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Missouri Winter Trout Season Begins on November 1, 2018

The Missouri Department of Conservation is stocking three lakes around the area with Rainbow Trout. The three lakes include Legion Lake in Perryville, Rotary Lake in Jackson and Giessing Lake in Farmington. High numbers on this fish will be stocked in all three areas. There will be 1,900 trout put into Rotary Lake, 3,760 in…read more »

.Southeast to Hold Pink Out Games this Weekend

In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness month Southeast Missouri State will be hosting their Pinkout games this weekend. The Volleyball team will be hosting Belmont on Friday at 6:30.”All Breast Cancer Survivors are Encouraged to come”, says University Athletic Coordinator of Promotions, Philip Lady.  The survivors who come will be admitted free of charge. The…read more »

Perry County Board for the Developmentally Disabled Raising Awareness of Disability Employment

This month is recognized as Disability Employment Awareness Month and the city of Perryville, Missouri is trying to raise awareness. The city recognized four businesses for employing disabled people in the community and in the region. The four businesses recognized were Perryville Wal-Mart, Mary Jane’s Burgers and Brew, KFC and Withers Broadcasting. These companies were…read more »

First Ever Hawktober Fest Next Weekend

In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month Southeast Missouri State University will be hosting their first ever Hawktober fest. The event will take place in front of Houk Stadium prior to the football game. The Redhawks football team will take on Jacksonville State at 2.p.m.. There will be a free German themed tailgate with beer…read more »

Southeast Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Next Weekend

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Southeast Missouri State University will recognize this next weekend. The Redhawks football team will be hosting their annual Pink out Game against Jacksonville State at 1.p.m. Many survivors of the disease will be in attendance and will be recognized. The Redhawks volleyball team will be hosting Tennessee State University…read more »

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Bengals’ defense tries to pick itself up vs Chiefs’ offense

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger threw the ball 46 times and got hit only once. When the Bengals’ defense went with an all-out blitz in the closing seconds to try to get a hand on him, Big Ben threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown to win the game. The Bengals’ defense had one of its…read more »

Titans address protection issues after giving up 11 sacks

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans face a sense of urgency to correct the problems they have protecting their quarterback. Giving up a franchise-record 11 sacks — one off the NFL record for a game — is a beacon to defenses looking to hit quarterback Marcus Mariota. “The blueprint’s out there,” Mariota said Wednesday.…read more »

Missouri needs rebound victory in midst of losing streak

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri offensive lineman Kevin Pendleton was surrounded by reporters after a loss at No. 1 Alabama last week, and he talked with disappointment and frustration about he had expected to beat a team his own coach called “as good as I’ve ever seen.” Across the room sat quarterback Drew Lock, who…read more »

Bulls announce deal with Zenni, will wear sponsorship patch

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bulls and Zenni Optical have announced a five-year deal that makes the online eyewear retailer the first company to place a sponsorship patch on the franchise’s jersey. The patch will be on the left breast of the team’s jerseys, starting with the opener at Philadelphia on Thursday. Chicago’s first home…read more »

Chicago Cubs hire Anthony Iapoce as hitting coach

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs are turning to a familiar face to help with their inconsistent offense. Chicago hired Anthony Iapoce as its hitting coach on Monday, replacing the fired Chili Davis. The 45-year-old Iapoce was a special assistant in the Cubs’ front office for three years from 2013-15, helping several of their current…read more »

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