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Will stay through contract, which ends June 30, 2016

HON RESIGNS AS R-1 SUPERINTENDENT

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer

Poplar Bluff R-1 Superintendent Chris Hon announced his resignation Thursday, effective at the end of his current contract... Read more

R-1 SCHOOLS MAY FACE LATER START

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer

Hundreds of area children will benefit from the generosity of patrons of the Boys and Girls Club of Poplar Bluff’s third annual Steak and Burger event. St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer Jim Edmonds spoke at the fundraiser, which raised more than $76,000 for local programs... Read more

Deer must be a whitetail buck killed during the general firearm hunting season.


Entries must be legal as defined by the general gun season regulations for Butler, Ripley, Carter, Stoddard,Wayne, Dunklin and Reynolds counties. Permit must be notched and ID available for matching to permit. The deer must be brought by the hunter who killed the deer.


Bucks killed in a deer-proof fence or any other confined areas are not eligible to enter contest.  Bucks that were EVER kept inside a pen for breeding purposes or any other reason are NOT allowed.  Bucks cannot have been raised in a fenced-in-area and released.  Bucks considered tame, domesticated or pet are NOT allowed. Evidence of an ear tag will disqualify deer.


Hunter must present valid hunting license and photo ID to the official measurer.


Measurements must be made as soon as possible, but no later than 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.


Bring your deer to the Daily American Republic newspaper at 208 Poplar Street, Poplar Bluff, MO for measuring and a photo.

Hours: Monday through Friday

8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


The entire body of the field dressed animal is not necessary when brought in for measurement. However, the head and enough of the cape for a shoulder mount must be intact.


SAWED OFF ANTLERS WILL NOT BE COUNTED.


The total number of points.

       No points will be counted that are less than 1” in length.


The Width of the outside spread.

      All measurements must be done from the main beam only.


A total of the two longest tines off the main beam per side will be measured.

A total of four tines will be measured, two per side. Tiebreakers will be determined by the longest tine. In the case of a tie still remaining, the next longest  tine of the four measured, and so forth, until the winner has been determined.


No points will be counted that are less than one (1”) inch from its base.


All measurements are rounded off to the nearest 1/8 inch.                                                                         


Broken points measuring less than the minimum length will not count.


If the main beam is broken, measurement will not include the detached portion of the antler.


If main beams are moveable, measurement will be made at the narrowest point when the antlers are held in.


Once measured, a buck cannot be measured by another measurer for this contest unless authorized by the contest committee.


In the case of a tie, winners will be chosen by a drawing between the hunters whose scores are tied.


All decisions of the contest committee are final.


One deer is eligible to win in up to three categories.


If under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must be present when measuring deer and sign a consent of participation form.

2014 Big Buck Contest Rules

NEELYVILLE SCRAPS FEMA ROOM

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer

The Neelyville R-IV Board of Education at Thursday’s meeting decided not to pursue a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) safe room grant, citing a lack of funds due to the failure of recent bond proposals... Read more

RAIDERS DRIVE PAST LYNX

By SCOTT BORKGREN

Sports Writer

Needing a confidence boost, the Lady Raiders took advantage of an annual punching bag... Read more

MALDEN FACES ‘BROTHERHOOD’ IN SEMIFINAL

By ROB TATE

Assistant Sports Editor

The Brotherhood is coming to Malden... Read more

HANSBROUGH SPARKS MISSOURI’S OFFENSE

By JAKE KREINBERG

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COLUMBIA - It’s a sense of humor often accompanied by a sly smile that teammates seem to love about Missouri running back Russell Hansbrough... Read more

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer

Poplar Bluff schools may need to start as late as September in 2016 to finish construction at the Victory Lane and Oak Grove Road campuses... Read more

Boys and Girls Club raises $76K

CARDINAL GREAT JIM EDMONDS HEADLINES ANNUAL EVENT

Police union says

FERGUSON OFFICER UNLIKELY TO BE CHARGED

By DAVID A. LIEB

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The suburban St. Louis police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown seems confident that he will not face criminal charges from a grand jury that has been investigating the case for several months, a police union official said Thursday... Read more

PROBE CONTINUES IN OFFICER SHOOTING OF CLARKTON MAN

By SEMO News Service


CLARKTON, Mo. - Dunklin County authorities continue to investigate an officer-involved shooting, which left a Clarkton man critically injured... Read more