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Robert Thomas Rowland

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Cecil Nelson Bounds

   — Ellington, Mo.

Shirley J. Thomas

   — Carbondale, Mo.

Rickey Lee Hurt

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Hubert Williams — Malden, Mo.

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   — Fisk, Mo.

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CIGARETTE TAX HIKE WILL STAY ON BALLOT

SPORTS

FLOODING DAMAGES ESTIMATED

10,000-15,000 ACRES OF CROPS

COUNTY SOYBEANS

TAKE BIG HIT

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Farmers near Black River and its tributaries could see a loss this harvest season following mid-August floods that damaged several fields... Read more

THIS SOUTHERN BUTLER COUNTY SOYBEAN FIELD, GREEN AND UNHEALTHY TWO WEEKS AGO, IS NOW A BROWN MESS FOLLOWING MAJOR MID-AUGUST FLOODING. Submitted

FISK-QULIN SPORTS

TEAMS TO COMBINE

By CHELSAE CORDIA

Staff Writer


BROSELEY — In a 5-2 vote Tuesday night, the Twin Rivers R-X Board of Education agreed to combine Fisk and Qulin Middle School boys sports... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF’S HANK TRAXEL HAS HIS SHOT BLOCKED BY SLIDING PERRYVILLE DEFENDER JACOB SPARKMAN DURING THE FIRST HALF TUESDAY AT MULES STADIUM. AT RIGHT IS POPLAR BLUFF’S JEFFRY HARDIN.. DAR/Brian Rosener

SEEING RED

PIRATES SCORE LATE

WITH 2-MAN ADVANTAGE TO

RALLY PAST MULES

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


Down a man for 35 minutes, the Mules managed to take the lead Tuesday night only to make it harder for themselves... Read more

WILDCATS ACE OPENER

WITH YOUTHFUL BEARS

By SCOTT BORKGREN

Sports Writer


BLOOMFIELD — Greenville doesn’t see a lot of jump serves in practice. The lady Bears are young this season. Several of the starters are sophomores who are new to the varsity level... Read more

BLOOMFIELD’S BAILEY BELOW (14) HITS AN ATTACK WHILE GREENVILLE’S JADEN FRANCIS (11) TRIES FOR THE BLOCK IN THE SEASON OPENER FOR BOTH TEAMS TUESDAY IN BLOOMFIELD. DAR/Scott Borkgren

DONS WIN MISCUE-

FILLED GAME

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


NEELYVILLE — There were more errors and walks than hits at times in a three-hour marathon a pair of Ozark Foothills Conference teams would like to forget... Read more

NEELYVILLE’S NOAH BURTON (13) SLIDES UNDER DONIPHAN SHORTSTOP CHANCE DONALDSON’S TAG AT SECOND BASE IN THE SIXTH INNING TUESDAY IN NEELYVILLE. DAR/Ben Striker

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Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — A Missouri proposal to raise cigarette taxes to benefit early childhood programs can stay on the Nov. 8 ballot, a judge ruled Tuesday... Read more

ST. LOUIS COUNTY PROPOSES 21 SMOKING AGE

CREVE COEUR (AP) — An increase in the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21 in St. Louis County is set to be proposed... Read more

SEMO ST. BOASTS HIGH FRESHMAN RETENTION RATE

By MARK BLISS

SEMO News Service


CAPE GIRARDEAU — Southeast Missouri State University began classes Monday with the highest student-retention rate in recent school history and a 10.6 percent increase in beginning freshman enrollment, school officials said... Read more

NATION

FACE-BITING SLAYINGS RECORDED

FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) — Florida sheriff’s deputies confronted chaos as they tried to subdue an attacker biting a victim’s face after stabbing and beating a couple to death in a random assault outside their home, recordings of radio transmissions released Tuesday show... Read more

MOM KILLS BABY; PUT

HIM IN FRIDGE

CHESTER, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina mother killed her 4-day-son by putting him in the refrigerator for three hours, authorities said... Read more