• Every email program (Outlook, Windows Live, Thunderbird, etc) is different on how they set up email service, but they ask all the same questions. Here are all the answers that you need. both IMAP & POP3 work mail.semo.net for incoming mail.semo.net for outgoing your username is your email address YES or NO on SSL for incoming & outgoing (see below for more information) leave incoming server port to the default change the outgoing server port to 587   Here are more details SSL or no SSL If you turn on SSL, you will be prompted to accept our certificate (your device might even call it an "untrustworthy" certificate, but you can select to accept it). This setting has to do with how

    Feb 15,
  • Dial-Up Access Numbers Any of our users (semo.net / sheltonbbs.com / IMSInternet.net) can use the phone numbers below. Please be aware that you must use your full email address (example: flarson@semo.net or jcolley@sheltonbbs.com) to log in not just your username (example: flarson or jcolley) as in the past. Locations Phone # Advance 573.722.9920 Annapolis 573.598.3863 Bernie 573.293.1888 Birch Tree 573.292.4004 Bloomfield 573.568.2840 Boss 573.538.1000 Bunker 573.463.1000 Campbell 573.246.2428 Cape Girardeau 573.334.9117 Centerville 573.648.2326 Charleston 573.683.2286 Columbia 573.777.1112 Deering See Hayti or Kennett Dexter 573.624.3722 Ellsinore 573.322.8421 Eminence 573.226.5005 Farmington 573.518.0137 Flat River 573.518.0137 Fredericktown 573.783.1913 Fremont 573.251.1000 Hayti 573.359.0850 Ironton/Arcadia 573.546.1932 Jackson 573.204.1706 Kennett 573.888.1310 Lesterville 573.487.1890 Malden 573.276.5951 Marble Hill 573.238.4942 Marston 573.643.2158 New Wells 573.833.6298 Oats/Black 573.623.1890 Oran

    Dec 12,
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  • POPLAR BLUFF - Tucked away in the woods south of Poplar Bluff is a scene that would humble even the most elaborately decorated greeting card. The scene on the half-mile stretch of gravel road leading to the Pennington’s 60-acre mum farm is one of browning, overgrown fields and what appears to be a junk yard; it does not prepare you for the panorama of color laying just ahead. There is color everywhere from blaze orange pumpkins of all kinds, including warty, decorative, pie and various others.  Among the mums, you will also find gourds of many varieties and, the Pennington’s will share how to dry it for use as a birdhouse. Brilliant colored mums are everywhere: there are purple, purple

    Nov 10,
  • There is nothing that fits the description of “Americana” more than an old fashioned “five and dime” store. There was a time when almost every small town had a “Ben Franklin” store, a five and dime named after the famous American forefather who declared “a penny saved is a penny earned.” Not many Ben Franklin stores have survived in our country, but one does in Dexter. “This store, originally Weber’s Variety Store, was founded in 1909,” explained Donna West, now the store’s manager. Then in the 1930’s, she said, it became “Weber’s Ben Franklin.” West said the stores are franchised, but now less than a hundred “Ben Franklins” still survive nationwide. The store is still a “five and dime,” but

    Nov 02,
  • Erin Brown has a passion for art. That’s why she opened Metro Gallery at 1 East Stoddard in Dexter. “I come from a family that has always loved art,” she explained. She also loves Dexter. That’s why she opened Metro Gallery and Powder Room & Boutique in Dexter. And, she believes in bringing the world to Dexter through her goods. “We have jewelry and art here from all over the world,” said Brown. “Our jewelry artists come from Turkey, Africa, and from all over the U.S. It is all handcrafted.” The Metro also carries hand-crafted candles, pottery and, even, goat’s milk soap. “We go on road trips to find these treasures,” she said, in addition to their annual buyers’ markets

    Nov 01,
  • Photo  - Charlie and Charlie (not sure which one is which) Charles West has been in downtown Dexter for a long time. He now operates “Mr. Charlie’s” at 22 East Stoddard Street. “I’ve operated a store downtown for 40 years,” explained West. For many years, he had stores in both Dexter and Malden. At one time he had both a furniture and shoe store. “Then I retired, or at least thought I’d retire,” said West. But, once again, he was drawn back to downtown Dexter. He said it’s a hard habit to break. “Downtown Dexter has gone through a lot of stages over the years,” said West. It’s had boom times and then times when things weren’t looking so great.

    Oct 31,
  • When a pageant, prom or formal approaches it's time for a visit to The Bunny Patch. Owner Peggy Barks' shop enjoys mainstay status in downtown Dexter, and has serviced generations of patrons for 27 years. On Monday, SEMO TIMES found Peggy at the back of her temporary location, sitting at a sewing machine designing custom fittings as she has for a couple of generations of clients. Her large, 8,000 + square-foot shop is in the midst of renovations, she explained. After so long in the same location, Barks decided her store could use a face lift. "I don't have even half my inventory here," she said. "It will be very, very nice when we get back there." The Bunny Patch

    Oct 30,
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