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AUTHORITIES: MAN ROBS BANK, THEN GETS NAKED AND THROWS MONEY

CRAPPIE

MEETINGS WON’T

BE RESCHEDULED

BY PAUL DAVIS

DAR Outdoors Editor


Because of major flooding in May, it really wasn’t any surprise when the Missouri Department of Conservation canceled the three meetings it had schedule around the area to discuss the crappie situation at Wappapello Lake, and ever since, we’ve been waiting to hear when they’d be reschedule... Read more

OHIO STATE FAIR

TO OPEN WITHOUT RIDES AFTER DEADLY MALFUNCTION

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COLUMBUS (AP) — The Oho State Fair will open Thursday one day after a man was killed a seven other people were injured when a thrill ride broke apart, but the rides won’t be running until they all are deemed safe, officials state... Read more

TRUMP’S TRANS

BAN DIVIDES VETS

IN CONGRESS

CARLOS MARTINEZ CONNECTS FOR GAME-TYING SINGLE IN FIFTH

BY STEE OVERBEY

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ST. LOUIS (AP) — Like a true power hitter, Carlos Martinez took a hefty cut and came up empty on the 92 mph fastball.... Read more

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS RELIEF PITCHER SEUNG-HWAN OH, RIGHT, AND CATCHER CARSON KELLY HUG FOLLOWING THE TEAM’S GAME AGAINST THE COLORADO ROCKIES ON WEDNESDAY IN ST. LOUIS. AP Photo

FRIDAY IS WORLD HEPATITIS DAY

At top, Lucy Wolpers, 7, splashes into the pool at the end of the Eagle Lake Camp’s water slide. Above, Cyrus Sagharichi learns about archery during this week’s camp at the First United Methodist Church.... Read more

‘WE’LL REBUILD’

CARTER SHERIFF:

BY  MICHELLE FRIEDRICH

DAR Associate Editor


VAN BUREN — Carter County Sheriff Rick Stephens was a little teary eyed as he recently watched crews demolish the house, which once was used as the departments patrol/administrative building... Read more

TRC ACCEPTING APPS FOR LPN PROGRAM DEADLINE IS OCT. 2

BY  CHELSAE CORDIA

DAR Staff Writer


Three Rivers College has received approval from the Missouri state Board of Nursing to take over sponsorship of the Licensed Practical Nursing program previously run by the Poplar Bluff Technical Career Center (PBTCC)... Read more

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS’ MATT CARPENTER (13) SCORES PAST COLORADO ROCKIES CATCHER RYAN HANIGAN DURING THE FOURTH INNING WEDNESDAY IN ST. LOUIS. AP Photo

FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) — Authorities in Florida say they arrested a man who robbed a bank, stripped naked and ran down the street throwing stolen money... Read more

TRUMP’S ANTI-SESSIONS PUBLIC TWEETS DISMAY ALABAMA’S REPUBLICANS

BY KIM CHANDLER

Associated Press


MONTGOMERY A(P) — President Donald Trump finds some of his strongest support in bloodred Alabama, but his public flogging of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is dismaying Republicans who consider the conservative stalwart to be a home state hero... Read more

FUN AT EAGLE

LAKE CAMP

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Many people living with a treatable, and possibly even curable, disease that can cause liver cancer and other serious health problems have no idea they are at risk... Read more

Army veteran Ted King, 59, was unaware he had hepatitis C until tested. Photo provided

ST. JUDE ARCHERY SHOOT COMING UP AUG. 11-12

BY PAUL DAVIS

DAR Outdoors Editor


From the time it began as a small fundraiser in 2011 until last year’s record-setting event, the ‘Shootin for St. Jude’ archery fundraiser in Poplar Bluff has grown by leaps and bounds, and organizers expect that trend to continue when this year’s event takes place on Aug. 11-12... Read more

RIVERWAYS TO

HOST ‘FISH WITH A RANGER’ CLINIC

EMINENCE — Ozark National Scenic Riverways will offer a “Fish with a Ranger” clinic beginning at 8:30 a.m. on July 30, at the river access adjacent tot he Alley Spring Campground... Read more

COON CLUB

HOSTS CLASSIC

The Butler County Coon Club hosted the PKC SEMO Classic Friday night at its headquarters off County Road 607, and the top dog was Freak-N-Downgrade, handled by Brandon Whitley... Read more

BY RICHARD LARDNER

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s decision to ban transgender service in the armed forces drove a wedge through military veterans in congress, with one camp standing squarely behind the commander in chief and the other decrying his order as an ugly attack on dedicated troops... Read more