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Unexpected cuts force Southeast to check options (01/25/02)
Southeast Missouri State University may have to hike tuition significantly and look at cost-cutting moves to combat major cuts in state spending for the fiscal year that begins July 1, school officials say. Don Dickerson, president of the board of regents, said it's too early to tell what cost-cutting moves can be made. But he said tight funding could make it hard to give pay raises to the university's 1,000 employees...
Holden's proposal (01/25/02)
Gov. Bob Holden's proposal for raising the additional $220 million needed to fully fund in fiscal year 2003 the formula for distributing state aid to local school districts: Gambling related Hiking gaming boat admission fees from $2 to $3; $50 million...
Cape Girardeau man convicted in stabbing (01/25/02)
A Cape Girardeau man is awaiting sentencing in a barroom stabbing that sent a blood-covered victim to the hospital. Aaron E. Wade, 24, was convicted in Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court Wednesday of stabbing Marvin Nunnley, 33, at the Taste Lounge in Cape Girardeau on Sept. 3, 2000. The charges were assault in the second degree and armed criminal action, for which Wade could receive up to life in prison. He faces another 10 years for his failure to appear at the original trial set for April...
School tax detractors include Cairo city officials (01/25/02)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Cairo's mayor, several council members and at least one Alexander County official are speaking out against a proposed school tax increase they say will destroy their community and do nothing to improve education. The school board put a $4.1 million bond issue on the March 19 ballot for construction of a new kindergarten through eighth-grade school to replace three existing buildings, two of which are more than 100 years old...
Bill would peel ethanol labeling (01/25/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri agriculture leaders want to peel the ethanol labels off gasoline pumps. The yellow stickers that describe the 10 percent ethanol blend of some fuels are scaring motorists away and decreasing sales, the Senate agriculture committee was told Thursday...
Ethics panel raises limits of contributors (01/25/02)
The Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Ethics Commission has raised the limits on monetary donations to political candidates. State law requires the commission to adjust the caps every two years according to the Consumer Price Index, executive director Chuck Lamb said...
Region briefs 1/25 (01/25/02)
Cape air festival receives awards The Cape Girardeau Air Festival has received two marketing awards at a conference in Orlando, Fla. The International Council of Air Shows presented the air festival with a first-place award in the small air show category for its radio advertisement that was produced by Jason Parker at Withers Broadcasting. The air festival also won second place for its sponsorship proposal package...
Groundbreaking set for today for building at airport (01/25/02)
The way Renaissance Aircraft president John Dearden sees it, it's better late than never. After more than a year of toiling in red tape and litigation, the Renaissance Aircraft will break ground at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport today on a new 52,000-square-foot manufacturing facility...
Winds damage town in Bootheel town (01/25/02)
Daily Dunklin Democrat WHITE OAK, Mo. -- Strong winds swept through White Oak Wednesday night around 11:30, causing damage to many businesses and homes in the area. The largest business in White Oak is the White Oak Gin along Highway 25. The gin suffered tremendous damage to an elevator leg, trailer shed and a roof section of an elevator...
Rains, hail pound Bluff area (01/25/02)
Daily American Republic POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Water was everywhere. Tractor-trailer drivers couldn't see the road, a family was evacuated from its home and more than a dozen vehicles stalled out as much of the Poplar Bluff area was flooded. Heavy rains Wednesday, and hail the size of small ice cubes were reported in south Poplar Bluff...
Two face drug charges (01/25/02)
Daily American Republic CORNING, Ark. -- Two Corning residents are in jail pending a bond hearing after they were arrested this week on several drug-related charges. Clay County Sheriff Ronnie Cole said a search of a residence found a suspected methamphetamine operation...
Security breach empties Lambert Airport (01/25/02)
ST. LOUIS -- A man carrying a computer bag bolted through a Lambert Airport security checkpoint Thursday evening, prompting the evacuation of a concourse and affecting as many as 25 flights, officials said. The man remained at large more than two hours after he bypassed the security checkpoint leading into Lambert's C concourse shortly before 6 p.m. and entered through its exit area, Lambert Police Chief Paul Mason said...
Education funding plan draws mixed reviews (01/25/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- State lawmakers aren't enthusiastic about Gov. Bob Holden's plan to raise $220 million in needed revenue for education, a proposal that relies heavily on gambling revenue. However, some legislators, particularly Holden's fellow Democrats, feel the General Assembly may have no choice but to follow the governor's lead or make even deeper budget cuts than already proposed...
Lone Star seeks revision from EPA (01/25/02)
Lone Star Industries wants the federal Environmental Protection Agency to revise its permit to account for an increase in two metals in raw materials being fed into its cement kiln at the Cape Girardeau plant. More of the metals -- beryllium and chromium -- are in the raw materials used in making the cement than originally specified in the federal permit issued in February 1999, company officials said...
Woman indicted on kidnap charges (01/25/02)
The Associated Press CHICAGO -- A woman accused of stealing a toddler from a Chicago bus station on Christmas Eve and taking the child to West Virginia was indicted Thursday on federal kidnapping charges. Prosecutors allege Sheila Matthews abducted 16-month-old Jasmine Anderson of Milwaukee on Christmas Eve from a Greyhound bus terminal in Chicago. Police found the girl in West Virginia after a nationwide search...
Three die in crash near Springfield (01/25/02)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Three people died and a fourth was critically injured Thursday when a car crested a hill and struck an oncoming pickup truck just north of Springfield. The accident occurred on Farm Road 159, just south of state Route WW, the Missouri Highway Patrol said...
Mobile home fire kills 7 (01/25/02)
BETHPAGE, Mo. -- Seven people who died Thursday while trying to escape a fire in their mobile home were part of an extended family trying to eke out a living in a rural area of southwest Missouri. Two adults and four children were able to run out the front door of the trailer as flames trapped the victims -- four adults and three children -- in a back bedroom. They were unable to reach the back door or crawl out a tiny window...
Lawyer indicted in partner's death (01/25/02)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Kansas City lawyer was indicted for the second time on charges that he murdered his law partner. Richard I. Buchli II, 51, was charged Thursday with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the May 5, 2000, death of Richard Armitage, 49...
Dead birds rain on Illinois town (01/25/02)
BREESE, Ill. -- It looked like something out of an Alfred Hitchcock movie: hundreds of dead birds covering JoAnn Thole's lawn in this southwestern Illinois town. "I've got 117 pounds of dead birds -- I weighed them," Thole said as she opened her garage, which she had made into a makeshift bird morgue...
Relatives bid tearful farewells to guardsmen (01/25/02)
Submitted photo/ Delta Fire Protection District Firefighters were called out at 5 a.m. Thursday to battle a blaze at Wheeler Steelworks. Since the site was still smoldering Thursday afternoon, investigators couldn't determine the cause. Residents as far away as Oran reported hearing explosions as 50-gallon drums of chemicals blew up in the heat and firefighters re...
KC restaurant seeks bankruptcy protection (01/25/02)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Houlihan's Restaurants Inc., the Kansas City-based casual dining chain, and 11 subsidiaries have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Kansas City-based chain, which has closed 28 restaurants since October, says it will restructure its debts, make changes to its operation and focus on restaurants "with the strongest potential for future growth." Daily operations will continue uninterrupted at the 52 restaurants in 17 states that the company continues to operate...
School bus kidnapping of 13 children ends in Maryland (01/25/02)
LANDOVER HILLS, Md. -- A school bus driver with a loaded rifle took 13 children on a more than 100-mile odyssey Thursday that ended when he gave himself up to an off-duty police officer working security at a discount store. None of the children was hurt. What the driver was intending to do was not immediately clear, but authorities said he faces federal kidnapping charges...
Greenspan - Recession beginning to slacken (01/25/02)
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Thursday there are mounting signs the economy is recovering from recession, an upbeat assessment that encouraged Wall Street. Conceding that he came across as too gloomy earlier in the month, Greenspan did not include a warning he had made in San Francisco on Jan. 11 that the country continued to face significant economic risks...
Carnahan seeks more disclosure in sales of stock (01/25/02)
WASHINGTON -- As Congress launched a series of high-profile hearings into failed Enron Corp., Missouri Sen. Jean Carnahan said company executives should be blocked "from quietly divesting themselves from their own company, as happened with Enron."...
Fired Enron auditor is 'rogue employee or scapegoat' (01/25/02)
WASHINGTON -- Fired Enron outside auditor David Duncan refused to testify to Congress Thursday about the shredding of the energy company's documents, invoking his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination. Several lawmakers said they're not sure whether he is a "rogue employee or scapegoat."...
Singer Spears says prince stood her up (01/25/02)
LONDON -- Britney Spears says Prince William stood her up after she arranged a rendezvous with him by e-mail. Spears revealed the snub to British comic Frank Skinner during a television show, recorded last week while she was in Britain to promote her latest single "Overprotected."...
Ethnic, racial gaps remain in curing diseases (01/25/02)
ATLANTA -- Americans made advances in the 1990s against a broad range of diseases and other health threats, but glaring racial and ethnic disparities remain, the government reported Thursday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study looked at 17 key "health indicators" -- statistics on everything from infant mortality to suicide to stroke, broken down into racial and ethnic groups...
Beardless American Taliban makes first court appearance (01/25/02)
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Shorn of his long hair and beard, John Walker Lindh quietly faced his government's charges Thursday that he conspired to kill fellow Americans in Afghanistan. "Yes, I do, thank you," he answered when asked at his first court appearance if he grasped the accusations that he conspired to kill Americans abroad and aided terrorist groups...
Blue chips climb, tech slips amid conflicting economic signals (01/25/02)
AP Business WriterNEW YORK (AP) -- Investors gave blue chips another comfortable boost Friday but nudged tech shares slightly lower as they dealt with conflicting signals about the economy. Working in Wall Street's favor were comments Thursday by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who said the recession could soon be over. ...
Bush - Double money for U.S. security (01/25/02)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush asked Congress for $38 billion to strengthen America's defenses against terrorism Thursday, a doubling of spending for intelligence, border security and other measures to thwart enemies who "still want to come after us."...
Canadian man is fifth suspected al-Qaida member in martyr video (01/25/02)
Associated Press WriterWASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. government identified a Canadian man Friday as the fifth suspected member of al-Qaida seen delivering martydom messages in videotapes found in Afghanistan, law enforcement officials said. It was unclear where the person was, but he was not believed to be in the United States, according to a law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity. ...
DOT tentativelly approves airline alliance (01/25/02)
Associated Press WriterWASHINGTON (AP) -- American Airlines and British Airways on Friday said they would turn down a Transportation Department ruling that would require them to give up more than 200 flights in exchange for forming an alliance...
Bush will seek $11 billion to police borders (01/25/02)
Associated Press WriterPORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- President Bush said Friday he will ask Congress to spend roughly $11 billion next year on securing the nation's borders to keep out terrorists who would try to attack the United States by air, land or sea...
Bush considers punitive actions against Palestinian authority (01/25/02)
AP Diplomatic WriterWASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush and his foreign policy advisers, convinced that Yasser Arafat's organization tried to buy weapons from Iran, met Friday to consider punitive actions that could include severing ties with the Palestinian Authority...
Hockey dad sentenced to 6 to 10 years iin prison (01/25/02)
Associated Press WriterCAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -- A man who beat another father to death during their sons' youth hockey practice was sentenced to six to 10 years in prison Friday for involuntary manslaughter. Thomas Junta had asked to be put on supervised probation with community service. His attorney said Friday he would appeal...
Pennsylvania family found shot to death (01/25/02)
Associated Press WriterMIFFLINTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- Two adults and their two children were shot to death at their home, and a 16-year-old family member was being held in West Virginia on suspicion of murder, state police said Friday. The parents and children were found dead in their home Friday morning, state Trooper M.L. Anders said. He did not identify the victims or say how old the children were...
Former Enron executive found dead, a suicide (01/25/02)
HOUSTON (AP) -- A former Enron Corp. executive who resigned from the company last May was found shot to death in a car Friday, an apparent suicide, authorities said. Police in the suburb, Sugarland, confirmed the death of 43-year-old J. Clifford Baxter, a former Enron vice chairman. He was shot in the head...
Pope, leaders join for prayer (01/25/02)
ASSISI, Italy -- Imams, patriarchs, monks and rabbis from around the world joined Pope John Paul II on Thursday to pray for peace in a ceremony designed to proclaim that religion must never be used to justify violence. In a brilliant display of turbans, caps and veils, about 200 religious leaders answered the pope's invitation, issued following the Sept. 11 attacks, to come to the pilgrimage town of Assisi for a daylong retreat...
Irish bomb case (01/25/02)
The Associated Press OMAGH, Northern Ireland -- Northern Ireland's embattled police commander published a detailed rebuttal Thursday to accusations his force bungled its response to the province's bloodiest atrocity, the 1998 bombing that killed 29 people in Omagh...
Guerrilla attack downs helicopter (01/25/02)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Colombia's military destroyed a U.S. government helicopter to keep it from falling into the hands of guerrillas who forced it down during an anti-drug mission, Colombian and American officials said Thursday.
Special forces attack Afghan terrorist cell (01/25/02)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- U.S. special forces attacked an enemy compound in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, capturing or killing a number of Taliban and al-Qaida fighters, U.S. officials said. One American was wounded. Elsewhere in Afghanistan, threats of clashes between rival warlords menaced the fragile peace, and a local governor accused Iran of sending vehicles and weapons into the country to undermine the new interim government of Hamid Karzai...
Study - Moderate drinking could ward off Alzheimer's (01/25/02)
LONDON -- A new study indicates that daily moderate consumption of alcohol, which has already been shown to help prevent heart disease and strokes, may also ward off Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. The study, published this week in The Lancet medical journal, also found that it doesn't seem to matter what people drink -- the effect is the same...
ND caps rare sweep of Jackson (01/25/02)
JACKSON, Mo. -- Notre Dame made the most of a rare opportunity Thursday. Confronted with the chance to defeat rival Jackson for the third time this season, the Lady Bulldogs were up to the challenge, winning 53-40. With senior Deana McCormick leading with 20 points, Notre Dame improved to 14-2 and 3-0 against the Lady Indians, who dropped to 8-7...
Dexter, Bell City advance to finale (01/25/02)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Top-seeded Dexter and second-seeded Bell City will meet for the title of the Stoddard County Conference boys basketball tournament tonight. In Thursday's semifinals, Dexter beat No. 4 Advance 91-77 and Bell City knocked off No. 6 Richland 56-46...
Tennessee Tech adds to OVC advantage (01/25/02)
Gary Garner said he was impressed with Tennessee Tech before the squads squared off Thursday at the Show Me Center. But after the Ohio Valley Conference-leading Golden Eagles dismantled the Indians in the second half on their way to a 75-62 triumph, the Southeast Missouri State University men's basketball coach had even more respect for Tech...
Knee injury sends DeMond out; status questionable for Saturday (01/25/02)
As if things weren't tough enough for Southeast Missouri State University's men's basketball team, the Indians suffered another blow in Thursday's loss to Tennessee Tech. With 2:54 left in the first half and the Indians leading by five points, starting center Drew DeMond went crashing to the floor underneath his own basket after colliding with a Tech player...
Brown aims for move up SE's 800 meter list (01/25/02)
It hasn't come all at once, but Tyson Brown has gradually developed into one of the best 800-meter runners Southeast Missouri State University has ever had. That according to Southeast track and field coach Joey Haines, who fully expects Brown, a Perryville High School graduate, to continue leaving his mark on the program during his senior season this year...
Kurt Warner returns to practice (01/25/02)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner returned to the practice field Friday, a day after missing most of the workouts with cramps in his sore rib cage. Warner, the NFL's MVP, warmed up without apparent difficulty and zipped his first pass of the practice to Jeff Robinson, then continued showing no visible signs of trouble with his throwing and handoffs...
Kicking game could be factor at Heinz Field (01/25/02)
PITTSBURGH -- Adam Vinatieri earned a place in New England Patriots' lore with a 45-yard field goal in the snow against Oakland to force overtime, followed by a winning 23-yard kick. The victory last week sent Vinatieri and the Patriots to the AFC championship game at Heinz Field, where swirling winds and questionable footing can be as problematic for kickers as a New England snowstorm...
Lakers in a slump, but not worried yet (01/25/02)
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Lakers are in a little funk, which isn't headline news considering it's January and they've played this act before. So don't expect the two-time defending NBA champions to panic any time soon, that just won't happen. And it shouldn't at this time of year, especially with a team as good as the Lakers...
Rams have this theory - They cannot be stopped (01/25/02)
ST. LOUIS -- The Rams have this mindset that nobody, not even the blitz-crazy Philadelphia Eagles, can alter: They will throw often, they will throw deep and, they believe, they will not be stopped. So while Philadelphia looks to send everyone but Ben Franklin after quarterback Kurt Warner in Sunday's NFC championship game, St. ...
Debut rocky for heralded PGA rookie (01/25/02)
Associated Press The Lakers' Shaquille O'Neal, left, is wrapped up by the Clippers' Michael Olowokandi in a game Wednesday. The Lakers don't look like two-time defending NBA champions, but nobody's in a panic yet.The Associated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The PGA Tour's youngest rookie received a rude welcome Thursday in the Phoenix Open...
Vexed by highways? Relax. There's help. And it's free. (01/25/02)
When Mark Bliss, reporter and columnist for this newspaper, wandered into my office one morning this week, neither of us had a clue that Missouri's highway problems could be solved so easily -- or that it would take less than 10 minutes. We are pretty proud of ourselves...
Hello, Liesl! Emotional highs and lows mark N.D. auditions (01/25/02)
Liesl Schoenberger, Notre Dame Regional High School's wunderkind violinist and fiddle player, walked into last Sunday's auditions for "Hello, Dolly!" planning to try out only for the part she really wanted: Mrs. Malloy. But when the audition for the lead role of Dolly was called first, Schoenberger decided to join the five other girls trying out just so she wouldn't have to sit around getting nervous...
Over my dead body (01/25/02)
These are the 10 songs David Mansell of Cape Girardeau can't live without. 1. "Margaritaville" -- Jimmy Buffett The summer of 1977, I just got out of the Navy after four years and didn't have a care in the world. 2. "Tulsa Time" -- Eric Clapton...
Finding "Sex and the City' in New York (01/25/02)
NEW YORK -- The driver hasn't even pulled away from the starting point at New York's ritzy Plaza hotel (where Mr. Big got married) and the bachelorette party in the back is already going strong. "Champagne! Look what I found!" exclaims one of the young women...
The B-52's are still having fun after all these years (01/25/02)
"Nude on the Moon" (Rhino, $31.98) -- B-52's The music on the B-52's "Nude on the Moon" is just as bright as its neon-orange packaging -- fun and funny still, 25 years after the band began. In the beginning, the quintet from Athens, Ga., sounded like a novelty act, with goofy lyrics, campy vocals and minimalist arrangements built around cheesy organ riffs, and choppy, rudimentary guitar licks. ...
Dr. Walter Howard (01/25/02)
PUXICO, Mo. -- Dr. Walter R. Howard, 56, of Cohutta, Ga., died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2002, at his home. He was born Aug. 11, 1945, at Poplar Bluff, Mo., son of Elbert and Zelma Howard. He and Linda Hodge were married July 29, 1967. Dr. Howard was a 1963 graduate of Puxico High School...
Spats Menz (01/25/02)
SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Silverius Francis "Spats" Menz, 86, of Scott City died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born June 20, 1915, at Kelso, Mo., son of Nickolas and Mary Mirgeaux Menz. He and Grace Miller were married April 24, 1944, at Scott City...
Lloyd Brennecke (01/25/02)
Lloyd G. Brennecke, 72, of Peoria, Ill., died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2002, at Rosewood Care Center in Peoria. He was born Feb. 13, 1929, in Cape Girardeau, son of Leo and Ida Henley Brennecke. He and Mary V. Hensley were married July 1, 1951, in Cape Girardeau...
Edith McCormick (01/25/02)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Edith McCormick, 81, of Tamms died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2002, at her home. Arrangements are incomplete at Crain Funeral Home in Tamms.
Martha Pickett (01/25/02)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Martha E. Pickett, 84, of Sikeston died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2002, at Sells Rest Home in Matthews, Mo. She was born Feb. 13, 1917, in Mississippi County, Mo., daughter of Charles L. and Stella Lorena Stalling Shortz. She married Elwood Pickett, who died Oct. 16, 1998...
Henrietta Evers (01/25/02)
BELKNAP, Ill. -- Henrietta Jones Evers, 58, of Belknap died Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2002, at Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah, Ky. She was born Aug. 24, 1943, in Clinton, Ky., the daughter of Henry and Mary Geneva Jones. She married Owen Junior Evers. He preceded her in death...
Charlsie Shelton (01/25/02)
CLARKTON, Mo. -- Funeral for Charlsie M. Shelton of Clarkton will be held at 2 p.m. today at First Baptist Church. The Rev. Daniel Hale will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Landess Funeral Home at Malden, Mo., is in charge of arrangements...
Christine Davidson (01/25/02)
WYATT, Mo. -- Christine Davidson, 83, of Wyatt died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2002, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Mo. She was born Nov. 22, 1918, in Carlisle County, Ky., daughter of Samuel Oscar "S.O." and Gertrude Caldwell Brown. She and Max Murphy Davidson were married Dec. 27, 1957. He died Sept. 21, 1981...
Jackson fire report 1/25 (01/25/02)
Cape Girardeau Jan. 25 Firefighters responded to the following calls on Wednesday:At 8:13 p.m., an alarm sounding at 4616 Nash Road. At 10:19 p.m., an emergency medical service request at 1305 Broadway. At 10:36 p.m., an alarm sounding at 2091 Corporate Circle...
Cape fire report1/25 (01/25/02)
Cape Girardeau Jan. 25 Firefighters responded to the following calls on Wednesday: At 8:13 p.m., an alarm sounding at 4616 Nash Road. At 10:19 p.m., an emergency medical service request at 1305 Broadway. At 10:36 p.m., an alarm sounding at 2091 Corporate Circle...
Out of the past 1/25/02 (01/25/02)
10 years ago: Jan. 25, 1992 Work to replace front columns on historic Common Pleas Courthouse in Cape Girardeau got under way yesterday; wood columns deteriorated from rot and from siege of woodpeckers that have hammered away at posts on and off over last few years...
Jeff City steers familiar course - tax and spend (01/25/02)
Already in the newborn legislative session that started earlier this month, two Missouri senators and two representatives have concocted major tax increases at the same time Gov. Bob Holden was putting together his State of the State address, delivered this week, that paints a dismal forecast for state budgeting...
Pet owners have responsibility to spay, neuter (01/25/02)
To the editor: I would like to thank the Southeast Missourian for its recent editorial, "Pet owners key to fewer animals at pound." I see the trauma of the companion-animal overpopulation epidemic daily. During 2001, we received nearly 4,800 potential pet companions: 2,778 dogs, 1,896 cats and over 100 other animals from goats to iguanas. ...
Public's concerns are being ignored on power plant (01/25/02)
To the editor: Last week an article on the ties of Kinder-Morgan Power Co. to Enron Corp. was printed to ease fears that local residents may have toward the proposed power plant in my community. This information is helpful to those of us who live downwind from the proposed plant, since information from Kinder-Morgan seems to be as scarce as hen's teeth...
Speak Out A 01/25/02 (01/25/02)
Barking pollution I WISH people who live on Fountain Street would keep their barking dogs quiet at night so people who work during the day can sleep and not have my children come in my room in the middle of the night because the barking woke them up...
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