• 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,
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  • 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,
  • Jazz bands from schools across Southeast Missouri will come together to perform in the Tinnin Center as Three Rivers College hosts its 26th Annual Jazz Festival on Feb. 9 and 11. Both shows will be at 7 p.m. Admission for the Feb. 9 performance will be $2 for students and $3 for adults. Admission to the Feb. 11 performance is free. Both nights will feature performances from the Three Rivers College Jazz Band, which will be joined on Feb. 9 by junior high, high school, and college jazz bands from across the region. The Saturday, Feb. 11 performance will feature the Southeast All-District Jazz Band, which consists of the best high school jazz musicians in Missouri Music Educators Association (MMEA)

    Jan 23,
  • Three Rivers College will honor 50 years of alumni, faculty, staff, and leadership at its second annual Raider Reunion celebration. The event will be held in the Bess Activity Center on the college’s Poplar Bluff Campus, Saturday, Feb. 6, in conjunction with the Raiders and Lady Raiders basketball games versus State Fair. All Three Rivers former students and graduates; faculty, and staff, former and present; and college supporters are welcome to attend. Admission to the event and both games will be free. “For 50 years, our alumni, faculty, and staff have supported this college, and now it’s time to give back,” said Dr. Wesley Payne, President of Three Rivers College. “The foundation laid fifty years ago has made it possible

    Jan 26,
  • The Tinnin Fine Arts Center at Three Rivers College will open 2016 with the first children’s show of the 2015-16 Patrons of the Arts season, as well as a special two-man production from Center Stage. “We’re kicking off the new year with two really powerful shows at the Tinnin Center,” said Tim Thompson, Director of the Tinnin Fine Arts Center. “’Goodbye Marianne’ has the raw emotion of any Holocaust story, and ‘Tuesdays With Morrie’ is a classic heartstring puller. I think these are two of the most affecting shows we’ve ever done at the Tinnin Center.” The Tinnin Fine Arts Center schedule for January 2016 will include the following performances. All shows are held in the Tinnin Center unless otherwise

    Dec 09,
  • Source: Poplar Bluff Schools The Patrons of the Arts Society has a mission of delivering high-quality theater to the Tinnin Fine Arts Center on the Three Rivers College campus at a discounted rate. Now the society has gone a step further, bringing the live performances directly to the school systems within the community college’s service area. The Repertory Imaginary Theatre Company performed “The Elves and the Shoemaker”—underwritten by the Daily American Republic—on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the Poplar Bluff Kindergarten Center. “Exposing young people to art and culture has a big impact on their development,” said R-I Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Patty Robertson, expressing gratitude to the society. “Students need a strong academic foundation, but they also need to be

    Nov 24,
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