Today in History
(National News ~ 06/24/18)
Today is Sunday, June 24, the 175th day of 2018. There are 190 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On June 24, 1968, "Resurrection City," a shantytown constructed as part of the Poor People's March on Washington, D.C., was closed down by authorities...
Out of the past: June 24
(Out of the Past ~ 06/24/18)
The owners of St. Vincent's College in Cape Girardeau have rejected a sales offer by the Colonial Cape Girardeau Foundation, but further negotiations for sale of the historic campus are continuing. Members of the Housing Assistance Task Force met for the first time Wednesday and wasted no time framing the scope of the debate; many task force members said they want the City of Cape Girardeau to provide temporary, emergency shelter for people with no housing and transitional housing to enable low-income tenants to save to buy a home.. ...
10U State Champions
(Submitted Story ~ 06/24/18)
The SEMO South Sluggers took 1st place in the Babe Ruth state tournament that was held in Scott City, MO June 21-24. The players were composed of girls from Chaffee, Scott City and Oran. Carlyanne Cossou, Jocelyn Hanlon, Jersie Lynn, Millie Carroll, Bailey Robertson, Leah Vandeven, Isabelle Seyer, Addison Uhrhan, Ashtyn Rhodes, Jordynn Blair-Brown and Grace Ancell were all from Chaffee. ...
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