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Pemiscot Co. sheriff makes changes in wake of inmates escape

CARUTHERSVILLE, MO (KFVS) – Eleven days ago, two inmates did something that’s never happened before – they broke out of the Pemiscot County Jail. “I’ve been sheriff 20 years, never had an escape,” Sheriff Tommy Greenwell said. “And it was a total shock to me.”   October 26, Kathy Sweeney spent time with Greenwell to find out how they pulled it off. “This is the cell they were housed in,” said the sheriff.  “They were in this cell by themselves.” Sheriff Tommy Greenwell says William Carter and Joseph Latamondeer had roughly 20 days to come…
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Global Plumbing Valves Market is Trending Worldwide due to Trend’s, Analysis & Forecast 2022

The “Plumbing Valves Market” Report offers an inclusive and decision-making overview, including definitions, classifications and its applications. The Plumbing Valves market is anticipated to reflect a positive growth trend in forthcoming years. The essential driving forces behind the growth and popularity of Plumbing Valves market is analysed detailed in this report. The “Plumbing Valves Market Report” further describes detailed information about tactics and strategies used by leading key companies in the Plumbing Valves industry. It also gives an extensive study about different mark…
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Shop Talk: Dreams and Mergers

At a restaurant recently, I was eavesdropping on a conversation between an older man who, I presumed, was looking to be hired by a woman for some construction work and general repairs at her house. He was listing off carpentry jobs he had done throughout the years, as well as plumbing, tile work, and welding. The woman was impressed, remarking on how wide a variety of skills and experience he had, and the man launched into stories of his childhood in Alabama working with his father and grandfather and all that he learned from them. How in his 20s, he moved to California and lived with relativ…
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What to know about Two Rivers’ water exceeding lead standards for safe drinking | Greg Buckley

Most recent round of lead sampling shows the city’s water exceeds the ‘action level’ for federal and state safe drinking standards. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Current federal and state standards require that public water systems conduct sampling and testing of water drawn from faucets at customers’ homes every three years. The number of sampling locations varies, depending on the number of customers served by the system. For Two Rivers, 30 samples are required. A public water system “passes” its lead sampling, or falls b…
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 Posted on : October 27, 2017
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