One City Community Center

Earlier this week, the Senate passed a bill declaring Juneteenth a national holiday. Wednesday, it was approved by the House and Friday it was signed into law by President Biden designating June 19, as the 12th federal holiday.

Cape Girardeau community faith center, One City, is hosting their second-annual Juneteenth Celebration this Saturday.

Stories about fake package delivery notifications made headlines last year, coinciding with a sharp rise in phishing scams. Now that many consumers have caught on to the text message scheme, scammers are shifting their approach, and no longer posing as mail carriers. Instead, they’re impersonating U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and they claim to have intercepted a package addressed to the victim. 

Southeast Missouri State University

It seems like Almost Yesterday that the community of Bunker celebrated its centennial history.  Founded by Sylvanus J. Bunker in 1907, the small community paid tribute to its founders and its history with a weekend commemoration in June of 2007.

The Lanford Wilson New American Play Festival honors new American plays that provide dynamic performance opportunities for college-aged actors.

The festival endeavors both to recognize playwrights for their outstanding work and to provide a resource for universities across the country to identify dynamic plays with robust roles for college-aged actors for production at their institutions.

Report Urges Strong Eviction Moratoriums, Robust Rental Aid

Jun 14, 2021
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During the pandemic,  a new study found that individuals within protected classes under the Fair Housing Act including communities of color, women-led households and families with children, are impacted at higher rates than others.