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Stories from Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Gas prices fall 10 cents in week, near yearly low (10/01/03)
After a summer of surging gas prices, area residents are getting a little relief at the pumps as they enjoy some of the lowest gas prices of the year. Local gas prices dropped 10 cents in the last week to lower the average price of regular unleaded self-serve gasoline in Cape Girardeau to $1.29 and to $1.26 in Jackson...
Bids open next week for first phase of Jackson biking trail (10/01/03)
The city of Jackson will seek bids on a project next week that is intended to improve safety for children walking to and from the middle school. And that's good news for school officials and students like Blake Hicks, who walks home from school every day...
Police- Dyersburg hostages wounded by gunman (10/01/03)
and Bryce Chapman ~ Dyersburg State Gazette DYERSBURG, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirmed Monday that bullets fired from the semiautomatic handgun of Harold Kilpatrick Jr., not weapons used by police, wounded three people during a hostage standoff at Dyersburg State Community College on Sept. 17...
Man injured in fire rescue attempt (10/01/03)
Daily Dunklin Democrat KENNETT, Mo. -- An Arbyrd man remains in the hospital as the result of injuries sustained when he attempted to rescue his uncle from a burning home Friday night. Douglas Wayne Dotson II, suffered severe lacerations and other injuries to an arm when he broke a window in the back of the home of his uncle in an unsuccessful attempt to enter the burning home and rescue the man. ...
Smoke detectors save firefighter's family (10/01/03)
For firefighter Kevin Gramlisch of Randles, Mo., a small investment in safety paid off immeasurably. The volunteer Delta Fire Protection District captain escaped a house fire early Tuesday morning, along with his pregnant wife, Penny, and their children, when smoke detectors alerted them to an attic fire. The fire started sometime after midnight at 125 N. Mentz...
Lessons in survival (10/01/03)
Southeast Missouri State University may map out an academic future without geography ... or philosophy, physics and other programs that attract few majors. Faculty and administrators are scrutinizing 18 academic programs this fall, with department chairmen being asked to explain why their programs should be kept in a time of state budget cuts...
Cape draws matchbox twenty's number (10/01/03)
Matchbox twenty, a rock 'n' roll band that has had numerous No. 1 hits, will headline a concert Dec. 7 at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau. Signing the band, long sought-after for a concert here, signals a change in the concert business that could bring many more well-known acts to the Show Me Center, manager David Ross said...
Club news 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Capaha Scottish Rite Women's Club The Capaha Scottish Rite Women's Club met Sept. 8 at the Country Kettle Restaurant in Biehle, Mo. There were 12 members present with husbands as guests. Luella Armstrong presided over the meeting. Harold Corse was guest speaker...
High court declines tobacco fees case (10/01/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to accept a case that sought to invalidate the $111.25 million payday awarded to the private legal team that represented the state in the national lawsuit against the tobacco industry...
Region briefs 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Sorbello sentenced for child sex crime After pleading guilty to second degree child molestation Tuesday in a Cape Girardeau County courtroom, a Farmington man was placed on two years probation. Within 10 days, Gerald A. Sorbello, 36, must register as a sex offender, said assistant prosecuting attorney Julie Hunter. With his plea, Sorbello avoided a jury trial for the class A misdemeanor that had been set for Oct. 7...
St. Louis archbishop's departure spurs whispers about successor (10/01/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Days from Archbishop Justin Rigali's farewell Mass and his leaving town to lead the Philadelphia area's Roman Catholics, there's plenty of hushed buzz about who might take his place in one of the nation's oldest archdioceses. Yet such speculation seldom hits the mark, as history has shown time and again in a Catholic power structure where decisions about key vacancies often are cloaked in impenetrable secrecy...
Presidential hopeful raises record funds (10/01/03)
LOS ANGELES -- Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean poked fun at his fund-raising success Tuesday in his first appearance on the Jay Leno show. In a film clip, Dean was shown playing a guitar on a street next to signs reading, "Your change for real change" and "We'll strum for presidency." People were shown placing money in an open guitar case...
Hola Internet-AOL launching service for Spanish speakers in U.S (10/01/03)
NEW YORK -- Tienes e-mail. America Online is launching a service today for the burgeoning number of U.S. households where Spanish is the main or the only language spoken. The AOL Latino service is wholly in Spanish, from the familiar "You've got mail" greeting down to the instructions on the installation CDs...
Nation digest 10/01/03 (10/01/03)
Toddler recovering after spending weeks alone JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A 2-year-old girl survived on ketchup, mustard and dried pasta for nearly three weeks after she was left home alone while her mother served time in jail. The child was recovering from malnutrition Tuesday and was listed in good condition at Wolfson Children's Hospital...
Interim president says Iraqi civil defense force could be ready (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- The United States should move more quickly to establish Iraqi civil defense forces to keep order throughout the country, a process which could be finished in just a few weeks if it were given priority, the interim president of the Iraqi governing council said Tuesday...
Federal do-not-call list goes into effect (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- The millions of people who signed up for the government's do-not-call list should get fewer sales pitches from telemarketers starting today, but for how long is anybody's guess. A confusing legal fight has thrown the list into disarray, forcing federal officials to rework the system to handle complaints and enforce penalties...
Second translator for Guantanamo prisoners arrested (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- The government on Tuesday announced the arrest of a second translator at the U.S. prison for terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, bringing total detentions there to three and raising new concern about the extent of possible espionage...
Arianna Huffington drops out of California recall race (10/01/03)
SAN FRANCISCO -- A week before the election, independent candidate Arianna Huffington dropped out of the California recall race Tuesday, saying she aimed to prevent Arnold Schwarzenegger from becoming governor. Huffington's exit, announced on CNN's "Larry King Live," removes a similar voice to Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante's from the race, and leaves Bustamante as the Democrats' best hope of thwarting Schwarzenegger should Gov. Gray Davis lose the recall vote...
Consumer confidence falls more than analysts expected (10/01/03)
NEW YORK -- Dragged down by a still-sluggish job market, consumer confidence in the economy dropped more sharply than expected in September. The sour report and a disappointing reading on business activity in the Midwest helped send stocks lower on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was down nearly 70 points in afternoon trading...
Rappers debate downloading music (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- Rapper LL Cool J joined entertainment executives Tuesday in defending the music industry's lawsuits against hundreds of Internet users who illegally distribute music online. "My question is, if a contractor builds a building, should people be allowed to move into the building for free?" the rapper asked senators. "That's how I feel if I record a song or make a movie, and it zooms around the world for free."...
Stories of too much homework don't hold up, think tank says (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- It's a troubling story: Public school students get so loaded with homework that they stress out and lose out on chances to be playful kids. But that story is largely wrong, two new studies contend. Most students actually have less than an hour of homework a night, said Tom Loveless, director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at The Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank. ...
FBI criminal probe looks at Bush staff (10/01/03)
WASHINGTON -- The FBI began a full-scale criminal investigation Tuesday into whether White House officials illegally leaked the identity of an undercover CIA officer, and President Bush ordered his staff to cooperate with the first major probe of his administration...
Sharon wants to extend security fence (10/01/03)
JERUSALEM -- Prime Minister Ariel Sharon wants to shield several large Jewish settlements by extending Israel's security barrier deep into the West Bank, but he would leave gaps in the section in hopes of defusing U.S. objections that the fence could mark a permanent border, a Sharon adviser and a settler leader said Tuesday...
Laura Bush scolds American couch potatoes (10/01/03)
MOSCOW -- In a Kremlin library thousands of miles from home, Laura Bush chided U.S. parents for letting their children watch too much television and pleaded with them to spend more time reading with and to their kids. "American children, I'm afraid, are addicted to television," she told the first ladies of Russia, Armenia and Bulgaria on Tuesday, citing studies that place average TV consumption in the United States at several hours a day...
N. Korea insists U.S. concessions preceed talks (10/01/03)
UNITED NATIONS -- A top North Korean official said Tuesday that Pyongyang would not return to talks on the nuclear crisis unless Washington takes "simultaneous action" to meet its demands, saying it makes no sense for the communist country to "put down the guns first." North Korea has repeatedly said it is not interested in further negotiations, but Vice Foreign Minister Choe Su Hon used his address to the U.N. General Assembly to present his government's case in detail...
Dutch rescuers search for buried workers (10/01/03)
GEERTRUIDENBERG, Netherlands -- Rescuers using dogs strapped with cameras and heat-seeking devices Tuesday found one of four missing workers buried under scaffolding that collapsed inside a towering industrial boiler. Teams were breaking through the boiler wall to remove debris and try to pull the man out. But Mayor Matthieu Mejier was quoted by a TV station as saying that the man showed no sign of life...
Gunmen kill man running for mayor of Colombia town (10/01/03)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Gunmen on a motorcycle shot and killed a mayoral contender in a Caribbean coast city Tuesday in the 15th assassination of a candidate in Colombia's upcoming state and municipal elections. Liberal Party candidate Jose Castillo was shot at by two gunmen as he left his home in Soledad, a city near the provincial capital of Barranquilla, police reported...
Newspaper- Cardinal says pope's health 'in a bad way' (10/01/03)
VATICAN CITY -- Ailing Pope John Paul II is "in a bad way," one of his closest advisers said in remarks published Tuesday, calling on the faithful to pray for him. But the Vatican said the pope is sticking to a heavy schedule of public appearances and travel...
Many Liberians thank departing U.S. peacekeeping Marines (10/01/03)
MONROVIA, Liberia -- U.S. military planes and helicopters carried the last few U.S. ground forces out of war-ruined Liberia on Tuesday -- leaving Liberians thankful for their help, but dismayed at their silent withdrawal. About 30 members of a U.S. military liaison team flew out of Liberia's main airport, ending their work with a West African-led peace mission...
Woman spared stoning says trial boosted her Islamic belief (10/01/03)
ABUJA, Nigeria -- Spared death by stoning for adultery, 32-year-old Amina Lawal told The Associated Press on Tuesday she hopes to return to her Muslim village in northern Nigeria and remarry. "Whoever God chooses to be my husband will be all right with me," said the divorced, single mother in her first extended comments since an Islamic appeals court granted her clemency from her death sentence for bearing a child out of wedlock. "Everything is within the knowledge of God."...
Blair tells party conference he doesn't regret war in Iraq (10/01/03)
BOURNEMOUTH, England -- A defiant Prime Minister Tony Blair, bruised by dissent over the war in Iraq, faced down his critics Tuesday and defended the U.S.-led campaign to topple Saddam Hussein. In an often somber address to his restless Labor Party, Blair said 6 1/2 years in office and growing unease over his policies had left him battered. But he defended his government's record, said it was ready for a historic third term in office and insisted his forthright leadership was best for Britain...
Chechen premier leaves hospital despite ill health (10/01/03)
MOSCOW -- Chechnya's prime minister checked out of the hospital Tuesday despite doctor's advice, three days after first complaining of stomach pains that a member of his security said were caused by deliberate poisoning, news agencies reported. Anatoly Popov was expected to be back at work in Chechnya today, his administration in the Chechen capital was quoted as telling the Interfax news agency...
One U.S. soldier killed in clash with suspected Taliban (10/01/03)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Insurgents killed an American soldier and wounded two others in a fierce gunbattle, the military said Tuesday, violence that underscored the stiffening resistance nearly two years after a U.S.-led coalition ousted the Taliban from power...
Bolshoi must reinstate dismissed ballet dancer (10/01/03)
MOSCOW -- Thanks to Russia's Labor Ministry, ballerina Anastasia Volochkova may be back at the Bolshoi for an encore. Labor officials on Tuesday ordered the Bolshoi Theater to reinstate Volochkova, who was fired two weeks ago amid allegations from other dancers that she was too heavy to lift...
Alabama teams make a statement (10/01/03)
If their first games are any indication, maybe Samford and Jacksonville State won't have a tough transition to the Ohio Valley Conference after all. Playing their first-ever OVC games Saturday, the league's new members from Alabama put a home-field whipping on two of the conference's preseason favorites...
Notre Dame flexes its No. 1 muscles to visiting Advance (10/01/03)
In what was supposed to be a meeting of two Southeast Missouri volleyball heavyweights, Notre Dame Regional High School showed visiting Advance why they're the No. 1 team in the SEMO top 10 volleyball poll, sweeping the Hornets 25-15, 25-14 Tuesday night...
U.S., nemesis Norway to meet (10/01/03)
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Norway has all kinds of respect for the U.S. women's soccer team. What the Norwegians do not have is fear. Nor should they. After all, only one nation holds an all-time winning record against the United States, and it's Norway at 18-16-2...
Acquisition puts Callaway No. 2 in ball market (10/01/03)
When Callaway Golf decided five years ago to get into the golf ball business, its primary options were to build a plant or buy another company. It wound up doing both, although at a steep cost. With its golf ball operations losing more than $20 million a year, shareholders getting antsy and rumors swirling that the plant would be shut down, Callaway went back to Plan B this month by purchasing the assets of Top-Flite Golf Co. for $174.4 million...
Cubs top Braves 4-2 in Game 1 (10/01/03)
ATLANTA -- They came by the thousands, intent on helping their beloved Cubbies break a 58-year losing streak in postseason road games by transforming Turner Field into Wrigley Field South. It worked. Kerry Wood allowed only two hits and drove in the go-ahead runs with a double in the sixth inning off Russ Ortiz, leading the Chicago Cubs to a 4-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 1 of their NL division series...
Lakers await Kobe storm (10/01/03)
After an eventful summer, the Los Angeles Lakers opened training camp and await the media storm. Shaquille O'Neal worked himself into good physical shape, coach Phil Jackson recovered from heart surgery and Karl Malone and Gary Payton became Lakers during the offseason...
Twins break Yankees' spell in Game 1 (10/01/03)
NEW YORK -- Instead of getting tight when Johan Santana cramped up, the Minnesota Twins stayed loose. Playing a postseason game in Yankee Stadium for the first time, the Twins were guarding a one-run lead in the fourth inning when their pitcher suddenly couldn't go to the mound for the bottom half...
Thrashers' star Heatley, teammate hurt in crash (10/01/03)
DULUTH, Ga. -- Atlanta Thrashers star Dany Heatley was charged Tuesday with reckless driving after his sportscar swerved off a road and careened into a wall at about 80 mph, breaking his jaw and critically injuring a teammate. Dan Snyder, a backup center, underwent a two-hour surgery for a skull fracture. Heatley, the MVP of the 2003 All-Star game, was hospitalized in stable condition...
Kline's season is over, not his dislike for Cubs (10/01/03)
ST. LOUIS -- The regular season may be over, but the war of words between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals continues with St. Louis reliever Steve Kline saying he hopes Cubs right-hander Mark Prior "takes a line drive to the forehead and we never have to see him again."...
Sideline chatter 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Finding jogger no Dutch treat A Dutch jogger got lost during an evening run in Woudenberg, Netherlands, and police -- 40 of them, armed with a helicopter and canine units -- didn't find him until he'd been gone for 14 hours, Ananova.com reported. Don't know which is the most impressive:...
Off! the Top of My Head (10/01/03)
Well, as I sit here watching the season premier of Will and Grace I'm quickly reminded that it's that time again to write a new article for all of my beloveds deep in the heart of ... well, Missouri. Today's topic of self realization is that there is little consistancy in this world. ...
Good Single vs. Bad Single (10/01/03)
Many of my married acquaintances think I'm the luckiest guy on Earth since I'm single. They like to lament how big of a pain their nagging wife is, how fat she got after the wedding, how their sex life sucks, how they never get to have any fun anymore, and so on...
Cross songs mark spot in time (10/01/03)
Should I be embarrassed that the news about Christopher Cross coming to the City of Roses Music Festival made me giddy? After finding out last month, I rushed to www.christopher cross.com, which has a neat little Flash introduction with "Sailing" playing in the background. ...
Chicken recipes spark taste buds at district fair (10/01/03)
Cooking and recipe contests are always fun to enter, observe and judge; whatever your level of participation may be, they are usually a great learning experience. The Midwest Food and Poultry Chicken Recipe Contest proved to be just that during the contest at the SEMO District Fair...
Jackson native pens recipes for the perfect tailgate party (10/01/03)
Recently Carbondale, Ill., home of Southern Illinois University, was named by Sports Illustrated as the worst college sports town in America. While we here in Cape Girardeau, home of Southeast Missouri State University, a perennial rival of SIUC, might take some satisfaction from such a ranking, I, for one, think our adversaries across the river have been given a bad rap...
Unfortunate cookies (10/01/03)
Do-it-yourself fortune cookies Preheat the oven to 300F.INGREDIENTS 8 oz . flour 2 tablespoons cornstarch 4 ounces sugar 1/2 teaspoons salt 2 egg whites 4 ounces vegetable oil 1 teaspoon water 2 teaspoons vanilla extract You Will Need: Cotton gloves, thin-edged muffin pan, fortune slips...
Metal Mayhem II (10/01/03)
by Regina Yoast It's not often you get a story that combines heavy metal music with puppies and kittens. So when OFF! heard about Metal Mayhem II, a two-day metal music festival to benefit The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri, our curiosity was piqued. The event will be held October 17 and 18 at Our House Bar and Grill, and all the proceeds from the $5 cover charge ($7 for minors) and other capital will be donated to help local cats, dogs and other critters...
October concert calendar (10/01/03)
10/02/03; "Seagrams Gin Live"; Ambassador Entertainment Center 10/02/03; Carl Thomas; Ambassador Entertainment Center 10/02/03; Dante Carter; Ambassador Entertainment Center 10/02/03; L.O.C. (Lost On The Corner); Ambassador Entertainment Center 10/02/03; Lit' Mo; Ambassador Entertainment Center...
Alex Goes Off! (10/01/03)
by Alexandra R. Yaremko "In the Bag." It's a mystery to some. You don't leave home without it. It contains not just your identification, but your identity. The things you know you will need and things you think you might need on the miniature adventure called your day. You've got one of everything and duplicates of really important things like keys and lipstick. Your purse is your lifeline...
The Zone Insider (10/01/03)
Leroy Grey Each month, we'll bring you an inside look at the music you hear on The Zone @ 107.1 and the artists that make it. Insider here, for what looks to be a big news month for Zone listeners. Hope you're saving your pennies, because some big shows are coming to your front door!...
What did you get for number 1? (10/01/03)
by Sam DeReign Please solve the following problem: xcy7=32+H/Y+12S=? Couldn't solve it? Bet not! Looks made up? It is! Isn't what I just did the method that thousands of other mathematicians have done in their lives? Here's my theory: they got bored one day and decided to create text books that would eat at the minds of helpless teens around the country...
Screen Time (10/01/03)
by Greg Levrault Our regular movie critics have gone into hiding after an ill-conceived wager over who could outlast the other through a Gigli/ Marci X double bill. While the authorities continue their search, let's share with you some of the features playing in Cape Girardeau this October:...
Baaad Poetry Contest winners (10/01/03)
First place Little Hick Town Snot,snot,bugers & rot Kick the can and tie the knot Livin in the ol country Tippin cows & peein on trees Shoppin at the big wal-marts Eatin wings and lightin farts Drinkin beer & cruzin around This is life in a little hick town. -- by Chari Rothrock...
Helen Corvick (10/01/03)
Helen Louise Corvick, 74, of Scott City died Monday, Sept. 29, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born April 13, 1929, at Illmo, Mo., daughter of Roscoe and Vesta Rendleman Webb. She and Lloyd John Corvick Sr. were married March 15, 1948, in Scott City. He died June 15, 2002...
Inez Rainwater (10/01/03)
Inez N. Rainwater, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Sept. 28, 2003, at Lifecare Center. She was born Dec. 2, 1906, in Wayne County, Mo., daughter of William and Mollie Belle Eads Ward. She and Herbert G. Rainwater were married April 20, 1924, in Wayne County. He preceded her in death in September 1974...
Cecelia McBride (10/01/03)
Cecelia McBride, 93, passed away Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003, in Bangor, Maine. Survivors include two daughters, Ces Wittmer of Cape Girardeau, Martha Loveless of Reno, Nev.; a son, Marv Toleson of Old Town, Maine; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter...
Hershal Wagoner (10/01/03)
ORAN, Mo. -- Hershal Ray Wagoner, 83, of Oran died Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2003, at the family home in Oran. He was born in Blodgett, Mo., on Aug. 3, 1920, to the late Allen and Agnes Patton Wagoner. Hershal was a farmer and drove a bus for the Oran School District. He was retired from the Scott County Highway Department...
LaVonne Bess (10/01/03)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- LaVonne Bess, 71, of Poplar Bluff died Monday, Sept. 29, 2003, at her home, surrounded by her loving family. Mrs. Bess, the daughter of the late Russell Wayman and Lillie Belle Azbill Lewis, was born Nov. 28, 1931, in Wildersville, Tenn...
Births 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Snider Son to Jeffrey Paul Snider and Christa Kay Clark of Chaffee, Mo., St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis, 4:06 p.m. Sunday, July 20, 2003. Name, Landry Robert Amos. Weight, 3 pounds 14 ounces. First child. Ms. Clark is the daughter of Judith Clark of Cape Girardeau, and the late Robert Clark. Snider is the son of Oliver and Rita Snider of Chaffee, and the late Paula Noack of O'Fallon, Mo. He is employed at Jackson Drywall...
Police report 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Cape Girardeau Wednesday, Oct. 1 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Travis S. Turner, 22, of 535 Boxwood, No. 1, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Monday on a Cape Girardeau warrant for property damage...
Fire report 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Cape Girardeau Wednesday, Oct. 1 Firefighters responded Monday to the following items: At 4:36 p.m., motor vehicle accident at South Hanover and Bloomfield. At 4:41 p.m., citizen assist at 2123 Brink. At 4:48 p.m., alarm at 200 West Park Mall. At 5:41 p.m., motor vehicle accident at 907 S. Ellis...
Spain takes lead in charging bin Laden (10/01/03)
A Spanish judge gave the world pause last month when he filed the first indictments against Osama bin Laden in connection with the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Spain wasn't the first country that came to mind for most newswatchers when thinking of the attacks. ...
Patriot Act's banking section makes sense (10/01/03)
As Attorney General John Ashcroft continues to strengthen his case for the Patriot Act to protect Americans from terrorism, there's one portion of the law that stands out as an obvious improvement. Beginning today, banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, securities brokers, mutual funds and futures merchants must comply with Section 326 of the Patriot Act, drafted in the weeks after the terrorist attacks of Sept. ...
Briner is true forensic scientist (10/01/03)
To the editor: From the family of Dr. Robert Briner, thank you for the tribute to my father. "Doc" has forged positive and productive relationships with all of the law enforcement agencies within the Southeast Missouri region, the state of Missouri, nationally and even internationally. Dr. Bob Briner exemplifies the type of care, desire, effort and quality that we strive to pass down to our own children...
Lorimier's outfit needs a change (10/01/03)
To the editor: While I am all for murals on our floodwall, I must say one panel of this up-and-coming historical scenery is totally out of kilter. The picture portraying Lorimier at his famous horse race is the one I dare to take umbrage with. Certainly the artist, Cameron Pfiffner, is very well gifted. But very little research on Don Louis' outfit seems to have been done...
Society's rules are to help animals (10/01/03)
To the editor: This is in response to Mr. Knowlan's opinion of our local Humane Society. I am not an employee, but I have been a volunteer for about four years. Mr. Knowlan said he had to fill out a three-page application. This is to ensure the animal is getting a good home. I believe the questions of unaltered or unvaccinated pets at home are on the application. The call to the veterinarian's office is a routine reference check...
Speak Out 10/1/03 (10/01/03)
Don't change THIS IS a reply to the Sept. 16 Speak Out titled "Disrespectful headdress." Jackson public schools all teach history and are very good at it. Jackson is the best school around here. I was born and raised here in Jackson and have my daughters in the school. ...
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