AREA OBITUARIES

Elva Marie “June” Hopkins
   Brantley — Campbell, Mo.

Muriel E. Bates

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Jimmie Charles Midgett

   — Dexter, Mo.

Gladys Fay Holford

   — Bloomfield, Mo.

Sharon Mae Goodman

   — Dexter, Mo.

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Changes being made

BRICK’S REPLIES TO DNR PROBE

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


The owner of Brick’s Off Road Park recently responded to a Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ investigation in which suspected violations involving the Little Black River and Beaver Dam Creek were found to have occurred during its Trucks Gone Wild event... Read more

‘READY TO GO’

Mules get back to work for upcoming season

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


When the 2014 boys soccer season ended on a sour note for Poplar Bluff, its prospects for the 2015 campaign weren’t hanging their heads. They were looking ahead to next season... Read more

Issue lights up Chamber Facebook page

3 EATERIES GO NON-SMOKING

Wants open meeting interviews

COUNCIL DELAYS NAMING RUSHIN REPLACEMENT

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff City Council members delayed the selection Monday of a replacement for council member at large Dr. Jack Rushin, who resigned in July... Read more

NATION

Mission at

Hiroshima’s dome:

SAVING BLASTED

BITS OF HISTORY

By STEVE PEOPLES

and KATHLEEN RONAYNE

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — They crowded the stage in New Hampshire for a debate-style faceoff... Read more

MAYA’S IS ONE OF THREE POPULAR LOCAL RESTAURANTS TO ANNOUNCE THEY ARE SMOKE FREE. DAR photo/Paul Davis

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


The smoking versus non-smoking debate in Poplar Bluff restaurants went viral on social media last week — at least on the Greater Poplar Bluff Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page — when three local eateries announced they would ban cigarette use effective Aug. 1... Read more

ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT STATUS IN LIMBO

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


The Poplar Bluff City Council has no desire to handcuff the advisory group which oversees the city electric department, but needs to maintain the right level of involvement, council member Philip Crocker said Monday... Read more

CITY VOTES 5-1 TO SEEK BECKER DEBT

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


The Poplar Bluff City Council voted 5-1 Monday to reclaim a more than $200,000 debt owed to the city for unpaid Internet access fees... Read more

CITY CONSIDERS CODE CHANGES

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


New requirements of Poplar Bluff landlords and stronger rules regarding grass cutting could be ahead as officials consider ways to clean up local neighborhoods... Read more

At yearly meeting with police

SCHOOL TRAFFIC PLAN DISCUSSED

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff Police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol met with Poplar Bluff R-I school officials on Monday to discuss traffic control in light of the many logistical changes related to district construction... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF SOPHOMORE CALI GERBER SLIDES INTO HOME PLATE DURING TRYOUTS FOR THE SOFTBALL TEAM AT BACON PARK ON MONDAY. DAR photo/Paul Davis

DELTA BANS

HUNTING ‘TROPHIES’

NEW YORK (AP) — Delta Air Lines had a major change of heart about shipping hunting trophies, announcing Monday afternoon that it would no longer accept lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies... Read more

WORLD

By KAORI HITOMI

Associated Press


HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — The crumbling brick and concrete walls of the Atomic Bomb Dome, as it is known today, rise above the Motoyasu River. The bomb so devastated Hiroshima that there are few other reminders of the city that was here seven decades ago... Read more