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Stevie’s Steakburger: The hottest burger joint in Cape

    Every town has that local burger joint that resident’s rave about. You know, the one tourists are always told they must go to. The one with such a unique flavor, it stands out from the rest. For Southeast Missouri’s own Cape Girardeau, Stevie’s Steakburger is the place to meet all your burger needs.

Community

PBPD Receives Complaints in Reference to Apparent Scam

Poplar Bluff Police Department For ​Immediate Release: ​The Poplar Bluff Police Department and Poplar Bluff Chamber of Commerce have been receiving complaints from area businesses in reference to an apparent scam. ​Sports Media of Towson, Maryland is soliciting and sending out invoices to local businesses in reference to a 2017 PBHS Spring Sports Poster project. This

Politics

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Jason Smith’s Bill Eliminating Federal Coverage Barriers for Kidney Failure Patients Advances to President’s Desk

Washington, D.C. – The United States Senate passed U.S. Rep. Jason Smith’s (MO-08) bill to remove a federal restriction that prevents patients with kidney failure from accessing the high-quality, affordable health care coverage options they direly need, sending it to the President’s desk to be signed into law. Smith’s bill H.R. 5659, the Expanding Seniors Receiving Dialysis

Business

Free coding classes coming to Cape Girardeau

Class Offered in Partnership with Codefi and Element 74 St. LOUIS, MO – LaunchCode, a nonprofit that connects aspiring technologists with apprenticeships and jobs in tech, is announcing LC 101 Cape Girardeau, a free 20-week computer programming course designed to put people on a path towards a career in technology. This is the first LaunchCode

Opinion

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A Message from Jason Kander: Why You Won’t Get a Pass from Me

This is the message where I’m supposed to thank you for all you’ve done for me, tell you how much it meant to me, and then say my goodbyes and wish you luck on your journey. I’m supposed to say something like, “Perhaps our paths will cross again.” But that’s not how I roll. Of

Nature & Outdoors

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Missouri State Parks invites guests to experience fall fun in state parks

Missouri State Parks invites guests to experience fall fun in state parksAs the weather cools and leaves begin to turn, Missouri State Parks is inviting guests to plan a trip to experience fall fun in the outdoors.  The park system includes 88 state parks and historic sites that are offering free public events and plenty

Crime

PBPD Receives Complaints in Reference to Apparent Scam

Poplar Bluff Police Department For ​Immediate Release: ​The Poplar Bluff Police Department and Poplar Bluff Chamber of Commerce have been receiving complaints from area businesses in reference to an apparent scam. ​Sports Media of Towson, Maryland is soliciting and sending out invoices to local businesses in reference to a 2017 PBHS Spring Sports Poster project. This

Education

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Sikeston Resident Receives Leonard Query Scholarship

Three Rivers College student and Sikeston resident Yalonda Johnson has received a scholarship from the Leonard Query Scholarship Fund. Johnson is currently pursuing a degree in Business Management at Three Rivers College. Featured Photo from Left to Right: Dr. Marty Michel, Chair of the Three Rivers Endowment Trust; Yalonda Johnson, scholarship recipient; Allen Brooks, Three

Column

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Op-Ed: How to Fight Missouri’s Opioid Crisis

Op-Ed submitted on behalf of State Rep. Holly Rehder, a Republican from Sikeston who represents the 148th District. Addiction to prescription painkillers and heroin is a national crisis. It is now the leading cause of accidental death in America. Right here in Missouri, more than 1,000 of our friends and loved ones are dying every year

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Op-Ed: How to Fight Missouri’s Opioid Crisis

Op-Ed submitted on behalf of State Rep. Holly Rehder, a Republican from Sikeston who represents the 148th District. Addiction to prescription painkillers and heroin is a national crisis. It is now the leading cause of accidental death in America. Right here in Missouri, more than 1,000 of our friends and loved ones are dying every year

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