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AREA OBITUARIES

George ‘G.H.’ Coffer

— Fisk, Mo.

Mike Almond

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–– Qulin, Mo.

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TODAY’S LOCAL NEWS

SEMO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

Mules finish 3rd in SEMO Conference Tourney

BY ALEX WALLNER

Standard Democrat


SIKESTON – Struggling to score has been an early season problem for the Charleston boys basketball so far this season... Read more

COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND STAFF FROM JOHN J. PERSHING VA MEDICAL CENTER BREAK GROUND FRIDAY ON AN $8 MILLION URGENT CARE ADDITION EXPECTE TO BE COMPLETE IN EARLY 2020. Photo by DAR Paul Davis

POPLAR BLUFF’S CARLTON MCDONALD GOES UP FOR A SHOT AGAINST CHARLESTON IN THE THIRD PLACE GAME OF THE SEMO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ON FRIDAY AT THE SIKESTON FIELD HOUSE. STANDARD DEMOCRAT/Brent Shipman

BY DONNA FARLEY

Associated Editor


A space that serves as many as 1,500 veterans per month will see a significant upgrade after a groundbreaking Friday at John J. Pershing VA medical Center... Read more

TODAY’S SPORTS

VA breaks ground on urgent care

Trump picks Milley as military adviser

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump announced Saturday that he’s picked a battle-hardened commander who oversaw troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to be the nation’s next top military adviser... Read more

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Veterans receive Christmas meals

From staff reports


More than 200 veterans in need received grocery staples Friday to help them make their Christmas dinners. The effort was led by John J. Pershing VA Medical Center staff... Read more

Christmas crafts

with family

Poplar Bluff Municipal Library continued its tradition this year of holding family crafting sessions... Read more

Prosecutors connect Trump to crime

Associated Press


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connect Trump to a federal crime... Read more

PB’s St. Jude Heroes run to save lives

BY PAUL DAVIS

Outdoors Editor


MEMPHIS, Tenn. – An old adage says “life is a journey,” meaning you should live life to the fullest. The path you take is full of ups, downs, various people and experiences along the way. Twists, turns and changes of direction happen every day, but once in a while, an experience comes along to change a life forever.... Read more

SEMO BORDER CHALLENGE

Lady Mules offense stymied by Tupelo

BY NATE FIELDS

Sports Writer


DEXTER – Poplar Bluff went up against a defensively sound team in Tupelo (Miss), and it showed on the scoreboard and in the execution of the offense... Read more

COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND STAFF FROM JOHN J. PERSHING VA MEDICAL CENTER BREAK GROUND FRIDAY ON AN $8 MILLION URGENT CARE ADDITION EXPECTE TO BE COMPLETE IN EARLY 2020. Photo by DAR Paul Davis

Badge of Honor to help more groups

BY MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

Staff Writer


An organization supporting fallen police, fire and emergency-medical-services personnel across Missouri has been added to the beneficiaries of the fifth annual Badge of Honor Benefit Run.... Read more

POPLAR BLUFF SOPHOMORE SIERRA SIEVERS (35) SHOOTS THE BALL AS A TRIO OF TUPELO PLAYERS GUARD HER DURING FRIDAY’S GAME AT THE SEMO BORDER CHALLENGE IN DEXTER. DAR/Nate Fields

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Health insurance enrollment ends Dec. 15

BY MARYBETH NIEDERKORN

Southeast Missourian


Having health insurance is important, and low-or no-cost plans are available, but the open enrollment period ends Dec. 15, said Nancy Kelley, program director with Cover Missouri, a coalition whose vision is to reduce the number of uninsured in Missouri... Read more

Tax sale ends Cape project, PB business impacted

BY MARK BLISS

Southeast Missourian


A plan pushed by Cape Girardeau city officials to revitalize two run-down buildings and a vacant lot on Good Hope Street collapsed after the properties were sold by the county government for back taxes... Read more

OBITUARIES FOR MONDAY, DEC. 10

George ‘G.H.’ Coffer

FISK, Mo. - George “G.H.” Coffer, 80, of Orland Park, Ill., died Thursday, December 6, 2018 at his daughter’s residence, in Orland Park.   Visitation will be at 10 a.m. on Tues., Dec. 11 at White-Sanders Funeral Home in Fisk. Graveside services will follow at 11 a.m. at the Ash Hill Cemetery East at Fisk with Chuck White officiating. Condolences: www.whitesandersfuneralhome.com