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CAMPAIGN LIMITS TO STAY ON MO. BALLOT

SPORTS

MULES HIT 4 HOME RUNS TO WIN DEBUT AT STRENFEL FIELD

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


Softballs were flying out of Poplar Bluff’s new home Thursday... Read more

By SUMMER BALLENTINE

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — A judge ruled Thursday that Missouri voters should be allowed to decide whether to reinstate limits on campaign contributions, rejecting an effort to keep the measure off the November ballot... Read more

ECONOMIC GROWTH IS SLUGGISH

CLIMATE CHANGE: AN ISSUE THAT POLARIZES AMERICANS

MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER CONRAD PURNELL, WHO IS ASSIGNED TO NEW MADRID AND PEMISCOT COUNTIES, GESTURES AT THE CADETS AS THEY PARTICIPATE IN PT. Photos provided

BOYS, GIRLS CLUB ENSURES LEARNING CONTINUES

NEELYVILLE PARSES

STUDENT NUMBERS

PATROL GIVES YOUTH A TASTE OF ITS ACADEMY

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


Ten teenagers from across Southeast Missouri recently got a small glimpse into what Missouri State Highway Patrol recruits experience during its six-month training academy... Read more

By CHELSAE CORDIA

Staff Writer


Low enrollment numbers were a topic of discussion at Neelyville R-IV’s Board of Education meeting Thursday... Read more

MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL CPL. RICHIE AYERS TALKS TO THE CADETS ABOUT HIS DUTIES WITH THE MARINE DIVISION.

POPLAR BLUFF’S EMILY BARRY (8) TOUCHES HOME PLATE BEFORE LAUREN ALEXANDER, RIGHT, IS MET BY TEAMMATES AFTER HITTING A THREE-RUN HOME RUN IN THE FOURTH INNING THURSDAY AFTERNOON AT BOBBY STRENFEL FIELD.

MULES RALLY FOR 1ST WIN

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


SIKESTON — Jazlyn Barnes rallied from a 6-5 deficit by breaking her opponent’s serve twice as the senior sealed Poplar Bluff’s first win of the season Thursday... Read more

BELL TAKES FLIGHT IN JAVELIN, PLACES 4TH AT JR. OLYMPICS

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


When Logan Bell’s not handling the pigskin as quarterback for the Poplar Bluff Mules, he can usually be found perfecting another throwing technique... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF SENIORS, FROM LEFT, (FRONT ROW) LUCY JOHNSON, JADE MCCAIN, KRISTIN COOPER, LEXI VAUGHN, (BACK) BLAKE ODOM, AUSTIN WALKER, TERRY FLANIGAN, DANARIUS MOORE, BRANTLY JAMES, JOHN MYERS AND (NOT PICTURED) PRESTON JENSON LEAD THE MULES CROSS COUNTRY TEAM THIS FALL.

RUNNERS TAKE TO HILLS NEAR NEW CAMPUS

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


The new high school campus might be a perfect training base for the Poplar Bluff cross country team... Read more

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Boys and Girls Club of Poplar Bluff just wrapped up its summer learning program, citing 71-percent of members showing academic improvement in 2016... Read more

NATION

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

AP Economics Writer


WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy expanded at a sluggish 1.1 percent pace this spring as businesses sharply reduced their stockpiles of goods and spent less on new buildings and equipment.. Read more

By SETH BORENSTEIN

AP Science Writer


WASHINGTON (AP) — Tempers are rising in America, along with the temperatures.. Read more

NUNS’ MURDER LEAVES VOID IN COMMUNITY

DURANT, Miss. (AP) — In the rural Mississippi community they served, two nuns found slain in their home “would do anything for anybody,” friends said.. Read more

STRONG AFTERSHOCKS SHAKE ITALY

WORLD

By PAOLO SANTALUCIA

and NICOLE WINFIELD

Associated Press


AMATRICE, Italy (AP) — Strong aftershocks damaged two key access roads into quake-struck Amatrice on Friday, threatening to isolate the tiny hilltop town as hopes dimmed that firefighters would find any more survivors from the earthquake that killed at least 267 people.. Read more

HIKER DESCRIBES HARROWING ORDEAL

By NICK PERRY

Associated Press


WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Pavlina Pizova says she couldn’t free her partner after he slipped down an icy bank and became wedged between rocks and branches. After he died, she stayed with him through the freezing night.. Read more