Scott City students' efforts are adding up
Students at the Scott City School District have raised nearly $100,000 over the years to benefit the patients of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital by participating in the annual Math-A-Thon fundraiser. And during the next few weeks, elementary students will be doing their part to make sure that amount keeps climbing...
Scott City may be underequipped for snowfall
Snow was a main topic of concern during Scott City's city council meeting Monday night. The city has three snowplows and a sand spreader. But with the spreader being repaired, city employees will be underequipped if Scott City gets the four to six inches of snow the National Weather Forecast in Paducah, Kentucky, is forecasting for Wednesday...
Scott City saferoom, theater almost complete
Theater and art students in the Scott City School District soon will have a place to call their own. A Federal Emergency Management Agency safe room, which also serves as a theater and art gallery, is nearing completion at the school, superintendent Diann Ulmer said Tuesday...
Scott City may form a local Boys and Girls Club
Members of the Scott City community are coming together in an effort to bring a Boys and Girls Club. The Boys and Girls club is an after-school program that helps children with their school work, feeds them and allows children to interact and participate in activities with their peers...
Scott City School Board to review improvement plan, graduation requirements
The Scott City School Board on Wednesday will review and discuss an updated comprehensive school improvement plan and proposed graduation requirements for the district. Beth Cox, president of the board, said a committee that includes teachers, parents, board members and other residents looks for improvements that could be made to the plan...
Bids for Scott City turn lane begin in March
Come March, long-anticipated plans of adding a center turn lane to Main Street in Scott City will become reality. David Wyman, an engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation, said the engineering plans are under final review. After a bidding process, he said they will be available for the winning contractor to begin construction...
Scott City council discusses joint 911 call center with Sikeston
At Tuesday night's Scott City City Council meeting the main topics of discussion centered around the possibility of working regionally with other police departments to begin a 911 call center, street improvements and cleaning the city cemetery. City administrator Ron Eskew brought to the council the possibility of working with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety on a 911 control center. He said Scott County Presiding Commissioner Jamie Burger approached him about the idea...
Scott City board joins in opposition to Amendment 3
The Scott City board of education joined several other area panels Wednesday night in passing a resolution opposing Amendment 3. The initiative on the Nov. 4 general election ballot would, among other things, tie teacher evaluations to student performance...
pink knockout roses
Little Wee Miss Scott City Summerfest
Avery Zeigler won the The Wee Little Miss Summerfest in Scott City. She is the 3-year-old daughter of Michael and Ashley Zeigler.
Scott City School Board to discuss $2M safe room project
Plans for a groundbreaking ceremony for a performing arts theater/Federal Emergency Management Agency safe room will be discussed during the Scott City School District's board meeting today. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 to 7 p.m. because of the baseball district tournament in Charleston, Missouri...
3 baby robins in my rose bush in Scott City
baby robins in my rose bush in Scott City
Local Authors to Hold Book Signing
Local authors, Catherine Stovall and Samantha Ketteman, will host book signings at three locations throughout Southern Illinois on May 17, 2014. The book tour will begin at 8 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m. Ketteman and Stovall will be appearing at Latta Java in Marion, IL from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m., The Buzz in Benton, IL from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m, and Dogwood Ridge, in West Frankfort, IL from 2:30 p.m. until 5 p.m...
Flowering Viburnum Bush
Bush at southeast side of my house.
Spencer relaxing his chin on the counter.
Mau relaxing after a long day.
Mau relaxing on a gloomy day.
Mau likes to take a selfie every once in a while.
Scott City Student in BFA Exhibition at Memphis College of Art
Scott City Student in BFA Exhibition at Memphis College of Art Scott City student Olivia Miles will participate in the Memphis College of Art Spring 2014 BFA Exhibition, which will take place in the Main Gallery of Rust Hall, 1930 Poplar Ave., Overton Park...
Scott City R-1 School District Kindergarten Screening/Registration
The Scott City R-1 School District will be hosting Kindergarten Registration and Screening at Eisleben Lutheran Church (located at 432 Lutheran Lane in Scott City) on April 3rd and 4th for all children who will be attending Kindergarten for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. ...
Organs of late Scott City teen given to five people
Dominic "Dom" Hooper wouldn't let anyone walk by without flashing them a smile, said his mother, Sara Snider, and he wouldn't have thought twice of donating an organ to help someone. That's just how he was. "I know he'd do anything for anybody, wouldn't matter what it is," Snider said Wednesday. "He's just a good kid."...
HAVCO Employees Donate $1,983 to Dig for Life
HAVCO Wood Products, LLC., of Scott City raised $1,983 for Dig for Life, Saint Francis Medical Center's program that provides free mammograms for local women who otherwise could not afford them. Nearly 450 employees purchased pink T-shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and selected Dig for Life as the recipient...
Milo's First Valentine's Day
Milo is a 4 month old Yorkie and he is not overly excited about Valentine's Day!
Spencer & Mau
The boys looking out the door at all of the snow.
No injuries from semi crash in Scott City
The scene is now clear after a tractor trailer accident Monday morning on Main Street in Scott City. The Scott City Police Department said the tractor-trailer ran off the road at 6:55 a.m. near Miller Drywall taking the heavily traveled road down to one lane as people were heading to work...
Mau and Spencer sitting pretty for the camera.
Mau passed out, he had too much fun on New Year's Eve.
The rice krispy train we decorated for Christmas.
Cheesin' Real Big
Mau smiles big for the camera.
Is there a present under here for me??
Millie looking under the tree for her present from Santa
Mau smiles for the camera on this wonderful day. He loves the holidays.
Best seat in the house to spy on Santa
Lucky getting the best seat in the house to get a glimpse at santa
Waiting on Santa
Millie taking a nap under the Christmas tree while waiting on santa
Malcom creeping through the flowers.
Mau snoozing away on a snow day.
Tree Filled with Snow
A tree in Scott City filled with snow.
This tree looks beautiful with snow on it.
Pretty Snowy Trees
These types of trees look so pretty with snow on them.
Frozen Leaves & Tree Branches
Icicles hanging from leaves and tree branches.
Frozen snow on a pine tree.
The Lonely Tree
The lonely, snowy tree.
Icy roads and a pretty sky.
Malcom stranded out in the snow.
The longest icicle measured 65 inches.
MBCH Board Room Named for Kathy Carpenter and Bett
Missouri Baptist Children's Home has named the Board Room in the Blake Administration Building the "Carpenter/Cox Board Room" in memory of Kathy Carpenter and in honor of Betty Cox. These ladies have continued the long history of female leadership of Missouri Baptist Children's Home. A dedication service for the Carpenter/Cox Board Room was held on October 7...
Scott City OKs new evaluation system for teachers
With approval from the school board Wednesday night, the Scott City School District will have a new teacher evaluation system starting next fall. The Network for Educator Effectiveness system, as it is called, is a collaborative effort of two auxiliary units of the College of Education at the University of Missouri -- the Heart of Missouri Regional Professional Development Center and the Assessment Resource Center, according to the MU website...
Solar Lights & Red Plants
Located in The Children's Friendship Garden at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Bridge Over Peaceful Water
Located in The Children's Friendship Garden at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Pretty waterfall surrounded by big stones in The Children's Friendship Garden at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Children's Friendship Garden
The Children's Friendship Garden located outside of the Pediatric floor at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Pumpkins and a yellow mum for fall.
Enjoying the Fall Weather
Spencer laying in the leaves.
Lone Fallen Leaf
Last leaves of fall before winter comes.
Spencer adding to the fall décor on the front porch.
Peeping through the flowers.
2nd Annual Benton Boomland Car/Motorcycle Show
Reeves Boomland in Benton, MO will be hosting the 2nd Annual Benton Boomland Christmas Car/Motorcycle Show 2013, Saturday, November 9th from 9 am to 3 pm. The car show will have a $15 entry fee with the proceeds going to Toys for Tots. Toys for Tots, which is sponsored by the Marine Corps., serves around 1500 kids locally. Marines will be on hand to take any donations. It is free to the public with toy donations accepted...
Kobe Hann of Scott City 11 years old shot his first deer in Bollinger County during the 2013 Youth Hunting Season
Gage Underwood 10 Years old along with his PaPa Rock shot his very first deer, an 8 point buck, in Bollinger County during the 2013 Youth Deer Hunting Season.
Rise and Shine
After a late night, an early rising for anyone isn't easy. It's especially difficult when we are 100% NOT morning lovers. However, on the rare occasion that we can force ourselves to escape from the warm covers, we can witness something truly breathtaking. That's what I tried to capture in this picture. I'm no morning person, but after seeing this for myself this morning, I might just learn to be...
A Bug's Eye View
It was hard to not be completely covered in lady bugs when taking this picture, but well worth it.
The Beauty of Fall Colors
It's a rare occasion when a Southeast Missouri plant begins to look tropical.
Nelson receives House Resolution
James Nelson, retired teacher/principal of Jackson High School was honored on Sept. 28 at the Jackson High School class of 1953 60 reunion banquet held at the Jackson Senior Center. Nelson is the sole surviving teacher from the class of 1953. He received a Missouri House Resolution from State Representative Donna Lichtenegger, recognizing his lifetime achievements. The resolution was presented by Shirley Young, mistress of ceremonies...
Less is more for SC's Miller
Boys generally grow into offensive tackles. But in the case of Scott City senior Austin Miller, he had to downsize to become one. The 284-pound right tackle has turned back the hand of the scale in his four years at Scott City and earned a starting job on the offensive line for the first time...
Ava,cat in the box
You have heard on Cat in the Hat, well Ava is Cat in the box
Kristin at Lazy L Safari
Favorite thing at Lazy L Safari are the baby billy goats.
Millie loves to lay on her back either sleeping or watching tv. Millie is a rescue for humane society in Cape Girardeau.
Rusty had an exhausting day after being adopted from the Humane Society in Cape Girardeau. This was the ride home.
Jessie Golden Retreiver is always ready to play ball.
My brothers dog,Jessie, Golden Retrevier
Millie taking a nap
Millie rescued for Humane Society in Cape Girardeau
Millie and Ava
Millie 7yrs old, rescued for Humane Society and Ava, 8yrs old resuced for Jackson Safe Harbor
Lucky stretching and trying to wake up
Lucky,13yr old rescue. Stretching and trying to wake up.
Dragon fly on hot summer day
Millie,7yr old,rescued from the Humane Society in Cape Girardeau.
Dead woman's son allegedly threatened her husband with machete
Five days after a Scott City woman died, her son was charged with threatening her husband with a machete. Neil N. Howland Jr., 25, is in Scott County Jail facing charges of unlawful use of a weapon and third-degree assault in connection with a May 19 incident in which he is accused of threatening his stepfather with a machete...
Anne Smith Day
This Saturday is Anne Smith Messy Day at Scott City Park, 10:00am to 1:00. This is a free day for the kids, tons of fun! It is FREE!!! The first 100 kids under 13 will receive a free t-shirt. Plan on your kids getting dirty and having a blast!!! This day is in honor of my wonderful mother-in-law who wanted something for kids to do in this town....She passed away two years ago and this day is in her honor. ...
We see this doe regularly passing in front of our house. This time the doe's fawn came and nursed for several minutes.
Our son Alex put his camo hat on our little Pomchi and turned him into a turtle dog.
Scott City All Stars take 1st place
The Scott City All Star Team recently took 1st place in the Advance 8U Baseball Tournament. They finished the tournament with a record of 6-1. Front row: Jaeden Hall, Lane Holder, Chevy Cowell, Luke Holder, Tyson Underwood . Middle row: Matthew Jenkins, Colin Blalock, Cole Hobeck, Devin Keller, Tyler Braun, Chase Venable...
Monola Senn's 99th Birthday
Monola (Maggie) Senn celebrated her 99th birthday on June 29th at Scott City Park. In attendance were her 5 children: Mildred Stull of St. Peters, Doris (David) Crites of Columbia, Verna Anyan of Silex, Larry (Pearl) Senn of Scott City and Gary (Toni) Senn of Scott City. Also in attendance were her 17 grandchildren, her 32 great grandchildren and her 16 great-great grandchildren. Maggie is known for her hand-crafted quilts. She is a member of Illmo Baptist Church...
Spencer and Mau, brothers for life.
6 / 26 / 13
The orange looking sky the night of June 26, 2013.
6 / 26 / 13
The yellow sky with wicked looking clouds the night of the big storm on June 26, 2013.
6 / 26 / 13
I don't know if it's just me, but I see a face in the sky made out of clouds. This picture was taken the night of the really bad storm on June 26, 2013.
Trying to Hide
Spencer likes to climb in trees.
1st Place Tractor Pull
New Hamburg Picnic July 13, Kendall Burger won 1st place in her weight class in the tractor pull
Beautiful Summer Day
This is a photo of Cape Bridge. I took this a couple weeks ago.
Mau smiling away at the camera.
For "Pet of the Week" section
Names: Jack and Gene
Favorite Activities: Snuggling together at bedtime and chasing each other around the house during the day.
Spencer being lazy in the sun.
A giraffe posing for the camera.
A lion napping in the summer sun.
2 of the many penguins at Forest Park.
Zebras grazing in the summer heat at Forest Park.
Sunset on a hot summer evening.
Public Event at Benchmark Healthcare, June 1-3
Life is meant to be celebrated, no matter what your age and Benchmark Healthcare of Ramsey Creek , located conveniently at 28601 US Highway 61 in Scott City, invites the community to take part in its first ever Celebration of Life, June 1-3. Activities for 'kids' of all ages will be featured, including a craft fair, a tasty fish fry, a Little Miss and Mr. Benchmark Ramsey Creek and more...
Boomland Cruzin for St. Jude's Car Show 2013
Reeves Boomland in Charleston, MO will be hosting the Boomland Cruzin for St. Jude's Car Show 2013 Saturday, April 20th from 9 am to 3 pm. Over 100 trophies will be awarded with the categories of 1900-1931, 1932-1975, and 1976-Present along with five special trophies. ...
Mau being nosey.
Ganging Up on a Bug
Spencer and Mau having fun with a bug.
3 / 24 / 13
Late night snow.
Spencer enjoying the day out in the sun.
Mau's Hiding Place
This is his favorite place to hide.. in an underground tunnel.
Mutley was my husbands Christmas present. He is an amazing little dog. He has been know to pick up radio stations all around the world with those ears.
All 6 grandchildren of Robin and Nancy Burger of New Hamburg cheered the MIZZOU tigers on to a victory on Saturday February 9th.
Luke Benson,Alex,Rocky,Riley,Kole and Kendall Burger
Chaffee holds off Scott City for third in S-MC
By JOHN UNTERREINER ~ Southeast Missourian MORLEY, Mo. -- The Chaffee Red Devils built a momentum-filled 13-point lead against Scott City in the third-place game of the Scott-Mississippi Conference boy basketball tournament Friday night. The Red Devils (11-7) narrowly held on from there...
A Snowy South County Park
The South County Park got its fair share of snow the day after Christmas
Mau and Spencer pose for the camera.
Caught in the Act
Mau laying by my Christmas tree while Spencer plays with the ornaments on it.
The trees covered in snow on Gordonville Rd.
Cape County Memorial Park
The Cape County Memorial Park covered in snow from the blizzard.
I took this photo outside of my house in Scott City and loved the way the snow became the center focus with the tree in the background as a nice touch.
Mau likes to be nosey and stick his nose in the camera lens
A snowy tree on December 26, 2012.
Chloe loves playing with the cat, eating paper, escaping her kennel, and most importantly, loving her family.
Wm Paul Young author of the Shack in Scott City
Rebecca Allen wrote a story but no one was there to take a picture. Wm. Paul Young was signing books at the First Assembly of God Church in Scott City. It looked like Christian Author night in Scott City. That night Stan Crader was on hand, the Marble Hill based author of 3 local books and so was Debbie Anderson another local author...
Wm Paul Young NY Times Bestseller in Scott City
Today Paul Young came to Scott City and spoke at the Scott City School for an Assembly. The bleachers were packed as the High School and Middle School listened to Paul share his life story as a missionary son and ups and downs in his life. He spoke on the events that led up to him righting the book as a Christmas gift for his children. ...
Wm Paul Young
Wm. Paul Young speaking at Scott City School assembly Friday 11/30/12 Paul is the author of the Shack, it was an all time best seller and he came to Scott City to speak to the school and sign his newest NY Times Best selling book called Cross Roads.
Wm Paul Young
Paul Young author of the Shack and Cross Roads at Scott City School Assembly this is the full bleachers listening to him. Friday 11/30/12. Paul is on a nationwide tour, he took time out to come to Scott City. Shack one of the all time best sellers and Cross Roads was just released and is already top ten NY Times...
Wm. Paul Young Coming to Scott City
Wm. Paul Young, Christian author will be at Scott City First Assembly of God signing his new book Cross Roads. Hachette Publishing is flying him into Cape Girardeau Regional Airport Friday Nov. 30th. He will be speaking at Scott City Schools and then coming to the church located on 312 Dearborn to sign his new book from 6 -8 pm...
Boomland Car Show Proceeds to go to Toys for Tots
Reeves Boomland in Benton, MO will be hosting a Christmas Open House Saturday, December 8th and Sunday, December 9th from 9 am to 3 pm. Saturday will consist of the Boomland Christmas Car Show. The car show will have a $15 entry fee with the proceeds going to Toys for Tots. ...
Scott City Sunrise
Monday morning sunrise in Scott City.
Six generation picture starting with Juanita Carlton, 98, then her daughter Patricia Kelsey, 79, and then Patricia's daughter Vicki Moore, 61, next her son Ryan Fisher, 41, then Ryan's daughter, Amber Fisher, 19, finally all the way down to Blake Ryan Fisher, 6 weeks old...
Chase with his 6 point buck
Chase Welch went on his first youth hunt with his dad. And he tagged a 6 point buck.
Bath Time for Spencer
It's hard to believe that my cat likes to take baths.
Slow Cook Cat?
Our silly cat Chigger....Think he was cold or trying to tell us he was hungry?
New Additions to the Family
Pearl and Smoke.
The Return of Batman
The shadow of Batman.
Breast Cancer Awarness Month
The Bill Emerson Bridge lit up in pink.
While camping at Lake Wappapello, we saw this Hawk swoop down and catch this squirrel on the run. I couldn't believe how close he let me get. He wasn't about to give up his Dinner!
Tree snapped from strong winds
Such a pretty boy.
The runt out of the bunch.
Mau posing for the camera.
Chillin' on a Dirt Road
The long and winding road.
Down a Country Road
A view to the sky through the trees.
September 6, 2012
Clouds rolling in before the storm.
Spencer and Mau laying in the sun after a day of playing.
PPAI Recognizes Mary Ann Farmer, MAS
Indianapolis, IN., (July 24, 2012) -- Promotional Products Association International (PPAI; ppai.org), the not-for-profit association for more than 10,600 members of the $17.7 billion promotional products industry, recognized Mary Ann Farmer, MAS, as the 2012 PPAI Woman of Achievement award recipient during the opening ceremony at PPAI's Women's Leadership Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. ...
A laugh silenced.
Two bright eyes, closed forever.
A heart of gold beats no more.
Wisdom beyond your years and love for everyone around you.
Be at peace my friend, I will always love you.
Enjoyed a visit to the Cape Girardeau river front to see the American Queen paddle wheel boat that travels the Mississippi River.
Although it was a very hot day it was great to see such a beautiful historical boat.
Urban Jungle Cat
This the elusive urban jungle cat, also know as D.C. captured in the monkey grass during his morning play time. Shortly after this photo was taken, a leaf from a yucca plant was viciously attacked and left to dry in the sun. Victorious, the urban jungle cat retired to the shade of the patio and remained there until late in the day avoiding anything that required effort, except eating...
Hi I am Lily Bug. My mommy adopted me a few months ago and I am so happy! I love to play on the bed and play peek-a-boo with my daddys coat. When I am not playing peek-a-boo, I love to play hide-n-seek and cuddle on my mommys lap.
Best Dad Ever!
Happy Father's Day Scooter! Thank you for helping me accomplish my goals!
Scott City Summer Fest
Evie Wiley was crowned Tiny Miss Summerfest Queen Friday June 1st in Scott City.She is the daughter of Donnie and Lyndsey Wiley of Scott City.
Reading for Rescues Pet Food Drive
Scott City, MO 06/3/2012 -- Local author, Catherine Stovall, Images Vinyl Lettering and Graphics, Busch Pet Products, JDS Mechanical, Bob's Food Liner, and many other local businesses will host Reading for Rescues pet food and supply drive on June 23rd. The drive will be held from 9 am to 3 pm at Scott City, MO Plaza. All donations will help provide Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, a no kill shelter in Jackson, MO, with supplies needed to help care for homeless pets until adopted by a loving family...
This is "D.C" again. D.C. (Dad's Cat) adopted my father last year. D.C. enjoys playing in the monkey grass, laying around on the patio and following my father everywhere he goes. This photo was taken while my father was raking up some straw that covered an area of new grass, the cat decided to lay down on the pile while my father continued to rake it up. D.C. was quite content to stay in the pile for several minutes...
Buchheit Trucking Service Trucking Service
Saturday, May 5 Buchheit Trucking Service had our first Trucking Rodeo at our Scott City Location. We had 6 drivers that participated. The drivers had a series of tests they had to perform for points and the driver with the most points won the competition. In order to participate drivers had to have been with our company for at least 12 months, worked 11 of those months, and been accident free for all 12 months...
Tony E. and Viola Statler Scholarship Awarded
On May 3, 2012, Myriah Miller, daughter of Tommy and Sonya Miller and granddaughter of Gene and Faye Thompson, of Scott City was selected to receive the Tony E. and Viola Statler scholarship for the 2012-2013 school year. This award is for $3,500.00 and is based on a full-time enrollment, each semester, with satisfactory academic progress. ...
This is "D.C." enjoying the nice cool clover and waiting on a tummy rub.
Medication reported stolen during burglaries at Cape, Scott City pharmacies
While it is still unclear if the two incidents are connected, unknown amounts of prescription medications were reported stolen during burglaries that took place at pharmacies in Cape Girardeau and Scott City, police said Tuesday. Cape Girardeau police responded about 6:20 a.m. ...
March 23, 2012
A cloudy evening.
March 24, 2012
A sunny spring day.
Two Local Powerlifters Set Records
Jerry Pledger, of Cape Girardeau and Chad Holmes, of Sikeston set records at the American Powerlifting Association meet held in West Plains, MO, on Feb. 25th. Jerry Pledger -- Master's Division, Age 50-54. 605 Squat, 415 Bench, 405 Deadlift: 1420 Total. 3 World Records and 3 American Records in Squat, Bench and Total...
The sun set between silos on a beautiful winter evening.
Maryville University in St. Louis has released its Dean List for the Fall Semester of 2011. Chad Friend of rural Scott City was listed. He is a senior with a double major in Sport Business Management and Marketing. He is scheduled to graduate in Spring 2012 with a BS degree...
Girardot Chapter News
Doris Dumey of Scott City, Missouri makes 1000th skydive on December 28, 2011 in Sebastian, Florida! She is the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) Girardot Chapter President, the Cape Girardeau local chapter. She has also earned her certification of Certified Administrative Professional in Organizational Management (CAP-OM) and is a Member of Excellence...
The Louisiana Purchase
Painting of The Louisiana Purchase of 1804 on the wall in downtown Cape Girardeau
Sailing down the Mississippi River
A barge going up the River
The Bill Emerson Bridge
January 7, 2012
Motorcycle riders join to honor fallen Veterans
Several motorcycle riders from all walks of life will brave the elements this Sunday January 1st 2012 on what they call the Polar Bear Ride. What makes this ride different from others is that it is to honor all of our brave fallen Veterans. Bootheel Harley-Davidson will have several riding organizations stopping by between 11:00 am and 12:30pm to sign their guest book and provide a free hot breakfast for all riders who stop in. ...
Baker Decade Birthday Bash
Angie Wilson of Jackson, Teresa Roberts of Mt Ayr, Iowa, Kay Glastetter of Chaffee and Louise Baker of Troy, Mo celebrate their birthdays (40, 50, 60, & 70) together with family at Kay's house Nov 25.
Waiting on Santa Claus
Annabelle laying under the Christmas tree.
Boy Scouts achieve rank of Eagle
An Eagle Court of Honor was conducted by Boy Scout Troop 224 of Scott City on November 3. Two scouts were honored for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Myron "Trey" Bond Carter III has been in scouting since August of 2000. He is a junior at Scott City High School. ...
Rockin' Christmas Toys for the Kids
Bootheel Harley-Davidson and TuneSquad present Rockin' Christmas Toys for the Kids on Saturday, November 12 from 12 to 5. Come out and enjoy music from TuneSquad, food and drinks. Event admission is a new unwrapped children's toy to benefit Beacon Health Center's Child Advocacy Center. Bootheel Harley Davidson is located on South Outer Road in Scott City off Nash Road...
Shopping Spree to Feed the Need
Shopping Spree to Feed the Need BETWEEN NOV 1ST AND 10TH Bootheel Harley-Davidson and the SEMO Food Bank WILL CHOOSE 10 SHOPPERS A DAY TO HELP US STOCK THE SHELVES AT THE SEMO FOOD BANK BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS. Can you really stretch a dollar when you grocery shop? Do you clip Coupons and price match everything you buy?...
Breast Ride Ever Benefit for Breast Cancer
On October 22nd 2011 Black Diamond's Bootheel Harley-Davidson located just south of Cape Girardeau, MO. Held it's first ever fund raiser for Breast Cancer Awareness Along with the American Cancer Society. This one of a kind event was set to be a Poker Run for all to join into. What happened at the end was unexpected to all but fun and reminder why everyone was their...
Hobo Rehearsing for Halloween
Hobo chasing a sting.
Scott City Church Joins Global Film Premier
Cornerstone Wesleyan Church in Scott City will be hosting a free screening of the Global Film Event 58:. The film will be shown one-time only at the church, located at 210 E. Outer Road in Scott City, at 6:30 P.M. on Wednesday, October 19th. 58: The Film...
Dalton Rhodes's photography
My youngest sister Cheyenne Faith posing for a fall day photo shoot!!
2nd Annual Breast Cancer Benefit
Saturday October 15, 2011 the 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Benefit and Poker Run will be held, rain or shine, at Whiskey River 1444 Independence Street Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The event, held in loving memory of Scott City's own Malissa King-Mier, who lost her courageous battle against breast cancer August 30, 2011. The event is to honor everyone who is fighting, has survived, or who has been lost to breast cancer...
Mean Machine Football
5th / 6th Grade Mean Machine Football Game
Friday, September 23rd
A cool cloudy evening in Cape Girardeau.
Wednesday, September 14th
Rain drops on the car window.
Hard work pays off to make anyone's yard look great.
Beautiful flowes by Betty Watts
Love to see the beautiful flowers outside my home.
Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award program
Riverside Regional Library is participating in the Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award program. ...
First Day of September
One of the trees in my back yard
Taking time to smell the flowers.
Scott City House Fire
Scott City Firefighters and North Scott County Ambulance Personnel assist a dog rescued from house fire.
Scott City Varsity Boys Basketball Team
The Scott City Varsity Boys Basketball team won the Osage League with a 7-2 record. Members of the team are: Jesse Sanders, Eric Essner, Forrest Copeland, Nick Bollinger, Trevor Job, Landon Robert, Zach Cotner, Ryan Fortner, Ryan Brock, Jonathan McFall...
Scott City 8th Grade Basketball Team
The Scott City 8th Grade Boys Basketball team won the Osage League with a 10-0 record. Members of the team are: Andrew Schroeter, Nick Cassout, Hunter Copeland, Dylan Boswell, Jordan Kluesner, Trent Pobst, Cory Sanders, Drew Short, Isiah Berry, Dakota Brown...
Local Kids Raise $250 to Support Clean Water
Some kids in Scott City worked very hard last Saturday to raise money to fund water projects for their neighbors in Africa. The Children's Church and Youth Group from Cornerstone Wesleyan in Scott City held a Lemon:Aid Stand, along with an indoor yard sale and bake sale. They raised $250.00 for Blood:Water Mission, a charity based in Nashville, TN...
Our Shitzhu Biscuit
Photo submission for Sunday edition of newspaper for pets.
Biscuit is his name.
Gene and Jane Peacock owners.
His favorite thing: entertaining guests
Scott City Kids Raise Money for Clean Water
On Saturday, July 16th, the kids from Cornerstone Wesleyan Church in Scott City will be holding a LemonAid Stand, and will be giving away free lemonade to raise money for a Nashville, TN charity. The LemonAid Stand will be accompanied by a yard sale and bake sale. All proceeds will be donated to Blood:Water Mission, for clean water and Aids clinics in sub-Saharan Africa...
DJ Boom's 1st annual facebook party
Aug 20th Schock's Pub: DJ Boom's 1st annual facebook party Two Hottest things, Facebook and ProSound Dynamixx Entertainment LLC. I hear there's nothing to do! Here's a chance to Party with 836 of Boom's facebook friends. (and I have some great friends). Here's what's up. Dance Music and Karaoke By Boom. Great Drinks from Paul Schock, Door prizes, Food and One winner will win a very nice prize. Just for signing up. Let's do this! This is a Free Event...
Five generations of Burgers
Josh Stevens was born February 27, 2011 to become the fifth generation of Burgers. From left are Tammy Cotner Crider of Scott City, Anna Marie Burger (Louis) formally of Kelso (now of Clearview Nursing Home at Sikeston) holding Josh, and Ron Burger of Scott City. Standing is Josh's mother, Caitlyn Cotner also of Scott City...
cooling off on the castor river with family and friends
A surreal image of sunrise over the Diversion Channel at Scott City shows a sailboat adrift.
A Sunny Summer Day
Annabelle fighting off the bugs in the summer sun.
A Stormy Summer Evening
I took this photo on May 25 of 2011. The day it was storming.
Mr. Smiley Face
Is this "Mr. Smiley Face" shyly peeking out of his "pink palace" or is he settling down into it for a nap?
Rubbermaid Donates Coolers to Scott City Fire Dept
Doug Hargrove, Rubbermaid employee, recently asked and received some coolers from Rubbermaid and donated them to the Scott City Fire Department. Here is Doug presenting the coolers to Jay Cassout, Fire Chief for Scott City. According to Chief Cassout the coolers will be filled with water and gartorade and carried on the fire apparatus to replenish fluids lost by fire personnel on emergency scene's...
Tree fell on our house in Scott City.
This tree fell on our house during the storm.
Scott City Fire Victims Family Tells Story
On February 22, 2011, we lost three amazing people. I can't tell you everyone's perspective on that night, but I can tell you mine: The night we lost our family members was a true awakening to us that every moment is precious. I can really only tell you my perspective of it and somewhat filter in everyone else's. ...
Scott City Fire Victims Family Benefit
On February 22, 2011, we lost the lives of three amazing people due to a tragic fire: Donnie Estes, Cheryl Talley, Brttany Calhoun, and her dog, Cobain. Donnie's wife, Norma Estes, has suffered several burns due to the fire. To raise funds for funeral and medical costs, Outlaw Offroad Park will be holding a benefit for the family on Saturday, April 23, 2011. ...
Opie "chillin" after doing his favorite activity, chasing a tennis ball.
5K Run Walk this Saturday April 2, Help Michelle
Michelle Bundy is from Scott City, she is a young mom, with 2 kids ages 2 years and 8 months. She has been diagnosed with epitheloid angiosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer. Area friends and family are joining together to hold a 5K Run/Walk to raise funds for Michelle and her family. The event is this Saturday at Capaha Park. Race starts at 8:00, registration starts at 7:15. The weather looks great for tomorrow so come out and show your support for this young family! Details below...
The Michelle Bundy 5k
Michelle Bundy is a young mother with two small children, Addy, 2 and Bentley 8 months living in Scott City. Shortly after the birth of Bentley, Michelle was diagnosed with Epitheloid Angiosarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer. Her prognosis is not reassuring at this time, but her family remains hopeful. ...
Elijah and his Fav cousin Jojo
elijah and jojo showing eachother how much they love eachother!!!
Watching it snow
AnnaBelle watching it snow.
A Winter Wonder Land
The sun was shining through the sky on a snow day
Memorial for 401 Hopper
A Memorial Fund has been setup for Donnie Estes, Cheryl Tally, and Brittany Calhoun, all lost in a house fire earlier this week. All help is greatly appreciated during this sad time. Donations may be sent to: Memorial Fund for 401 Hopper 1st Commercial Bank...
Missouri National Guard's McNeely earns promotion
JACKSON, Mo. -- Cody McNeely, of Scott City, was recently promoted from the rank of private first class to specialist in the Missouri Army National Guard. McNeely has been with the National Guard for one year. He is a military policeman with Detachment 1, 1137th Military Police Company in Jackson...
Keith Morrison Band LIVE @ Schock's Pub 2/18/2011
Nashville, TN Recording Artist, Singer/Songwriter, Keith Morrison and his band will perform Live at Schock's Pub 116 E. Hickory St. Scott City, MO. This Friday Feb. 18th! Show starts at 9pm ... $5 Cover Charge ( Original)Country,Southern & Classic Rock)...
Cardinal nestled in the branches
This beautiful Cardinal was nestled in the branches of a tree in our front yard.
Duke the dog
Duke the dog came as an added blessing when we bought our new farmhouse. He has become part of our family and loves to get out and play with the kids! He is also very protective, he is watching over the sledding activities in this photo.
Scott City, Mo. Welcomes Nashville Star " TARIA "
NASHVILLE, TN. Recording Artist TARIA and her Band will perform Live at SCHOCK'S PUB in Scott City, Mo. on Friday, Jan. 28th at 9pm!!! "A Party with Taria" ... FOOD, FUN, and FREE GIVE-A-WAYS! www.Taria.com Taria is no newcomer to the country music scene. Taria, at age 15, made her debut on the Grand Ole'Opry. Later that same year, while singing at the legendary Nashville Palace, Taria caught the ear of Columbia recording artist, Vern Gosdin, who she began performing with for the next year...
Pet of the Week candidate
Dusty sleeping in "Momma's" pajama drawer.
Big sister Kendall and her 3 week old baby brother Rocky.
A+ Schools Student and Parent Informational Night
Scott City R-I School District A+ Schools Parent and Student Night Tuesday, January 18, 2011 from 6-7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. This meeting is reserved for the freshman (Class of 2014) & sophomore class (Class of 2013) With our current economic situation it is important for students and parents to be familiar with scholarship opportunities that will assist in tuition compensation. ...
BOOTHEEL HARLEY DAVIDSON GIVES BACK LOCALLY
Bootheel Harley Davidson gives back to the local community! The dealership sponsored a Polar Bear ridge in cooperation with the Patriot Guard Riders on January 1st at their 2100 E Outer Rd, Scott City location. Bootheel made a donation for every rider who braved the cold. ...
Local Motocross Champions
Dylan Glueck, 14 years old of Cape Girardeau, and Race Baker, 12 years old of Scott City recently attended the 2010 Tennessee Motocross Association Awards Banquet on December 11th in Dyersburg, TN. Dylan Glueck (pictured right), accepted his 3rd place trophy for the 85 Sr. class and a 1st place series championship trophy and a number plate for most points in the Supermini class for the 2010 series...
Willie The Towboating Snowman
Willie, the towboating snowman, was built by Ethan Weatherspoon and Nelson Palmer aboard the M/V Dru Lirette, AEP River Ops while traveling the Illinois River near Beardstown, Illinois.
Boot-Heel Harley-Davidson Gives To Fallen Soldiers
Press Release January 1st 2011 The new Boot-Heel Harley-Davidson dealership located at 2100 E. Outer Road in Scott City, MO starts the new year off roaring to life on all cylinders. They are giving back to the community's fallen soldiers with the help of the Patriot Guard Riding Club with the Polar Bear Motorcycle Ride January 1st at 1:00 pm...
Toys for Tots and Delta Lady Bobcats
Members of the Delta Lady Bobcats basketball team took time out from sorting and bagging toys for Toys for Tots to get a group photo. Thanks, ladies, for all of your help and hard work!
SCOTT CITY SOLDIER HOME ON LEAVE
SPC Adam Gibbs of Scott City was recently home on mid-tour leave. He is serving in the Army and is currently deployed to Jalalabad, Afghanistan. Gibbs is stationed in Ft. Campbell, KY with 426th Brigade Support Battalion. He is the son of Renae Schenimann Gibbs and Garry and Susie Gibbs, all of Scott City...
Scott City R-1 A+ Schools Parent and Student Night
Scott City R-I School District A+ Schools Parent and Student Night Tuesday, January 11, 2011 from 6-7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. This meeting is reserved for the freshman (Class of 2014) & sophomore class (Class of 2013) With our current economic situation it is important for students and parents to be familiar with scholarship opportunities that will assist in tuition compensation. ...
Generous Donor drops off toys for Toys for Tots
A generous donor dropped off toys to the Marine Corps League Detachment 1081! Schnucks, Mississippi River radio and the Marine Corps League hosted a 24 hour toy drive December 10-11. Thank you so much to everyone who came by and made a donation!
Toys for Tots and Rude Dog Pub
Rude Dog Pub delivered a truck full of toys to Dave Ross, Toys for Tots Coordinator. Rude Dog held a fundraiser Thursday night to raise money and toys for the program. A HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who attended the event at Rude Dog, Pour House and The Library! Your generosity is greatly appreciated and will help us reach our goal to provide toys for needy children in our community!...
Courtney's First Deer
Courtney Graff took her first deer opening morning of youth deer season with her teacher, Sara Bradshaw.
Madison missing since Thursday Nov 5th, 2010
Landon's first deer!
Landon shot this 3 pointer opening morning of youth deer season on his uncle's farm in Scott County. This is his first deer. He is the 8-year old son of Stephen and Amy O'Brien.
Toys for Tots Kickoff
Members of the Cape Girardeau Marine Corps League collected toys November 4 and 5 at Toys R Us. November 4 was the official nationwide campaign kickoff. A huge "thank you" to everyone who donated money or a toy to this wonderful organization!
Football in the Neighborhood
Scott City Country Club neighborhood kids playing football on a beautiful Fall afternoon.
The girls (Kendall and Libby) loved playing in the leaves!
She loves being pretty and posing for the camera.
VFW Post # 6407 Scott City Benefit Fair Oct 23rd
The VFW Department of Missouri and Scott City VFW Post # 6407, will be holding a Veterans Benefit Fair at 1408 Main St. in Scott City on Saturday October 23rd, from 8am to 12pm or till all veterans have been served. Information on VA health benefits& enrollment , educational opportunities, and employment opportunities will be available for veterans, spouses, widows, and dependents. ...
Jane Iredale Contest Winner
This photo was taken for the Jane Iredale Makeup Contest. The model was Myriah Miller of Scott City and the makeup artist was John Long of Belladona. The photo was taken by Cherri Harris from Simply Stated Photography Company.
Scott City Yard of the Month
Gendron McFall of 404 North Lincoln is the recipient of the September Yard of the Month award presented by the Sunny Village Garden Club of Scott City. Mr. McFall, an 84 year old retired truck driver and Veteran of WWII, enjoys gardening to keep in shape and family boating / fishing trips to relax...
Semo North Places 2nd at 11-yr-old State Tourney
The Semo North Baseball Team placed 2nd at the Cal Ripkin 11-year-old Missouri State Tournament in Boonville, MO on July 26, 2010. Front Row: Peyton Ford, Brittan Jones, Ty Wilthong, and Jordan Kluesner. Second Row: Lance Pruden, Caden Hillemann, Preston Wuebker, and Ryan Wilfawn. Third Row: Brandon Sokolowski, Winston Welter, Dawson Mayo, and Braden Cox. Back Row: Coaches Darrell Welter, Kevin Wilthong, and Matt Cox...
Cape 6th Grade MeanMachine Wins Ranger Roundup
Cape Girardeau 6th Grade MeanMachine Travel Football Team wins 5th/6th Grade Ranger Roundup in Benton, IL on October 6, 2010. The 6th grade team was 7-0 at the tournament, while the 5th grade team placed 4th out of 14 teams.
Knights of Columbus Fish Fry
Knights of Columbus council 6420 will host their annual fish frys starting Friday Oct 1st and continuing every friday through November 5thServing will be from 4:00-7:00pm at the council hall on highway 61 Scott City.Adults are $9.00,Children 6-12 $5.00.Under 6 free.Menu is All you can eat Fish,Fried Chicken,Seasoned Fries,Hushpuppies,Slaw,Baked Beans,Tea,Coffee,Lemonade and water.Carryouts are available and all carryouts are $9.00...
Welcome Home, Soldier!
203rd Army National Guard member Spc. Robert Rhymer will be returning home this week from a year long stint in Afghanistan. Thoughts and prayers go out to his brothers and sisters still serving our country. Everyone that knows this crazy guy be sure to come by and welcome him back! He missed us just as much as we missed him...
Puppies from 2 litters that are just two weeks apart. Proud owners Trafton & Laura Clark from Scott City Mo. Proud Sire's and Dams are Biggin & Marley, also younger puppy parents Bubba and Angel. All Saints were raised from 8 weeks of age and are being raised in Scott City Mo. We love our Saints, They arent just pets, there our children. We truely live our lifes through the eyes of our Baby Saints...
Ospreys in the Night
Cape Girardeau Regional Airport recently served as a refueling station for a couple of very unusual military aircraft. Two Bell/Boeing V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor transports had notified us of their intentions to refuel at KCGI on their way from Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis, New Mexico to Andrews Air Force Base in Washington D.C. They arrived at around 5:00am, with their green rotor-tip lights forming eerie green dual halos over each aircraft as they approached in the darkness...
Scott City Blue Streak
Scott City 8 & Under Boys Baseball take 2nd place in Show Me State Games held in Columbia, MO Front row from Left to right-Dalton LeDure,Logan Speakman, Kaden Mouser,Kobe Hann, Joel McClain Middle row from left to right-Tony Seabaugh, Brayden Wilfawn, Josh Schmitt, Brayden Forck, Gregory Schwaush, Daniel Biggs...
My nephew Issac dancing with a girl he met at River Ridge Winery on Mothers Day 2010.
Lucy is a 7-week old Boxer puppy, whose favorite activities include being cuddled, playing with her toys, and chasing Buster, a rat terrier.
Mike Stafford Birthday Bash
Mike Stafford is 95 years old today. We had a birthday dance/party for him at the Veteran's Home yesterday. It was a great time.
Local team take 1st in Cooperstown, NY
SEMO NORTH 10 and under travel team just came back from Cooperstown, New York where they played in the Beaver Valley Wood Bat Classic Invitational. The tournament ran from June 18th, 19th, and 20th, 2010, playing a total of six games. The team was undefeated the entire tournament. ...
Fourth of July 2009
This is a photo of my husband & I last year. He is wearing my grandpa Joe Sanders socks that he always wore on the fourth of July ever since he purchased them in 1976. Last year was the first without him being there. :(
Six Year old dontates hair in Scott City
On June 9, 2010 six year old Kacie Daigger of Scott City donated 11" of her hair to the Locks of Love. Stylist Cortney Stubenrauch with Style Studio in Scott City cut her hair. She made the donation in memory of her Grandma, Donna Daigger, and Grandpa, Kenny Cavaness, who both passed away due to cancer. This was something she has wanted to do for about a year and her way of making the world a better place for other people. She is the daughter of Dylan Daigger and April Cavaness of Scott City...
A photo of a bird drinking from a hummingbird feeder.
Rainbow over Pavestone Company
After a recent rain, a beautiful rainbow appeared over our manufacturing facility.
Sammi Ann playing in the snow. What a cutie!