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Couple arrested on drug charges

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

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Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter reports a Morley man and Richland woman are in custody on drug charges. On Monday, Deputy Carl Rose received information that a woman with outstanding warrants could be located at 358 Ault Street in Morley and that the residence was being used to make and sell drugs.  41-year old David Kelley and 53-year old Leslie Jarboe were arrested.  Officers report finding Methamphetamine, Xanax, Ephedrine, Drain Cleaner, Ammonium Nitrate, Coleman Fuel, Coffee Filters, and several items of paraphernalia including glass pipes and small plastic baggies as well as several firearms.  She is being held on an outstanding warrant from Miller County.  He is charged with two counts of Possession with the Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance and Possession of Any Methamphetamine Precursor Drug with the Intent to Manufacture.


Grandview man accused of scamming businessman 

October 21, 2014 AP No Comments

A 39-year-old suburban Kansas City man is accused of extorting $3 million from a businessman who thought the money was going toward bribing judges and paying off lawyers in pending drug cases.  The Kansas City Star reports Shelton Lewis of Grandview was arrested earlier this month in Atlanta on federal charges of money laundering and making extortionate communications.  Prosecutors say the scam began in July 2012 when Lewis agreed to sell the businessman $3,000 worth of cocaine. When the deal fell through, prosecutors say Lewis said his drug source had assessed a $10,000 “penalty” against the businessman.  Prosecutors say the businessman kept coughing up money with each new claim Lewis made, but instead of bribing judges Lewis used the money to live an extravagant lifestyle.

Road work starting Wednesday

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

Route O in Scott County will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pavement repairs.  This section of roadway is located from Route 62 to County Road 517.  Weather permitting, work will be performed Wednesday, Oct. 22 through Thursday, Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily.

The Perryville Auxiliary with the AMvets Post 94 are hoping to raise cash to support local veterans throughout the year…

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

The AMVETS ladies’ Auxiliary Post 94 in Perryville is hosting their annual Veteran’s auction. President Karen Meyer says they are hoping to peak their earnings from last year of 64-hundred dollars! Post members should be on site on Veteran’s Day November 11th at 1pm to bid on desirable items. However they are still looking for sponsors to donate large items. She tells KZIM KSIM the auxiliary takes100-percent of the proceeds to assist men and women at the Veteran’s home in cape…



Meyer says they have about 150 members now and are always looking to add to that. If you have a blood relative in the military you can become a member. They meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month and try to plan at least one event per month.

KZIM KSIM Morning Meeting

October 21, 2014 No Comments

Educator of the Year winners with the Vice President of the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce – Tim Arbeiter

10-21-14 Coffee Break

October 21, 2014 No Comments

Fall auction to benefit area veterans with AMVETS Post 94 Perryville Auxiliary Chair Karen Meyer

Local educators will be honored this afternoon (were honored) for their dedication to students…

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the people who mold your children’s academic careers this afternoon. Vice President Tim Arbeiter says the process is long but each year they choose the best the area has to offer. He tells KZIM KSIM now in its 21st year the Educator of the Year will be honored at the Show Me Center with a reception and a resolution from the Missouri legislature. And these five outstanding teachers are dedicated and humble…

All receive a crystal apple along with the resolution and a 5-hundred dollar check. This year’s winners are Math Teacher at Notre Dame, Lenny Kuper, 1st grade teacher from Blanchard, Gretchen Bunch, Adult education and literacy teacher Cathy Matthews, Social Studies teacher at Central Academy, Josh Tomlin, and SE Missouri State University Professor of recreation Dr. Tom Holman.

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An unidentified Michigan woman, who was so drunk that she drove to a jail thinking it was the bar where her boyfriend was working.
After walking inside, reeking of alcohol, she was subjected to sobriety tests by police.
The 39-year-old failed all of them, posting a blood alcohol level that was twice the legal limit.
She was charged with DUI.


An Italian couple who got stuck together while having sex in the ocean and needed a doctor to separate them.
The pair stayed in the ocean until the man was able to flag down a woman walking along the beach, who provided a towel for them to cover up with.
A doctor was called and they were taken to a hospital emergency room.


President Obama, whose credit card was rejected when he went to pay for his meal at a New York restaurant.
The President told an audience that following the meal, the waiter informed him that the card had been declined.
The President then used a second card to pay for the meal.

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