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Stories from Thursday, November 28, 2002

Mother needs help with long Christmas wish list (11/28/02)
A Cape Girardeau mother of four has a long Christmas wish list from her children but little money to spend. She has asked for help through Toybox, a joint program of the Cape Girardeau Jaycees and the Southeast Missourian. Her children are 8 months, 3, 7 and 13. The youngest is her only son...
Hutson window display unveiled (11/28/02)
The Southeast Missourian Hutson Furniture's annual holiday window display will be unveiled at 10 a.m. today. Though the downtown Cape Girardeau store sets up a different exhibit each Thanksgiving, this season's is a repeat from three years ago. It is a replica of Silverton, Colo., an old mining town...
Community briefs 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
Pioneer Orchard donates money to Shrine Club Scott Beggs with Pioneer Apple Orchard and Pick-Ur-Own recently presented a $340 check to Dale Schreiner, president of the Cape Shrine Club. The money came from registrations for the Little King and Queen contests held at Pioneer's Pick-Ur-Own in October and will go to the Shriners Hospital...
Jackson Swim Team to hold home tour (11/28/02)
Jackson's traditional Christmas Home Tour is branching out into Cape Girardeau this season. The 2002 Home Tour hosted by Jackson's Swim Team will include three Jackson houses, two Cape Girardeau homes and one Jackson church. Held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, the 30-year-old tour will again feature a musical program performed at the First General Baptist Church...
Annual parade to affect downtown parking (11/28/02)
Parking in certain parts of Cape Girardeau will be restricted for part of Sunday, due to the Downtown Merchants Christmas Parade. The parking will be closed off from 2 p.m. until the end of the parade in the following areas: Broadway from West End Boulevard to Main Street...
Salvation Army is prepared to feed over 600 (11/28/02)
If you haven't already, you're about to spend countless nerve-wracking hours basting turkeys, skinning potatoes and baking pumpkin pies, all in the name of Thanksgiving. Not to mention you can look forward to a house full of guests like those know-it-all cousins from Caruthersville and the cheek-squeezing aunts from Advance...
Children's shopping event set for Sunday (11/28/02)
Cape Girardeau's downtown merchants know that Christmas shopping can be challenging for anyone. Throw in the fact that you're too young to have a driver's license or credit cards, and you could have a real dilemma on your hands. In order to help alleviate these obstacles for Christmas shopping youth, specifically those age 3 to 12, Old Town Cape will be sponsoring a Santa's Workshop from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Sunday and again on Saturday, Dec. 7...
Holidays become more family-focused after adoption (11/28/02)
The holidays are a little more family-focused than they used to be for the Seiler family of Cape Girardeau since their adoption of 2-year-old Miranda. "Even though family was important to us before, it is even more important to us now," said Cathy Seiler. "The holidays haven't changed a whole lot, but the family wants to see her. I feel like it's not fair to the family if we're not there."...
Charity run/walk to lead Christmas Parade of Lights (11/28/02)
The Cape Road Runners and The Southeast Missourian are once again teaming up to sponsor a charity one mile run/walk for the local Toybox program. The run/walk will lead the Downtown Merchants' Christmas Parade of Lights to be held Sunday. Toybox provides needy families with new toys for children ages one through 12...
Singing for someone else's supper (11/28/02)
The Barefoot Youth Band from Father's Arms Fellowship performed at a community Thanksgiving service sponsored by the Scott City Ministerial Alliance Tuesday night. Other participants included the following Scott City churches: Broadway United Methodist Church choir, Leah Fisher from Wesleyan Church, New Life Gospel Center singers, Kelsi Grant from First Assembly of God Church, Scott City Elementary School principal Carol Blanton and the Scott City High School choir under the direction of Jim Arnold. ...
Scouts' food drive fills pantry shelves (11/28/02)
Scott City Food Pantry cabinets went from bare to brimming Saturday as community members stocked shelves with more than 4,000 cans of food through the weekend's annual Scouting for Food drive. "The shelves were more bare than usual," said Rev. Larry Lawman, president of the Scott City Ministerial Alliance. "The pantry might not have been able to open Tuesday if it weren't for this food drive."...
Coloring book of Cape landmarks promotes local history (11/28/02)
It's almost time to add some Crayola to Cape Girardeau's colorful history. The Cape Girardeau Historical Preservation Commission is in the process of printing 4,000 copies of a coloring book that will feature several of the city's historical landmarks. The goal is to make children aware of Cape Girardeau's historical buildings...
Elderly couple needs household items, clothes (11/28/02)
Mr. and Mrs. E have been married for 58 years, and times are getting tough. Both have health problems. Mr. E is wheelchair-bound after a stroke. He cannot use his lower body but still can communicate. Mrs. D is diabetic and has congestive heart failure...
CORRECTION - Marlowe decision (11/28/02)
In the Oct. 13 edition, a story concerning the conviction of Troy Marlowe should have reported that the conviction was upheld by an appellate court. The Southeast Missourian regrets the error.
Ex-Jackson chief won't face charge of misconduct (11/28/02)
Former Jackson police chief Marvin Sides will not face criminal charges for sexual misconduct because the alleged victim, a female dispatcher, said she wanted the matter dropped. However, special prosecutor Kevin Barbour said "it's likely" a charge would have been filed against Sides based on the report Barbour received from the investigator, Sgt. Bud Cooper of the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Drug and Crime Division...
Southeast's next commencement scheduled for Dec. 14 (11/28/02)
Joseph Driskill, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development, will deliver the commencement address on Dec. 14 at Southeast Missouri State University. The ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Show Me Center. In all, 563 students are scheduled to graduate including 460 undergraduates and 103 graduate students...
Jackson School Board (11/28/02)
JACKSON SCHOOL BOARD MEETING During their meeting Tuesday night, the Jackson School Board approved the following items: Dec. 24 through Jan. 21 as the filing dates for candidates to file for school board positions. Adoption of the annual school report...
Cost estimates in the works for airport proposal (11/28/02)
Some long-range planning cost estimates for the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport's 20-year master plan will be put together as early as the end of January, according to Neil Ralston, an aviation planner with the engineering firm, Crawford, Murphy and Tilly Inc., hired by the airport...
Unwanted e-mails targeted by state prosecutor (11/28/02)
The Associated Press ST. LOUIS -- Computer users in Missouri could put a stop to e-mails pitching quack medical cures, linking them to pornography or just trying to get them to sign up for a new credit card. As a follow up to the popular "no-call" list, which keeps Missourians from receiving unwanted telemarketer phone calls, Attorney General Jay Nixon and two legislators detailed plans in St. ...
State conservation officials report record season for deer (11/28/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- It was a record year for Missouri deer hunters, the Missouri Department of Conservation said Wednesday. With near-perfect hunting conditions, Missouri hunters killed 217,435 deer from Nov. 16 through Tuesday. The number of animals killed during adult fall firearms season topped last year's previous state record by 11,568 deer, department spokesman Jim Low said...
Report seeks White House improvements in terrorism spending (11/28/02)
WASHINGTON -- As federal spending to fight terrorism is set to more than double in just two years, the White House must improve coordination with Congress to ensure the money is spent properly, a congressional report concludes. Data now provided to Congress does not allow for proper oversight, says the study released Wednesday. In addition, it says, "There is no transparency for making policy choices and tradeoffs between combating terrorism and other activities."...
Bush signs bill to establish independent Sept. 11 probe, names (11/28/02)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush named former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Wednesday to lead an independent investigation of the Sept. 11 attacks and said the probe "must uncover every detail and learn every lesson" of the terrorist strikes. Kissinger pledged to "go where the facts lead us."...
Nation briefs 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
Wild turkey terrorizes bankers, townspeople PLAINFIELD, Conn. -- A wild turkey gave some bankers and townspeople a run for their money two days before Thanksgiving. The hen turkey, weighing 15-20 pounds, staked out some turf at the Jewett City Savings Bank Tuesday and cornered customers as they tried to enter...
Thanksgiving travel tests airport security; snowstorm delays tr (11/28/02)
Thanksgiving holiday travelers took to the skies Wednesday in the biggest test of airport security since the federal government took it over last week, while drivers in the Northeast faced heavy, wet snow. Around the country, only a handful of flights were delayed. Travelers were waiting an average of less than 10 minutes at major airports' checkpoints, said Robert Johnson, spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration...
People news (11/28/02)
Action hero role no jinx for Halle Berry LOS ANGELES -- Halle Berry figures Hollywood's ready to serve up more women in strong action-hero roles such as the character she plays in the new James Bond movie, "Die Another Day." "Somebody asked me earlier, 'Did you ever think you'd grow up and be an action hero?"' said Berry, 34, who plays an American agent called Jinx in the film...
Food for thought (11/28/02)
Sometime today, your brain will probably be besieged by contradictory demands. Your better judgment will tell you NO NO NO. Your surroundings will tell you YES YES YES. A nerve reaching in from your gut will insist NO NO NO. Signals from your mouth will make some brain circuits cry YES YES YES...
Pakistani doctor admits treating Osama bin Laden (11/28/02)
LAHORE, Pakistan -- A prominent Pakistani doctor who admitted treating Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaida leaders before and after Sept. 11 said Wednesday that the terrorist mastermind was in excellent health and showed no signs of kidney failure. Dr. ...
Arafat's top deputy says armed uprising has failed Palestinians (11/28/02)
JERUSALEM -- Yasser Arafat's top deputy said the armed uprising against Israel has been a disaster for the Palestinians and must be stopped, declaring it has led to the "complete destruction of everything we built." The blunt comments by Mahmoud Abbas, one of several potential successors to the politically weakened Arafat, are the harshest criticisms a senior Palestinian figure has leveled at militants since violence erupted in September 2000...
U.N. inspectors satisfied with first day's work (11/28/02)
AL-AMIRIYAH, Iraq -- Digging into Iraqi computers, surveying scenes with detectives' eyes, U.N. specialists finally got down to the business of weapons inspection Wednesday at the start of a demanding, months-long job that could make or break peace in the Mideast...
World briefs 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
Former Italian policeman hijacks plane, surrenders LYON, France -- A man who hijacked a French jet in 1999 struck again Wednesday, threatening to blow up a flight over Switzerland with 57 passengers aboard, police said. He surrendered after the plane landed in southern France and no one was hurt...
Griffin right at home in Big Easy (11/28/02)
NEW ORLEANS -- No Southeast Missouri State University basketball player is more excited about having a Thanksgiving tournament in New Orleans than Brandon Griffin. Griffin, the Indians' 6-foot-8 junior center, hails from Greensburg, La., which is about an hour's drive from New Orleans. He expects to have plenty of family and friends in attendance for the Indians' three games in the University Hoops Classic, beginning today with a 5 p.m. contest against Wisconsin-Milwaukee...
Indians hope to feast on Panthers (11/28/02)
NEW ORLEANS -- Southeast Missouri State University coach Gary Garner believes the Indians can compete with most of the teams in the University Hoops Classic -- but he knows they'll really have their hands full today. The Indians open the six-team tournament hosted by Tulane University with a 5 p.m. game at Fogelman Arena against highly-regarded Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Both squads are 1-1...
Warner still has soreness in finger (11/28/02)
When Kurt Warner showed up in the locker room with his throwing hand wrapped in a plastic bag filled with about a pound of ice Wednesday, it looked like more quarterback woes for the St. Louis Rams. They already lost the NFL's MVP for five games with a broken pinkie, and backup Marc Bulger, who led the team to a 5-0 record in Warner's absence, was a wounded No. ...
Spurrier backs off promise of beating hated Cowboys (11/28/02)
IRVING, Texas -- When he was hired, Steve Spurrier promised to give owner Daniel Snyder a game ball after leading the Redskins to a victory over the Cowboys. The first-year coach just never specified when that victory would come. "I don't know if it's going to be this year or not. ...
Fourteen teams still in hunt for BCS spots (11/28/02)
While two of the eight spots for Bowl Championship Series games are filled, there are still 14 teams under consideration for the remaining berths. Ohio State, co-champions of the Big Ten Conference, completed its season at 13-0 and is headed to the BCS national title game in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 3. Florida State clinched a bid as Atlantic Coast Conference champions...
Silent rescue (11/28/02)
SHARON SPRINGS, Kan. -- As their bus barreled through the rain and fog of a late October morning, Tyler Thompson and his teammates settled in for a long trip across Kansas. Some slept, while others chatted about the excitement of the day before, when the Jackrabbits beat a Colorado football team 72-14. That night, they had gone to the school's homecoming dance, where they eyed the girls and enjoyed the outing...
Notre Dame needs a victory over USC to assure BCS bid (11/28/02)
Notre Dame-USC is important again. For the first time since 1989, both teams enter the game ranked in the AP's top 10. And both are playing for berths in Bowl Championship Series games that carry payouts of as much as $16.5 million per team. The seventh-ranked Fighting Irish (10-1) need a win to all but clinch a BCS spot, probably the Orange or Sugar Bowl. But even a loss might not keep them out as long as they remain eligible with a top 12 finish in the final BCS standings Dec. 8...
SE builds family ties in New Orleans (11/28/02)
As everybody is getting ready to enjoy their Thanksgiving dinner later today, we're getting ready for a basketball game. New Orleans, where we're competing in the University Hoops Classic hosted by Tulane, is a long way from home for the majority of our players. But even though we're on the road and the kids are away from their families, we've got a basketball family here...
Area digest (11/28/02)
Dalhousie's Roe becomes PGA member Scott Roe of Cape Girardeau recently became a Class A member of the Professional Golf Association. Roe, a graduate of Notre Dame High School and Southeast Missouri State University, is currently a golf professional at Dalhousie Golf Club...
Fanfare 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
Baseball
  • Jim Thome's decision may have gotten tougher after the Cleveland Indians improved their $60 million, five-year contract offer to the free agent first baseman. The Indians sent a revised proposal to Thome's agent, Pat Rooney, on Wednesday that includes some "variations" on a sixth option year from their previous package, a team source said on the condition of anonymity...
  • Health calendar 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    Sunday Blood drive from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Mary's Cathedral. Donors should be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. For information, call 339-1822. Tuesday Blood drive from noon to 5 p.m. at the University Center at Southeast Missouri State University. Donors should be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. For information, call 339-1822...
    Slimming down through surgery (11/28/02)
    hey tried fad diets, weight-loss programs and pills, but nothing seemed to work for very long. After years of carrying around extra pounds -- pounds that put their lives at risk -- several area residents decided surgery was their best chance at survival...
    Study - Higher cervical cancer rates exist for women over 50 (11/28/02)
    ATLANTA -- Hispanic women contract cervical cancer almost twice as often as other women, indicating that not enough of them are having Pap tests, federal officials said Wednesday. The study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also found that older women of all ethnic groups were more likely to show advanced cases of the disease when first diagnosed...
    Listening for the secret of life (11/28/02)
    Nov. 28, 2002 Dear Adams family, The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time, James Taylor says in one of his songs. At my first James Taylor concerts at the beginning of the 1970s, the audience was mostly my age (about 20) along with some much younger girls who kept screaming at him to sing "You've Got a Friend." He was awkward being up there in front of thousands of people, but his self-effacing humor endeared and his tender songs held a heartbroken yearning irresistible in youth.. ...
    Kenneth Longman (11/28/02)
    Kenneth Wayne Longman, 73, of Jackson died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002, at Monticello House in Jackson. He was born May 30, 1929, in Herrin, Ill., son of Walter J. and Ida Hiller Longman. He and Anita Catani were married Nov. 12, 1953, in Herrin. Longman was a 1947 graduate of Herrin High School, and a 1956 graduate of Southern Illinois University. He served with the U.S. Navy in Korea...
    Mary Graham (11/28/02)
    Mary E. Graham, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002, at the Lutheran Home. Friends may call at Lorberg Memorial Funeral Chapel from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Cathedral.
    Oel Bean (11/28/02)
    ANNA, Ill. -- The funeral for Oel L. Bean of Anna will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Crain Funeral Home in Anna. The Revs. Tim Sadler and Steve Wilkinson will officiate. Burial will be in Anna Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, and after 8:30 a.m. Saturday...
    Sharianne Spies (11/28/02)
    The funeral for Sharianne Lyn Spies of Scott City will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City. The Rev. Randy Morse will officiate. Burial will be in Lightner Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 1 p.m. Friday...
    Fred Oberbeck (11/28/02)
    Fred William Oberbeck, 87, of Jackson died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002, at Jackson Manor. He was born Jan. 26, 1915, in Cape Girardeau, son of Otto and Rosie Kurre Oberbeck. He and Ida H. Hanschen were married March 18, 1939. She died Sept. 30, 1996. Mr. ...
    Lulu Ledbetter (11/28/02)
    Lulu Ledbetter, 101, of Paducah, Ky., formerly of Anna, Ill., died Monday, Nov. 25, 2002, at Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Paducah. She was born Aug. 4, 1901, in Anna, daughter of John O. and Sarah Elizabeth Hoffner Halterman. She and James Ledbetter were married May 1, 1925. He died Jan. 5, 1994...
    Births 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    Tuschhoff Son to Bradley J. and Jeanine R. Tuschhoff of Cape Girardeau, St. Francis Medical Center, 7:34 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2002. Name, Levi Allen. Weight, 8 pounds 8 1/2 ounces. Second son. Mrs. Tuschhoff is the former Jeanine Lively, daughter of Gary and Marilyn Lively of Cape Girardeau. She is a receptionist at Community Counseling Center. Tuschhoff is the son of Donnie and Norma Tuschhoff of Oak Ridge. He is employed at Schott and Van de Ven...
    Jackson North Elementary (11/28/02)
    Jackson North Elementary School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 5th Grade - Christopher Bonner, Brandon Clodfelter, Jonathan Davidson, Jenny Eichhorn, Aubrey Gilmore, Brittany Hastings, Stephanie Howard, Taylor Kight, Cody McCuan, Rachel Meyr, Chelsea Todt, Bridget Ulrich, Brianna Vance, Holt Walker...
    West Lane Elementary School (11/28/02)
    West Lane Elementary School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 5th Grade - Alyssa Wills, Kyle Keith, Katie King, Morgan Newell, Shaun Bell, Jamie Brown, Kia Ross, Sydney Stein, Daniel Strop, Lydia Wade, Amber Way, Logan Clippard, Alex Lasher, Eric Law, Ashleigh Lawson, Cody Sandusky, Kailyn Schutte, Sammi Welker, Corey Baker, Ashley Cook, Rachel Finney, Peter Graham, Jessica Mann, Austin Mueller, Molly Powell, Jeffrey Thompson, Cameron Wood, Amber Crites, Billy Curtis, Megan Devenport, Miranda Houseman, Chelsea Jones, Courtney Rodman, Nathan Sanders, Lydnsey Sorbello, Lindsey Barker, T.J Bodenstein, Josh James, Tyler Koch, Eric Koenig, Brandy Strong, Joshua Vargas, Steven Young, Ashley Bess, Cassandra Bollinger, Thomas Gilliland, Mallory McCallister, Samuel Phillips, Dustin Sanders, Kaylyn Sneathen, Anna Stout, Jackie Aldredge, Nick Austin, Kelly Crites, Jordan Dale, Eli Gohn, Alex Neely, Morgan Riddick, Ross Carron, Dessirae Elizondo, Renee Kincade, Kayla Lawrence, Brandon Liebeknecht, Taylor Moore, Brennan Mouser, Meagan Pulliam, Ben Schloss, Bethany Schweer, Nathan Tomlinson, Kyle Schaper. ...
    St. Vincent High School / Perryville (11/28/02)
    Perryville St. Vincent Jr. & Sr. High School 1st Quarter 1st Honors 12th Grade - Kelsey Amschler, Chelsey Brown, Danielle Buchheit, Joel Carron, Keshia Clubb, LaTeaschia Dickmann, Danielle Emmendorfer, Amanda Haertling, Beth Hennemann, Racheal Hoch, Caitlin Hoeh, Cassandra Hoernig, Alicia Klump, David Mattingly, Michael Nadeau, Emily Pingel, Mary Reiss, Aaron Rellergert, Brad Renner, James Rice, Dominic Richardet, Julia Schremp, Kristen Schumer, Matthew Wengert, Adam Wibbenmeyer...
    Kelly Middle School Honor Roll (11/28/02)
    Kelly Middle School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Amber Baker, Samantha Barber, Rachel Burnett, Zachary Culver, Kathryn Deason, Kylie DeWitt, Lauren Gean, Zachary Hamm, Cassie Jackson, Heather Lawson, Jeremy Lynn, Jennifer McDonough, Stephanie Payne, Summer Proctor, Amberlee Ragan, Hannah Rolwing, Heath Rolwing, Kourtnie Smith, Emily Strobel, Dallas Tew, Davina Watson...
    Scott City High School (11/28/02)
    Scott City High School 1st Quarter High Honor Roll 12th Grade - Chris Bradshaw, Angel Butler, Shalen Clark, Brandi Compass, Amber Dannenmueller, Ashley Davis, Amanda Eades, Drew Goodale, Brittney Hill, Loretta Holmes, Holly Lambert, Maria Lett, Jenny Lynn, Lisa Mansker, Katie Mirgaux, Jenny Pinkston, Megan Ressel, Hannah Robert, Jessica Stickel, Amy Taylor...
    Leopold R-III Elementary (11/28/02)
    Leopold R-III Elementary 6th Grade - Taylor Arnzen, Amy Beel, Danielle Beel, Kelsey Brown, Casey Bucher, Janice Bueter, Jessica Bueter, Dana DeBrock, Dylan Elfrink, Trnet Elfrink, Amy Horman, Travis Hurst, Tony Lincoln, April Nenninger, Larry Nussbaum, Lisa Smith, Chelsey Stoverink, Clayton Stoverink, Dustin Thiele, Whitney Vandeven, Darren VanGennip...
    Chaffee Elementary Honor Roll (11/28/02)
    Chaffee Elementary 1st Quarter 6th Grade - Shelby Ancell, Melanie Baker, Mikela Brown, Andy Cannon, Kayla Chapman, Collin Dannenmueller, Dylan Davis, Kacy Hall, Casandra Hanshew, Melissa Jobe, Amber Kirk, Taylor Laxton, Chris Moore, J.C. Reeves, Jessica Seabaugh, Richie Seyer, Katelyn Slinkard, Ashley Sullivan, Taimen Taylor, Heather Thomason, Ashley Whitlow, Jesse Williams...
    Jackson South Elementary School (11/28/02)
    Jackson South Elementary School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 5th Grade - Bailey Abbott, Justin Bader, Karlee Bauknecht, Kelsey Bierman, Kyndle Brown, Sarah Brown, John Cargle, Mackenzie Childs, Trent Dickerson, Allyson Duncan, Blake Fields, Kara Goodier, Kylie Goodier, Alex Henshaw, Jessica Houseman, Kayla Lawson, Brandon Maca, Wynn McClelllan, Austin McRaven, Jennifer Moore, Brittany Overbeck, Julia Rodenas, Jill Rushin, Lauren Schuette, Stephen Sladek, Alexa Smith, Katie Stephens, Neha Tandon, Devon Trowbridge, Landon Wachter.. ...
    Shawnee Jr. & Sr. High Honor Roll (11/28/02)
    Shawnee Jr. & Sr. High Honor Roll 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 12th Grade - Amanda Anspach, Matthew Ashworth, Sarah Burford, Colin Campbell, Sean Copeland, Catrina Craver, Tim Davis, Joshua Franklin, Lindsey Freeze, Jennifer Glodo, Jessica Hale, Gwen Hall, Richard Hanneken, Marian Jameson, Ashley Lesch, Holly Libbert, Nick Matlock, Christina McLane, Vanna Mouser, Samantha Peters, Robin Popejoy, Katie Prater, Cecilia Rhymer, Tara Seward, Douglass Taylor, Matthew Thomas, Jennifer Wilkerson, Ashley Williams.. ...
    Franklin Elementary School (11/28/02)
    Franklin Elementary School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 4th Grade - Emma Segar, Tori Twidwell, Steven Watkins. B Honor Roll 4th Grade - Andrew Hileman, Owen Hill, Mackinzie Jamieson, Zachary Owens, Lindsey Probst, Claire Sharp, Di-Di Starrett, Bethany Statler, Elaiza Suria, Tyler Wachter, Harlie Waldon...
    Trinity Lutheran School (11/28/02)
    Trinity Lutheran School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Emily Garner, Benjamin Meyr, Karrie Moll, Katie Mothershead, Kristin Shirrell, Lauren Tobin, 7th Grade - Deanna Dippold, Madison Klaus, Keara Pringle. 6th Grade - Kaitlin Cavey, Emily Gerlach, Tyler James, Jerica Moore, Brooke Morris, Christopher Roth, Jordan Sheets...
    Scott City Elementary School (11/28/02)
    Scott City Elementary School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 5th Grade - Olivia Bradshaw, Hayley Compass, Brandon DeProw, Katie Diebold, Marshall Glaus, Lindsey Hadley, Krista LaFentres, Zachary Pobst, Shannon Raz, Rachel Reed, Brooke Simpson. 4th Grade - Amber Blattel, Zachary Bradshaw, Conley Clark, Brooke Dohogne, Andy Hayes, Casey Jobe, Zack Johnston, Myriah Miller, Garett Scahefer, Katesse Simmons, Austin Tapley, Zach, Wiggins...
    St. Denis School (11/28/02)
    St. Denis School 1st Quarter 8th Grade - Nathan Burford, Chris Dambach, Emily Glastetter, Brenna Green, Brittany Ponder, Miranda Schlosser, Chris Shelton, Kaitlin Vetter, Joe Westrich. 7th Grade - Dustin LeGrand, Derek Menz, Stephainie Ross. 6th Grade - Paris Burger, Josh DeBrock, Ryan Essner, Laura Felter, Levi Felter, Austin Greer, Andrew Hahn, Katelynn Moore...
    Guardian Angel School (11/28/02)
    Guardian Angel School 1st Quarter 8th Grade - Nick Anderson, Chris Asmus, Wendy Eftink, Sarah Glueck, Robert Lange, Devan Moore, Monica Scherer. 7th Grade - Cody W. Dirnberger, Michelle Essner, Derek Gaines, Kelsey Gaines, Cassie Garviett, Alyson Seyer, Caleb Seyer, Jodi Urhahn...
    Jackson Middle School (11/28/02)
    Jackson Middle School 1st Quarter Scholastic Honor Roll 7th Grade - Grace Blades, Chelby Chezem, Zachariah Dumey, Jesse Eichhorn, Janelle Essner, Andrew Graham, James Myers, Lyndsey Ross, Ashley Sneathen, Megan Spooler, Morgan Stout, Richard Stroder, Alexandra Turner, Carrie Walker, Nicholas Welker, Derek Werner, Ross Wiginton, Michael Wissehr...
    Kelso C-7 School District (11/28/02)
    Kelso C-7 School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 8th Grade - Kristain Burger, Jessica Dock, Nora Glasser, Hannah Glueck, Natasha Watson. 6th Grade - Billy Joe Atkinson, Casey Kern, Cortney Shelton, Courtney Tetley. 5th Grade - Ellen Ashcraft, Kelsey Blue, Brooke Glastetter, Megan Glastetter, Cody Kern, Jordan Klaffer, Chelsea Paul...
    Jackson Junior High School (11/28/02)
    R.O. Hawkins Junior High School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 9th Grade - Erica Bock, Alisha Bohnert, Katherine Brown, Julie Burnette, Grant Casteel, Lonnie Chapman, Robert Cheney, Shannon Cobb, Zachary Deneke, Caitlen Denny, Jessica Drum, Kathleen Farrow, Jodie Gipson, Kelsey Gjerstad, Andrew Gorton, Taylor Gorton, Tyler Grantham, Casey Hinkebein, Sarah Hinkebein, Danielle Hoffman, Matt Hoffman, Roxanne Hudak, Joshua Johnson, Katie Kassel, Hannah Kohm, Tanya Lambert, Lauren Law, Matt Leadbetter, Emily Lewis, Loni Littlepage, Katie Loos, Ashley Mangels, Kami Miinch, Chelsea Morton, Steven Nation, Jarad Pourney, Jason Pourney, Shay Priester, Zachary Priester, Kamden Rampley, Rebecca Richbourg, Sarah Riley, Sarah Roberts, Elysia Rouggly, Rachael Rushin, Jacob Sailer, Paul Sander, Jordan Sneathen, Alisha Soemo, Melinda Sorbello, Joshua Streiler, Kyle Sutherlin, Tyne Swain, Caleb Tankersley, Shannon Toole, David Welker, Kylie Werner, Phillip Yarbro.. ...
    St. Joseph School (11/28/02)
    St. Joseph School 1st Quarter Top Honor Roll 7th Grade - Richie Bohn, Sarah Eichhorn, Katelyn Enderle. 6th Grade - Logan Davis, Abbie Messmer. 5th Grade - Skylar Cobb. 4th Grade - Jamie Scholz Honor Roll 7th Grade - Matthew Koehler, Jay Simmons. 6th Grade - Kevin Drury, Clayton Hall, Cody Page...
    Cape Christian School (11/28/02)
    Cape Christian School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 6th Grade - Stephanie Bird, Jacob Garner, Victoria Mitchell, Erica Morrow, Bethany Olson. 5th Grade - Megan Keesee, Sarah Schenimann, Emma Shell, Mollie Young. 4th Grade - Hillary Caldwell, Kristopher Cook, Christopher Dedert, Trace Janota, Paige Keifner, Christen Limbaugh, Thomas McElmurry, Lars Monia, Victoria Parry...
    Leopold Junior - Senior High (11/28/02)
    Leopold Jr. & Sr. High 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 12th Grade - Amanda Dunn, Clayton Jansen, Barbara Macke, Anna Nenninger, Melinda Trankle, Jill Vandeven, Josh Van de Ven, Courtney Wesbecher. 11th Grade - Jason Brotherton, Brandon Bueter, Toni Eftink, Kristina Engelen, Lucas Horrell, Justin Jansen, Erin Nanney, Stephanie Rose, Giana Saputo, Jessica Stoverink, Melissa Stroder, Nick VanderMierden, Wendy Vandeven, Stephanie Walker...
    Kelly Elementary School (11/28/02)
    Kelly Elementary School 1st Quarter 5th Grade - Londyn Backfisch, Sarah Black, Callie Bollinger, Cory Brock, Kristal Carmack, Joseph Coffee, Michael Fisher, Samantha Fisher, Audriana Glover, Cameron Green, Jeri Hale, Lacey Hicks, Hollyanne Hoernig, Trever Johnson, Ben Jones, Christopher Jordan, Patrick Joyce, Evan Masters, Kristy McKinney, Paxton McReynolds, Kelsey Mitchell, Ariel Morrow, Taylor Morse, Trevor Proffer, Daniel Robey, Ryan Rolwing, Sammy Santora, Jessica Scharpf, Cory Slusher, Chase Vinson, Hannah Vinyard, Blake Wadlington, Andrew Weiny, Cody Wicker.. ...
    Perryville Senior High (11/28/02)
    Perryville Senior High School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 12th Grade - Emily Amberger, Jenna Barber, Ashley Bassa, Amund Bergersen, Ashley Blyzes, Eric Brueckner, Gina Buerck, Amelia Camarillo, Casey Cowell, Jennifer Duvall, Jacob Edwards, Kyle Esselman, Kathleen Frasher, Melinda Giesler, Heather Hager, Matthew Hecht, Jennifer Hoehn, Ashley Kassel, Casey Kassinger, Amanda King, Brent Klein, Tyler Koenig, Nathan Laurentius, Lindsey Laws, Amber Leible, Zachary Leible, Rie Maeda, Emily Martin, Sarah Mattingly, Joshua Miesner, Robyn Miesner, Derek Palisch, Katrina Pittman, Jay Richardet, Robert Riehn, Stephanie Schindler, Jenna Schuessler, Ana Scott, Cory Seabaugh, Hannah Steffens, Affton Thieret, Ashley Thieret, Kayla Thole, Emily Tiehes, Erin Toney, Heather Venable, Kyle Winkler, Rachael Yamnitz.. ...
    Delta High School (11/28/02)
    Delta High School 1st Quarter A Honor Roll 12th Grade - A.J. Begley, Rebecca Below, Rebecca Cook, Sarah Jo Cook, Andrea Dohogne, Katrina Flores, Megan Hill, Ashley Hinkebein, Thomas Horn, Joey Keys, Pat Lingo, Steven Moore, Alexis Nussbaum. 11th Grade - Tanner Baggett, Danae Davis, Teri Diggs, Stacey Dinkins, Michanda Gramlisch, Angela Green, April Helderman, Derek Helderman, Matthew Henderson, Derek Reiminger...
    Police reports 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    Cape Girardeau Thursday, Nov. 28 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Diana Marie Steele, 42, of 1715 Whitener, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway and endangering the welfare of a child...
    Cape sheriff 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    Cape Girardeau County Thursday, Nov. 28 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Terry J. Robert, 26, of Cape Girardeau, was arrested Friday on a Butler County warrant for burglary...
    Out of the past 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    10 years ago: Nov. 28, 1992 The Missourian publishes first of five Saturday editions; with edition, newspaper begins five-week trial with Saturday publications; The Missourian is delivered to subscribers and is available at newsstands at regular weekday price...
    Rush to judgment (11/28/02)
    The Wall Street Journal It's a wonder that Rush Limbaugh is walking the streets a free man, at least the way Tom Daschle tells it. With America on the verge of war with Saddam Hussein, the economy sputtering and Osama bin Laden looking alive if not well, what threat to the American way of life did the outgoing Senate majority leader deplore in his valedictory address?...
    On this Thanksgiving Day, give thanks (11/28/02)
    Come, ye thankful people, come, Raise the song of harvest-home; All is safely gathered in, Ere the winter storms begin. -- Henry Alford (1810-1871) "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come" (Written in 1844)...
    Marquette project looking for info and photographs (11/28/02)
    To the editor: The Marquette Towers is now in its final discovery phase prior to interior renovation and historical restoration work. We would like to ask the community to assist us by sending letters of their memories and experiences with the Marquette. ...
    Lustful people should remember Judgment Day (11/28/02)
    To the editor: It is a sad fact that today many business establishments are forced to much expense and frustration in trying to control the large amount of stealing that is taking place. Stealing has become so widespread that even well-established nursing homes have become targets, with a number of residents becoming victims. ...
    Speak Out 11/28/02 (11/28/02)
    LET'S SUPPOSE for a minute the undemonstrated claims of the Bush White House that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction such as nuclear devices are true. Let us suppose further that the United States undertakes an unprovoked military invasion to destroy these weapons. ...
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