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HOME COURSE

DISADVANTAGE

STATE

The family of Butler County Publishing:

BY SCOTT BORKGREN

DAR Sports Writer


The Lady Raiders got settled in for a 7-hour bus ride home.

They had just split with North Central Missouri to complete a 38-win regular season, one of the most successful in school history, and were tied for first with Crowder and Jefferson with a 19-5 Region XVI record. They got comfortable, talked, laughed and made memories. Sophie Wunderlich quickly fell asleep... Read more

ONE-WAY STREET CHANGE SURPRISE TO FIRE CHIEF, SHERIFF

LADY RAIDERS PREPARE FOR REGION XVI TOURNAMENT

JUSTICE

POPLAR BLUFF GOLFER BEN BRUMITT, LEFT, FOLLOWS THROUGH ON A SHOT AS FELLOW POPLAR BLUFF NATIVE BRETT MCCAULEY LOOKS ON DURING THE 2017 TOM HOOVER OZARK INVITATIONAL AT WESTWOOD HILLS COUNTRY CLUB IN POPLAR BLUFF. BELOW, HUNTER YORK TEES OFF DURING THE OZARK INVITATIONAL. YORK WON THE EVENT LAST YEAR IN HIS FIRST APPEARANCE IN THE TOURNAMENT. DAR/Brian Rosener

MALDEN CELEBRATES 14 YEARS OF HISTORY

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Associate Editor


An announcement made Wednesday afternoon on Facebook regarding the elimination of one-way downtown streets came as a surprise to the public — and two emergency responders located there... Read more

LIZ PROVANCE, FAR LEFT, AND CLAUDINE PINCKLEY CHAT AS BILL GREEN, BILL NORRID, FRANCIS BLACK AND CHARLES DIERKS VISIT WITH ONE ANOTHER DURING MALDEN’S 140TH BIRTHDAY PARTY SATURDAY. THE CELEBRATION WAS HOSTED BY THE MALDEN HISTORICAL MUSEUM BOARD.. DAR/Denise Kinder

BY JOE ALBERICO

DAR Sports Editor


If Westwood Hills Country Club’s members have one advantage this weekend, it’s that they know they have no advantage... Read more

DEXTER WOMAN PROFILED IN

’20/20’ EPISODE

Standard-Democrat


SIKESTON — Many Sikeston residents remember seeing ABC News’ Diane Sawyer and her film crew in town in January... Read more

MO. HOUSE

MOVES TO LEGALIZE MEDICAL MARIJUANA

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY (AP) —The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill that would legalize medical marijuana for many patients... Read more

GREITENS NOT ENTITLED TO DONOR LIST

By DAVID A. LIEB

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — While building a national nonprofit for military veterans, former Navy SEAL officer Eric Greitens solicited millions of dollars from hundreds of wealthy individuals, corporations and foundations... Read more

LEGAL EXPERTS:

ACCUSED SERIAL

RAPIST AND KILLER WORKED AS COP

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SACRAMENTO (AP) — Joseph DeAngelo’s six-year career as a cop came swiftly to an end after being busted for shoplifting a can of dog repellant and a hammer from a Pay N’ Save store in a Sacramento suburb in 1979... Read more

BY DENISE KINDER

DAR Staff Writer


MALDEN — The city of malden recently celebrated a milestone birthday complete with a party, cake and shared memories... Read more

BY CHELSAE CORDIA

DAR Staff Writer


The real-world experience Mitchell Davis brings to his classroom and a penchant for knowing his audience are characteristics colleagues feel qualify him as the 2018-19 Poplar Bluff High School Teacher of the Year... Read more

PB HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER OF THE YEAR

FORMER PROFESSION HELPS DAVIS TEACH

DAVIS

POPLAR BLUFF CITY OFFICIALS PLAN TO SWITCH ONE-WAY TRAFFIC TO BOTH DIRECTIONS ON BROADWAY AND MAIN STREETS AT 6 A.M. MAY 4. FIRE CHIEF RALPH STUCKER SAID THE CHANGE COULD SLOW THE RESPONSE TIME TO PARTS OF THE CITY (SHOWN IN MAP ABOVE LEFT). DAR graphic/Brian Rosener

OZARK INVITATIONAL OFFERS NO EDGE

FOR WESTWOOD HILLS’ OWN COMPETITORS

IDEA PITCHED FOR MONUMENT HONORING SLAVES WHO JOINED UNION ARMY

By MARK BLISS

Southeast Missourian


CAPE GIRARDEAU — A Union Soldier statue tops the fountain in Cape Girardeau’s Ivers square. a monument to Confederate soldiers stands nearby. But there is not statue for former slaves who enlisted in the Union army colored regiments during the Civil War... Read more

JACKSON WITHDRAWS NOMINATION AS

VA CHIEF

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s pick to lead Veterans Affairs, Rommy Jackson, withdrew Thursday in the wake of late-surfacing allegations about overprescribing drugs and poor leadership while serving as a top White House doctor, saying the “false allegations” against him have become a distraction... Read more

EPA CHIEF FACES CAPITOL HILL GRILLING OVER ETHICAL MISSTEPS

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt testified Thursday in potentially make-or-break hearings on Capitol Hill, where he faced questions about spending and ethics scandals that have triggered bipartisan calls for his ouster... Read more

TRUMPS SAYS COHEN REPRESENTED HIM IN ‘STORMY DANIELS DEAL’

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Thursday that his personal attorney Michael Cohen represented him “with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal,” after previously denying any knowledge of a payment Cohen made to the porn actress alleging an affair with Trump... Read more

MAN KILLED MAINE DEPUTY, STOLE HIS CAR AND ROBBED STORE

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A man scheduled to appear in court to face gun charges Wednesday killed a sheriff’s deputy in Maine, stole his cruiser and robbed a convenience store, officials said... Read more

POLICE:

TRUMP’S

TRAVEL BAN LIKELY TO BE UPHELD, JUSTICES INDICATE

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court seemed poised Wednesday to uphold President Donald Trump’s ban on travel to the U.S. by visitors from several Muslim-majority countries, a move that would hand the president a major victory on a controversial signature policy... Read more