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--Updated at 8:25a.m., Tuesday--

President Trump has called off his visit to Cape Girardeau.

Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. announced today via a press release that the ‘Make America Great Again’ rally scheduled to take place at the Show-Me-Center Thursday night has been canceled. The press release cited safety concerns with Hurricane Florence’s approach to the east coast later this week as the reasoning behind the cancellation.

Two-Minute Drill: Hall Earns National Recognition

Sep 6, 2018
Southeast Athletics

Southeast Missouri junior inside linebacker Zach Hall was all over the field in last week’s season opening game at Arkansas State. After recording a career-high 22 tackles, Hall was recognized as the National Defensive Player of the Week by STATS, as well as Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Hall’s 22 tackles tied for third-most in a game in school history and are the most by any player in all divisions of college football so far this year. Hall had nine solo tackles and assisted on 13 others, as well as a forced a fumble.

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On this episode of Going Public, we talk with Mary Becker, who recently authored a report by the Missouri Hospital Association that outlines the risk of primary care shortage for rural Missouri. 

You know it’s a bad habit. And yet, there you are stuck in traffic and you find yourself trimming your fingernails…with your teeth.

Up to 50 percent of us will chronically gnaw our nails at some point in our life, according to a study from the University of Calgary. But, nail biting is more than unattractive. It can carry health risks too.

The Mayo Clinic reports that nail biting can:

Sue Walker

It seems like almost yesterday that George Frederick Bollinger led a contingent of North Carolinians across the Mississippi River into Missouri.  The young Mr. Bollinger had visited the small community of Cape Girardeau in 1797, established a friendship with Louis Lorimier who encouraged him to return to North Carolina and bring more settlers to the area.