Some could argue that the paperwork involved in college enrollment and financial aid is almost as tough as any of the tests it might take to get in. If students and their parents aren’t used to filling out lengthy forms and they aren’t familiar with basic financial, educational and bureaucra…
Homecoming. It’s a time when students and staff, former graduates and community come together to reconnect for an evening of high school basketball.
The Park Hills-Leadington Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet at the White Magnolia Banquet Hall in Leadington Saturday evening to recognize a few outstanding citizens and companies, including the Daily Journal. The Daily Journal, in turn, gave its annual Citizen of the Year A…
High school graduation rates dipped in at least 20 states after the first full school year disrupted by the pandemic, according to a new analysis.
With many workers considering career changes and embracing the work-at-home lifestyle, a free class is being presented at the local community college on how to monetize one's art.
With filing season beginning today, the Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers about several key items to keep in mind when filing their federal income tax returns this year.
Parkland Health Center recently announced Stephen Price was selected as the Our BJC Values Employee for the month of January 2022. Price is a Staff RN in the Geriatric Psychiatry unit at Parkland Health Center and has been employed at Parkland for ten years.
Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) crash reports indicate two local accidents occurred over the weekend.
After 36 years of working for St. Francois County Ambulance District, Paramedic Jim Easter radioed dispatch he was going “off-duty forever.”
An area man serving life without parole for the 2017 murder of a Reynolds County couple died this week, according to the Missouri Department of Corrections (DOC).
Two cats at the Farmington Pound; five cats at the Park Hills Pound; a dog and two cats at the Bonne Terre Pound; and four cats at the Fredericktown Pound are seeking their owners or new homes where they can be loved and cared for.
A large construction fence was installed last week on the northwest end of the court square in Fredericktown. This is the location of the soon-to-be constructed Madison County Justice Center Annex building.
The Central High School boys basketball team defeated rival North County, 74-53, on Jan. 14 at Central.
The North County High School girls basketball team defeated MAAA large school rival Central, 53-49, on Jan. 13 at Central.
Drivers on Nelson Street near Liberty Street might have found the road a bit icy Friday morning, the remnants of a residential fire that broke out earlier at a single-family dwelling.
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With January being Trafficking Awareness Month, a newly opened bakery in Bismarck will host a trafficking expert and survivor to speak on the subject and her experience this Saturday.
A group of 14 students from across the region recently graduated from the acclaimed Jefferson College EMT program as the class of 2021. Successful completion of the program and board examinations results in certification with NREMT (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians) to beco…
For the third year in a row, Cap America Inc. donated $25,000 to the Marquand Zion School District. The donation will be used for continued building improvements and new ceiling installations.
The St. Francois County Health Center Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) office has announced that a contract to continue to provide services for federal fiscal year 2022 has been signed with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
After years of watching Missouri voters amend the state constitution to raise the minimum wage, thwart Right-to-Work, expand Medicaid or legalize medical marijuana, Republican lawmakers are once again pushing to make the initiative petition process harder, according to a Missouri Independent…
Area firefighters responded to a structure fire on Hillsboro Road outside Park Hills Thursday morning.
That annual, friendly rivalry between North County School District and Farmington School District is getting ready to reignite next week, as high school students prepare for their big fundraising push to benefit the American Heart Association (AHA).
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri may be poised to embark on a major building spree using $2.8 billion in federal pandemic relief funds.
After four years of hard work, the funding is in place, the contractors were lined up and the ground was officially broken, Dec. 20, for the affordable housing project, Meadows of Fredericktown.
The St. Francois County Commission had a light load of business with only two items to address on the agenda Tuesday morning.
A one-story home on Martin Avenue in Farmington was heavily damaged by a fire early Wednesday afternoon.
Access to quality health care in the community is now even more convenient with the opening of Medical Arts Convenient Care’s new location at 534 Maple Valley Dr. in Farmington.
In support of worldwide commitments to advance the use of low-carbon building materials, LafargeHolcim in the U.S. has announced that its cement plants in Ste. Genevieve and Alpena, Michigan, have transitioned to OneCem® Portland limestone cement (PLC) production.
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POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Standout seniors Blake Cook and Dayton Boyd figure to remain medal contenders for Farmington next month at the Class 3 state wrestling tournament.
PARK HILLS – Lexi McCully enjoyed her most prolific shooting performance this season, and the Mineral Area women’s basketball team pushed through another tough battle.
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Ste. Genevieve pulled away from Sikeston and Poplar Bluff on Saturday afternoon to bring home the SEMO Conference girls wrestling tournament title.
STE. GENEVIEVE – For the many instances of minimal contact that landed North County in serious foul trouble on Friday night, a confounding no call invoked the loudest groan from its bench.
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