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Dec. 12, 2014 HILLSBORO WOMAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT


A Hillsboro woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident Friday afternoon in Jefferson County ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 CHRISTMAS CASH WINNER DRAWN (Audio)

(Festus) Regional Radio gave away $500 in christmas cash on Friday on location at Festus Pawn and Jewelry ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 ARCADIA VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD MET (Audio)

(Ironton) A student was selected during Thursday night's Arcadia Valley School Board meeting to become the district's representative for the John T ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 FARM WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN AR

(Newport, AR) A Farmington woman was found dead in a hotel room Tuesday in Newport, Arkansas ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 PARK HILLS COPS BUST 3 METH LABS (Audio)

(Park Hills) Two individuals were busted by Park Hills Police this week on a variety
of meth-related drug charges ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 SEMO PLANNING COMMISSION MET (Audio)

(Perryville) The Southeast Missouri Regional Planning and Economic Development Commission had a special guest at this week's meeting ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 KINGSTON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING THURSDAY

(Cadet) The annual audit will be presented to the board during Thursday night's Kingston School Board meeting in Cadet ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 MIZZOU $4,000 SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE (Audio)

(Farmington) A local student enrolling at the University of Missouri in Columbia next fall could receive a $4,000 scholarship ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 MISSOURI EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM HACKED

(Jefferson City) The website for the Missouri Employees Retirement system has been hacked and will be shut down until next week ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 ST. FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER WANTS TO OPEN CLINIC IN FARMINGTON (Audi

(Farmington) More medical care could soon be coming to the Farmington area ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 YOUTH GROUPS VISITING NURSING HOMES (Audio)

(Farmington) Younger members of the First Baptist Church in Farmington will visit
local nursing homes to bring some Christmas cheer ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 REVEREND JACKSON LEADS CHOIR FOR THE LAST TIME (Audio)

(Farmington) The Reverend John Jackson will lead the Choir Concert at the First Baptist Church
in Farmington for the last time this Sunday ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 FARMINGTON FIRST BAPTIST HIGHLIGHTS "THE CLERGY CHRISTMAS CONVERSA

(Farmington) The Clergy Christmas Conversation continued today on KREI Radio with Chuck Henson
from the Farmington First Baptist Church ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 CENTRAL SCHOOL BOARD MEETS MONDAY

(Park Hills) The Central School Board of Education will meet at 5 o'clock Monday for a closed door session with the public invited at 5:25 pm ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 MAC NURSING TEST SCORES RANK WELL STATEWIDE (Audio)

The latest statewide scores for the nursing programs at Mineral Area College in Park Hills have come in ...Read More
DEC 12, 2014 FARMINGTON RESCINDS BOIL WATER ORDER (Audio)

(Farmington) The city of Farmington has rescinded a precautionary boil water order and water outage warning ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 FARMINGTON CITY MET TONIGHT (Audio)

(Farmington) The Farmington City Council gave final approval tonight to establish the Mineral Area Community Improvement District ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 MAC BOARD RECOGNIZES SENATOR ROMINE (Audio)

(Park Hills) The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees recognized State Senator Gary Romine at today's meeting ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 NEW IRON COUNTY COMMISSIONER-ELECT TALKS ABOUT 2015 (Audio)

(Iron County) Jim Scaggs will become the new presiding commissioner of Iron County in 2015 ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 CHRISTMAS TREE AND LIGHT SAFETY (Audio)

(Potosi) This time of year, there's usually a few house fires due to Christmas trees and holiday lighting ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 DOE RUN COMPANY DONATES TO BEAUTIFY VIBURNUM BALLFIELDS (Audio)

(Viburnum) The Doe Run Company has made a donation that will help beautify a section of Viburnum ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY ASSESSMENT FORMS SET TO GO OUT (Audio)

(St ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 WORK PROGRESSING WELL ON NORTH COUNTY SCHOOL PROJECTS (Audio)

(Bonne Terre) Work is progressing nicely at the primary school in Bonne Terre in the North County School District ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 MEDICARE BENEFITS AND REQUIRMENTS EXPLAINED (Interview)

(Park Hills) Medicare enrollment begins January 1st and Grant Becker from the Park Hills Social Security Office tells Louie Seiberlich about the requirements and the benefits ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 NEW DEGREE OFFERED BY CMU AT MAC (Audio)

(Park Hills) A new degree from Central Methodist University at Mineral Area College will be offered next year ...ReadMore
DEC 11, 2014 MISSOURI MINES MEETING FRIDAY

(Park Hills) The future plans for the Missouri Mines State Historic Site in Park Hills will be offered Friday ...ReadMore
DEC 11, 2014 MEDICARE ENROLLMENT BEGINS JANUARY 1st (Audio)

(Park Hills) Enrollment for the Federal health insurance program begins next month ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 SCHERRER GUILTY IN FEDERAL COURT (Audio)

(Bonne Terre) Melvin Scherrer of rural Bonne Terre has been found guilty on five federal drug and weapons charges in St ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 AFTER FERGUSON - SHERIFF BOYER FEARS FOR OFFICER SAFETY

(Jefferson County) After the events in Ferguson and other controversial interactions involving police across the nation, Jefferson County Sheriff Glen Boyer fears for the safety of officers ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 DEVELOPMENT - "PEVELY IS READY TO BUST"

(Pevely) Every city would like more retail businesses, but good visible locations are hard to find ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 UPDATE ON CENTENE EVACUATION (Audio)

(Farmington) There's been an update on the investigation involving a substance found in the mail room in October at the Centene Corporation in Farmington ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 MAC BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO MEET TODAY

(Park Hills) The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees will get a State of Missouri report from college president Doctor Steve Kurtz when it meets this afternoon ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 A MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE BONNE TERRE XMAS PARADE (Audio)

(Bonne Terre) A good time was had by all during Wednesday night's Bonne Terre Christmas parade ...Read More
DEC 11, 2014 POSITIVE BEHAVIOR PROGRAM AT VIBURNUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Audio)

(Viburnum) A new program started this year at the Viburnum Elementary School ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 DESLOGE FIRE CHIEF RE-ELECTED (Audio)

(Desloge) Larry Gremminger has been re-elected by his fellow firefighters to serve another year as the fire chief in Desloge ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 ARNOLD SPEAKS ON PEVELY (Audio)

(Pevely) The new mayor of Pevely is looking to clean things up within the city ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 PARK HILLS HOLDS PARENTS RESPONSIBLE (Audio)

(Park Hills) A new ordinance in Park Hills will hold parents more accountable for the actions
of their teenagers ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 TIME RUNNING OUT TO DONATE TO MENTAL HEALTH CENTER CHRISTMAS PROGRA

(Farmington) Time is running out to make a donation to Operation Christmas at the Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center in Farmington ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 FIRST SEMESTER ALMOST OVER FOR FREDERICKTOWN SCHOOLS (Audio)

(Fredericktown) The first semester of school will come to a close next week in Fredericktown ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 DEER HARVEST BEATS LAST YEAR

(Jefferson City) Hunters checked 1,474 deer during the anterless portion of this year's harvest compared to last year ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 SHOP WITH A COP DRAWING HELD TODAY ON J-98 (Audio)

(St ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 FARMINGTON POLICEMAN HURT IN ACCIDENT (Audio)

(Farmington) A Farmington policeman is recovering after being involved in a traffic accident Tuesday night ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 GROUNDBREAKING FOR ROOSEVELT NEW ADDITION (Audio)

(Farmington) A growing student population at the Roosevelt Elementary school in Farmington necessitates adding more classrooms ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 MOBILE VET CENTER COMING TO SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (Interview and dates

Here is an interview with Michael Focke with the Department of Veteran Affairs ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 ANOTHER INMATE EXECUTED IN BONNE TERRE

(Bonne Terre) Another inmate was executed early this morning at the prison in Bonne Terre ...Read More
DEC 10, 2014 TEXAS MAN ARRESTED IN CRAWFORD COUNTY

(Crawford County) A Sunset, Texas man is facing numerous charges after his arrest in Crawford County ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 PERRY COUNTY CORONER CRIMINAL CASE UPDATE (Audio)

(Perryville) The Perry County coroner and owner of the Miller Family Funeral Home had his trial hearing cancelled on Tuesday and rescheduled for January 2nd ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 SALES TAX UP IN JEFFERSON COUNTY (Audio)

(Jefferson County) Sales tax is up in Jefferson County, and it's been a long time coming ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 LIFE SENTENCE FOR BUNKER HOUSE FIRE DEATHS

(Cape Girardeau) A 31-year-old man from Naylor has been given a life sentence for his part in a meth-related fire in Bunker that left two children dead ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 BONNE TERRE CITY SAYS MERRY CHRISTMAS (Audio)

(Bonne Terre) The Bonne Terre City Council met Monday night and approved $30 gift certificates for all city employees for Christmas ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FEDERAL DRUG TRIAL UNDERWAY

(St Louis) A federal drug trial is taking place this week in St ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FORMER CENTRAL AND ARCADIA VALLEY SUPER CONSIDERED FOR TOP SPOT

(Jefferson City) The Missouri Board of Education has narrowed its list of candidates to replace outgoing Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro to five names ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 MAN'S THROAT CUT OVER DRUGS

(Fredericktown) A former Park Hills Police Officer is one of two men suspected of assaulting a man by slashing his throat ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 BELL RINGERS NEEDED IN WASHINGTON COUNTY (Audio)

(Potosi) Bell ringers are needed for the Washington County Bell Ringing Campaign ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FIRST YEAR AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER "TOUGH" (Audio)

(Farmington) After five years as the St ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 DESLOGE COUNCIL SIGNS CONTRACT WITH FIRM (Audio)

(Desloge) The Desloge City Council has entered into a contract with a counseling firm which would help bring retail businesses to town ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 ST FRANCOIS COUNTY SALES TAX REVENUE UP 5.6%

(Farmington) Sales tax revenue for St ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FARMINGTON CITY COUNCIL PLANS BUSY MEETING

(Farmington) The Farmington City Council will hold five public hearings when it meets Thursday night ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 ARCADIA VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING THURSDAY

(Ironton) The Arcadia Valley School Board will discuss leasing a handicapped lift bus during Thursday night's meeting ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 PERRYVILLE SCHOOL BOARD MEETS WEDNESDAY

(Perryville) The annual audit report will be reviewed during Wednesday night's Perryville School Board meeting ...ReadMore
DEC 9, 2014 RECORD BREAKING EXECUTION PLANNED FOR TONIGHT IN BONNE TERRE

(Bonne Terre) Tuesday night's scheduled exeuction at the Bonne Terre prison would be a record breaker for the State of Missouri ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 NEW OFFICERS FOR FARMINGTON CHAMBER (Audio)

(Farmington) The Farmington Regional Chamber of Commerce will have a new look following next week's meeting ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 ELECTION TO BE HELD FOR ST FRANCOIS COUNTY 9-1-1 BOARD (Audio)

(Farmington) The St ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 PARKLAND HEALTH CENTER FOUNDATION GRANT (Audio)

(Farmington) The Parkland Health Center Foundation is working with BJC School Outreach and Youth Development to provide a $250,000 grant for area schools ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FESTUS POLICE CHIEF HAS HOLIDAY TIPS (Audio)

(Festus) This time of the year can sometime bring an increase in crime ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 JC RESCUE MISSION CHRISTMAS BASKETS (Audio)

(Pevely) The Jefferson County Rescue Mission is preparing preparations for their Christmas baskets to be given away to those that need them ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 FUNDRAISER FOR ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY EMT (Audio)

(St ...Read More
DEC 9, 2014 INMATE DEATH AT BONNE TERRE PRISON

(Bonne Terre) Another inmate confined at the state prison in Bonne Terre has died ...Read More