Twelve local citizens spent time on Saturday, Oct. 25 learning more about what firefighters do during the 2014 Citizen Fire Academy, hosted by the Cape Girardeau Fire Department. Staff led a review of services delivered by the department and history. Participants were then given hands-on experience including using the “Jaws of Life,” ladders and aerial platform operation, a live burn demonstration, and more.
Come grow with us! Starting at 6 p.m. on Jan. 12, free “green thumb” gardening classes will be available in Cape Girardeau at the Shawnee Park Center. Classes are being offered in conjunction with the University […]
From an Arts Council of Southeast Missouri press release Saturday, June 7th, from 1 to 3 p.m., the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri invites you to attend the Saturday Social, which includes an artist lecture […]
Actual Flooding Impacts, EPIC Curbing Drug Abuse, Centenary Church Community Outreach – Cape Chronicle [VIDEO]
Cape Chronicle is a monthly public access program produced in conjunction with the Southeast Missouri State University Department of Mass Media, River Radio, and the City of Cape Girardeau. City Manager Scott Meyer, City of […]