TODAY’S LOCAL NEWS

AREA OBITUARIES

      

Homes

& Land

March,

2016

Download

164.3MB

combined file

Breast Cancer

Awareness

October,

2015

Download 7.6MB

combined file

Supplements to the

Daily American Republic

Follow DAR Sports:


@darsports

eEDITION                    |                   PHOTO ARCHIVE                    |                   SPEAK OUT                    |                   CIRCULATION                    |                   CONTACT US                    |                   INSTA PRINT

Quick links

Lifestyles Page (print edition)

(Download forms in .pdf format)

  1. Birth Announcement Form

  2. Wedding Announcement

Engagement Announcement

Anniversary Announcement

Download, print and fill out forms then bring or mail them to the Daily American Republic, P.O. Box 7, Poplar Bluff, Mo 63902 or email them to news@darnews.com or csmith@darnews.com

Deadline notices for Sunday’s Lifestyle’s Page (print edition)

Copyright © 2016, Butler County Publishing Co.

All rights reserved.

This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of Butler County Publishing Co.

AP photo

eEDITIONhttp://mynewsonthego.com/dar
PHOTO ARCHIVEhttp://www.dotphoto.com/go.asp?l=dar-1414
CIRCULATIONCirculation.html
INSTA PRINTInsta_Print.html
CONTACT USContact_Us.html
SPEAK OUTSpeak_Out.html

The

Source

April, 2016

Download

155.1MB

combined file

Spring

Home

Improve.

May, 2016

Download

5.6MB

combined file

Design

An Ad

May, 2015

Download

4.7MB

combined file

Celebration of Freedom

July, 2015

Download

38.7MB

combined file

Women in

Business

July, 2015

Download

10.6MB

combined file

Mule Prints

August, 2015

Download

12.5MB

combined file

Chamber of Commerce

August, 2015

Download

11.4MB

combined file

The

family

of

Butler

County

Publishing


DEXTER STATESMAN

DAILY AMERICAN

REPUBLIC

THE

PROSPECT-NEWS

PUXICO

PRESS

DEXTER

STATESMAN

INSTA

PRINT

Area

Medical

Guide

February,

2016

Download

71.6MB

combined file

Roger Paul Collier

   — Piedmont, Mo.

Derek Fichtel — Dexter, Mo.

Mary Louise Burnett

   — Dexter, Mo.

James Osborn — Springfield, Mo.

James Mophis — Doniphan, Mo.

Floyd Miller — Doniphan, Mo.

Robert Chamberlain — Qulin, Mo.

Salute to

Agriculture

March,

2016

Download

7.3MB

combined file

Cancer

Awareness

April,

2016

Download

7.3MB

combined file

VOTERS INTERESTED, NOT EXCITED

ABOUT ELECTION

NATION

A 20-year-old Neelyville, Mo., woman was killed in an all-terrain vehicle crash at 12:20 a.m. Saturday on County Road 525, just east of Tower Road... Read more

2 DEAD, 5 MISSING AFTER HEAVY RAINS IN TEXAS, KANSAS

BROTHERS PETER AND BILL MARKHAM, AND NEPHEW ROBERT MARKHAM STAND WITH A DISPLAY OF SERVICE PHOTOS OF THE POPLAR BLUFF, MO., FAMILY’S MORE THAN 30 VETERANS. DAR/Donna Farley

STATE

MOURNING LOSS

OF GIRL IN FREAK RODEO ACCIDENT

BUTLER (AP) — A 12-year-old Missouri girl’s death in a freak rodeo accident has many in her community struggling to find words to express their grief for a family who has lived there for generations... Read more

SPORTS

NEELYVILLE WOMAN DIES IN ATV CRASH

PB family carries on legacy of service

STANDING UP FOR COUNTRY

Vets deserve chance to heal

CYCLISTS RAISING PTSD AWARENESS

By DONNA FARLEY

Staff Writer


A Poplar Bluff, Mo., family is carrying on a legacy of service in America’s armed forces that has grown five fold with every generation... Read more

EXTENSION SPECIALIST TO SPEND

TIME WITH FAMILY

By BARBARA ANN HORTON

News Editor


After more than 42 years, University of Missouri Extension Specialist Phyllis Flanigan is looking forward to a new phase in her life — retirement. Her last day in the Butler County office will be Tuesday but she will not retire until the end of June... Read more

MULES EARN ALL-STATE HONORS, NOT ENOUGH POINTS FOR TEAM TROPHY

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


JEFFERSON CITY — There were all-state finishes, personal records broken and plenty of mental mistakes for the Mules track and field team after Friday’s rain... Read more

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


Two California men pedaled their way into Poplar Bluff, Mo., Friday as they cycle across the country raising awareness of post-traumatic stress issues pacing combat veterans... Read more

MEMBERS OF THE POPLAR BLUFF POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS AND MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL ESCORT DAVID ALLISON (RIGHT) AND MICHAEL PRIDDY ALONG U.S. 67 FRIDAY AS THEY PEDAL INTO TOWN ON THEIR CROSS-COUNTRY JOURNEY TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS. DAR/Corey Matthews

FLANIGAN

RICHARDSON

CARTER COUNTY P.A. RETIRING

TO BEACH

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


VAN BUREN — After practicing law for more than four decades, it was the years Ernie Richardson spent as prosecutor that he enjoyed the most... Read more

PB Monuments seeks info on

UNCLAIMED SOLDIER MEMORIALS

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff Monuments Works is asking the public’s help this Memorial Day in tracking down homes for a number of markers belonging to members of the U.S. Armed Forces that remain unclaimed... Read more

By JUAN A. LAZANO

Associated Press


HOUSTON (AP) — At least two people are dead and five others are missing after this week’s torrential rains in Texas and Kansas, officials said Saturday, noting that though the threat of severe weather had lessened in Texas over the long holiday weekend, the focus is now on swollen rivers and waterways that are slowly rising and could flood homes... Read more

By JULIE PACE

and THOMAS BEAUMONT

Associated Press


ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Mary Heintzelman shakes her head in disgust over the presidential election... Read more

ACCUSATIONS MARK TURBULENT FEW DAYS FOR JOHNNY DEPP

By SANDY COHEN

AP Entertainment Writer


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Johnny Depp seemed the picture of rock star cool as he played guitar onstage in Portugal with his band, the Hollywood Vampires. An ocean away, he is facing serious accusations... Read more

TEEN REMOVED FROM GRADUATION FOR WEARING AFRICAN CLOTH

By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ

Associated Press


SACRAMENTO (AP) — A black teenager says he was escorted out of his high school graduation ceremony in Sacramento by three deputies for refusing to remove his kente cloth, a traditional Ghanaian silk and cotton fabric... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF’S KAYLEE EAKIN (572) HANDS OFF TO TEAMMATE KAYLEE HARRIS DURING THE 400-METER RELAY SATURDAY AT THE MSHSAA TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS AT ADKINS STADIUM IN JEFFERSON CITY, MO. THE MULES PLACED FOURTH TO EARN ALL-STATE HONORS. DAR/Ben Striker