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Recent articles by Noelle:

Southeast Missouri State custodial workers react to new management

Southeast Missouri State University has new changes coming. Some workers are worried about a new management could affect some workers jobs. → Read More

Demand for summer camps increases cost for parents

Experts said about 26 million kids will enroll in camps this summer, high demand is causing parents to pay more. Local camp leaders say this is the most interest they’ve seen in years. → Read More

BBB warns people of secret shopper scams

Being a secret shopper may sound like the perfect job for some, but it may be too good to be true. → Read More

New MO initiative could help legalize recreational marijuana use

There’s a chance recreational marijuana use could be legalized in Missouri. → Read More

Local health officials push folks to get COVID vaccine following new warning from White House

The Biden Administration says a possible coronavirus wave this fall could infect 100 million people. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns people of moving scams

Moving into new homes can be exciting but also a hassle and even dangerous. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns people of moving scams

Moving into new homes can be exciting but also a hassle and even dangerous. → Read More

SIU students and faculty host rally in support of professor on federal trial

An SIU faculty member is on trial, accused by the federal government of wire fraud. → Read More

Local pool stores affected by national chlorine shortage

Getting necessary items for your pool this summer could be a struggle this summer, again. Local pool companies say there is another chlorine shortage. → Read More

Restaurant owners feel impact of inflation on meat and poultry

Chicken is one of the most popular items on El Sol Mexican Restaurant’s menu. → Read More

Restaurant owners feel impact of inflation on meat and poultry

Chicken is one of the most popular items on El Sol Mexican Restaurant’s menu. → Read More

Cape Girardeau Police uses new technology to locate gun shots

Cape police are focusing on Downtown South Cape, where they say gunfire happens often. They hope this technology used in big cities can reduce gun violence in Cape. → Read More

Du Quoin School District finds new bus provider

Du Quoin Students will have new rides to school in the upcoming academic year. That’s because the district is choosing to work with a new bus service after pushback from bus drivers. → Read More

Carbondale High School students raise money for classmate with cancer

What started out as a class project becomes a labor of love for one group of Heartland high school students. → Read More

Anna substitute teacher saves choking student in viral video

An Anna elementary student is thanking a substitute teacher for saving his life. The school camera captured everything that happened. → Read More

Southeast student makes efforts to increase blood donations

The American Red cross recently honored, a SEMO student, for her efforts to help save lives. → Read More

Heartland man attempts to run around the world for second time

His first try was cut short by Covid-19, but this morning, a Heartland man began his second attempt to run around the world. → Read More

Kennett city officials face new roadblock in bringing hospital back to town

A new roadblock in the three-year battle to bring a hospital back to Kennett. → Read More

Repair deadline ends for Cape Broadway Theatre

Time is up for the Cape Broadway Theatre, after Cape Girardeau city leaders says the damaged building was a danger. → Read More

East Prairie man set to debut short film in Cape Girardeau

The 20-year-old East Prairie native will premier his first short film “Phantom of the Fields” at the Marcus Cape West Cinema, all written and directed by him. → Read More