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  1. J.B. Tolliver
    — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Twila Hope Dunscombe

   — Wappapello, Mo.

Marsha McCluskey

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Charles B. Adams, Jr.,

   — Dexter, Mo.

Jewel E. Hale

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Wintfard James White, Sr.

   — Silva, Mo.

Dennis Scott

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Bob Becker

   — Williamsville, Mo.

Ruth Patterson

   — Festus, Mo.

Anita Link

   — Jefferson City, Mo.

Dorothy Juanita (Rice) Isbell

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

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By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


Poplar Bluff’s track and field program is already seeing the benefits of having an on-campus facility with more students running, throwing and jumping this spring... Read more

BY  ANDREW DEMILLO

Associated Press


LITTLE ROCK (AP) — After nearly a dozen years without an execution, Arkansas is racing to put eight men to death next month over a 10-day period — an unprecedented timetable the state says is necessary because one of the three ingredients in the lethal injection will soon expire.... Read more

EMS WORKERS

SAVE DOG

TWIN RIVERS OKs $1.9M PROJECT

PHILADELPHIA PROSECUTOR

IS CHARGED

BY  JIM SUHR

Associated Press


KANSAS CITY (AP) — Planned Parenthood pressed a federal judge Tuesday to block abortion-restricting Missouri rules similar to Texas ones struck down last year by the U.S. Supreme Court, while an attorney for Missouri countered that undoing the Missouri regulations could endanger women... Read more

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

DAR Associated Editor


Two local emergency medical responders were reunited Tuesday afternoon with the injured German shepherd they recently rescued after she was struck by a vehicle... Read more

EMILY KNOPPE SWINGS FOR STARS

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


Emily Knoppe found her power at the plate because of her work ethic and few special coaches... Read more

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

DAR Associate Editor


CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – A Campbell, Mo., man was sentenced to nearly 13 years in federal prison Wednesday afternoon for a string of five armed robberies... Read more

FED JUDGE

DEFERS ON MO. ABORTION RULES

PBHS TO

REVISIT SCHOOL FLEX PROGRAM

By PAT PRATT

DAR Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff High School seniors who wish to work or attend college once they near graduation may soon have more ability to do so. School administrators hope to increase participation in a long-standing but seldom used program ... Read more

NATION

POPLAR BLUFF SENIORS, FROM LEFT, DYLAND WORLEY, ADAM VINCENT, JORDYN GOBLE, BRANTLY JAMES, LEXI HAFFORD, DANARIUS MOORE, JADE MCCAIN AND JERRID MOORE LEAD THE MULES TRACK AND FIELD PROGRAM THIS SPRING. DAR/Brian Rosener

PREP TRACK & FIELD

TWIN RIVERS SENIOR TO PLAY

SOFTBALL AT GREENVILLE, Ill. COLLEGE

5 ARMED ROBBERIES IN ALL

By CHELSAE CORDIA

DAR Staff Writer


BROSELEY — Renovations will soon be underway in the Twin Rivers R-X school district. At last night’s board of education meeting, members unanimously approved nearly $2 million in least purchase financing through St. Louis based L.J. Hart & Company... Read more

SPORTS

US EDGES JAPAN, ADVANCES TO FINAL

By GREG BEACHAM

Associated Press


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Luke Gregerson’s final striker breezed past Nobuhiro Matsuda, and the rain-drenched American players celebrated on the field while a soaked crowd roared through the evening mist... Read more

UNITED STATES’ BUSTER POSEY, LEFT, AND LUKE GREGERSON CELEBRATE AFTER THE UNITED STATES DEFEATED JAPAN, 2-1, IN A SEMIFINAL IN THE WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC IN LOS ANGELES ON TUESDAY. AP/Chris Carlson

BUTLER COUNTY EMS PARAMEDIC ARIKA WILKERSON (LEFT) AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN ALEXANDRIA PETTY WERE REUNITED TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH THE GERMAN SHEPHERD THEY RECENTLY RESCUED AFTER IT WAS HIT BY A VEHICLE ON NORTH WESTWOOD BOULEVARD. Photo provided

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The city’s top prosecutor accepted more than $100,000 in luxury gifts, Caribbean trips and cash, often in exchange for official favors including help with a court case, according to a bribery and extortion indictment unsealed Tuesday.... Read more

GORSUCH UNSCATHED

GOING INTO FINAL DAY OF HEARING

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch enters the third day of his confirmation hearing — and his final day of testimony — largely unscathed by Democratic attacks, as Republicans confidently predict he will win Senate approval despite liberal opposition.... Read more

LOOSE SNAKE SLEEPS ON ALASKA FLIGHT

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Anna McConnaughy was flying to Alaska’s largest city when the announcement came over the intercom: a passenger on a previous flight had brought a pet snake on board.... Read more

MANAFORT HAD PLAN TO BENEFIT PUTIN GOVERNMENT

BY  JEFF HORWITZ and

CHAD DAY

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics, the Associated Press has learned. The work appears to contradict assertions by the Trump administration and Manafort himself that he never worked for Russian interests.... Read more