Three Rivers College nursing student awarded the Karon Campbell Distinguished Alumni Scholarship
(Community News ~ 10/18/18)
A Gideon student was awarded the Karon Campbell Distinguished Alumni Scholarship by the Three Rivers Endowment Trust. Darian Muse, who is in her third semester of the nursing program at Three Rivers, was selected to receive the funding. The scholarship was made possible by donations in honor of Karon Campbell of Qulin, recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award at Three Rivers. Campbell requested the donations benefit a nursing student who was first in their family to attend college...
Welcome to Portageville
(Local News ~ 10/18/18)
If you have driven by the North and South-bound “Welcome to Portageville” signs I-55, you may have noticed the condition of these sign. Installed in panels, it has slowly begun to peel away with every storm and big wind that came through the area. Both signs were repaired last Tuesday. The new signs were installed by Canedy Sign Company...
Trout will arrive in Jackson, Perryville and Farmington lakes before the Nov. 1 opener
(Outdoors ~ 10/18/18)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will stock rainbow trout in three southeast Missouri lakes, kicking off the annual winter trout program. Perryville’s Legion Lake, Jackson’s Rotary Lake, and Farmington’s Giessing Lake are all locations for the very popular fishing program...
Quail production for 2018 below 10-year average, but good hunting can still be found
(Outdoors ~ 10/18/18)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – With the quail-hunting season starting Nov. 1, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) advises hunters that overall quail production was about the same as last year, but below the 10-year average. MDC staff note that good hunting can be found in areas with quality habitat in the north and west-central portions of the state...
Show-Me the Price
(Column ~ 10/18/18)
Information is power. Unfortunately, current rules and regulations are preventing you from having all the information you need when paying for certain prescription drugs. That’s right, red tape and insider deals meant to benefit bottom lines are preventing your local pharmacy from being able to tell you if you could pay less for the same prescriptions. ...
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