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Police looking for missing woman

CORNING, Ark. (KAIT) - Corning police need you to be on the lookout for a missing woman. According to Police Chief Jimmy Leach, Connie L. Taylor, 56, was reported missing by one of her sisters. Taylor’s husband said that he last saw her Sunday night, May 22, when she left their home.
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Dexter police investigating vehicle break-ins

DEXTER, Mo. (KFVS) - Police are investigating multiple vehicle break-ins in the area. According to Dexter police, individuals busted out the windows of vehicles on Wednesday and stole purses and wallets. They and multiple other agencies are investigating. They reminded residents to hide any belongings you leave in a vehicle.
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Poplar Bluff seniors graduate, head to state meet

After picking up their diploma and tossing their caps in the air, Poplar Bluff’s five senior state qualifiers hit the road Thursday night. Luke Barousse, Alex Clinton, Devin Gatewood, John-Paul Godwin and Justin Mitchell were able to attend graduation before heading to Jefferson City and the MSHSAA Class 5 track and field championships, which start Friday morning.
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100 Mile Yard Sale This Weekend

(Jackson, MO) The 100 Mile Yard Sale is underway along Missouri Route 25 through Southeast Missouri and officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation wants you to remember the greatest savings of the event could be a life. MoDOT will do its part to bring the safety message to the forefront. Message boards will be in place along the route to alert drivers of the unusual traffic patterns and promote safe driving. The yard sale began Thursday morning and runs from Jackson to Kennett passing through Gordonville, Dexter, Delta, and Bloomfield.
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Dexter atheletes receive All District and Region softball awards

Three Dexter High School softball athletes earned All District and All Region Awards. Amelia Jenkins received 1st team All-District and 2nd team All Region as a pitcher. Kinleigh Chappell received 1st team All District as an infielder. Kennedy Bess received 1st team All District and 2nd team All Region as a catcher.
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Multi-county pursuit on US Highway 60 leads to arrest of Poplar Bluff man

A Poplar Bluff man has been arrested following a pursuit that began in Poplar Bluff and ended in Dexter. Lieutenant Josh Stewart with the Poplar Bluff Police Department reports that the incident started following a report of a stolen vehicle. Around 7 a.m. Tuesday, officers with the Poplar Bluff Police Department responded to Eugene Boulevard regarding a stolen vehicle. Around 8:45 am, officers learned that the victim had spotted the vehicle at O’Reilly Auto Parts. Officers responded to that area and located the vehicle southbound on Business 67. The vehicle then turned onto Park Avenue where officers attempted to make a traffic stop, at that point the suspect failed to yield and a pursuit ensued. The suspect continued eastbound on Highway 60 through Dudley and then into Dexter. Spike strips were deployed in Dexter and the vehicle came to a stop. The suspect was removed from the vehicle and taken into custody. He was identified as 28-year-old Kory Paul. He is facing charges of stealing a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.
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Poplar Bluff's Lipsey signs to play soccer at St. Charles

Poplar Bluff’s Zak Lipsey is joining a nationally-ranked soccer program in the fall after recently signing his National Letter of Intent. Lipsey will play for St. Charles Community College after the Cougars reached the semifinals of the NJCAA national this past season. “It was my goal from freshman year,...
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The MAIN EVENT — Area honors veterans over Memorial Day weekend

This week, the Main Event is honoring veterans. The Poplar Bluff community will have two opportunities to honor veterans Memorial Day weekend: Saturday at the veterans section of the city cemetery and Monday at the Black River Coliseum. The American Legion Auxiliary will continue a 30-plus year tradition by placing...
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Missouri Man Accused Of Money Laundering, Theft of Firearm

A 30-year-old Poplar Bluff, Missouri man was accused early Sunday morning of money laundering and theft of a firearm, according to arrest reports. Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Josh Davis reported stopping a red Hyundai for an expired registration and an equipment violation at 2:56 a.m. Sunday, May 22, 2022, on Interstate 30 west at mile marker 110. Davis reported smelling a marijuana odor emitting from the vehicle as he contacted the driver.
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Officials urge safety on the water this Memorial Day weekend

WAPPAPELLO, Mo. (KFVS) - Memorial Day weekend is coming up and officials want you to be safe as you get out in the water. We bring you to Wappapello Lake where an influx of people will come out to swim or boat in the water this three-day weekend. “The first...
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Hopkins County authorities nab Missouri man, say $66K found in sack

HOPKINS COUNTY, Texas (KLTV) - A Poplar Bluff, Missouri man was arrested in Hopkins County and is facing charges of money laundering and theft of a firearm. According to an arrest report, a deputy with the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office made a traffic stop on a vehicle Sunday for expired registration as well as an equipment violation.
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Fishing event, fish fry held for southeast Mo. veterans

BLOOMFIELD, Mo. (KFVS) - About 60 southeast Missouri veterans took part recently in a veterans’ fishing event and fish fry at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Bloomfield. A dozen of those veterans are associated with the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center. According to a release from the...
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Dexter police investigating vehicle break-ins

Dexter police are investigating multiple vehicle break-ins in the area. On Wednesday, some individuals busted windows out of vehicles and stole purses and wallets. The police department wants to remind you to be diligent when leaving your belongings visible inside of your vehicle. Do your best to hide those items if you’re going to be away for an extended period of time. Dexter PD and multiple other agencies are working these investigations. Any information can be forwarded to Sgt. Robinson, Detective Moore, or Detective Forkum.
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