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Stories from Sunday, April 3, 2005

Fire razes rural Millersville home (04/03/05)
A fire destroyed a rural Millersville couple's home Saturday morning. At 9:10 a.m., the Millersville Fire Department was called to the home of Jack and Peggy Knowlan at 3748 County Road 361. By the time firefighters arrived, the house was engulfed in flames...
Cape works to revamp engineering department (04/03/05)
Cape Girardeau city officials expect to hire a new city engineer within the next 10 days who will broaden public-relations efforts so affected property owners and the public know more about plans for street, sewer and water improvements. Mayor Jay Knudtson said the council has made it clear to city manager Doug Leslie -- who was hired by the council -- that it wants department heads who are customer-service oriented. The city manager hires department heads...
VFW dedicates new building (04/03/05)
Saturday was a day to honor the sacrifices of the past and celebrate the possibilities of the future as the Cape Girardeau VFW post, the largest in the state, held the official dedication of its new building on Kingshighway. About 500 onlookers -- including U.S. ...
Southern Illinois organizing its own anti-litter effort (04/03/05)
While the Cape Girardeau area mobilizes for a campaign against unsightly litter, Southern Illinois is readying the troops, too. The campaign across the river is being led by former U.S. representative Glenn Poshard in conjunction with Shawnee Community College. In a meeting Tuesday at the Shawnee campus, Poshard outlined the need for a beautification effort in the area. The campaign is being coordinated in Alexander, Pulaski, Massac, Union and Johnson counties...
Outdoor classroom serves as Jackson teacher memorial (04/03/05)
The Jackson Middle School outdoor classroom was dedicated Saturday in remembrance of Dee Walker, a counselor and former science teacher at the middle school who died in November. A sign supplied by the Missouri Department of Conservation was unveiled by middle school science teacher Jason Bruns. The classroom bears Walker's name and serves as a living memorial with 50 trees and a butterfly garden...
Local day-care director boosts activities for Week of Young Child (04/03/05)
Kite-flying, an un-birthday party and a lunch menu designed by preschoolers. Alisha Strop couldn't think of a better way to celebrate at her Cape Girardeau child-care center during the Week of the Young Child, which begins today. Strop, who is director of Just Kids' Cape Girardeau center, said the seven-day celebration of children ages infant to 5 is recognized nationally but has been given little attention locally in the past...
Even in his final hours, the pope had something to teach (04/03/05)
Southeast Missouri's Catholics joined with 1.2 billion other church members worldwide in mourning the death of Pope John Paul II Saturday. During Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral, parishioners prayed for God's mercy on the pontiff's soul. A special prayer service will be held at 7 p.m. today at the church...
Civic-minded groups frustrated, motivated by litterbugs' habits (04/03/05)
Being a grunt on the front lines in the war against litter isn't an easy job, nor does it have many fringe benefits. It's an uphill battle that never ends, as areas along highways can be cleaned up one weekend only to be trashed again. Some people, like jail inmates, are forced to do this thankless work. But others, including school groups, sororities and fraternities, churches and civic organizations, choose to pick up cans, food wrappers, cigarette butts...
Southeast settles for runner-up finishes (04/03/05)
While windy conditions did not make it an ideal day for short and middle distance runners, Southeast Missouri State's men had few problems, putting on a dominating performance Saturday at the 24th annual Gatorade Classic at the Abe Stuber Track and Field Complex...
Senate strips Cardinals, Blues subsidies from stadium bill (04/03/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- With memories of a bitter fight three years ago over taxpayer subsidies for professional sports teams still fresh in the minds of some lawmakers, the Senate last week stripped benefits for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues from legislation that would earmark state money for the maintenance of sports stadiums...
Bond getting transportation input (04/03/05)
U.S. Sen. Kit Bond will visit the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce at 10 a.m. Monday to talk with regional leaders about his new position as chairman of the Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee. As the newly appointed chairman of the subcommittee, Bond is traveling across the state to talk with local officials and get input from them...
Players, alumni enjoy exhibition (04/03/05)
ST. LOUIS -- The Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team demonstrated their fearsome skills Saturday in an exhibition game at the Savvis Center in St. Louis -- playing a specially selected team of Southeast alumni. The current Redhawks, directed by coach Heather Nelson, breezed through the informal exhibition 6-0...
Region/state digest 04/03/05 (04/03/05)
Search for Zalma man in Texas called off; Prosecutors threaten to send autopsies elsewhere
Evans salvages nightcap vs. JSU (04/03/05)
After yet another disheartening loss Saturday, Southeast Missouri State desperately needed a major pick-me-up. The Redhawks received it from a rookie. Joey Evans, a freshman right-hander, pitched a seven-inning shutout to lift Southeast past Jacksonville State 3-0 in the finale of an Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader at Capaha Field...
World briefs 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Palestinian leader fires key security chief; Australian chopper crash in Indonesia kills nine ; N. Korea: Still committed to talks, minus Japan
Nation briefs 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Terri Schiavo's body cremated after autopsy; Illinois druggists must dispense birth control; Bush appoints panel for base closings; King's legacy remembered on anniversary of shooting
Missourians mourn loss of 'saint' (04/03/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Mike Jendusa sat quietly in his wheelchair, gently sobbing as he stared at the statue of Pope John Paul II near the St. Louis Cathedral where the pontiff conducted Mass six years ago. "I believe he's a saint," said Jendusa, 38, wheelchair-bound since birth with spina bifida...
Ukrainian first lady visits native Chicago (04/03/05)
CHICAGO -- When Kathy Chumachenko left for Europe 14 years ago, she was a young American pursuing a career and adventure overseas. The Chicago native is returning as the first lady of Europe's sixth most populous country, the wife of Ukraine's new president, who survived an apparent assassination attempt by poisoning...
S.C. lawmaker wants Giuliani to repay $100,000 (04/03/05)
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- A state lawmaker wants former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani to return the $100,000 fee he received to speak at a tsunami relief fund raiser. Giuliani donated $20,000 from the fee to the event's tsunami relief fund -- twice the amount requested by the benefit's sponsor, the South Carolina Hospital Association, said Thornton Kirby, the group's president...
Detroit's aging elephants move across country (04/03/05)
ROYAL OAK, Mich. -- Wanda and Winky soon will be California-bound. The Detroit Zoo's aging elephants leave as early as Monday for the Performing Animal Welfare Society sanctuary, zoo Director Ron Kagan said Thursday. "We'll try, and if it doesn't work, we'll try Tuesday. And if not, we'll try Wednesday," Kagan said...
Replacing yard with turf gets mixed reviews (04/03/05)
NORTHPORT, Ala. -- Tacky turf, or a green dream? Hal Burleson's yard is getting mixed reviews from the neighbors. Burleson convinced his wife, Margaret, that it would be a good idea to rip out the grass and replace it with artificial turf, the stuff found on football fields. He was tired of all the yard work and allergy flareups...
The death was announced to reporters via e-mail (04/03/05)
VATICAN CITY -- Pope John Paul II, who helped topple communism in Europe and left a deeply conservative stamp on the church that he led for 26 years, died Saturday night in his Vatican apartment, ending a long public struggle against debilitating illness. He was 84...
Insurgent attack on Abu Ghraib prison wounds 20 U.S. troops (04/03/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Insurgents attacked the Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad, injuring 20 U.S. forces and 12 prisoners on Saturday while six people were killed elsewhere in Iraq following a period of declining attacks that had raised hopes the insurgency might be weakening...
People's pope (04/03/05)
VATICAN CITY -- At 58, John Paul II was the youngest pope in 125 years. He brought a new vitality to the Vatican, and quickly became the most accessible modern pope, sitting down for meals with factory workers, skiing and wading into crowds to embrace the faithful...
Bombing jitters grip Lebanese capital (04/03/05)
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Even for the war-hardened Lebanese, four explosions in two weeks are too much. Once-vibrant cafes lie empty, shopping malls are virtually deserted and late-night dining has been put on hold. Outside the United Nations offices, workers fill sandbags and erect barriers. ...
Saxony Lutheran's baseball program splits first twinbill (04/03/05)
Saxony Lutheran launched its baseball program Saturday, splitting a doubleheader with Christ Our Savior of Illinois in Perryville. The Crusaders won the opener 4-3 and lost the second game 11-0. Saxony fell behind Christ Our Savior 3-0 in the opener, but the Crusaders scored two runs in the sixth inning and won the game with two runs in the seventh. Kory Mueller, who was 2-for-4, had a double to drive in the winning run...
FanSpeak 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Field report; Where's the complex?; Recruit locally; Same state, wrong school; Neglected hall; We stand corrected; Geography lesson
Tar Heels' blowout victory against Spartans sets up first 1-2 title (04/03/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Roy Williams has another chance to win that elusive national championship. Maybe he just needed to come home. North Carolina showed off a dizzying display of weapons in the Final Four, blowing out Michigan State in the second half on the way to an 87-71 victory Saturday night that sent the Tar Heels to the title game against top-ranked Illinois...
Powell sparks Illini's second-half spree in semifinal victory (04/03/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Roger Powell Jr. darted in from the top of the key, grabbed the rebound from his own missed 3-pointer and screamed as he slammed the ball through the hoop. The Illini's big guys do have some game. With Dee Brown and Deron Williams sputtering, Powell came up with a huge second half to make sure Illinois' special season will last another game...
Cardinals hold off Class AA affiliate (04/03/05)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Matt Morris gave up three runs in four innings Saturday as the St. Louis Cardinals beat their new Class-AA farm team, the Springfield Cardinals, 4-3. The game was played in front of 10,409 raucus fans at the new $32 million Hammons Field...
LSU's Augustus earns honors (04/03/05)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Winning the national championship might be the only thing that could make LSU's Seimone Augustus happier. Augustus, who has led her team to a second straight Final Four, was an overwhelming selection Saturday as The Associated Press player of the year in women's basketball...
BellSouth still battles rain (04/03/05)
DULUTH, Ga. -- Billy Mayfair was 4 under through 13 holes Saturday to take a one-stroke lead in the first round of the rain-delayed BellSouth Classic, shortened to 54 after the stormy conditions wiped out the first two days of play. After originally planning a 36-hole finish Monday to complete 72 holes, PGA Tour official Slugger White said the players will play only a single round Monday. ...
Cardinals begin pennant defense in hopes of ending NL trend (04/03/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Recent National League history suggests it's almost impossible to repeat. The last seven years, seven different teams have made it to the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals aim to end that trend, and they'll be driven. After leading the major leagues with 105 victories and then beating Roger Clemens to advance to the city's first World Series in 17 years, they were unceremoniously swept by the Boston Red Sox...
Temperatures, bass activity make April a great time for fishing (04/03/05)
The next five weeks is the period most bass anglers look forward to all winter. Comfortable air temperatures -- anywhere from 46 to 75 degrees -- will be accompanied by aggressive bass. Expect sustained water temperatures from around 54 degrees at the start of April to around 64 degrees at the end of the month. ...
Southeast seniors try to make impression with NFL scouts (04/03/05)
Several Southeast Missouri State football players who completed their eligibility in 2004 tried to impress assorted NFL scouts recently as the program conducted what is know as "Pro Day" at Houck Stadium. This event takes place each year at most colleges in the country as scouts tour the nation to work out potential prospects -- some of them well-known but most of them fairly anonymous -- in hopes of gathering as much information as they can on as many players as possible...
Elegance returns to the prom (04/03/05)
NEW YORK -- Prom time is prime time for teenagers to splurge on outfits of their dreams. Given that freedom (and possibly a financial contribution from their parents), one might expect high schoolers to attend one of the biggest social events of the year as wannabe hip-hop or rock stars...
Tri-level home in Jackson's Annwood Estates maximizes space (04/03/05)
The home at 3522 Dana in Jackson's Annwood Estates is a pleasant brick-and-vinyl tri-level home with a two-car garage. Its sage-green shutters and large, welcoming front porch give it an immediate feeling of home. Spring perennials add splashes of color to a level and easily maintained yard...
Makeover your tree (04/03/05)
Suppose you have a friend whose apple tree bears particularly tasty fruits. You could take a branch from that tree and graft it onto the apple tree in your yard to change part or all of your tree to your friends variety. Whip grafting is an easy way to do this makeover. You could also use whip grafting on many other fruiting and ornamental trees, as long as they are the same kind of plant or very closely related...
Prom Tips (04/03/05)
Dressing like a modern prom queen * Update your look. Wear a dress that is to the knee, tea-length or a minidress. The look is modern and will make it easy to dance and enjoy the night. Body-conscious floor-length dresses, though popular on the red carpet, limit movement and your ability to dance...
Area teens choosing 'Cinderella' dress styles for prom (04/03/05)
Bethany Hughes thought she found the prom dress of her dreams in a magazine spread. The dress had a long bodice with a halter top, but once Hughes tried it on, she realized it wasn't for her. So the Puxico High School junior had to start her dress search again...
Hilary Duff, Usher among front-runners for Kids Choice Awards (04/03/05)
LOS ANGELES -- The tanks were loaded with green slime, a live audience of almost 10,000 screaming youngsters was gathering and bets were on about who would get slimed at one of Hollywood's most unusual awards shows -- the 18th annual Kids Choice Awards...
A rush of iconic stars departing TV news (04/03/05)
NEW YORK -- A remarkable amount of TV news star power has dimmed over the past eight months: Barbara Walters, Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather and, just last week, Ted Koppel. Each has left, or announced a departure from, the jobs that gave them the most stature, reminding television viewers how the business has changed in the years since they became news celebrities...
Douglas Koehler (04/03/05)
Douglas L. Koehler, 52, of Jackson died Friday, April 1, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Feb. 8, 1953, in Cape Girardeau, son of Charles "Bud" and Gusta Wedekind Koehler. Koehler was a former member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Jackson and a former merchant marine...
Ronnie Tinsley (04/03/05)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Ronnie Tinsley, 55, of Mounds died Friday, April 1, 2005, at his home. He was born June 17, 1949, in Union County, Ill., son of William and Hazel Dailey Tinsley. He and Beverly Oakes were married June 17, 1996. Tinsley was a prep operator for Bunge Corp. He was a member of Villa Ridge Union Church and the VFW post in Mounds. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving two years in Vietnam...
Estalee Mulcahy (04/03/05)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Estalee Galemore Mulcahy, 79, of Sikeston died Friday, April 1, 2005, at her home. She was born July 25, 1925, in Success, Ark., daughter of Lawrence Eugene and Daisy Goodman Galemore. Mulcahy was a member of First Baptist Church for more than 70 years...
Junior Bishop (04/03/05)
FREDERICKTOWN, Mo. -- Junior "Lon" Bishop, 86, of Fredericktown died Friday, April 1, 2005, at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center in Farmington, Mo. He was born April 18, 1918, at Fredericktown, son of Clarence Alvin and Jessie Jane Hafner Bishop. He and Adelaide Mantz were married in 1939. She died Oct. 15, 1991...
Lucille Munz (04/03/05)
WOLF LAKE, Ill. -- Lucille Munz, 92, of Wolf Lake died Friday, April 1, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Jan. 31, 1913, at Wolf Lake, daughter of Jesse and Mary Jane Hubbs Rogers. She and Fred Munz were married April 21, 1932, at Cairo...
Ruth Wallace (04/03/05)
Ruth V. Wallace, 87, formerly of Oran, Mo., died Saturday, April 2, 2005, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran.
Hoffman-Mullis (04/03/05)
Lisa Marie Hoffman and Brian Thomas Mullis were married Aug. 29, 2004, at Sylvandale Guest Ranch in Loveland, Colo. Rick Hoffman, father of the bride, performed the ceremony. Guitarist and soloist was Christopher Hoffman, brother of the bride. Parents of the bride are Rick and Mary Ann Hoffman of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Chalmus and Diane Strickland and Tom and Sally Mullis, all of Huntsville, Ala...
Gurley-Richey (04/03/05)
Amanda Lynn Gurley and Adrian Colin Richey exchanged wedding vows Oct. 9, 2004, at the home of her mother and stepfather. Gary Hollis performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Debora and Dennis McMillan and Kenneth and Joanne Gurley, all of Scott City. The groom is the son of Donald and Gabriella Richey of Jackson...
Littlepage-Schonhoff (04/03/05)
Gary and Linda Littlepage of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Dana Ann Littlepage, to Matthew Stephen Schonhoff, both of St. Charles, Mo. He is the son of Steve and Beverly Schonhoff of Oak Ridge. Littlepage is a 1999 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a master's degree in occupational therapy from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2004. She is an occupational therapist with EnduraCare at Parklane Care and Rehab in Wentzville, Mo...
Bowen-Hopkins (04/03/05)
Dennis Bowen of Riverton, Ill., announces the engagement of his daughter, Michelle Renee Bowen, to Joshua David Hopkins. He is the son of David and Theresa Hopkins of Jackson. Bowen is a 2000 graduate of Riverton High School, and received a bachelor of science degree in education from Culver-Stockton College in 2004...
Hart-Dennis (04/03/05)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Mark and Marsha Hart of Charleston announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Denise Hart, to Ryan Keith Paul Dennis. He is the son of Pete and Carol Dennis of Oran, Mo. Hart is a 1997 graduate of Charleston High School. ...
Matlock-Meyer (04/03/05)
Gary and Patty Matlock of Gordonville announce the engagement of their daughter, April Matlock, to Charles Meyer, both of Jackson. He is the son of Linda Meyer of Brewer, Mo., and the late Robert Meyer of Frohna, Mo. Matlock is a 2000 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is a registered nurse at Southeast Missouri Hospital...
Cook-Watson (04/03/05)
M.G. and Sandi Cook of Scott City announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Jo Cook, to Ronald Harold Watson Jr. He is the son of Ron and Shirley Watson of Kelso, Mo. Cook is a 2003 graduate of Scott City High School, and is attending Murray State University. She is employed at Goody's Family Clothing in Murray...
Floyd-Crader (04/03/05)
Duane Floyd of Jackson announces the engagement of his daughter, Angie K. Floyd, to Robert L. "Bob" Crader Jr., both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Angie Crader of St. Louis, and the late Robert Crader. Floyd is also the daughter of the late Becky Floyd...
Essner-Fry (04/03/05)
Steve Essner and Kim Essner of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Ann Essner, to Philip James Fry, both of Lago Vista, Texas. He is the son of Jim and Christine Fry of Kyle, Texas. Essner received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Mo. She is a registered nurse at Meridell Achievement Center in Liberty Hill, Texas...
Vogel-Wiley (04/03/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel of Scott City and Carol Vogel of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Rose Vogel, to Donnie Gene Wiley. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan van der Wel of Scott City and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Essner of Cape Girardeau...
Stroder-Burton (04/03/05)
Harold and Lina Stroder of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Angel Nicole Stroder, to Cole Randal Burton. He is the son of Mary Burton of Cape Girardeau and Randy Burton of Belleville, Ill. Stroder is a 1998 graduate of Jackson High School, and received a degree in liberal arts from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is employed in sales with Nextel...
Suedekum-Suhre (04/03/05)
Roger and Linda Suedekum of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Lynne Suedekum, to Tyson Matthew Suhre. He is the son of Bill and Lynn Suhre of Cape Girardeau. Suedekum is a graduate of Central High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education from Southeast Missouri State University, and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction from William Woods University. She is a fourth grade teacher at Alma Schrader School...
Jordan-Essner (04/03/05)
BENTON, Mo. -- Jim and Jane Jordan of Jefferson City, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jody Christine Jordan, to Matthew Eugene Essner. He is the son of Larry and Betty Essner of Benton. Jordan is a 1997 graduate of Jefferson City High School, and received a bachelor of science degree in finance from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2001. She is the on-premise sales manager for Major Brands in Columbia...
Broshuis-Landewee (04/03/05)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- John and Debby Broshuis of Leopold announce the engagement of their daughter, Tara Suzanne Broshuis, to Andrew William Landewee. He is the son of Glen and Nancy Landewee of Leopold. Broshuis is a 1999 graduate of Leopold High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in health management from Southeast Missouri State University in 2003...
Finley-Skelton (04/03/05)
Jim and Jo Ella Finley of Ironton, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kara Lynne Finley, to Michael Todd Skelton, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Bill and Paula Skelton of Scott City. Finley is a 1987 graduate of Arcadia Valley High School in Ironton. ...
Police reports 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Saturday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI * Nikki L. Russell, 32, 1602 Wilma St., Oran, Mo., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, driving while revoked, following too close and no seat belt...
Fire reports 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items Friday: * At 4:28 p.m., emergency medical service in the 100 block of Vantage Drive. * At 8:53 p.m., alarm sounding at 975 Greek Drive. * At 11:37 p.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of South Silver Springs Road...
Out of the past 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
25 years ago: April 3, 1980 Cape Girardeau City Councilman Howard C. Tooke told the rest of the council last night he won't support urban redevelopment in certain areas of the downtown proposed for renewal, if that redevelopment must take place at the expense of designating the area as "blighted."...
SEMO's view: The higher education center concept is a good one (04/03/05)
John Tlapek of Cape Girardeau is president of the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents, and Brad Bedell of Sikeston is vice president....
TRCC's view: There is a need for affordable and accessible higher education. (04/03/05)
John R. Stanard of Poplar Bluff is the chairman of the Three Rivers Community College Board of Trustees....
No place like home (04/03/05)
It's good to be back in Cape Girardeau. February and March were busy with industry conferences. This weekend marks the first time this year I've been home two weekends in a row. Traveling really does make one appreciate the amenities of our community...
Spending limits (04/03/05)
The biggest issue facing Missouri legislators, now that they've passed the halfway point of this year's session in Jefferson City, is how to stretch available dollars to meet all the requests for funding. While other bills are competing for attention, most of the legislative focus and most of the public's awareness is focused on how to cram everything into a $19 billion spending limit -- about flat with the current fiscal year's spending...
Taxes are not a plague to be avoided (04/03/05)
To the editor: Accompanying our rights and freedoms as Americans are responsibilities. As an investment in our country (our present and our future), taxes represent a community responsibility and a patriotic duty. If past taxpayers had not been responsible, we would not have a highway system. ...
Speak Out 4/3/05 (04/03/05)
Reduced premiums?; No oil cartel; Lots of eating; Worth an award; Bring back spanking; Praiseworthy piece; Economics 101; The old-fashioned way; Open-campus memories; Thankful for blessings; Thanks for lights; Through the cracks; Destroying Medicaid; Caring about kids; Litter and drugs; Example of fraud; Extra cigarette taxes; Cashing in IOUs; Clean your own house
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