Primary Day 2016 complete

August 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

Political Season One for the Ages Primary’16 in the Books After today’s (Aug. 2) primary election in Missouri, perhaps, the tone and tenor of your Facebook feed will tone down until November  7 ~ when the real decisions will be made. Today, just limited the field and set up the grudge Read more

County Commission Meeting

July 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

Weekly Commission Meeting Mississippi County receives USDA request At Thursday’s meeting of the Mississippi County Commission, Long-time (34 years) County Clerk Hubert DeLay, Jr. advised that USDA has sent forth a dispatch notifying the board of future accommodations that will have to be met Read more

Primary Election Looms On Horizon

July 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Critical Election Year Missouri’s Primary is Tuesday, August 2. While many take the time and put forth freely their opinions of Political matters on Social Media. The percentage of the population that is registered to vote is astonishingly low; and, furthermore, the Folks that actually take Read more

Happy Birthday, Joe

July 23, 2016 // 1 Comment

Family A First-Hand glimpse at Love. Joe Foster turned 60 today. His family held a surprise Birthday Party for him at the Cedar’s tonight in East Prairie attended by more than 50 people. A veritable Who’s Who of Ep were there to help celebrate. And, to be a friend of Joe’s is to Read more

“Looked Like Just A T” ~ Someone Once Said To Me

July 23, 2016 // 0 Comments

Hopes to make Largest Living Cross in America At a crossroads in Sikeston, Missouri, I noticed a waving man holding a Cross. It was 99 on my mirror; Jim Cantore’s heat indexes above the Century Mark. As the curious kind, I needed to know more. The search for Knowledge leads to Wisdom, a wise Read more

A Stones Throw Away

July 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

Just Across the Mississippi Explorer Heaven A Short distance to travel to see one of the fundamental reasons France controlled the territory of Louisiana that the Americans were able to snatch from their hands in one of the slickest Land Deals of history. You will find no PokemanGo characters but Read more

At Least, ‘we’ are trying

July 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

One by One Change has got to come ~ After another Breaking News alert on CNN brought the dreaded headlines scrolling across the screen. The city of Charleston is to be commended for its positive steps to address the racial tension in America. Community events were held over this past weekend and Read more

The Man Flying the Machine

July 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

National Sunday Law Forces Unite Amid Stupendous crisis That is the title of A. Jan Marcussen’s 94-page book that he distributes as he travels. While he is on the road, Marcussen also operates a contraption straight out of the movies…and, he does so with a testimony and a talk to who Read more


July 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

Brave, Courageous 3-year struggle Coach Documented his battle on Social Media Bill Foster was a brave and courageous man. ‘Coach’ was a kind and gentle spirit. And, his warm heart will be remembered by all. Foster leaves behind a loving wife, Abbi, and son, Eli. Our prayers are with the Read more

Mississippi County, Missouri ~ at its finest

July 15, 2016 // 0 Comments

#PlayBall Charleston and East Prairie do their part If you need something to occupy your time and escape the madness. The 2016 Missouri 13-year old State Tournament is underway in East Prairie at Kathy Simpkins Park… The Senior Babe Ruth State Tournament continues at Hillhouse Park in Read more
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