Caroline M. Coulter – Missouri Lawyers Media

Twenty years ago, the September 11 terror attacks shook this country in waves that continue to reverberate. In Caroline Coulter’s case, those waves led the Cape Girardeau native, Southeast Missouri...

Local News: SEMO alumni film true crime documentary series (10/16/21)

Evanna Milea, producer and SEMO alumni, slates a shot for “The Local Whisper” as the rest of the crew prepares to film an interview for their episode on Debroah...

Community: FYI 10-17-21 (10/16/21) | Southeast Missourian newspaper, Cape Girardeau, MO

Saturday, October 16, 2021 Hotze mission breakfast to be held Subscribe below or log in with your password here. For more than 115 years, the Southeast Missourian has written the first draft...

Photo gallery: Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce Mehner celebration (10/15/21)

Members of the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce gathered at The Library on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, to celebrate the recent retirement of John Mehner who has served...

Broadway Theatre in Cape Girardeau at Risk of Being Torn Down After Suffering Fire...

The Broadway Theatre in Cape Girardeau is at risk of being torn down after a fire damaged the building earlier this year, KRCU reports. The theatre has been given...

Photo gallery: Down the runway with the Vintage Now fashion show (10/12/21)

A child looks up in awe of the model going down the runway during the Vintage Now Fashion Show Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021, at the Show Me Center in Cape...

Hotop and Poyner Join Saint Francis Board

October 12, 2021 Jeff Hotop and Danielle Poyner Saint Francis Healthcare System is pleased to welcome two new board members to the Health Development Services Board – Jeff Hotop and Danielle...

Photo gallery: Scott Wright Memorial Cornhole Classic 2021 (10/11/21)

The Scott Wright Memorial Cornhole Classic was held Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021, at Knights of Columbus Hall, located at 318 Spanish Street in Cape Girardeau. (Brooke Holford ~ Southeast...

Column: Denise Lincoln: Alton E. Parks: Band leader and dog racer (10/9/21)

The Roaring 1920s wooed young folks with new music, new fashions and daring social freedoms. Meanwhile, Cape Girardeau's white church folks heard wary sermons and college students were prohibited...

Editorial: Honor Tour gets the fanfare it deserves (10/9/21)

A very special flight departed Cape Girardeau Regional Airport for Washington, D.C., on Friday morning. They left Poplar Bluff with great fanfare before the flight, including traveling under raised firetruck...

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Local News: Cape Girardeau County Health Center board listens to input, keeps mask stance...

Damon Dillard speaks during the public comment part of the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday at Shawnee Park...

Local boys make good football showing at Cape | News

This story originally appeared in the Friday, Sept. 25, 1931 issue of The Farmington Press. – EditorBurlin Yates and Charles Vincel, co-captains of the...