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Southeast Regents approve new branding 

March 2, 2015 Local No Comments

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Southeast Missouri State University will be making a few visual changes to its letter head as well as the banners around campus and material you will be seeing in your mailbox.  The Board of Regents Saturday approved a new University identity and branding recommendation from Ologie.  University Communications and Marketing Executive Director, Jeff Harmon tells KZIM KSIM the new logo will be sleeker and the slogan is something else.

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A new dome logo developed is modern and more usable in a wide variety of applications, and the new wordmark includes “1873,” the year Southeast was founded.  Ologie will be on campus the last week of March 2015 to train a variety of groups on how to effectively roll-out the brand internally during “brand ambassador training.” Harmon says the branding will be the focus of the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce First Friday Coffee in April.

Movie premiering at Cape West 14    

March 2, 2015 Local No Comments

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This weekend you can take the family to see a heartwarming story shot in Missouri and inspire by a St Louis dog.  It all started with an Animal Planet show.

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Cynthia Willenbrock fell in love with Marshall in 2011, but it wasn’t easy at first.

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But now he has come into his own as a certified therapy dog visiting nursing homes, schools and children’s hospitals.

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A children’s book and a visit to one school turned out to be kismet for Cynthia and Marshall, who met movie maker Jay Kanzler.

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That turned into him directing the film, which he says is definitely family friendly.

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Cynthia hopes Marshall’s story can serve as a point of hope for everyone.

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As part of Marshall’s “Commit to Be Kind” statewide effort focused on bullying prevention and the mistreatment of animals March 7th and 8th you can view the movie at Cape West 14 Cine.  SOC”

 

 

Click below to listen to the entire interview.

 

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West Paducah Man Arrested on Meth Charges  

March 2, 2015 AP No Comments

A west Paducah, Kentucky man was arrested Sunday on methamphetamine charges.  McCracken County Sheriff’s Deputies received a tip that Jeremiah Lampkin, of 2235 Gholson Road, was possibly using meth at his home.  A search found a glass pipe with residue that field tested positive for methamphetamine in the kitchen area. They also found scales and plastic baggies in a small child’s bedroom trash can. Lampkin admitted that he had purchased $50 worth of meth from an unknown subject at a local gas station on Paducah’s south side earlier in the day and had ingested the substance prior to the deputies’ arrival.  He was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Pipeline May Carry Crude Oil Through Massac County 

March 2, 2015 AP No Comments

A Texas-based company is converting an existing natural gas pipeline that runs through Massac and Johnson counties in southern Illinois to transport crude oil.  Energy Transfer Partners spokeswoman Vicki Granado says the converted line would be part of a proposed new pipeline that could transport 450,000 barrels each day from oil fields in North Dakota.  Conversion is underway on more than 500 miles of natural gas pipeline, part of which runs through the Shawnee National Forest. The stretch runs underground from Joppa in Massac County north through Johnson and Williamson counties up to Johnsonville in Wayne County.  Southward, the pipeline crosses into western McCracken County through Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton counties in Kentucky. It will continue to St. James, Louisiana for refining or loading into tankers.  Granado told The Southern Illinoisan in Carbondale the pipeline would not carry tar sands crude. That’s the Canadian product involved in the Keystone XL pipeline, a project President Barack Obama vetoed last week.

Metropolis Teen Charged in Domestic Assault Case

March 2, 2015 AP No Comments

A Metropolis, Illinois, man was arrested Friday on domestic violence related charges.  Metropolis Police officers were called Friday to a report of a domestic disturbance at an apartment in the Lois Lane Complex. Officers said the 60-year-old victim told them she was struck twice in the face by 19-year-old Christian Tolbert.  Police said they later found Tolbert at a nearby apartment, and that he appeared to be very intoxicated.  Tolbert was arrested and charged with domestic battery and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. He was taken to the Massac County Detention Center.

Murphysboro Could Be BBQ Capitol of Illinois

March 2, 2015 AP No Comments

Murphysboro is known locally for its barbecue but now residents want the whole state to know.   Barbecue lovers and area lawmakers are working to declare Murphysboro as the barbecue capitol of Illinois. Murphysboro Mayor Will Stephens and State Representative Terri Bryant are putting together a petition for the legislator. Murphysboro is home to two champions with a long list of accolades like Mike Mills and Pat Burke, who are legends in the barbecue world.  The city is also home to the annual Praise The Lard BBQ Cook Off. It’s sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society and the Memphis Barbecue Network. Even the Travel Channel has named Murphysboro as one of 8 “BBQ Paradise” locations in the United States.  If you’d like to sign the petition on behalf of making Murpysboro the BBQ state capitol, head to www.change.org and type Pass House Resolution 0207 into the search bar.

Amen Center fears roof collapse

March 2, 2015 Local No Comments

Volunteers are afraid any additional precipitation could mean a roof collapse at the AMEN Center in Delta.  Shirley Hollowell, who works with her husband Danny to oversee the shelter, tells KZIM KISM a 50 year old design flaw and mother nature are putting the center under major strain.

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There are over 20 people staying at the shelter right now, and Hollowell says they are afraid any more rain, snow or ice will be catastrophic, which is why they are very concerned about the upcoming forecast.

NWS calls for 4 to 8 inches of snow 

March 2, 2015 Local No Comments

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With the snow still hanging around from the 12 inches of snow a few weeks ago, the area is in for more white stuff.  The National Weather Service has already issued a Winter Storm Watch for Wednesday.  Lead Forecaster, Jim Packet tells KZIM KSIM tonight we will see some precipitation.

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Tuesday will be warm, but overnight and Wednesday morning the temperatures will drop bringing freezing rain and snow.

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The snow will be a medium weight snow, but the farther south the high the accumulation.  Cape and Bollinger, along with parts of Stoddard and Scott Counties will see 4 to 6 inches.  Other parts of Scott and Stoddard along with Mississippi, New Madrid, Dunklin and Pemiscot Counties will see 6-8.

 

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