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Butler County Health Department receives 50 RAPID tests; waiting list availableThe Butler County Health Department will be getting its COVID-19 RAPID testing machine back next week after sharing it with Dunklin County this week. BCHD administrator Emily Goodin said the department currently has 50 tests available for next week. All appointments for those tests are taken, but the health department is adding people to a waiting list should the health department get additional tests...
Stoddard County confirms fourth COVID-19 death from nursing home outbreakThe Stoddard County Health Center has confirmed the fourth death related to COVID-19 outbreak in Crowley Ridge Care Center. Ben Godwin, director of the Stoddard County Health Center, said the patient was one of the original cases at the Crowley Ridge Care Center. There were 26 residents in the nursing home and eight staff...
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FREE ACCESS — Police: Hamblin considered armed and dangerousThe Poplar Bluff Police Department is looking for Jaquise Hamblin of Poplar Bluff in reference to a shots fired incident. He is considered armed and dangerous.
Local veteran provides COVID aid after retiring homeShortly after returning to his childhood home of Butler County, Col. Doug Rose visited Pennsylvania to aid with COVID-19 relief.
Number of Neelyville graduation tickets up in airNEELYVILLE — With graduation in two weeks, the Neelyville R-IV school district is considering changes to the guidelines.
35th Judicial Circuit to begin in-person proceedingsBLOOMFIELD — The courts of the 35th Judicial Circuit, including Stoddard County, will begin reopening and conducting more in-person proceedings after Memorial Day. No administrative order has been issued by Presiding Circuit Judge Robert Mayer directing the courts to reopen; however, he recently sent a memorandum to attorneys practicing in the circuit regarding court operations and a notice to the Supreme Court...
National Park Service seeks information from public to help locate missing womanVAN BUREN — The National Park Service is seeking information to help locate a missing woman from Mountain View, Missouri. Brittany K. Gorman, age 29, was last seen at a residence west of Mountain View, about 3-4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20. She was believed to be headed to Winona...
Twin Rivers to not host summer school this yearThe Twin Rivers R-X school district will not offer summer school this year amid budget and COVID-19 concerns.
Need for change among key themes at candidate forumChanging the direction of city government and building up the city’s downtown were among the key themes at the Poplar Bluff City Council virtual candidate forum Thursday afternoon at the Greater Poplar Bluff Area Chamber of Commerce. While the event was not open to the public, it was live-streamed on the chamber’s Facebook and YouTube pages. Each of the nine candidate running were allocated five minutes to speak Thursday...
Church helps those in needBy MICHELLE FRIEDRICH Staff Writer Hundreds of area residents received boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables Thursday morning as part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program. For the second week, a drive-thru food distribution center was set up at Mt. Calvary Powerhouse Church in Poplar Bluff...
Step outside: Lakes, rivers, forests open for holiday weekendAfter two months of limited recreation because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many public lands and their associated facilities are beginning to reopen, just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. With warmer temperatures in the forecast, a lot of people will be thinking about getting on the water somewhere, and they have that opportunity at both Wappapello and Clearwater lakes and area rivers...
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- SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Noah Burton, Neelyville (5/23/20)Neelyville High School SPORTS: Baseball, basketball Parents: Aaron and Dee Burton Siblings: JD and Micha Burton Pets: Nala (Pitbull) Plans after high school: Attend Three Rivers College to obtain my AA and transfer to a university to finish my education...
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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Noah Burton, Neelyville (5/23/20)Neelyville High School SPORTS: Baseball, basketball Parents: Aaron and Dee Burton Siblings: JD and Micha Burton Pets: Nala (Pitbull) Plans after high school: Attend Three Rivers College to obtain my AA and transfer to a university to finish my education...
Raiders' An'Nyah Pettus signs to play basketball at Southwest Baptist University (5/21/20)After fighting her way back from injuries her freshman year, Three Rivers’ An’Nyah Pettus became an unsung hero for the Raiders this past season and recently signed to play for Southwest Baptist University. “It was a great fit. It was close to home. ...
Poplar Bluff Park Department baseball, softball leagues getting started under virus guidelines (5/21/20)POPLAR BLUFF — There will be no postgame handshakes and umpires will be calling balls and strikes from a different location, but baseball and softball will be played at McLane Park this summer. Lanny Corcimiglia, director of the Poplar Bluff Parks and Recreation Department, said procedures are being put in place to make the youth and adult summer leagues as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic...
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Elizabeth Gronski, Clearwater (5/21/20)Clearwater High School SPORTS: Volleyball PARENTS: Julie and Jim Gronski SIBLINGS: John Gronski PETS: Ava (Black Lab) PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL: Planning to attend the University of Washington in Seattle to study Mathematics. WHAT DO YOU MISS ABOUT SCHOOL: Seeing my friends and playing volleyball after school...
Bob KinseyRobert “Bob” David Kinsey passed away peacefully at the age of 86 on May 20, 2020, surrounded by...
Richard Roles Sr.Richard Roles Sr., 58, of Poplar Bluff passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020, at Poplar Bluff Regional...
Shirley HamiltonShirley Louise Hamilton, 84 of Poplar Bluff, Mo., passed away Wednesday, May 20, 2020, at her...
Georgia WebbGeorgia L. Webb, 90, of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, died Wednesday, May 20, 2020. She was born to the...
Shirley Mae DaltonGREENVILLE — Shirley Mae Dalton, 84, of Greenville, MO, died Saturday, May 16, 2020. She was born...
Myra Lee Rutledge ClarkSPRINGFIELD — Myra Lee Rutledge Clark, 86, passed away May 15, 2020. She was born June 30, 1933 to...
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