STATE REPRESENTATIVE FILES BILL IN HOUSE TO HONOR LEGENDARY RADIO TALK SHOW HOST OF...

State Representative Hardy Billington wishes to commemorate the late Rush Limbaugh...

Gov. Parson signing HB349 and SB86

Gov. Mike Parson took a decisive stand for students and families across Missouri by signing HB349 and SB86. These two bills combined will create the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Account...

Business: People News — Mangiore promoted, Halter retires (4/12/21)

S.M. Wilson, a construction management, design/build and general contracting company headquartered in Cape Girardeau and St. Louis, has promoted Mike Mangiore to be the company's chief financial officer, replacing...

Business: Business License Application — New Subway owner (4/12/21)

Kathy Agin of Benton, Missouri, submitted a business license application with the City of Cape Girardeau's customer service office in connection with her purchase of the Subway restaurant at...

Business: Chamber Notes — Ribbon-cuttings and business breakfast (4/12/21)

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce's April Business After Hours gathering will begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday at GearHeads, 415 S. Hope St. in Jackson. Chamber members and their...

Business: Awards and Recognitions — Link earns nomination, Sandgren (Kempf) appointed to board (4/5/21)

Jackson School District superintendent John Link was among eight Missouri school superintendents nominated for the 2021 Robert L. Pearce Award, presented annually by the Missouri Association of School Administrators...

SEMO Giving Day to support 12 projects in 24 hours

“The generosity of our Southeast community – our alumni and friends across the country; our faculty, staff and students; and businesses throughout the region – is incredibly important...

River Dragons make most of their hits in win over Catfish

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — The Alton River Dragons made the most of their six hits Thursday night and hung a 7-2 defeat on the Cape Catfish at Capaha Field...

Missouri ICUs Filling From Delta Variant, As Gov. Mike Parson Weakens Emergency Order

New cases from the delta variant wave that has killed more than 1,150 Missourians since June 1 have plateaued but hospital ICUs continue to fill — and small, rural hospitals are...