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This week we're playing the new album from Waxahatchee, the moniker of Katie Crutchfield, titled Out In The Storm. It's unapologetically a breakup album, but it finds optimism in heartache. A lot of people are writing about it this week, but the best comments come from Katie Crutchfield's twin sister and longtime musical collaborator Alison Crutchfield, by way of this interview conducted by The Mothership.

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In this weeks episode of Reel Talk, Collin and Peter wrap up the month June in film. What was the big news coming out in the month, what were the standout films, how did new trailers go over, and  what is the status of the  box office for the month and year? Also, Collin and Peter give an announcement on the status of Reel Talk and its future. Here about all of this, on this weeks episode of Reel Talk, we'll see you at the movies.

Southeast Athletics

Former Southeast Missouri soccer student-athlete Natasha Minor has signed a professional contract with Skövde KIK in Skövde, Sweden.

Minor will journey to Sweden next Tuesday, July 18, to officially begin her pro career with her new team.

Skövde is in central-Southern Sweden.

Minor, a native of De Pere, Wisconsin, led the conference with 12 goals in 2016. She ranked first in points per game and goals per game. Minor ranked second in points, shots and shots per game. Her six conference goals also ranked tops in the league.

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Have you had a blood workup lately and been told you are deficient in Vitamin D? Does it seem like you have other friends or family who have been told the same thing lately? Don’t worry, it isn’t a conspiracy between your doctors and the vitamin manufacturers.

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The Perryville Police Department and the Coalition for Heroin and Opioid Prevention is hosting an open forum on the city’s growing heroin and opioid overdose epidemic. This year alone, the police department has made 30 heroin and prescription drug abuse related arrests. While resident will have a chance to voice their concerns, public information officer, Cpl. Geri Cain says, the department will share what they’re doing to combat the issue.