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Brenda Rolwing

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Fred Herring — Corning, Ark.

Sandra Digges

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Billy Joe Morgan

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Shane Tipton

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Larry E. Whited

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Denson Lee “Denny” Boner, Sr.

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Melvin “Tex” Chailland

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NIGHTMARE ENDS

NATION

ST. LOUIS

PROTESTERS GO TO UPSCALE MALLS, SUBURBS

BY FREIDA FRISARO and

KELLI KENNEDY

Associated Press


MIAMI (AP) — As the devastated Florida Keys began reopening to residents who fled Hurricane Irma, officials warned the returning islanders to bring enough supplies to sustain them for a while, because no one yet knows when water and power will be fully restored... Read more

OFFICIALS: RETURNING KEYS RESIDENTS MUST BE SELF-SUSTAINING

LAPORTE, In. (AP) — Authorities say an Indiana man who robbed a gas station made off with food, drinks and cigarettes. What he didn’t steal was gas... Read more

GAS STATION ROBBERY SUSPECT’S GETAWAY CAR RUNS OUT OF FUEL

THE BIG FEMA FIGHT

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


VAN BUREN — Officials in Carter County say recovery dollars from the federal Emergency Management Agency could total only half of what is needed to repair the courthouse, sheriff’s department and jail... Read more

BY BRIAN ROSENER

DAR Sports Editor


It took an unlikely comeback to erase 14 years of frustration for the Poplar Bluff volleyball team Monday night.... Read more

STATE

BY JIM SALTER and

SUMMER BALLENTINE

Associated Press


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Noisy demonstrators disrupted shopping at upscale suburban malls on Saturday and later marched through a popular district of bars and restaurants to protest a white St. Louis police officer’s acquittal in the killing of a black man, but the second day of protests was peaceful following sporadic vandalism and violence a night earlier... Read more

DEFIANT N. KOREA LEADER SAYS HE

WILL COMPLETE

NUKE PLAN

WORLD LEADERS FACE CRISES IN N. KOREA, MYANMAR AT UN

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POPLAR BLUFF PLAYERS, FROM LEFT, HALEY SLAUGHTER, SOPHIA ROWLAND, DONI EVERTS, ADY KINGREE, HANNAH VAUGHN AND KILEY BESS CELEBRATE BEATING FARMINGTON FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2003 MODAY NIGHT AT THE SENIOR HIGH GYM.

CHRISTY MERCER, DISTRICT DIRECTOR FOR SEN. CLAIRE MCCASKILL, AND PRESIDING COMMISSIONER DON BLACK STAND MONDAY NEAR A SIGN (TAPED TO GLASS AT LEFT) MARKING THE FLOODING LEVEL ON THE GROUND FLOOR OF THE CARTER COUNTY COURTHOUSE.  DAR photos/Donna Farley

MULES OVERCOME 23-15 DEFICIT,

EARN 1ST WIN OVER FARMINGTON SINCE 2003

AREA OBITUARIES FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 29

WILL CARTER COUNTY GET ONLY A

FRACTION OF WHAT WAS PROMISED?

‘RED FLAG’

CALLS SIGNALED POST-IRMA DEATHS AT NURSING HOME

BY TERRY SPENCER, JENNIFER KAY and TIM REYNOLDS

Associated Press


HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — The first 911 call from the Rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills didn’t sound ominous: A nursing home patient had an abnormal heartbeat... Read more

WORLD

BY KIM TONG-HYUNG and

EDITH M. LEDERER

Associated Press


SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country is nearing its goal of “equilibrium” in military force with the United States, as the United Nations security Council strongly condemned the North’s “highly provocative” ballistic missile launch over Japan on friday... Read more

BY EDITH M. LEDERER

Associated Press


UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Facing an escalating nuclear threat from North Korea and the mass flight of minority Muslims from Myanmar, world leaders gather at the United Nations starting Monday to tackle these and other tough challenges — from the spread of terrorism to a warming planet... Read more

SPLIT VOTE ON CITY HALL FINANCING

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff City Council members voted 4-3 Monday on an early step in the process to secure up to $8 million in financing for a new city hall building... Read more

CITY COUNCIL

UTILITY MONEY

WILL BE SEPARATE

BY DONNA FARLEY

DAR Staff Writer


Poplar Bluff utility money will not be used to shore up other city finances, the council said Monday in a long-awaited vote to separate ratepayer money from taxpayer expenses... Read more

COUNCIL IS UNANIMOUS

CARTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE COUNTY CLERK HOLD A MEETING MONDAY IN THEIR TEMPORARY LOCATION AT A FORMER RETAIL STORE.  DAR photos/Donna Farley

PROTESTERS MADE GOOD ON THREAT TO DISRUPT BUSINESS

ST. LOUIS (AP) — When a former police officer was acquitted in the fatal shooting of a black suspect, protesters vowed to show their disdain by disrupting business in downtown St. Louis. They quickly succeed... Read more

LORI SHIFTER HELPS CLEAN UP AFTER A VIOLENT CROWD BROKE WINDOWS IN UNIVERSITY CITY, A ST. LOUIS SUBURB.  AP photo

BEARCATS CONTINUE SUCCESS IN SCAA

BY SCOTT BORKGREN

DAR Sports Writer


DEXTER — The Lady Bearcats are a win away from sweeping the Stoddard County activities Association regular season schedule.... Read more

ROYALS WALK AWAY WITH OFC VICTORY

BY BEN STRIKER

DAR Sports Writer


BROSELEY — Greenville just left the door cracked open a little too long and a little too often Monday as Twin Rivers overcame four separate deficits.... Read more