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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


Fisher Delta Research Center hosts 54th Annual Field Day today

  The Fisher Delta Research Center (FDRC) in Portageville, Mo. hosted its 54th Annual Field Day today. The event welcomed farmers, producers, and landowners from across the region to learn more about the latest advancements and techniques in agriculture from experts and specialists in the field. For over fifty years FDRC has played a valuable

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Noranda recognized for support of Armed Forces employees

  Noranda was recently recognized for their support of employees who are active and former Armed Forces members. The organization, Missouri Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve,  gave the employer their Above and Beyond Award. The presentation was done during a ceremony yesterday. Noranda was selected to receive the award based on the company’s

Three Rivers and Poplar Bluff Regional team up to offer free Spanish classes

  The Continuing Education department at Three Rivers College will offer Community Conversational Spanish Classes, aimed toward healthcare providers and community service workers who would like to learn how tobetter communicate with Spanish-speaking clients. The class will be held on Wednesday afternoons 12:30 – 2:30 PM, September 9 – October 28 and is sponsored by Poplar


Unilever announces closing of one facility

  Unilever, which currently has two plants in the city of Sikeston, Mo., announced plans to close on facility and consolidate operations on Monday. Reports state that operations at the south Sikeston plant will cease and will be consolidated with operations at the north Sikeston plant. The consolidation should be completed by 2016, but in

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Iron County “Grow Your Farm” winners announced

  Earlier this year, the University of Missouri Extension Grow Your Farm program held classes in Iron County, Mo. from February through April. The program is designed to educate and encourage prospective, beginning. and experienced farmers with a combination of instructors and peers who present classes. The program includes eight classroom setting meetings and one farm tour, during


Southeast’s Online MBA in Sports Management ranked among Nation’s Top 25

  Southeast Missouri State University’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) with an option in sport management has been ranked among the nation’s top online master in sport management degree programs by The Best Schools. Southeast’s program is ranked 17th nationally and is the only program in Missouri ranked in the top 25. The program

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Citizens Electric returns $50,000 in rebates to TG Missouri

    On Friday, July 10, 2015, Citizens Electric CEO Van Robinson presented a rebate check for $50,000 to Todd Huber, President of TG Missouri. The Power Moves rebate was for the installation of more energy efficient air compressors at the Perryville, MO plant. CEC’s power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Association, offers energy efficiency incentives

HealthPoint Fitness Offers Patriotic Enrollment Special

    Southeast HealthPoint Fitness salutes those who serve and protect by offering free enrollment for military, law enforcement and fire department personnel during the month of July. Membership includes access to HealthPoint’s fitness centers in Cape Girardeau and Jackson. For more information, contact HealthPoint – Cape at 573-986-440 or HealthPoint – Jackson at 573-755-2301,


Tip tax bill signed into law

  Gov. Jay Nixon signed SB 336 yesterday, which seeks to protect businesses from false personal income tax reports from employees. “Should Missouri businesses be held accountable when their employees falsely report their personal income tax?” asked the Missouri Chamber of Commerce in a statement. “A recent practice by the Missouri Department of Revenue was