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Monday, August 31, 2015
Board of Aldermen meets tomorrow night
Energy future depends on educating children today
ER doc sets world flight record to raise money for ALS fight
Gasoline prices fall 13 cents a gallon
Household items, tools, electronics found in stolen car
Missouri’s number of critical condition bridges is growing
Police report arrests and incidents

Friday, August 28, 2015
Blunt: NLRB decision bad for small businesses
Federal Court blocks EPA’s Clean Water rule
New laws affect motor vehicle, boat use
Perryville woman hurt in Highway 51 crash

Thursday, August 27, 2015
Free child car seat check offered
Happy Labor Day -- Honoring Missouri’s Workforce
Jason Smith’s brother has been located
MSHP reports arrests
Perryville firm listed among top contractors
Ranking Missouri on business tax costs
Route K closed for pipe replacement
September celebrates local, award-winning wine industry
Sheriff reports arrests and wanted individuals

Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Congressman Smith’s brother is missing
Fire units battle house fire off Highway 51 south
Missouri awarded almost $600,000 in funding to boost exports
More Missouri graduates take the act exam
Police report arrests and incidents
SEMO welcomes second largest student body in school history

Tuesday, August 25, 2015
$1.8 million in renovations slated for Mineral Area College
$10 million in renovations at Southeast slated
2015 QDMA Rack Pack event slated
Calendar sales will benefit Camp Hope
Farmers in Perry, Ste. Gen Counties may get assistance
Ozone levels remain low, but would violate new standards
Police report arrests and incidents
Ryan’s Run slated for Saturday
State treasurer helps families save for college
Tax amnesty period runs September 1-November 30

Monday, August 24, 2015
Black elected officials seek increased ECE funding
Cape Girardeau police report
FCC fines company $750,000 for blocking Wi-Fi
Gasoline prices plunge 11 cents a gallon
Perryville man hurt in Route H crash
Police report arrest after hit and run crash
State rep calls on gov to reconsider stadium plan

Friday, August 21, 2015
AG obtains restitution for victims of timeshare company
Blunt, cancer advocates seek boost in research funding
Human Trafficking Task Force
MU Extension conference for farm women set for Sept. 11-12
New maps raise alarms about EPA control of Missouri land
Perryville man hurt in Route B crash, charged with DWI
SBA offers disaster assistance
Smith calls for elimination of EPA

Thursday, August 20, 2015
Chester man seriously injured in Highway 51 crash
Four persons hurt in Route T crash
New law allows some heavier shipments of livestock, grain
PCSD No. 32 school board president issues statement
Perryville woman hurt in Route A crash
PHES student finds success in MoHealthWINs
Sheriff reports arrests

Wednesday, August 19, 2015
AG reaches $71 million consumer settlement with Amgen
Attorney General obtains restitution for consumers
Cost of living holds steady in Midwest
DED releases July 2015 jobs report
Drive The Kids fundraiser brings in $2,350 for St. Vincent
Gov. Nixon signs agreement to further trade with Canada
Local residents graduate from CMU
Man rescued from tree
NRCS awards MDC one of 15 national grants
PCSD No. 32 school board votes to censure Mark Gremaud
Rating agencies reaffirm Missouri’s AAA credit rating
Statewide fatalities increase by 13 percent over last year
USDA disaster designation affects farmers in 105 counties

Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Missouri hospital workforce vacancy, turnover rates volatile
MSHP reports arrests
Ozone levels remain below limits
PCMS lounge table made from reclaimed lumber, love
PCSD No. 32 Board to consider sanctions against member
Perryville aldermen meet tonight
Police report arrest
Sheriff places national motto on patrol cars

Monday, August 17, 2015
EPA proposes to cut methane emissions from landfills
Gasoline prices in Missouri rise 15.7 cents a gallon
MSHP launches online traffic safety compendium
Patrol: Make safety part of your Labor Day weekend plans
PCSD No. 32 school board to meet in special session
Police report arrests and incidents
Sheriff’s office reports arrests

Friday, August 14, 2015
Gov requests financial assistance from SBA for storm victims

Thursday, August 13, 2015
Farmers in Perry, Ste. Gen Cos. eligible for disaster assistance
Frohna woman hurt in Route C crash
Legislature to Investigate Planned Parenthood
Southeast Announces Summer 2015 Dean's List

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Disaster assistance available to Missouri private nonprofits
Emerson suffers brain hemorrhage while vacationing
Mo students exceed expectations on 2015 MAP
Police report arrests and incidents

Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Frohna man hurt in Route P crash
Last month’s sales tax receipts up $9,300 from July 2014
Ozone levels remain within limits, despite hot weather
Perryville youth hurt in ATV crash
Three teens hurt in pick up crash on PCR 854

Monday, August 10, 2015
Gasoline prices fall again in Missouri
Immanuel Lutheran School, Youth Dinner Auction slated
MSHP reports arrests
Ste. Gen, Perry Counties included in disaster declaration
Vomitoxin wheat seed offers cover crop usage

Friday, August 7, 2015
Blunt seeks to strengthen SS Disability Insurance Program
Measure will exempt life insurance paid during bankruptcy
MU debate expert says debate was helpful for voters
PACTC student takes 9th in nation in electronics technology
Police report arrests and incidents

Thursday, August 6, 2015
Area school staffs invited to breakfast, conference
Electric co-ops comment on EPA power plan
Missouri Lottery awards more than $74 million in prizes
Stronger standards proposed for restricted use pesticides
Watch for students, school starts soon

Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Back to school sales tax holiday is this weekend
Bill to exempt life insurance from bankruptcy proceedings signed
Blunt: New EPA rule means jobs losses, higher energy bills
McCaskill demands accountability from Bureau of Prisons
MSHP reports arrests
State releases July 2015 general revenue report

Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Police report arrests and incidents

Monday, August 3, 2015
Aldermen meet tomorrow evening
Crop-growing season could be wettest on record for 121 years
First Mega Millions jackpot ticket sold in Missouri
Gasoline prices fall in Missouri
Missouri teachers work two jobs to make ends meet
No charges for two journalists covering Ferguson protests
Perry County 4-H Fair results are released
Perryville man hurt in Route A crash
Perryville man installed as MPGA district director
Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey resigns
Sheriff reports arrest