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Stories from Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Three local residents face meth-related federal charges (06/28/05)
The Jackson Police Department announced Monday that federal charges have been filed against three men arrested in an investigation by the department and the SEMO Drug Task Force. The three men are charged with possession of five or more grams of methamphetamine with intent to distribute...
Jackson, MoDOT agree on Route D traffic light (06/28/05)
Jackson resident Van Riehl, like many other motorists, drives on Route D nearly every day. The traffic is always worst in the mornings when parents and buses take their children to school; when workers make their way to their jobs. Route D is one of Jackson's major east-west routes. It passes by a school, a gas station, a car wash, a day-care center and a funeral home. Several roads, which lead into large subdivisions, feed into the highway...
Newspaper Hall of Fame names inductees (06/28/05)
Contingent includes representatives from Southeast Missouri. Five people will be inducted to the Missouri Press Association Newspaper Hall of Fame Sept. 23, including a man from the Southeast Missouri area. The inductees include: Charles Ellinghouse, former publisher of five Southeast Missouri newspapers; H. ...
Windstorm causes damage to Cape hangars, airplanes (06/28/05)
A freak windstorm hit the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport on Friday and caused substantial damage to hangars, planes and the airport terminal. The gust occurred at about 5 p.m. Friday and damaged the wings of two planes. It also bent the door of one hangar, and a piece on the corner of another hanger was blown off. Some terminal windows also were broken after the wind caught under the canopy of a portable passenger boarding ramp and tossed it through the glass...
Cape Girardeau resident arrested on drug charges (06/28/05)
A Cape Girardeau man has been charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and resisting arrest. The Jackson Police Department arrested Josiah Sacha, 30, on Wednesday. Sacha posted bond on Monday and has a hearing set for July 14...
Alternative farmers market changing locations (06/28/05)
The location for the Cape Alternative Farmers Market will move this week to the area behind the playground facing Rodney Street in Arena Park. The location this week was changed because of Vacation Bible School. The same items will be featured at the market this week, including peaches, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, green beans and honey. ...
Three enter guilty pleas in illegal drug, weapons cases (06/28/05)
Three Southeast Missouri men entered guilty pleas on three separate and unrelated charges Friday in federal court in Cape Girardeau. David Paul Wood, of Kewanee, Mo., pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Wood now faces a punishment of a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine with supervised release of three years. ...
Couple claims winning ticket for St. Jude Dream Home (06/28/05)
When Teresa Norden called the toll-free phone number to buy a ticket for the St. Jude Dream Home earlier this month, the salesperson asked her how many she wanted. "Just one," she remembers saying. "That's all it takes," the salesperson replied...
Disparity in dropout statistics at Central (06/28/05)
Administrators say they're working on new tactics to address the problem. It might be an ethnicity issue. It could be socio-economic. More likely it's a combination. Whatever the reason, only 55 percent of black students graduated from Central High School in 2003-2004, compared to 85 percent of white students -- the largest disparity among districts of its size in Missouri...
Kinder signs bill to extend jet fuel sales tax (06/28/05)
The new law will increase the amount of money to defray costs of traffic control towers. The sales tax on fuel for commercial and private jets will continue for another five years in Missouri, keeping alive a pool of funds that are increasingly important for making improvements at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport...
Missouri display of commandments protected by ruling (06/28/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Nearly 47 years to the day after the Missouri Fraternal Order of Eagles erected a Ten Commandments monument on the state Capitol grounds, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday issued a ruling that likely protects it from potential constitutional challenges...
Fireworks rules no problem for vendors (06/28/05)
There's still plenty of fireworks to shoot off in Cape Girardeau and Jackson even though vendors no longer can sell bottle rockets. The Cape Girardeau City Council and Jackson Board of Aldermen enacted new fireworks laws last year that shortened fireworks sales by a week and banned the discharge of bottle rockets in both cities...
Jackson Board of Aldermen action 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Action items n The board approved an audit report for 2004 as prepared by Beussink, Hey, Roe, Seabaugh and Stroder LLC, certified public accountants. * The board approved an ordinance to accept the bid and authorize $424,143.50 contractual agreement with PR Developers Inc. for the Elwanda Drive sewer project...
Learning briefs 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Southeast honor society gets excellence award; Area students chosen to attend Boys State
Duking it out in debate (06/28/05)
ATLANTA -- Adrienne Glover admits to getting emotional when her inner-city school's debate team faces experienced, well-funded squads from exclusive private schools. The emotion? Joy. "It's really fun when you beat them," said Glover, a rising 14-year-old at Benjamin Mays High School in southwest Atlanta, where all the students are minorities and half qualify for free or reduced-price lunches. "They think they're so good."...
Teenager critically injured in second shark attack off Florida in three days (06/28/05)
CAPE SAN BLAS, Fla. -- A boy fishing in waist-deep water Monday was bitten and critically injured in the second shark attack on a teenager along the Florida Panhandle in three days. Craig A. Hutto, 16, of Lebanon, Tenn., was taken to Bay Medical Center in Panama City, where his leg was amputated. He was listed in critical condition but was expected to recover, said hospital spokeswoman Christa Hild...
Business briefs 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Court rules movie, music industry can sue for piracy WASHINGTON -- Hollywood and the music industry can file piracy lawsuits against technology companies caught encouraging customers to steal music and movies over the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. ...
Mixed rulings on religious displays issue (06/28/05)
Supreme Court says some Ten Commandments displays OK, some not. WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court gave government officials a mixed message about Ten Commandments displays on public property: You can put them up, just don't be too religious about it...
AFL-CIO leaders meet with dissident union heads (06/28/05)
WASHINGTON -- Union leaders who govern the AFL-CIO voted Monday to support President John Sweeney's plans to boost organizing efforts and continue political activities for pro-labor candidates and policies, but leaders representing a coalition of five dissident unions voted against Sweeney's proposals...
BTK serial killer pleads guilty to 10 murders (06/28/05)
WICHITA, Kan. -- For nearly an hour, the balding figure in a tie and jacket matter-of-factly told a tale of horror that shocked the community he had terrorized for three decades. He chillingly recounted how he trolled the neighborhoods of Wichita randomly stalking his prey. He talked about how he hanged an 11-year-old girl from a sewer pipe after murdering her parents and brother...
Crude oil settles at new high above $60 a barrel (06/28/05)
VIENNA, Austria -- Oil prices settled at a record high above $60 a barrel on Monday, reflecting traders' concerns about strong demand and potential supply bottlenecks. With $60 no longer a threshold -- and with continued concerns about refining capacities -- prices appeared set to go even higher, analysts said...
Tens of thousands protest Israel's Gaza withdrawal in latest salvo of color war (06/28/05)
JERUSALEM -- Blue and orange: the colors of a sunset over the Mediterranean in the Gaza Strip -- and of an emotional battle over the Israeli government's plans to withdraw Jewish settlers from their coastal enclaves there. On Monday, tens of thousands of orange-clad settlers and their supporters lined major highways in a nationwide protest against the Gaza pullout. They disrupted traffic, shouted slogans and drew noisy honks of support from motorists...
Jackson, ND soccer players selected all-state (06/28/05)
Jackson senior Molly Hartmann earned Class 2 first-team all-state honors for the third straight season as the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association recently released its all-state list. Hartmann led the area in scoring, as Jackson won its fourth straight district title this season. According to unofficial statistics, Hartmann finished with 30 goals and 20 assists. With her 30 goals, Hartmann moved into third-place on the state career goals list with 132...
Helsinki bound: Miles Smith to run for USA at World Championships (06/28/05)
Miles Smith to run for USA at World Championships Miles Smith's magical 2005 carpet ride is still going strong. Smith has been selected for the United States track and field team that will compete in the World Championships in Helsinki, Finland, Aug. 6 to 14...
Ford & Sons fails to hold off Sikeston (06/28/05)
Cape suffered a 6-5 district loss at home. Southeast Missourian Whatever the Cape Girardeau American Legion team dished out on Monday, Sikeston was ready to return. In a game which saw four different lead changes, Sikeston prevailed 6-5 in the opener of a doubleheader at Capaha Field. Cape Ford & Sons fell to 1-3 in District 14, while Sikeston improved to 4-1...
Jackson turns in sharp outing, rolls to 13-6 win (06/28/05)
An American Legion baseball season that began with high hopes for Jackson has included considerable disappointment so far. But after Monday night's 13-6 victory over visiting Calvert City, Ky., at Legion Field, Jackson head coach Mark Lewis believes his team just might be ready to take off...
Redfearn, Lohmann lead field at Junior Series event (06/28/05)
Eric Redfearn and Kirk Lohmann both shot 6-over-par 76 to turn in the low rounds of the day at the Gateway PGA Jr. Series event at the Cape Girardeau Country Club on Monday. Both came out winners, as Redfearn won the 14-15 Tour division by eight strokes, while Lohmann won the 16-19 Tour division by two shots...
Stop that: Suppan has unexpectedly taken on the stopper role (06/28/05)
Over the past two seasons, the veteran right-hander is 12-1 after a loss. ST. LOUIS -- Before signing a free-agent deal with the St. Louis Cardinals, Jeff Suppan was 13 games below .500 for his career. Now he's become something of a stopper. Suppan carried a two-hitter into the ninth inning of his last start on Friday, helping to end a three-game losing streak in which other members of the rotation had pitched a combined 9 1-3 innings. ...
Steinbrenner may be close to erupting (06/28/05)
NEW YORK -- George Steinbrenner is growing impatient, a sign that changes are ahead for the New York Yankees. It took a dramatic ninth-inning comeback Sunday to avoid getting swept by the New York Mets at Yankee Stadium, and the Yankees began Monday night's game at Baltimore 6 1/2 games behind first-place Boston in the AL East...
Bogut will likely be No. 1 selection (06/28/05)
The Milwaukee Bucks are expected to open today's draft by taking the 7-foot center. NEW YORK -- Andrew Bogut, the Australian center by way of Croatia, is expected to be selected first in the NBA draft today by the Milwaukee Bucks. I would be a major surprise if they did not select the 7-foot center with the chubby face, shaggy hair and blue eyes who played two seasons at Utah before opting to turn pro...
Venus avenges sister's loss, sweeps Craybas (06/28/05)
WIMBLEDON, England -- Two Williams sisters turned out to be one too many for Jill Craybas. Stung by younger sister Serena's loss at Wimbledon, two-time champion Venus Williams advanced to the quarterfinals Monday by beating Craybas 6-0, 6-2. Craybas upset Serena in the third round, then returned less than 48 hours later to the same stage -- cozy Court 2, known as the Graveyard of Champions. This time Craybas lost the first six games and the last six...
Sports briefs 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Basketball...
Seeking gainful employment and the working life (06/28/05)
So it's summer now and the time for millions of teenagers across the country to get a job has come. That's why I've been diligently filling out several applications so that I too can become a part of the working world. I've had my fair share of jobs before. First there was the local grocery store, where I think every person in Oran has worked at least a day...
Dad deals with 'Home Alone' syndrome (06/28/05)
It's tough being a dad, particularly when you have a brain cramp. How else can I explain forgetting to pick up Bailey one morning from a local occupational therapy center where she is working to strengthen the muscles of her eyes. I managed to get our 9-year-old to therapy that morning and I dropped off my 13-year-old, Becca, at her theater workshop...
Mary Fowler (06/28/05)
PUXICO, Mo. -- Mary Belle Fowler, 76, of Puxico died Saturday, June 25, 2005, at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center in Poplar Bluff, Mo. She was born May 22, 1929, near Dudley, Mo., daughter of Everett and Elizabeth Peck Scott. She and Lyman Fowler were married Nov. 1, 1946, at Bloomfield, Mo...
Clara Hormann (06/28/05)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Clara Pearl Hormann, 99, of Sikeston died Sunday, June 26, 2005, at Clearview Nursing Center. She was born Oct. 18, 1905, at Flat River, Mo., daughter of B. and Laura Belle Walton. She married Wilbur Hormann. Survivors include two sons, Ernest Stidham of Sikeston, C.B. Stidham of Rockview, Mo.; a daughter, Bonnie Allen of St. Louis; eight grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren...
Hetty Finley (06/28/05)
Hetty Finley, 76, of St. Louis died Sunday, June 26, 2005, at St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis. She was born July 28, 1928, in Baltimore, Md., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner. She and Bill Finley were married May 27, 1947. He died Aug. 9, 1996...
Bertha Barker (06/28/05)
GLENALLEN, Mo. -- Bertha Barker, 95, of Glenallen died Sunday, June 26, 2005, at her home. Liley Funeral Home in Marble Hill, Mo., is in charge of arrangements.
James Trout (06/28/05)
PUXICO, Mo. -- James William "Bill" Trout, 79, of Puxico died Friday, June 24, 2005, at Forest Park Hospital in St. Louis. He was born Dec. 29, 1925, at Campbell, Mo., son of James Ora and Dottie Mae Wright Trout. He and Jean Gunter Whitsel were married Feb. 9, 1974, at Puxico...
Mabel Fish (06/28/05)
ZALMA, Mo. -- Mabel A. Fish, 70, of Alton, Ill., died Saturday, June 25, 2005, at her home. She was born Sept. 7, 1934, at Zalma, daughter of Paul and Mary Moore Hamlin. She and Carl Fish were married Oct. 15, 1949. He died Oct. 2, 1983. Survivors include her mother of St. ...
David Wilhelm (06/28/05)
David Wilhelm, 44, of Savoy, Texas, died Tuesday, June 21, 2005, at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas. He was born Sept. 10, 1960, in Cape Girardeau, son of Emanuel and Shirley Sievers Wilhelm. Wilhelm was a 1978 graduate of Bonham High School in Bonham, Texas. He was a heavy equipment operator in track maintenance with Union Pacific Railroad 25 years...
Martha Ash (06/28/05)
Martha Jeanette Williams Ash, 84, of Jackson, died Sunday, June 26, 2005, at her home. She was born Nov. 3, 1920, in Lake County, Tenn., daughter of the late Boyd and Mabel Hart Williams. She is survived by her husband of 68 years, James D. Melvin Ash...
Gerhard Birk (06/28/05)
Gerhard M. Birk, 91, of Jackson passed away Monday, June 27, 2005, at Monticello House in Jackson, where he had resided since October 2003. He was born July 3, 1913, in Tilsit, Mo., son of Alvin M. and Amanda Lange Birk. He married Margaret Froemsdorf Oct. 13, 1940. She passed away May 30, 1970. He then married Georgia Proffer-Sachse Sept. 27, 1975. She passed away June 6, 1980...
Births 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Dalton; Rosanna; Ray; Presley
Woodland Elementary School (06/28/05)
West Lane Elementary (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Victoria Baker, Katelyn Beasley, Heather Blankenship, Adam Brown, Paige Brown, Hailey Callis, Kearsten Collins, Kristen Cook, Tyler Dunlap, Nick Fisher, Bailey Friese, Chris Gentry, Ethan Gibbons, Cody Harris, Chris Hartle, Mackenzie Hill, Mackenzie Hobeck, Jenna Houchins, Kyle James, Evan Johnston, Cambree Kirchner, Caleb Koehler, Crystal Ladner, Ashley Laurentius, Laura Liley, Jacob Little, Cody Macke, Lauren Mann, Allison Mauk, Rachel Mayfield, Kaitlyn McHughs, Rachel Michelson, Ryan O'Rear, Andy Overmann, Jessica Peters, Adelyn Petzoldt, Amber Reid, Bethani Riley, Corey Robertson, Teri Rookard, Kacie Sandlin, Gary Schweer, Kaitlin Shumate, Jacob Smith, Alex Stagner, Skyler Steele, Sara Thompson, Eva Trunzo. ...
Trinity Lutheran School (06/28/05)
Fourth quarter A Honor Roll 5th grade -- Sam Breite, James Holloway, Kelsey James, Steven Killen, Will Kinder, Jon Winkler 6th grade -- Kristen Dippold, Lucy Gage, Abby Hartmann, Brayton Klaus, Elizabeth Ward, Logan Young 7th grade -- Julie Mothershead, Rhett Obermann, Rachel Rodgers, Erica Shirrell, Seth Stevens...
St. Vincent De Paul Parish School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Chelsea Hastings, Nic Norman, Nick Bira and Jacob Cieslewicz. 5th grade -- Josh Baumgart, Brooke Bohnert, Lindsey Davis, Madeline Dufek, Kelly Kapp, Philip Schuchardt, Vance Toole, Savanna Ayers, Abby Crites, Kate Edwards, Kaci Howard, Elizabeth Kiblinger, Morgan Morris, Jessica Pfau, Seth Robert...
St. Vincent Junior High (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll 8th Grade -- Briana Burroughs, Jason Carron, Austin Davis, Sarah DeWilde, Valerie Finger, Joel Fischer, Ashley Grogg, Bayley Hotop, Shelby Hotop, Joel Kapp, Janel Koenig, Koji Kuroda, Justin L'Hote, Carissa Luttrell, Nikki Mattingly, Morgan Moll, Zach Naeger, Shawn Renner, Anne Steele, Jessica Sutterer, Lindsey Wehmeyer, Alicia Zarlingo...
St. Vincent High School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter ** A Honor Roll 12th Grade -- Justin Balsman, Andrew Blair, Anthony Brown, Jason Brown, Stacy Brown, Jacob DeWilde, Philip Graf, Joey Guilliams, Luke Guyot, Jamie Haertling, Greg Hoernig, Elizabeth Kasten, Kyle Kline, Tyler Lozier, Danny Rellergert, Amber Schnurbusch, Jennifer Sutterer...
St. Paul Lutheran School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter ** Scholastic Honor Roll 5th Grade -- Katie Garner, Riley Huber, Luke Mueller, Caleb Newcomer, Tylyn Mayberry. 6th  Grade -- Taylor Nolan, Joseph Schneider 7th Grade -- Valerie Drewett, Brianna Gray ** High Honor Roll 5th Grade -- Alex Bolen, Jeremy Engelhart, Nicole Hemmann, Brett Haertling, Michelle Hoffman, Connor King, Cody Meyer, Eric Miller, Salena Poston, Courtney Seabaugh, Emily Tiehes...
St. Mary Cathedral School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Taylar Ainsworth, Riley Bauer, Mujtaba Burny, Michael Essner, Nick Essner, Vince Foeste, Josh Johnson, Tyler Kirchdoerfer, Kate Lastrapes, Kelsey Luster, Abby Minor, Mollie Pleimann, Jessica Plumley, Marissa Scheffer, Husam Wadi, Alex Wiesner...
St. Joseph Parish School (Scott City) (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll Fourth Grade -- Loney Pender Fifth Grade -- Kate Bohn, Landon Robert Sixth Grade -- Jamie Sholtz Seventh Grade -- Skylar Cobb, Jane Morrill Eighth Grade -- Logan Davis, Kevin Drury, Clayton Hall, Abbie Messmer, Cody Page B Honor Roll...
St. Augustine School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Collin Bentley, Breanna Conklin, Cody DeBrock, Taylor Heisserer, Alex Landewee, Taylor Seyer 5th grade -- Brittany Essner, Kelsey Heisserer 6th grade -- Courtney Bentley, Genny Bradshaw, Stacey Heisserer, Rachel Job, Courtney Reinagel, Courtney Schneider, Alicia Ticer...
South Elementary (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll Fourth Grade -- Montana Adams, Brock Austin, Madison Beussink, Heather Brown, Brittany Burnell, Russell Couey, Mollie Crader,Zach Crader, Kaitlyn Crites,Kaylee Eaves,Nicole Glastetter, Garrett Griffin, Gage Hahs, Logan Harris, Casey Holzum, Lizzie Hosler, Billy Hutson, Thomas Jackson, Jordan Jeffers, Katelyn Kuppart, Chelsea Lane, Paxton Lemmons, Conrad Masterson, Gentry Matthews, Ashley Miles, Trey Moss, Levi Murphy, Dwight Nance,Joshua Nispel, Devin Plassman, Courtney Pratt, Joe Rappa, Alex Rhodes, Lacie Robinson, Mady Scheper, Hunter Schuette, Brianna Sell, Patricia Sirgo, Emilee Smith, Alex Sotak, Jesse Steele, Aimee Stockard, Paden Wachter, Chandler Wendel, Mary Beth Wright, Matthew Zeller.. ...
Scott City R-1 Middle School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 6th grade -- Zachary Bradshaw, Brooke Dohogne, Myriah Miller, Mallory Reddick, Corey Rogers, Katessa Simmons, Michael Stepak, Austin Tapley. 7th grade -- Michael Bohn, Olivia Bradshaw, Hayley Compass, Katie Diebold, Stephanie Essner, Lisa Farrar, Lindsey Hadley, Zechariah Kurgas, Krista LaFentres Libby Miles, Taylor Mungle, Troy Phegley, Rachel Reed, Holli Shemonia, Brooke Simpson...
Scott City High School (06/28/05)
Fourth Quarter High Honor Roll 9th grade -- Brittany Dohogne, Sarah Eichhorn, Emilee Glueck, Micheala Hobeck, Donielle Howell, Jessica Irey, Heather Kinder, Shawn Lynn, David Massey, Jr., Brooke Rhymer, Lauren Schaefer, Whitney Tapley, Jordan Weiss, Kristin Yetman...
Scott City Elementary School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll 3rd grade -- Danyon Blankenship, Becky Burger, Hailey Clayton, Aimee Lathum, Ryan Marshall, Destanie Raines, Taylor Raines, Matt Schroeter, Lucas Steagall 4th grade -- Jessica Boswell, Ryan Brock, Blake Flannigan, Ryan Fortner, Alex Glaus, Courtney Graff, Elaina Irvin, Brooke McCulley, Megan McNeely, Charlie Patterson, Alexis Spriggs, Erica Taylor, Cody Zepp...
R.O. Hawkins Junior High School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 8th grade -- Nicholas Arnold, Casi Jo Aslin, Todd Aufdenberg, Ryan Bass, Audrey Batz, Chelsey Beasley, Alexis Bogenpohl, Alyssa Bollinger, Kyle Borneman, Joshua Bowen, Jessica Bradshaw, Eric Brashear, Chantel Brooks, Lindsey Brotherton, Lucas Brown, Matthew Brown, Shelby Darnell, Megan Davidson, Dylan Dee, Alyssa Dittmer, Joshua Duncan, Jessica Dunn, Gabriel Eggers, Brittany Estes, Kaci Evans, Ian Fitzgerald, Alexander Friese, Chad Gantz, Gregory Gibson, Cody Green, Kenneth Grothman, Jessica Groves, Erinne Haff, Alexis Halter, Caleb Harris, Evan Henry, Andrew Hinkle, Ashten Howard, Alyssa Hyslop, Amber Julian, Kaitlyn Karleskint, Alison Keiper, Kirsten King, Jordan Kirn, Tyler Kremer, Casey Lorenz, Daivd martin, Kayla Mayfield, Marlana McDowell, Kirsti Meier, Kati Miinch, Charissa Mize, Andrea Moore, Michael Mouser, Miranda Mudge, Katelyn Myracle, Jermemy Nagel, Maura Neader, Morgan Peters, Larissa Petzoldt, Travis Pinkerton, Jennifer Pitman, Ashley Ptacek, Stacy Roth, Travis Roth, Jordan Russell, Bobbi Jo Schlick, Rebecca Schmitt, Andrew Scholl, Ashley Schott, Adrienne Schwieger, Colby Siebert, Richard Simpson, Dustin Spooler, Whitney Steward, Richa Sutaria, Emily Thompson, Jessica Tuschhoff, Evan Watkins, Samantha Watson, Ryan Welker, Isaac Whipple, Robert Williamson, Kyla Wills, Andrew Winkleblack, Leigha Wondrick, Jacob Wren, Drew Young.. ...
Oran Junior & Senior High School (06/28/05)
12th grade -- Garrett Baker, Nathan Bollinger, Jordie Dennis, Amanda Eftink, Josh Glueck, Sierra Glueck, Travis Randolph, Clayton Scherer, Tori St. Cin, Preston Walter 11th grade -- Kyle Campbell, Lauryn Crites, Carmen Duncan, April Eftink, Jonathon Fowler, Jeremy Griffin, Jerrica McKnight, Josh Puckett, Wilson Sikes, Jessica Womack...
Oran Elementary School (06/28/05)
Fourth Quarter 3rd grade -- Ben Boan, Salenia Boan, Cheyanne Caudle, Zeb Chapman, Heather Cornelius, Amanda Flanigan, Trey Hopper, Cash Kinney, Molly McConnell, Hunter McPherson, Dakota Mims, Allison Phillips, Hayley Pobst, Chrissy Sauceda, Tyler Schott...
Oak Ridge Elementary School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 4th Grade -- Danielle Daume, Hunter Seyer 5th Grade -- Danielle Cole, Heather Kellogg, Monica Kester, Chelsea Kirn, Amanda Lappe, Garrett Matthews, Dustin Oehl, Kyle Rohde B Honor Roll 4th Grade -- Jordyn Aden, Georgia Austin, Emilie Beard, Carlie Bolen, Austin Dowdy, Grace Fox, Caleb Johnston, Shelby Mangels, Katie Newell, Shelby Ray, Lance Rohde, Ethan Seyer, Tim Thompson, Dylan Warren...
Oak Ridge Middle and High School (06/28/05)
6th grade -- Savannah Aldrege, Rachel Barks, Jasmine Clark, Brittany Durham, Brooke Durham, Caleb Elam, Garrett Moll, Dakota Oehl, Joseph Pieper, Stacy Roberts, Luke Sauerbrunn, Kaycie Seyer, Rebekah Shrum, Ethan Siemer, Brett Thomas 7th grade -- Michael Blyzes, Jesse Jones, Shianne Knepper, Tyler Lappe, Logan Mangels, Lauren Meyer, Morgan Newell, Erin Owens, Emily Ruch, Alex Smith, Richard Stewart, Cody Tuschoff...
Notre Dame High School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 9th grade -- Sarah Bey, Lauren Bond, Lindsay Boyd, Teresa Bradley, Elizabeth Brauss, Elizabeth Buchheit, Mustafa Burny, Christina Chastain, Matthew Clements, Brittney Diebold, Michelle Dirnberger, Katelyn Enderle, Brandon Erwin, Aaron Essner, Cody Farrow, Shelley Frank, Derek Gaines, Kelsey Gaines, Ashlee Glastetter, Kaitlyn Henley, Mark Himmelberg, Stacey Hinkebein, Megan Hodges, Louise Ivers, Neil Kanneberg, Matthew Kiblinger, Andrew Koeppel, Parker Kohlfeld, Austin Kramer, Brittany Layton, Emily Matthews, Andrew Mcintyre, Kristen Mclain, Victoria Moy, Blake Palmer, Adam Parker, Shannon Ratcliff, Stephanie Ross, Jeremy Sarno, Jonathan Sarno, Aaron Schmidt, Paige Schumer, Jordan Seabaugh, Joseph Stoverink, James Thompson, Paulina Tran, David Westrich, Ryan Willen, Ty Williams, Mark Zimmer.. ...
Nell Holcomb School (06/28/05)
2nd Semester A Honor Roll 6th Grade -- Megan Brock, Ivie Ervin, River King, Kyle Morton, LeChelle Pope, Jessie Ritter 7th Grade -- Jacob Conklin, Aaron Hahn, Jordan Pope 8th Grade -- Annabelle Criddle, Jessie Hahn, Hannah Knott B Honor Roll B Honor Roll...
Leopold Junior and Senior High School (06/28/05)
2nd Semester A Honor Roll 7th grade -- Felicia Bratti, Travis Bueter, Amber Douglas, Jill Irvin, Whitney Lukefahr, Lauren Seiler, Chelsey Stroder, Amanda Thiele, Shelby Vandeven, Kelli Woodfin 8th grade -- Amy Beel, Casey Bucher, Janice Bueter, Jessica Bueter, Dana DeBrock, Travis Hurst, April Nenninger, Lisa Smith, Chelsey Stoverink, Dustin Thiele, Whitney Vandeven, Wade Wiseman...
Leopold Elementary School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter 4th grade -- Ethan Broshuis, Brett Cornman, Katie Eftink, Taylor Eftink, Ryan Huff, Daniel James, Brandon Jansen, James Jansen, Shelbee Miller, Jessie Smith, Katie Stone, Kyle Stroder, Dana Thiele, Ryan Thiele, Katie Van de Ven, Allison Woodfin...
Kelso C-7 School District (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll 1st Grade -- Alexis Dock, Clayton Stull 2nd Grade -- Kristi Brucker, Kylie Jackson 3rd Grade -- Lindsey Grojean, Jessica Westrich 4th Grade -- Aaron Eaton, Matt Glaus, Brandi Glastetter 5th Grade -- Karlie Ashcraft, Summer Burger, Kahri Diebold, Taylor Glueck, Lindsay Kern, Brittany Kiefer...
Kelly Middle School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 6th Grade -- Jennifer Abate, Doug Beggs, Taylor Beggs, Audrey Camren, Phillip Cook, Chris Garrett, Lacey Kight, Taylor McBroom, Lindie Perry, Kristen Powell, Kevin Tew, Stacey Tucker 7th Grade -- Londyn Backfisch, Evan Masters, Ariel Morrow, Ryan Rolwing, Cory Slusher, Hannah Vinyard...
Kelly High School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 12th grade -- Michael Adams, William Beggs, Deborah Bell, Ashley Bridges,Ashley Carter, Kendal Deason, Kent Deason, Alex Duncan, Katherine Easter, DJ Ervin, Kelly Essner, Sarah Gates, Derek Felter,Christina Glastetter, Michael Glastetter, Kyle Gray, Kristin Harper, Stephanie Hency, Brad Kern, Bobbie Mayhall, Clay Mothershead, Robert Newton, Laura Pulliam, April Sanders, Patrick Shelton, Chevy Slusher, Michelle Stroder, Lisa Travis, Jessica Wimberley, Kaleigh Wood...
Jefferson Elementary (06/28/05)
4th Quarter 4th Grade A Honor Roll -- Brandy Guinter, Donald Moore, Alex Owens B Honor Roll -- Nikki Barentine, JaMesha Hamilton, Kennadi Jackson, Randy Oehlert, Kelsey Phillips-Franklin, Jeremy Rector, Alexia Turner.
Jackson North Elementary (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Seth Barnhart, Chase Bonner, Chris Brooks, Carlie Cattron, Keagan Cavanah, Stephen Dunn, Steven Eddy, Lacey Gendron, Kyle Haertling, Cory Hogan, Jacob Holmes, Shelby Lambert, Kristin Miller, Cheryl Petzoldt, T.J. Phillips, Gage Rowland, Shea Scholl, Brittany Sides, Sky Smith, Kyleigh Troxel, Jason Welker, Brooke Whitledge...
Jackson Middle School (06/28/05)
2nd Semester ** Scholastic Honor roll 6th grade  -- Lindsey Batz, Hayley Bohnert, Renee Eddy, Ryan Gibson, Samantha Hadden, Alex Harris, Zach McDowell, Lydia Meece, Donald Perry III, Kristen Richardet, Ashley Robinson, Mason Sander, Victoria Schweer, Jennifer Stahlman, Jordan Thomas, Tanner Werner, Rachel Williamson...
Jackson High School (06/28/05)
Scholastic Honor Roll 11th grade -- Roxie Hudak, Lauren Law, Jacob Sailer, Sam Sander, Kyle Sutherlin. 12th grade -- Kara Bollinger, Jenny Eakins, Leni Fluegge, Hannah Gathman, Mattie Graham, Katie Grieshop, Garrett Huck, Brandon Kremer, Rachel Lowes, Dustin Mayfield, Lucas McIntosh, Leslie McNeely, Ashley Meyr, Amy Shinn, Amanda Sutterer, Amber Tenholder, Kerry Thell...
Guardian Angel School (06/28/05)
4th grade -- Brent Hulshof, Josh Hulshof, and Aaron Scherer 5th grade -- Austin Abernathy, Kacie Gaines, Andrew Hulshof, Hali Rendleman, Adam Schaefer, Tyler Schlitt, and Kyle Tenkhoff 6th grade -- Bethany Essner, Andrew Lange, Reece Mangels, Preston Scherer, Shelbie Seyer, Austin Todt, and Nolan Urhahn...
Franklin Elementary (06/28/05)
4th Quarter A Honor Roll  4th Grade -- Jenny Powell, Jacy Keller B Honor Roll 4th Grade -- Jessica Coomer, Kyle Thompson, Kenisha England, Josue Macias, Kaleb Fornkohl, Chrissa Harris, Dena Copen, Devin Fraction, Haley Cato, Kymberli Cook, Gabrielle Dalton, Angela Kaesheimer, Kyle Randolph, Blake Wilson, Angel Cannon, Marissa Luebbers, Jacob Marberry, Mackenzie Palmer, Nicholas Smentkowski.  ...
Egyptian School (06/28/05)
High Honor Roll 3rd grade -- Gina Adams, Joshua Burton, Denise Carson, DanielleCarthell, Tianna Ford, Cameron Grueninger, Hannah McClarney, Jeri McKee, Justin Prewitt, Nathan Price, Jordan Schlamer, Aleah Smith 4th grade -- Kyle Bigham, April Blaney, Jimberlea Bledsoe, Morgan Busby, Corika Coleman, Eric Dent, Jesse Goldsmith, Raelyn Melton, Joshua Sams, Alexander Santamaria, Logan Sissom, Kenneth Vasquez, Elizabeth Wolford...
Delta R-V Schools (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 7th grade -- Alan Collins, Staci Devore, Lindsay Dolan, Cody Helderman, Kaylee Kohler, Lynn McKuin, David Nettles, Amanda Slinkard, Taylor Smith 8th grade -- Kristan Dohogne, Lacey Schreckenberg, Allen Seabaugh 9th grade -- Sara Blattel, Alison Burger, Rebecca Cox, Ashley Deprow, Stephanie Devore, Amanda Drew, Susannah Green, Sarah Keys, Jessica Kidd, Amberly Stout...
Chaffee Junior & Senior High (06/28/05)
7th grade -- Nathan Cicardi, Dikota Flanigan, Amber Hawkins, Chyanne Kern, Lindsy Phillips, Tyler Qualls, Candice Snider 8th grade -- Melanie Baker, Andrew Cannon, Dylan Davis, Kacy Hall, Aaron Horrell, Jessica Seabaugh, Richard Seyer, Taimen Taylor, Chondra Uhrhan, Brent Wessel...
Chaffee Elementary (06/28/05)
4th Quarter Third Grade -- Shelby Ayers, Ethan Bedwell, Tyler Bollinger, Chase Eubank, Travis Hall, Cody Payne, Trenton Pennington, Melanie Rister, Holly Rutherford, Jennifer Sutterfield, DJ White, Megan Wiley, Brandon Winchester. Fourth Grade -- Courtney Berghoff, Daniel Day, Stevie Dukes, Montana Estes, Eastin Harrell, Jessie Horman, Cody Johnson, Kaitlyn Miller, Molly Qualls, Brennan Robinson, Jazmin Sadler, Stevie Schrum, Ellie Sigman, Ben Smith, Tyler Smith, Bailey Swinford, Jared Walker, Amanda Welborn, Erica Welter, Dillon Williams.. ...
Central Middle School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 5th grade -- Kieran Adams, Hayden Brooks, Brooke Burge, Zack Casey, Christian Cavaness, Thomas Crocetti, Ethan Dambach, J.R. Davis, Ashley Diemer, Lauren Dumey, Amy Ennis, Jessica Eudy, Joe Florian, Nathan Fridley, Sam Gerlach, Ami Godbey, Caleb Goode, Travis Gregory, Kassidy Grissom, Alex Grover, Alyssa Gutwein, Allie Hardesty, Susanna Hayward, Erica Hovis, Matt Haynes, Christen Johnson, Laurel Kasten, Ellie Kidd, Joe Kiefner, Madie Kirn, Lindsey Kolb, Gunnar Knudtson, Ryan Ladd, Donysha Lanier, Wyatt Larson, Anneishia Lewis, Jonathon Lutes, Nancy Mardanova, Kelsey Martin, Molly Martin, Megan Matlock, Ross McClanahan, Rebekah McLean, Jenna McLeod, Ashlyn McKinley, Casey Mehner, Steven Meyer, Kendall Milsap, Sarah Mittrucker, Megan Myers, Lizzie Nussbaum, Emma Oh, Matt Ponder, Maria Popp, Amy Raddle, Faith Reynolds, Prithvi Rudrappa, Kristyn Sanders, Austin Shupert, Ryan Siebert, Sushil Sobti, Caitlin Smith, Lexi Smith, Haley Staggs, Mikaela Stoyanova, Brandon Strop, Veronica Swingle, Brandon Tanksley, Destiny Whitney, Jacob Williams, Haley Williams, Desiree Wilks.. ...
Cape Central Junior High School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 7th grade -- Rachel Bagot, Lauren Bishop, Anna Bowles, Rheagan Butler, Sonya Chaudhari, Jennifer Cooper, Dakota Counts, Corey Fowler, Samuel Gramling, Annette Hammond, Clayton Hardesty, Hayley Harris, Ben Hendricks, Bob Howard, Lyndsey Keener, Alli Kluesner, Diane Langenfeld, Julie Langenfeld, Sarah Lasky, Yong Lee, Farrah Malik, Kaitlin McGrath, Matthew McLean, Emily Myers, Zachary Reeves, Miranda Rich, Chayli Richardson, Veda Riley, Mariah Sander, Trenton Sanders, Nina Scheibe, Shawna Shockley, Charis Stewart, Dylan Stover, Janna Trautwein, Eric Walter, Joshua Wen, Adam White. ...
Cape Girardeau Central High School (06/28/05)
Spring Semester ** A Honor Roll 12th grade -- Jeffrey Beard, Kara Beckett, Katherine Belcher, Amy Bickings, Whitney Blattner, Kari Bragg, Alisha Cochrane, Megan Conrad, Kara Crawford, Mary Grace Deline, Stephen Dixon, Brittney Farrow, Meredith Francis, Jakob Hamann, Megan Harrington, Catherine Hayward, Angela Heise, Matthew Hellrich, Erin Herbst, Sara Jaster, Brooke Johnson, Ryan Johnston, Marian Lafoe, Drew Lincoln, Corey Main, Katherine Marsh, Margot McAllister, Megan McMurry, Jennifer Pancoast, Sarah Polen, Sarah Riley-Land, Ram Rohatgi, Jenna Russell, Lindsey Smith, Rachel Story, Kristina Straubinger, Olivia Swingle, Matthew Taylor, Caprice Thomas, Lauren Thompson, Elizabeth Veale, Danielle Williams, Kristen Wishart, Katie Wolz.. ...
Cape Christian School (06/28/05)
A Honor Roll 1st grade -- Caroline Baughn, Hannah Braswell, Jacob Burchyett, Jeremy Elliott, Joel Garner, John Paul Goodman, Audry Helms, Paris Johnson, Michaela Lovig, Ethan Mirgeaux, Clayton Monia, Candice Pearson, Kent Reagan, Blake Stovall, Michaela Turner, Maci Wallace, Kailee Welker, Megan Westcott...
Blanchard Elementary School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter ** B Honor Roll 4th grade -- Sarah Barnes, Claire Bostic, Cody Bredekamp, Bailey Clubb, Emily Dalton, Justin Dunning, Jeremy Edwards, Jackie Hall, Riley Harris, Brandon Hathaway, Myesha Jackson, Joseph Lesar, John Maltbie, Mollie Nelms, Gabe Pennington, Alex Riehl, Tayler Snider, Marisol Solis, Evi Zamora...
Alma Schrader Elementary School (06/28/05)
4th Quarter ** A Honor Roll Fourth Grade -- Austin Bollinger,  Rachel Diamond, Mallory Dickson, Morghan Edwards, Matt Flanagan, Tristan Frayser, Mayu Furuya, Vladimir Georgiev, Breanna Givens, Jonah Goot, Kylee Grimwood, Blake Kingree, Chelsea Larson, Bailey Ledure, Ryan Lyle, Emily Majoros, Kaylen Martin, Jeffrey Mathson, Lexy Meyer, Andrew Miller, Josh Moore, Makayla Newman, Stone Patalia, Luke Phillips, Bonnie Pickel, Megan Sample, Joshua Sander, Jordan Staples, Matthew Thompson, Laura Waggener, Taylor Ward, Emily Weisenberger, Molly Whitener. ...
Cape/Jackson police reports 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
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Cape/Jackson fire reports 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: * At 10:18 a.m., a fire alarm at 1455 N. Kingshighway. * At 1:07 p.m., emergency medical service in the 500 block of South Hanover Street. * At 2:38 p.m., emergency medical service in the 500 block of South Mount Auburn Road...
Out of the past 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
25 years ago: June 28, 1980 Of all the primary contests in Southeast Missouri this year, the race between state Sen. John C. Dennis and Lloyd "Jerry" Briggs is the most colorful, featuring all the flair of good old fashioned Bootheel Democratic politics; Briggs says he is conducting a "hard, door-knocking campaign and meeting a lot of people."...
America's story: Why failing to teach history is bad for democracy (06/28/05)
A few years ago, the National Constitution Center surveyed teenagers and found that while only about four in 10 could name the three branches of the federal government fully six in 10 could name all Three Stooges. Everyone agrees we aren't teaching history well, but the direction of reform is controversial. ...
Pet controls (06/28/05)
Sometime in July the Cape Girardeau City Council is expected to approve a new ordinance regulating pets. This will be an update on an ordinance passed nearly a year ago. There are few topics that can stir up a town more than pet laws. Victims of destruction by pets or howling animals in the night welcome any relief city regulations can provide. Many pet owners tend to resist limits on the number of pets a household can have...
Wary of future commander (06/28/05)
To the editor: Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine recruitment centers all across the U.S. are reporting that enlistment levels for the military have been low for several months now. Some are quick to say the war in Iraq is to blame for these low numbers...
Justice is missing in accident case (06/28/05)
To the editor: Is there justice in Scott County? My husband was driving on Highway 77 in Chaffee, Mo., when a truck drove over the left front of our car, causing our car to spin, landing a few feet from the high school tennis class. Thank God our car did not roll. The police report supports this account of the events. My husband was injured severely and will endure the results of this accident the rest of his life...
Ruling is attack on our rights (06/28/05)
To the editor: If you were paying attention to the news of the latest ruling out of the U.S. Supreme Court, you heard of the courts egregious violation of your property rights. A 5-4 ruling gave state and local authorities the right to take your property for private use. ...
Speak Out 6/28/05 (06/28/05)
Keeping pets; Losing our rights; Almighty dollar; Cookie cutter ; Taking our land; Town problems; Property rights; Freedom's limits; Mixed signals; Tanning concerns; Thanks to Cape PD; Help save Cairo; Future hotel site?; Wiser decisions; Other rights too
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