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STATE

ST. LOUIS GUN BURGLARIES HIGHLIGHT NATIONAL TREND

CRESTWOOD (AP) — Two recent gun store robberies in eastern Missouri are the latest examples of a growing national crime trend... Read more

TIGERS SINK 3S, DEXTER

BY KYLE SMITH

DAR Sports Writer


SIKESTON, Mo. – The Dexter Bearcats picked their poison Friday night.... Read more

JOPLIN (AP) — Insurance companies have classified Missouri as one of three state deemed “high-risk” for deer collisions... Read more

STREET DEPT. SUPER FATE UNKNOWN

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff city officials have not released information concerning the fate of a street department superintendent who was bound over for trial Monday on charges of threatening another employee with a shotgun.... Read more

KEARBEY

FIRST BABY

FROM UTERUS TRANSPLANT BORN IN U.S.

BY MARILYNN MARCHIONE

AP Chief Medical Writer


The first birth as a result of a womb transplant in the United States has occurred in Texas, a milestone for the U.S. but one achieved several years ago in Sweden... Read more

TRUMP ALTERS STORY ON WHY

HE FIRED FLYNN

BY CALVIN WOODWARD

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump changed his story Saturday on why he fired Michael Flynn as his national security adviser, now suggesting he knew a the time that Flynn had lied to the FBI as well as to Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russians during the presidential transition... Read more

MISSOURI

LEADING CALIF. EGG LAWSUIT

BY DAVID A. LIEB

Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — More than a dozen states banded together Monday to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block a California law requiring any eggs sold there to come from hens that have space to stretch out in their cages... Read more

BORDER

ARRESTS PLUNGE, DEPORTATION ARRESTS SOAR

BY ELLIOTT SPAGAT

Associated Press


SAN DIEGO (AP) — The federal government, in the most complete statistical snapshot of immigration enforcement under President Donald Trump, says Border Patrol arrests plunged to a 45-year low while arrests by deportation officers soared... Read more

SUPREME COURT ALLOWS FULL ENFORCEMENT

TO TRAVEL BAN

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by residents of six mostly Muslim countries... Read more

TAX BILL, THE HEALTH LAW & MEDICARE

BY RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — The tax overhaul republicans are pushing toward final votes in Congress could undermine the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance markets and add to the financial squeeze on Medicare over time... Read more

CHANGES TO MISSOURI TERM LIMITS PROPOSED

BY MARK BLISS

SEMO News Service


State Rep. Donna Lichtenegger wants to change term limits in Missouri government to allow lawmakers to serve longer in the House and Senate... Read more

DEXTER’S CLAY MULLINS PUTS UP A SHOOT AGAINST CAPE CENTRAL IN THE THIRD PLACE GAME OF THE SEMO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ON FRIDAY IN SIKESTON, MO. STANDARD DEMOCRAT/DAVID JENKINS

GREITENS NEVER SHARED VISION

FOR EDUCATION

SPRINGFIELD (AP) — Missouri’s recently ousted education commissioner, Margie Vandeven, said she had limited contact with Gov. Eric Greitens and his staff and is not aware of anything she did to cause his successful efforts to have her fired last week... Read more

FEDS ASK $6.5M PUNISHMENT FOR CAPE SURGEON

BY MARK BLISS

SEMO News Service


Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to order Cape Girardeau neurosurgeon Sonjay Fonn and fiancee Deborah Seeger to pay $6.53 million in penalties and “treble damages” after being convicted of submitting false and fraudulent Medicare and Medicaid claims... Read more

DANNY WHITELEY TOP COP

BY MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

DAR  Associate Editor


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Poplar Bluff Chief of Police Danny Whiteley was named the year’s “Top Cop” Thursday nigth by the Missouri Police Chiefs Association.... Read more

STATE GROUP NAMES PBPD CHIEF

SPRINGFIELD CHIEF OF POLICE PAUL WILLIAMS (LEFT) PRESENTS POPLAR BLUFF CHIEF OF POLICE DANNY WHITELEY WITH THE MISSOURI POLIE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION’S DONALD “RED” LEOHR CHIEF OF THE YEAR AWARD DURING THE ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL BANQUET HELD THURSDAY NIGHT IN JEFFERSON CITY, MO. PHOTO PROVIDED

CITY SIDEWALKS FRUSTRATE WHEELCHAIR-BOUND NURSE

BY CHELSAE CORDIA

DAR Staff Writer


Diana Dye lives one-tenth of a mile from the Dollar General Store in Downtown Poplar Bluff. Getting there should be an easy trip, but because of poor sidewalk conditions, she is subjected to a haphazard route; Dye travels deftly along Vine until Broadway Street, where she then turns against traffic because her motorized wheelchair can’t make it safely onto the sidewalk. She then maneuvers around parked cars until she reaches the dimly lit parking garage.... Read more

(ABOVE) THE DRIVE WHEELS OF DIANA DYE’S POWERED WHEELCHAIR SPIN IN PLACE ON A SECTION OF STEEPLY-SLOPED CURB AT THE INTERSECTION OF BROADWAY AND VINE STREETS. NUMEROUS SUCH CURBS LEAVE HER UNABLE TO TRAVEL THROUGH MUCH OF POPLAR BLUFF’S DOWNTOWN AREA WITHOUT TAKING LONG DETOURS.

(RIGHT) DIANA DYE SITS OUTSIDE HER RESIDENCE AT TEH VINE STREET APARTMENTS. DYE SAYS SHE CANNOT ACCESS SEVERAL SIDEWALKS IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA BECAUSE MANY CURB TRANSITIONS ARE TOO STEEP FOR HER MOTORIZED HEELCHAIR PHOTO PROVIDED

SCHOOL BOARD

FILINGS OPEN TUESDAY

BY DENISE KINDER

DAR Staff Writer


Area school districts are preparing for their upcoming elections with the opening of board of education filing beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12..... Read more

SHARP, BLUEJAYS TOP COLD-SHOOTING MULES

BY KYLE SMITH

DAR Sports Writer


SIKESTON, Mo. – Cold shooting and Demarcus Sharp proved to be the thorns in Poplar Bluff’s side Friday night.... Read more

PINE GROVE TOPS DEXTER FOR TITLE

BY KYLE SMITH

DAR Sports Writer


The defending Mississippi Class 1 state champion Pine Grove Panthers scored 22 straight points over the middle two quarters Saturday and rolled to a 47-34 victory Saturday int he SEMO Border Challenge girls basketball tournament at Poplar Bluff High School.... Read more