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Ernest Lofton

   — Essex, Mo.


Bonita Joyce Wagner

   — Poplar Bluff, Mo.

MAN, 21, TRIES TO STEAL JET AND

FLY TO MIAMI

LIBERTY (AP) — A Kansas man is charged with stealing a shuttle van at an airport and then trying to take off in a jet to fly to Miami... Read more

Sgt. Windham retiring as son joins patrol

GOING OUT & COMING IN

MLB

CARDS 15-22 AT HOME FOLLOWING 12-INNING LOSS

GOP SHIFTING TO BECOME THE ANTI-TRADE PARTY

By R.B. FALLSTROM

Associated Press


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mike Matheny realizes the numbers look bad, and reasons the St. Louis Cardinals can’t be this bad at home for too much longer... Read more

SPORTS


SHAMAUDRE BARBER

SIGNS AT DSCC

By BEN STRIKER

Sports Writer


Shamaudre Barber’s first experiences with the game of basketball were tough.

From the age of 3 all the way up to high school, Barber and his father played one-on-one games in the alley behind their house, and dad was relentless... Read more

INSPECTION SCORES FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BUSES VARY

By PAT PRATT

Staff Writer


Butler County public schools saw mixed results on the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s 2016 bus inspections, with Poplar Bluff falling 20-points below state average and Twin Rivers qualifying for an award... Read more

KEVIN BARBOUR

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


Less than a week after donning his uniform to hand his youngest son his diploma for graduating from the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Law Enforcement Academy, Don Windham is retiring today, ending a nearly 30-year career with the patrol... Read more

LEFT, MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL SGT. DON WINDHAM HUGS HIS SON, RYAN, AFTER PRESENTING HIM WITH HIS DIPLOMA UPON HIS GRADUATION FROM THE PATROL’S LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY.

Involved in Stoddard County plot to kill pastor’s wife

BRANDY HICKS GETS 7

YEARS FOR BURGLARY

55th year for Girl Scout sponsored event

OAK HILL DAY CAMP

NATION

and CALVIN WOODWARD

Associated Press


DENVER (AP) — Donald Trump’s break with conservative economic thinking on free trade comes as Republicans are increasingly relying on older, struggling white voters who are the most skeptical of trade deals and have lost out during an age of globalization... Read more

Defense Secretary Ash

Carter announces new rule

TRANSGENDERS

CAN SERVE OPENLY

IN MILITARY

By MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Associate Editor


BLOOMFIELD — A Dexter, Mo., woman was sentenced to prison Wednesday after she pleaded guilty to burglarizing the Bloomfield home of her pastor as part of what was an alleged plot to ill the man’s wife in a fire... Read more

Above, group leader Kendra Asher points out birds nestling in the trees... Read more

BARBER

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS RIGHT FIELDER STEPHEN PISCOTTY CAN’T CATCH AN RBI DOUBLE HIT BY KANSAS CITY ROYALS’ ALCIDES ESCOBAR DURING THE 12TH INNING WEDNESDAY IN ST. LOUIS. AP photo

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — Oceanside police say a suspected drunk driver struck and killed a man, then drove for a mile with his body lodged in the car... Read more

Do it for health care

LIGHT SENTENCE

FOR MAN WHO

ROBBED BANK

BRANSON (AP) — A 77-year-old man who said he robbed a Branson bank to get access to health care has been sentenced to two years in federal prison... Read more

DUI SUSPECT DRIVES MILE WITH BODY LODGED IN CAR

By JIM SALTER

Associated press


ST. LOUIS (AP) — An effort to get the legendary Delta Queen riverboat back afloat on the Mississippi River and its tributaries got a boost Wednesday when the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee agreed to reinstate an exemption for the 89-year-old vessel... Read more

After Senate

committee vote

DELTA QUEEN CLOSER TO CRUISING AGAIN

CREVE COEUR (AP) — Many cities and counties have banned smoking indoors, but the St. Louis suburb of Creve Coeur is going a step further... Read more

CREVE COEUR

OKs OUTDOOR SMOKING BAN

By LOLITA C. BALDOR

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior military leaders expressed concern this week that the launch of new Pentagon rules allowing transgender service members to serve openly in the U.S. military is moving too quickly, arguing that details must still be resolved, several senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press... Read more