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SPORTS

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Poplar Bluff, Missouri

MO. FRATERNITY SUSPENDED OVER REPORTS OF RACIAL SLURS

CALIF. GOV. TO APPROVE STATE-RUN RETIREMENT FOR PRIVATE WORKERS

FIREFIGHTER HALTS TEEN WHO KILLED FATHER, SHOT THREE

MOARK MUSEUM OPEN SATURDAY FOR FESTIVAL

COLUMBIA (AP) — The University of Missouri temporarily suspended a fraternity on Wednesday over accusations of racial slurs directed toward black students, in the latest incident of racial tension that has roiled the campus for nearly a year... Read more

By KATE BRUMBACK

and JAY REEVES

Associated Press


TOWNVILLE, S.C. (AP) — A volunteer firefighter stopped a teenager who shot two students and a teacher outside a South Carolina elementary school after killing his father at their home, authorities said... Read more

By DAVID SILVERBERG


Moark Regional Railroad Museums will observe its 25th anniversary during the Iron Horse Festival Saturday... Read more

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN CONFUSES VOTERS

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


A national voter registration drive has caused some confusion in Butler County and across the state... Read more

BEARS, ROYALS, REDBIRDS TOP OFC BRACKET

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


The style is somewhat different. There’s a new coach as well... Read more

MULES SNEAK IN BACK DOOR FOR GOALS

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


Hank Traxel netted his first two career goals in the opening half Wednesday by getting to the back post... Read more

RAIDERS START WITH ‘MIDNIGHT MADNESS’

By SCOTT BORKGREN

Sports Editor


Basketball season is already just a day away... Read more

TRAIL RIDE ROPES 20K FOR HAVEN HOUSE

By Staff Reports


Trail riders from Southeast Missouri raised $19,850 to help Haven House provide services and support battered women and their children’s needs... Read more

FORMER PUXICO CITY MARSHAL JOHNNY CLAR, RIGHT, AND HIS GRANDDAUGHTER PREPARE TO RIDE IN THE ANNUAL EVENT IN SUPPORT OF HAVEN HOUSE.  Photo provided

BUTLER COUNTY WOMAN

RECEIVES PARDON

By Staff Reports


A Butler County woman was one of nine people in Missouri pardoned by Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday... Read more

A.J. WHITE WILL DISPLAY HIS STEAM POWERED CAR AT THE MOARK REGIONAL RAILROAD MUSEUM DURING THE IRON HORSE FESTIVAL FROM 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. SATURDAY.  Photo provided

STATE

MINORITIES HOPEFUL, WHITES SOUR ON FUTURE

By NICHOLAS RICCARDI

and SCOTT BAUER

Associated Press


KANSAS CITY (AP) — Consider two women in their 70s, both residents of the Kansas City area. One is white and affluent; the other is black and working class... Read more

DIVIDED AMERICA

By JONATHAN J. COOPER

Associated Press


SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to sign legislation Thursday to automatically enroll nearly 7 million people in a retirement savings account, an attempt to address growing fears that many workers will be financially unprepared to retire... Read more

AFTER 170 YEARS, REMAINS OF U.S. TROOPS RETURN FROM MEXICO

By RANDALL CHASE

Associated Press


DOVER, Del. (AP) — Remains thought to e those of U.S. troops who died in the Mexican-American War have been flown to a military mortuary in delaware in an effort to determine whether they belonged to militia members of a Tennessee regiment known as “The Bloody First.”... Read more

GENDER-NEUTRAL HOMECOMING, BOY ‘QUEEN,’ FEMALE ‘KING’

BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Students at a Maryland high school will get to choose whether they want to be considered as a king or queen, regardless of their gender, as part of a gender-neutral homecoming court... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF’S CLAYTON MITCHELL (15) HEADS THE BALL ON GOAL OFF A FREE KICK IN THE FIRST HALF WEDNESDAY AT MULES STADIUM. HANK TRAXEL SCORED OFF THE PASS.  DAR/Brian Rosener

MULES LOOK TO REBOUND

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


If the Poplar Bluff football team wants another shot at Jackson and a district title in six weeks, the Mules need to take care of business now... Read more

CARDS WASTE SCORING CHANCES, FALL TO LAST-PLACE REDS AGAIN

By JOE HARRIS

Associated Press


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mike Matheny managed with a play-off intensity. His offense didn’t respond... Read more