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Stories from Monday, April 14, 2003

Area churches mark beginning of Holy Week (04/14/03)
Waving palms as they entered the sanctuary, an action reminiscent of the triumphant entry Jesus received in Jerusalem a week before his death, many area Christians celebrated the beginning of Holy Week on Sunday. At Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Jackson, parishioners received an African palm cross when they entered the church for Mass. ...
Brothers harvest timber the old-fashioned way (04/14/03)
ELLIS PRAIRIE, Mo. -- When Larry and Roger Hayes harvest Ozarks timber, their work begins with the angry snarl of a chain saw as trees are felled, and finishes with the weary groan of a hydraulic lift loading logs onto a truck. But in between, the only sounds heard as the brothers toil in the forests of Texas County are instructions spoken gently by Larry to two helpers...
Scientists find rice gene that's linked to yields (04/14/03)
Chinese scientists have discovered a gene that regulates the branching and height of rice plants, hinting at a way to boost yields of a crop that feeds more than half the world's population. The researchers showed that inserting extra copies of the gene into rice plants increased the number of seed-bearing sprouts called tillers, although they did not grow those plants to harvest...
St. Louis man injured in accident (04/14/03)
A St. Louis man was seriously injured in an accident Sunday afternoon north of Marble Hill, Mo. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Steven Medvik, 57, of St. Louis was injured when his truck ran off the right side of the road, crossed the highway and struck a truck driven by April Sample, 33, of Perryville, Mo., and ran off the road before overturning...
Community cuisine 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
Chicken and dumpling dinner to be held in Delta The Church of God of Prophecy will hold an all-you- can-eat chicken and dumpling dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 25 at the Community Center in Delta. Children under 5 eat free. Carry-outs are welcome...
Community Q&A 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
  • Name: John M. Thompson Lives in: Jackson Family: My wife is Teresa L. (Hilton) Thompson, sons Kyle M. Thompson and Kody N. Thompson, and a daughter, Kaci L. Thompson. Job: Community bank president. The Bank of Missouri, Jackson...
  • Relay For Life team captains to meet (04/14/03)
    Teams for Cape Girardeau County's Relay For Life can be registered by calling the American Cancer Society at 334-9197 or by attending the team captain meeting at 6:30 p.m. today at the Holiday Inn's Mount Auburn Room. Relay For Life is an overnight event that mobilizes communities throughout the country to celebrate survivors, remember loved ones, and raise money for the fight against cancer...
    Community briefs 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Business After Hours to be held Tuesday The Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will be at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the First National Bank. There is a charge for nonmembers. Jackson chamber closing for Good Friday The Jackson Chamber of Commerce will be closed April 18 for Good Friday...
    Area volunteers to help Jamaicans (04/14/03)
    When the 39 volunteers from Southeast Missouri arrive in Carron Hall, Jamaica, next week, 3,000 pounds of supplies and hundreds of patients will be waiting. The volunteers represent 15 congregations in the area and include nurses, respiratory therapists, a pediatrician, optometry students, a dentists and dozens of others willing to give up a week's vacation to help people in need...
    Jackson backs off legal action against church (04/14/03)
    A Jackson church is working "almost daily" on trying to comply with city zoning standards and avoid legal action, its pastor says. A lot of equipment has already been moved out of the shed in the back of the Good News Christian Center, said Johnny Seabaugh, pastor of the church. The shed houses a tractor-trailer refrigeration unit warehouse, which is in violation of the church's commercial zoning...
    Farmers hope to cash in on nightcrawlers (04/14/03)
    LEROY, Kan. -- D. J. Donelson is a wrangler, of sorts. Each day, like any good wrangler, he checks his livestock to make certain they have enough feed, water and air. It's a big herd, more than half a million strong. Well, it's not exactly a herd. It's called a wiggle...
    Cafe event to mark Bard's birthday (04/14/03)
    More than four centuries after his birth in April 1564, William Shakespeare is as relevant as ever, from the regime change in "Macbeth" to the "Romeo and Juliet" story inside Notre Dame High School's recent production of "West Side Story." Some of his phrases -- all's well that ends well, for instance -- have become part of the vernacular...
    Some worship opportunities during Holy Week (04/14/03)
  • First Christian Church will hold breakfast devotions at 7 a.m. today through Friday. MAUNDY THURSDAY
  • Service at 7 p.m. at First Christian Church in Cape Girardeau. Service at 7 p.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Chapel in Cape Girardeau, with Communion...
  • Blagojevich says state budget won't hurt taxpayers (04/14/03)
    CHICAGO -- Gov. Rod Blagojevich defended his new budget Sunday to a group that needed no convincing. Speaking to a packed Salem Baptist Church -- the same place he visited his first Sunday in office -- Blagojevich received a hero's welcome as he reiterated his pledge not to balance the budget on the backs of the poor, the elderly and working people...
    Senate panel to decide on budget this week (04/14/03)
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- What do you do when your budget is $700 million out of balance? Do you cut spending so that you don't need the money? Or do you ask for more money so that you can maintain your operations? That is the quandary facing the Missouri Legislature as it tries to fix the state's budget shortfall...
    Hannibal commission recommends naming airfield for Lear (04/14/03)
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Hannibal, best known as the boyhood home of author Mark Twain, wants to honor another native son, aviation pioneer William P. Lear, by naming its airfield for him. The city's Airport Commission recommended this week that the airfield at Hannibal Municipal Airport be named for the man who invented the Learjet, the first low-cost, mass-produced business jet aircraft. The city council will take up the recommendation on Tuesday...
    Northwest regents OK moving ahead on merger talks (04/14/03)
    MARYVILLE, Mo. -- The governing board of Northwest Missouri State University endorsed Sunday moving ahead with legislation merging the institution into the University of Missouri system. With about one month left in the legislative session, Northwest's board of regents authorized president Dean Hubbard to coordinate lobbying efforts with the University of Missouri and to "negotiate the terms and conditions for an orderly transfer and transition agreement."...
    Big Eddy archaeologists dig for funds to keep going (04/14/03)
    STOCKTON, Mo. -- Archaeologists trying to save the ancient treasures at the Big Eddy dig site have always had a looming foe in the rising Sac River, but now a lack of funding stands in their way as well. The researchers have received $200,000 each of the past two years from the Army Corps of Engineers, but the money will not come this year...
    Bush administration accuses Syria of harboring Iraqi leaders (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- President Bush warned Syria on Sunday not to harbor Iraqi leaders and charged that Damascus has chemical weapons, but was careful not to threaten military action. "They just need to cooperate," Bush said. Bush sought to strike the kind of measured tone he has used when discussing the North Korea crisis...
    Coalition holding top Iraqis, including Saddam's half brother (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- Several top officials of Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq, including the president's half brother and a former science adviser, have been captured by allied forces. The Iraqis are being interrogated about Iraq's suspected chemical, biological and nuclear weapons programs, U.S. officials said Sunday. They also are being pressed for details on where Saddam is, if he is alive, as well as the whereabouts of other former Iraqi leaders...
    World digest 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Five more SARS deaths reported in Hong Kong HONG KONG -- Five more patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome have died in Hong Kong, including four who had been in good health before falling ill and failed to respond to treatment that has worked for others, health officials said Sunday...
    Joy, tears and relief for families of seven rescued U.S. POWs (04/14/03)
    Their long weeks of waiting over, their prayers finally answered, families of seven captured U.S. soldiers laughed and cried with unbridled joy Sunday as they celebrated word that their loved ones had been released in Iraq. "Greatest day of my life," Ronald Young Sr. beamed as he and his wife, Kaye, watched a choppy CNN video of their son, helicopter pilot Ronald Jr., running to an aircraft that whisked the rescued prisoners of war out of danger after 22 days in captivity...
    Police increasingly won't answer home-security siren sounds (04/14/03)
    LOS ANGELES -- Worried about a rash of break-ins in her low-income neighborhood, Jacquie Simms and her husband took what seemed to be the logical step: installing a home burglar alarm. She knew neighbors ignored the blaring sirens, assuming they were false, but she slept better knowing police were paying attention...
    IRS numbers gaining popularity for other uses among immigrants (04/14/03)
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Ernesto Cuellar filed his taxes this year not just to report what he made from his $9-an-hour job as a house painter, but also, he hopes, to speed his path to becoming a legal resident of the United States. Cuellar submitted his federal return using an increasingly popular tax number issued by the Internal Revenue Service to people who can't get Social Security numbers. Many, like Cuellar, are undocumented immigrants, causing concern among critics of U.S. immigration policy...
    Nation briefs 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Bouncer stabbed in brawl over NYC smoking ban NEW YORK -- A bouncer at a Manhattan nightclub died Sunday after he was stabbed in a brawl that police said began when he tried to enforce the city's new ban on smoking in bars and restaurants. Dana Blake, 32, died about 11 hours after the late-night fight in an East Village nightclub...
    People 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Prison time benefits baseball's Strawberry NEW YORK -- Former baseball star Darryl Strawberry, who was released from prison last week, says serving time made all the difference in his battle with substance abuse. "Being incarcerated is a whole different world compared to being free," he told the New York Post. "When you ride up to the prison and you know you're going behind the gate, it's a whole different feeling inside."...
    Vanguard switching benchmarks on funds (04/14/03)
    NEW YORK -- Vanguard Group has decided to revamp seven of its popular index funds, aligning them with indexes operated by Morgan Stanley Capital International in a move designed to cut costs and improve returns. The funds will be switched by the end of September, six of them abandoning indexes compiled by Standard & Poor's and one moving from an index run by Frank Russell Co...
    Fire kills five in student-occupied house near Ohio State (04/14/03)
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A suspicious fire broke out in a three-story house early Sunday as a college student's 21st birthday party was breaking up, killing five people and injuring three, authorities said. One of the injured, a 20-year-old man, was in critical condition with burns and smoke inhalation, officials said...
    Demonstrations against lending agency are peaceful (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- Hundreds of activists peacefully demonstrated Sunday against alleged abuses of large American corporations and international lending agencies, saying their policies are harmful to poor people in Latin America and elsewhere. The protest, aimed especially against the World Bank and the 184-nation International Monetary Fund, was much smaller than similar ones in recent years and were without the violent clashes with police that have marked other such protests...
    New rules will prohibit disclosure of patient's medical info (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- File cabinets with medical records are being locked. Callers to hospitals are getting little, if any, information about sick friends and relatives. Pharmacy customers are being kept back from the desk so pharmacists can privately discuss medication with other patients...
    Rescued POW Lynch probably will be hospitalized a week (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- As rescued prisoner of war Jessica Lynch spent her first full day back in the United States recovering from her injuries, she rejoiced over news that seven other U.S. POWs -- including five captured with her -- were found alive Sunday in Iraq...
    U.S. investigators may determine fate of Saddam through DNA (04/14/03)
    WASHINGTON -- Gen. Tommy Franks disclosed Sunday that American authorities have DNA from Saddam Hussein and his sons, raising hopes that forensic experts can determine whether the Iraqi president was killed in U.S. strikes on government compounds. Saddam's fate remains a maddening mystery, even though his government collapsed last week. ...
    'Anger Management' bullies its way to $44.5 million debut (04/14/03)
    LOS ANGELES -- "Anger Management" bullied its way to the No. 1 spot with a whopping $44.5 million box office in its debut weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. The Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson comedy revived the box office after four straight slumping weekends as the top 12 movies took in $86.9 million, up 6 percent from the same weekend last year...
    Palestinian leader picks reformers for new Cabinet (04/14/03)
    JERUSALEM -- The new Palestinian prime minister named a Cabinet on Sunday in line with a leadership overhaul the United States sought, keeping a key security job for himself and appointing several professionals and reformers. But obstacles arose late Sunday as Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Fatah group postponed a meeting to approve the panel, indicating Arafat's displeasure, and three demoted ministers were reportedly refusing to join the new team...
    Seven POWs freed (04/14/03)
    U.S. forces met sporadic resistance Sunday in their move on Tikrit, birthplace of Saddam Hussein, after spiriting to safety seven missing American soldiers who had been shuttled from one Iraqi jail to another to keep ahead of advancing troops. Deliverance came as the prisoners' hopes of rescue were dwindling after three weeks of captivity. ...
    Pope leads Palm Sunday Mass with eye on conflict in Iraq (04/14/03)
    VATICAN CITY -- Pope John Paul II celebrated Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square before tens of thousands of young people, urging "brotherly solidarity" with their peers suffering during the conflicts in Iraq, the Holy Land and elsewhere in the world...
    Squatters gamble against collapse of quake-damaged buildings (04/14/03)
    MEXICO CITY -- Silvia Perez knows that at any moment her apartment building, damaged in a devastating 1985 earthquake, could collapse in a heap of crushed cement and twisted steel. But she and her family stay anyway. It's the only place they can afford...
    Deaths reported in Nigerian election (04/14/03)
    LAGOS, Nigeria -- Fighting between tribal and political rivals disrupted legislative elections in Nigeria's oil-producing south for a second day Sunday. At least two dozen people were killed in the voting and hundreds forced to flee their homes, witnesses and election monitors said...
    Indians drop second straight as EKU rallies (04/14/03)
    RICHMOND, Ky. -- Early Saturday afternoon, Southeast Missouri State University's baseball team was putting the finishing touches on its school-record 14th straight victory. By Sunday afternoon, the Indians were saddled with a two-game losing streak...
    Women's track team shines (04/14/03)
    Heather Jenkins, Courtney Haman and Rose Fulton all won two events to lead Southeast Missouri State University's women's track and field team to the title at Saturday's Mississippi State Invitational. The Otahkians tallied 212 points to win over favored Mississippi State (175.5). Alabama-Birmingham (114.5) and Alabama-Huntsville (59) rounded out the field...
    Advice pays off for Weir (04/14/03)
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- He was a kid and the greatest golfer of all time wrote back and told him not to change a thing. It might be the best advice Mike Weir ever got. He thought he had one strike against him because he was a Canadian and no Canadian had ever won a major. ...
    Gordon nabs first victory this year (04/14/03)
    MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Jeff Gordon nudged Bobby Labonte aside on the 487th lap Sunday, ending a long stretch of nose-to-tail frustration to win the Virginia 500. Gordon had been dueling Labonte since they broke free on a restart with 48 laps to go, but Labonte blocked his efforts to pass on both the inside and outside before Gordon finally moved him out of the way...
    Royals finally suffer first loss (04/14/03)
    CLEVELAND -- The Kansas City Royals want to remember their winning streak -- and vow not to forget Ricardo Rodriguez. The Royals lost for the first time this season, ending baseball's best start in 13 years as Rodriguez pitched the Cleveland Indians to a 6-1 win Sunday and strained some relations along the way with a handful of flamboyant gestures...
    MacInnis is ailing entering Game 3 (04/14/03)
    ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues said Sunday that captain Al MacInnis has an "upper body injury" that makes his playing status for Game 3 of the first-round playoff series with the Vancouver Canucks unclear. MacInnis, who missed just one game during the season due to injury, sustained his injury Saturday night when he was bumped into the boards by Vancouver's 245-pound forward Todd Bertuzzi during the Canucks' 2-1 home victory, which tied the series at one game apiece...
    Oh Canada! Weir takes green jacket (04/14/03)
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Lefty finally won a major. Just not the guy anyone expected. Mike Weir didn't rely on power and flair. This mini Maple Leaf is about tenacity and resiliency, two traits he leaned on Sunday to win the Masters after the first sudden-death playoff in 13 years...
    Renteria leads big comeback (04/14/03)
    HOUSTON -- Edgar Renteria made sure Roy Oswalt remained winless against the St. Louis Cardinals. Renteria homered twice and matched a career high with five RBIs as St. Louis roughed up Oswalt and rallied past the Houston Astros 11-8 Sunday. The Cardinals trailed 5-1 after three innings and 6-4 after six...
    The Burk finally stops here (04/14/03)
    Was it just me or did Martha Burk's protests at the Masters this weekend look like Woodstock? The only thing missing was the bands, because there were definitely plenty of hippies in a mosh pit. Burk called her 5.1 acre lot located one-half mile from the front gates of Augusta National Golf Club "the pit." It was designated "the safest place" for her to legally picket and protest the private club's all-male membership policy...
    FanFare 4/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Briefly Baseball
  • Umpire Jerry Layne left a Boston hospital to be checked out by baseball's doctors on Sunday, a day after he was hit in the facemask by a pitch from Pedro Martinez. Layne was diagnosed with a cervical sprain. He was hospitalized overnight before flying to Arizona for further examination, Red Sox spokesman Kevin Shea said...
  • Our House bar taking over Indigo spot (04/14/03)
    A new downtown bar called Our House will be opening within the next month in the spot formerly occupied by the Indigo at 2 N. Main. The business is owned by Al McCain, who recently sold Mac's Tavern to start this bar. He told me last week he's been busy doing a lot of cleaning and decorating, and that the bar could open as early as three weeks from now...
    Cable news networks already begin thinking of postwar era (04/14/03)
    NEW YORK -- Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC have eagerly fed a public hungry for war news, 24 hours a day. What happens when that hunger subsides? Cable news networks face the same question whenever a big news story runs its course. Their audiences will get smaller -- that's the safest bet in town -- but each has reasons for optimism looking ahead...
    Business memo 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Miracle-Ear Centers now in Platinum Club Miracle-Ear Centers has been named a member of the Platinum Club by the Miracle-Ear home office. This marks the second consecutive year the franchise owned by Ken and Lisa Swinford and Joyce Hill-Cooley has received the award...
    Solar cells cheaper, growing in efficiency (04/14/03)
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Every minute, the sun bombards Earth with enough energy to supply its power needs for a year. Yet only two one-hundredths of a percent of all the electricity fed into the U.S. grid originates from sunlight. The world still largely relies on diminishing supplies of environmentally unfriendly and politically destabilizing fossil fuels. Despite decades of research, it's still cheaper to burn coal than get power from the sun...
    The art of imitating life (04/14/03)
    Mike Kahle says his is the business of creating illusions, a job that is equal parts art and natural history, taking only the idea of something and making it appear animated and alive. It's the world of Kahle Studios, where Kahle and his two employees make natural history animals from things like epoxy, silicone and fiberglass, primarily for museums and other historical organizations...
    Boomers good at saving, but not good enough (04/14/03)
    NEW YORK -- Retirement is starting to loom for the oldest of the baby boom generation, but few of them are prepared for the financial perils of old age, experts say. The baby boomers are not bad savers, as generations go -- in fact, they're somewhat better than their parents, according to the AARP. However, they need to be even better, because unlike their parents, most don't have pension plans of the old-fashioned kind, where employers save for them...
    People on the move 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Green, Glueck join Regis Hair Salon Jeff Green, formerly of Cape Girardeau, is now back at Regis Hair Salon. With 20 years of experience, he specializes in color, cuts and perms. Angie Glueck has also returned to Regis as manager and stylist. She has eight years of experience and specializes in color, cuts and perms...
    Allen Kidd (04/14/03)
    Allen Kidd, 65, of Whitewater died Sunday, April 13, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee, Mo.
    Jesse Gorham (04/14/03)
    Jesse L. Gorham, 73, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, April 12, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Oct. 13, 1929, at Greencastle, Ind., son of Jesse L. Gorham Sr. and Erma L. Jones Gorham. He and Mary L. Dyer were married Aug. 29, 1952, at Paris, Ill...
    Aubrey Mays (04/14/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Aubrey Dean "Dick" Mays, 81, of Sikeston died Saturday, April 12, 2003, as a result of an automobile accident near Puxico, Mo. He was born Dec. 16, 1921, in Hagerville, Ark., son of Joe and Robbie Hutchins Mays. He and Emogean Bell were married Nov. 3, 1947, at Marston, Mo...
    Rev. Odell Cook (04/14/03)
    The Rev. Odell Cook, 87, of Jackson died Sunday, April 13, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Jan. 26, 1916, in Mayfield, Mo., son of Hunter E. and Barbara James Cook. He and Birtie Garland were married Sept. 15, 1935...
    Roy Drum (04/14/03)
    MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Roy Gorden Drum, 49, of Fenton, Mo., formerly of Marble Hill, died Saturday, April 12, 2003, at St. Anthony Medical Center in St. Louis. He was born July 20, 1953, at Cape Girardeau, son of Robert E. and Maye Parks Drum. He had served in the U.S. Army...
    Dorothy Bayer (04/14/03)
    Dorothy M. Bayer, 81, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, April 13, 2003, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
    Birth 4/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Bomar Son to Scott and Allison Bomar of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 11:33 p.m. Tuesday, April 8, 2003. Name, Dylan Scott. Weight, 6 pounds 14 ounces. Mrs. Bomar is the former Allison Wiedefeld, daughter of John and Phyllis Wiedefeld of Cape Girardeau. She is employed at Union Planters Bank. Bomar is the son of Gary and Jeanine Bomar of Fruitland. He is employed by Dutch Enterprises...
    Cape fire report 4/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Cape Girardeau Monday, April 14 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summons Dustin Lee Kollars, 20, of 105 N. Clark St., was issued a summons Sunday on suspicion of hindering prosecution...
    Cape/Jackson fire reports 4/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Cape Girardeau Monday, April 14 Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday: At 5:58 p.m., a fire alarm sounding at 630 N. Henderson. At 7:08 p.m., smoke in the building at 629 S. Pacific.Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday:...
    Out of the past 4/14/03 (04/14/03)
    10 years ago: April 14, 1993 U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh has sided with former owners of Kem-Pest Laboratories in dispute with Environmental Protection Agency over cleanup of Kem-Pest Superfund site; Limbaugh Monday issued order to enforce consent decree reached in 1991 by EPA and family of Charles Knote, who owned Kem-Pest; family had contended that amendment to EPA's cleanup plan for site violated consent decree...
    Everyone talks about devolution, but ... (04/14/03)
    KENNETT, Mo. -- In case you're wondering how the title of this column comes out, I'll spell it out completely: Everybody talks about needed devolution but no one does anything about it. Devolution is not some sinister trick that's been written into the U.S. ...
    In Cape, a week of turning trash to treasure (04/14/03)
    Starting today and ending Friday, the city of Cape Girardeau provides one of the best services for its residents all year: Spring Cleanup. To give an idea of the magnitude of this weeklong project, city crews hauled away more than 970 tons of trash during last year's cleanup, or 854 tons more than in an average week of trash collection. The haul included nearly 800 tons of refuse, 89 tons of discarded appliances and 88 tons of brush, limbs and yard waste...
    MAP scores mean more if tied to grades (04/14/03)
    There was much rejoicing in 202 of the 524 school districts whose students took the Missouri Assessment Program test last spring. In those 202 districts, there were schools that showed considerable improvement in the percentage of students scoring in the proficient or advanced levels in math, communication arts, social studies and science. ...
    Speak Out A 04/14/03 (04/14/03)
    Process was tainted THE PROCESS for selection of chief of police of Jackson has left many very disappointed. It is apparent that the process was predetermined. It is a great disappointment that officials in Jackson would not consider other very highly qualified candidates...
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