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Stories from Thursday, August 7, 2003

The American Red Cross elects officers at 86th annual meeting (08/07/03)
CHRIS PAGANO * cpagano@semissourian.com The local American Red Cross elected new officers at its July 31 annual meeting. Seated, from left, were Mary Burton, executive director; Donna Denson, vice chairman; Allen Phillips, secretary; and Nancy Browne, past chairman. ...
Community digest 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
Jackson High School alumni extend reunion The Jackson High School alumni reunion of Aug. 15 for 1926 to 1956 classes will continue sharing memories at noon Aug. 16 at Jackson City Park shelter No. 6. The shelter is up the hill from the park entrance on North High and Park Streets. Bring your own refreshments for an extended reunion...
Area Wide United Way sponsors tour of agencies (08/07/03)
Executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Girardeau NaTika Rowes, inspired volunteers surrounding her on an Area Wide United Way tour of the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Girardeau. The club offers hope and oppportunity for young people by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.Southeast Missourian...
Community Q&A 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
  • Name: Shelly Moore Lives in: Cape Girardeau Family: Stafford Moore Sr., Stafford Moore Jr. and Octavius Moore. Job: Executive assistant at the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Girardeau...
  • Region briefs 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    Perryville felon pleads to illegally possessing guns A Perryville, Mo., man pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to one count of being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Shawn Galeski, 26, also agreed to forfeit seven guns. He appeared before U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey in Cape Girardeau...
    Fragment plays bluegrass from the heart (08/07/03)
    If there was any doubt whether the Czech band Fragment really can play bluegrass it was wiped away Wednesday night, just like the tears lead singer Jana Dolakova pretended not to dab from her eyes at the end of her haunting reading of the traditional "Wayfaring Stranger."...
    Tax relief for tornado costs Jackson schools (08/07/03)
    The Jackson School District, already forced to eliminate 17 teaching positions through attrition, will be out at least another $12,000 next year. But this time, state budget cuts or a spiraling economy aren't responsible. The spiraling cloud that ripped a gash through Jackson on May 6 is to blame...
    Hirsch Tower gets new roof after 35 years (08/07/03)
    With a 200-foot crane, a pile of wet rubble and blocked streets, this Broadway project doesn't look much like your typical roofing job. But to the building owners, it has all the appearances of an investment in downtown loyalty. Cape Girardeau drivers took an unexpected detour for much of Wednesday around the 300 block of Broadway as workers installed a new roof on top of Hirsch Tower...
    Organization promotes fun, fellowship for single farmers (08/07/03)
    Singles in Agriculture is a national nonprofit organization organized in 1986 for single women and men with agriculture-related business backgrounds to get together and meet one another. All farm men and women 18 and over who were or are employed in farming or with agriculture-related backgrounds are strongly encouraged to attend...
    Senator asks feds for $200 million for state highway funding (08/07/03)
    CLAYTON, Mo. -- Sen. Kit Bond hopes to secure $200 million per year more for Missouri's roads and highways in the next federal highway bill, the Republican said Wednesday. Bond spoke to a group of civic and political leaders at Clayton High School, where he hosted a Transportation Town Hall Forum...
    Rep. Scott Lipke likely to again run for Missouri House seat (08/07/03)
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Though some local Republicans have approached him about running for circuit court judge next year, state Rep. Scott Lipke said he will likely seek a second term in the House of Representatives. The idea of pursuing a spot on the bench never occurred to him, said Lipke, R-Jackson, until it was raised by supporters...
    Economic agency is retooling after state fund cuts (08/07/03)
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Following a major reorganization necessitated by three years of budget cuts, Missouri Department of Economic Development officials hope to create a streamlined and more efficient agency. But department director Joe Driskill acknowledged it will no longer be able to offer all of the services businesses used in the past...
    Miracle dog takes a bite out of death (08/07/03)
    ST. LOUIS -- Cast into a city gas chamber to be euthanized with other unwanted or unclaimed dogs, it appeared the roughly year-old Basenji mix had simply run out of luck -- and time. But this canine had other ideas. When the death chamber's door swung open Monday, the dog now dubbed Quentin -- for California's forbidding San Quentin State Prison -- stood very much alive, his tail and tongue wagging amid the carcasses of a half-dozen other dogs...
    Survey - Nursing shortage still plagues Missouri (08/07/03)
    COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Slightly fewer health-care jobs went unfilled this year, but a new report found Missouri still needs more nurses to address increased demand from aging baby boomers. The report from the Missouri Hospital Association found the percentage of unfilled health-care jobs dipped to 9.3 percent this year from 10.2 percent last year. The report also looked specifically at nursing vacancies, which dropped slightly to 10 percent from last year's 11.1 percent...
    Murder charges dropped against former VA nurse (08/07/03)
    COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A former Veterans Affairs hospital nurse who was accused of killing 10 patients in 1992 walked free Wednesday after prosecutors said the tests that led to charges against him were flawed. Richard Williams, 37, was released from the county jail Wednesday morning after Boone County Prosecutor Kevin Crane asked that the charges be dismissed. ...
    School funding issues fail on many state ballots (08/07/03)
    Officials in southwest Missouri's Ozark school district went to work Wednesday to find 10 new teachers for the upcoming school year, after voters narrowly approved a 49-cent property tax levy increase for the district. Ozark and other school districts were celebrating after Tuesday's elections, but results of elections were not as positive in other districts where officials were hoping for help from voters as they struggle with decreased state funding for education...
    Schwarzenegger announces gubernatorial bid (08/07/03)
    LOS ANGELES -- Arnold Schwarzenegger ended the suspense Wednesday and jumped into the race for California governor, instantly becoming the best-known of the declared candidates seeking to replace Democrat Gray Davis in a recall. The surprise announcement by the "Terminator" actor, a moderate Republican, capped a day of fast-paced developments in one of the most unpredictable political races in recent history...
    Conservatives protest election of first openly gay bishop (08/07/03)
    MINNEAPOLIS -- Conservative opponents of the first openly gay Episcopal bishop protested Wednesday by boycotting legislative sessions, turning in their convention credentials and dropping to their knees in prayer as one of their leaders denounced his election...
    Rat infestation in N.Y. fire station forces firefighters out (08/07/03)
    NEW YORK -- A blazing building? Not a problem for New York City firefighters. A firehouse infested with vermin? Well, that's a rat of a different color. Horrified members of New York's bravest have temporarily abandoned a firehouse because of a massive rat infestation, and fire officials say the building must be gutted to eliminate the pervasive rodent population...
    FBI catalogs hidden weapons terrorists could use (08/07/03)
    WASHINGTON -- The FBI is warning security personnel about dozens of everyday items -- from belt buckles to keys to a deadly deck of cards -- that can conceal knives or other weapons terrorists could use to hijack an airliner. Many items cost less than $20 and can be difficult to detect using airport screening devices, according to an FBI statement accompanying the 89-page catalog obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press...
    Heavy turbulence shakes up aircraft (08/07/03)
    HOUSTON -- Heavy turbulence shook a trans-Atlantic flight Wednesday, sending 28 people to hospitals after the Lufthansa jet reached its destination, Bush Intercontinental Airport. The injuries were not thought to be serious. Lufthansa Flight 440, which originated from Frankfurt, Germany, experienced "some pretty bad turbulence," said Ernie DeSoto, spokesman for the airport...
    People talk 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    Raquel Welch separates from fourth husband LOS ANGELES -- Raquel Welch has separated from husband Richard Palmer, her publicist said. The "Fantastic Voyage" actress married Palmer, her fourth husband, in 1999 at her Beverly Hills home. Palmer owns the Mulberry Street Italian restaurant in Beverly Hills and Richie's Neighborhood Pizza stores...
    Drivers distracted while filmed for study on distractions (08/07/03)
    WASHINGTON -- A study found all drivers fiddle with their radios or engage in other distracting behavior, even when they're being watched as part of a study on distracted drivers. Cell phones were not the major distraction, the study found. Only 30 percent of the subjects used a cell phone while their vehicle was moving, compared with 97 percent who leaned over to reach for something and 91 percent who fiddled with radio controls...
    EU antitrust regulators accuse Microsoft of abuse (08/07/03)
    BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Microsoft is still trying to monopolize new markets even after settling the landmark antitrust case in the United States, the European Union charged Wednesday as it prepared to demand its own concessions from the U.S. software giant...
    Israelis set free hundreds; Palestinians dismiss gesture (08/07/03)
    TARQUMIYA CHECKPOINT, West Bank -- Israel freed 334 Palestinian prisoners in a bid to jump-start halting peace efforts -- but the gesture fell flat among Palestinians, who had hoped for a mass release and said authorities chose mostly prisoners whose terms were about to expire anyway...
    Irish terrorism conviction makes court history (08/07/03)
    DUBLIN, Ireland -- An anti-terrorist court, accepting the testimony of a paid FBI informer, convicted the alleged leader of a dissident Irish Republican Army faction on Wednesday of directing terrorism -- the first such conviction in Irish history. Michael McKevitt, 53, also was found guilty of membership in an illegal organization, the Real IRA, which was involved in the deadliest explosion in Northern Ireland's three decades of violence...
    Brazil anti-reform march is violent (08/07/03)
    BRASILIA, Brazil -- Rock-throwing protesters clashed with riot police in front of Congress on Wednesday in a demonstration against a pension reform bill intended to save South America's largest country billions of dollars. The march by an estimated 50,000 government workers started peacefully, but ended in violence after hundreds broke through police barricades and hurled rocks toward Congress. At least four protesters were hurt...
    Heat records rise in Europe where air conditioning is scarce (08/07/03)
    Roadways buckled under the scorching sun in Germany, water levels on the Danube and other rivers dropped and wildfires forced tourists and residents to flee Wednesday as record-breaking heat, blamed for at least 37 deaths, tormented Europe. Londoners experienced the hottest day in the city's history when the temperature hit 95.7 degrees Fahrenheit, beating the 95 degrees recorded in 1990...
    Deadly illness attacks troops (08/07/03)
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- U.S. forces in Iraq say they're more concerned about guerrilla attacks and the heat than about a pneumonia outbreak that has killed two soldiers and sent more than a dozen to Europe for care. In Washington, military health-care experts say they have issued new guidelines to fight the illness, but more than a dozen soldiers interviewed Wednesday in Baghdad and Tikrit said they haven't seen them...
    Troops capture four leaders of anti-U.S. resistance in Iraq (08/07/03)
    TIKRIT, Iraq -- U.S. forces captured four suspected leaders of the anti-U.S. resistance in Iraq during pre-dawn raids early today, the military said, a day after the Americans netted 18 suspected Saddam Hussein loyalists and found a huge stockpile of weapons...
    Police point out similarities between Jakarta, Bali attacks (08/07/03)
    JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Attackers used a mobile phone to detonate the car bomb at Jakarta's Marriott Hotel, the same method used by al-Qaida-linked bombers on the tourist island of Bali last fall, police said Wednesday. Other similarities, including the use of the same types of explosives in both attacks, could connect the regional terror group Jemaah Islamiyah to the blast Tuesday that killed up to 14 people, authorities said...
    U.S. Marine team lands in Liberia (08/07/03)
    MONROVIA, Liberia -- A team of U.S. Marines landed in Monrovia on Wednesday, flying in on olive-green helicopters that passed almost unnoticed over a ruined city where people are preoccupied with searching for food after weeks of fighting between government and rebel troops...
    Scott City picks new coach with little time to spare (08/07/03)
    Scott City moved quickly to fill its vacant head football coach position by promoting first-year assistant coach Jackie Johnson in a special school board meeting Wednesday night, five days before the start of preseason practices. Johnson, the head coach at Caruthersville High School the past four years and defensive coordinator the three previous years, had served as the interim head coach after the recent resignation of Jason Burkman...
    Clemons' girlfriend says NCAA wants to talk to her (08/07/03)
    ST. LOUIS -- The NCAA wants to talk to the ex-girlfriend of former Missouri guard Ricky Clemons, apparently about her allegations that Clemons received payments and clothing and was given the answers to a test while at a community college, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday...
    Cape Legion rides underdog role into state round (08/07/03)
    After winning a district championship as the favorite, Cape Girardeau's Ford & Sons American Legion baseball team was an underdog in the zone tournament -- yet emerged with the title. Entering the four-team American Legion State Tournament today through Saturday in Moberly, Cape appears to be even more of an underdog in a loaded field...
    Full IRL weekend planned for series' Gateway event (08/07/03)
    MADISON, Ill. -- Several IRL racers have planned appearances around the St. Louis area in preparation for Sunday's Emerson Indy 250 at Gateway International Raceway near Madison, Ill. Tonight at the Casino Queen, Sarah Fisher will sign autographs from 6 to 7 p.m...
    Boat chase is wide open heading into St. Louis (08/07/03)
    A close points battle will raise the stakes when the Champ Boat Series begins the second half of its season at the Bud Light St. Louis Grand Prix on the St. Louis riverfront Aug. 15 to 17. Terry Rinker of Riverview, Fla., leads the standings after scoring three straight podium finishes, but nearly all the drivers in the top 10 have a mathematical chance of catching him at St. Louis. The Bud Light Grand Prix is the fourth race of 2003 for the series...
    Jackson team second in regional (08/07/03)
    An area 10-and-under Cal Ripken Minor League team recently finished second in the state tournament and in the Midwest Regional tournament. The Jackson Indians, a district postseason team picked by league coaches, finished ended their regional run with a 12-9 loss to Minnesota in the finals at Farmington, Mo. The win advanced Minnesota to the Cal Ripken World Series in Virginia...
    Hambrick finally gets his chance to run (08/07/03)
    SAN ANTONIO -- Troy Hambrick always tried to prove himself while he was stuck in Emmitt Smith's shadow. Now he has to impress Bill Parcells. Hambrick was never shy about wanting to be the No. 1 running back for the Dallas Cowboys, even when the NFL's career rushing leader was still on the team. He's getting his chance now, and is already figuring out the best way to be the starter for the new coach...
    Said hopes road racing success leads to full-time ride (08/07/03)
    Boris Said has had enough of being a road racing "hired gun." He wants to be a full-time driver on NASCAR's top circuit. "I'm going to try my hardest to make it happen," he said. Said is one of several road racing specialists hired regularly by NASCAR teams to drive in the events at Sonoma, Calif., and Watkins Glen, N.Y., the only road circuits on the Winston Cup schedule...
    Labonte brothers bounce back after rocky seasons (08/07/03)
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Bobby and Terry Labonte passed the time during a recent NASCAR presentation with knowing glances and a few whispers between them. Whatever secrets the two were sharing, the identical smirks from each brother confirmed what's been suspected all season: The Labontes are having fun at the race track once again...
    Marlins rookie sizzles in defeat of Cards (08/07/03)
    ST. LOUIS -- Rookie Dontrelle Willis pitched eight strong innings and Ivan Rodriguez homered Wednesday in the Florida Marlins' 7-3 win over the Cardinals. Willis (11-2), who beat Randy Johnson in his last outing, shrugged off a shaky start to tie the team record for wins by a rookie set by Brian Meadows in 1998...
    Bryant makes first court appearance on assault charge (08/07/03)
    EAGLE, Colo. -- NBA superstar Kobe Bryant made his first court appearance on a sexual assault charge Wednesday, uttering just two words during a seven-minute hearing that created a media frenzy in this quiet mountain town. Attorneys for the 24-year-old Bryant waived his right to be formally advised of the felony assault charge, sparing the Los Angeles Lakers guard even more time in the cinderblock courtroom that was jammed with reporters...
    Third Jaguars player suffers a heat illness during camp (08/07/03)
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars had their third heat-related injury of the preseason Wednesday when wide receiver Donald Hayes dropped to a knee at the end of practice. The Jaguars had just completed a 90-minute practice session and were divided into position groups when Hayes dropped and began struggling with the 82-degree heat. Hayes, 28, never lost consciousness but started to spasm from cramps...
    Tyson's not just broke, but he's nearly broken (08/07/03)
    Sonny Liston, his hero, died broke and broken-down. Still, Mike Tyson might be the only one who doesn't see where this is headed. And he is already halfway there. News over the weekend that Tyson filed for bankruptcy despite grossing an estimated $300 million during his boxing career hardly qualified as news. The figure, though, is substantial enough that the first time people try to get their minds around it, they assume Tyson got the worst financial advice in history...
    Sideline chatter (08/07/03)
    Are you ready for some goofball? It won't make anyone forget the Pentagon Papers, but Eric Immerman of ESPN.com claims he has laid his hands on the marketing slogans for all 32 NFL teams this season. A few samples (and don't blame Daniel Ellsberg for this one):...
    Paying more for good intentions (08/07/03)
    WASHINGTON -- In health clubs, hope springs eternal. Membership rosters are full of people who are certain they will show up more often -- but don't. Just the same, the desire to expect better results next time is so strong that people will pay more for memberships rather than have to choose between exercising more and giving up their false hopes, two economists say...
    Shape Up Cape results 8/7 (08/07/03)
    Standings for week of July 28 to Aug. 4 Nonprofit Southeast Missouri State University 827.700 City of Cape Girardeau 653.3 Old Town Cape 337.111 Cape Girardeau Public Library 340.222 Lynwood Baptist Church 169.875 Area Wide United Way 211.250 Small business...
    Fitness Q&A (08/07/03)
    Monroe Hicks and Kenny LoweMonroe Hicks, 19, played football and track at Central High School. He will attend Central Missouri State University on a scholarship. Kenny Lowe, 17, also ran track at Central. What is your favorite exercise/which exercise is the most effective?...
    Health calendar 8/7 (08/07/03)
    TodaySeminar from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the health issues of the school-age child in Harrison Room at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Fee is $20, and the seminar is approved for 4.7 contact hours from the Missouri Nurses Association; it is designed for school administrators, nurses and counselors. Call 651-5825 to register...
    Rolling with the rhythm of the river (08/07/03)
    Aug. 7, 2003 Dear Pat, The River Explorer is an excursion boat that makes the Huckleberry dreams of tourists from all over the world come true. When it comes up the Mississippi and stops in Cape Girardeau, my mom and dad and other musicians board to play for the passengers. ...
    Rejection of ArvinMeritor final, says Dana chairman (08/07/03)
    TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- Dana Corp. chairman Joe Magliochetti said Wednesday his auto parts company feels its recent rejection of rival ArvinMeritor Inc.'s hostile $2.2 billion takeover bid ends the matter and that most Dana shareholders support that decision...
    B.J. Bradley Jr. (08/07/03)
    B.J. Bradley Jr., 5 years old, of Scott City died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. He was born, Dec. 6, 1997, at Cape Girardeau, the son of Billy Joe and Nikki Scott Bradley. B.J. played for the Scott City Cubs T-ball team...
    Harry Dover (08/07/03)
    JONESBORO, Ill. -- Harry "Sonny" Dover, 75, of Jonesboro died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at his home. Hileman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
    Karl Schoenebeck (08/07/03)
    Karl W. Schoenebeck, 91, of Jackson died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born May 16, 1912, in Wichita, Kan., son of Karl A. and Anna Schmidt Schoene-beck. He and Trula Mary Willa were married July 2, 1939...
    John Stegle (08/07/03)
    GOREVILLE, Ill. -- John J. Stegle, 77, of Goreville died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2003, at Heartland Regional Medical Center. He was born March 7, 1926, in Cobden, Ill., son of John and Josephine Cerny Stegle. He and Betty Robins were married Jan. 19, 1952...
    Kenny Hudson (08/07/03)
    ANNISTON, Mo. -- Kenny Hudson, 58, of Anniston died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at his home. He was born May 22, 1945, in Anniston, son of Luther and Bernice Pond Hudson. He and Patricia Brown were married April 11, 1980. Hudson was employed at Stanley Muffler Co. in East Prairie, Mo...
    Leslie Gremaud (08/07/03)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Leslie J. Gremaud, 84, formerly of Perryville, died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2003, at Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Oct. 12, 1918, in St. Louis, son of Albert T. and Mae Boxdorfer Gremaud. He married Lorna D. Nocker...
    Clara Doran (08/07/03)
    Clara Mae Doran, 67, of Jackson died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 25, 1935, in Cabot, Ark., daughter of Fred and Lillie Morris Driskill. She and Oscar L. Doran were married June 14, 1953, in Cabot...
    Clinton Reisenbichler (08/07/03)
    Clinton Armond "Rocky" Reisenbichler Jr., 47, of Jackson died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Aug. 22, 1955, in Cape Girardeau, son of Clinton Armond and Helen Elizabeth Krahn Reisenbichler. He and Theresa Cronenbold were married March 12, 1983...
    Gerald Stough (08/07/03)
    Gerald D. Stough, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Ford and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements. Kirkpatrick-Behnke Funeral Home in Findlay, Ohio, is in charge of funeral arrangements...
    Births 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    Fehr Daughter to Richard Charles and Rebecca Lynn Fehr Jr. of Farmington, Mo., Southeast Missouri Hospital, 8:12 a.m. Tuesday, July 15, 2003. Name, Emily Noelle. Weight, 6 pounds 9 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Fehr is the former Rebecca Martin, daughter of Tim and Sheila Martin of Cape Girardeau. Fehr is the son of Richard and Cathy Fehr of Cape Girardeau. He is a claims representative with Missouri Farm Bureau...
    Cape/Jackson police reports 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    Cape Girardeau Thursday, Aug. 7 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIn J. Ronald Hayden, 61, of 175 Sunset Lane, Jackson, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated...
    Cape fire report 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    Cape Girardeau Thursday, Aug. 7 Firefighters responded Monday to the following item: At 5:29 p.m., alarm at 1235 S. Kingshighway.Firefighters responded Tuesday to the following items: At 11:20 a.m., medical assist at 2327 Boutin. At 11:34 a.m., medical assist at 724 Themis...
    Out of the past 8/7/03 (08/07/03)
    10 years ago: Aug. 7, 1993 Predicted crest of 49 feet of Mississippi River fails to arrive, leaving weary river warriors to continue battle against water's assault; river stands at 47.9 feet at 6 p.m.; workers strengthen sandbag levee around Red Star Baptist Church in north Cape Girardeau, and in southwest part of town rising waters begin to threaten more homes in Meadowbrook area along South Kingshighway...
    Oran girl in Miss Teen USA pageant (08/07/03)
    On Aug. 12, Southeast Missouri will have a poised, passionate and worthy representative at the Miss Teen USA pageant. Amber Seyer of Oran, Mo., left last week for Palm Springs, where she has been spending time with the other 49 Miss Teen USA delegates...
    Music industry, downloaders face off (08/07/03)
    P Owners of computers are getting subpoenas as the result of downloaded music files, which many have been taken illegally from the Internet by relatives. File swappers -- those who illegally download songs on the Internet -- are finally being asked to face the music...
    Speak Out A 08/07/03 (08/07/03)
    No clowns, please IN 1997 as a student at Southeast, I was a part of a drive that stopped SEMO from changing our mascot to an Eagle. We contacted officials from the Cherokee Nation and were told SEMO has always done honorable things and they were proud of what SEMO had done and said they would be interested in being more involved. ...
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