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Neeylville R-IV Candidate BiosJustin Beaird Age: 40 Spouse: Rebecca Children: Colby (15) and Nora (8) Occupation: Owner/operator of TOS Home Medical Current Affiliations: N/A Education: Neelyville High School and Three Rivers College — general education Bobby Burgett Age: 52 Spouse: Brandi...
Qulin voters to decide 2 contested racesQULIN - Voters in the city of Qulin election Tuesday will elect a mayor and an alderman in wards 1 and 2. The contested races are for mayor and ward 1. Incumbent Glen Sedrick’s opponent is Douglas Ledbetter. Cheryl Johnson and Donna Nagy are vying for the Ward 1 spot. Mary Martin’s name is the only one on the ballot for Ward 2...
Finance, four-day school week top concerns for TR R-X candidatesBROSELEY — An audit of the Twin Rivers R-X school district in December highlighted strained finances, with more than $850,000 in deficit spending, and that has become the primary concern for those running for the school board in the June 2 election...
Twin Rivers R-X candidate biosAge: 33 Wife: Latasha Children: Kalea (15), Kye (10), Poppy (11) and Khloe (9) Occupation: Barber Current Affiliations: Poplar Bluff 209 Masonic Lodge Education: Poplar Bluff High School Class of 2005 Age: 49 Wife: Misty Children: Tanner (21), Parker (17)...
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Governor extends Missouri's COVID-19 recovery timelineGov. Mike Parson announced Thursday that Phase 1 of Missouri’s COVID-19 recovery plan will be extended through June 15. Phase 1 was scheduled to end May 31. Parson said during a press conference the extension is not meant to represent a step back, but rather to offer more time for communities to prepare for the second phase...
A 30th person tests positive for COVID-19 in Butler CountyButler County Health Department administrator Emily Goodin said an additional person tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. “We are just starting our contact tracing. Our number will be going up to 30. Other than that, we are waiting to see what the governor has in store for us, June 1,” Goodin said....
Eight blood drives planned for PB as Red Cross sees urgent need for bloodThe American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations to prevent another blood shortage as hospitals resume surgical procedures and patient treatments that were temporarily paused earlier this spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Healthy individuals who are feeling well are asked to make an appointment to donate in the weeks and months ahead by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.. ...
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Three Rivers College reopens to public June 1After following a phased approach to reopening, Three Rivers College will be fully open on June 1. Summer operating hours and Summer “A” and Full session classes also begin on June 1.
Many Poplar Bluff council candidates support use tax, but fear voters won’tCity spending has driven much of the conversation by candidates for Poplar Bluff City Council, and their stands on a proposed use tax are no different. Voters will choose Tuesday from eight candidates for two at-large city council seats. Each seat carries a three-year term...
Betty Absheer recognized as ‘exemplary’ leadePoplar Bluffian Betty Absheer is this year’s recipient of the Marilyn J. Bell Humanitarian Award presented by Altrusa District Eight. Absheer, who didn’t know she was nominated, learned she won during a video conference. COVID-19 forced the group to cancel its district meeting. Absheer plans to pick up her award at the 2021 meeting...
Unafraid of change, Poplar Bluff woman continues to celebrate new adventuresDola Lack of Poplar Bluff celebrates each birthday with zeal and she marked another milestone on her 78th birthday Friday by helping move Letassy Pharmacy to Dille’s Discount Pharmacy. She has worked at Letassy since it opened, and doesn’t have any plans to retire now...
Reliable Community Bancshares Inc. meets May 20Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc., the holding company for The Bank of Missouri, met virtually on May 20. Approximately 59 percent of outstanding stock was represented. Proxy votes were calculated at this time. Elected as Class I Directors were Karl J. Klaus, Frank E. Robinson and John M. Thompson. Other board members include Adrian O. Breen, R. David Crader, Brian D. Dreyer, James M. Hillin, John F. Lottes III, James D. Maurer, William D. Phillips, Jr. and Bonnie A. Schnurbusch...
City meetingsPoplar Bluff’s city council meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. on June 1 has been canceled because of a lack of agenda items. The council’s next scheduled meeting is set for 7 p.m. on June 15. The Municipal Utilities Advisory Board meeting scheduled for 3 p.m. June 1 has been canceled due to lack of agenda items. The board’s next meeting will take place June 15...
Nine put out bid in Neelyville School Board raceThe Neelyville R-IV school district is making good strides in the right direction, but school board candidates see more to do, primarily with facility improvements.
PB R-I to spend $150K for pair of busesThe Poplar Bluff R-I School Board approved replacing two 2010 district route buses. The approved bid, from Central States Bus Sales, runs at $150,000 in total if the district gets approval for a Volkswagen Trust Bus Grant. The grant would be for about $22,500 if awarded...
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May 29, 2020 for 05/29/2020Dear Annie: Thirty years ago, when I was 11, I got into an argument on the school bus with another kid my age. I was an insecure child, and I was losing the argument and feeling humiliated. In a move to try to regain some power, I called the other kid, who is black, a racial epithet. I immediately...
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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Makenna Moore, East Carter (5/30/20)East Carter High School SPORTS: Softball, cheerleading, basketball. PARENTS: Jason and Christy Moore SIBLINGS: Jordan Moore and Zoey Moore PETS: A dog named Memphis PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL: Attend Three Rivers college to continue my academic and softball careers...
Poplar Bluff teams to start limited workouts Monday (5/30/20)After 71 days, the Poplar Bluff Mules are getting back to work. Starting Monday, athletes and coaches will be able to meet on campus as part of summer activities under guidelines set by the district to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. “We’re going to cope with it the best we can,” Mules football coach David Sievers said. “Football is hard to social distance at...
Three Rivers sophomores Morey, Bisby returning to Raiders softball team (5/28/20)Three Rivers softball will have two players return for another sophomore season. Leadoff hitter Jennifer Morey and clean-up hitter Zoe Bisby will take advantage of the NJCAA granting spring athletes an additional year of eligibility. They will be two third-year sophomores on a team of 21 freshmen from two different recruiting classes...
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Rachel Rowold, Clearwater (5/28/20)Clearwater High School SPORTS: Basketball, Softball and Volleyball PARENTS: David & Dawn Rowold SIBLINGS: Caleb & Hannah Rowold PETS: Two well-fed cats (Lazzie & Cee-Cee) PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL: I plan to attend Arkansas State University to major in psychology and biology...
Wayne PowellWayne Powell, 65, of Poplar Bluff died Friday, May 29, 2020, at his resident. Mr. Powell was born...
Winfred “Leon” MorrisWinfred “Leon” Morris, 62, of Poplar Bluff, Mo. passed away May 27, 2020 at Poplar Bluff Regional...
Mary ‘Elnora’ MossMary “Elnora” Moss, 87, of Piedmont, Mo. passed away Thursday, May 28, 2020 at Clark’s Mountain...
Mildred Pettet SchiermanMildred “Mickie” Ann Pettet Schierman, 88, of Atlanta died May 18, 2020. She was preceded in death...
Willie Mae MartinWillie Mae Martin, 72, of Poplar Bluff, Mo. passed away May 13, 2020 at Southeast Hospital in Cape...
Dora L. PiggDora L. Pigg, 61, of Williamsville, died Thursday, May 21, 2020 at Poplar Bluff. Visitation will be...
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