SIKESTON -- A Sikeston woman has been arrested and charged for allegedly setting her own business on fire. Monica Mays, 50, is charged with first degree arson through Scott County Court, according to Sikeston Department of Public Safety Assistant Chief Jim McMillen...
Augusta man robbed after inviting escorts to home
An Augusta man contacted police saying he was robbed after responding to an ad for an escort.
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Taylor Hops brings hop farm to former Greenville Country Club
GREENVILLE — Previously one of the jewels of this city, time has not been kind to the former Greenville Country Club. The 56-acre site was once home to a nine-hole course, complete with rolling greens across a hilly landscape and a tremendous view of Baldwin Lake from high above at the now demolished clubhouse, which closed …
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Sikeston DPS fights fire on E. Gladys
Firefighters with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety battled a fire on the 1500 block of E. Gladys Wednesday morning.
Foster Grandparent Program mentors children, enriches seniors lives
The Southeast Missouri Foster Grandparent Program is recruiting volunteers 55 and over and organizations/schools to serve as volunteer sites in Scott, Mississippi and Butler Counties.
Girls Golf: Singh wins playoff with Murray to take Central Regional title, Raiders qualify as team
Amisha Singh's outstanding day nearly slipped away at the end, but the Smoky Hill sophomore saved herself when it counted. With a hot putter in her hands, Singh got as low as 4-under-par midway through the Class 5A Central Regional girls golf tournament Monday at City Park Golf Course, but watched a good-sized lead evaporate over the final few holes.
The Village Blend latest new business to open in Sloatsburg
Longtime village residents open a coffee house and cafe, the latest in a string of new businesses revitalizing Sloatsburg
How I found the newspaper
“Tina, what do you want to be when you grow up?” asked my third-grade teacher. I remember the scenario clearly. It was early in the school year and my teacher asked me and my 8-year-old classmates what we wished to be in the future. There was a chorus of “doctor,” “veterinarian,” “police officer” and one student shouted “millionaire!” When it was my turn, I puffed up my chest and proudly stated, “I want to be a writer.” Fast forward nine years later and my goal has roughly stayed the same. In fact, here I am today, working for the newspaper. It’s temporary and I’m just an intern more or less, but I consider it to be one of my greatest achievements. But how did I get here? It’s kind of a long story…