Nichole Cartmell, KFVS News

Nichole Cartmell


Cape Girardeau, MO, United States

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Past articles by Nichole:

Ceramics studio molds new life into Cape Girardeau’s historic synagogue

A historic Jewish synagogue in Cape Girardeau is now home to Riverside Pottery, a studio aimed at showing people different ways to craft ceramics. → Read More

Puxico Police to host benefit concert for Christmas toy drive

The benefit concert will be held at Veterans Park in Puxico, Mo. on Saturday, Oct. 10. → Read More

Voter Guide: Missouri August 2020 Primary Election

On the ballot are several contested races including seats in Congress, the House of Representatives and statewide offices like governor. → Read More

Ashley McBryde withdraws from Sikeston Rodeo lineup

The Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo Board of Directors announced Ashley McBryde is withdrawing from the lineup due to unforeseen circumstances. → Read More

Tractors line Hwy. 51 to honor Stoddard Co. man

Businesses, farmers, and many others came together to honor the family of Landall Zoll. → Read More

Tractors line Hwy. 51 to honor Stoddard Co. man

Businesses, farmers, and many others came together to honor the family of Landall Zoll. → Read More

ZZ Top pulls out of Sikeston rodeo lineup, Jaycees working to find replacement

The Jaycees announced on Friday, June 26 that the band ZZ Top will no longer perform at the Sikeston Bootheel Rodeo. → Read More

140th Fancy Farm Picnic to be held with COVID-19 modifications

Barbecue and political speeches will continue at the annual event. → Read More

Shawnee National Forest to open majority of campgrounds

While the forest service is looking forward to giving visitors more ways to get out and enjoy nature, the move comes with a warning to follow health guidelines. → Read More

Fire at solid waste management company in Delta, Mo. under investigation

Multiple fire crews responded to a fire at Pete Tanner's Solid Waste in Delta, Mo. early Thursday morning, May 28. → Read More

4 St. Louis police officers shot during unrest near police headquarters

At least four St. Louis Metro Police officers were injured by gunfire during unrest in the city Monday night. → Read More

Murals symbolizing peace transform damage after fire at Islamic Center

Artists Christy Moore and Craig Thomas donated their time and skill to painting the boarded-up entrance of the building. → Read More

Body found on beach where WWE pro Shad Gaspard went missing

Los Angeles firefighters said a body was found on Venice Beach early Wednesday, days after former World Wrestling Entertainment pro Shad Gaspard was caught in a rip tide while swimming with his son. → Read More

Cape Girardeau comedy club owner serves on coronavirus frontlines

Jeff Johnson, the owner of Laughing Gas Comedy Club, is a trained respiratory therapist, an occupation heavily relied on during this pandemic. → Read More

Microsoft feature targets flood of reply-all emails

Microsoft has a solution to the problem that has annoyed workplaces for decades. → Read More

Amber Alert issued for missing child in Okaloosa County, Fla.

A Florida AMBER Alert has been issued for Alliarra Williams. → Read More

Harry Potter casts a spell on Covid-19 in Cape Girardeau mural

The piece shows Harry Potter as a young wizard casting a spell on the coronavirus, a colorful image of a specimen with crown-like spikes. → Read More

Maintain social distance by gardening

Right now is great time to start a garden. → Read More

Nursing homes looking for creative ways to support residents

Nursing homes across the Heartland are closed to visitors as a precaution against the coronavirus. → Read More

Cape Girardeau firefighters take proactive measures to avoid spread of coronavirus

Battalion Chief Dustin Koerber says emergency services must continue despite the coronavirus bringing a lot of day-to-day life to a halt. → Read More