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    Feb 15,
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    Dec 12,
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  •   To some, the launch of a new website may not sound like a big deal. But to Jan Morrow, Director of the Ripley County Health Department, it is a huge deal. “Our health department was first opened in 1954 in the basement of the Courthouse with just one nurse and one clerk,” recalls Morrow. The department took a huge step forward in 1964 when it got its own building through Hill Burton funds, with an original cost of about $35,000. Then the building received an addition in the 1990’s. The physical growth was greatly needed to keep up with the caseload growth. “In 1978, we had a caseload of only 75 a month in our WIC program. Now we

    Jan 27,
  • It’s going to be a day full of music, beauty pageants, and fireworks next Saturday as the Ripley County Chamber of Commerce sponsors its annual Fourth of July Celebration at Doniphan’s Riverfront Park. Music is going to take center stage at this event following the pageant, and will include Black River Blues Bad, Nashville entertainer Scott Shipley, Bad JJ, and Jayen Andrews, who was the winner of the Billy Yates Hearts for the Arts Scholarship. Darin Stevens of the Black River Blues Band says the “Red, White and Blues” entertainment program is a dream of his that has been several years in the making. “Thirty years ago, the band I was playing I opened the Fourth of July Show at

    Jun 28,
  • PHOTO - Cindy Jenks, DNAP Board, Candi Whitlow, DNAP Board and Bloodlines of Salem Descendant, Kat Robinson, Event Coordinator and Bloodlines of Salem, Lynn Maples, Museum Curator.   There will be a huge Halloween celebration in Doniphan Friday evening and the town has an unusual bit of genealogy to credit for the celebration. When Kat Robinson started researching her family’s genealogy, she ran across something very surprising. She found she was a direct descendant of the Bloodlines of Salem Massachusetts. “Luckily, my multi-great grandparents, Thomas and Mrs. Roberts, weren’t executed, but they were banished to Rhode Island,” explained Robinson. This was prior to the famous witch trials of 1692. Those trials resulted in the execution of twenty people, most of

    Oct 31,
  • Doniphan – The high school principal for Doniphan R-1 Schools today remains on administrative leave while authorities continue to investigate allegations of “inappropriate messaging” between the principal, Ron McCutchen, and a former student. Formal charges have not been filed in the case. The Ripley County Prosecutor, Chris Miller, is continuing this investigation of the case to determine if charges should be filed. Dr. Jennifer Snyder, superintendent for Doniphan R-1 Schools, confirmed that McCutchen remains at this point on administrative leave until it can be determined whether or not formal charges will be filed. The situation apparently involves a former Doniphan R-1 student who has since moved from the district.

    Oct 06,
  • Doniphan, Mo. - Funeral services will be held Friday for a 36-year-old Poplar Bluff man who was killed in a shooting incident at Doniphan early Saturday morning. A visitation and memorial service will be held Friday evening, Sept. 5 for Manuel G. Williams, of Poplar Bluff, and formerly of Grandin, will bet the Edwards Funeral Home in Doniphan. Charged with first degree murder in the incident is Michael L. Futrell, 56, of Doniphan. Futrell is additionally charged with armed criminal action and unlawful use of a loaded firearm, also both felony charges. The range of punishment for the first degree murder charge, if convicted, is death or imprisonment for life without eligibility for probation or parole. From the affidavit for

    Sep 02,

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