Ste. Genevieve woman wins $93,000 playing Show Me Cash

June 20, 2018

Mary Martini of Ste. Genevieve was feeling “good, but nervous” when she claimed a $93,000 Show Me Cash jackpot on June 7. Martini purchased her Show Me Cash ticket at The Point, 799 Ste. Genevieve Drive, in Ste. Genevieve. Her ticket matched all five numbers drawn in the June 5 drawing. The numbers were: 2, […]

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Sikeston native and America’s Got Talent winner Neal Boyd passes away

June 13, 2018

The Sikeston native who won America’s Got Talent in 2008 has passed away. Neil Boyd died at the age of 42 at his mother’s house Sunday night in Sikeston. According to a coroner’s report, Boyd died of heart and kidney failure, along with liver disease. Boyd auditioned for the third season of America’s Got Talent […]

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Letter to the Editor from Senator Doug Libla

June 11, 2018

By Sen. Doug Libla On Thursday, June 7th, a meeting was held in Jefferson City between State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and Carter County officials: Presiding Commissioner Donald Black, Sheriff Rick Stephens and County Clerk Leona Stephens. Also in attendance and joining in on the discussion were Rep. Steve […]

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MoDOT urges drivers to use caution as 100-Mile Yard Sale kicks off this week

May 22, 2018

SIKESTON — Visitors and residents will be out in full force along Route 25 Memorial Day weekend in search of bargains at the 100-Mile Yard Sale, but MoDOT wants you to remember the greatest savings of the event could be a life. “It’s a fun weekend that people look forward to each year,” Traffic Engineer […]

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Hawley says Greitens may have committed a felony in using donor list, hands over evidence to St. Louis Circuit Attorney

April 17, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced Tuesday he has uncovered a potential felony violation by Gov. Eric Greitens. In a press conference held at his office, Hawley said the violation is related to Greitens’ nonprofit, The Mission Continues, and that he has turned evidence over to the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office. “In […]

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Boil water advisory issued in Scott City

April 2, 2018

A boil water advisory has been issued for residents in Scott City. According to a press release issued by the city, Scotty residents are being asked to boil their water for the next two days. “Due to repairs on the city public water we are asking all residents to boil you water for the next […]

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Aeneas Williams to lead celebration of St. Louis County Youth Program achievement

March 27, 2018

The St. Louis County Youth Program on Wednesday will celebrate earning international accreditation with the help of former St. Louis Rams player Aeneas Williams. The county’s youth program announced that it received the accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), International, in the field of Community Youth Development. Currently, Williams is a […]

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Blunt, Smith bill to establish Ste. Genevieve as a National Historic Park signed into law

March 26, 2018

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) and U.S. Representative Jason Smith (Mo.) today announced that legislation to establish the Ste. Genevieve National Historic Park and designate it as a unit of the National Park Service (NPS) has been signed into law. “The village of Ste. Genevieve captures an early and remarkable moment in the history of […]

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Olé Music & Dance of Spain brings an evening of flamenco dancing to the Tinnin Center

March 23, 2018

POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. — The Patrons of the Arts Society will continue its 2017-18 season with Olé Music & Dance of Spain, a flamenco dance troupe that will perform at 7 p.m. on March 29 at the Tinnin Fine Arts Center on the campus of Three Rivers College. The performance is sponsored by Las Margaritas, […]

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One St. Louis County Council member hopes to bring awareness to the county’s opioid epidemic

March 23, 2018

The opioid crisis has been a constant topic within the United States and not just in big cities but also in the country’s schools and neighborhoods, now a St. Louis County councilman wants to help educate area parents in order to stop the spread of the epidemic. St. Louis County Councilman Mark Harder, who represents […]

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