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Dexter Man Arrested by the MSHP

A Dexter man was arrested by the MSHP Wednesday afternoon. 20 year old Dalton Norman was arrested on a felony Stoddard County warrant for tampering with a motor vehicle and possession of marijuana. He was taken to the Stoddard County Jail and is held with no bond.
DEXTER, MO
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Almost Yesterday: Malden School System Expands Service

It seems like Almost Yesterday that the Malden, Missouri School System introduced a new era in southeast Missouri education. With the beginning of the 1957-1958 school year, the Malden schools, for the very first time, provided special education classes for handicapped children. Approved by the state Department of Education, Malden...
MALDEN, MO
Picture for Almost Yesterday: Malden School System Expands Service
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Poplar Bluff man in custody on child molestation charge

A Poplar Bluff man is in custody in Butler County on a child molestation charge. Butler County Chief Deputy Wesley Popp reports that 57-year-old Michael Haga was arrested on Monday following allegations that he inappropriately touched a child under the age of 14. During an interview with a Butler County Deputy, Haga allegedly admitted to the allegations. Popp says that Haga has been booked into the Butler County Justice Center on charges of first-degree child molestation and child endangerment. His bond was set at $250,000.
BUTLER COUNTY, MO
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First Phase of Major Butler County Project Underway

SIKESTON-Construction of the first phase of the U.S. Route 67/Future I-57 project in Butler County is underway. This work includes upgrading the Route 160/158 interchange south of Poplar Bluff, Missouri. The interchange will be reconfigured with two roundabouts in place of the current loop ramps in the northwest and southeast quadrants.
BUTLER COUNTY, MO
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Campbell Library Part of Festival Fun

Campbell will be a busy place on Saturday with the Main Street Festival and Farmer’s Market Fall Festival. Julie Orf says Campbell Library will be involved in the fun. This is the second year the library has been part of the festival.
CAMPBELL, MO
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Two dogs die in house fire

KENNETT, Mo. (KAIT) – Crews responded to a house fire in Kennett Tuesday evening. Fire Marshal Dennis Hamlett said they got a call at 4:15 p.m. about the fire on the 500-block of West 9th Street. Firefighters on the scene said it was a small kitchen fire that spread...
KENNETT, MO
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MoDOT discussing next phase of Future I-57 in upcoming public meeting

SIKESTON, Mo. (KFVS) - The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting to discuss a proposed project. A project that will lead to the upgrade of the U.S. Route 67 in Butler County to four lanes in preparation for Future I-57. The proposal includes upgrading Route 67 to interstate standards, starting from the Route 160/158 interchange south of Poplar Bluff, Mo., to the Missouri/Arkansas state line.
BUTLER COUNTY, MO
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Wreckage of car found in Mississippi River near New Madrid

NEW MADRID, Mo. (KBSI) – Parts of a car were found in the Mississippi River near New Madrid on Sunday, Oct. 2. A couple reported finding a car in the mud at the bottom of the New Madrid boat ramp Sunday afternoon, according to the New Madrid Police Department.
NEW MADRID, MO
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Campbell Farmers Market Holding Fall Festival

The Campbell Farmer’s Market is holding its Fall Festival Saturday. Kim Huber says the event is from 11 am to 7 pm and over 40 vendors will be there. There will be entertainment through the day, giveaways, and a cornhole tournament.
CAMPBELL, MO
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Tennessee Woman Arrested by MSHP

A Tennessee woman was arrested by the MSHP Tuesday night in Pemiscot County. 29 year old Haylee Schuler of Bradford was arrested for felony possession of methamphetamine and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. She was taken to the PCJC and later released.
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Burn ban issued for Lilbourn

LILBOURN, Mo. (KFVS) - The city of Lilbourn is now under a burn ban. The Lilbourn Volunteer Fire Department announced the ban on their Facebook page. The ban will be in effect until further notice.
LILBOURN, MO
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Dexter senior defender back healthy and being a 'playmaker'

CARUTHERSVILLE – Earlier this football season when Dexter senior two-way starters Kaeden Kennedy and Logan Josupait were injured, you could feel the pain in first-year Bearcat coach Chad Jamerson’s voice when he would broach the subject. “Those are two young men that you are never going to be...
DEXTER, MO
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Council Agrees to Purchase New Truck

During last night’s Kennett City Council meeting, there was a lot of discussion about whether the city could afford a new truck for the fire department. Chief Lance Davis told the Council that the Squad 51 truck used for medical calls was purchased in 2005 to pull the department’s trailer and equipment.
KENNETT, MO
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Murder Suspect Arraigned

A murder suspect was arraigned yesterday in Pemiscot County. 18 year old Zy-Quan Williams entered a plea of not guilty in the shooting death of 19 year old Hershel Grant of Hayti. Grant was shot on the night of September 23 in Caruthersville and died the next morning in Memphis.
HAYTI, MO
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Lady Bearcats sweep Doniphan on senior night

The Dexter volleyball team honored its four senior members Tuesday night — then celebrated with a victory. Seniors Rachel Cobb, Caitlin Giles, Carly Long and Molly Simmons were recognized before Tuesday’s match. Then after the celebration, Dexter got down to business and sent the seniors out with a final win on their home court, a 25-13, 25-13, 25-14 win over Doniphan.
DEXTER, MO
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MSHP Makes Arrest in Stoddard County

A Stoddard County man was arrested by the MSHP last night. 18 year old Michael Jones of Advance was arrested for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and traffic charges. He was taken to the Stoddard County Sheriff’s Department.
STODDARD COUNTY, MO
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