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World briefs 9/26/04 (09/26/04)
Rising violence a threat to Afghan election KABUL, Afghanistan-- U.S.-led forces trying to protect landmark Afghan elections face a rising wave of violence from about 2,000 insurgents, including al-Qaida militants slipping in from Pakistan, an American general said Saturday. ...
Governor signs law to protect potluck dinners (09/26/04)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Church groups and charitable organizations can continue serving finger sandwiches and casseroles without fear of "government intrusion," officials said Friday. Gov. Rod Blagojevich signed legislation that allows free potluck dinners to be held without state or local health inspections. The legislation lifts the usual health rules for potlucks that don't charge a fee and aren't held on public property...
Nation briefs 9/26 (09/26/04)
Research discoveries earn Lasker awards NEW YORK -- A researcher who turned cataract surgery into a brief outpatient procedure and three scientists who illuminated how some hormones and vitamins act on the body's cells have won prestigious medical awards. ...
Author offers adventure to budding writers (09/26/04)
At the age that most children are not even beginning to think about what they want to do for a living, Gordon Korman was on the road to becoming a young adult novelist. Korman, who is holding an adventure writing workshop in Cape Girardeau Sept. 28, wrote and published his first book, "This Can't Be Happening at McDonald Hall," at age 14, thanks to an English teacher...
Sergeant to speak at Weiss Lecture (09/26/04)
Chief Master Sgt. David Popp of Hickman Air Force Base, Hawaii, will present the annual Weiss Lecture on Oct. 7 at Southeast Missouri State University. The lecture will be at 7 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. Hickman will discuss "Being a Leader in the 21st Century." The presentation is free...
Happy to play on any stage (09/26/04)
Gary Graf of Chaffee, Mo., didn't care that his band performed on stage before a small crowd in downtown Cape Girardeau Saturday afternoon. For Graf, lead guitarist in the local band Richard's Nixon, the fun was in performing at the City of Roses Music Festival. Friends and other band members showed up to cheer on the group...
Otahkians lose at Tennessee Tech (09/26/04)
Southeast Missouri State University's volleyball team fell to 0-2 in Ohio Valley Conference play with a 30-25, 34-32, 28-30, 30-28 loss at Tennessee Tech on Saturday. Jill Miller had 21 kills and 10 digs to lead the Otahkians (1-11). Jackson graduate Jessica Koeper had 17 kills and led the Otahkians with 22 digs. Jamie Baumstark had 17 digs and 53 assists...
Cape teachers collecting books for library on Sprigg Street (09/26/04)
Cape Girardeau teachers are determined to raise reading test scores, so much so that they are going outside the classroom to do it. Now they are asking the public to do the same. On Oct. 23, the Community Teachers Association will be holding a book drive for this year's annual Make A Difference Day. The goal is to turn an empty room in the Family Resource Center into a library where Cape Girardeau children can come to read...
Southeast wins in 4 OTs (09/26/04)
It's not often a football team wins a game when allowing an opposing player to rack up almost 500 yards of total offense. But then Saturday night's Ohio Valley Conference opener at Houck Stadium was not your average football game. Far from it as Southeast Missouri State University squeezed out an improbable 51-48 victory in four overtimes before an announced crowd of 7,112. Both squads are 1-3 overall...
School group to launch new fund campaign (09/26/04)
There's a 4-foot-long blank check propped up above Angie Bender's desk at the Cape Girardeau School Board office. There's no name on the "pay to the order of" line, no amount written in the dollar box. Yet. In four months, Bender will begin filling in names and amounts and traveling to classrooms in the Cape Girardeau School District to present the check to teachers...
Commerce celebrates river roots; Illmo marks 100 years (09/26/04)
Although it is now part of Scott City, Illmo celebrated its centennial Saturday at the Schock Community Arts Building, combining the old with the young. To the southeast, Commerce, Mo., held its eighth annual Floodfest, a celebration of the town's roots...
Amendment 3 would dedicate money for state highway bonds (09/26/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- In an effort to provide the Missouri Department of Transportation with additional money without a tax increase four years ago, state lawmakers authorized the agency to sell up to $2.25 billion in bonds to finance more road and bridge construction projects...
Reallocation of motor vehicle taxes began in 1979 (09/26/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- While Amendment 3 foes point out that moving money out of general revenue and into transportation will leave less money to go around for other state agencies than otherwise would be the case, there is precedent for the action...
Saint Francis' Fitness Plus draws thousands to two-day open hou (09/26/04)
Area residents gazed at the new treadmills, the spacious locker rooms and the three pools during Saturday's open house at Saint Francis Medical Center's new Fitness Plus. "I can't get over how pretty it is," said Margaret Buelow of Cape Girardeau after she toured the two-story fitness center and integrated occupational and physical therapy areas...
Barbarian sword fighters battle it out in Sedalia park (09/26/04)
SEDALIA, Mo. -- Swinging swords with both arms, Alan Willis, 40, hopped from foot to foot as he fought off two attackers. "Kill him," a bystander yelled seconds before Willis reached past the sword of one attacker, his son Ryan, 13, and stabbed him in the chest...
Teen runs away to Scotland on parents' credit card (09/26/04)
ST. LOUIS -- A teenager who clandestinely traveled to Scotland last weekend on her parents' credit card needed to get away from the stress of school, home and extracurricular activities, her father said. Jingwen "Wendy" Chen, 15, of Rolla ran away from home last weekend and was gone for two days before her parents discovered she was missing...
Hypnotherapy brings life changes to many (09/26/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Hypnosis may bring to mind people quacking like a duck or performing a strip tease for entertainment, but the act may do much more. Mid-Missourians are making life changes through hypnotherapy, and it's a serious business. Kathy VanHooser, 52, found out she had a severe case of text anxiety when she began nursing school...
Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota tempt Bush, worry Kerry (09/26/04)
LA CROSSE, Wis. -- In 2000, political pundits summed up the race in three words: Florida, Florida, Florida. Here's three words to consider this fall: Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. The trio of upper Mississippi River states narrowly backed Vice President Al Gore in 2000 and are, if anything, slightly more Republican four years later, raising the possibility that Democratic Sen. ...
Crash story unfolds as deaths mourned, survival celebrated (09/26/04)
KALISPELL, Mont. -- When the fog rolls into the mountains of western Montana, all a pilot can do is climb and hope nothing emerges from the clouds in his path. Last week, something did, and all five people aboard a small plane were given up for dead...
Jeanne bears down on Florida (09/26/04)
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Hurricane Jeanne got stronger, bigger and faster as it battered the Bahamas and bore down on Florida Saturday, sending huge waves crashing onto beaches and forcing thousands into shelters just weeks after Frances ravaged this area. The hurricane officially made landfall late Saturday near Stuart...
Taxidermy teacher gets Smithsonian specimens (09/26/04)
CORINNA, Maine -- A teacher leading one of the nation's only high school taxidermy courses has come a long way since he once stopped to pick up road kill: Now he's getting specimens from the Smithsonian. Howard Whitten, a Nokamis Regional High School science teacher, convinced the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., to donate $1 million worth of stuffed and mounted animals, tanned and frozen hides, skulls and frozen specimens...
Hurricane's death toll tops 1,500 in Haiti (09/26/04)
The death toll from Tropical Storm Jeanne shot up to an estimated 1,500 Saturday, with hundreds of Haitians still missing as a thunderstorm drenched the homeless who are living on rooftops and sidewalks. U.N. peacekeepers said they were sending reinforcements to help keep order among desperate survivors who have been looting aid trucks and mobbing food distribution centers...
U.S. strikes kill 15 in Fallujah (09/26/04)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- U.S. warplanes, tanks and artillery repeatedly hit at Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's terror network in the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah on Saturday, while two British Muslim leaders came to Baghdad to try to convince his followers to release a British hostage...
Credibility questions bedevil Iraq vote in January (09/26/04)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Plans for holding Iraqi national elections in January elicit growing skepticism among many Iraqis who question whether balloting can be free and fair so long as the Americans wield such vast influence over the country. Mounting violence has already delayed the elections for months. ...
Central wins by one for first 'W' (09/26/04)
ST. LOUIS -- When does an extra point actually mean something? When it's the difference between your first win of the season and a three-hour ride home on a hot bus wondering what could have been. The Cape Central football team had to wait four weeks before wrapping up its first win. Without a stellar defensive effort and one extra point, it still would be waiting. Central was able to hold off Normandy in a 19-18 defensive slugfest at McCluer South on Saturday afternoon...
ND soccer falls to Westminster (09/26/04)
Fans attending Notre Dame's soccer game Saturday against visiting Westminster Christian may have thought they were at a rugby match with the amount of elbows and shoulders thrown in a 2-1 overtime win by Westminster. "It was very physical," Notre Dame coach Brad Wittenborn said...
FanSpeak Sept26 (09/26/04)
Mixed message I WOULD like to tell you about a flaw in your stats for the Jackson football team from the Sept. 18 article. You reported that Jason Meystedt had 42 receiving yards, but in the article it reported Joey Starke threw to Meystedt for a 43-yard pass. I'm just wondering how Meystedt lost a yard in his stats?...
St. Louis moves to 50 games over .500 (09/26/04)
DENVER -- It doesn't seem to matter what lineup the St. Louis Cardinals throw out there. Playing without four regulars and using relievers from start to finish, the Cardinals beat the Colorado Rockies 10-6 on Saturday. John Mabry hit a three-run homer, Roger Cedeno added a disputed two-run shot and the Cardinals had 11 hits to go 50 games over .500 for the first time since 1944 (105-49)...
Rams' Cleeland relishes chance to line up against Saints (09/26/04)
ST. LOUIS -- After 2001, the NFL broke up the Rams-Saints rivalry. Not that the time that has passed since the Saints moved from the NFC West to the South in realignment has diminished any of the heat surrounding the series. Just ask Rams tight end Cam Cleeland, who played in New Orleans from 1998 to 2001 and has bitter memories of his days there...
Mayfield needs a good finish at Dover (09/26/04)
DOVER, Del. -- Jeremy Mayfield isbadly in need of a great finish today at Dover International Speedway after bad luck a week earlier made him a long shot to win the Nextel Cup championship. That's the bad news. The good news is he'll have a great chance to recoup lost points as a front-row starter in the MBNA America 400...
Singh maintains lead (09/26/04)
Vijay Singh's ability to turn bad lies into good shots helped him to an even-par 72 that kept him in the 84 Lumber Classic lead on Saturday. Singh finished at 12-under 204 to lead Chris DiMarco by two shots and Jonathan Byrd and Matt Gogel by three. Heavy fog shrouded the Mystic Rock mountaintop course in Farmington, Pa., for the third straight morning, forcing a delay in play and the decision to go out in threesomes...
Purdue turns back Illinois (09/26/04)
Kyle Orton passed for 366 yards and four touchdowns, and Taylor Stubblefield caught 11 passes for 115 yards to lead Purdue to a 38-30 win over Illinois on Saturday in Champaign, Ill. Orton completed 35 of 50 passes and was not intercepted for the third straight game. He had scoring passes of 2, 5 and 34 yards to Stubblefield and 49 yards to Brandon Jones for the Boilermakers (3-0)...
Bryant wins bass event on Wappapello (09/26/04)
Special to the Southeast Missourian Kevin Bryant of Cape Girardeau won the Bass Busters of Southeast Missouri tournament held Sept. 18 at Lake Wappapello. Bryant made good use of the active morning feeding period and had his bag of fish by 10 a.m. He spent his time focused on early morning fall shad patterns. ...
Southeast's win shows positive signs (09/26/04)
As a Southeast Missouri State University football fan, you just had to believe that your team wasn't as bad as the first three games of the season seemed to suggest. You just had to think that the Indians were floundering primarily because they had faced one of the nation's toughest nonconference schedules and would get their act together once they started playing squads more on their level...
Area calendar (09/26/04)
Basketball Officials meeting: The Cape Girardeau Area Basketball Officials Association will meet 6 p.m. Wednesday at River Eagle Distributing. Optimist basketball: The Jackson Optimist boys basketball program will begin its 55th year. Registration is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at Main Street Fitness in Jackson. Program open to boys in grades 3 to 7. Info: Ken Schaper, 204-7029, or Mike Cracraft, 243-8810...
Area digest Sept26 (09/26/04)
Kelpe, Huston top field at fifth annual Keller run Bryan Kelpe of Cape Girardeau finished first among all runners Saturday in the fifth annual Vicky Keller Remembrance Run. Kelpe, competing in the 25-29 age division, covered the 5.35-mile old Riverfest course in 30 minutes and 50 seconds, winning by more than four minutes...
Delightfully decorated, simply stylish (09/26/04)
Decorating a house means walking a fine line between being tasteful and boring, artistic and garish. The homeowners at 2129 Yorktown in Cape Girardeau seemed to have found just the right balance in their decorating style. The ranch-style house has interesting architecture features that set it apart from others in the neighborhood. The house has varying roof and ceiling lines, twin arches at its entrance and Palladian-style windows that preserves the building's classic beginnings...
Fall foliage (09/26/04)
NEW YORK -- There's nothing prettier than the canopies and carpets of colored leaves of autumn in New England. Connoisseurs of the season fill the region's bed-and-breakfasts; lines form at roadside stands promising hot cider, and crowds jostle at pick-your-own pumpkin fields and apple orchards...
Completing the circle (09/26/04)
Soft music plays in the background at the downtown storefront where beautiful artwork and weavings greet visitors. Step inside Cherokee Trails, an art and gift shop in the 800 block of Broadway, to see some of the hand-carved wooden bowls or signed prints and you've also paid a visit to the region's only American Indian Center...
Can the Delta's blues reel in passing tourists? (09/26/04)
GREENWOOD, Miss. -- In the Mississippi Delta, life is never far from the blues -- a challenge and an opportunity for those promoting tourism here. Already, millions of people visit, drawn by nine casino resorts in Tunica County that pump more than $2 billion a year into the region's economy...
Marriage of mayor, city manager puts some town leaders on edge (09/26/04)
CRAMERTON, N.C. -- The mayor and the town manager plan an unusual mixing of the branches of municipal government. Mayor Cathy Biles and Town Manager David Young are scheduled to marry Oct. 1, and not all of the town's leaders are happy about it. "I'm not saying they need my permission, but there's definitely a line of do's and don'ts in the business world and they have crossed it," said Commissioner Ronnie Murphy...
Smithsonian opens new American Indian museum (09/26/04)
~ Smithsonian Magazine for The Associated Press The Métis of western Canada know a thing or two about traveling. Descendants from Europeans and the native people they encountered while trading furs in the 18th century, the Métis and their culture were literally born on the move...
Dan Rather's future is a complicated question (09/26/04)
NEW YORK -- In Kansas City, Mo., it's Kirk Black's job to answer for Dan Rather. The station manager of KCTV, like his colleagues at many other CBS affiliates, is facing a flood of calls and e-mails from viewers angry at Dan Rather for relying on apparently fake documents to suggest President Bush's National Guard service record was less than stellar...
Does 'ER' need a ratings transfusion? (09/26/04)
LOS ANGELES -- "Without a Trace" scored an unprecedented win over "ER," becoming the first drama to beat an original episode of the long-running NBC medical drama in total viewers. In the Thursday night showdown, the CBS crime drama drew 21.5 million viewers, compared with 19.7 million for "ER" in the 9 p.m. Central time slot, according to Nielsen Media Research figures released Friday...
Billy Pittman (09/26/04)
Billy Wayne Pittman, 63, of Jackson died Friday, Sept. 24, 2004, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 20, 1941, in Cape Girardeau, son of Metford and Dorothy Bond Pittman. He and Beccie Sue McKeown were married May 31, 1964, at Spartanburg, S.C...
Bernice Urhahn (09/26/04)
Bernice P. Urhahn, 87, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Sept. 24, 2004, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Feb. 18, 1917, in Ancell, Mo., daughter of Otto and Adeline Hess Blattel. She and Ervin Urhahn were married Feb. 25, 1936, at Kelso, Mo. He died Nov. 24, 1985...
Morris Waller (09/26/04)
Chief Master Sgt. Morris Waller, 22, of Hayti, Mo., died Feb. 3, 1966, in the Quang Tri Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam. He was born Feb. 9, 1943, in Newport, Ark. Waller was a 1962 graduate of Hayti High School. He was a member of Hayti First Baptist Church...
Mabel Davenport (09/26/04)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Mabel M. Davenport, 86, of Marble Hill passed away Friday, Sept. 24, 2004, at Monticello House in Jackson. The daughter of Sterling and Emma Crader Stroder, Mabel was born March 1, 1918, in the Hickory Grove community in Cape Girardeau County...
Howard Shelton (09/26/04)
Howard G. Shelton, 72, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Puxico, Mo., died on Thursday at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born on March 19, 1932, at Malden, Mo. He lived in Puxico for many years. He was a member of Puxico VFW Post 7822, the First United Methodist Church in Puxico and the Lions Club...
Carl Hubbs (09/26/04)
ANNA, Ill. -- Carl A. Hubbs, 86, of Anna died Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004, at the Illinois Veterans Home in Anna. He was born on Nov. 17, 1917, at Anna, the son of William Walter and Annie Belle Johnson Hubbs. He married Mary Rendleman on Aug. 2, 1941. She died on Jan. 5, 2004...
William Allison (09/26/04)
HAZEL GREEN, Ala. -- William "Bill" Lawson Allison, 84, of Hazel Green, formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Friday, Sept. 24, 2004. He was born Aug. 30, 1920. Allison was a Navy submariner veteran of World War II. He graduated from Lambuth College in Jackson, Tenn. ...
Ralph Hester (09/26/04)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Ralph Hester, 86, of Bloomfield died Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004, at Methodist Hospital North in Memphis, Tenn. He was born Sept. 3, 1918, at Bloomfield, son of Charley L. and Eva Lena Stevens Hester. He and Erma Deloris Cooper were married March 17, 1951, in Piggott, Ark. She preceded him in death Dec. 20, 1997...
Gary Hendrickson (09/26/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Gary W. Hendrickson, 50, of St. Petersburg, Fla., died Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2004, in a motor vehicle accident 6 miles north of Delta. He was born Jan. 2, 1954, at Advance, Mo., son of Verlan "Bud" and Jane Simpkiss Hendrickson. He was self-employed and a veteran of the U.S. Navy...
Births 9/26/04 (09/26/04)
Heffner Son to John Joseph Heffner and Kathryn LouEllen Ferguson of Scott City, Saint Francis Medical Center, 12:46 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2004. Name, Clarence John. Weight, 8 pounds 6 ounces. Second child, first son. Ms. Ferguson is the former Kathryn Coulson, daughter of Charlene Coulson of Hannibal, Mo. Heffner is the son of Nancy Heffner of Scott City. He is employed by Ladybug Mowing...
Garner-Burnett (09/26/04)
Alexis Nicole Garner and James Robert Burnett were married May 14, 2004, at Deerfield Lodge in Cape Girardeau. Richard Combs performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Gary and Peggy Garner of Jackson and LuAnn Garner of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The groom is the son of Robert and Rosalie Burnett of Jackson...
McClanahan-Dambach (09/26/04)
St. Andrew Lutheran Church was the setting Aug. 14, 2004, for the wedding of Amy Dawn McClanahan and Marcus Lee Dambach. The Rev. Paul Short performed the ceremony. Soloist was Joan Dambach of Cape Girardeau, sister-in-law of the groom. The bride is the daughter of Patrick McClanahan of Pocahontas and Jean McClanahan of Jackson. The groom is the son of Ed and Judy Dambach of Cape Girardeau...
Wagoner-McClard (09/26/04)
Laura Beth Wagoner and Lance Christian McClard exchanged vows July 24, 2004, at Centenary United Methodist Church. Dr. Clayton Smith performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Phillip and Leta Wagoner of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Richard and Rebecca McClard of Jackson...
DeClue-Renfroe (09/26/04)
Stacey Leigh DeClue and Ricky Lee Renfroe were united in marriage Aug. 21, 2004, at St. Mary's Cathedral. Monsignor Richard Rolwing performed the ceremony. Organist was Leanne Hendrix of Cape Girardeau, and soloist was Amy Farrar of Raleigh, N.C. Parents of the bride are Larry DeClue of Cape Girardeau and Judy DeClue of Jackson. The groom is the son of Ricky and Brenda Renfroe of Cape Girardeau...
Hausafus-Essner (09/26/04)
KELSO, Mo. -- Walter and Sharon Hausafus of Dow, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Nicole Hausafus, to Scott Joseph Essner, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Jerome and Beverly Essner of Kelso. Hausafus is a 1997 graduate of Jersey Community High School in Jerseyville, Ill., and received a doctor of pharmacy degree in 2003 from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. She is a staff pharmacist with Schnucks Markets in Cahokia, Ill...
Moore-Becker (09/26/04)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- J. and Kathy Moore of Advance announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Nicole Moore, to Kyle Jedrich Becker. He is the son of Jerry Becker and Erika Hamilton of Cape Girardeau. Moore is a 1999 graduate of Advance High School, and a graduate of Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences in Cape Girardeau. ...
Hodge-Kubie (09/26/04)
Cherie Rhea Hodge and Scott Richard Kubie announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Nancy Witvoet of Cape Girardeau and Floyd Hodge of Arvada, Colo. Kubie is the son of Richard and Mary Jo Kubie of Blair, Neb. Hodge is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis. She is employed by Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha, Neb...
Fire report 09/26/04 (09/26/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items on Friday: At 6:56 a.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of South Lorimier Street. At 7:24 a.m., emergency medical service on Prospect Drive. At 9:52 a.m., emergency medical service in the 2800 block of Bloomfield Road...
Police report 9/26/04 (09/26/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Saturday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Heather Horton, 22, of Chaffee, Mo., was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant charging contempt of court. Timothy Dickison, 25, of 1721 Cape Meadows, No. 13, was arrested on a Cape Girardeau County warrant charging nonsupport...
Out of the past 9/26/04 (09/26/04)
10 years ago: Sept. 26, 1994 Charter Review Committee proposes 11 amendments to Cape Girardeau's city charter, many of them dealing with city finances; amendments include creation of ethics commission and term limits for mayor and council posts. Southeast Missouri State University free safety Greg Klund had career football game Saturday night as Indians defeated Tennessee-Martin 10-0 at Houck Stadium; Klund, sophomore, intercepted three passes to tie school record...
Kerry's campaign shakeup isn't enough to save him (09/26/04)
John Kerry's recent shakeup of his campaign illustrates his larger problem: He is playing a simple game of checkers, while President Bush is playing a subtle game of chess. Edging aside Bob Shrum and promoting former Clinton spokesmen Mike McCurry and Joe Lockhart to key positions in the campaign replaces a flawed strategist -- Shrum -- with two able, but limited, tacticians. ...
World issues (09/26/04)
Speeches last week by President Bush (to the United Nations) and Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi (to a joint session of Congress) stressed unified themes: the fight against terrorism will be a long one, and progress is being made in Iraq, As could be expected in a year when American politics are focused on a hard-fought presidential campaign, John Kerry and his supporters claimed Bush was sugar-coating U.S. accomplishments in Iraq...
Action threatens residents on rivers (09/26/04)
To the editor: Recent actions by U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns of Montana to "share the pain" of drought conditions in the Missouri River basin reflect a glaring ignorance of the facts and a total disregard for the impact with lower flows would have on downstream citizens...
Speak Out 09/26/04 (09/26/04)
She has true grit HOORAY FOR Emily Hendricks in Voices of 2Morrow. Sounds like she has true grit. In today's world it's good to see a young person recognize the love and support of parents, grandparents and friends. It sounds like she's come a long way. Thank you for putting this in the paper...
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