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Stories from Sunday, August 14, 2005

Area businesses can get their hands dirty and help United Way (08/14/05)
The United Way of Southeast Missouri and the Volunteer Intergenerational Center are putting together the annual Days of Caring, which focuses on getting business groups involved in the community. The event will run Sept. 19 through Sept. 23. "We think it is a really good opportunity for people who work in business to see what's really happening," said Marla Mills, assistant director of the United Way of Southeast Missouri...
Deadly dives (08/14/05)
VAN BUREN, Mo. -- Like many of Mother Nature's beauties, the rivers and waterways of America can be deceptive -- at times serene and breathtakingly beautiful. But underestimate them, even for an instant, and the consequences can be brutal. The same goes for the hundreds of miles of towering bluffs that border many of Missouri's lakes, rivers and float streams. ...
Riverside, Sikeston libraries renew contract (08/14/05)
Last week, the Riverside Regional Library District and the Sikeston Public Library renewed a contract allowing residents who live in Miner and southern Scott County to continue using the Sikeston Public Library. Riverside pays the Sikeston Public Library a percentage of the taxes collected in the southern part of Scott County, between $15,000 and $16,000 a year, to provide library service to Riverside's patrons who live in the southern part of the county...
Ruth Tinsley (08/14/05)
Ruth Tinsley, 87, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau.
Riverside library may close Benton branch (08/14/05)
The library is exploring whether Scott County would be better served with a library in Miner. BENTON, Mo. -- Benton residents are concerned about how much longer their branch of Riverside Regional Library is going to be open. The library is exploring whether to open a new branch in Miner, which would require closing one of the existing branches in Scott County, said Nancy Howland, the regional library's director...
Crowd rallies behind Thebes' mud races to raise money (08/14/05)
THEBES, Ill. -- Nitrous- and alcohol-fueled trucks thundered through a 100-foot mud pit in Thebes' city park Saturday night, bringing cheers from a crowd of more than 1,000 people. The mud races brought spectators from throughout the area, including many from the Missouri side of the river, and a spark of hope to a town that recently hit a rough patch. ...
Chaffee marks 100th year at German Days (08/14/05)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- On Friday and Saturday, crowds of residents and visitors made their way to Chaffee's Frisco Park to celebrate German Days in honor of the town's 100th anniversary. Chaffee German Days have been celebrated as long as Kim Stevens of Chaffee can remember. The first one she can recall was Chaffee's 75th diamond jubilee anniversary 25 years ago...
Horses ready for adoption, animal welfare agencies say (08/14/05)
CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Horses confiscated from a southwest Missouri breeding ranch have recovered from the effects of starvation and neglect and are ready to be adopted, the Carthage Humane Society said. The society has had great interest from those wishing to adopt the 28 horses in its care, so they will use a sealed bid process to determine who gets them, director Dave Butler said...
TSA proposes changes in passenger screenings (08/14/05)
WASHINGTON -- The federal agency in charge of aviation security is considering major changes in how it screens airline passengers, including proposals that an official said would lift the ban on carrying razorblades and small knives as well as limit patdown searches...
Talks between Qwest, union nearing deadline (08/14/05)
DENVER -- Formal contract negotiations between Qwest and its largest employees' union were on hold Saturday as union and company representatives met in small groups to work on separate issues that have held up a new contract. ...
PETA reconsiders campaign after facing complaints (08/14/05)
RICHMOND, Va. -- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is reconsidering a campaign comparing images of animal abuse with those of slavery after complaints from civil rights groups and others. The group's "Animal Liberation" campaign included 12 panels juxtaposing pictures of black people in chains with shackled elephants and other provocative images...
Rivals Clinton and Pirro are different but not far apart (08/14/05)
CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- It's only 14 miles from Hillary Rodham Clinton's big colonial in Chappaqua to Jeanine Pirro's modern mansion in Harrison. The homes are different, but not far apart -- a lot like Clinton and Pirro, the leading candidates in the 2006 election for U.S. senator...
Zoo to move ill-tempered elephant (08/14/05)
SEATTLE -- Elephant experts are getting ready to send an ill-tempered 38-year-old pachyderm to Tacoma, where she'll join two other females not known for their social graces. The move is expected to ease tensions at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo, where Bamboo's intolerance for younger elephants and their calves has forced handlers to separate the herd at times...
Man arrested for biting mail carrier (08/14/05)
HOUMA, La. -- A mail carrier got bitten -- by a barking man, police said. Mark D. Plumb, 20, of Butler, Mo., was arrested and charged with simple battery Wednesday after he ran barking from a house and bit the letter carrier on the shoulder, police spokesman Lt. Todd Duplantis said...
Bank robber leaves wallet at crime scene (08/14/05)
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- It wasn't hard for police to track down the man they say robbed a Trustmark Bank this week -- the suspect apparently left his wallet and identification at the scene of the crime. Terrell Green, 26, of Jackson, Miss., was charged with Wednesday's robbery...
Chicago skyscraper to be 115 stories (08/14/05)
CHICAGO -- The architect's concept is breathtaking: a spiraling, 115-story tower that would pierce the sky along Chicago's lakefront and grab the title of the nation's tallest building. "It's very atmospheric. It's not a building that is a severe statement in the skyline," architect Santiago Calatrava said. "We need the height; otherwise, the building almost disappears because it is so slender."...
Federal money might not ease Chicago traffic woes (08/14/05)
CHICAGO -- From trains to planes to automobiles, traffic tie-ups are as synonymous with Chicago as the Sears Tower, deep dish pizza and great blues bars. A suburban traveler driving to O'Hare might get caught at an intersection blocked by a slow-moving freight train -- and then meet horrendous traffic on highways feeding into the airport...
Sri Lanka says foreign minister's assassination a blow to peace (08/14/05)
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka -- Sri Lanka imposed a state of emergency Saturday after the sniper assassination of the foreign minister, a killing that officials blamed on the Tamil Tiger rebels and warned could rupture the island's fragile peace process. Soldiers scoured the capital for suspects and helicopters and military jets patrolled over rebel-controlled territory, though the government said it had not taken steps to break the cease-fire with the Liberation Tigers of Tamileelam. ...
Iraqis vow to complete constitution (08/14/05)
Negotiations were focused on the role of Islam and whether to have a federal system. BAGHDAD, Iraq -- American and U.N. diplomats stepped up pressure Saturday on Sunni Arabs to accept a new constitution with only two days before the deadline for its approval. A top Sunni official said his group would never accept terms that would lead to the division of the country...
Dutch send foreign minister to Indonesian independence day (08/14/05)
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Twenty years after he returned from Indonesia, Joop Hueting gave a soldier's eyewitness account of the "police actions" to suppress what the Dutch viewed as a nationalist uprising in its former colony. Now the Dutch government is making a tentative gesture toward the Indonesian government...
U.S. troops open offensive to retake valley in Afghanistan (08/14/05)
KANDAGAL, Afghanistan -- U.S. Marines and Afghan troops launched an offensive Saturday to take a remote mountain valley from insurgents tied to the deadliest attack on American forces since the Taliban regime was ousted nearly four years ago. The operation is the biggest yet aimed at rebels believed responsible for twin attacks that killed 19 U.S. troops in June...
British Airways resumes hundreds of flights (08/14/05)
LONDON -- British Airways resumed hundreds of flights Saturday at one of the world's busiest airports, while pleading for continued patience from thousands of passengers stranded by a ground-crew walkout. The airline said 420 out of its 500 scheduled flights were taking off from London's Heathrow airport -- 85 percent of its short-haul flights and 80 percent of its long-hauls...
Goodson provides highlight at scrimmage (08/14/05)
The junior college transfer turned a reception into a 60-yard touchdown Saturday. Samora Goodson was recruited from junior college to add some big-play potential to Southeast Missouri State's wide receiver position. If Saturday's scrimmage at Houck Stadium is any indication, he should do just that...
Southeast gets early test, wins exhibition in shootout (08/14/05)
Southeast Missouri State women's soccer coach Heather Nelson had never scheduled an exhibition contest so soon after beginning practice. But with eight newcomers on her 20-player roster, she figured the sooner she could evaluate the Redhawks in game conditions, the better...
Smith helps U.S. relay unit qualify for final (08/14/05)
The Southeast runner put the Americans in front of their heat on the lead leg of the 1,600-meter relay. Southeast Missouri State's Miles Smith did his part to help set the United States 1,600-meter relay team up for a potential gold medal performance at the IAAF World Championships...
Fan Speak Aug14 (08/14/05)
Wants women's news I WOULD like to see the Southeast Missourian publish a little information on B.J. Smith's women's basketball team at Southeast Missouri State. We're avid Redhawks basketball fans, and I'm just curious. I know it's a little early in the season, but I'd like to get some information, see who he has coming back, who the new players are coming and, basically, what's his system looks like for this coming year...
Jackson drops opening game at Cal Ripken World Series (08/14/05)
The Jackson 12-year-old Cal Ripken team dropped its first game of pool play at the Cal Ripken World Series 3-0 on Saturday in Aberdeen, Md. Jackson managed just one hit off Bronx, N.Y. starter Angel Zapata in a 3-0 loss. Clayton Baker took the loss for Jackson, yielding three runs on seven hits...
Rain no problem for Saturday's schedule (08/14/05)
The annual tourney is scheduled to end today. In its 21st year, the Kelso Klassic men's fast-pitch softball tournament has been rained on so many times tournament director Larry Eftink said farmers can pretty much count on rain come tournament time...
Young athletes battle heat in triathlon, golf tourney (08/14/05)
Beating the heat was no easy feat on Saturday. But young athletes nonetheless braved the weather to compete in a pair of events offered for juniors by the Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department -- a youth triathlon and a golf tournament Greg Gibson of Jackson topped a field of 33 participants in the 17th annual Youth Triathlon...
Stewart fastest, but rain washes out qualifying (08/14/05)
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. -- Tony Stewart showed why he's the best road-course racer in NASCAR, and was on his way to winning two poles in qualifying before rain ruined his chance Saturday at Watkins Glen International. First, Stewart set a record to take the top spot for the Busch series race later in the day. Then he made a less-than-spectacular lap but easily held the provisional pole for Sunday's Nextel Cup event...
Carpenter goes distance for win No. 17 (08/14/05)
The Cardinals pitcher recorded his ninth straight victory in a 5-2 triumph against the Cubs. CHICAGO -- Chris Carpenter is baseball's best pitcher, at least according to his manager. Carpenter pitched another impressive complete game to become the first 17-game winner in the major leagues, and Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer Saturday in the St. Louis Cardinals' 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs...
Final major heats up (08/14/05)
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Sweat streaming down his face, Phil Mickelson avoided a major meltdown in temperatures that hit 100 degrees. Davis Love III looked cool as can be, making a minor move that was enough to give him a share of the lead at the PGA Championship...
Billings expresses reasons for optimism (08/14/05)
Southeast Missouri State football coach Tim Billings looked me squarely in the eyes at media day Friday and said he firmly believes the program will be back up and rolling again in the next two years. To the casual observer -- myself included -- that might seem like a tall order after the way things bottomed out last season...
Spawning relaxation (08/14/05)
Jennifer McCord draws the curtains, lights a few scented candles and turns on tranquil piano music. Almost instantly, the living room transforms into a peaceful, spa-like respite -- exactly the effect McCord is going for. "Basically, I want to change their minds about what they're coming to just as soon as they walk in the door," McCord explains. "The focus is really a relaxed evening, from the top of their heads to the soles of their feet."...
Household chores divide husband, wife (08/14/05)
Husband-and-wife journalists Bob Miller and Callie Clark Miller share the same small house, tiny bathroom and even the same office. But not always the same opinion. The Southeast Missourian sweethearts offer their views on every-day issues, told from two different perspectives...
James Bourland (08/14/05)
CAIRO, Ill. -- James K. Bourland, 83, of Cairo died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born May 20, 1922, in Cairo, son of Herbert C. and Lillian Knight Bourland. He was the owner of Bourland Paint Co. in Cairo before his retirement. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Cairo Elks Lodge 651 and Cairo VFW Post 2649...
Larry Proctor (08/14/05)
Larry E. Proctor, 56, of St. Louis died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at his home. He was born April 16, 1949, in Cape Girardeau, son of General "Bus" and Doris Wills Proctor. He graduated from Jackson Senior High School in 1967. He then was inducted into the U.S. Air Force on June 13, 1968, and was honorably discharged June 12, 1972. He served during the Vietnam War and was sergeant at the time of his discharge...
Junior Lang (08/14/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Junior Lavern "Red" Lang, 76, of Anna died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at his son's home in Jonesboro, Ill. Arrangements are incomplete at Crain Funeral Home in Anna.
Wayne Vincent (08/14/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Wayne Vincent, 74, of Anna died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at the Union County Nursing Home in Anna. He was born Dec. 14, 1930, in Wolf Lake, Ill., son of John "Peggy" and Gertrude Rosenthal Vincent. He and Betty Jean McClure were marrried Sept. 14, 1951, at Jonesboro, Ill...
Violet Hoffmeister (08/14/05)
Violet V. Hoffmeister, 91, formerly of Oak Ridge, died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born April 17, 1914, in Cape Girardeau County. She and Ben Hoffmeister were married Aug. 7, 1939. He died Aug. 31, 1998...
Olive Bright (08/14/05)
Olive Mae Odell Bright, 91, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Saxony Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was a member of Lynwood Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau. Survivors include two sons, James Bright of Cape Girardeau, Jimmy Bright of St. Charles, Mo.; a sister, Agnes Brown of Detroit, Mich.; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren...
Arnold Ernst (08/14/05)
BIEHLE, Mo. -- Arnold W. Ernst, 78, of Biehle died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He was born Feb. 9, 1927, at Biehle, son of Joseph L. and Anna Zoellner Ernst. He and Margaret C. Wibbenmeyer married May 21, 1949, at Apple Creek, Mo...
Iva Keller (08/14/05)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Iva W. Keller, 91, of Perryville died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at the Perry County Nursing Home. Young and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Barney Henderson (08/14/05)
OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Barney "Ted" Henderson, 78, of Olive Branch died at 3:15 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at his home. He was born Feb. 25, 1927, in Olive Branch, a son of Barney S. and Hannah Elizabeth Hill Henderson. He and Genevieve Marie Christian were married Aug. 5, 1980, in Mound City...
Antonilla Thompson (08/14/05)
Antonilla "Ann" Catherine Thompson, 86, of Scottsdale, Ariz., died Saturday, July 30, 2005, at the Scottsdale Health Center. She was born Sept. 29, 1918, daughter of Alexander and Clara Georger Burger. She and Everett "Tom" Thompson were married May 27, 1973, in Scottsdale. He died Feb. 26, 1999...
Robert Kasten (08/14/05)
Robert "Bob" A. Kasten, 54, of Cape Girardeau passed away Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born June 25, 1951, in Perryville, Mo., son of Oscar P. and Linda Rowold. He and Brenda Bryant were married June 8, 1974, in Cape Girardeau...
Lloyd Bohnert (08/14/05)
Lloyd Herbert "Herb" Bohnert, 63, of Cape Girardeau passed away Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Feb. 5, 1942, in Perryville, Mo., son of Otto G. and Edna Tanz Bohnert. He and Shirley Ackman were married Sept. 2, 1962, in Cape Girardeau...
Mildred Senciboy (08/14/05)
Mildred Louise Senciboy, age 75, of Chaffee, died Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at her home. On Feb. 19, 1930, she was born at Bayliss, Ark., to the late Joe Hampton Burton and Maggie Cochran Burton Dodd, who survives of Chaffee. She married James (J.P.) Senciboy at Piggott, Ark. on Feb. 11, 1950, and he preceded her in death on March 1, 2000. She attended the First Christian Church in Chaffee...
Probst-Fredenburg (08/14/05)
Julie Marie Probst and Wynn Goodin Fredenburg were married Dec. 18, 2004, at Cape Bible Chapel. Chris Riser performed the ceremony. Pianist was Jonath Young of Jackson, soloist was Brad Berry of Cape Girardeau; and vocalists were Ralph and Judy Sharp, Beth Brown, Marlene Rothenberger and Debbie Mann...
Myers-Friese (08/14/05)
Shyenne Marie Myers and Brian Matthew Friese were united in marriage May 28, 2005, at Caney Fork Baptist Church. Rocky Tallent performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Keith and Sheila Myers of Oak Ridge. The groom is the son of Glenn Friese of Daisy and Gail Mungle of Jackson...
Yingling-Saupe (08/14/05)
Sara Beth Yingling and Jesse Brandon Saupe were united in marriage June 4, 2005, at La Croix United Methodist Church. The Rev. Rennie Phillips performed the ceremony. Music was provided by Trio Girardeaux. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Yingling of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Strong of Cape Girardeau and Rick Saupe of Jackson...
Bliss-Rouggly (08/14/05)
Heather Bliss and Jared Rouggly were married June 25, 2005, at Burnside Christian Church in Burnside, Ill. Jeremy Ferguson performed the ceremony. Pianist was Becky Smith of Carthage, Ill., guitarist was Luke Windham of Macomb, Ill., and vocalists were Sarah Ferguson of Macomb and Luke Windham. Trace Hood of Ipava, Ill., read scriptures...
Kelley-Wolfe (08/14/05)
Megan Catherine Kelley and Aaron Paul Wolfe exchanged vows April 29, 2005, at Francine's Gardens. The Rev. Sam Roethemeyer performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Vince and Jan Kelley of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Pam Burger of Cape Girardeau...
Kluesner-Simmons (08/14/05)
NEW HAMBURG, Mo. -- David and Dolly Kluesner of New Hamburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Jean Kluesner, to Joesph Dale Simmons. He is the son of Mike and Leanna Merideth of Advance, Mo., and Ron and Renee Simmons of Sweet Springs, Mo...
Mangels-Miget (08/14/05)
Lowell and Diane Mangels of Friedheim announce the engagement of their daughter, Lori Ann Mangels, to Eric Allen Miget. He is the son of Richard and Margie Miget of Perryville, Mo. Mangels is a 1998 graduate of Oak Ridge High School. She is department manager of contract sales at Buchheit Inc...
Shetley-Davault (08/14/05)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. John Shetley of Marble Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Kattie Anne Shetley, to Johnathan Joseph Davault. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Davault of Marble Hill. Shetley is a 2005 graduate of Woodland High School. She is employed at Country Mart in Marble Hill...
Edgington- Haupt (08/14/05)
Donna and Gary Shelangoski of Yellville, Ark., and Wendell and Connie Edgington of Fort Madison, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeanette K. Edgington, to Johnnie D. Haupt, both of Avondale, Mo. He is the son of Johnnie and Kathie Haupt of Fruitland...
Haman-Dubs (08/14/05)
Phillip and Shelia Haman of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Stesha Kaye Haman, to Graham Marcus Dubs. He is the son of Christy Dubs of Cape Girardeau and David Dubs of Scott City. Haman is a 2000 graduate of Central High School, and is pursuing a degree in chemistry at Southeast Missouri State University...
Shinn-Sherinski (08/14/05)
Gerald and Jane Shinn of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Renee Shinn, to Adam Jacob Sherinski. He is the son of Joe and Melanie Sherinski of Jackson. Shinn is a 1999 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2002, and a master of business administration degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2004. She is employed at The Boeing Co. in Hazelwood, Mo...
Lunsford-Putty (08/14/05)
Michelle Lunsford and Austin Putty of Cape Girardeau announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Patricia Lunsford of Cape Girardeau and Jim and Karen Lunsford of Marble Hill, Mo. Putty is the son of Remona Johnson of St. Louis and Eddie and Sandra Putty of Pikeville, Ky...
Gemeinhardt-Michaels (08/14/05)
Clyde and Celeste Nenninger of Cape Girardeau and Richard and Teresa Gemeinhardt of Anniston, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Juliana Gemeinhardt, to Daniel Thomas Michaels. He is the son of Dorothy Michaels of Cleveland, Ohio. Gemeinhardt received a master's degree in physical therapy from St. Louis University. She is employed at Barnes-Jewish Hospital...
Hoffmans married 50 years (08/14/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoffman of New Wells celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a luncheon reception June 12, 2005, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Wells. Hosts were their children and grandchildren. Hoffman and Mildred Wallman were married June 12, 1955, at Zion Lutheran Church in Pocahontas by the late Rev. Robert Jank. He is the son of the late Benjamin and Edna Hoffman, and she is the daughter of the late Aaron and Hilda Wallman...
Terrys celebrate 50th event (08/14/05)
Bill and Eloise Terry of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception in April 2005 at Lynwood Baptist Church. Hosts were their children and spouses: Carolyn and Eric Pruemer of Cape Girardeau, Alan and Penny Terry of Pinehurst, N.C., Susan and Doug Mangum of Albuquerque, N.M., David and Dolly Terry of St. Louis; and their 12 grandchildren...
Fire report 8/14/05 (08/14/05)
Cape Girardeau FIrefighters responded to the following calls Friday: * At 6:15 p.m., a rubbish fire at 132 S. Benton St. * At 8:26 p.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of North Pacific Street. * At 9:39 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1000 block of Ranney Avenue...
Police reports 8/14/05 (08/14/05)
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Out of the past 8/14/05 (08/14/05)
25 years ago: Aug. 14, 1980 Cape Girardeau city officials, anticipating a request at the next city council meeting to extend the deadline for completion of the basic cable television system here, say they see little reason why such an extension shouldn't be granted...
Medicaid (08/14/05)
St. Louis Post-Dispatch We Americans ... like to believe we all have the same opportunities. That is a fiction, of course, especially when it comes to health care. For the working poor in Missouri, medical care is not free -- even if the patient herself gets it for free. ...
Another post office (08/14/05)
After more than a year in a temporary facility due to a leaky roof, the U.S. Postal Service hopes to move back into its 40-year-old main Cape Girardeau post office on Frederick Street by late this year. Repairs are underway on the old facility, which the Postal Service recently purchased...
Speak Out 8/14/05 (08/14/05)
Scott City's interchange; Plenty of druggies; Change the name; Enforce the law; Doing his job; Community support; Jackson, take note; Attack on liberty; No income tax; Hot at junior high; Someone to admire; Fiscal excuse; Hats off to CMS; Personal choice; Something different; Chemical concerns; Focus on U.S. 60; Waterpark dream; Stretching the law
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