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Jackson sues for tax funds held by county (02/25/04)
The city of Jackson filed a lawsuit against the Cape Girardeau County Commission and county treasurer Tuesday seeking nearly $472,000 in road and bridge taxes that the city claims it should have received since 1997. The suit is the peak of a legal disagreement that has been brewing for at least 16 months, when the county and city sought an opinion from the attorney general's office...
Police - Florida man sent Cape boy home on bus (02/25/04)
The 34-year-old man police say lured a Cape Girardeau boy to Kansas for sex may face more felony charges. Archillis Boglosa, a noncitizen Philippine immigrant who resides in Royal Palm Beach on a work visa, remains in the Palm Beach County Jail, awaiting extradition to Cape Girardeau County on a felony warrant for enticement of a child...
Snowstorm frozen in time (02/25/04)
Twenty-five years ago today, Cape Girardeau and its inhabitants were paralyzed by a winter storm unlike any the city had seen before. Two feet of snow fell during a 15-hour period Sunday, Feb. 25, 1979, making travel all but impossible, crushing roofs and leaving countless people stranded in cars, at work and in hotels....
MoDOT may scrap plans to close entrance to outer road (02/25/04)
A Missouri Department of Transportation proposal to close a South Kingshighway entrance to an outer road that serves about a dozen homes and businesses in Cape Girardeau likely will be scrapped, civil engineer Chris Koehler said Tuesday night. City engineer Mark Lester said city officials will ask MoDOT to keep the entrance open. State highway officials said the neighborhood's wishes would be considered...
Scott County sheriff to bow out after 28 years on job (02/25/04)
BENTON, Mo. -- Scott County Sheriff Bill Ferrell won't file for re-election, he said Tuesday. "Twenty-eight years is a long time," Ferrell said. "We're pretty much at the top of our game. There's a lot of things that come with being sheriff that long."...
13 filings take aim at county leadership (02/25/04)
Thirteen people filed for two Cape Girardeau County commission seats Tuesday, the first day for filing. County Clerk Rodney Miller, who oversees county elections, said the number is the largest in his memory. "You look at the last two or three years, and a lot of times there weren't even races in the primaries and even general elections in some places," Miller said. "It should be a pretty lively August."...
Region briefs 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
House panel defers MU funding to other education JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A House committee voted Tuesday to reduce the University of Missouri's budget by the amount of the state's next payment on $35 million in bonds for a new basketball arena at the Columbia campus. ...
Friend of slain gay student to speak in Perryville (02/25/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- A friend of slain gay Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard will speak this week in Perryville and Cape Girardeau to drum up support and interest for St. Vincent Senior High School's production of "The Laramie Project" and share insights on how intolerance leads to violence...
Foster proposes anti-bully legislation (02/25/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Local school districts would be required to adopt specific policies against bullying under a bill considered by the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday. State Sen. Bill Foster, R-Poplar Bluff, said the measure would provide schools with statutory guidance as to what constitutes bullying. The bill would legally define bullying as "any written or verbal expression or physical act or gesture or pattern of behavior intended to cause emotional distress of a student."...
Club news 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
Young Americans 4-H Club The Young Americans 4-H Club met Feb. 19 at Grace United Methodist Church. President Clint Heuer presided. Pledges were led by Tricia and Tyler Kirchdoerfer. Julia Weber read the minutes. Michael Weber gave the treasurer's report...
Missouri Republicans back Bush on gay marriage ban (02/25/04)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush's desire for a constitutional ban on gay marriages drew support from Republicans and opposition from a Democrat in Missouri's congressional delegation. Bush on Tuesday called for a constitutional amendment to outlaw same-sex marriage, arguing he wants to prevent judges from changing how the "most enduring human institution" is defined. Judges in Massachusetts, city officials in San Francisco and a county in New Mexico all recently backed gay marriage...
Three locals file for lieutenant governor race (02/25/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- It has been known for months that multiple Southeast Missouri residents would be running for lieutenant governor this year. But the entry of one local hopeful into the race wasn't expected. Bruce Hillis of Dexter became the first to file for the post when the candidate filing period for state office opened Tuesday morning...
State Senate endorses amendment banning gay marriage (02/25/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri senators entered the national fray on gay marriage Tuesday, endorsing a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution defining marriage as "only between a man and a woman." The state Senate's preliminary voice vote came on the same day that President Bush urged Congress to pass a similar amendment to the U.S. Constitution and send it to the states...
Springfield museum finishes bond deal to secure future (02/25/04)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- A new debt plan that doesn't require the Wonders of Wildlife Museum to make principal payments until 2013 will result in a "huge, huge savings" for the outdoors attraction, its director said. "We needed that (time) to get a breather and get the attendance up," said Max Peterson, the museum's interim director...
Pinnacle promises big investment in St. Louis (02/25/04)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. officials said they'll guarantee more than a thousand jobs, a luxury downtown hotel, and invest about $250 million into their plan to develop a casino in the city. The agreement reached this week will be the foundation for a final contract that the city and Las Vegas-based Pinnacle will sign by March 19. The project ultimately will need Missouri Gaming Commission approval to move forward...
Van report triggers leads in disappearance of Miss. family (02/25/04)
Associated Press WriterJACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Going public with reports a white van had been seen outside the home of a Mississippi family the day they disappeared is paying off with new leads, law enforcement officials said Wednesday. "We've had about a dozen white van leads," said Warren Strain, a spokesman for the Mississippi Highway Patrol and the task force searching for the family. "Each one is being processed and is being worked."...
Court - 'Got Milk' campaign milks Pennsylvania farmers (02/25/04)
PHILADELPHIA -- The catchy "Got Milk?" dairy promotion -- famous for plastering milk mustaches on celebrity faces -- violates the free speech rights of farmers forced to pay for the ads, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The unanimous 3rd U.S. ...
Lawyer - Martha Stewart won't testify in trial (02/25/04)
NEW YORK -- Martha Stewart will not take the stand in her own defense, her attorney said Tuesday, gambling that jurors will not need her testimony to acquit the homemaking icon of lying about a stock sale. Lawyer Robert Morvillo said Stewart's defense team would call no more than two witnesses -- a former lawyer who represented Stewart when she first met with government investigators and, if the judge allows it, a memory expert. ...
Bush urges ban on gay marriage (02/25/04)
President Bush urged approval of a constitutional amendment banning gay marriages on Tuesday, pushing a divisive social issue to the center of the election campaign and setting a clear policy contrast with Democratic challengers John Kerry and John Edwards...
H&R Block reports reduced third-quarter profit (02/25/04)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- H&R Block Inc. on Tuesday reported a third-quarter profit of $106.7 million, down from $132.3 million during the same period last year. The Kansas City-based tax preparer said that 2004 marked the first time the company has reported a profit in each of the first three quarters of a fiscal year...
Nation digest 02/25/04 (02/25/04)
Teacher union asks Bush to sack education chief WASHINGTON -- The National Education Association asked President Bush on Tuesday to fire Education Secretary Rod Paige for calling the union a "terrorist organization." The White House said Paige's job was safe. Paige, who made his comment in a private meeting with governors Monday, later apologized for his choice of words but maintained the union uses "obstructionist scare tactics" in its fight over the nation's education law...
CIA chief says al-Qaida agenda is spreading (02/25/04)
WASHINGTON -- Al-Qaida is damaged seriously, but it has spread its radical agenda to other groups that now pose the leading threat to the United States, CIA director George Tenet and other intelligence chiefs said Tuesday. Tenet described a terrorist organization lacking central leadership and squeezed financially. Al-Qaida remains determined to attack U.S. interests, however, and still is capable of carrying out assaults on the scale of Sept. 11, 2001, he said...
Pentagon charges two men for first military tribunals (02/25/04)
WASHINGTON -- Two men alleged to have been bodyguards and aides for Osama bin Laden were charged with conspiracy to commit war crimes and ordered to stand trial before the first U.S. military tribunals convened since World War II, officials announced Tuesday...
Top court blocks execution (02/25/04)
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court, acting on a case that has become a cause celebre among capital punishment opponents, overturned the death sentence of a long-serving Texas inmate who claimed prosecutors played dirty and withheld evidence at his trial...
Sen. John Kerry wins in Utah primary, Idaho caucuses (02/25/04)
Democratic front-runner John Kerry scored lopsided victories in the Idaho caucuses and Utah primaries Tuesday, and looked for more good fortune in the Hawaii contest, the last before a climactic 10-state round next week. Kerry outpaced North Carolina Sen. John Edwards 68 percent to 20 percent with more than half the results in from the Idaho race. With three-quarters of the precincts reporting from Utah, Kerry led Edwards 54-30...
Haitian president appeals for aid (02/25/04)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Haiti's president urgently appealed for the world's help Tuesday to avert a bloodbath and a new exodus of boat people as rebels threatened the capital. Despite last-ditch diplomacy, an opposition coalition rejected a U.S.-backed peace plan...
Russian prime minister, his Cabinet fired by Putin (02/25/04)
MOSCOW -- Less than three weeks before the presidential election, President Vladimir Putin fired his prime minister Tuesday in a surprise stroke that rids the Russian leadership of a top holdover from the Boris Yeltsin era. The dismissal of Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov and his Cabinet also apparently bolstered the authority of Putin's inner circle of former KGB agents and set the stage for a makeover of the country's top leadership...
Tapes - Bin Laden deputy taunts Bush, criticizes headscarf ban (02/25/04)
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Two audiotapes purportedly of Osama bin Laden's top lieutenant were broadcast on Arabic TV stations Tuesday, one taunting President Bush and threatening more attacks on the United States, the other criticizing France's decision to ban Islamic headscarves in schools...
Rescuers search for survivors of earthquake (02/25/04)
AL HOCEIMA, Morocco -- A powerful earthquake devastated an isolated, picturesque region of northern Morocco on Tuesday, killing more than 560 people as they slept, injuring hundreds more and laying ruin to villages that suffered for decades under government neglect...
Blix says justification for Iraq war unfounded (02/25/04)
EDINBURGH, Scotland -- Former chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix argued Tuesday Saddam Hussein had not been an immediate threat, making the justification for the war against Iraq unfounded. The U.S.-led invasion nearly a year ago damaged the authority of the United Nations Security Council and the credibility of the nations that went to war, Blix told an audience of 1,000 at the University of Edinburgh. ...
Talks on North Korea's nuclear program convene (02/25/04)
BEIJING -- North Korea, the United States and four other countries convened delicate talks today to resolve a persistent dispute over Pyongyang's nuclear program, with diplomats from all sides expressing expectations of progress in the 15-month old stalemate. ...
Scientists experiment with flu virus (02/25/04)
LONDON -- Scientists are embarking on a series of experiments with the bird flu virus ravaging Asian poultry to see how dangerous it would be if it adapted to humans, the chief influenza expert at the U.N. health agency said Tuesday. Researchers will mix the virus with a human flu variety to see how well they swap genes and test various combinations on ferrets and other animals to determine which would be the most hazardous, said Klaus Stohr, chief flu expert at the World Health Organization, which is coordinating the tests.. ...
Scott City wins showdown with Portageville in OT (02/25/04)
Scott City 67, Portageville 66 OT Portageville7 10 15 17 7 -- 66 Scott City 14 12 16 17 8 -- 67 PORTAGEVILLE (66) -- Antonio Scott 20, Ramone Kershaw 4, Jordan Penn 3, Willie Hassell 32, Jimmy Larry 3. FG 27 FT 5-9 F 16 (3-pointers: Hassell 5, Larry 1, Penn 1. Fouled out: Kershaw)...
Perryville routs Ste. Gen. (02/25/04)
The Perryville girls basketball team jumped ahead early and cruised to a 75-34 victory over Ste. Genevieve on Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 4 District 1 tournament at Notre Dame Regional High School. Perryville (19-6) led 32-3 after the first quarter...
Jackson boys end Central's season with a 49-41 victory (02/25/04)
The third meeting between Central and Jackson's boys' basketball teams Tuesday night at the Farmington Civic Center was as much about who was not in the lineup as who was. With the Tigers missing three starters who were suspended for the season several weeks ago, Jackson had to play without its main offensive threat, Tyler McNeely, who was out with a back injury...
Indians will try to track down first win at ASU (02/25/04)
Despite being trounced during a season-opening three-game series at Oklahoma over the weekend, Southeast Missouri State University baseball coach Mark Hogan still likes the potential of his inexperienced team. The Indians -- who were outscored 28-8 in Norman, Okla. -- will take another crack at their initial win of the year today when they visit Arkansas State (3-4) for a 3 p.m. first pitch...
Tigers drop Cowboys in a wild 2OT shootout (02/25/04)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri surrendered a nine-point lead in the final 3:08 of regulation, but Arthur Johnson's free throws with 30.3 seconds left in the second overtime gave the Tigers a 93-92 victory Tuesday night over sixth-ranked Oklahoma State. Hundreds of fans stormed the court to celebrate when a last-second jumper by Oklahoma State's John Lucas bounced off the rim, giving the Tigers (14-10, 8-5 Big 12) their fifth straight win and putting them back in contention for an NCAA tournament berth.. ...
Slumping Blues fire Quenneville (02/25/04)
ST. LOUIS -- The Blues fired coach Joel Quenneville on Tuesday and replaced him with assistant Mike Kitchen. Quenneville, the winningest coach in franchise history and the NHL's coach of the year for the 1999-2000 season, was let go as the Blues scrambled to avoid missing the playoffs for the first time in 25 years...
Indians will try to track down first win at ASU (02/25/04)
JUPITER, Fla. -- The competition for a new St. Louis Cardinals second baseman is wide open, manager Tony La Russa said Tuesday. Veterans Bo Hart, Marlon Anderson and Brent Butler, as well as rookie Hector Luna are in the running for the job. La Russa will get his first look at his team today, when the club holds its first full team practice at the Roger Dean Stadium training complex...
Salukis win 15th straight (02/25/04)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Darren Brooks had 14 points and hit a late jumper to lead No. 16 Southern Illinois to its 15th straight victory, 68-60 Tuesday night against Creighton. Southern Illinois (23-2, 16-0 Missouri Valley) has already won the conference title, its third straight. The Salukis are two wins away from finishing with a perfect record in the league for the first time in school history...
Sports briefs 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
Baseball Luis Martinez was released from police custody Tuesday after being cleared in a shooting that left a man hospitalized. The left-hander, claimed by St. Louis on Monday off waivers from Milwaukee, planned to leave the Dominican Republic by today for spring training in Jupiter, Fla. Prosecutors did not file charges after police concluded Martinez, 24, shot the man twice in self-defense...
Fish recipes to try during Lenten season (02/25/04)
As we begin this season of Lent in the Christian faith, many will be enjoying fish and meatless foods today as well as on Fridays throughout Lent. It is customary for Catholics to have their fish on Friday, but as a Protestant, I can remember having fish on Friday when I was still in school. Then as I entered the work force, we have fish on many Fridays all year long, and not just during Lent...
Farewell to 'Sex and the City' (02/25/04)
The glow of female-owned televisions tuned to the "Sex and the City" finale on Sunday night probably could be seen from space. Every woman I asked said she planned to be in front of the tube, and most of them also planned to be at some sort of get-together. Me? An estrogen fest in suburban Tampa, with 13 women packed into a living room where we drank champagne, ate chocolate fondue and said goodbye to Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha...
Succulent sushi (02/25/04)
Some wag has remarked, "In America we have a word for sushi: bait." Not anymore. Sushi is on a roll in this country, not just on the east and west coasts where patrons stand in line for hours at places like Nobu eagerly awaiting a raw deal, but even in the Midwest and in Southeast Missouri, where, thanks to wrap artists at Saffron Pan-Asian Restaurant in Cape Girardeau, it's holding its own against barbecued ribs and chicken-fried steak...
Roger Price Sr. (02/25/04)
THEBES, Ill. -- Roger Lee Price Sr., 63, of Marion, Ill., died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004, at Heartland Regional Medical Center in Marion. He was born Feb. 21, 1941, in Pulaski, Ill., son of Orville Otis Mize and Frieda Parmley. He married Carole Bishop, who died Nov. 10, 2002...
Evelyn Duvall (02/25/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Evelyn C. Duvall, 95, of Perryville died Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004, at the home of a son in Festus, Mo. She was born Dec. 31, 1908, in Perryville, daughter of Frank A. and Matilda Vogel Schulte. She married Robert I. Duvall, who died in February 2000...
Jennings Stone (02/25/04)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Jennings "Toby" Stone, 79, of Jonesboro died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at Jonesboro Healthcare Center. He was born March 17, 1924, in Jonesboro, son of Albert L. and Mary A. Smith Stone. Stone was a member of Ware Baptist Church in Ware, Ill...
Ellis Haertling (02/25/04)
FROHNA, Mo. -- Ellis Haertling, 68, of Frohna died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. McCombs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Harley Bowman (02/25/04)
Harley A. Bowman, 89, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at Life Care Center. He was born Sept. 20, 1914, in Cape Girardeau County, son of George W. and Rosa A. Haynes Bowman. He and Fay L. Cochrane were married March 12, 1971, in Jackson. She died April 29, 1990...
Mae Jones (02/25/04)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Mae Audrey Jones, 47, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at Missouri Delta Medical Center. She was born March 11, 1956, in Bell City, Mo., daughter of Leo and Rose Ramsey. She graduated in 1975 from Bell City High School and was a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Sikeston. In 1988, she married Johnny W. Jones. He died Sept. 17, 1990...
Leo Combs (02/25/04)
Leo Edward Combs, 95, of Jackson passed away Sunday, Feb. 22, 2004, at Monticello House, where he had lived since last September. He was born May 5, 1908, in Fredericktown, Mo., son of John H. and Eva Miller Combs. He and Mable N. Noblin were married Nov. 17, 1930, in St. Louis. She passed away April 4, 1984...
Eula Sides (02/25/04)
Eula Sides, 86, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Nov. 15, 1917, in Advance, Mo., daughter of Marion and Edith Winchester Stuckey. She and Thomas L. Sides were married Feb. 24, 1945, in Hernando, Miss. He died April 6, 1984...
Alma Rhodes (02/25/04)
Alma Norene Rhodes, 78, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Jan. 8, 1926, at Grand Tower, Ill., daughter of Thomas Benjamin and Grace Pearl Virge Hager. She first married James Howard McDowell in February 1941 at Benton, Mo. He died Dec. 14, 1992. She married Clarence "Buck" Summers, who died in 1971. She later married the Rev. Alonzo Rhodes, who died March 29, 1993...
Margaret Hughes (02/25/04)
GLENALLEN, Mo. -- Margaret Beatrice Hughes, 99, of Glenallen died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at Stonecrest Health Care in Viburnum, Mo. She was born Feb. 28, 1904, in Dover, Tenn., daughter of Herman and Ellen Hildreth Reynolds. She and Virgil E. Hughes were married June 30, 1922, in Granite City, Ill. He died Feb. 11, 1984...
Doris Hayes (02/25/04)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Doris M. Hayes, 72, of Jonesboro died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at her home. She was born June 4, 1931, in Jonesboro, daughter of W.F. "Buck" and Marie Garrett Newton. She and Bob Hayes were married Aug. 8, 1970, in Cape Girardeau...
Ann Forker (02/25/04)
OLMSTED, Ill. -- Ann Forker, 83, of Lincoln Park, Mich., died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2004, at Heartland Health Care Center in Allen Park, Mich. She was born Jan. 23, 1921, in the state of New York, daughter of Peter and Louise Nasier Decker. She and Paul C. Forker were married Sept. 8, 1946...
Births 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
Kiefer Daughter to Shane Edward and Jennifer Marie Kiefer of Jackson, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 9:55 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, 2004. Name, Jordan Marie. Weight, 7 pounds 2 ounces. Third child, second daughter. Mrs. Kiefer is the former Jennifer Schaaf, daughter of Chris and Jean Schaaf of Friedheim, Mo. She is a nurse at Southeast Hospital. Kiefer is the son of Richard and Linda Kiefer of Perryville, Mo. He is a nurse at St. Francis Medical Center...
Cape police report 02/25/04 (02/25/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Chad W. Volger, 36, of 17120 Delhi Farms Road, Jerseyville, Ill., was arrested Monday on a Madison County, Ill., warrant for probation violation...
Cape fire report 02/25/04 (02/25/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded Monday to the following items: At 4:36 p.m., motor vehicle accident at Whitener and West End Boulevard. At 8:08 p.m., emergency medical service at 224 S. Lorimier, No. 8 At 8:56 p.m., emergency medical service at 911 S. Sprigg...
Out of the past 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
10 years ago: Feb. 25, 1994 The Southeast Missourian publishes its 1994 Progress edition; newspaper has published edition detailing area achievements every year since 1937. Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau is expected to crest 2 feet above flood stage on Sunday; no serious flooding occurs at that stage, but rising river has stopped construction of new section of Fayville levee near Olive Branch, Ill...
Meth tax would help law agencies (02/25/04)
By John Jordan As the war against methamphetamine rages in Missouri, law enforcement agencies across the state continue to struggle for funding to fight daily battles that occur in their jurisdictions. While there are success stories in the form of federal dollars, there are still numerous law enforcement agencies that receive no assistance at all...
Quotes in the news 2/25/04 (02/25/04)
"For too many years, taxpayer money has been chopped to ribbons by the gold-plated rotors of this overpriced boondoggle." -- Keith Ashdown, vice president of policy at Taxpayers for Common Sense, on the Army's annoucement that it was abandoning its Comanche helicopter program....
Highway funding (02/25/04)
A battle appears to be brewing in Washington between Congress and the White House over how much money states truly need to fix the nation's highways, bridges and operate mass transit systems. The Senate passed a $318 billion highway bill last week that would replace the existing funding program that ends this month. The Bush administration said it only wants to spend $256 billion on highways because the nation faces a record-setting deficit...
Proposal seeks good school ideas (02/25/04)
To the editor: Your 2003 Cape Girardeau School District numbers contradict the numbers published by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. You say in 2003 our 23 administrators were paid 4.3 percent of the $32 million budget, or an average of $59,826 to each one. DESE reports the average Cape administrator made $65,244...
Cottonwood deserves to stay open (02/25/04)
To the editor: As was discussed in the recent article by Marc Powers, "Cottonwood back in the budget: Whether it stays is uncertain," the Missouri Legislature continues work on finalizing appropriations bills, but the fate of Cottonwood Treatment Center is still unknown...
Speak Out 02/25/04 (02/25/04)
County interference I SEE that Cape Girardeau County is at it again. County officials can't keep their noses out of our business. This time it's our septic tanks. The county recently dropped the three-acre rule for septic tank installation. Why can't we follow the state guidelines? Everything was working just fine. ...
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