Apr 6, 2013
SEMO program nurtures agricultural survival techniques
Somewhere in Japan this year, someone in the mood for steak will walk into a restaurant, scan a bar code on the "meat of the day" board with a smartphone and be told the grass-fed beef they are about to enjoy was raised at Southeast Missouri State University's David M. Barton Agriculture Research Center.
SE Mo. group considers rails-to-trails project
Discussions have begun in southeast Missouri about the possibility of turning a stretch of former railroad into a recreational trail.
SE Mo. farmers using solar to offset costs
A handful of farmers in southeast Missouri have been using solar power to offset their energy costs and generate power utility companies can buy.
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Fire investigators survey the damage at Blanchard Elementary School
Cape Fire crews are investigating after a Tuesday night structure fire at Blanchard Elementary School.
Men say they are thankful for shelter
Thanksgiving can be stressful, cooking a big meal, cleaning the house, decorating the table, but some people have much bigger things to worry about, and say they're still thankful.