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Community cuisine 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Lions Club Pancake Day scheduled for March 12 The Cape Lions Club will hold its 65th annual Pancake Day at the Arena Building from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 12. Pancakes and sausage will be served. The price for pancake tickets is $3. All proceeds will go to charity...
New Job's Daughters officers installed (02/10/03)
Job's Daughters Bethel 60 of Jackson installed its new slate of officers recently at the Masonic Temple in Jackson. Shyanna Riehn, daughter of Rodney and Debbie Riehn, was installed as the new Honored Queen. The installing officer for the afternoon was Victoria Adams. Adams was assisted by Linda Thompson, Brenda Reed, Sara Hurst, Kara Freeman, Erica Masterson, Beth Johnson and Jenny Hrabik. Riehn's mascot is an angel, and her colors are red, white and blue...
Southeast Missouri rice farmers meet with Talent in D.C. (02/10/03)
A group of Southeast Missouri rice farmers traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with Senator Jim Talent, R-Mo., to discuss agriculture issues. Talent, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, met with David Haggard of Steele, Paul T. Combs of Kennett, Tom Green of Sikeston, Jason Bean and Joel Brown of Gideon and Bill Reed with Riceland Foods, a company with a rice mill in New Madrid...
Job's Daughters perform majority ceremony (02/10/03)
Submitted photo Job's Daughters attending the majority ceremony in Jackson were, front, from left, Shyanna Riehn, Victoria Adams and Jenny Hrabik; second row, front left, Michela Steinmeyer, Mindy Sorbello, Caitlin Burress, Erica Masterson and Kim Straedey; back, from left, Bethel Guardian Ruth Masterson; majority members Beth Johnson, Amanda Crouch and Kara Koeberl Freeman.Southeast Missourian...
Texas story mirrors plot of Swingle's gold novel (02/10/03)
Sometimes fiction and reality are not so different. Former Cape Girardeau resident David Vogelsang recently contacted Morley Swingle, author of "The Gold of Cape Girardeau," about a similar real-life situation that took place in San Diego, Texas, where he now lives...
Vision 2020 subcommittee talks over ideas to promote Cape (02/10/03)
Submitted photo At a recent meeting at Cape Girardeau City Hall the Vision 2020 community services and enrichment subcommittee held a special meeting to discuss a plan to encourage citizens to become more involved in promoting the city's image through involvement, empowerment, volunteerism and pride. ...
Local history organizations consider an alliance (02/10/03)
Around 20 people representing local historical organizations met Sunday at Southeast Missouri State University to discuss the possibility of forming an alliance. "The idea is not join and make one organization, but to coordinate what we do and to support each other," said Barbara Port, an organizer of the new Cape Girardeau County Historical Alliance...
Veteran arranges for friend to finally receive Bronze Star (02/10/03)
Both John Dragoni Sr. and Kenneth Bender still have their "blood chits," identification flags the U.S. Army Air Corps began issuing in World War II. In as many different native languages as was necessary, blood chits promised a reward for the safe conduct and return of the bearer...
Nigerian scam artists now posing as Internet buyers (02/10/03)
For anyone selling pricey merchandise on the Internet, beware greetings from Nigeria. After years of flooding mailboxes, fax machines and e-mail accounts with artfully written letters promising lucrative profits from money transfers, Nigerian thieves are putting a new spin on an old scam...
Community digest 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
KANDI-BARKSDALE STAPLES * Submitted photo Duo Achieves Top Honors Twirlers, Chelsey Lukefahr, left, and Maysi Dougherty, received top honors during two recent fall twirling competitions. The girls, who are members of the Southeast Area Twirlers Cape/Jackson twirling classes, were awarded first place honors in the duet division at both the Memphis and St. ...
Man dies in accidental shooting (02/10/03)
An accidental shooting Sunday at Luhr Bros. Inc. in Cape Girardeau claimed the life of a 23-year-old Scott City man. According to Cape Girardeau County Coroner Michael Hurst, Keith Anderson died from a single 12-gauge gunshot wound to the chest around noon at 801 Progress St...
SIU walkout threat is over, but other unions pressing case (02/10/03)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- The prospect of professors walking picket lines is over for now at the main campus of Southern Illinois University, where faculty ratified a new contract after weeks of demonstrations and strike threats. But at some of the state's other public universities, professors intent on getting a better deal are just starting to flex their union muscles...
Fire restoring farmland to natural state (02/10/03)
BEARDSTOWN, Ill. -- With a thunderous roar, flames licked 15 feet in the air, crackling, snapping and slamming 1,000 degrees of heat over the prairie grass. Fire devoured big blue stem Indian grass, switch grass and Canada rye, leaving blackened ashes in its wake...
Kansas City accordion orchestra goes beyond polka (02/10/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- To many Americans, the accordion brings to mind Lawrence Welk, polka music and lederhosen. And the thought of an accordion orchestra, like the one Joan (pronounced Jo-Anne) Sommers directs in Kansas City, elicits guffaws and grimaces...
Courtney settlement totals $71 million, paper reports (02/10/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two pharmaceutical companies will pay a total of $71 million to victims of former pharmacist Robert Courtney's drug dilution schemes, a newspaper reported. In its story for Sunday editions, The Kansas City Star did not cite a source for that figure...
Train carrying hazardous materials derails in Southern Illinois (02/10/03)
TAMAROA, Ill. -- A freight train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed in the middle of town Sunday morning, and authorities evacuated as many as 1,000 people in a three-mile area. Officials expected residents would be out of their homes until at least today, while cleanup crews worked to stabilize the chemicals and then right the derailed cars...
Polls - Public still enthusiastic about NASA shuttle program (02/10/03)
More than seven in 10 Americans say the space shuttle program is worth the risk in human life and should be continued, say polls taken after the disintegration of the shuttle Columbia killed its seven astronauts. A CNN-Time poll out this weekend found that 71 percent said the shuttle program is worth the risk to the astronauts; a CBS News poll found that three-fourths of Americans said the shuttle should be continued; and in a poll by The Orlando Sentinel, three-fourths said the shuttle program was somewhat or very important to the nation's future.. ...
Rumsfeld sees rising dangers in North Korea (02/10/03)
WASHINGTON -- The official Bush administration view of North Korea's nuclear breakout is that, while troubling, it does not amount to a crisis. Yet that is exactly the word that comes to mind when Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld talks about its dangers...
Two classic women's magazines update their styles (02/10/03)
NEW YORK -- It's makeover time for two grande dames in the world of women's magazines, but don't expect many bare midriffs or tell-all bedroom exposes. Ladies' Home Journal and Woman's Day are unveiling new designs in their March issues as part of their biggest overhauls in years. The goal: a fresher look that will attract youthful readers and new advertisers, while retaining homemaking and family advice that subscribers have counted on for decades...
N.D. seeks to hold firms liable if biotech wheat pollen drifts (02/10/03)
BISMARCK, N.D. -- A North Dakota lawmaker wants to hold seed manufacturers financially responsible if pollen from their biotech wheat drifts to neighboring organic fields. The state Senate's Judiciary committee listened to witnesses last week during an initial hearing on state Sen. Bill Bowman's bill...
Lawyers consider rights of enemy combatants, government spying (02/10/03)
SEATTLE -- The nation's largest lawyers group is set to condemn the government's refusal to give legal rights to American enemy combatants, part of the Bush administration's terrorism-fighting strategy. The American Bar Association also is expected to press for more openness about government surveillance in the United States...
Bison ranchers develop turnaround strategy (02/10/03)
DENVER -- The bison industry, struggling with low animal prices and its image as a niche market, has a turnaround strategy: Figure out how to deliver a consistent product. Going mainstream means giving consumers and cooks more consistency and a meat-grading system similar to one used by Canadian bison producers, said Carter Gooding, a bison rancher and chef in Charlottesville, Va...
Minnesota play brings farm struggle to big city (02/10/03)
MINNEAPOLIS -- A farmer walks into a bank, empties his savings account and goes outside. He begins handing out $1 bills to passers-by in exchange for 75 cents in return. Someone asks him why. "It beats farming," he replies. That quip is just one of many in "Stories from Montevideo, MN" -- a play that culls conversations with residents of the western Minnesota town to paint a picture of the joys and hardships of rural living and farming...
Nation briefs 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Waco survivors continue to pursue lawsuit claims NEW ORLEANS --Nearly 10 years after the fire that ended the Waco, Texas, standoff and killed Branch Davidian cult leader David Koresh and scores of his disciples, survivors and their families are still pushing claims against the federal government...
Investigators weighing chance ice formed on shuttle vents (02/10/03)
SPACE CENTER, Houston -- Investigators are searching for evidence that a block of ice big enough to damage Columbia's wing may have formed on a waste water vent, a problem that plagued an earlier shuttle flight. They also are looking closely at what may be two key pieces of Columbia debris -- a 2-foot piece of one wing, including an attached chunk of thermal tiles, and a 300-pound cover of a landing gear compartment, possibly the site of a sudden temperature rise moments before the shuttle broke apart.. ...
Columbia astronauts had no special life insurance (02/10/03)
NEW YORK -- The Americans who died aboard space shuttle Columbia were eligible for the standard life insurance offered to military personnel and federal employees, but NASA carried no special coverage specifically for astronauts, officials say. "There is a limit on what type of benefits the federal government provides," said NASA spokeswoman Eileen Hawley...
Colorado proposal would recognize pets as companions (02/10/03)
DENVER -- Several Colorado lawmakers are supporting legislation to elevate the status of cats and dogs from property to companions. The measure would allow people in Colorado to sue veterinarians and animal abusers and seek damages for "loss of companionship," up to $100,000...
Muslim charity director faces trial in terror funding case (02/10/03)
CHICAGO -- Enaam Arnaout says his charity raised millions of dollars to help widows, orphans and the poor in Muslim lands ravaged by war and famine. Prosecutors say he duped well-meaning U.S. Muslims into giving to a charity that was secretly used to support Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network and other violent groups...
Bush - U.N. faces 'moment of truth' (02/10/03)
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- President Bush said Sunday that Iraq has fooled the world for more than a decade about its banned weapons and the United Nations now faces "a moment of truth" in disarming Saddam Hussein. "It is clear that not only is Saddam Hussein deceiving, it is clear he's not disarming. ...
Poultry industry struggling with Russian trade and bird disease (02/10/03)
WASHINGTON -- As the U.S. poultry industry struggles to stabilize trade relations with Russia, it faces new troubles from a bird disease spreading eastward from California. The problems are "hitting us from every direction right now," said Jim Sumner, president of the USA Poultry and Egg Export Council...
People talk 2/10/03 (02/10/03)
Convention shows fans still keen on Xena PASADENA, Calif. -- Her television adventures may be over, but "Xena: Warrior Princess" still attracts a crowd. A talk by the princess warrior herself, actress Lucy Lawless, was the highlight of the annual Xena Convention, which ended Sunday and was expected to draw 5,000 over three days. The TV show's final episode aired two years ago after six seasons...
Iraqi scientist - Germ programs were justified (02/10/03)
LONDON -- A scientist believed to have played a leading role in Iraq's biological weapons program said in an interview broadcast Sunday her country was justified in producing germ weapons in the 1980s and 1990s to defend itself. Rihab Taha also said she helped compile the biological section of Iraq's recent weapons declaration and described it as honest and transparent...
Chavez vows to send Venezuela's striking oil workers to prison (02/10/03)
CARACAS, Venezuela -- President Hugo Chavez threatened Sunday to jail the thousands of oil workers fired for leading a two-month strike against him. "Fired is nothing! Many of them should go to prison for sabotaging the Venezuelan economy," Chavez said of the more than 9,000 workers dismissed from the state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela S.A...
World briefs 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Israel offers phased truce to Palestinians JERUSALEM -- Israel has offered the Palestinians a gradual cease-fire, a senior government official said, while suggesting that efforts to remove Yasser Arafat as Palestinian leader will intensify after the U.S.-Iraq conflict is resolved...
Chief inspectors reflect on inspections so far (02/10/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- What if war comes to Iraq, Hans Blix asked, and after all the death and destruction American troops found few banned weapons here? "It would be paradoxical," the Swedish disarmament specialist said. A war also would come at a cost of upheaval in an unstable region that can little afford it, added his Egyptian partner, Mohamed ElBaradei...
Thousands of Colombians gather to protest deadly car bomb (02/10/03)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Poor and unemployed Colombians marched alongside the nation's wealthy Sunday to protest last week's car bomb attack that killed 32 people in an exclusive club. Wearing white T-shirts and chanting "life is sacred," thousands of capital residents said they were tired of escalating violence and called on the government and rebel groups to start talking...
Pope sends envoy to Baghdad to try to ease Iraq crisis (02/10/03)
VATICAN CITY -- Pope John Paul II will send a special envoy to Iraq to emphasize his appeal for peace and to encourage Iraqi authorities to cooperate with the United Nations, the Vatican announced Sunday. Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, emeritus president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, will leave Rome today for Baghdad, accompanied by a counselor, Monsignor Franco Coppola...
Pilgrimage to Mecca provided cover for bin Laden's relatives (02/10/03)
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Increased U.S. fears of terror attacks may not be unfounded. The Hajj, the huge annual Muslim pilgrimage to Islam's holy city of Mecca, can provide cover for militant organizations attempting to secretly place operatives around the globe to stage attacks...
U.N. inspectors want more time (02/10/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The U.N. chief weapons inspectors emerged from key talks with Iraq officials Sunday, saying they saw signs of a "change of heart" from Baghdad over disarmament demands and that further U.N. inspections were preferable to a quick U.S.-led military strike...
Otahkians looking to rebound (02/10/03)
After having their three-game winning streak snapped Saturday, Southeast Missouri State University's women will attempt to bounce back tonight when Morehead State visits the Show Me Center. The Otahkians, 13-7 overall, are in third place in the Ohio Valley Conference with a 7-3 record following Saturday's 81-75 loss to visiting Eastern Kentucky, which moved into second place. Southeast trails the Colonels by one-half game...
Croatia bounces U.S. from Davis Cup (02/10/03)
ZAGREB, Croatia -- A Croatian fan sitting courtside waved a sign as James Blake was about to serve: "You can't beat without Pete." The United States certainly didn't have Pete Sampras on Sunday when it was eliminated by Croatia in the first round of the Davis Cup...
Rain the winner in Daytona qualifying (02/10/03)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't get the chance to give his Winston Cup competitors another reason to consider him the favorite in the Daytona 500. Rain forced the postponement of Sunday's pole qualifying for the Feb. 16 race one day...
Jordan almost a hero in farewell (02/10/03)
ATLANTA -- On a night for Michael Jordan, all he was missing was the game-winning shot. Jordan said goodbye to the All-Star game with his eyes teary and his game a bit blemished as the West beat the East 155-145 in double overtime Sunday night. A last-minute starter after Vince Carter relinquished his spot, Jordan had a poor start, a bad finish and then a good one. ...
Tigers pull inside job on Texas Tech (02/10/03)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Victory No. 801 will have to wait for Bob Knight. Arthur Johnson had 23 points and 13 rebounds as No. 21 Missouri, dominating inside, denied the legendary coach an encore triumph in an 82-73 victory over Texas Tech on Sunday. "Our objective was to keep the game in a position where we'd have a chance to win it," Knight said. "That seems kind of ridiculous to say. Doesn't everybody do that? But we wanted to."...
Love holds off Lehman for Pebble Beach win (02/10/03)
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Davis Love III was right: Staying ahead is even tougher than coming from behind at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Fortunately for Love, he's capable of doing both. Love surrendered a three-stroke lead over Tom Lehman with six holes to play on Sunday, but made a short birdie putt on the 18th hole for a one-stroke victory -- his first win since his first Pebble Beach triumph in 2001...
Cafe Mane -- not Main -- Street coming to Jackson (02/10/03)
Even though Christo and Terri Chriss are about to open a new restaurant in Jackson called Cafe Mane Street, the first thing Terri wanted to talk about is the terrifically ancient building it's going to be in. "It's a wonderfully historic building," Terri said. "It's been around 100 years, and we'll be the fifth tenants ever. We're lucky to be there."...
Oscar contenders for 2003 much like last year's (02/10/03)
LOS ANGELES -- The Academy Awards race looks like a rematch of 2002's Oscar season. Last year's best-picture contenders included the musical "Moulin Rouge," the sword-and-sorcery adventure "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring," the revenge story "In the Bedroom" and eventual winner "A Beautiful Mind," a film biography of schizophrenic mathematician John Nash...
Candle factory owners wax on about hot items (02/10/03)
PAUL DAVIS * Daily American Republic Dr. Michael Stevenson, the Butler County Health Department's medical consultant, received a smallpox vaccination Friday from Cheri Huckstep-Reed, a nurse practitioner with Cape Girardeau County's Public Health Center. On Tuesday, the Southeast Missourian will check in with Cape Girardeau public health workers who also received vaccinations that day.By Scott Moyers ~ Southeast Missourian...
Cable industry faces chicken, egg dilemma with video on demand (02/10/03)
NEW YORK -- Fed up with driving to the video store in the cold of winter, Beverly Boyarsky thought she had found the perfect solution: video on demand. For about $80 a month, the Huntington Station, N.Y., woman could order movies and premium programming over digital cable. She figured she'd be able to watch whatever she wanted, whenever she wanted...
Markets show signs of strength for past year (02/10/03)
NEW YORK -- The flip-flops in stock prices this year make Wall Street look like a market in turmoil. But a step back from the daily gyrations shows that stocks actually have been holding their own in a wide trading range that extends back to last summer...
People on the move 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Southeast prof elected Psi Chi president Dr. Martha Zlokovich, professor of psychology at Southeast Missouri State University, has been elected national president of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology. Zlokovich was installed into the office of president-elect during the American Psychological Association Convention in Chicago in August. She will serve successive one-year terms as president-elect, president and past-president of the honor society...
Business memo 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Arrowhead president sells share in company Phil Penzel, president of Arrowhead Steel Inc. in Scott City, has announced that his ownership interest in Arrowhead has been acquired by local businessmen Larry Payne and Steve Obermann...
Nolen Aldridge (02/10/03)
COBDEN, Ill. -- Noel Dale Aldridge, 78, of Anna, Ill., formerly of Cobden died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at his residence. Arrangements are pending with Lutz & Rendleman Funeral Home in Cobden.
Nolen Aldridge (02/10/03)
ANNA, Ill. -- Nolen "Dale" Aldridge, 78, of Anna, formerly of Cobden, died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at his residence. He was born Dec. 5, 1924, in Cobden, Ill., son of Jesse and Edna Sheppard Aldridge. He and Rose Marie Piipke were married Dec. 8, 1984, in Cobden...
Otto Schlichting (02/10/03)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Otto J. Schlichting, 87, of Wittenberg, Mo., died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2003, at the Monticello Home in Jackson. He was born Feb. 2, 1916, in Farrar, Mo., son of Martin and Laura Fiehler Schlichting. He and Martha Werner were married Nov. 26, 1949, in St. Louis. She died June 23, 2002...
Michael Kies (02/10/03)
Michael B. Kies, 52, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at his residence. He was born Jan. 26, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, son of David J. and Vergie M. Eakins Kies. He and Gloria Jean Langston were married June 28, 1986, in Jackson. He was of the Methodist faith and was a member of Elks Lodge 639 and Eagles Aerie 3775 in Cape Girardeau. ...
Roxie Stone (02/10/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Roxie M. Emerson Stone, 60, of Sikeston died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2003, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston. She was born July 8, 1942, in Morley, Mo., daughter of John Mac and Ossie Mae Pratt Emerson. She had been a waitress at Ramada Inn in Sikeston and was a member of Murray Lane Baptist Church...
Keith Anderson (02/10/03)
Keith Thomas Anderson, 23, of Scott City died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City.
Willa Link (02/10/03)
DEXTER, Mo. -- Willa Dean Link, 80, of Bloomfield, Mo., died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2003, at her residence. She was born Feb. 14, 1922, in Bloomfield, daughter of Robert and Mary Henson McDowell. Survivors include a son, Marvin Link of Advance, Mo.; a brother, Paul McDowell of Galion, Ohio; two sisters, Delphia Ivy of Mt. Vernon, Ill., and Clorine Glass of Dexter; and a granddaughter...
Lillian Hartline (02/10/03)
ANNA, Ill. -- Lillian C. Hartline, 92, of Anna died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at the City Care Center in Anna. Arrangements are incomplete at Lutz & Rendleman Funeral Home in Anna.
William Early (02/10/03)
CAIRO, Ill. -- William Jack Early, formerly of East Cape Girardeau, Ill., died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at Methodist Medical Center in Peoria, Ill. Arrangements are incomplete at Barkett Funeral Home in Cairo.
Rex Lewis (02/10/03)
Rex Lewis, 84, of Jackson died Saturday, Feb. 8, 2003, at his residence. Arrangements are pending with Cracraft-Miller Funeral Home in Jackson.
Amy Steck (02/10/03)
Amy Nell Steck, 83, died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson.
Two injured in one-vehicle accident (02/10/03)
A Delta woman and boy received injuries in a one-vehicle accident Saturday on Highway 25 in Cape Girardeau County. Rockie King, 36, of Delta was southbound in a 1998 Chevrolet six miles north of Delta when he lost control of the vehicle on an icy patch, ran off the road and overturned...
Cape/Jackson fire reports 2/10/03 (02/10/03)
Cape Girardeau Monday, Feb. 10 Firefighters responded to the following call Saturday: At 9:21 p.m., an extrication at the intersection of highways 25 and 77. Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday: At 1:49 a.m., an emergency medical service at 1927 N. Kingshighway...
Cape police report 2/10/03 (02/10/03)
Cape Girardeau Monday, Feb. 10 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs A person was placed in custody Friday pending formal charges of driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended and improper registration...
Out of the past 2/10/03 (02/10/03)
10 years ago: Feb. 10, 1993 Southeast Missouri State University went high-tech four years ago with installation of $4.7 million boiler designed to burn high-sulfur coal; but plagued by repeated operational problems, it has been used only sparingly since then; now, however, boiler is back in operation -- but burning low-sulfur coal, rather than high-sulfur variety which would reduce sulfur dioxide emissions...
Cape begins education process on tax issues (02/10/03)
Cape Girardeau's mayor, Jay Knudtson, and city manager, Mike Miller, took their tax show on the road officially for the first time Friday, presenting a PowerPoint-assisted program on what four separate tax issues would do for the community. The audience was the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce, and the event was First Friday Coffee...
Jackson students learning about business (02/10/03)
Local school districts are making their mark with innovative programs that make their students among the highest-achieving students in the state. Most recently we heard from Jackson School District, which is combining elementary school students' fascination with teenagers' creativity...
Speak Out A 02/10/03 (02/10/03)
Dog assistance TO THE thoughtful lady who picked up my dog on West Cape Rock Drive and took her to Dogwood Veterinarian Hospital, thank you from the bottom of my heart. My dogs are my companions. Bless you. Trust isn't there COUNCILMAN JAY Purcell was quoted in the Southeast Missourian as saying, "The water park and stormwater projects are keys to winning the approval of the tax measures." I couldn't disagree more regarding the water park. ...
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