• Bollinger County Marble Hill - Kristin T. Nanney Sturdivant - Amy M. McCutchen Zalma - Jimmy D. Casey, Cody R. King   Butler County Broseley - Callie L. Arrington, James H. Johnson, Nancy L. Johnson, Jenna L. Williams Fisk - Kira L. Cunningham, Shelby L. Revelle, Casey J. Wayne Harviell Alyessea A. Kreyling, Katlin A. Mansfield, Noemi G. Piedrasanta Diaz, Susan Silkwood, Makenna E. Tipton, Lucas K. Wagner Neelyville Cynthia D. Boyd, Zane S. Davis, Latoya D. Loyd, Francis A. Pennington, Chelsea B. Petty Poplar Bluff Christina L. Aguilar, Bailey M. Alford, Melanie K. Anthony, Brandus H. Bailey, Patricia D. Bailey, Ashley N. Baker, Brittney L. Barker, Eric T. Batton, William L. Bowling, Katelyn C. Brinkley, Karisa M. Brown, Hazel D. Bryant, Clayton S. Carpenter,

    Apr 19,
  • Across southeast and south central Missouri, I have met some of the hardest working people found anywhere in America. Whether they are farmers, manufacturers or small business owners, they all have one thing in common – they want to do their jobs free of government overreach and interference, and provide their products, services and goods to others in Missouri and around the world. American made goods are the best and highest quality found anywhere in the world, but in order for our farmers and businesses to survive and grow, other countries and businesses they are competing against must follow the rules. For too long we have simply sat back and accepted allowing other countries to subsidize their businesses, illegally flood

    Apr 14,
  • Top fundraising students presented a check to St. Jude in the amount of $47,748 on Friday, March 31, during a field trip they were awarded to the children’s research hospital in Memphis. The Poplar Bluff School District has raised a total of $967,924 for the hospital since the campus community first began participating in Math-A-Thon in 1989. If the students reach their all-time goal next school year, R-I will be the first school system ever to donate more than $1 million, according to district coordinator Jenifer Richardson, Oak Grove principal. During the visit, students—grades K through 8—learned about the work that St. Jude is doing to some day cure cancer by watching informational videos and participating in a historical scavenger

    Apr 11,

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