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Stories from Sunday, March 31, 2002

St. John's nurses offer example for St. Francis' (03/31/02)
LABOR PAINS By Scott Moyers ~ Southeast Missourian CREVE COEUR, Mo. -- From the outside, St. John's Mercy Medical Center looks peaceful enough. Throughout a mid-morning last week, white-coated doctors wandered casually in and out of the sliding glass doors. A nurse chatted on a cell phone. Visitors quietly smoked cigarettes out front...
State justice injured in assault at home (03/31/02)
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- A justice on the New Hampshire Supreme Court was attacked in his home early Saturday and his face was beaten beyond recognition, authorities said. A suspect was in custody but had not been charged. Justice John Broderick, 54, who played a role in the investigation of ethics violations charges against the state's highest judge, underwent six hours of surgery to repair multiple fractures to his face. His prognosis for recovery was good, said his lawyer, Stephen Tober...
union graphic.1a (03/31/02)
PAYING DUES Union dues vary at St. John's Mercy Medical Center, depending upon the number of hours worked. The union has told St. Francis nurses that it will not charge more than it does for St. John's...
Woods to be on KRCU show today (03/31/02)
Harriett Woods, former Missouri lieutenant governor, will be the guest on KRCU's "Going Public" radio show today. She will discuss her new book, "Stepping Up to Power," and her long political career. The show will air at 3 p.m. on 90.9 FM, the region's Public Radio affiliate station...
French vandals crash cars through synagogue (03/31/02)
LYON, France -- Hooded vandals crashed two cars through the main gate of a synagogue in southeastern France early Saturday, then rammed one of the vehicles into the temple's prayer hall and set it on fire, police said. There were no injuries in the attack, which occurred at 1 a.m., said police in Lyon...
Easter trick-or-treat (03/31/02)
Egg hunt goes under cover after rains soak fields By Mark Bliss ~ Southeast Missourian Samuel Lowes left his mom holding the bag. The 6-year-old Jackson boy said his load was too heavy to carry after he stocked up on candy and other goodies at the annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday at Arena Park in Cape Girardeau...
Criminal Justice Day to be Wednesday (03/31/02)
Dr. Robert Gaensslen, a forensic expert from the University of Illinois-Chicago, will deliver a Common Hour lecture at Southeast Missouri State University Wednesday. He will discuss "Bits and Pieces: How Forensic Sciences Pieced Together a Case from Bits of Evidence."...
Area lawmakers progressing on bills (03/31/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- At the symbolic midpoint of the 2002 legislative session, Southeast Missouri lawmakers are making progress on dozens of bills on topics ranging from honoring fallen state troopers to boll weevil eradication to taxpayer subsidies for major league stadiums...
Housing agency has variety of programs (03/31/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Since the creation of the Missouri Housing Development Commission in 1969, its programs have served one out of every 20 Missouri households, resulting in billions of dollars in new affordable housing across the state. The agency's programs last year created housing by financing 41 rental properties with more than 1,598 units in 32 Missouri communities. ...
Woman uses her farm eggs for carving, artistry projects (03/31/02)
OGDEN, Ill. -- The owner of guinea fowl, geese and ducks, Linda Tudor decided to get creative with the abundance of eggs around her rural Ogden home. "The egg is my niche, the identity, but the possibilities are virtually unlimited as far as style, color, technique," Tudor said of her medium and where she takes it...
Drivers blinded by smoke; 14 cars collide (03/31/02)
CAMERON, Mo. -- Drivers temporarily blinded by smoke from a grass fire ran into each other on Interstate 35 near Cameron, causing a 14-car pileup that injured eight people. After the smoke cleared Friday, cars, vans and two tractor-trailers were strewn along the southbound lanes of I-35, about four miles north of Cameron, which is north of Kansas City. Observers said they were stunned that no one was killed...
Vote to decide Sikeston's governing style (03/31/02)
CHARTER'S COURSE Sikeston ballot questions
  • Shall the proposed charter for the city of Sikeston, drafted by the Sikeston Charter Commission, be adopted?
  • If the Proposed charter for the city of Sikeston is adopted, shall the mayor be selected by popular vote (as provided in alternative "A") or shall the mayor be selected by the city council (as provided in alternative "B")?...
  • New York's mayor spent $73.9 million during campaign -- a record (03/31/02)
    NEW YORK -- Billionaire Republican Michael Bloom-berg spent more than $76 million of his own money to become mayor of New York City -- a record for a non-presidential election in the United States. The final tally shows he spent $73.9 million during his race to defeat Democrat Mark Green, and $2.5 million on his transition and inaugural ceremony, according to papers filed by his campaign staff Friday...
    Rhymes and misdeameanors Police blotter so good, it's criminal (03/31/02)
    ARCATA, Calif. -- Sixteen years ago, Kevin L. Hoover chanced across a newspaper item about someone stuffing cheese into the ears and nose of a statue of William McKinley in the Arcata town square. Hoover was intrigued on two counts: that a small town with a square and a statue actually existed outside of TV, and that someone would feel moved to cheddar it...
    Rapper gets plagiarism suit from French man (03/31/02)
    NEW YORK -- Eminem and his record label have been sued in federal court by a French composer who claims the Grammy-winning rapper stole one of his tunes. Filed Thursday in Manhattan, the copyright infringement lawsuit accuses Eminem and Interscope Records of lifting parts of "Pulsion" -- a jazz fusion work by Jacques Loussier -- for the caustic rap song "Kill You." The suit, which names Loussier as plaintiff, seeks unspecified damages...
    Firefighters following creed to leave no one behind in WTC sear (03/31/02)
    NEW YORK -- Whether they are soldiers fighting in the frozen tundra of Afghanistan, teams searching the Laos jungle for remains of Vietnam War pilots, or firefighters digging into the debris at ground zero, they are driven by a single idea. No one will be left behind...
    Fight with Iraq might take 100,000 or more U.S. troops, analyst (03/31/02)
    WASHINGTON -- It would start with a fierce air bombardment. Next, special forces could fan out to create "no-movement" zones and then search for biological and chemical weapons. Predator remote-controlled planes would patrol for Scuds on the ground...
    Beauty turns ugly (03/31/02)
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- For 81 years, the Miss America Pageant has managed to right its crown and keep smiling -- through sex scandals, bra-burning protests, judging improprieties and its own struggle to remain relevant. These days, no one is smiling at 2 Miss America Way...
    Tornado hits Texas town; four injured (03/31/02)
    THORNTON, Texas -- A tornado blew through a small central Texas community Saturday, damaging houses and injuring at least four people, authorities said. The storm cut a wide swath east of Thornton, said Aubrey Briggs, mayor pro tem of the city of roughly 500 people about 36 miles southeast of Waco...
    U.S. considers its next move in Mideast crisis (03/31/02)
    WASHINGTON -- The White House is weighing its options as a Middle East middleman as unrelenting terrorist acts by Palestinians and Israeli military reprisals are dashing peace prospects. President Bush and his advisers could press on with more of the same: calling on Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to end the violence and urging restraint and compromise by Israel. But more robust options short of a Camp David-style summit should be considered, Mideast analysts say...
    Israelis round up Palestinian men as Arafat remains penned up (03/31/02)
    RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Israeli troops rounded up hundreds of Palestinian men for questioning, battled gunmen and imposed a curfew in the West Bank's main city Saturday. Yasser Arafat was penned up in his office, surrounded by Israeli troops and trying to keep up his staff's morale, aides and witnesses said...
    Britain's queen mother dies (03/31/02)
    LONDON -- The Queen Mother Elizabeth, a symbol of courage and dignity during a tumultuous century of war, social upheaval and royal scandal, died in her sleep Saturday, Buckingham Palace said. She was 101 years old. After years of frailty and ill health, the queen mother died at Royal Lodge, Windsor, outside London, the Palace said. She was beloved by generations of Britons despite ups and downs in the popularity of the royal family...
    Russia's children in crisis Poverty and family breakdown hurtin (03/31/02)
    MOSCOW -- Kristina was 5 when she was found curled on a barroom floor, pockmarked from syphilis and terrified of affection. Fifteen-year-old Zhenya, who makes his home on a grime-caked heating vent, asked shyly for something to read -- "science fiction, preferably" -- to fill his school-less, aimless, hopeless days...
    North Korea affirms peace talks idea, leader says (03/31/02)
    SEOUL, South Korea -- Indonesia's president said North Korea's reclusive leader had responded positively to a message from South Korea calling for a resumption of peace talks aimed at reuniting the divided peninsula. Megawati Sukarnoputri, the first international leader to visit the isolated communist nation since it was labeled part of an "axis of evil" by President Bush, said her country was willing to provide support for inter-Korean talks...
    With Taliban gone, Kabul kite fights roar back (03/31/02)
    SPORT FOR GAMBLERS By Paul Haven ~ The Associated Press KABUL, Afghanistan -- Nour Aga's passion for kite fighting survived a five-year Taliban ban, a stint in jail to be reeducated in the hardline Islamic regime's rules, and the destruction of everything he owned...
    Cookson, Heeb insist newest Brave won't be them (03/31/02)
    The school with the most successful boys basketball program in Missouri history has a figurative 'help wanted' sign hanging on its gymnasium door. Steve Wells, who coached the Scott County Central program for the past three years, will not return next year and mystery shrouds his successor...
    Murray State wins, prevents weekend sweep by Indians (03/31/02)
    Craig Ringwald made a triumphant return to Cape Girardeau and prevented a Southeast Missouri State University sweep. Ringwald, a Central High School graduate, was the winning pitcher in the second game of Saturday's Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader at Capaha Field, an 8-4 Murray State triumph after Southeast won the opener 6-5...
    Rain cancels Cardinals-Redbirds exhibition game (03/31/02)
    FINAL PRESEASON GAME CALLED OFF At Memphis, Tenn., a planned exhibition game between the Cardinals and the Triple-A Redbirds was canceled Saturday due to rain. Also Saturday, the Cardinals announced three roster moves: Third-baseman Mike Coolbaugh was returned to the Memphis roster; pitcher Bud Smith was optioned to Memphis; and the Cardinals bought a contract on outfielder Eduardo Perez, who had been a non-roster invitee to training camp...
    Another Hoosier shocker, this time in the Final Four (03/31/02)
    ATLANTA -- The gimpy point guard. The second-year coach. The team that wasn't even supposed to make it to the Final Four. Hoosiers: The Sequel. Indiana is one victory from its first national championship since 1987 -- and Bob Knight was nowhere in sight when these Hoosiers sliced through Oklahoma's vaunted defense...
    Even without McGwire, Cards have optimism (03/31/02)
    ST. LOUIS -- Mark McGwire's retirement could end up being addition by subtraction for the St. Louis Cardinals. Big Mac captivated baseball when he hit 135 home runs over a two-year period from 1998-99. But his last two season were injury-plagued and he batted just .187 in 2001...
    Terrapins hold off Jayhawks for first title shot (03/31/02)
    ATLANTA -- Juan Dixon made sure Maryland's return to the Final Four didn't end after one game this time. With its All-American guard leading the way, the Terrapins reached the national championship game for the first time with a 97-88 victory over Kansas on Saturday night...
    The best ever? UConn closes in on the title (03/31/02)
    SAN ANTONIO -- The question has followed Connecticut throughout the NCAA tournament, and through much of the season as well. Is this the best women's basketball team ever assembled? With a 38-0 record, four All-Americans and an average victory margin of 36 points, the Huskies certainly can make a strong argument for that distinction. Tonight, they get one last chance to state their case...
    Indiana has added surprise and fun to the postseason (03/31/02)
    That Maryland will play for the national championship Monday night is no great surprise. The Terrapins made the Final Four last year and were among the country's elite college basketball teams all season. But Indiana? Now that definitely qualifies as a shocker...
    sunday's fanspeak (03/31/02)
    All-state process flawed IT'S REALLY sad to see that the all-state voting process still misses the boat when it comes to some of the real players. The 2A girls team should have included Lisa Millham on the first team and Ashley Millham on the second team, at the very least. ...
    sports letters (03/31/02)
    To the editor: It is with great disgust that I read about the Missouri State High School Activites Association's vote on the enrollment multiplier issue for private schools. Those who are for it say they want to create a level playing field and stop the recruiting that is giving private schools an advantage...
    sunday's sports digest (03/31/02)
    AREA SOUTHEAST TRACK TEAM SHINES AT APRIL FOOLS MEET Southeast Missouri State University won 16 events during its own April Fools Invitational track and field meet Saturday at the Abe Stuber Complex. Southeast's women came away with 12 first-place finishes while Southeast's men had four firsts...
    On-the-job training about kids and drugs (03/31/02)
    NEW YORK -- At school, children are exposed to all sorts of new things: advancements in science, the most up-to-date computer language, the hottest fashions, hippest phrases and, possibly, the newest illegal drugs. Parents, who often spend most of the day at office desks, don't always have the resources to teach them the same things...
    Restaurant tip gives robber away (03/31/02)
    SALEM, Ore. -- A man suspected of robbing a bank gave himself away when he tipped a waiter $100 in order to get a seat away from the window. Chris Ronemus was thrilled to receive the large gratuity on a slow day at DaVinci Ristorante, but he wasn't allowed to keep the money...
    Heaven on earth (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. Picturesque perfection is a phrase that could describe the home and land at 392 Bird's Trail in Jackson, Mo. Located off Route W and Cape Girardeau County Road 616, it's a little bit of heaven right here on earth. Driving down a winding road past babbling creeks and trees that wear each season with simple beauty, one is reminded of the natural wonders of this world. ...
    Attack yard weeds wisely (03/31/02)
    Now, when enthusiasm for any gardening activity is high, is a good time to approach the problem of weeds. Most gardeners begin their annual attack by turning the soil with a rototiller or garden fork. But think back to last summer: didn't weeds still eventually get the upper hand, drowning out beets and zinnias in a sea of green?...
    Small Bites (03/31/02)
    Thoughts on filling those strawberry baskets WATSONVILLE, Calif. -- Don't waste a second of strawberry time. Keep these points in mind as you choose, store and eat your rosy fruit. Strawberries do not ripen after they have been harvested, so choose strawberries that have been picked fully ripened...
    Swamp town's hostelry draws international clients (03/31/02)
    FARGO, Ga. -- The four-room Gator Motel has an unlisted number, but tourists from as far away as Germany and Australia manage to find it. Owner Kevin Hart -- who is also the reservations clerk, housekeeper and maintenance man -- seldom sees his guests. The hotel doesn't even have an office, so arriving customers look for Hart at the grocery store across the street...
    On the waterfront New Jersey State Aquarium to double in size (03/31/02)
    CAMDEN, N.J. Disney World it's not, but the Camden waterfront has become a family friendly enclave that draws 2 million visitors a year to attractions including a museum on a battleship and one of the nation's top-grossing amphitheaters, not to mention minor-league baseball games...
    Waiting for Easter to come (03/31/02)
    Easter slipped into March this year by the skin of its teeth. That seems an almost sacrilegious statement for describing the most holy season. But I'm speaking calendar-wise. I know how its coming is reckoned, according to the first Nicene Council -- the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after March 21...
    Jam-packed schedules leave little room for family time (03/31/02)
    In our hurry-up world, we're often too busy to have real family time. Work and school take up our days. At night, we're booked solid with everything from children's dance classes to Scout meetings and our favorite TV shows. The New Jersey city of Ridgewood recently tried to put the brakes on our jam-packed world...
    Injury lands Foster in 'Panic Room' (03/31/02)
    LOS ANGELES -- Some cinematic karma involving mishaps to a couple of actors from Down Under brought Jodie Foster and director David Fincher together in the panic room. Nicole Kidman's recurring knee injury early last year left Fincher without his lead actress on the thriller "Panic Room" three weeks into shooting...
    Rap mogul takes poetry mainstream with TV series (03/31/02)
    NEW YORK -- The words come in rapid succession as poets step to the mike at the Supper Club in Times Square, each telling a story of urban life in a lyrical torrent. They are speaking in the contemporary art form of spoken word -- a mixture of prose and theater injected with the street attitude and urban angst of hip-hop...
    Zelma Treece (03/31/02)
    ANNA, Ill. -- Zelma Ruth Treece, 80, of Anna died Saturday, March 30, 2002, at Union County Hospital in Anna. Funeral arrangements are pending at Lutz and Rendleman Funeral Home in Anna.
    Clarence Thompson (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- Clarence Ed Thompson, 68, of Jackson died Friday, March 29, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m., Monday at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Abundant Life Church in Gordonville, Mo., with the Rev. David Butler officiating. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kerns Chapel Cemetery near Poplar Bluff, Mo., with a Missouri Military Honors graveside service...
    Lynn Deimund (03/31/02)
    SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Lynn M. Deimund, 94, formerly of Scott City, died Saturday, March 30, 2002, at Fountainbleu Lodge. Arrangements are pending at Amick-Burnett Funeral Home in Scott City.
    Homer Cooper (03/31/02)
    Homer Cooper, 89, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, March 30, 2002. Arrangements are pending at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home.
    Bettye Wagner (03/31/02)
    BERTRAND, Mo. -- Bettye Lou Wagner, 84, of Bertrand died on Friday, March 29, 2002, at the Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Mo. She was born on Feb. 8, 1918, in Graves County, Kentucky, daughter of Harris and Annie Josephine Jones Spieght...
    Orval Ozment (03/31/02)
    OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Orval Glenn Ozment, 78, of Olive Branch died on Friday, March 29, 2002, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 2, 1924, at Cairo, Ill., son of Roy and Minnie Marie Wilson Ozment. He and Martha Mixen were married Oct. 1, 1941...
    Dean Goodson (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- Friedrich "Dean" Goodson, 64, passed away on Friday, March 29, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Friends may call between 4-8 p.m. Monday, April 1, at the McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral service will be Tuesday, April 2, at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by interment in St. John's United Church of Christ Cemetery at Fruitland. There will be a military honors service at the graveside. The Rev. David Schaffner will officiate...
    Eula Bollinger (03/31/02)
    SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Eula Bollinger, 88, of Sedgewickville died on Saturday, March 30, 2002, at her home. She was born Dec. 6, 1913 at St. Mary, Mo., daughter of Douglas and Nettie Luckey Nelson. She and Everett J. Bollinger were married Nov. 28, 1936. He died Feb. 13, 1994...
    James Rauh (03/31/02)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- James H. Rauh, 70, of Perryville died Friday, March 29, 2002, in St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. He was born Dec. 16, 1931 in St. Louis, son of Cecil H. and Ruth Nesslein Rauh. A U.S. Army veteran, Rauh had served during the Korean War and belonged to American Legion Post 133 and VFW Post 4282...
    Gill-Davis (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- DeAnna Marie Gill and Lee Alan Davis exchanged vows March 8, 2002, at First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Grant Gillard performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Evelyn and Barry Gilliland of Millersville, Mo., and Dean Gill of Gordonville, Mo. The groom is the son of Janice and Jon Moyers of Oak Ridge, Mo., and Stanley and Shirley Davis of Jackson...
    Chartrand-Hutteger (03/31/02)
    Ellen Theresa Chartrand and Gregory Kyle Hutteger were married Aug. 18, 2001, at St. Margaret Mary Church in Omaha, Neb. The Rev. Melvin Merwald performed the ceremony. Readers were Jennifer Ruskusky of Chicago and Marisa Bartczak of Washington, D.C. Soloist was Dr. Kathy Chartrand of Olathe, Kan., aunt of the bride...
    Lowes-Rice (03/31/02)
    St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church was the setting Oct. 12, 2001, for the wedding of Shannon Michelle Lowes and Lawrence Barrett "Barry" Rice. The Rev. J. Friedel performed the double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Cheryl Oberhaus and Alan Bruns of Cape Girardeau. ...
    Burgard- Panice (03/31/02)
    Fred and Sharon Burgard of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Jayme L. Burgard of Dixon, Ill., to Nick V. Panice. He is the son of Rich and Nan Panice of Sterling, Ill. Burgard is a graduate of Central High School and Hannibal-LaGrange College. She is employed by TCOC Headstart...
    Schaefer-Glueck (03/31/02)
    Thomas and Rita Schaefer of Dallas City, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Schaefer, to Joshua Glueck, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Anton and Carol Glueck of Cape Girardeau. Schaefer is a 1995 graduate of Dallas City High School, and a 1999 graduate of Quincy University in Quincy, Ill. She is an auditor for Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in St. Louis...
    Hensley-Toney (03/31/02)
    Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hensley of Farmington, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole Hensley, to Jason Toney. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Toney of Perryville, Mo. Hensley is a graduate of Farmington High School, and received a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice from Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at the Safe House for Women, and at In the Wine Cellar...
    Robinson-Osborne (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- Gary and Jill Robinson of O'Fallon, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann Katherine Robinson, to Justin Allen Osborne. He is the son of Don and Chereyl Osborne of Jackson. Robinson is a 1999 graduate of O'Fallon Township High School. She is pursuing a degree in human resource management at Southeast Missouri State University...
    Thompson-Kutscher (03/31/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- Stephen and Sharon Thompson of Newton, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Dawn Thompson, to Timothy Walter Kutscher, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Walter and Carol Kutscher of Jackson. Thompson is a graduate of the Illinois Math and Science Academy. She received a bachelor of science degree in biology from Southeast Missouri State University. She is an associate scientist in microbiology at Steris Corp. in St. Louis...
    Fritsche-England (03/31/02)
    Erwin and Margaret Fritsche of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Lori Ann Fritsche, to Charles Jason England. He is the son of Charles and Barbara England of Park Hills, Mo. Fritsche received a bachelor of science degree in education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is a teacher at L.J. Schultz School...
    Koenig- Hoehne (03/31/02)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Arnold and Ruby Koenig of Perryville announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann Koenig, to Adam David Hoehne of Frohna, Mo. He is the son of Ralph and Jill Hoehne of Uniontown, Mo. Koenig is a 1993 graduate of Perryville High School. She is employed at Mid-America Rehab in Cape Girardeau...
    Cook-Koenig (03/31/02)
    MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Sharon and Terry Sander and Gary and Charlotte Cook of Marble Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Shari Cook, to Randy Koenig. He is the son of Elmer and Ida Koenig of Marble Hill. Cook is a 1995 graduate of Woodland High School. She is employed at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri...
    Burnett-Stewart (03/31/02)
    BELL CITY, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Burnett of Bell City announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Dawn Burnett, to Daniel Dustin Stewart. He is the son of Michael and Joyce Stewart of Oak Ridge, Mo. Burnett is a senior at Bell City High School...
    West Lane Elementary (03/31/02)
    West Lane Elementary A Honor Roll
  • BUCHANAN - Megan Davisdon, Amber Julian, Ashley Schott, Eric Osborne. Leimbach - VICTORIA ZIMMERMAN, HEATHER SMITH, JAKE WOLPERS, ASHTEN HOWARD, JESSICA GROVES, ALYSSA BOLLINGER.
  • Lewis - LUKE BROWN, JOHN FREE, ALSION KEIPER, MIRANDA MUDGE, ANDREW OXFORD, MORGAN PETERS, JORDAN RUSSELL, ANDREW SCHOLL, EMILY THOMPSON...
  • cape central Junior High honor roll (03/31/02)
    Cape Central Junior High Term 4 A Honor Roll 9th Grade - Natascha Atwood, Jeffrey Beard, Kara Beckett, Katherine Belcher, Christa Bollinger, Kari Bragg, Karl Bratcher, Scott Brueckner, Christina Cato, Stephanie Clark, Alisha Cochrane, Elizabeth Day, Stephen Dixon, Joshua Downing, Eric Goines, Catherine Hayward, Angela Heise, Amber Henderson, Erin Herbst, Sara Jaster, Patrick Jernigan, Ryan Johnston, Karina Klonoski, Marian LaFoe, Erin Mack, Margot McAllister, Ashlee Meier, Millie Noel, Jennifer Pancoast, Nicholas Redfearn, Megan Richards, Anthony Riley, Ram Rohatgi, Jenna Russell, Erica Schabbing, Brandon Seabaugh, Lindsey Smith, Rachel Story, Olivia Swingle, Matthew Taylor, Lauren Thompson, Yuri Ueda, Katie Wolz, Margaret Yates.. ...
    Cape Christian School (03/31/02)
    Cape Christian School A Honor Roll 6th grade - Taylor Billings, Brittany Emmons, Sarah Ford, Andrea Horrell, Bethany Parry, Daniel Ross, Joel Smart, Ashley Willis, Jennifer Willis. 5th grade - Skylar Batley, Victoria Mitchell, Erica Morrow, Bethany Olson...
    Cape Central Highschool Honor Roll (03/31/02)
    Cape Central High School Term 4 A Honor Roll
  • 12TH GRADE - Kerri Bard, Alicia Barks, Trevor Blattner, Lainie Bohnsack, Amy Brookover, Caleb Buis, Bethany Burchyett, Eric Busby, Kristin Cain, Katherine Cole, Matthew Crain, Eric Daume, Ilene Davis, Amy Dewrock, Jeffrey Edmundson, Nathan Foley, Jamie Gabriel, Laura Gantt, Matthew Gile, Erick Harris, Gregory Hawkins, Leanne Hengst, Tammy Henson, Terra Herzberger, Cody Hill, Erica Holshouser, Alexus House, Sarah Hyslop, Gabriel Keys, Matthew Kimball, Erica Kinnison, Rebecca Komorech, Dane Lincoln, Eric Lynch, Elizabeth Martin, Dustin McKinnis, Ashley Michael, Kyle Miller, Krista Olson, Jocelyn Omalley, Vincent Oxley, Kimberly Pancoast, Magin Patrick, Cristy Phelpe, Cory Popp, Raymond Primonato, Neil Randol, Amy Rauls, Elizabeth Robertson, Mesha Russell, Derek Ruth, Lauren Schaefer, Christine Schlosser, Amber Smith, Tara Smith, Elliott Swoboda, Jon Thompson, Jonathan Vancleve, Sarah Wernsman, Tyler Wibbenmeyer, Doris Wolford.. ...
  • St. Mary Cathedral School (03/31/02)
    St. Mary Cathedral School A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Paige Foeste, Corrie Gerecke, Staci Kula, Catherine Meyer, Robin Phelps, Kaitlyn Scheeter, Jessie Vavak. 7th Grade - Allison Bode, Jackie Boos, Aimee Ha, Shannon James, Sara Richter, Hannah Schaefer, Christopher Schultz, Sabeen Shakil, Laura Simmons, Jack Wedemeier, Kaci Westrich, Ayesha Zuberi...
    Saxony Lutheran High School (03/31/02)
    Saxony Lutheran High School Honor Roll with distinction Jolene Braeuner, Jonathan Burford, Diana Emde, Benjamin Theiss, Stephanie Wollenburg. Honor Roll Deanna Leible.
    Jackson North Elementary (03/31/02)
    Jackson North Elementary A Honor Roll
  • 5TH GRADE - Nick Arnold, Jessica Dunn, Greg Gibson, Alyssa Kimbel, Kirsten King, Casey Lorenz, Larissa Petzoldt, Sarah Pfeiffer, Travis Pinkerton, Ashley Ptacek, Andrea Richardet, Travis Roth, Rebecca Schmitt, Heather Shacklers, Jessia Tuschhoff...
  • st. augustine honor roll (03/31/02)
    St. Augustine School A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Emily Blattel, Kelli Dohogne, Cody Essner, Jacob Essner, Tyler Glaus, Julianne Heisserer, Natalie Leible, Adam Reinagel, Alex Ressel, Amber Schlosser, Chris Wright. 7th Grade - Kyle Essner, Chad Friend, Valerie Gibbons, Lindsey LeGrand...
    Kelly Middle School honor roll (03/31/02)
    Kelly Middle School A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Brandon Ayers, Leigh Ann Buchheit, Caleb Daughhetee, Nissa Hamm, Jordy Howell, Nolan Lewer, Caitlin Powell, Tara Wimberley 7th Grade - Amber Baker, Samantha Barber, Rachel Burnett, Zachery Culver, Kylie DeWitt, Shawanda Ethridge, Lauren Gean, Zachary Hamm, Cassie Jackson, Jeremy Lynn, Jennifer McDonough, Ashley Nall, Stephanie Payne, Summer Proctor, Hannah Rolwing, Heath Rolwing, Kourtnie Smith, Emily Strobel, Dallas Tew, Davina Watson. ...
    St. Joseph honor roll (03/31/02)
    NOTE: THERE WAS NO SEVENTH GRADE LISTED St. Joseph School High honor roll 8TH GRADE - Kristin Enderle, Mikki Drury, Kristin Enderle, Mollie Messmer 6TH GRADE - Richie Bohn, Sarah Eichhorn 5TH GRADE - Logan Davis, Abigail Messmer 4TH GRADE - Skylar Cobb...
    Fire report 03/31/02 (03/31/02)
    Cape Girardeau Sunday, March 31 Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday:At 5:17 p.m., an emergency medical service at 1927 Kingshighway. At 6:17 p.m., an emergency medical service at 1200 N. Spanish. At 8:55 p.m., an emergency medical service at Independence and Pacific...
    Police report 03/31/02 (03/31/02)
    Cape Girardeau Sunday, March 31 ArrestsDarryl Graham, 33, of 1320 N. Missouri was arrested Friday for failure to appear. TheftTwo cartons of cigarettes were reported stolen Friday at Rhodes 101, 407 Morgan Oak. A suspect is in custody pending formal charges...
    Out of the past 3/31/02 (03/31/02)
    10 years ago: March 31, 1992 Jefferson City - U.S. Rep. Bill Emerson, who is seeking seventh term, drew one new challenger on Monday and two more today; Shannon Russell, farmer from Gideon, entered 8th District race as Democrat on Monday; filing as Democrats today are Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney Jon A. Kiser of Piedmont and Dean Burk, high school teacher in St. Louis who lives near DeSoto...
    Nurses complain about misleading info from union (03/31/02)
    KENNETT, Mo. -- Those who like to give some perspective to their lives by translating them into time spent on both important and trivial problems of daily human life could probably calculate, with considerable accuracy, how much of our existence is spent worrying about problems that, if repressed, will simply disappear from our screen...
    He is not here, for he is risen (03/31/02)
    A miraculous event 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem changed the world. On this Easter morning, the story is presented again from the Holy Bible (the Gospel according to St. Matthew, Chapter 28): In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. ...
    Holden pushes billion-dollar tax increase with no reforms (03/31/02)
    With the growing diversion of highway funds, reneging on promised road improvements and reallocating of funds after a tax increase is in place, it would be hard to imagine a worse formula for disaster than the one state government is continuing to follow. -- Charles Kruse, president of the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation...
    Speak Out A 03/31/02 (03/31/02)
    I READ Gary Rust's columns on his visit to Cuba, I suggest that he read the article in this month's American Legion magazine about Castro's sponsorship of terrorism throughout the world. Maybe some people would change their opinion if they read this article...
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