Dr. Michael Aide, Chairperson of the Department of Agriculture at Southeast Missouri State University, discusses agriculture technology advances on this segment of Cape Chronicle. Cape Chronicle is produced monthly in conjunction with the City of Cape […]
The 2013 Cape Girardeau Air Festival will be June 28-29 at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport. This year’s festival includes the Aerostar Team, T-6 Texan and MiG-17F jet demonstrations, skydiving demonstrations, CAF Arizona Wing B25 […]
Greg Jacobs with the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center talks about the center’s Froggy Friday events and discusses Missouri’s frog species on this issue of Cape Chronicle. Cape Chronicle is produced in conjunction with the […]
Watch the latest episode of Cape Chronicle on the City’s YouTube page now. Topics include economic development, the history of the Missouri State Flag and it’s centennial celebration, and ghost stories embedded in our city’s […]
City Manager Scott Meyer discusses the recent purchase of land for a business park, the Board of Examiners, and auto sales taxes in Cape Girardeau. Cape Chronicle is a 30-minute local news magazine show airing […]
Swan discusses her new role as a Missouri State Representative on the November 2012 installment of Cape Chronicle.
Wayne Wallingford is currently running unopposed for Missouri State Senate. Wallingford discusses his goals during his tenure in office on the October 2012 issue of Cape Chronicle.
Dan Overbey from the SEMO Port Authority discusses Mississippi River traffic during this summer’s drought, and day-to-day happenings at the port near Cape Girardeau.
How can unemployment and employment rates both be down? Southeast Missouri State University’s Director of Economic Research Dr. Bruce Domazlicky explains on Cape Chronicle. Download the Fall 2012 Business Indicators Report More economic research […]