(Column ~ 02/10/17)
There are times when our human nature screams out for lordship. We desperately want someone to tell us what to do, which path to walk, which decision to make. In John’s Gospel (13:13), Jesus makes a remarkable claim. “You call Me ‘Teacher’ and ‘Lord’, and rightly so, for that is what I am.” The Scriptures teach that it is folly to call Jesus “Teacher,” or “Lord” or any other title that presumes His authority, and then to be casual about His authority in our lives. ...
New Madrid County R-1 Middle School is the 600th school in the MoNASP program
(Community News ~ 02/10/17)
More than a half million Missouri children have participated in the archery extra-curricular program.
SEMO Drug Task Force sees rise in meth, hydrocodone, Xanax seizures
(State News ~ 02/10/17)
The SEMO Drug Task force seized significantly larger amounts of methamphetamine, hydrocodone and Xanax in 2016 than in 2015. The task force consists of 15 law-enforcement officers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Cape Girardeau Police Department, Sikeston Department of Public Safety, Perry County Sheriff’s Office, Stoddard County Sheriff’s Office and New Madrid County Sheriff’s Office...
Study shows cover crops help soils after flooding
(Outdoors ~ 02/10/17)
ROCK PORT, Mo. – A four-year study by University of Missouri Extension seeks to find how cover crops can best benefit soils after flooding and prevented planting. MU Extension agronomist Wayne Flanary shared initial results at a recent crop advisers meeting in St. Joseph. The study looks at the impact of cover crops in the recovery of flooded soils...
Nadine Tanner Meatte
(Obituary ~ 02/10/17)
A private graveside service was held January 28, 2017 in Portageville Missouri, at Portageville Cemetery to lay to rest Nadine Tanner Meatte. Nadine was born to Henry Tanner and Rose Daugherty Tanner in Pemiscot county on January 18, 1918. She was a sister to Aleatha Tanner Knueven and Clyde White, both deceased. She is also preceded in death by her husband, Louis Doyne Meatte Sr., and her daughter, Judith Marie (Judy) Edwards...
Portageville Municipal Court- February
(Police/Fire Report ~ 02/10/17)
The following cases were heard in Portageville Municipal Court on the 2nd day of February, 2017 by Judge Chris Stinnett. Fines ordered include Court Costs: Kobe Chillers – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Suspended Imposition of Sentence, placed on 1 year probation and ordered to pay $34.50 court costs...
Huckaba’s plans to support the fleet remain steady after retirement from the Navy
(Local News ~ 02/10/17)
“My dad is the one who put me on the bus,” Randy Huckaba said. “He’s the one that’s kept up and been there for most of my promotions and I want to make him proud. He’s been the one who’s cared about my career from day one.” St. Louis, Missouri native, Randy Huckaba, joined the U.S. ...
Makenna Rae Kimes
(Births ~ 02/10/17)
Heather and Ron Allen Kimes of Portageville are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Makenna Rae Kimes. Makenna was born Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7:55 in the morning at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 and 1/2 inches long...
SRG Global partners with Portageville Head Start program
(Local News ~ 02/10/17)
PORTAGEVILLE- SRG Global has been partnering with the local Head Start program in Portageville for over a year now. The Company employees volunteer at the Head Start Center on either a weekly or monthly basis reading and interacting with the children. This interaction adds more variety to their day while also helping the program obtain the required community contributions needed to operate our Head Start Program...
- Kellams advances to state in FCCLA event (Local News ~ 02/10/17)
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