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Stories from Monday, February 14, 2005

Art openings create community energy (02/14/05)
The first Friday of each month is the night for art as people skip the movies and join hundreds of others at opening exhibits in the growing number of art galleries in Cape Girardeau and surrounding cities. They are trading in their popcorn for cheese and crackers as they muse over the newly unveiled photographs, paintings, sculptures and other art forms...
Job as housing director requires business acumen (02/14/05)
Tell Kelly Burris Wesener that overseeing Residence Life at Southeast Missouri State University to akin to running a small business, and she'll quickly disagree. "It's like running a big business," said Burris Wesener, who has been Southeast's director of Residence Life since November 2003...
Doctors eliminate paper trail with new technology (02/14/05)
It used to be that a patient got an X-ray and several specialists needed copies of the image for their files, which took time and money on the part of radiologists as well as storage space in hospitals and offices. But now, with digital imaging, medical facilities can share the same image simply by viewing it on a computer. Patients won't see any difference in their care, but doctors can work more efficiently...
Financial planning helps area couple meet their goals (02/14/05)
Ernie and Elizabeth Farmer weren't very concerned about retirement when they married in 1981. Ernie taught history at Southeast Missouri State University, while Liz worked as a caseworker for the Division of Family Services. Both were working on advanced degrees -- Ernie Farmer on his doctorate, and Liz Farmer on her master's degree in counseling. Neither was focused on the future, especially when it came to their finances...
Setting the stage for selling downtown Cape Girardeau (02/14/05)
By The new director of Old Town Cape has his sights set on recruiting more businesses to downtown Cape Girardeau. Tim Arbeiter, 29, has been on the job for about two months. A soft-spoken optimist, Arbeiter thinks the downtown area is an increasingly attractive location both to businesses looking to locate in Cape Girardeau and to existing businesses...
Sikeston business parks, retail sites show growth (02/14/05)
In the seven months that Ed Dust has been director of the Sikeston Department of Economic Development, he has set some rather lofty goals. Dust aims to bring 100 to 200 new jobs to the city each year for the next five years. And he's well on his way, with some new jobs expected to arrive this spring...
Gannett director tries to get students excited about research (02/14/05)
Dr. Reggie Murphy has a simple message: Everyone is a researcher, whether they know it or not. Murphy, director of research services for the media firm Gannett Co. Inc., brought that message to Southeast Missouri State University on Sunday night as he spoke at the ninth annual Michael Davis Lecture, sponsored by the Department of Communication...
Cape Girardeau County business licenses (02/14/05)
Business licenses recorded at the Cape Girardeau Collector's Office from Jan. 8 through Feb. 1. Pharmacy Plus, 150 S. Mount Auburn Road, Suite 101, Cape Girardeau D&C Farm, Toys & Collectibles, 1032 Fern Lane, Altenburg Thorngate Limited Outlet Store, 10 N. Sprigg, Cape Girardeau...
Tax liens (02/14/05)
Cape Girardeau County Cape Girardeau County tax liens and lien discharges recorded at the office of Janet Robert, Cape Girardeau County recorder of deeds, during the month of January are filed by the Missouri Department of Revenue except as indicated by IRS designation. For more information contact the recorder's office at 243-8123...
Cape Girardeau building permits (02/14/05)
Commercial building permits recorded at the Cape Girardeau Division of Inspection Services Office during January. Hoener Associates Inc., 2527 William St. First State Community Bank new building $1,760,182 Pansing, Nolan, Matlock Ltd., 1701 Lacey Ave...
Bankruptcies during January 2005 (02/14/05)
Bankruptcies filed during the month of January for the Southeastern Division of the Eastern District of Missouri's U.S. Bankruptcy Court are listed below with their corresponding case number. The Southeastern Division includes the counties of Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard and Wayne. Court is held in Cape Girardeau...
Counterpoint: Malpractice proposals tip scales of justice (02/14/05)
The scales of justice in Jefferson City are swinging wildly out of balance. Proposals by Gov. Matt Blunt and legislative leaders will bias the court system heavily in favor of large corporations, professionals and the well-to-do and against the interests of average Missourians and their families...
Viewpoint: Governor proposes to take Missouri in a new direction (02/14/05)
Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt has been quick to outline his pro-business agenda after years of watching the state lose jobs as existing companies fled the state in droves or entrepreneurs opted to locate elsewhere in favor of more "business-friendly" states...
Fitness business continues to boom (02/14/05)
In its four years as a personal training studio, The Training Edge in Cape Girardeau has seen plenty of changes in how its clients want to exercise and shape their bodies. "Our niche is to be like a private studio," said Scott Hubbard. "People who come here don't want crowds and just want to be able to work out and not be harassed by people wanting to talk to them."...
Antiques offer investment opportunity (02/14/05)
For some antique collectors, like Don Harper, the items being collected have a greater personal value than monetary value. Others just like to specialize in collecting and selling particular items or types of antiques like glassware or vintage furniture...
Buchheit hopes Hunter will help with home center's branding (02/14/05)
Joyce Hunter corrected me almost immediately. She wasn't leaving the mall. "I'm leaving the Shoppingtown," she said, with a laugh. That's Joyce, always marketing. For the past 6 1/2 years, Hunter has been senior marketing director at Westfield Shoppingtown West Park. Most of us call it the mall, but not Joyce. In fact, if you've ever called it the mall around her, she's no doubt corrected you...
A fruitful financial future (02/14/05)
Certified financial planner Tim Blattner has seen a lot of clients during his more than 20 years serving as a financial adviser. Although his clients differ in age, income, and investment goals, he says they all have one thing in common. "They're looking for financial security and independence," said Blattner, who works with First Financial Services in Cape Girardeau...
New Eagle Scout class of 93 new members recognized at ceremony (02/14/05)
The area's Eagle Scout class of 2004 numbered 93 members. They were honored Saturday in a ceremony at Southeast Missouri State University's Academic Hall. ** Ozark Trailblazers Troop 404: James Ringwald Troop 423: Jacob Vogt Troop 432: Kyle Brenneke, Derek Crawford, Kyle Porter, Robert Pratte and Bradley Tritch...
Laborers of love (02/14/05)
Taking advantage of lulls on Sunday, some Cape Girardeau florists, restaurants and stores prepared for a busy Valentine's Day. At Toni's Flower House, Terry Jones and Mary Keller started working at 7 a.m. and were in the back room until 6 p.m. Jones stapled together a red ribbon, which will hang on a tree of mostly pink bows, awaiting the right floral arrangement. Keller stuck baby's breath into a bouquet of carnations...
Community Q&A 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
* Name: Rob Weeks...
Military digest 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Griffin ends basic training in U.S. Navy; Area soldiers help secure elections in Iraq
Perkins fire department volunteers plan breakfast (02/14/05)
Perkins fire department volunteers plan breakfast The 21st annual all-you-can-eat whole hog sausage and pancake breakfast will be held from 6 to 10 a.m. Feb. 26 at the Perkins, Mo., fire department. Children under 6 eat free. A 27-inch color TV will be given away...
Community digest 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Perspective drawing class offered by art guild; Chili supper, fine arts festival set for Thursday; Senior center raising money needed for move; Genealogy group plans working meeting; Test TV knowledge at Notre Dame trivia night; Charity golf tournament will raise funds for NASV
SEMO-NASV receives grant to upgrade communications (02/14/05)
A $2,000 SBC Foundation Excelerator Grant was recently awarded to SEMO Network Against Sexual Violence to upgrade communications and help the facility continue serving the needs of children and families in Southeast Missouri. SEMO-NASV offers services to people of all ages and genders, regardless of when the offense occurred, including on-site certified sexual assault forensic exams provided by nurse examiners to sexually abused children. ...
Area groups seek nominations for exceptional volunteers (02/14/05)
The United Way of Southeast Missouri and the Volunteer Intergenerational Center are accepting nominations for the 18th annual Volunteer Recognition Awards to distinguish and honor the exceptional volunteer efforts in Southeast Missouri. Developed to recognize the array of efforts contributed from numerous individuals and organizations that have significantly affected the community in the past year, this program encourages local agencies and organizations to recognize their outstanding volunteers through a nomination. ...
Abortion debate poised for revival (02/14/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The last two major restrictions on abortion to clear the Missouri Legislature required overrides of gubernatorial vetoes to enact. If lawmakers seek further limitations this year, they will have the full backing of Gov. Matt Blunt's administration...
Lawsuit limits go far beyond medical cases (02/14/05)
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. -- When Republicans talk about the need for new limits on injury lawsuits, the doctors typically are out front -- often literally in their white coats, not merely rhetorically. But some Democrats suggest the doctors are only a front -- sympathetic faces that mask the true effect of the legislation...
St. Louis salsa dancers get into serious Latin groove (02/14/05)
ST. LOUIS -- With apologies to the Postman's Creed, neither rain, nor snow, nor recent single-digit temperatures will keep hard-core salsa dancers from making a weekly trek to their favorite clubs. There, in the midst of writhing bodies, clouds of smoke and pounding rhythms, partners schooled in various Latin dances show off their expertise and one-upmanship before an appreciative crowd...
Region/state digest 02/14/05 (02/14/05)
Bollinger County holding flu vaccine clinic; East St. Louis fires 30 auxiliary police officers; Airport sees first upsurge in numbers since 9-11
Charity under fire for amount paid to fund-raising firm (02/14/05)
ST. LOUIS -- A foundation run by some of Missouri's top police officials spends only pennies of every dollar raised on its mission of helping youth and providing training for Missouri police officers, tax records show. The Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation employs a for-profit, Texas-based telemarketing company that keeps more than 80 percent of the donations. And most of the money the foundation keeps goes to pay for administrative costs...
Nation briefs 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Ore. man solicited suicides for five years; Gunman opens fire at upstate N.Y. mall; Attacker of pregnant woman 'obsessed'
Parents more involved in Marine recruiting (02/14/05)
ALGONQUIN, Ill. -- On a recruiting visit to a school in this Chicago suburb, Marine Staff Sgt. Jody Van Doorenmaalen asked a sophomore what popped into his parents' heads when they thought about him joining the Marines. "The only thing they think [is] I'm going to go to war and die," 16-year-old Nick Ambroziak replied...
More students are giving relationship classes the college try (02/14/05)
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Scott Hall wants to spark a discussion, so he asks his students something bound to provoke a reaction: Do women want more out of marriage than men? It's just the sort of conversation starter that's heard more often in college classrooms these days. Affairs of the heart -- love, relationships and marriage -- have gone from being an obsession outside class to the reason for class...
U.S. officials paid Iraq contractor $2 million cash in sack (02/14/05)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. officials in postwar Iraq paid a contractor by stuffing $2 million worth of crisp bills into his gunnysack and routinely made cash payments around Baghdad from a pickup truck, a former official with the U.S. occupation government says...
Pope well enough to bless crowd from studio Sunday (02/14/05)
VATICAN CITY -- Returning to the world's most storied pulpit for the first time since his hospitalization, Pope John Paul II addressed a sea of worshippers Sunday from his studio in St. Peter's Square and gave with his presence what no cardinal's words could deliver: a strong assurance that he's on the rebound...
U.N. chief calls for overhaul of world security system (02/14/05)
MUNICH, Germany -- U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan appealed Sunday for Europe and the United States to back a major overhaul of global security measures to combat terrorism, keep weapons of mass destruction from spreading and quell regional conflicts...
Scientists uneasy about Earth's 'lung,' the Amazon forest (02/14/05)
SANTAREM, Brazil -- As the light plane banked left, the smell of smoke reached the cockpit. The landscape below was an ashen green, the sun above an orange glow behind sooty billows of gray. The Amazon forest was burning, and it was more than a sign of human encroachment. It was also the sight and scent of a dangerous chemistry, of tons of carbon dioxide -- transformed from wood and leaf -- rising into air already loaded with it...
World briefs 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Building unstable after Spanish skyscraper fire; Blair says he's hungry for a third term in office; Weather allows search for crashed Afghan jetliner; Iran rejects European demands on nukes; Commander of submarine that ran aground fired; Australian terror suspect says U.S. abused him; China says it will push for talks with N. Korea
Despite religious restrictions, Saudis mark Valentine's Day (02/14/05)
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- In gift and flower shops across Saudi Arabia, the flush of red has started to fade. Each year shortly before Feb. 14, the country's religious police mobilize, heading out to hunt for -- and confiscate -- red roses, red teddy bears and any signs of a heart. In a country where Valentine's Day is banned, ordinary Saudis find they must skirt the law to spoil their sweetheart...
Sharon orders crackdown on Jewish extremists (02/14/05)
JERUSALEM -- Responding to death threats against government ministers, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ordered law enforcement agencies Sunday to crack down on Jewish extremists opposed to the planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. Cabinet ministers said the charged climate is reminiscent of the period before the 1995 assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was in peace negotiations with the Palestinians. ...
Shiites, Kurds big winners in Iraq's vote (02/14/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Clergy-backed Shiites and independence-minded Kurds swept to victory in Iraq's landmark elections, propelling to power the groups that suffered most under Saddam Hussein and forcing Sunni Arabs to the margins for the first time in modern history, according to final results released Sunday...
State gives experience to returning swimmers (02/14/05)
Notre Dame junior Jameson Kuper grabbed a third-place finish in one event Saturday at the boys swimming state meet, and he wasn't too far away from third in another. Kuper finished third in the 100-yard breaststroke and was seventh in the 200 freestyle...
Before Illinois could go 25-0, Weber had to win over players (02/14/05)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- The Assembly Hall is filled with 16,000 screaming basketball fans and the roar is almost deafening. Still, above the din Bruce Weber's raspy voice booms from the home team's bench. "MOOOVE! MOOOVE! LOOOTHER, MOOOOOVE!" shouts Weber as he urges guard Luther Head and his top-ranked Illinois teammates through their motion offense...
Smith sets two school records at Iowa St. Inv. (02/14/05)
Southeast Missouri State's Miles Smith broke two individual school records and was part of another at the Iowa State Invitational track and field meet in Ames, Iowa, on Friday and Saturday. Smith, a sophomore, finished fourth in the 200 at 21.42 seconds, nearly two tenths faster than the previous Southeast record. He also finished third in the 400 with a time of 46.61, breaking a 10-year-old record held by Terrance Branch...
Redhawks demonstrate fight in loss (02/14/05)
NEW ORLEANS, La. -- The Southeast Missouri State baseball team came home from a season-opening three-game series against Tulane University with an 0-3 record. That's not much of a surprise since the Green Wave is ranked in the top five of all four college baseball polls, including No. 1 in Baseball America...
Manning passes AFC to victory (02/14/05)
HONOLULU -- Peyton Manning was still at the peak of his game in the Pro Bowl, and Michael Vick showed he's only beginning the climb. Manning threw three touchdown passes to extend his career record in the NFL's all-star game, while Vick led the NFC to 17 points in a second-half comeback that fell short in the AFC's 38-27 victory Sunday...
If innocent, McGwire should bash back in court (02/14/05)
It's put up or shut up time for baseball's most suspected steroid users: Sue Jose Canseco for libel or stop the denials and evasions of his accusations that they juiced up just as he did. If they're all so innocent, they ought to join together in a lawsuit -- Baseball Hulks vs. Canseco and his publisher, HarperCollins...
Jarrett captures pole for Daytona 500 (02/14/05)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Dale Jarrett has heard the talk. The three-time Daytona 500 winner, coming off his first winless season since 1992, knows some people figure that at 48 years old he is no longer one of the drivers to beat. Don't bet on it. Jarrett, showing some of the flash that carried him to two previous poles at NASCAR's biggest event, beat out 56 other drivers Sunday in qualifying to take the top spot for next Sunday's season-opening Nextel Cup event...
Ex-Olympic gold medalist hits deputy in traffic stop (02/14/05)
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Olympic ski champion Bill Johnson was charged with assaulting an officer and resisting arrest after punching a sheriff's deputy in the face during a traffic stop, police said. Johnson was stopped in his pickup truck Friday by a Multnomah County sheriff's deputy and a suburban Troutdale police officer. When the officers approached, Johnson pulled out his 1984 gold medal and taunted them by saying, "You don't have one of these," police said...
Mickelson wins back to back on a wire to wire (02/14/05)
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Phil Mickelson should be used to this now, but he felt a strange sensation as he walked up the 18th fairway Sunday afternoon at Pebble Beach with a four-shot lead. His heart wasn't racing from the thrill of competition. He didn't need a dramatic shot, good or bad, that people would talk about for years. Heck, he could have pumped two balls into the Pacific Ocean and still won the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am...
Sports briefs 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Baseball...
U.S. second to none for generosity (02/14/05)
If you have a question, e-mail factorfiction@semissourian.com or call Speak Out (334-5111) and identify your call as a question for "Fact or fiction?" Q: There was a recent article where a writer made mention that the United States actually gives less as a nation than many of the other industrialized nations of the world. ...
Ray Charles' 'Genius' rules Grammys with eight trophies (02/14/05)
LOS ANGELES -- Ray Charles, whose rich musical legacy erased boundaries between genres and generations, received a fitting musical eulogy Sunday night as his final album, "Genius Loves Company," won a leading eight Grammys. "Genius Loves Company," a duets album recorded in the final months of his life, was the clear sentimental favorite. ...
Big River employees use company computers for video games (02/14/05)
It's a scene from your boss' worst nightmare. Row after row of employees sitting at their work stations but work a million miles away. They're not crunching numbers, meeting deadlines or selling services. In fact, they're laughing, joking and goofing off...
People on the move 02/14/05 (02/14/05)
Commerce Bank hires commercial loan officer; Cape man honored as sales manager of the year ; Marketing prof named outstanding educator; Sylvan names director for Washington center; Nursing professor receives teaching award ; Veterinarian gets top award at convention
Business memo 02/14/05 (02/14/05)
Kohl's to hire 150 workers for Cape store; Old Navy launches Women's Plus in Cape
Four classes of economic behavior (02/14/05)
There are four classes of behavior that can be called economic behavior. They are: production, consumption, exchange and specialization. The discussion of specialization will be left to the next article. Production is any behavior that creates utility, that is, raises the want-satisfying capacity of something. ...
Kerasotes may switch scenes (02/14/05)
Kerasotes Theaters is looking at a major upgrade for its Town Plaza Cinema. One option: a brand new theater that would better compete with Wehrenberg's behemoth Cape West 14 Cine on Siemers Drive. "We're considering it," said Bob Gallivan, director of real estate for Kerasotes. "We're looking at various options, but a new theater is one of them."...
Video gains popularity at Internet dating sites (02/14/05)
After exchanging instant messages and digital photos through an online dating site, Christopher Boykin flew to Houston to meet what he hoped would be a beautiful soul mate. What he found was a flabby misanthrope with an apparent drinking problem. "She was a total nut case," said the 35-year-old architect from Venice, Fla. ...
Richard Spiller (02/14/05)
CARTERVILLE, Ill. -- Richard Spiller, 88, of Carterville died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at his home. He was born Feb. 4, 1917, in Union County, Ill., son of John Henry and Nora Lee Tiggs Spiller. He and Lorena Damron were married May 16, 1937, in Cobden, Ill...
Charles Hoppe (02/14/05)
Charles Henry Hoppe, 78, formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, at Hearthstone at Murrayhill in Beaverton, Ore. He was born April 17, 1926, in Poplar Bluff, Mo., the son of Henry A. and Flora Amanda Fischer Hoppe. He and Dorothy Lewis were married Oct. 28, 1950, in Cape Girardeau. She died June 29, 1982. He and Betty Fox were later married on Nov. 23, 1984, in Cape Girardeau. She died July 12, 2000...
Louis Miller (02/14/05)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Louis Woodrow Miller, 85, of Marble Hill died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Elder Care of Marble Hill. He was born Jan. 2, 1920, in Laflin, Mo., son of Andrew Jackson and Alma Sitze Miller. He and Deloris Wilson were married May 2, 1942, in Jackson...
Sharon Brockmire (02/14/05)
FARMINGTON, Mo. -- Sharon Brockmire, 58, of Farmington died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Festus, Mo. Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Donald Johnson (02/14/05)
Donald "Gabby" Johnson, 64, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home.
Keith Ireland (02/14/05)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Keith Ireland, 89, of Cairo died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Lourdes Hospital in Paducah, Ky. He was born Oct. 31, 1915, in Cache, Ill., son of R.C. and Minnie Hughes Ireland. Ireland had retired as manager of Woodward Hardware Co. in Cairo...
Edna Claycomb (02/14/05)
DIEHLSTADT, Mo. -- Edna Claycomb, 91, of Diehlstadt died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Missouri Delta Medical Center. She was born April 23, 1913, in Diehlstadt, daughter of John and Ada Cooper Michael. She and Henry Claycomb were married April 16, 1930, in Cairo, Ill. He died Dec. 3, 1984...
Flora Hanners (02/14/05)
SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Flora Jean Hanners, 74, of Sedgewickville died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Ratliff Care Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 16, 1930, at Marshall, Ark., daughter of Marcus and Flora Ragland Garrison. She and Tommie G. Hanners were married in May 1955...
Mike Alcorn (02/14/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Mike Alcorn, 83, of Anna died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Union County Hospital in Anna. He was born July 22, 1921, in Murphysboro, Ill., son of Glenn and Beulah Mildred Ferrell Alcorn. Alcorn was a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University and a football coach and driving instructor at Anna-Jonesboro Community High School. ...
Colleen Lambert (02/14/05)
BERTRAND, Mo. -- Colleen Lambert, 84, of Bertrand died on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at Missouri Delta Medical Center. She was born July 11, 1920, in Morehouse, Mo., daughter of Floyd and Edith Simmons McMullin. She and Quentin Lambert were married June 19, 1938, in Essex, Mo. He died Feb. 9, 1996...
Births 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Baker...
Cape police report 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Sunday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs * A subject was taken into custody pending charges of driving while intoxicated, failing to signal, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia...
Cape fire report 02/14/05 (02/14/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items Friday: * At 3:59 p.m., vehicle accident at mile marker 95 on Interstate 55. * At 5:21 p.m., detector sounding at 2657 Janet Drive. * At 6:21 p.m., fire alarm at 54 S. Plaza Way. * At 10:16 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1500 block of Mississippi Street...
Out of the past 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
25 years ago: Feb. 14, 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Poston of Cape Girardeau take the honor of having the most years together when Schnucks-Walgreen recognizes couples married 50 years or more with a special Valentine's Day gathering; the Postons will be married 71 years on April 13...
Valuable crime lab (02/14/05)
In the fight against crime in Southeast Missouri, the regional crime lab is an important tool for law enforcement agencies. Its new director, Pamela Johnson, knows the region and the importance the crime lab has in helping local law enforcement solve cases. Johnson has worked at the lab since 1973 and recently took over as director after serving in an interim position...
Speak Out 2/14/05 (02/14/05)
Send them to the military; Social Security idea; It's just an option; Another flip-flop; Tea at the church; Abusing Medicaid; Good for Missouri; Sick? Stay home; Help students succeed; Future millionaires; Missed opportunity; Fraternity neighbors; Vets fall through cracks; Unwanted children
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