Sikeston man dies in motorcycle crash in Scott County
By Heartland News
SCOTT COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - A Sikeston man died Saturday afternoon after the motorcycle he was riding crashed into a tree. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, the crash happened after 3:00p.m. on county road 241 just south of New Hamburg in Scott County. Police say the Harley 49 year old Mark Childers of Sikeston was driving ran off the right side of the road, hit a tree, throwing Childers.
A white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that turned deadly continues to fuel discussions around the country. One woman was killed Saturday, Aug. 12 after a man at the rally drove his car into a group of peaceful counter-protesters. As students prepare to head back to class at Southeast Missouri State University, the school’s president wants to ensure everyone knows they will be valued and treated with respect.
The public is invited to attend the Fall Muster at the Fort D Historic Site. It will be held on Labor Day, Sept. 4 from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.Organizers say while Labor Day is typically a day of rest, the soldiers and civilians at Fort D will be busy preparing for fall. You are encouraged to come join reenactors as they demonstrate rifle and cannon fire. New recruits interested in reenacting and the general public are welcome. Fort D is an original earthworks fort dating from 1891.
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