/72. This bus picks up all students on Highway 72 from Highway 34 to Pioneer Orchard Drive Left onto Pioneer Orchard Drive stopping at Oak and Whetstone and Oak. This bus makes two stops only on West Lane Street at West Lane School and on West Lane in front of junior high for Orchard and Middle School students. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 12, Truman Petzoldt (Orange Heart)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:35. Route begins on County Road 439 at 6:49 north of FF. North to 440 and turn around. Back to FF picking up all students to Highway 61. North on 61 to Highway C, West on County Road 542. South on Highway 61, west on County Road 539 turn around. Back to south on 61 making stops to Highway C. on to Whispering Heights picking up all students. Offload at North Elementary and then non-stop to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 14, Joe Kight (Pink Square)
Route begins at 6:46 on County Road 607 turn around picking up students to Highway 177. Right on 177 to Bella Vista Lakes. Return to Highway 177, north on County Road 553, west on County Road 550, north on County Road 549, west on County Road 546, south on County Road 543 to Highway 177. Stop loading and to schools. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 15, Teresa Reisenbichler (Blue Square)
Route begins on County Road 525 at 6:58. East on 525, north on 535, (US Hill), turn around and return to 525 to Neelys Landing, making all stops on 177 from Neelys Landing to Route W, left on Route W stopping at Watch Me Grow Daycare picking up students attending schools in Jackson. Continues to North Elementary to offload students, then to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 16, Connie Thompson (Black Heart)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:00. Traveling all of Route PP to Carolina Oaks. In Carolina Oaks stopping at Carolina Place and White Sands, Carolina Place and Hiltonhead Drive, turning left on Hiltonhead Drive and stopping at the corner of Hiltonhead and Carolina Place. Returning to Route PP and continuing to Bellevue and Washington. (See Town Routes)
Bus No.17, Gary Daniel (Gray Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:55. The route begins at HillCounty Roadest Manor subdivision. Stops are in the following order Greenbrier Drive and West Forester Drive, Hillvale Drive and West Forester Drive, South Forester Drive and West Forester Drive, South Forrester Drive and Hillvale Drive, South Forrester Drive and Alpine Drive. Offloads at Gordonville School then non-stop to schools in Jackson. (This bus does not go to South Elementary)
Bus 18, Rick Smith (Green Square)
Route begins on County Road 324 at 6:45, continue on 324 to south on 337 turn around, east on 332, South on 327, east on Route Z, picking up on Route Z from 327 to Highway 25, North on highway 25, west on 325, west on Route Z to Gordonville Attendance Center. Return east on Route Z to north on Highway 25 making all stops on Highway 25 to County Road 316. Then to schools in Jackson.
(Students living on Highway 25 between County Road 316 and Jackson see Bus 26)
This route is reversed in the afternoon.
|Bus 20, Lisa Jarvis (Gray Heart)|
Route begins on 3242 County Road 472 at 6:28, west on 472,South on 42, east on 476, right on County Road 483 and turn around. Back to State Highway BB turn right making stops on BB stopping at County Road 478 and Highway BB then to left on County Road 471 and turn around. Back to Highway BB making stops from471 to State Highway B. Left on Highway B making stops and turning around at County Road 452. Return to Highway B to left on County Road 462 making stop on 462 and turn around. Return to Highway B, south on Route B picking up all students to Millersville Attendance Center. Transfers students attending schools in Jackson to Bus 61 Jennifer Schnurbusch. Then back to west on Highway 72, picking up all students from Lakeview ACounty Roades to Millersville Attendance Center. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 28, Alice Ahrens (Yellow Circle)
Route begins at home on County Road 373 at 6:48. East on Route OO, North on Route F where route begins at 6:50, east on 340 about 1 mile, turn around, north on 324 turn around, west 366, south on 365 and approximately 1 1/2 miles return on 365, west on 361 approximately 1 mile, return on 361 northwest on 361 one mile and return to 335.Turn left on Saddlebrook Ridge, with the bus stop at Saddlebrook Ridge & Cowboy Alley. Right to 330 and turn around; return on 335 to 328 to Old Toll Road, stop loading. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 30, Tom Little (Black Triangle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:25. Route begins at 5139 County Road 620 at 6:41. Northeast on Route W, left on Super Bowl Drive, continue to Linebacker Run and turn around. Return to Route W making all stops to County Road 614, west on County Road 614, North to 512 Aleut and turn around. Return to east on County Road 616, north on Route W to West on Route Y. Making all stops on Route Y to County Road 301 Stop Loading.
|Bus 32, Gary King (Black Circle)|
Route begins on Route Y just past Route W at 6:48. South on County Road 621, Oriole Road, east on 638 to Black Forest, goes past Black Forest and turns around. Return south on 645, right on County Road 642 stopping at Kelley Court. Continue to County Road 621 left on County Road 618. West on 618 picking up to overpass. Stop Loading and to schools.
Bus 35, Johnny Seabaugh (Green Diamond)
Route begins on Highway UU at 6:50, to Copper Lane. Left on County Road 351, turn around and return to Highway UU. Left on Highway 34 picking up from Highway UU to County Road 360, then on 363, south on 362, north on 361. East on Highway 34, picking up from County Road 360 to County Road 347, north on County Road 347, west on 346 to Highway 72. Stop loading, Back east on 72, Right on Country Lane, to Old Toll Road, North on West Vale Right on 72. This bus will also service Kiddie Kollege on Old Toll Road. Then to schools in Jackson.
|Bus 34, Esther Cook (Brown Triangle)|
Route begins at 6:35 at 7625 Highway 34, left on Route OO, right on 382, to Stoney Brook Lane, turn around, return right making stops on Highway OO to County Road 379, turn around making no stops on OO to Burfordville, and Stop loading. Students on Highway 34 see Bus 35. Left on County Road 349 making all stops to Highway 72. Unload at Millersville Attendance Center then non-stop to schools in Jackson.
Bus 38, Jim Stoverink (Brown Circle)
Route begins at 6:50 on County Road 605, making all stops, Return to Highway 177, left on 603 through to Route Y, right on Route W, left on County Road 601 picking up all students turn around. Left on Route W right on Jeffrey Drive, right on Melissa's Drive, right on Julie's Drive, left on Kyle Drive, right on Route W to North Elementary School. This route is reversed in afternoon.
Bus 43, Tammy Biri (Purple Triangle)
Route begins at 7:02 at Route W Mobile Home Court on Route W. Picking up all students, stops at A Street, C Street, and F Street in that order. This route reverses the streets stops in the afternoon.
Bus 44, Jane Oehl (Purple Heart)
Route begins at 1442 County Road 440 at 6:35. Return to Route D, west on 454, north on 454 to 453 and turn around. South on 453 to west on 454, south on 457, south on 458, east on 454, south on Route D, left on 442, west on 444, west on 459 & turning around, south on Route D, picking up right after Black Oak Trail, Country Lane and two stops before Broadridge Street.
Stop loading and to schools. This routes also serves County Road 442, 459, 460. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 45, Romona Marxer (Pink Circle)
Route begins at County Road 318 at 6:52. South on 318, left on 314 turning around at 313 and returning to 318. East on Route K to Parkwood Lake Estates, return west on Route K. goes to Gordonville Attendance Center and then to schools in Jackson. This bus does not go to South Elementary.
Bus 47, Kai Keller (Pink Triangle)
Leave Transportation Center at 6:45. Route begins on County Road 226 at 7:00, continue on to County Road 227. turn left on County Road 227, turning around at the dairy, right before Highway A, turn around, remain on County Road 227 till County Road 228. Right on County Road 228 picking up to State Highway 25. Right on Highway 25, turning around at 8319 Highway 25. Right on County Road 214, turning around at 445 County Road 214. Right on Highway 25 picking up all students to Route Z. Left into Shady Brook making stops. Return to Highway 25, left on Route Z to Gordonville Attendance Center. Back to Highway 25, not picking up, to schools in Jackson. (This bus does not stop at South Elementary.) This bus stops at Knox and Maple Street in the afternoon ONLY. Half of this route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 48, Melonie Reed (Pink Heart)
Route begins on North Farmington at 6:50. North on 436, west on 439 to FF, right on FF, left on 436 and turn around. Right on Larch Lane. Picking up at Weiss Mobile Park entrance. Continue right on Bavarian Ridge stopping at Hemlock and Bavarian Ridge and Holly Circle and Bavarian Ridge. Turn around and to school. Students living on Highway FF see Bus 12. Back to Larch Lane, turn right on Highway 61 and drop at schools.
Bus 51, Barbara County Roadeely (Gray Triangle)
Route begins on Highway OO at 6:39, to County Road 375 making stops. West on 376 turns around. South on Highway F to 5043 Highway F and turns around. North on Highway F to Cheshire Lane, turns around. East on Route Z. South on County Road 233 turns around. Back to Route Z, east on Route Z. South on 231 east on 222 to Route Z. The route goes to Gordonville Attendance Center and then non-stop to schools in Jackson.
|Bus 52, Larry Woods (Gray Circle)|
Route begins at 6:43 on 404 County Road 544, south on 543 and turn around, north on 543, east on 532. Return to west on County Road 522, turn around and return to County Road 532, to west on County Road 525, South on County Road 553, stop loading and to schools. (Students living on County Road 543 south of County Road 546 see Bus 14)
Bus 57, Wade Hoffman (Gold Heart)
Route begins on Route C at 6:31. West on County Road 517, south on 516, west on Highway CC, north on 518 and turn around. East on Highway CC, to Highway C (to the Perry County line) Turn around. West on 513, north on 512, turn around. Continue south on 512 to Highway CC. Take Highway CC south to 522 and turn around. Back to Highway CC to Highway 61 south, picking up students from Highway CC to County Road 542. West on Highway E, turn around. On to North Elementary to offload students, then to schools in Jackson.
Bus 59, Tracy Welker (Gold Triangle)
Route begins on Harmony Lane, (435) at 7:00. North on 435 to FF, east on FF not picking up (See Bus 12) south on outer road to Mulberry Mobile Court, loading at Cavalier & Walnut, Cottonwood & Walnut. South on Highway 61, and offload students to schools in Jackson.
Bus 61, Jennifer Schnurbusch (Black Diamond)
Route begins at 6:55 on Highway 34/72, then right on County Road 469. Right on County Road 468, right on County Road 465 left on County Road 450 turn around. Back to County Road 465 left on 465 making all stops to Highway 72. West on Highway 72 left into Lakeview Acres making 4 stops, one between Highway 72 & Evelyn Lane, corner of Evelyn Lane, corner of Lyndon Road, and corner of Tonya Drive. Meets Bus 20, Lisa Jarvis, for transfer of students. Bus 61 to schools in Jackson and Bus 20 for Millersville students. Bus 61 makes stop on Highway 72 to junction of Highway 34.
Bus 66, Daniel Cook (Orange Triangle)
Route begins at 6:50 on Larch Lane at Stoneybrook north of Route FF. North on Larch Lane to County Road 434, to 436 picking up students to FF. East on FF, north on outer road, east on County Road 533 to Highway 61, south on Highway 61 making all stops to County Road 541. East on 541 then turn around left on Arbor Circle, right on Highway 177, left on 61, left on Choctow Lane, left on Chochise Lane, back to North on Highway 61 to North Elementary then to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Bus 67, Winnie Adams (Red Square)
Route begins at Highway 72 at 7:00, left on County Road 485 turn around and return to Highway 72. West on County Road 352, return to Highway 72, north on 481. Return to Highway 72, through Millersville on Market St. and return to Highway 72 to Millersville school. Offload at Millersville School. Picking up all students on Highway 72 from Millersville to Seabaugh ACounty Roades (excluding Seabaugh Acres -- see bus 3) Then to schools in Jackson. This route is reversed in the afternoon.
Town Routes 2006-2007
|Bus No.16, Connie Thompson (Black Heart)|
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:00. Route begins on Route PP at 7:09. Returning to Bellevue and Washington at 7:23. On to North Neal Street at Morton, east on Morton, south on Donald, east on East Main, north on Tracy, west on Woodland Drive. Stop loading and to schools. This bus does not serve South Elementary.
Bus 22, David Thompson (Red Triangle)
Route begins at 1506 Old Cape Road at 7:09, left on Bainbridge making all stops to the overpass. Right on County Road 307, making all stops back to Jackson Blvd. Stop loading and offload students at school.
Bus 23, Donna Daniel (Orange Square)
Leave Transportation Center at 6:58. Route begins at 3099 E. Main at 7:08. Left On Oak Hill Road, right on Eastwood Drive, left on Hillwood Lane, left on Ridge Road, left on Oak Hill, right on Oak Ridge Drive, left on Vail Drive, right on Breckenridge, left on Hidden Meadows Drive, right on East Main and to schools.
Bus 25, David Turner (Blue Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:55, Route begins on Gerald Street at 7:05, left on Rosamund, right on East Jackson Bloulevard. Right on Michael-Anna, right on Corinne, Right on Old Cape Road, left on Shawnee (not picking up students on Shawnee), left on Bel-Air, right on Crestwood, left on Anna, left on Lyndhurst, right on Lamar, right on Kies Avenue, left on East Adams, left on South Neal. Right on East Jefferson, right on Bellevue, left on East Adams to apartments. Right on South Maryland, left on East Main, left on Ohio, left on Jefferson, right on Old Cape Road to right on Georgia and right on Monroe. Left on North Hope to South Elementary.
Bus 26, Charles Ahrens (Green Circle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:51, Route begins on South Hope St. at 6:59, left on Lake Street, right on Berchman, left on Highland, right on Cherokee, right on Apache, left on Crow, left on Royal, right on Shady Lane, left on Jackson Trail to South Hope Street. South on South Hope, making all stops to entrance to Grandview Acres, right into Grandview Acres, right on Edgewood Road, left on Hillside Drive, left on Sunset Lane, left on Timber, left on Edgewood Road, right on Grandview Drive back around south on South Hope, stopping at Quail Creek Drive and Sunset Ridge Drive. Turning around then four stops between County Road 316 and Titanium Lane. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 27, Butch Schneider (Red Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:07. Route begins on 819 North Farmington Road at 7:10. Right on Dorothy, right on Alvin, right on Dorothy, right on North Farmington Road stopping at Farmington and Brown Street, left on Oak (not picking up, see Bus 36) left on Morgan, right on Randy, right on Union, left on Parkview Street, left on Elm. left on Oak Street, right on Russell, left on Cherry Street, right on Russell, left on West Washington Street, left on North High Street left on Park Street, left on Russell, left on Mary Street, right on Missouri Street.
Bus 29, Zelda Parker (White Heart)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:05 with first stop on Mary Street between North High Street and Hope Street at 7:09. North on Hope Street, east on Greensferry Road, south on Eastview Court, making all stops, east on Emma, north on August, east on Odus. Turn around at Litz Park. Back to west on Greensferry Road, south on Maryland, west on Emma, north on Georgia, west on Greensferry Road, south on Hope. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 31, Simon Ebenstein (White Triangle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:50. Route begins 1003 East Jackson Boulevard at 6:59. On East Jackson Boulevard, south on Kimbel Lane, to Warren Lake Drive, left on Mohawk Street and turn around. Back to Kimbel Lane, east on Country Club, northeast on Greenway, east on East Jackson Boulevard, Making all stops on south side (door side) south into Annwood, stopping on Brittany at Nicole Lane, south on Brittany to Leming Lane, stop at Leming, east on Leming stopping at Dana, north on Nicole, north on Brittany and east on East Jackson Boulevard. Stopping at Old Cape Road Circle. On Jackson Boulevard making stops on north side (door side), northwest on Old Cape Road, left on Gloria, left on Clover, right on East Jackson Boulevard, right on Gloria, left on Old Cape Road, right on Smith Trail left on Trail Ridge, left on Whitney Jean Drive, left on Drew, right on Old Cape Road, right on Donna, west on Otto Drive, pick up on Otto Drive to Donna Drive, left on Old Cape Road, right on Donna, right on Jackson Boulevard, left on S. Hope to South Elementary School.
Bus 33, Starla Colman (Blue Circle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:00. Route begins at 855 Strawberry at 7:03. South on Strawberry lane, west on Nell Green, around to south on Pecan, south on Connie, east on Strawberry Lane back to Route D. North on Highway 61 to east on Route Y. South on County Road 301 stopping at Green Ridge Lane and Green Trail Drive. Left on County Road 302 to Tolbert Drive, turns around and back to right on right on Mark, left on John Street, left on Matt then to Greensferry Road making all stops to Francis Drive and to school.
Bus 36, Joy Pulliam (Blue Triangle)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:55. Route begins at 408 Knox Street at 7:03. Left on Missouri., left on Adams, left on South Union. Turn right on Dallas, making stop on Dallas to Farmington. Turn right on Farmington and stopping at the corner of Farmington and Adams, then at Farmington & West Main. Left on Oak, left on Bast Street, left on West Main, continue on West Main making stop at West Main and Morgan. Turn left on South Union and left on Washington, stopping at Washington and Morgan, Washington and Farmington. Turn left on Farmington, right on Main Street, right on Elmwood. Turn right on Oak Street, stopping at Oak Street and Henderson. Turn left on Henderson Street, stopping at Henderson and Priest, turn left on Priest, turn left on Elmwood Boulevard. Turn right on Oak Street, left on East Lane, left on Rolling Fields Drive, stopping at Rolling Fields Drive and Deal Court, Rolling Fields Drive and Ashbury Court. Turn left on Normandy Lane, stopping in the middle of Normandy. Turn right on East Lane, left on Oak Street, right on Broadridge, stopping in between Oak Street and Orchard Drive. Turn right on Orchard Drive, stopping at Orchard Drive and Willow Bend Drive, Orchard Drive and Spring View Drive. Stop loading and to schools. (Students living on West Adams see Bus 60)
Bus 41, Judy McCormick (Purple Square)
Route begins at 7:05 on West Lane north of Orchard Drive, right on Alpine, picking up at West Lane and Alpine, and Alpine and Aaron. North on Broadridge, left on North Farmington and back to W. Independence. Right on Primrose, around to Briarwood, back to East on West Independence, left on Rosebud, around to Tanglewood, right on Bramblewood, right on Boxwood Drive, left on RedBud Street, right on Lilac Lane, around to Greenleaf Avenue, left on Redbud Street, right on Bramblewood Drive and back to Tanglewood east on West Independence, then to Small World II. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 42 (Purple Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:50. Route begins at 3184 North High Street at 7:00, then to Curious Kids Daycare, turn around then to right on outer road. On Highway 61 making stops at Wills Drive, Sapphire Lane, Spring Lake Estates, 3896 North High, Godwin Drive, Tavy, Grand Fir. Continue on to left on Sunset right on Brookview stopping at corner of Brookview and Goodson, left on Patty, right on Francis Drive making stops at Douglas and Francis, Shawn and Francis, and midway between Shawn and Greensferry Road. Stop loading and to schools. This route is reversed in the afternoon. This route will service Mulberry Acres in the afternoon transporting Middle School students only.
Bus 49, Sue Zoll (Pink Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:10. Route begins on East Main at Bellevue at 7:16, picking up all students from Bellevue to Shawnee Boulevard, South on Shawnee Boulevard, making all stops to Old Cape Road. West on Old Cape making all stops on Old Cape from Shawnee to Michael Anna and stop loading. This bus does not pick up for Archway Apartments. (see Bus 54)
Bus 53, Sarah Turnbow (Gray Square)
Route begins at 7:10 at Lacey Street and Stotler Way then to Lacey and Braun, Right on Ridgeway Drive to the corner of Stotler Way and Ridgeway, continue on Ridgeway to Mansfield, left on Diana and left on Ridge Road. Left on Mulberry Street, right on Sycamore, right on Cedar. Left on Shawnee making all stops to E. Main. Stop loading then to, South Elementary, high school, junior high and Middle School.
Bus 54, Darlene McLemore (Gold Circle)
Begins at 7:15 at Archway Apartments, then to Just Kids on East Main, Tendercare, and Just Kids on Rosamund. This bus is assigned to a shuttle run from West Lane Elementary to South Elementary for special needs students as needed.
Bus 55, Linda Putz, (Gold Square)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:50. Route begins at 2233 Ridge Road at 7:00, making stop on Ridge Road to Watson Drive. Left on Watson Drive to Litz Boulevard, right on Litz Boulevard, left on Lakewoods Drive, right on Ridge Road. Left on Mulberry, (just before Fairway Estates) making stops at Par Circle and Mulberry and one stop at Mulberry and Eagle, right on Eagle Drive making one stop at the corner of Bunker. Continue on Eagle to the corner of Wedge Lane and Eagle making a stop. Continue on Eagle to Birdie Lane, making one stop. Continue on Eagle making one stop in the middle of the block. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 58, Roger Langston (Gold Diamond)
Leaves Transportation Center at 6:55. Route begins at 7:05, at 1341 Donna Lynn, left on Oakwood, left on Deerwood, Return to Greensferry Road, east on Clark Street, stopping on Clark, Clark and Hannah, Hannah and Jessica and Jessica and Rebecca and return to Greensferry Road. Stopping on Greensferry to Olive, right on Olive stopping at the corner of Olive and Forest, left on Independence making all stops to High Street. Stop loading and to schools.
Bus 60, Cindy Thompson (Brown Square)
Leaves Transportation Center at 7:03 Route begins on West Jackson Boulevard at 7:05. Right on West vale, left on Old Toll Road to right on West Jackson Boulevard. Stops on West Jackson Boulevard to right on Westbrook Lane, around on Carolyn Drive, left on Hillcrest Drive, left on Cathy Drive and east on West Jackson Boulevard, left on West Main Street, turning right on South Bast to the corner of West Adams. Student living on West Adam between South Bast and West Jackson Boulevard will need to load at the corner of West Adams and South Bast. Left on West Adams, south on Daisy, east on Dallas, north on Union, east on Adams, north on Missouri, to West Main, east on Main, north on Georgia, east on Kate, north on Maryland, west on Florence, south on North Hope, west on West Jefferson and to schools.
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Cape Council defends decision to hire consultant for aquatic projectCape Girardeau City Council members defended their decision Monday to hire a second consultant to plan for a new, indoor aquatic center. Ward 1 Councilman Daniel Presson said “people get tired” of hearing about the city hiring consultants. Ward 5...
Jackson Aldermen approve medical-marijuana zoning, move forward on sewer extensionZoning for medical-marijuana businesses in Jackson was approved Monday night by the city's Board of Aldermen, but only after two Jackson residents asked the aldermen that the buffer zone between those businesses and any existing schools, churches...
Most read 7/15/19Business Notebook: Coming to Cape: Custom cutlery, flavorful food, health-care hackingAside from Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus, there hasn't been a great deal of development along Morgan Oak Street in the past decade or so. Once a heavily-traveled avenue that led to the old Mississippi River bridge, Morgan Oak...
Local News 7/15/19Waterlogged East Cape bracing for remnants of Tropical Depression BarryThe remnants of Tropical Depression Barry will bring heavy rain to parts of Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois from Monday morning through Tuesday evening, according to a Sunday afternoon alert from the National Weather Service. The alert...
Most read 7/13/19MoDOT changes course on center junction closureMissouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) engineers have shifted gears and now are looking to keep traffic flowing on U.S. 61 during construction of an Interstate 55 interchange between Cape Girardeau and Jackson. MoDOT officials, including...
Most read 7/13/19Saint Francis to forbid physicians from medical marijuana certification; SoutheastHEALTH 'exploring' subjectCiting a federal prohibition against marijuana, Saint Francis Healthcare System says it will not allow its affiliated physicians to become certified to prescribe medical cannabis. Meanwhile, SoutheastHEALTH is exploring the issue as health care...