John Burns

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John Burns

John William Burns, 57, of Chaffee passed away Sunday, May 16, 2021 at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Dec. 5, 1963, in Cape Girardeau, son of Carson and Betty Pulliam Burns. John was a graduate of Jackson High School Class of 1983. He worked nearly 38 years...
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Hometown Hero: Dr. John Burns USCG Auxiliary 82 Member

The Cape May Country Coast Guard Community Foundation has announced Dr. John Burns as one of the recipients of their Hometown Heroes Awards for 2021. Each year, the Foundation carefully identifies those who have shown support, dedication and made a difference in unique and memorable ways within the Coast Guard Community by soliciting awardee nominations from Coast Guard personnel and command, and from the community at large.
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Feb. 17 Face of the Day: John Burns

John Burns is an attorney at Evans & Dixon Law Firm. His firm, Burns’ Law Firm, was acquired by Evans & Dixon in 2014, the same year John was diagnosed with coronary artery disease. After experiencing shortness of breath and undergoing an echocardiogram, Burns was told he had a heart...

John Burns Forecasts Apartment Rent Trends Across the U.S.

John Burns Real Estate Consulting predicts apartment demand will bounce back, but when that will happen depends greatly on the market. John Burns broke down its apartment forecasts into four categories: Boomburbs, Braintowns, Downtowns, and Dependables. It will be all sunshine for the Boomburbs this year, which are identified as suburban rental markets. Examples include Austin, Tampa, Charleston, and Phoenix. This market greatly benefitted from the migration out of cities. Rental growth may return to normal next year, but as the vaccines roll out and the pandemic gets under control, rents in these areas may dip 1% to 2%.

Former Secondary School Principal John Burns shares top homeschooling tips

With schools across the country remaining shut for the next few weeks, many families have been forced to make a return to home-schooling, and zoom classes. Parents are now faced with the task of ‘teaching’ their children while also working from home - which has placed an enormous amount of pressure on household across the country.