- Authorities: Infant left in car, dies in Cape Girardeau County (8/13/18)
- New Cape clinic to help opioid addicts (8/18/18)1
- A new sheriff in town: Ruth Ann Dickerson takes over in interim role (8/14/18)1
- Trevor Blattner's passion away from the dentist's chair (8/18/18)
- Man arrested at restaurant after alleged shot fired in the area (8/16/18)2
- Appeal to Sikeston PD (8/17/18)
- Southeast to be pet-friendly in the fall (8/17/18)2
- Juden stepping down as Mo. public safety director (8/18/18)4
- Police: Stalking claim at Jackson park deemed misunderstood prank (8/14/18)
- Health officials studying church picnic as salmonella outbreak hits 50 (8/18/18)1
Who's neXt 12/27/12
Eads completes master's degree
Kendra Eads of Cape Girardeau completed a master's in social work at Saint Louis University. Eads is employed as director of the child advocacy center at Beacon Health Center.
Baker completes nurse practitioner degree
Lisa Baker completed a family nurse practitioner degree at Saint Louis University. Baker is employed with Beacon Health Center.
Scheibe to perform at Carnegie Hall
Nina Scheibe of Cape Girardeau will perform at Carnegie Hall on March 26. Scheibe plays bassoon for the University of Kansas wind ensemble, and will be performing "In the Shadow of No Towers" by Mohammed Fairouz.
Urhahn to march in Roses Parade
Jackson Urhahn of Bentonville, Ark., will march in the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif. Urhahn was selected for membership in the Music for All Bands of America Honor Band. Urhahn is the son of Brad and Leslee Urhahn of Bentonville, and the grandson of Gib and Elvira Urhahn of Jackson.
Welker makes honor roll
Avery J. Welker of Perryville, Mo., was named to the President's Honor Roll at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Mo., for the fall 2012 trimester. Welker maintained a 4.0 grade-point average.
-- From staff reports