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APR 24, 2014 220TH DEPLOYMENT DRAWS NIXON TO FESTUS


(Festus) The Deployment ceremony for the 220th Engineering Company takes place Friday night inside the Festus High School Gym ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 U-S NEWS PICKS BEST MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOLS


(New York) Some good things are happening in classrooms according to the annual survey of Best High Schools by U-S News ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 SEMO REGIONAL PLANNING RECOMMENDS ROAD PROJECTS (Audio)


(Perryville) 39 individual road and bridge projects were recommended by the Southeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission to be included in a master plan for the state department of transportation ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 CAREER PLANNING OFFERED AT MAC (Audio)


(Park Hills) 67% of incoming Freshman at Mineral Area College are undecided about what major they should declare or what future job they are interested in ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 MARCH FOR BABIES MOVED


(Farmington) The March for Babies tonight in Farmington is set to take place but the location for the opening ceremonies has moved ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 HE WAS AT THE FIRST AZALEA FESTIVAL (Audio)


(Fredericktown) He was at the first Azalea Festival in Fredericktown and is the President
of the four day event again this year ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 NORTH COUNTY BAND BOOSTERS TO HOLD CAR SHOW (Audio)


(Bonne Terre) The North County Band Boosters will hold a Car Show and Craft Fair on Saturday, May 17th ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 FREDERICKTOWN SCHOOLS PART OF AZALEA FESTIVAL (Audio)


(Fredericktown) It's Azalea time in Madison County as every group and organization is preparing for the four day celebration ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 PLANNING FOR FREDERICKTOWN SUMMER SCHOOL UNDERWAY (Audio)


(Fredricktown) Planning is underway for the summer school curriculum in the Fredricktown district ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 FARMINGTON CHURCH YOU ARE THE LIGHT MISSION (Audio)


(Farmington) The First Baptist Church in Farmington has begun the planning process for it's annual You Are the Light Mission Project ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 SEMO REGIONAL PLANNING AIR MEETING FRIDAY (Audio)


(Perryville) Water will be part of the discussion for the Air Quality Committee
of the Southeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission Friday ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 NORTH COUNTY NEEDS HELP WITH BACKPACK PROGRAM (Audio)


(Bonne Terre) The North County School District is asking for the public's help with the Backpack Program is does for children in need ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 INMATE DEATH AT BONNE TERRE PRISON




(Bonne Terre) An inmate has died at the Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Bonne Terre ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 EXPANSION OF STE. GENEVIEVE PRESCHOOL EXPLORED (Audio)


(Ste, Geneviev) A committee has been named to explore the expansion of the preschool program in the Sainte Genevieve school district ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 PIEDMONT MAN HURT IN MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT




(Piedmont) A motorcycle accident in Wayne County has left a Piedmont man seriously injured ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 FARMINGTON WOMAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT




(Farmington) A Farmington woman was seriously injured Wednesday afternoon in a traffic accident in St ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT. NEEDS TRANSLATORS (Audio)


(JEFFERSON COUNTY) The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is in need of volunteers to be on call translators ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 FESTUS MAN FOUND DEAD IN APARTMENT (Audio)


(Festus) A Festus man was pronounced dead Sunday morning after Festus Police were called to the Timberwick Apartments ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 FATALITY IN FESTUS - OFF ROAD VEHICLE VS TWO CARS


(Festus) A Festus man who was driving a Polaris Side-by-Side was killed in a head on collision last night in Festus ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 PEVELY BOARD VOTES OUT CITY LAWYER IN CLOSED SESSION (Audio)


(PEVELY) The Pevely Board of Alderman decided they don't want their city lawyer anymore ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 MAYOR SAYS HE JUST LEARNED FATHER-IN-LAW IS WWII VET (Audio)


(CRYSTAL CITY) Mayor Tom Schilley of Crystal City got quite a surprise last week ...Read More

APR 24, 2014 $6-MILLION TO BE SPENT THIS SUMMER ON SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION (Audio)


(Farmington) This will be a busy summer with a variety of work being done in the Farmington school district after voters approved a bond issue earlier this month ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 REP. ENGLER ON NIXON TAX VETO (Audio)


(Jefferson City) Governor Nixon is preparing to veto the tax cut bill sent to him by the Republican-led Missouri Legislature ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 FREDERICKTOWN AG TEACHER TO RETIRE (Audio)




(Fredericktown) A long time teacher in the Fredericktown School District is retiring at the end of this school year ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR OF RESURRECTION (THE RETURNED) JASON MOTT


(Arcadia) A new television show on ABC has perked up some interest in southeast Missouri ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 DOWNTOWN PARK HILLS STREET CONSTRUCTION (Audio)


(Park Hills) The replacement of the driving lanes in downtown Park Hills will cause street closures and traffic delays ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH WALK COMING UP (Audio)




(Farmington) The second annual St ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 ST.PAUL AUCTION A WEEK AWAY (Audio)




(Farmington) This year's St ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 WASHINGTON COUNTY ACCIDENT INJURES 7




(Cadet) Seven people were hurt, two seriously, in a two vehicle accident on Tuesday in Washington County ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 FARMINGTON TO GRADUATE 15 STUDENTS WITH A-A DEGREES (Audio)


(Farmington)   75% of the junior's and senior's at Farmington High School are taking at least one class from Mineral Area College ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 ROUSAN FAMILY SPEAKS ON ROUSAN EXECUTION (Audio)


(Bonne Terre) The man convicted of killing a St ...Read More

APR 23, 2014 COLLEGE STUDENT WINS $1,000 (Audio)


(Farmington) The Early Bird Drawing for a fundraiser at St ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 ROUSAN EXECUTED THIS MORNING


(Bonne Terre) The man convicted of killing a St ...Read More

APRIL 22, 2014 SERIOUS JEFFERSON COUNTY ACCIDENT


(Jefferson County) A DeSoto man was seriously injured after a two vehicle accident in Jefferson County this (TUESDAY) morning ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 FARMINGTON SCHOOL BOARD MET (Audio)


(Farmington) The Farmington School Board elected new officers at Tuesday night's meeting ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 WEST COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL UPDATE (Audio)


(Leadwood) With the passage of their bond issue earlier this month, the West County School board is moving ahead with plans to build a new middle school ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 BISMARCK LUNCH PRICES GO UP (Audio)


(Bismarck) Lunch prices will increase slightly next year in the Bismarck School District ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 VALLEY R-6 BOARD MET (Audio)


(Caledonia) Three board members took the oath of office at last week's Valley R-6 school board meeting ...Read More

APRIL 22, 2014 MODOT STARTS TRASH BASH CAMPAIGN (Audio)


(Missouri) The Missouri Department of Transportation is in the middle of it's No More Trash Bash in April ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 CROWN MOTORS HELPING FARMINGTON FFA ON SATURDAY (Audio)




(Farmington) Crown Motors and the Farmington FFA Chapter are teaming up to hold a special event this Saturday ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 HUMMING BIRDS ARE BACK


(Jefferson County) Humming Birds started showing up in Missouri earlier this month ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 $3,000 FOR DOE RUN, MO CLEAN UP (Audio)


(Farmington) It cost almost $3,000 to pick up the trash in Doe Run over a two day period ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 ST.F RANCOIS COUNTY CHAPTER OF HABITAT TO HOLD GROUNDBREAKING WEDNE


(Park Hills) Wednesday will be an historic day for the St ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 DR. BOATWRIGHT TALKS ALLERGIES (Interview)


(Farmington) The spring pollen season is back, even after a miserable winter ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 SNEEZIN' SEASON IS BACK (Audio)


(Farmington) It was thought the long, cold and severe winter weather would lessen the spring pollen season ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 OUTDOOR BURNING RULES IN FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) Outdoor burning is a natural progression during Springtime, but there are some
rules to follow in the Farmington city limits ...Read More

APR 22, 2014 KEEP BAKER BEAUTIFUL DAY (Story and Interview)


(Wayne County) The Read More

APR 22, 2014 TWO VALLE MINES RESIDENTS HURT IN ACCIDENT


(Valle Mines) Two people were hurt last night in a two vehicle accident in St ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 E-CIGS MAY SEE NEW STATE REGULATIONS (Audio)


(JEFFERSON CITY) E-Cigarettes ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 MISS MARQUAND TO BE CROWNED SATURDAY (Audio)


(Marquand) The crowning of Miss Marquand this Saturday will benefit their college future ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 ROUSAN APPEALING EXECUTION (Audio)


(St ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 G-T-O PLAYING FREE MUSIC FOR NUTRITION CENTER (Audio)


(Park Hills) Good time oldies music will be heard Saturday afternoon at the St ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 NEW OFFICIERS FOR CRYSTAL CITY PD (Audio)


(CRYSTAL CITY) The Crystal City Police Department has two new officers ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 AUTISTIC HILLSBORO TEEN MISSING, RETURNS


(HILLSBORO) A Hillsboro autistic teenager returned home after deemed missing Sunday ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 MO SUPREME COURT CAN NOT DECIDE WHAT YOU SHOULD TO WEAR (Audio)


How should you dress in a courtroom. It's a question the Missouri Supreme Court tried to decide. Attorney Scott Harness says the court asked a lot of people a simple question ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 FESTUS PUBLIC LIBRARY BOOK SALE SATURDAY


(FESTUS)  There is a book sale on Saturday at the Festus Library. Director Kathy Condon-Boettcher says there is a huge variety ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 FARM SERVICE AGENCY TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETINGS (Audio)


(Fredericktown/Greenville) The Farm Service Agency with the USDA will hold a couple of public meetings this month ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 MINERAL AREA COLLEGE PART OF NATIONAL PROGRAM (Audio)


(Park Hills) Missouri has been chosen to participate in a national program that aims to increase completion rates at the state’s two and four year colleges and universities ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 TWO HATE GROUPS IDENTIFIED IN AREA


(Farmington) More than 900 hate groups in the United States, with 23 of them in Missouri ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 AREA PASTOR SIGNS RECORD DEAL (Audio)




(Farmington) A Leadwood musician who toured the area playing rock and roll for 15 years before finding religion and becoming a pastor has signed a record deal with Tate Music Group ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 MARCH FOR BABIES THURSDAY IN FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) The annual March for Babies will take place this Thursday in downtown Farmington ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 GUNSHOTS AND GLASS BREAKING WAKE DESOTO COUPLE


(DESOTO) Police are looking for answers after a shooting took place in DeSoto ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 DENIED BOND REDUCTION, POSTS IT ANYWAY


(Farmington) Even though his bond reduction was denied by a judge, Thomas Terry posted bond and spent Easter weekend with his family ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 DENIED BOND REDUCTION, POSTS IT ANYWAY (Audio)


(Farmington) Even though his bond reduction was denied by a judge, Thomas Terry posted bond and spent Easter weekend with his family ...Read More

APR 21, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE KEENEY ON E-CIGARETTE BILL (Audio)


(Marble Hill) Both the Missouri House and Senate have passed bills that would make it illegal to sell electronic cigarettes to people under the age of 18 ...Read More

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