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Juanita Cooley

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Reba Provance

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Harry Midkiff

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SPORTS

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POPLAR BLUFF QUARTERBACK ZANE FOUST (12) IS CONSOLED BY CENTER ZACK THOMAS, AS TEAMMATES JAMES OSBORN (73), PRESTON BURROUGHS (75) AND TYSON COX (89) WALK OFF THE FIELD FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE PIT IN JACKSON, MO. FOLLOWING A SEMO NORTH CONFERENCE GAME. FOUST THREW A RECORD 521 PASSING YARDS IN A LOSS.  DAR/Brian Rosener

Poplar Bluff, Missouri

VIDEO DEMAND CONTROLS 5TH DAY CHARLOTTE PROTESTS

FOUST PASSES RECORD AS POPLAR BLUFF LATE COMEBACK FALLS SHORT

CITY ‘CHANGED FOREVER’ AS AUTHORITIES HUNT WASH. STATE MALL GUNMAN

IOWA BRACES FOR FLOODING WITH RAIN ON THE WAY

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


JACKSON — Zane Foust threw for more passing yards in a single game than anyone in the history of the SEMO Conference on Friday night... Read more

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Volunteers filled sandbags and homeowners began moving things out of the basements on Saturday in preparation for flooding along the Cedar River in Iowa... Read more

BUTLER COUNTY FAIR STARTS MONDAY

By CHELSAE CORDIA

Staff Writer


The Butler County Fair kicks off Monday, Sept. 26-Oct. 1, at the Black River Coliseum and Ray Clinton park... Read more

RTDD TO SEEK MORE FUNDING FOR SHELBY

HARBOR FREIGHT, OTHERS TO OPEN ON WESTWOOD BLVD.

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


Opening dates for a new retailer and new restaurant have been set for this year, while the names of tenants for a new shopping area on Westwood Boulevard have been released... Read more

By MEG KINNARD

and JONATHAN DREW

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Amid anxiety and uncase over the police shooting of a black man, demonstrations in Charlotte have gone from violent to peaceful, although demands to see video of the encounter remain at the forefront of discussions for those taking to the streets... Read more

CLINTON,

TRUMP LOOK TO OVERCOME WEAKNESSES ON DEBATE STAGE

BOY MOWS FOR FREE FOR SINGLE MOMS, DISABLED

ROGERSVILLE, Mo. (AP) — A 13-year-old southern Missouri boy who’s mowing lawns for free for single mothers, senior citizens and the disabled isn’t letting typical teenager distractions cut into his charitable ambitions... Read more

GREEN WAVE EDGE HAYTI TO EXTEND STREAK

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


HAYTI — After three straight weeks of being nearly unstoppable, the Malden machine was pushed to the brink... Read more

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


Just under $7 million in additional bonds will be sought to complete the funding of a 2.5-mile extension of Shelby Road... Read more

HENTZ CENTER TO CLOSE, BOYS, GIRLS CLUB MOVES

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Building structural problems at the Hentz Center are forcing Boys and Girls club of Poplar Bluff to move from its long-time home... Read more

LIMITED TICKETS FOR WOMEN AWARE AVAIL.

From Staff Reports


If you failed to register or reserve a booth for the Women Aware Inc.’s 29th annual conference “A Fresh Brewed Life from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday you are in luck. A limited number of tickets and booths are still available for the event at the Black River Coliseum, Poplar Bluff, Mo... Read more

By PHUONG LE

and MANUEL VALDES

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BURLINGTON, Wash. (AP) — A gunman police said killed five people in a Washington state mall remained at large Saturday as authorities appealed for help in identifying the suspect but said there were no indications the slayings north of Seattle were a terrorist act... Read more

By JULIE PACE

AP White House Correspondent


WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump needs to prove to voters that he has the policy depth and gravitas to serve as commander in chief. Hillary Clinton needs a moment to connect with Americans who question whether she can be trusted... Read more