The fourth annual Power of Women luncheon and expo will be held on Wednesday, March 11 in the Show Me Center. The event works to connect female Southeast students with professional women in the community.
An expo, featuring local businesses, community groups and various campus organizations, will be held from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m., followed by a luncheon. The event is sponsored by the Southeast Missouri State University Foundation, Southeast's Department of Athletics and Student Government.
It’s difficult to find a fitting 16-year thank you.
That’s what Southeast Missouri State University Student Government Association President Caleb Cockrill said was the case with retiring university president President Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins.
Even so, on Dec. 22 of last year, the Board of Regents announced the River Campus Center would be renamed in honor of Dobbins and his wife, Jeanine Larson Dobbins. A dedication is set for this Friday to formally recognize the couple.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ St. Louis District presented a certificate of appreciation to the City of Cape Girardeau Flood Protection Systems on Feb. 24.
Mike Petersen, chief of public affairs for the Corp’s St. Louis District, said the city of Cape Girardeau regularly examines the levees between floods, and that set the distinguished the city. He said the added information gives the Army Corps a better picture of how the levee will respond to a flood and what projects are needed.
Winter weather brings a harsh living environment for wildlife.
People can do a few little things to provide protection and a more comfortable environment for wildlife when temperature plummet below freezing.
AJ Hendershott, supervisor for the Southeast Regional Office of the Missouri Department of Conservation, said animals have four basic needs: food, water, cover and space. In the winter season, he said cover is especially key to an animal’s survival.