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Norman Keele Sr. — Silva, Mo.

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As the St. Louis Cardinals advanced through the 2013 World Series, the face value of tickets jumped to as much as $275... Read more

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Bill to stop gifts stalled

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ROWDY TRUMP PROTESTS PORTEND EXPLOSIVE CALIF. PRIMARY

KENYA BURNS HUGE PILE OF IVORY TO PROTEST POACHING

By MICHAEL R. BLOOD and

GILLIAN FLACCUS

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BURLINGAME, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of rowdy protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police outside a hotel where Donald Trump addressed the state’s Republican convention. Several Trump supporters said they were roughed up but no serious injuries were reported... Read more

UN SAYS N. KOREA CHARGE VS U.S. TROOPS UNPROVEN

By HYUNG-JIN KIM

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The American-led U.N. command on Saturday dismissed as unsubstantiated accusations from North Korea that U.S. troops at a border village tried to provoke its frontline troops with “disgusting acts.”... Read more

SURVIVOR ROBYN HILLIS SMILES AS SHE WALKS. DAR/Corey Matthews

TIBBS TOSSES NO-HITTER AS TOP-SEEDED MULES ADVANCE TO SEMIFINAL

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


Tanner Tibbs and the Poplar Bluff baseball team was nearly perfect Friday... Read more

8TH DISTRICT GOP GOES TO TRUMP

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


CAPE GIRARDEAU — A Poplar Bluff, Mo., man now facing firearms and arson charges is to appear later this month in U.S. District Court for a hearing in his case... Read more

GRAND JURY SUPERSEDES TANNERS’ INDICTMENT

By DONNA FARLEY

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VAN BUREN — Matt Jackson expects to see a 20-percent increase in business during the summer recreation season, as people flock to the Current River for floating, boating and fun... Read more

TOURISM BOOSTS AREA’S ECONOMY

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Three delegates from the 8th Congressional District will cast votes for Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, July 18-21... Read more

By DONNA FARLEY

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Poplar Bluff animal control has taken on a monumental task and met the challenge with stellar results — slashing euthanasia rates by more than 150 percent for the first quarter of 2016... Read more

EUTHANASIA DROPS DRAMATICALLY AT CITY SHELTER

By BARBARA ANN HORTON

News Editor


The rain stopped, and the people came. They came for the Sarah Jarboe White United Cancer Assistance Network Walk Saturday in Poplar Bluff, Mo... Read more

Walkers, survivors challenge each other

RAIN DOESN’T DAMPEN UCAN EVENT

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


On March 31, 1934, federal agents raided a St. Paul, Minn., apartment in their search for a man who would become public enemy No. 1, but an ensuing shootout left John Herbert Dillinger injured and again on the run... Read more

FORMER SHERIFF’S GRANDSON INHERITS
DILLINGER’S SKIVVIES

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POPLAR BLUFF’S JARED MOSES SLIDES SAFELY INTO THIRD BASE AS DEXTER’S CORDELL HOLT CATCHES A THROW DURING A SEMO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT FIRST-ROUND GAME FRIDAY AT BOBBY STRENFEL FIELD. MOSES STOLE THIRD AND LATER SCORED. DAR/Brian Rosener

MULES TENNIS WIN 3 BRACKETS, CLAIM TITLE

By BRIAN ROSENER

Sports Editor


FARMINGTON — The rain held off long enough for the Mules tennis team to make some history Friday... Read more

GREEN WAVE AGAIN ATOP BRACKET IN DISTRICT 3

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


Coaching changes often have a negative effect on sports teams: A new face heading an established program, long-time players adapting to new schemes and the proverbial feeling-out period that, hopefully, gives way to an enhanced product on the field... Read more

EXTRA-INNING LOSSES END RAIDERS’ RUN

By SCOTT BORKGREN

Sports Writer


COLUMBIA — The Lady Raiders squeezed every last inning out of the worst season in school history... Read more

WORLD

By TOM ODULA

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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenya’s president set fire Saturday to 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than 1 ton of rhino horn, believed to be the largest stockpile ever destroyed, in a dramatic statement by this East African country against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species... Read more

CHINA LAYS OUT FIRM RULES FOR IMPROVED TIES WITH JAPAN

By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN

Associated Press


BEIJING (AP) — China laid out firm conditions Saturday for improved ties with Japan, telling Tokyo’s visiting foreign minister that there could be “no ambiguity or vacillation” in meeting Beijing’s demands over historical interpretation, relations with Taiwan and other key matters... Read more

BILLY JOE PRY

Billy Joe Pry, 70, of Bloomfield, died Friday, April 29, 2016 at his residence. Visitation will be at 5 p.m., today, Monday, May 2, 2016 at the Rainey-Mathis funeral home in Dexter. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Bloomfield with Rev. David Wilson officiating.