By Rusty Bradshaw Independent Newsmedia It is estimated that up to 40 percent of Sun City residents are winter visitors, leaving the community during the hot summer months for the…
Girls Golf: Singh wins playoff with Murray to take Central Regional title, Raiders qualify as team
Amisha Singh's outstanding day nearly slipped away at the end, but the Smoky Hill sophomore saved herself when it counted. With a hot putter in her hands, Singh got as low as 4-under-par midway through the Class 5A Central Regional girls golf tournament Monday at City Park Golf Course, but watched a good-sized lead evaporate over the final few holes.
RCSC officials rethink Sun Bowl limits
By Rusty Bradshaw Independent Newsmedia Recreation Centers of Sun City officials will not consider limiting the uses at the Sun Bowl, 10220 N. 107th Ave. The RCSC board had a…
Sikeston DPS fights fire on E. Gladys
Firefighters with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety battled a fire on the 1500 block of E. Gladys Wednesday morning.
El Jalapeño opens for business in Greenville
By Brandon Schreur | on May 04, 2019 GREENVILLE — After months of speculation as to what would go inside the building that was formerly home to the Down Home Restaurant, El Jalapeño Mexican Restaurant has now solved that mystery as they have officially opened for business El Jalapeño in Greenville officially opened for business on Friday. Located at 1114 N. Lafayette Street, the restaurant serves a wide variety of Mexican cuisine at affordable prices. — DN Photo | Brandon Schreur On Friday, the new Mexican restaurant located at 1114 N. Lafayette Street in Greenville celebrated its grand opening The restaurant offers enchiladas, burritos, tacos, chimichangas and more, all for affordable prices. El Jalapeño management did…
New flood outlook: 50 percent chance of 50-foot crest in Grand...
The Red River Valley continues to be "at the mercy of March" as the risk for flooding keeps going up in the area.The National Weather Service has issued another flood outlook and the predictions are bleak."The first half of March has been Merciless, adding significantly more snow into...
A dumpling crawl in Brentwood? Count us in
Four new restaurants feature good to delicious versions of Himalayan dumplings known as momos.
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Flyers introduce odd-looking mascot, soak in the comments
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Flyers have introduced an odd-looking new team mascot — a 7-foot fuzzy creature named Gritty with a wild, orange beard. The character's debut triggered an outpouring of comments online, including "Good luck sleeping tonight, Flyers fans" and comparisons to ZZ Top and the Muppets. Twitter users created memes with Gritty taking the place of horror-movie villains and splicing his head onto other disturbing images.