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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2, 1929, in Sikeston, Mo., to Wade Taylor and Sarah Elizabeth Adams Malcolm.
Ferrellgas Partners announced the acquisition of Reliable Propane, a third-party Blue Rhino distributor based in Sikeston, Missouri.
A Scott County jury awarded nearly $870,000 to the family of a man who died after suffering a year of complications from prostate surgery at a Sikeston hospital.
Securities and Exchange Commission, affirmed the rating on the following city of Sikeston, MO revenue bonds at 'BBB-': --$62.8 million electric system revenue refunding bonds, 2012 series.
Sikeston, MO, September 06, 2018 --(PR.com)-- A Midas owned and operated Hampton Inn by Hilton recently opened at 1240 Commerce Dr.
Sunday at his mother's house in Sikeston. He was 42.
News, the opera singer died on Sunday at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri.
According to TMZ, the talented opera singer, who won AGT in 2008, was at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri when he died at around 6pm on Sunday.
has acquired Missouri, US-based Tri-Star of Sikeston, Inc.
I can do the exact same things standing in a cotton field in Sikeston, MO.
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.
Acclaim Press (http://www.acclaimpress.com), 820 North Main Street, Sikeston, Missouri 63801, 2011, 256 pages, $24.95 (hardcover), ISBN 978-1-935001-76-8.