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Danish police arrest two more in terror probe (10/30/05)
COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Two more people suspected of belonging to a terrorist network planning a suicide attack in Europe were arrested Friday in Denmark, police said Saturday. The man and woman, who were not identified, are suspected of assisting four Muslims who were arrested Thursday in Copenhagen on charges of planning an "imminent" terror attack. ...
Setting the mood: Halloween activities abound for all ages (10/30/05)
Halloween doesn't just mean gory, gruesome haunted houses, dripping blood and cobweb decorations for the children who attended the Cape Girardeau Public Library's annual Halloween story time and pumpkin carving contest. For those youngsters, Halloween was more fun than scary...
Tax abatements cost school district, city (10/30/05)
Property tax abatements for commercial and industrial developments in the area's enterprise zone cost the Cape Girardeau School District more than $1.2 million in lost revenue over the past five years, tax records show. But school officials say they're willing to put up with a little lost revenue for increased commercial and residential development that will ultimately mean more property tax revenue for the district when the tax breaks expire...
Commission seeks testimony on health care (10/30/05)
Due to cancelled hearings in southern Missouri, four Democratic lawmakers on the Medicaid Reform Commission are independently soliciting testimony in the state. On Wednesday, a Medicaid hearing for the public will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the St. John's Heart Institute in Springfield, Mo...
Tractor-trailer overturns on I-55 (10/30/05)
A Paducah Ky., resident received moderate injuries in a crash at 3 a.m. Saturday in Scott County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Nicky Woods, 35, was driving a Kenworth tractor-trailer northbound on Interstate 55 when he drove into the median and overturned...
Students at Jackson join the MOD Squad (10/30/05)
Four hundred and twenty-five of Jackson High School's 1,200 students missed their first-period class on Thursday morning. They are called the MOD (Making Outstanding Decisions) Squad and instead of class, they attended a breakfast honoring them for maintaining a B average, not having any discipline or homework issues and a 98 percent attendance rate...
Fuel cost (10/30/05)
Fuel costs are a major concern for area counties as budgets are being set for the 2006 fiscal year. Cape Girardeau County Auditor David Ludwig said the highway and sheriff departments are factoring a 35 percent increase for their fuel budgets. For the highway department in 2005, a $135,359 fuel budget was set. And for 2006, the highway department's fuel budget has been increased to $155,000...
Cape band takes third in St. Louis (10/30/05)
The Cape Girardeau Central High School marching band took third place in its division Saturday at the Greater St. Louis Marching Band Festival. The band placed behind Lafayette and Oakville, two large St. Louis schools, said Debbie Lusk, a band parent and teacher at Central High School...
Celebrating the decades (10/30/05)
On a late October day bathed in sunshine, four old friends shared a picnic and a peek at the past. At the Academic Hall terraces, Freeman and Alice Lewis sat on the grass by Irlene and Bill Abram eating bratwurst, coleslaw and cake. Their memories of Southeast Missouri State University stretch back through the years, to when thr school was called Southeast Missouri State Teachers College...
Scott Co. water district faces bond vote Nov. 8 (10/30/05)
The future of the Scott County Public Water Supply District No. 4 may hinge on the Nov. 8 election. Voters who go to the polls will have the opportunity to either pass or reject a $25 million bond issue that will pay for the cost of the project. The bonds will be retired through user fees, and a simple majority is needed to pass...
Man finds 56-pound mushroom (10/30/05)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The mushroom Ty Whitmore found on a relative's farm near the northwest Missouri community of Maysville this week tipped the scales at 56 pounds -- and that was only part of it. Whitmore, 19, of Kansas City, was cutting firewood Monday when he saw the orange and yellow mushroom growing from the base of a maple tree. He cut it off with a saw and said the biggest half of it fell into a creek...
Teen goes on rampage in upscale neighborhood (10/30/05)
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- A 19-year-old in a black cape and helmet went on a shooting rampage Saturday in his upscale Southern California neighborhood, killing a man and his daughter before committing suicide, authorities said. ...
Insurance companies, La. investigators look into fires at flood (10/30/05)
NEW ORLEANS -- Some of the New Orleans homes saturated by the flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina have been damaged by a second calamity -- fire. Both Louisiana investigators and insurance companies are starting to look into the blazes amid reports that some may have been set by desperate people who had no flood insurance but want to collect on their policies...
Hundreds line up in Montgomery to view the body of Rosa Parks (10/30/05)
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Hundreds of people slowly filed past the body of civil rights icon Rosa Parks on Saturday, just miles from the downtown street where she made history by refusing to give up her seat on a city bus to a white man. Most paying respects paused for a moment to quietly look at Parks' body in an open casket at St. Paul's A.M.E. Church...
Train plunges into river in India; at least 100 passsengers killed (10/30/05)
VELIGONDA, India -- A passenger train plunged into a rain-swollen river in southern India early Saturday, killing at least 100 people and trapping dozens more inside the derailed cars, officials said. About 100 injured passengers were rescued from the coaches, which derailed after floods washed away the tracks in the town of Veligonda in Andhra Pradesh state...
Hurricane Beta heads for Central America (10/30/05)
SAN ANDRES ISLAND, Colombia -- A strengthening Hurricane Beta headed for Central America's Caribbean coast Saturday after lashing the small Colombian island of Providencia with harsh winds, heavy rains and high surf. Nicaraguan troops evacuated thousands of people from low-lying areas as forecasters predicted the Category 1 hurricane could reach Category 3 strength before making landfall on the mainland near the border between Nicaragua and Honduras...
Explosions hit Indian capital, kill at least 58 (10/30/05)
NEW DELHI -- Near-simultaneous explosions rocked the Indian capital Saturday evening, tearing through a bus and two markets crowded with people shopping for gifts for a Hindu festival. At least 58 people were killed and dozens wounded in the blasts, which the government blamed on terrorists...
Three high school girls beheaded in Indonesia (10/30/05)
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Unidentified assailants attacked a group of high school girls on Saturday in Indonesia's tense province of Central Sulawesi, beheading three and seriously wounding a fourth, police said. The students from a private Christian high school were ambushed while walking through a cocoa plantation in Poso Kota subdistrict on their way to class, police Maj. ...
WMD terrorism- Sum of all fears doesn't always add up (10/30/05)
AMMAN, Jordan -- After the warehouse raid in northern Jordan, the word from authorities horrified the people of Amman. Terrorists linked to al-Qaida had assembled a fearsome array of chemicals and planned a bombing that would send a 2-mile-wide "poison cloud" over this Middle East capital, killing as many as 80,000 people, military prosecutors said...
Scott City, St. Vincent ousted from playoffs (10/30/05)
Scott City and St. Vincent ended their volleyball seasons Saturday with losses in the Class 2 sectional round at Bloomfield. Scott City fell to Crystal City 25-16, 25-15, and Caruthersville edged St. Vincent 26-24, 25-22. Crystal City (19-7-2) defeated Caruthersville 25-27, 25-21, 25-12 in the quarterfinal match to earn a trip to Saturday's state semifinal round...
Cubs top Leopold for state berth (10/30/05)
Three seemed to be the magic number for the Bell City volleyball team Saturday at the Class 1 sectional tournament at Advance. The Cubs used a pair of three-set victories to qualify for their third state final four appearance. Bell City knocked off Leopold 25-6, 20-25, 25-13 in the quarterfinal match to book its ticket to Warrensburg, Mo., for the state final four...
Bulldogs battle to district title in close meet (10/30/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Notre Dame boys cross country coach Bill Davis had not tallied the final numbers, but he was all smiles after the conclusion of the Class 2 district meet Saturday at Jefferson Barracks Park in St. Louis County. "You could throw a blanket around the top three teams here, but all I know is that we got five boys in the top 15 and that automatically qualifies a team regardless of position in Missouri," Davis said...
Saxony cruises to Class 1 district title (10/30/05)
The Saxony Lutheran boys squad breezed through the Class 1 District 1 meet at Jackson City Park to begin its state title defense. The Crusaders, who qualified as a team for the state meet on Saturday in Jefferson City, occupied the top four spots and placed all seven runners in the top 15 to post a near-perfect team score of 17. (Perfection is 15.)...
Central falls short of team berths to state meet (10/30/05)
Central freshman cross country runner Brittany Moreland missed breaking the 20-minute mark by just over a second Saturday. But that could not spoil what was a fantastic day for Moreland, who finished sixth overall in the Class 4 sectional cross county meet at Jefferson Barracks Park in St. Louis County...
Holloman credits line for improved rushing attack (10/30/05)
Tim Holloman had a second consecutive career performance Saturday -- and he was quick to heap plenty of praise on his fast-improving offensive line. "They played excellent," said Southeast Missouri State's freshman tailback. "They gave me some real nice holes."...
Sweet homecoming (10/30/05)
Southeast Missouri State didn't just break its 12-game football losing streak against Murray State -- the Redhawks crashed right on through. And they took out all their frustrations of this season in the process. In a game between two struggling teams that had all the makings of a tossup, the Redhawks stunned the Racers with 45 unanswered points and rolled to a 52-21 homecoming victory Saturday afternoon...
Redhawks tune up with homecoming scrimmage (10/30/05)
After two weeks of basketball practice in mostly empty gyms, Southeast Missouri State appreciated getting to play in front of some fans Saturday morning. Sure, it was just an intrasquad scrimmage, but the Redhawks said having about 100 supporters in attendance at the Show Me Center added some spice to their preseason...
Kansas finds way to stop Smith, Tigers for third straight year (10/30/05)
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- There's been no way to avoid it. Once a year throughout his record-setting career as quarterback at Missouri, Brad Smith had to play archrival Kansas. As a freshman, he did OK and got a win. But now, three straight subpar performances have led to three straight Kansas wins, culminating Saturday in a 13-3 victory by a team that seems to have found the secret to stopping the most productive quarterback in Missouri history...
Southeast women place 4th in OVC cross country meet (10/30/05)
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- The Southeast Missouri State women finished fourth and the men placed sixth during Saturday's Ohio Valley Conference cross country meet. Samford's women repeated as champions, while host Eastern Illinois won the men's race. Eleven schools participated...
Fan Speak Oct30 (10/30/05)
A trend in coverage SOME TRENDS never die. Why does the Southeast Missourian continue to write about a former athlete who violated team rules now that he is off in another town playing college sports? Spoiled player IN READING about the Arkansas State basketball player who refused to wear Adidas shoes, I think the athletic director needs to show that player he is replaceable and let him stay on the bench. ...
Area digest Oct30 (10/30/05)
Officials meeting set for Wednesday night The Heartland Basketball Officials Association will have a meeting 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Southeast Missouri State Student Recreation Center, Room 107. For those unable to attend or for more information, contact Rick Heuring at 264-3643 or check the Web site at www.heartlandofficials.org...
Selanne scores twice as Ducks top Blues (10/30/05)
Late Friday Selanne scores twice as Ducks top Blues ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Teemu Selanne scored a pair of goals, including one of Anaheim's three power-play tallies, to lead the Mighty Ducks past the St. Louis Blues 6-4 Friday night. Selanne, 35, a nine-time NHL All-Star, has eight goals in his first 11 games back in Anaheim...
Surprising Edwards hangs in (10/30/05)
HAMPTON, Ga. -- Carl Edwards has never had more fun. Being part of NASCAR's 10-race Chase for the Nextel Cup in his first full year on the elite stock car circuit is unexpected, but it is also everything Edwards could have hoped for. Heading into the seventh race of the Chase -- today's Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway -- Edwards is fifth in the standings, trailing leader Tony Stewart by 149 points...
Rams move on without Martz (10/30/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Life without Mike Martz truly begins Sunday for the St. Louis Rams. Martz is gone for the season, and maybe for good, due to a heart ailment combined with an escalating feud with the front office. Unlike the previous two games that he missed, when he kept almost daily contact with interim coach Joe Vitt, he insists from now on there will be no meddling...
Pettersson grabs share of lead (10/30/05)
Carl Pettersson hit five straight iron shots inside 12 feet and made three of them for birdie, enough to carry him to a 4-under 67 on Saturday for a share of the lead with Steve Lowery in the Chrysler Championship in Palm Harbor, Fla. Pettersson finished with eight straight pars at Innisbrook, a tough course that was even more demanding in swirling wind and a warm sun that made it play firm and fast...
Saint Liam makes statement in Classic (10/30/05)
NEW YORK -- Saint Liam came through in the Breeders' Cup Classic and probably wrapped up Horse of the Year honors Saturday at Belmont Park with a victory in America's richest race. Taking the lead at the top of the stretch, Saint Liam held off the challenge of Flower Alley and gave Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey his fifth win in the Classic and 15th victory in the Breeders' Cup...
Illinois offense improves but not enough to get win (10/30/05)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Brian Calhoun rushed for 197 yards on 35 carries to lead the 15th-ranked Badgers to a 41-24 win over Illinois on Saturday. Calhoun scored five touchdowns, including a 46-yard dash for Wisconsin's final score. Illinois (2-6, 0-5) lost its sixth straight game despite a season-high 538 yards. ...
State law protects landowners who allow recreational use (10/30/05)
A 1983 state act was designed to reward the generosity of responsible landowners from being held liable for damages. If someone asked you about hunting on your 40 acres this fall, what would you tell them? Growing up in the 1970s, I climbed through plenty of blackberry thickets trying to keep up with my dad and grandfather. ...
Southeast put together dominating performance (10/30/05)
For the first time this year, there were all kinds of smiling faces for a Southeast Missouri State football game at Houck Stadium. That's what the Redhawks' first win of the season will do for a bunch of players, coaches and fans. And this wasn't just any old victory. It was one of Southeast's most dominating performances in recent history -- certainly not the kind that would normally be associated with a previously winless team...
Paw Prints 10/30/05 (10/30/05)
Paw Prints Traveling with dogs Man's best friend has a lot of company these days. From pocket-sized pooches to majestic mastiffs, Americans love their dogs. The American Pet Association says more than 43 million Americans own more than 60 million dogs. Most of our canine pals are like members of the family -- we like to do things together, and for many, that includes travel. Given the numbers, it's no surprise that a growing number of hotels, attractions and parks are dog-friendly...
Room to breathe in the city (10/30/05)
Neatly trimmed evergreens line the concrete front porch of this red brick and frame ranch home with forest green shutters. Two trees with different berries grow near the house and drive. One door from the carport leads to a shed and another to the main floor laundry room. This is only one of two laundry rooms. The other is in the finished basement...
Garden reopens home of famed St. Louisan (10/30/05)
ST. LOUIS -- To an out-of-towner, the 79 acres of fountains, sculptures and eye-popping landscapes nestled in a south city neighborhood are known as the Missouri Botanical Garden. But St. Louisans often refer to the botanical displays as "Shaw's Garden," a nod to businessman Henry Shaw, who built his country estate on the grounds and worked to open the gardens to the public in 1859...
Toy museum opens in Oklahoma (10/30/05)
PAULS VALLEY, Okla. -- A unique museum celebrating action-figure toys has opened here with as many toys in its collection as there are people in the town. "There will be people who just don't get it," Lenny Brumley, president of the new Toy and Action Figure Museum, told The Oklahoman. "Until they come."...
Paying their respects to their best friend (10/30/05)
"That dog wouldn't hurt a fly," said 74-year-old Bobbie Grim as he sat down and looked over at the plaque marking his beloved boxer's resting spot. "He'd go out and play with the squirrels instead of hurting them." Alaina Hinze, the cemetery's owner, stood nearby with her 1-year-old daughter and admired the plot of land containing dozens of lost pets...
Looking at the bright side of life (10/30/05)
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...
Jeffery Brittian (10/30/05)
DEXTER, Mo. -- Jeffery Lynn Brittian, 37, of Dexter died Friday, Oct. 28, 2005, at his home. He was born Sept. 1, 1968, at Birmingham, Ala., son of Roger Flanigan and Jean Lee White. He and LaDonna Greer were married May 18, 2000, at Grant City, Mo...
Peggy Norton (10/30/05)
Peggy Rendleman Norton, 71, of Gordonville died Friday, Oct. 28, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born July 18, 1934, at Wolf Lake, Ill., daughter of Herbert and Gladys Kimmel Rendleman. She and Thomas Oral Norton Jr. were married March 4, 1951, at Piggott, Ark...
Monica Pind (10/30/05)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Monica Pind, 67, of Jonesboro died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005, at the Jonesboro Health Center. She was born Aug. 4, 1938, in Saratoga, Ill., daughter of Louie and Gladys Haire Smith. She and James Pind were married March 10, 1956, in Anna, Ill...
Alpha Hale (10/30/05)
BRAZEAU, Mo. -- Alpha F. Hale, 96, of Brazeau died Friday, Oct. 28, 2005, at St. Joseph Hospital in Kirkwood, Mo. She was born Dec. 22, 1908, at Brazeau, daughter of Cyrus and Carrie Price Barber. She married Harry Hale. He died in 1954. Hale was an inspector at the Continental Can Co. and a member of the Brazeau Presbyterian Church...
Jack Taylor Sr. (10/30/05)
Jack Wayne Taylor Sr., 87, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 28, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born Feb. 24, 1918, in McClure, Ill., son of Clifton and Cora Wilcher Taylor. He and Dorothy A. "Billie" Henson were married on April 11, 1942, at Cape Girardeau...
Births 10/30/05 (10/30/05)
Piercey; Harrison; Hahs
Stutts-Cutler (10/30/05)
Amy Lynne Stutts and Timothy Michael Cutler were married Oct. 1, 2005, at the Tropical Botanical Gardens in Maui, Hawaii. The Rev. Dennis DeRego performed the ceremony. Tim Ohara provided traditional Hawaiian wedding music. The bride is the daughter of Gaylon and Marilyn Stutts of Jackson. The groom is the son of Walter and Sherry Cutler of Mount Vernon, Ill...
Reeves-McGowan (10/30/05)
Kelley Diane Reeves and John Drake McGowan were married Aug. 5, 2005, at St. James Church of Christ in Tilsit. Chris Reeves and James Schultz performed the ceremony. Readers were Deb Oliveras of Washington, Mo., and Frank Bauer of Milwaukee, Wis. Music was by Chris Nall and Shari Boxdorfer of Cape Girardeau...
Emerine-Bruenderman (10/30/05)
BENTON, Mo. -- Christina Louise Emerine and Jason Justin Bruenderman exchanged vows July 23, 2005, at St. Denis Catholic Church. The Rev. Normand Varone performed the ceremony. Pianist was Bernice Kern of New Hamburg, Mo. Vocalists were Jimmy Simmons of Benton and Jessica Cannon of Keokuk, Iowa...
Meador-Clubb (10/30/05)
Hannah Elizabeth Meador and Sgt. Nicholas D. Clubb were married Sept. 23, 2005, at Old Town Wedding Chapel in Florissant, Mo. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Mary Meador of Florissant. The groom is the son of John and Vickie Clubb of Cape Girardeau...
Mullin-Lage (10/30/05)
Beth Ann Mullin and Joseph David Lage were united in marriage May 21, 2005, at All Saints Catholic Church in Keokuk, Iowa. The Rev. Paul Connolly performed the ceremony. Organist and pianist was Dayton Smith of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; violinist was Krista Soda of Waukee, Iowa; and vocalist was Jason Shaffer of Florissant, Mo...
Perkins- Vails (10/30/05)
Tim and Angie Perkins of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Brooke Ashley Perkins, to Jason Ian Vails. He is the son of Peggy Kinder and Danny Vails of Cape Girardeau. Perkins expects to graduate from Central High School in December. She is employed at Arby's...
Strickland-Kellogg (10/30/05)
Sally Strickland of Cape Girardeau and Paul and Marti Strickland of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Jane Strickland, to Chad Stephen Kellogg. He is the son of Cindy Westrich of Kelso, Mo., and Randy and Cindy Kellogg of Oak Ridge...
Bollinger- Mais (10/30/05)
Steve and Vickie Bollinger of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Gwyn Bollinger, to Zachary Mais. He is the son of Kent and Holly Brown of Jackson. Bollinger is a 2005 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at My Daddy's Cheesecake...
Morrow-Chenoweth (10/30/05)
Dana Morrow and Robert and Sue Morrow of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Marnett Morrow, to Gregory Brent Chenoweth. He is the son of Donna and John Frye of Gordonville and Brent and Barb Chenoweth of Jackson. Morrow is a 2001 graduate of Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a registered nurse in the surgical unit at Southeast...
Hobbs-Emerine (10/30/05)
BENTON, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Stowell Hobbs of Charleston, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Clare Hobbs, to Derek Mark Emerine. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Emerine of Benton. Hobbs is a 2001 graduate of Charleston High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in medical technology from Southeast Missouri State University in 2005. She is employed at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Mo...
Seabaugh-Reyna (10/30/05)
David and Trish Seabaugh of Florissant, Mo., and Juanita Koen of St. Peters, Mo., all formerly of Scott City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Meredith Seabaugh, to John Victor Reyna. He is the son of John and Linda Reyna of Pipe Creek, Texas...
Oak Ridge High School (10/30/05)
Oak Ridge School 12th grade -- Kyle Buchheit, Jordan Casper, Renee Huffman, Lacey Margrabe, Tiffany Myers, Kyle Schoen 11th grade - Ashley Brickhaus, Heather Henckell, Walter Ruesler, Caleb Schoen, Jessica Seyer, Jesse Stewart, Victoria Taylor, Kia Thomas, Cynthia Volz...
Clippard Elementary School (10/30/05)
Clippard Elementary School A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Aleksandra Aleksandrova, Alan Carver, Cheyenne Goss, Josh Greaser, Gabriella Knox, Bailey Kralemann, Jesse Mahan, Ashleigh Mauldin, Kelsi McBride, Jalen McDowell, Aaron Mehner, Alex Mehner, Brandon Perez, Michael Perez, Jordan Stone, Kristin Thompson, Dusty Tolbert, Jared West, Bo Wilferth...
Saxony Lutheran High School (10/30/05)
Saxony Lutheran High School Honor Roll with High Distinction 9th grade -- Jarod Koenig 12th grade -- Tyson Koenig, Matt Mueller, Scott Schwiesow Honor Roll with Distinction 9th grade -- Ross Gage, Tyler James, Eric Osborne, Chris Roth, Cortney Shelton, Bret Steffens...
Alma Schrader Elementary School (10/30/05)
Alma Schrader Elementary School A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Emily Aden, Cheyenne Allen, Bailey Bliss, Cadie Crites, Andy Gibbons, Josh Haggerty, Julien Johnston, Dalton Karlinsey, Colin Keele, Kendra Kelch, Becky Kitchen, Nathan Lutes, Tyler Myers,...
Oak Ridge Elementary (10/30/05)
Oak Ridge R-6 Elementary School 4th grade -- Brittany Amschler, Patricia Austin, Eric Baker, Taylor Bock, Josh Daume, McKenzie Elam, Michael Harris, Emma Hemmann, Jacob Hengl, Jacob LeGrand, Cameron Moore, Janelle Myers, Michaela Oehl, Andrew Puchbauer, Miranda Schumer, Rachel Seyer, Morgan Smith, Jonathan Svehla...
Trinity Lutheran School (10/30/05)
Trinity Lutheran School A Honor Roll 5th grade -- Cassidy Brown, Melanie Dippold, AJ Garms, Malorie Mueller, Regan Obermann, Emily Sheets, Luke Stevens, Zachary Vogel 6th grade -- Sam Breite, Zack Childers, James Holloway, Kelsey James, Stephen Killen, Will Kinder...
Jefferson Elementary School (10/30/05)
Jefferson Elementary A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Jerry Buck, Skyler Carter, Morgan Maguire, Samantha McLemore, Jazmine Mohdzain, Ronesha Stevenson. B Honor Roll 4th grade -- Cullen Blankenship, Armando Cruz, Ciera' Deffendall, Elizabeth Dobbs, Megan Heuring, Dominique Hill, MacArthur Jones, Timmy Jordan, Brianna Lawrence, Malondra Lewis, Khadijah Miller, Bethany Morris, Cassandra Morris, Staci Pulliam, Chatez Robinson, William Sappington, Katie Schnell, Brina Schumer, Nathan Stearns, Alexis Swan, Kyron Triplett, Zaria Ward, Aiyana Williams, David Williams.. ...
St. Augustine School (10/30/05)
St. Augustine School A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Amy Blattel, Brandon Heisserer, Josh Jansen, Nathan Kieffer 5th grade -- Collin Bentley, Taylor Heisserer, Alex Landewee, Taylor Seyer, Chase Simmons 6th grade -- Ashton Elfrink, Brittany Essner, Kelsey Heisserer...
Meridian High School (10/30/05)
Meridian High School High Honor Roll 9th Grade -- Briana Hammon 10th Grade -- Briana Jones, Kelly Masters 11th Grade -- Mario Larry, Destini Morgan 12th Grade -- Veronika Dobrovicova, Sacarya Gleghorn, Segan Humble, Jessica Tucker Honor Roll 9th Grade -- Ronique Bailey, Irene Chamberlain, Jade Garcia, Brittany Housman, Courtney Hudson, Brandon McElmurry, Daviah Pierce, Lavar Pierce, Vernon Trenton...
Jackson High School (10/30/05)
Jackson High School Scholastic Honor Roll 12th grade -- Jodie Gipson, Leslie Gordon, Elisabeth Holshouser, Roxanne Hudak, Lauren Law, Loni Littlepage, Jacob Sailer, Kyle Sutherlin, Caleb Tankersley. 11th grade -- Shannon Felker, Darla Mangels, Jasen Price, Sarah Sutterer...
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Out of the past 10/30/05 (10/30/05)
25 years ago: Oct. 30, 1980 Cape Girardeau County Court judges announce they are offering a $250 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of any individual or individuals who damaged the newly erected county road signs. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. ...
The cheeseburger bill (10/30/05)
Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune Wizards in the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives have voted for a bill that would shield fast-food sellers from lawsuits blaming them for making people fat. On this premise, Congress should logically pass a similar law protecting tobacco companies and retailers...
Stem-cell research (10/30/05)
St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press The Missouri Coalition for Lifesaving Cures wants your John Hancock on a petition that will prevent state-level bans of any type of stem-cell research and cures allowed under federal law. We suggest that you sign on the dotted line...
Great hires (10/30/05)
College graduates applying for jobs have known for years that internships -- usually more than one -- in their chosen fields would catch the eyes of prospective employers. And many colleges and universities, including Southeast Missouri State University, require "experiential learning" to make sure students are exposed to on-the-job opportunities before graduation...
Questions about Sparkman trial (10/30/05)
To the editor: I'm sad to think that federal authorities put drug makers, users and dealers in prison where they belong, then turn right around and let them back on our streets. Scott Smith is one of them. On Dec. 1 he'll be out of jail and free to roam...
Speak Out 10/30/05 (10/30/05)
No guarantee; Poor example; Wonderful pets; Burning is best; Different reaction; Mark of Cain; It won't be easy; Happens all the time; Cleaning house; Floating rust; Bad timing; Something to remember; Not a good spot; Consider the testing; Is anyone checking?; Keep it to yourself; Ruining bar's business
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