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A new education center opened in Charleston on Monday for adults to help those who choose to better their education for free. [Read More]
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Hundreds celebrated the 200th anniversary of the Vincentian ministry in Perryville today. Also celebrated was the 100th anniversary of the Association of the Miraculous Medal. [Read More]
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A Jackson, Mo photographer decided to go beyond her realm of just taking pictures. She got into the Halloween spirit and crafted some monsters. [Read More]
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Children enjoyed a sensory-friendly performance. [Read More]
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The American Red Cross has deployed 600 people thus far to help aid relief efforts in storm struck areas of Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
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Firefighters in Southeast Missouri are ready to go at a moments notice to help with Hurricane Michael relief efforts. [Read More]
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City leaders are coming together to find a way to restore a historic cabin that was set on fire in Marquand. [Read More]
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Petfest in Cape Girardeau. [Read More]
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A fire in Marquand damaged an iconic log cabin on Wednesday, Oct. 3. [Read More]
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An old church is a total loss after a fire in Madison County on Saturday, Oct. 6. [Read More]
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The walk is to honor all those lost to suicide, to spread awareness of suicide and mental illness and to promote suicide prevention. [Read More]
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We talked with Horseshoe Lake Fire Chief Michael Honey who said they are down significantly on volunteer fire fighters and need more help for their... [Read More]
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Blanchard Elementary in Cape Girardeau announced that they adopted a calf. [Read More]
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A Southeast Missouri State University student is gathering old furniture from Kent Library and restoring it. [Read More]
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The Jackson R-2 School District is working on ensuring the social, emotional and educational needs with a new Hero Pack. [Read More]
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More than a hundred gathered in Downtown Cape Girardeau, Missouri on Saturday morning and walked down Broadway to Capaha Park. [Read More]
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Nielsen spoke in front of the entire school about the books she published and encouraged children to read. [Read More]
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Cape Girardeau Police Department, along with 16 other departments, were ready for Trump's visit to Cape Girardeau. [Read More]
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An additional warning siren coming to Perryville, MO... [Read More]
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Neighbors salvage what they can after flood. [Read More]
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