Sikeston

Sikeston

(sīks`tən), city (1990 pop. 17,641), New Madrid and Scott counties, SE Mo., in the Mississippi plain; inc. 1874. It is the shipping, marketing, and processing center of a cotton, wheat, and soybean region. Manufactures include rope, vending machines, processed foods, apparel, and steel.
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has acquired Missouri, US-based Tri-Star of Sikeston, Inc.
There will be tours, a soup and sandwich lunch at a local church, browsing and shopping at an arts and crafts event, and dinner at Lambert's in Sikeston.
Missey issued a special masters report recommending that David Robinson be exonerated of the 2000 murder of Sheila Box in Sikeston.
As part of its partnership with MirTech Harvest Center to grow the farm equipment sales and service business in the western Delta region, Claas of America announced in March the opening of two MirTech dealerships in Jonesboro and in Sikeston, Mo.
com), 820 North Main Street, Sikeston, Missouri 63801, 2011, 256 pages, $24.
and earlier still, publisher of the Daily Standard of Sikeston, Mo.
Typically, Sikeston likes to keep a supply of 30 to 45 days of coal on the ground.
Growing up and skating in the small town of Sikeston, MI, I came to notice that skateboarding was a fad to many but a way of life to a select few.
During the quarter, the co-op opened its newest state-of-the-art distribution center in Sikeston, Missouri, with a fill rate exceeding 98 percent on its first day.
Economic developers in Sikeston, a Southeastern Missouri town of about 17,000, have been successful.
In the summer of 1960, I was a 12-year-old living in Sikeston, Mo.
He is the grandson of Jane Cantrell and the late Ralph Cantrell of Sikeston, Missouri, and Sylvia Ross and the late Ralph Ross of Tupelo.