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Stories from Sunday, July 10, 2005

Plan would make new domain for adult Web sites (07/10/05)
By Matt Sanders Southeast Missourian Like so many other parents, Bryan and Rhonda Young of Cape Girardeau have a love-hate relationship with the Internet. The Youngs know the information superhighway can lead to a wealth of knowledge as long as surfers avoid the seedy back alleys found throughout cyberspace...
25 years later, Margaret Smith's murder is still in many ways a mystery (07/10/05)
Four green rubber totes are stacked along a back wall in the basement of the Cape Girardeau police station, each labeled with the identification number 128755 and the words "SMITH, MARGARET HOMICIDE." On either side are similar totes with the names of other victims written in black permanent marker. Mary Parsh. Mildred Wallace. Margie Call...
Fire report 07/10/05 (07/10/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls on Friday: * At 4:42 p.m., emergency medical service at 319 N. Frederick St. * At 4:42 p.m., fire alarm sounding at 2825 Bloomfield Road. * At 5:37 p.m., emergency medical service in the 2100 block of Kenneth Drive...
How the story was reported (07/10/05)
Even 25 years after the murder of retired Southeast Missouri State University professor Margaret Smith, many people are reluctant to discuss the case. Brian "Andy" Abbott, who is in his 23rd year of a 37-year sentence at the Jefferson City Correctional Center for Smith's death and the theft of her car, declined interview requests from the Southeast Missourian...
Trail of Tears program teaches about wildflowers (07/10/05)
About 45 nature programs to promote wildlife appreciation and education are held at Trail of Tears State Park during the summer. Saturday's program, "Wildflower Bingo," was attended by visitors from Oak Ridge, Gordonville, Cape Girardeau and Benton, Mo. Susan Kelley presented the program for visitors to learn about wildflowers in a recreational way through bingo. Kelley also gave a laptop video presentation to familiarize the group with common wildflowers before the game...
Driver's jump a first for any air festival (07/10/05)
Soaring over an airplane was all a matter of timing, Cody Elkins said. Cody Elkins doesn't worry about broken bones. He's broken 56 of them in his freestyle motocross career. But on Saturday, he emerged unscathed after jumping his motorcycle over a stunt plane in a move that thrilled the crowd at the Cape Girardeau Regional Air Festival...
Downtown dahlias (07/10/05)
Harley Owens, left, and Sarah Goeke planted figaro dahlias Saturday along the Mississippi River Tales mural. They and about 30 other members of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri spruced up the area of Water, Main and Spanish streets by planting flowers and picking up trash...
Bloggers learning that online outpourings have their price (07/10/05)
CHICAGO -- Blogs are everywhere -- increasingly, the place where young people go to bare their souls, to vent, to gossip. And often they do so with unabashed fervor and little self-editing, posting their innermost thoughts for any number of Web surfers to see...
Robber receives 12 life sentences (07/10/05)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A career criminal has been sentenced to 12 life terms in prison for his part in a series of holdups at bars, liquor stores and other businesses over a six-week period in 2003 and 2004. Anthony Johnson, 35, will serve the sentences concurrently and be eligible for parole in 25 years...
Sex offender pictures may now go online (07/10/05)
Greene County's sheriff had posted pictures in the past but removed them after being threatened with a lawsuit. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Beginning next month, sheriff's offices across Missouri will be able to post pictures of convicted sex offenders in their communities on the Internet...
Forced evacuation of Gaza Strip to begin on Aug. 17 (07/10/05)
JERUSALEM -- The forced evacuation of Gaza Strip Jewish settlements will begin Aug. 17 and settlers who refuse to leave by then will lose out financially, a senior Israeli official said Saturday, giving a starting date for the first time. ...
Colorado wildfire forces more evacuations (07/10/05)
WETMORE, Colo. -- A wildfire that had forced more than 80 people to flee their homes continued growing Saturday and more homeowners were put on alert for possible evacuations. Saturday's weather forecast provided little hope of relief from temperatures in the 90s, gusty wind and dry storms packed with lightning. As of Friday, 15 large wildfires were burning across nearly 700,000 acres in the West, according to the National Interagency Fire Center...
Bush salutes British people (07/10/05)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush paid tribute to the British people on Saturday, two days after deadly bombings struck London's transit system, and reiterated his pledge that the "cause of freedom will prevail" against terrorists who are trying to shake the will of the free world...
Bush appointees to appeals court are solidly conservative (07/10/05)
WASHINGTON -- No need to wait until President Bush appoints a Supreme Court justice to see how he will make his mark on the federal judiciary. One level down, dozens of conservative appeals court judges appointed by Bush already are helping to shape the law in ways that ultimately could have as much, and in some ways even more, impact than the nine justices of the nation's highest court...
Dennis charges toward Gulf Coast (07/10/05)
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Hurricane Dennis dealt a glancing blow to the Florida Keys on Saturday, knocking out power and leaving streets flooded with seaweed as it roared toward the storm-weary Gulf Coast, where nearly 1.4 million people were under evacuation orders...
Man imprisoned for joy ride (07/10/05)
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Ten days on the open sea has led to two years in a locked cell for Philip Charles Mesure. He was sentenced to two years in federal prison for stealing a $200,000 sailboat and taking it on a 10-day joy ride last year. Mesure told investigators that during his voyage, he sailed 190 miles in one day and weathered storms alone, federal prosecutor John Stuart Bruce said...
Father-son duo accused of stealing stamps (07/10/05)
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- A father and son are accused of stuffing envelopes -- with more than $200,000 in stolen stamps. Joseph Robert Baker, 51, and Matthew Robert Baker, 21, both of Fort Myers, were indicted Tuesday for the alleged thefts from June to November 2004...
Man can't catch homerun baseballs (07/10/05)
NEW YORK -- Rob Marchese bobbled away a home run ball and prayed for another opportunity to catch one. It came an inning later -- and he blew that one, too. Marchese, a 41-year-old businessman from Queens, was sitting in a folding chair in the first row of the right-field stands at Yankee Stadium during New York's 7-2 win over Cleveland on Thursday night when he stood up and muffed Alex Rodriguez's first-inning two-run homer...
Iraqis drafting new constitution have abundance of issues (07/10/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraqi lawmakers and politicians drafting a new constitution face an abundance of tough issues: the structure of government, federalism and the role of religion -- and only five weeks to resolve them. The task is compounded by the diversity of Iraq's ethnic and religious groups, each clamoring for a charter that accommodates sometimes competing agendas. It took weeks to agree on the makeup of the committee drafting the document...
Aide hopes John Paul II will be made a saint at World Youth Day (07/10/05)
ROME -- Pope John Paul II's closest aide said Saturday that he hoped the late pontiff would be made a saint during World Youth Day in Cologne, Germany next month. "Everything is possible, but I don't know if it would be opportune," Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz said. But he said the Cologne setting would be perfect because "no one loved young people like the pope and they loved him."...
Clues emerging in London bomb blasts as crews hunt for missing (07/10/05)
LONDON -- Police radically revised the timing of the deadly blasts that tore through the London Underground, saying Saturday that the bombs were detonated just seconds apart -- not 26 minutes as first reported. The explosions were so intense that none of the 49 known dead has yet been identified...
Operation Scimitar launched by U.S. Marines, Iraqi soldiers (07/10/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- About 600 U.S. Marines and Iraqi soldiers have launched a fourth counterinsurgency operation in less than a month in a volatile western province in Iraq, this time near Fallujah, the military said Saturday. Operation Scimitar started Thursday with targeted raids in the village of Zaidan, 20 miles southeast of Fallujah. ...
Divers search Aruba cavern for missing teen (07/10/05)
ORANJESTAD, Aruba -- Forensic divers probed an underwater cavern Saturday on the northern tip of Aruba for a missing Alabama teenager, but turned up no sign of the young woman. Later, the team from Florida State University planned to search a lagoon using remote controlled sensors. They planned to check other sites suggested by local authorities over the next two days, said Dale Nute, a forensic scientist who was helping to coordinate the effort...
Talks on N. Korean disarmament to resume (07/10/05)
BEIJING -- North Korea said Saturday it will abandon its yearlong boycott of nuclear disarmament talks and resume negotiations this month with the U.S. and four other nations, a breakthrough reached just as U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice began a mission to end the impasse...
142 arrested in security sweep in Milan (07/10/05)
ROME -- Police arrested 142 people in an anti-terrorism security sweep around Milan prompted by the London bombings, the ANSA news agency reported Saturday. The operation was one of the most visible signs of stepped-up security measures around Italy following threats that Italy might be targeted for its support of the U.S.-led wars...
When leagues collide (07/10/05)
Area Babe Ruth and Legion teams have met on the field a few times this season. The biggest adjustment this week for the Scott County American Legion team isn't its opposition -- a string of games against Senior Babe Ruth teams -- but playing with wood bats...
Two and out- Riverdogs' season ends (07/10/05)
After beating the Capahas earlier this year for the first time ever, the Cape Girardeau Riverdogs entered the National Baseball Congress Mid-South Regional with high hopes. Instead, they were bounced from the four-team tournament in two games, becoming the first squad to be eliminated. After being hammered Friday by the Pine Bluff (Ark.) Braves 11-0 in seven innings, the Riverdogs fell Saturday to the St. Louis Toros 4-2...
Capahas roll into final (07/10/05)
The Plaza Tire Capahas continued their rampage through the National Baseball Congress Mid-South Regional on Saturday night. Plaza Tire improved to 2-0 in the four-team, double-elimination event by blistering the Pine Bluff (Ark.) Braves 18-2 at Capaha Field to roll into the championship round...
Jackson makes quick work of Dunklin County (07/10/05)
Post 158 handed the District 14 leader its first loss in league play. Jackson American Legion coach Mark Lewis wants his team to be playing its best baseball once the playoffs begin. With only one week left before the district tournament, it looks like his team is listening. Jackson posted its ninth straight victory with a 15-1 rout of District 14 leader Dunklin County on Saturday at Jackson...
Jackson Babe Ruth reaches Charleston tourney title tilt (07/10/05)
The Jackson Senior Babe Ruth team pounded Century (Ill.) 15-5 in five innings Saturday to advance to the finals of the Fighting Squirrels Wood Bat Classic in Charleston. Tyler Profilet had three hits and drove in four runs to lead Jackson's 14-hit attack. Trevor Thompson, Brett Groening and Ryan Watkins added two hits apiece...
FanSpeak 7/10/05 (07/10/05)
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Steamboat champion faces charges (07/10/05)
Delbert Marriott left quite an impression at the Steamboat Classic triathlon on April 24 in Cape Girardeau. He won the swimming, cycling and running event in a time of 1 hour, 16 minutes and 35 seconds, less than 3 minutes off the course record. "He's a heck of an athlete, and he was a bit cocky," said Chad Sierman, who directed the race for the Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department. ...
Mulder sharp in Cardinals' victory Friday vs. Giants (07/10/05)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Mark Mulder threw his reliable sinker as well as he has all season Friday night, and he made the same kind of quick work of the Giants that he used to of opponents across San Francisco Bay in Oakland. Mulder pitched seven shutout innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals past the Giants 3-1...
Wie plans to continue quest to make a cut on PGA Tour (07/10/05)
The 15-year-old plays next week in the men's U.S. Amateur Public Links tournament. SILVIS, Ill. -- Sometimes it takes a good cry for Michelle Wie to get over a disappointment. Other times, punching something does the trick. There's no need for either this weekend. Despite a stunning collapse that cost her a historic finish at the John Deere Classic, the 15-year-old knows her time is coming...
Spotlight belongs to Lewis at Deere (07/10/05)
J.L. Lewis had the lead -- and the attention -- all to himself Saturday in the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Ill. The 44-year-old Lewis shot a 2-under 69 to extend his lead to three strokes at 15-under 198 after three rounds on the TPC at Deere Run...
Stewart set for key race today (07/10/05)
JOLIET, Ill. -- Tony Stewart is pleased to have won twice in a row after nearly a year without a victory. He still believes, however, he's got plenty to prove before he becomes a true contender for NASCAR's Nextel Cup championship. Stewart's victories came at the road course in Sonoma, Calif., and the superspeedway at Daytona...
IOC sends message to baseball with vote (07/10/05)
SINGAPORE -- The IOC has two suggestions for baseball if it wants to return to the Olympics after the 2012 Games: Put in place tougher doping rules, and put major leaguers on the field. "The message is clear," International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said. "The IOC wants clean sport, the best athletes and universality."...
Armstrong's team put on defensive in Stage 8 (07/10/05)
GERARDMER, France -- Lance Armstrong looked around for help and found none. He was alone, on a Tour de France climb, his rivals swarming all over him. Armstrong's usually trusty teammates failed him Saturday in the first encounter with the mountains, unable to match the punishing pace set on the day's final ascent by riders determined to bring down the six-time champion...
Giant outing too much for Cards (07/10/05)
St. Louis was limited to three hits by Hennessey in San Francisco's 2-0 win. SAN FRANCISCO -- Brad Hennessey is no longer worrying each outing which pitch will be the one that sends him back to the minors. That mind-set along with some minor tweaks to his delivery are making quite a difference -- and all but earned him a longer stay in San Francisco...
Optimism takes flight with woodpecker (07/10/05)
This spring, I was flabbergasted to hear the news. It spread as if on wings. It was more than a wildlife story, it was a media event, and it symbolized hope for conservation efforts and the benefits those efforts bring to people. I am referring to the rediscovery of the ivory-billed woodpecker in Arkansas. Long thought to be extinct, this monarch of the swamp has been quietly eking along in the backwater swamps of the White River basin in Arkansas...
Southeast football ranked low in national media preseason forecast (07/10/05)
The Sports Network, which covers NCAA Division I-AA football more extensively than any other media outlet, doesn't hold out much hope for Southeast Missouri State's Redhawks this year. A few days ago, TSN recently ranked all of the nation's Division I-AA teams and listed Southeast No. 81 among the 98 Division I-AA squads that award scholarships...
Sneaker savvy (07/10/05)
NEW YORK -- The perfect sneaker marries function and style, is culturally relevant but not trendy. One such shoe is the Nike Presto, according to Chris Law, co-author of "Sneakers: The Complete Collectors' Guide" (Thames & Hudson), and Adidas did a good job with its Climacool shoe, too...
Denim is white hot for summer (07/10/05)
It's a rock star thing. Just about any red-blooded American (at least those born after Bing and Dino, and even some of them) have a center-stage, live-in-concert fantasy. Whatever beat rocks your world -- pop, R&B, heavy metal, Lilith fare -- doesn't matter...
Walking with turtles (07/10/05)
JUNO BEACH, Fla. -- The radio call comes in long past her bedtime but 7-year-old Nacia Goldberg lets out a squeal loud enough to convince her mother she is up for the adventure she was promised. Nacia and her family have spent the last two hours at a turtle rehabilitation hospital waiting for that call, the one that says the giant turtle has crawled onto the sand to lay her eggs...
Tips for becoming a 'grilling hero' (07/10/05)
Barbecuing is an art. There are several factors that can make for great grilling. None of these is particularly difficult; however, a combination of the right factors can make you a "grilling hero." First, always have enough fuel on hand. Often, cooking out is a spur of the moment thing and not having enough charcoal can quickly take all the sizzle out of your excitement. ...
Supervise children while swimming (07/10/05)
NEW YORK -- Swimming lessons, life jackets and lifeguards are not substitutes for parents when children are in the water. Key Club International, a Kiwanis-sponsored organization, is spreading the word about water safety this summer. Drowning is the second-leading cause of accidental death among children ages 1 to 14, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Keeping children safe should be a partnership between parents and their kids, according to Key Club...
Danger Rangers teach prevention and safety (07/10/05)
NEW YORK -- There are many interesting critters and species of plant life for young campers to see on a walk through the woods and the bulk of them are harmless. There are, however, a few things children -- and their grown-up guides -- should steer clear of...
Make your roses last longer (07/10/05)
Rose bushes, especially hybrid teas, are not the prettiest of plants but the flowers sure do look pretty in vases. A few tricks can prolong the indoor show. This advice is belated, but if you want the longest lasting indoor rose blooms, plant a rose variety known for having this quality. Generally, red, pink, and orange roses keep better than do white or yellow roses. And roses with more petals open more slowly and last longer than do roses with fewer petals...
James Coker (07/10/05)
James Monroe Coker, 75, of Cape Girardeau passed away Thursday, July 7, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Sept. 20, 1929, in Seminole, Okla., son of Roy M. and Aline Elliott Coker. He and Ruth Graves were married Aug. 30, 1953, in St. Charles, Mo...
Beatrice Young (07/10/05)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Beatrice Young, 88, of Cairo, formerly of Pulaski, Ill., died Thursday, July 7, 2005, at the Daystar Care Center in Cairo. She was born Nov. 12, 1916, in Tunica, Miss., daughter of Tobe and Emma Kimble. She and Sullivan Young were married in April 1930...
Silas Otten (07/10/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Silas "Si" Otten, 73, of Anna died Saturday, July 9, 2005, at home. He was born Aug. 31, 1931, in Randolph County, Ill., son of Henry C. and Louise Huch Otten. He and Evelyn Boyd were married Aug. 30, 1952, at Salem, Ill. Otten retired from the Anna Quarry after working as a supervisor. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War...
Harry Peeler (07/10/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Harry Peeler, 91, of Anna, formerly of Villa Grove, Ill., died Friday, July 8, 2005, at the Illinois Veterans Home in Anna. He was born April 9, 1914, in Arcola, Ill., son of Harvey and Dora Halk Peeler. He and Ina Vay Peeler were married for over 37 years...
Frank Handley Sr. (07/10/05)
Frank Cyrell Handley Sr., 80, of Scott City died Saturday, July 9, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born on Aug. 15, 1924, at Blytheville, Ark., son of Nora Georgia Rose. He and Jennie Earline Yoakum were married Oct. 17, 1942, at Blytheville...
Births 7/10/05 (07/10/05)
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Parich-Hennemann (07/10/05)
BENTON, Mo. -- May Parich and Beau Hennemann were married May 7, 2005, at Yamashiro Restaurant in Hollywood, Calif. The Rev. Charles Ara performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Tanin and Surapee Parich of St. Louis. The groom is the son of Alan and Vera Hennemann of Benton...
Owens-Glueck (07/10/05)
Heather Dawn Owens and Cletus Andrew Glueck were married June 11, 2005, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Oran, Mo. The Rev. Jack Owens performed the ceremony. Soloist was Carrie Landewee of Scott City. The bride is the daughter of Ronnie and Sue Owens of Scott City. The groom is the son of Marvin Glueck of Oran, and the late Becky Glueck...
Heeb-Long (07/10/05)
MORLEY, Mo. -- John and Gayle Heeb of Bell City, Mo., and Randy and Teresa Conn of Morley announce the engagement of their daughter, Kendal L. Heeb, to Lt. Travis J. Long. He is the son of Robert and Stephanie Long of Dover, Ohio. Heeb is a 2000 graduate of Scott County Central High School. She received a degree in elementary education from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004...
Madden-Miller (07/10/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Madden of Evergreen Park, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Jean Madden, to Matthew Zachary Miller. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Miller of Cape Girardeau. Madden received a nursing degree from Quincy University in Quincy, Ill., in 2004. She is employed at the University of Chicago Hospital...
Baker- McElrath (07/10/05)
Norman and Deborah Baker of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Susan Baker, to Kelly Gerald McElrath. He is the son of Jerry and Dreda McElrath of Jackson. Baker is a 2001 graduate of Jackson High School. She is pursuing a degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing...
Birk- Brown (07/10/05)
Roy and Nancy Birk of Ann Arbor, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Birk, to Shane Brown. He is the son of Gerald and Diane Brown of Jackson and Mary and Dennis Crader of Chaffee, Mo. Birk is a 2000 graduate of Central High School. She is employed at Advance Logistics...
Merryman-Smith (07/10/05)
Jerry and Brenda Merryman of Charleston, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Nadine Merryman, to Bradley Steven Smith, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Gaye Smith of Jackson and Steve and Georgia Smith of Oak Ridge. Merryman is a 1999 graduate of Charleston High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is an administrative assistant at the university...
Cannon-Dunham (07/10/05)
Ray and Emma Cannon of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Sue Cannon, to Bryan Robert Dunham. He is the son of Robert and Janet Dunham of Cape Girardeau. Cannon is a 1994 graduate of Central High School. She received a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Southeast Missouri State University in 1998. She is employed at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri...
Koenig-Canter (07/10/05)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Gene and Beverly Koenig of Perryville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Danielle Koenig, to Thomas James Canter, both of St. Charles, Mo. He is the son of James Canter of St. Charles and Marilyn Bohnert of Perryville...
O'Brien-Pobst (07/10/05)
BENTON, Mo. -- Pat and Sally O'Brien of Benton announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Elizabeth O'Brien, to Travis Andrew Pobst. He is the son of Andrew and Mary Jo Pobst of Oran, Mo. O'Brien is a 1998 graduate of Scott City High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from William Woods University in 2002. She is an accountant with Philip J. Black, CPA, in Sikeston, Mo...
Wesbecher-Schreiner (07/10/05)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wesbecher of Marble Hill annnounce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Laine Wesbecher, to Brent Lynn Schreiner. He is the son of Douglas Schreiner of Perryville, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conrad of Sedgewickville, Mo...
Wickhams mark 50th anniversary (07/10/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Wickham of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May 29, 2005, at Davis Banquet Center. The reception was hosted by their children, Brad Wickham and Tori Karlin. Wickham and Nancy Rhea were married May 22, 1955, at Grace United Methodist Church by the Rev. George Heslar...
Police reports 7/10/05 (07/10/05)
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Out of the past 7/10/05 (07/10/05)
25 years ago: July 10, 1980 Initial census figures for Cape Girardeau puts the city's population at 33,727, a modest 7.8 percent growth from 1970, but Cape Girardeau County as a whole showed a 17.4 percent gain to 57,920; Jackson enjoyed a 31.6 percent growth over the last decade; county presiding judge Gene Huckstep says he is surprised by the relatively small population increase for Cape Girardeau...
Making it work (07/10/05)
There is much yet to be done before motorists begin using the East Main Street interchange on Interstate 55. The interchange is regarded as a major step toward opening up a large area for development and providing another link between Cape Girardeau and Jackson...
Concerns about interchange plan (07/10/05)
To the editor: I enjoyed the well-written series of articles on the new Jackson-Cape Girardeau Interstate 55 interchange, and I believe it will probably be a good thing for the region. However, the articles leave a few questions unanswered and fail to emphasize some important points...
Tri-state area needs regional airport (07/10/05)
To the editor; The tri-state area generally bounded by Cape Girardeau, Sikeston, Mo., and Paducah, Ky. Harrisburg, Marion and Carbondale in Illinois have no major airline service or limited service. Yet this area is bound together economically as shown by the advertising on the network television local affiliates. Unfortunately, passengers often resort to land travel to airports in St. Louis, Memphis or Evansville, Ind., for airline service...
Speak Out 7/10/05 (07/10/05)
Bumpy interstates; Mess in the park; Negative history; Judicial reasonableness; Keys to success; A real entry; Not to be tolerated; Re-upping numbers; County roads; Assigning blame; Terror aftermath; Iraqi deaths; Big yardsticks; One-way streets; Racial issues; Police response
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