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Rising jail population sparks thoughts of expansion (03/30/05)
The methamphetamine boom in the 1990s and state-mandated increases in police training over the past decade have contributed to a tripling of the Cape Girardeau County jail population in the last 10 years. The new jail, which was built in 2001, and the old jail averaged a combined 178 inmates last year. The rising population has county officials at least talking about an expansion...
Jackson chamber selects Williams as executive director (03/30/05)
Marybeth Williams, a longtime volunteer and member of many clubs and organizations, will now actually be paid for her service to the Jackson community. Williams has been hired to be the next Jackson Chamber of Commerce executive director. Chamber president Dr. Ron Anderson announced the chamber's decision Tuesday...
Bootheel higher ed plan OK'd by SEMO (03/30/05)
The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents unanimously approved a proposal Tuesday crafted by the state commissioner of higher education to end a bitter dispute with Three Rivers Community College over the operation of three Bootheel higher education centers...
Buchheits to buy Supervalu warehouse (03/30/05)
Since the Supervalu Distribution Center closed its doors in Scott City in 2000 -- taking 160 jobs with it -- it has sat vacant for five years, frustrating city officials who watched and waited for someone to buy the 260,000-square-foot warehouse and bring back the promise of employment...
Bollinger County man still running in Texas manhunt (03/30/05)
A massive manhunt for a Bollinger County man continued in a heavily wooded area in Southeast Texas late Tuesday. Police say Billy McGee and another area man shot at a Texas police officer after fleeing the Cape Girardeau area earlier this month. Police in Hardin County, Texas, were looking for McGee, 44, Tuesday night with helicopters, horses and search dogs. ...
Correction: Queen candidate (03/30/05)
In Monday's edition, a profile of Chaffee queen candidate Candice Lee should have reported she is a junior at Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau and plans to attend Southeast Missouri State University and major in counseling. She attends St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Chaffee...
Correction on mystery photo (03/30/05)
In Monday's Southeast Missourian, the caption for the mystery photo on the Faces & Places page should have said it depicts local dignitaries celebrating Cape Girardeau's sesquicentennial.
Redhawk gymnasts Boldt, Bloom qualify for NCAA regional meet (03/30/05)
The Southeast Missouri State gymnastics program will be involved in postseason competition, as junior Tara Boldt and senior Katie Bloom have qualified for the NCAA South Central Regional in Lincoln, Neb., on April 9. Boldt will compete in the all-around at the meet, hosted by Big 12 Conference champion and sixth-ranked Nebraska. She ranks 57th nationally and 12th regionally with a Regional Qualifying Score of 38.925...
Bond issue on ballot for water district (03/30/05)
Voters in Gordonville and Dutchtown will face a $600,000 bond issue to improve their water system in the April 5 election. According to Brad Burgess, president of Public Water District No. 4, the bond issue would pay for a new water tank to provide additional storage as well as enlargement of water lines to improve flow to areas experiencing low water pressure...
More than 100 people attend seminar on Medicaid cuts (03/30/05)
After a rally in Jefferson City on Tuesday by hundreds of advocates against proposed Medicaid cuts, Cape Girardeau played host to its own rally in the form of an information seminar at the Osage Community Centre. More than 100 people came to the center to hear speakers from the Missouri Association for Social Welfare, The Missouri Budget Project, Cross Trails Medical Center and the SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence voice their opposition to the cuts...
Chemo corrects lawmaker's rare blood condition (03/30/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Having received transfusions of more than 40 pints of blood in recent weeks while undergoing treatment for a rare blood disorder, state Rep. Otto Bean says he feels like a new man. "I don't have any of my own blood running in me anymore," Bean joked...
Region digest 03/30/05 (03/30/05)
Stoddard County accident kills two teenagers; Deadline for Scott Co. ag scholarship this week
Dedication of new VFW hall set for Saturday morning (03/30/05)
Members of the Cape Girardeau Veterans of Foreign Wars post have been enjoying the benefits of a new hall since January. Now they're ready for the building's official dedication. The official ceremony for the new building on North Kingshighway will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday, honoring the service the post has provided to the area for 63 years and symbolically ushering in a new era for the organization, which post commander Bud Hager said is the largest in the state...
Businesses, preservationist receive awards at dinner (03/30/05)
Two downtown Cape Girardeau businesses -- the Southeast Missourian and Renaissance -- and historic preservationist Terri Foley received awards Tuesday at the fifth annual Old Town Cape Dinner. The event at First Presbyterian Church drew 130 people. The event had been moved to the church because of the recent fire at Bella Italia...
Redhawks remain in tailspin (03/30/05)
Freshman Casey Johnson helped out Southeast Missouri State's worn-down pitching staff with a brilliant performance. But the Redhawks' offense could not do enough damage to turn Johnson's work into a victory. Arkansas State snapped a scoreless tie with three seventh-inning runs, and the Indians then exploded over the final two frames to beat Southeast 9-0 in a non-conference contest at Capaha Field Tuesday afternoon...
Club news 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
Church Women United; St. Mary CCW; Lions of Missouri 26D; TPA Post M; Zonta Club
House bill would allow bonuses for teachers in high-demand fields (03/30/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Local school districts would be allowed to offer financial bonuses to teachers in high-demand fields such as special education, science and mathematics under legislation pending in the Missouri House of Representatives. Current law requires districts to set salary schedules that equally compensate teachers with the same level of education and years of service, regardless of the courses they teach...
Van Buren man is charged in slaying of trooper (03/30/05)
A Southeast Missouri man was accused Tuesday of fatally shooting a state trooper with both a shotgun and a rifle, allegedly as the officer focused on him as a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run wreck. Lance Shockley, 28, of Van Buren, was arraigned Tuesday in Carter County on charges of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. He was being held without bond in the Cape Girardeau County jail...
Region/state digest 03/30/05 (03/30/05)
Missouri moves execution site east; Cape flooring company reports fire Tuesday
Falwell listed in critical condition (03/30/05)
LYNCHBURG, Va. -- The Rev. Jerry Falwell was hospitalized with breathing difficulties and placed on a ventilator Tuesday in a recurrence of a viral infection that left him in critical condition, hospital and church officials said. Falwell, 71, was admitted to the hospital shortly before midnight suffering from "respiratory arrest," the hospital said...
Appliance maker to pay $1.2 million to settle charges (03/30/05)
WASHINGTON -- A leading appliance maker has agreed to pay a $1.2 million penalty to settle allegations it belatedly reported defects in three kitchen products linked to fires and injuries such as cuts and burns. The civil penalty on Hamilton Beach/Proctor-Silex Inc. ...
Study: Most American adults sleep poorly (03/30/05)
WASHINGTON -- Getting a good night's sleep is hard for many adults and that often means poorer health, lower productivity on the job, more danger on the roads and a less vibrant sex life. "By 3 to 4 in the afternoon, I'm starting to feel brain-drained and I need that caffeine to pick me back up again," said Becky Mcerien, 50, of Philadelphia...
High court expands Title IX sex-discrimination protections (03/30/05)
WASHINGTON -- Coach Roderick Jackson recalls the warnings from colleagues when he began complaining that the boys high school basketball team got better treatment than his girls team. "You better hush your mouth," they said. Jackson wouldn't let up, shooting off letters and requesting meetings with Birmingham, Ala., school officials. His efforts didn't have the desired result: He was fired in May 2001...
Business digest 03/30/05 (03/30/05)
Monsanto raises earnings expectations; Blockbuster to make refunds over late fees; Verizon again tops bidding for MCI; Justices ponder Web software issues; Consumer confidence dips slightly in March
IRS- Confusing tax laws costing billions (03/30/05)
WASHINGTON -- The government is missing out on more than $300 billion in unpaid taxes every year, and part of the problem appears to be that the tax laws are so confusing. "Complexity obscures understanding," said IRS commissioner Mark Everson said. "Those who try to follow the law but cannot understand their tax obligations may make inadvertent errors or ultimately throw up their hands and say, 'Why bother?"'...
Lawyer Johnnie Cochran Jr. dies at age of 67 (03/30/05)
LOS ANGELES -- Johnnie L. Cochran Jr., who became a legal superstar after helping clear O.J. Simpson during a sensational murder trial in which he uttered the famous quote "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit," died Tuesday. He was 67. Cochran died of an inoperable brain tumor at his home in Los Angeles, his family said. Cochran, who was diagnosed with the tumor in December 2003, was surrounded by his wife, Dale, and two sisters when he died...
Federal appeals court grants further review in Schiavo case (03/30/05)
ATLANTA -- A federal appeals court early today agreed to consider a petition for a new hearing on whether to reconnect Terri Schiavo's feeding tube. The ruling by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals came as the severely brain-damaged woman entered her 13th day without nourishment...
Iraqi parliament fails to agree on its speaker (03/30/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq's fledgling parliament failed Tuesday to agree on who would be its speaker, with the interim prime minister and president storming out of the chaotic session that exposed deep divides among the National Assembly's Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish members...
Islanders mourn dead, search for survivors (03/30/05)
GUNUNG SITOLI, Indonesia -- His brown eyes puffy and bloodshot, Datot Mendra prepares to spend the night lying next to his wife. Tomorrow he will bury her -- and his sister and two other relatives. "What will I tell my children?" the 55-year-old restaurant owner says. "I can't face it. My faith in Jesus is helping me through this."...
Indian Ocean earthquake tests tsunami readiness (03/30/05)
The United Nations said a fledgling Indian Ocean tsunami warning system helped spread the alarm after Monday's earthquake: * In Thailand, radio stations repeated government warnings that the quake could set off another tsunami, and workers in seaside hotels went door to door to wake up guests...
Oil-for-food report- No wrongdoing by Annan (03/30/05)
UNITED NATIONS -- Investigators probing the U.N. oil-for-food program said Tuesday that Secretary-General Kofi Annan didn't interfere in the awarding of a contract to a company that employed his son, but their report criticized the U.N. chief for not properly investigating possible conflicts of interest...
Notre Dame baseball team opens with win vs. Pirates (03/30/05)
With six senior starters benched for disciplinary reasons, Perryville was no match for visiting Notre Dame in a season-opening high school baseball game for both teams Tuesday. The Bulldogs finished off their 12-0 rout with a six-run sixth inning. Jeremy Brinkmeyer picked up the pitching win, allowing just two hits in five innings before being relieved by Anthony Wulfers. Perryville's Cory Buerck suffered the loss...
Three area players join all-state first teams (03/30/05)
Dannenmueller, Armbruster and Liggins all received top honors. Southeast Missourian One record-setting season and two state final four appearances helped three Southeast Missouri players earn all-state honors in the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association basketball list for classes 1 through 3...
Jackson outduels Central (03/30/05)
The Jackson baseball team managed just five baserunners in its season opener at rival Central on Tuesday. The Indians pushed one of those runners across, though, and that was good enough to stymie an eight-hit performance by the Tigers in a 1-0 win...
Jackson girls hand Central first loss (03/30/05)
With the Cape Central girls soccer team double-teaming all-state forward Molly Hartmann, Jackson's midfielders took advantage of the scoring opportunities that opened up. The Indians controlled the middle of the field and the ball throughout the game to trounce the Tigers 3-0 at Central High School. Jackson improved to 2-0, while Central fell to 2-1...
Missouri high school girls basketball rankings (03/30/05)
Here are the final polls for classes 1, 2 and 3 as determined by a poll of Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association...
Michigan St. women match the men's feat (03/30/05)
Make some room, Michigan State men. You've got company. Liz Shimek and the Michigan State women also are going to the Final Four -- a first for the program. Shimek made a series of huge plays down the stretch, Lindsay Bowen made her only basket of the game at a critical time and the top-seeded Spartans beat No. 2 seed Stanford 76-69 in the Kansas City Regional final Tuesday night...
Cards send Myers back to Red Sox (03/30/05)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals traded left-handed reliever Mike Myers back to the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday. The team were still discussing what St. Louis will get in return, Cardinals spokesman Brian Bartow said. Myers returns to the Red Sox after failing to re-sign with them following the 2004 season...
New coach Zook gets first look at Illinois football team (03/30/05)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- New Illinois football coach Ron Zook got his first on-the-field look at his team Tuesday, putting the Illini through a 2 1/2-hour session to open spring practice. "This is the first time I've seen the quarterbacks throw the football, it's the first time I've seen the centers snap the football," said Zook, who took over in early December after Ron Turner was fired. "You're starting from scratch."...
'60 Minutes' reports use of steroids by Panthers (03/30/05)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers Todd Sauerbrun and Jeff Mitchell and former player Todd Steussie had steroid prescriptions filled by a West Columbia, S.C., doctor now under investigation by federal authorities, according to "60 Minutes Wednesday" report...
Venus ends Serena's spell at Nasdaq-100 (03/30/05)
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- Venus Williams ended a streak of six consecutive losses to sister Serena, winning 6-1, 7-6 (8) Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Nasdaq-100 Open. Meeting for the first time since July 2003, the sisters produced the same tense, sloppy tennis that has marred the rivalry in the past...
Area sports digest 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
Kohlfeld Scorpions won two at home Saturday; Cape Girardeau man wins at Sikeston races; Amateur baseball hall to induct seven; Capahas annual auction scheduled for Saturday; National catfish tourney set for Saturday
Sports briefs 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
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Devil's Fudge Cake is for all chocoholics (03/30/05)
HYDE PARK, N.Y. -- If you have an unshakable craving for deep, rich chocolate that you find difficult to satisfy, then look no further. At The Culinary Institute of America, we recognize those insatiable yearnings, which is why we developed this Devil's Fudge Cake recipe. A true chocolate-lover's dream, the dense cake and thick fudge icing are easy to prepare and quick to assemble...
The long and short of hair (03/30/05)
Last month, I made a decision so momentous, so powerful, it must be shared. I'm growing my hair out, and don't try to stop me. My hair hasn't garnered widespread critical acclaim since the late 1980s, when the style was to grow as much overbleached, overpermed hair as possible, shellacking the bangs almost vertical and using a blow-dryer/hairspray combination to create large wings on either side of your head...
Parmesan perfection (03/30/05)
"Most American 'Parmesan,'" says Steven Jenkins, the world famous cheese monger from Columbia, Mo., "tastes like sawdust." Frankly, I think he's giving sawdust a bad rap. Even wood particles must taste better than the stuff you get in that little green can...
Red raspberry adds flavor, color to dessert recipes (03/30/05)
smcclanahan A friend recently gave me a cookbook, and I have been so busy I just haven't taken the time to read it. Over the Easter weekend I decided to take a few minutes, enjoy the sunshine and read the book. It is from The County Seat Deli and Delites in Carlyle, Ill. The book is divided into sections featuring recipes for the foods served in the deli. I have marked a few recipes that I have put on me "to try" list...
Basketball boosts ratings for CBS (03/30/05)
NEW YORK -- Despite the Easter Sunday return of "Desperate Housewives" on ABC and an extra "American Idol" on Fox, CBS scored an easy ratings victory thanks largely to the most-watched NCAA men's basketball tournament since 1994. The four regional finals this past weekend, three of them overtime contests, drew an audience 44 percent higher than the same games last year, according to Nielsen Media Research...
CNN Headline News makes gains with new format (03/30/05)
NEW YORK -- CNN Headline News has supplanted MSNBC as the third-place cable news channel. CNN's sister network recently started a new prime-time lineup that has gotten off to a strong start, particularly a legal-oriented talk show with Nancy Grace...
Newsy conversations (03/30/05)
NEW YORK -- Three weeks into his new job as anchorman of the "CBS Evening News," Bob Schieffer's folksy, conversational approach to stories has added a new wrinkle to a format that is among the most ritualized in TV news. Far more than competitors Brian Williams and Peter Jennings, Schieffer engages his correspondents in on-air conversations about their stories...
Dr. John Ritter (03/30/05)
Dr. John Lynn Ritter, 42, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, March 28, 2005, at his home. He was born Jan. 22, 1963, in St. Louis, son of Dr. Raymond A. and Ann Wescoat Ritter Jr. He and Karlyle Kaye Christian were married Nov. 29, 1986, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Poplar Bluff, Mo...
Lorraine Vavrik (03/30/05)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Lorraine Vavrik, 94, of Jonesboro died Monday, March 28, 2005, at Union County Nursing Home in Anna, Ill. She was born Jan. 9, 1911, in Reynoldsville, Ill., daughter of John and Jennie Elam Edwards. She and Jacob Vavrik were married March 9, 1930. He died Feb. 1, 1994...
Dorothy Fulbright (03/30/05)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Dorothy Fulbright, 76, of Maryland Heights, Mo., formerly of Marble Hill, died Monday, March 28, 2005, at St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis. She was born July 8, 1928, at Belleview, Mo., daughter of Gilbert J. and Elsie Hochstatter Bennett. She and Lester O. Fulbright were married April 2, 1949...
Patricia Davis (03/30/05)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Patricia Louise Davis, 65, of Cedar Hill, formerly of Chaffee, died Wednesday, March 23, 2005, at her home. She was born June 9, 1939, at Chaffee, daughter of Louis and Marietta Mantel Gilmer. She and Ray Dean Davis were married Feb. 5, 1966. He died Dec. 17, 1993...
Nancy Abila (03/30/05)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Nancy Ann Abila, 15, of Advance died Monday, March 28, 2005, in an automobile accident near Brownwood, Mo. She was born July 28, 1989, in Coalinga, Calif., daughter of Rodney Nelson Smith and Yolanda Abila. She was a sophomore at Advance High School...
John Ragsdale (03/30/05)
DOVER, Ark. -- John Gaylon Ragsdale, 77, of Dover died Friday, March 25, 2005, at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz. He was born July 18, 1927, in Bullfrog Valley, Ark., son of John and Ada Hutchins Ragsdale. He and Norma Joy Smithee were married July 28, 1988, in Bullfrog Valley...
Mary Heisserer (03/30/05)
Mary Ann Heisserer, 37, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at her home. She was formerly of Scott City. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City is in charge of arrangements.
Edna Gloth (03/30/05)
Edna B. Gloth, 91, of Jackson died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at Jackson Manor. Cracraft-Miller Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Herbert Schuerenberg Jr. (03/30/05)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Herbert A. Schuerenberg Jr., 59, of Sikeston died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Nunnelee Funeral Chapel in Sikeston. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the funeral home...
Virginia Ingvalson (03/30/05)
Virginia Drew Ingvalson, 97, of Scott City died Monday, March 28, 2005, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 19, 1907, in Pine Bluff, Ark., daughter of George and Julia Ann Berry Hall. She and William Ingvalson were married Sept. 23, 1926, in Cairo, Ill. He died Feb. 2, 1975...
Una Nichols (03/30/05)
Una M. Nichols, 86, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, March 28, 2005, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Sept. 17, 1918, in Van Buren County, Ark., daughter of Charley and Minnie Duschel Norman. She and Raymond Nichols were married Aug. 15, 1936. He died Dec. 24, 2002...
Paul Hammontree (03/30/05)
MARQUAND, Mo. -- Paul Lynwood Hammontree, 70, of Marquand died Friday, March 25, 2005, at his home. He was born Oct. 5, 1934, in Tupelo, Ark., son of Dorris Fritz and Elsie Keith Collier Hammontree. He and Betty Jean Thornton were married June 4, 1954. She died May 29, 2002...
Edmond Larmie (03/30/05)
Edmond Lee Larmie, 76, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Hazel Sullivan (03/30/05)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Hazel M. Sullivan, 83, of Mounds died Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at Barkett Funeral home in Mounds.
William Cox (03/30/05)
POTOSI, Mo. -- William "Bill" Cox, 71, of Potosi died Monday, March 28, 2005, at Washington County Memorial Hospital in Potosi. He was born Feb. 13, 1934, at Green Cox, son of Frank and Dosha Litteral Cox. Cox was a 1952 graduate of Advance High School in Advance, Mo. He had been a machinist in St. Louis...
Fire reports 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items Tuesday: * At 3:39 a.m., citizen assist at 1938 Delwin St. * At 9:35 a.m., emergency medical service in the 2800 block of Independence Street. * At 11:17 a.m., emergency medical service in the 100 block of South Broadview Street...
Police reports 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
The following items were released Monday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests * Yvonne Stewart, 46, 102 Bally St., Farmington, Mo., was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant for contempt of court and failure to appear to pay a fine for possession of drug paraphernalia...
Out of the past 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
25 years ago: March 30, 1980 The Rt. Rev. William A. Jones, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri, visits Christ Episcopal Church and takes part in Palm Sunday services. Cape Girardeau County Assessor Jerry L. Reynolds must submit a detailed plan to the state tax commission by June 2, explaining how to accomplish and finance reassessment in the county...
Correction - board profiles 3/29 (03/30/05)
In Sunday's edition, a profile on Delta School Board candidates Ken Cook should have listed his five children as: Michael, Marianne, Erin, Rebecca and Sarah. In Sunday's edition, Chaffee School Board candidate Steve Seyer's name was misspelled.
Morality and reality: A clash between two serious but flawed arguments (03/30/05)
The core belief that social conservatives bring to cases like Terri Schiavo's is that the value of each individual life is intrinsic. The value of a life doesn't depend upon what a person can physically do, experience or achieve. The life of a comatose person or a fetus has the same dignity and worth as the life of a fully functioning adult....
Re-importing drugs (03/30/05)
Southeast Missouri's top legislators support a measure that would allow Missourians to buy prescription drugs from Canadian pharmacies. House Speaker Rod Jetton of Marble Hill, Mo., and Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder of Cape Girardeau agree that state residents need access to lower-priced pharmaceuticals...
Taxation reduces mansion building (03/30/05)
To the editor: In reference to Sam Blackwell's March 24 column: Prior to the current federal income tax of 1913, many people, not just millionaires, could afford to build and own antebellum mansions in the South and in the North. Now that the federal and state governments hog over 40 percent of most working families' incomes through the income tax, the Medicare tax, sales taxes, and Social Security taxes, plus the hidden taxation of Federal Reserve-controlled interest rates on money created out of thin air (by printing it and through unaudited, cooked-books, Enron-style accounting), new antebellum mansions are reserved only for folks like Bill Gates and the queen of England. ...
Hypocrisy shown on critical issues (03/30/05)
To the editor: The right-wing hypocrites are back. During the election they tried to convince voters that they are against abortion and gay marriage, when the reality is they just use these issues to divide the nation and are not really concerned about either. ...
Dog owners- Control your pets (03/30/05)
To the editor: I live and daily walk my dogs in the neighborhood near Perryville Road and Lexington Avenue. I have lived here a year and half and continue to be appalled by how many educated, professional adults fail to keep their pets under control...
Speak Out 3/30/05 (03/30/05)
Takes the prize; Support for SEMO; Hiding the assets; Different context; Time for efficiency; A rich story; Floundering school; It hasn't worked; Creating a surplus; Rooting for terrorists?; Offender database; Education solutions; Batting average; Unfair labeling; Boarded up eyesores
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