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It seems like almost yesterday that a meeting in a Farmington, Missouri coffee shop yielded a story about the theft of a doughnut from a local grocery store that made national news! It was September of 2007 when a middle-aged man entered the Farmington country mart grocery, picked up a freshly baked doughnut, placed it inside his sweat shirt, and l…
 
Spain has given many gifts to gastronomy, like paella, manchego cheese, and the world’s greatest ham. But no less noteworthy are churros, or Spanish donuts. Fritter-like pastries made from cylinders of ridged batter and sprinkled with sugar, churros, not unlike American hushpuppies and French beignets, testify to the virtues of fried dough. As such…
 
2020 and this past week have reminded us about the importance of disaster planning in our businesses. Disasters can be man-made or natural. Either way, the percentage of businesses that don’t survive significant disasters is alarming. Many simply aren’t prepared and can’t make the recovery necessary to keep operating. We live in a great state and a…
 
Discover Nature this week with subtle signs of spring. If you’re yearning for signs of spring, look at the swollen buds on the branches of backyard trees and shrubs. Buds have been present since last summer, but often go unnoticed when competing for attention with a shroud of summer greenery or brilliant fall colors. Buds form at the base of the st…
 
Several Redhawk student-athletes earned recognition this week: Sophomore libero Tara Beilsmith was named the Ohio Valley Conference Volleyball Co-Defensive Player of the Week; senior guard Tesia Thompson was named the Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week; and baseball senior Tyler Wilber was ranked among the best shortstops in the nation by D1…
 
Last year has been described as a time of racial reckoning for police departments across the country and the communities they serve. KRCU’s Clayton Hester spoke to Sgt. Joey Hann of the Cape Girardeau police department about the relationship between the city and its law enforcement.โดย Clayton Hester
 
Before you walk out the door, are you sure you have everything? The baby’s first outfit? Did you install the car seat correctly? What about your birth plan? I don’t see an advanced directive in here. What are we supposed to do if you die while giving birth? Unfortunately, this is a brutal reality for black mothers to be. While many women may be ner…
 
The Southeast Missouri Food Bank served thousands of people – many new to their services during the pandemic. We reached out to the Food Bank on Friday, February 12 to get an update on how things are going as the pandemic continues. We spoke with President and CEO Joey Keys.โดย Dan Woods
 
Discover nature this week with Missouri's Survivors. Look outside because the game of life is going on right now in your backyard. Animals are trying to beat the "Survivor" odds to outwit and outlast the hardships of winter (and to also outplay their opponents). Although some of them might escape the cold by migrating to warmer climates or hibernat…
 
Southeast Missouri's flight was on its descent to the Tampa International Airport for a tournament hosted by the University of South Florida when Head Coach Mark Redburn's cell phone had just enough service to take a call. The call was from his counterpart at USF, who let Redburn know the tournament the Redhawks were travelling to play in was cance…
 
Dr. Paul Offit, who advises the National Institutes of Health and Food and Drug Administration on COVID vaccines, recently stated the best hope for ending the pandemic isn’t to choose between masks, physical distancing and vaccines, but to combine them. Last week, I gave you reasons to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This week, we look at why you need to…
 
There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about the filibuster in the United States Senate. Republicans want to keep it and most Democrats want to do away with it. A filibuster is used to prevent a measure from being brought to a vote. To break a filibuster, it takes 60 votes which is tough in a 50/50 Senate. If the filibuster remains in place (…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the landscape of Cape Girardeau featured a number of special places where residents could relax and enjoy a pleasant change of scenery. In the middle of the nineteenth century Franck’s Gardens on the hill along Jackson Road, now Broadway, was such a place. A product of the German migration to the region in the 18…
 
The sway of spotted salamanders is a perfect ritual dance for Valentine's Day (which is this week, just in case you need a friendly reminder). A swarm of salamanders can look like a flash mob in Missouri ponds as they all gather around the same time. Herpetologists call it a "Big Night.” Spotted salamanders have yellow and orange spots that cover t…
 
Tesia Thompson was named the Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Thompson, a senior guard from Memphis, Tennessee, totaled 33 points (16.5ppg) and 20 boards (10rpg) this past week as Southeast Missouri women's basketball split its pair of home games with SIUE (1/28) and Eastern Illinois (1/30). Thompson opened t…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the territory Americans know as Texas began – from its origins in Southeast Missouri. In 1796 a young man from Connecticut left his home and moved west in response to stories of vast quantities of lead in the Missouri country. With a large land grant from the Spanish government, Moses Austin initiated the Missour…
 
Southeast Missouri State University's Phi Kappa Phi Chapter 260 is supporting area elementary schools during the pandemic with a service project called "Redhawk Readers." The service group includes faculty, staff and students at Southeast Missouri State -- along with community members. The members create video recordings reading a favorite children…
 
Business success and growth in any region is dependent upon many things. Certainly, as we emerge from this pandemic, one critical factor is a positive business climate. Strong advocacy efforts go a long way in creating a positive business climate. It is important for advocacy groups and individuals to work with responsible entities and seek win-win…
 
Discover nature this week with Missouri's natural decomposers. Recycling is critical in our “throwaway society” -- and the same is also true in nature. Living things play one of three roles in their environments: • Green plants are producers, trapping the sun’s energy in food. • Most animals are consumers (like water fleas, snails, tadpoles, and be…
 
Vaccinations for COVID-19 are underway in Southeast Missouri. According to the COVID-19 dashboard released by the state of Missouri this week, over 10% of Cape County residents have received the first dose of the vaccine. That compares to 4.7% statewide. To learn more about how vaccine distribution is going in the area, Dan Woods spoke with Maria S…
 
SEMO women's tennis was selected to finish the 2021 season third in the Ohio Valley Conference. Romana Tarajova was also named to the preseason top 10 player rankings for a second-straight season. In the small sample size that was the 2020 season, SEMO fashioned a 4-6 non-conference dual mark with victories over Saint Louis, Lipscomb, Missouri Stat…
 
Did you go to a New Year’s Eve Party? Can you believe that happened THIS MONTH? The month of January can tend to drag on. The holiday fun is over. It’s cold, there’s less daylight and the landscape is bleak. But, how can you tell the difference between “the winter blues” and something more serious? Depressive Disorder with Seasonal Onset, previousl…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that residents in the northern area of Cape Girardeau County established a new school which would bring together the students from six one-room country schools in the area. The country schools were crowded and located in wood-frame buildings that dated back to the 1800’s. The new modern building was complete and ready…
 
It is not true, as the humor website Cracked satirically suggests, that oatmeal was invented by a research scientist at Britain's Royal Academy of Adhesives and Sealants during an experiment in search of new forms of industrial glue. But if your idea of oatmeal is the pasty variety made in a microwave from a packet, the story can seem plausible. In…
 
Can you guess what occupations are projected to be the fastest growing in the next ten years for the southeast Missouri region? The Missouri Economic Research and Information Center – MERIC – has released the latest projections for fast growing occupations in our part of the state. They classify these into three different categories: Now, Next, and…
 
We recently spoke with the authors of the new book "Seth: The Life and Journey of General Seth Jefferson McKee." McKee grew up in Southeast Missouri and rose from a rural farm boy to become one of America's most highly decorated members of the United States Air Force. The authors are Jerry Ford -- educator, legislator, businessman and musician. He …
 
SEMO Gymnastics season is officially underway, and junior Anna Kaziska was named the Midwest Independent Conference Gymnast of the Week in the first weekend of the season. The honor marks Kaziska's first this season and 10th MIC Weekly honor in her career. Kaziska, the 2020 MIC Gymnast of the Year, captured a pair of event titles in Southeast Misso…
 
According to the National Eye Health Education Program, glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the United States. People are often unaware that glaucoma has no symptoms in its early stages. If detected early, before noticeable vision loss occurs, glaucoma can usually be controlled and severe vision loss can often be prevented. …
 
It was more than 90 years ago but it seems like Almost Yesterday that KFVS Radio first went on the air. It was the evening of June 22, 1925. Hundreds of citizens of Cape Girardeau gathered in front of the house at 318 South Frederick Street. The street was closed to traffic and the crowd gathered on the sidewalks and the yard and the living room of…
 
The non-violent overthrow of Czechoslovakia's communist government in 1999 was called the Velvet Revolution; growing up in St. Louis, the preferred ice cream of my youth was called Velvet Freeze; and the late crooner Mel Torme was called the Velvet Fog (or to those who weren't fans, the Velvet Frog.) But to me the most deserving object of the desig…
 
Alex Trebek, the host of the popular quiz show Jeopardy, passed away on November 8th after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. After 36 years of hosting, Trebek’s last episodes aired Friday, January 8th. Londyn Lorenz, a Perryville native now attending the University of Mississippi, competed in the 2020 Jeopardy College Championship, which record…
 
January 2021 marks the beginning of the State of Missouri legislative session and a new administration in Washington, D.C. Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday of this week. His first 100 days agenda includes special attention to vaccine rollout and addressing our nation’s post pandemic economy. In Jeff…
 
When winter winds chill us to the bone, we bundle up in sweaters, down vests and fleece parkas. Wild animals, on the other hand, must endure the cold. A mammal’s fur and its thick layers of fat provide insulation that conserves body heat. Fur is made of two kinds of hair: guard hairs and underfur. Guard hairs are long and glossy and lay over the sh…
 
Four Redhawks were featured on the 2020 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference team as SEMO Volleyball was predicted to finish first in the preseason poll. SEMO, the 2019 OVC Tournament Champions, earned 10 first place votes and 222 total votes in the predicted order of finish that was selected by OVC Head Volleyball Coaches and Sports Information Di…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that Walter W. Parker retired as president of Southeast Missouri State College. The date was July 1, 1956, and his 23 year tenure as president of the institution is the longest in its history. President Parker assumed the presidency of the small teacher’s college in July of 1933. Born in rural Howard County, Arkansas …
 
On this week's episode, KRCU's Clayton Hester speaks to Southeast Missouri State University professor Jason Sides about the runoff elections in Georgia and their implications, as well as a look at political circumstances around the nation after the violence at the U.S. Capitol.โดย Clayton Hester
 
Before the pandemic, technology visionary Leonard Brody called what we are experiencing today a complete reset of the operating system of our planet. And today, it’s only been accelerated. In a recent presentation, Brody said change today is occurring unlike anything we have experienced in the last 100 years. He believes the next decade will bring …
 
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