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Stories from Thursday, November 24, 2005

Review panel submits its final report to Blunt (11/24/05)
A statewide commission submitted its recommendations to revamp state government to Gov. Matt Blunt on Wednesday. The governor will review the recommendations, said Jessica Robinson, the governor's spokeswoman. Blunt hasn't set a deadline for acting on the report, she said...
Flu cases down from last year; county waits for more shots (11/24/05)
Clerks say task of updating voter rolls should remain responsibity of counties (11/24/05)
Area county clerks believe their voter rolls are accurate and up-to-date despite a federal lawsuit alleging that many Missouri counties aren't doing a good job. The lawsuit, filed against the Missouri Secretary of State, charges that some counties have more registered voters than voting age residents and that some counties don't check for voters who have moved or died...
Windy conditions spark open burning ban in Cape (11/24/05)
The Cape Girardeau Fire Department asked residents Wednesday to refrain from open burning because of windy conditions that could lead to damaging fires. "With the high wind speeds we are currently experiencing and the recent dry conditions, this can cause increased risk for uncontrolled burning," Cape Girardeau fire chief Rick Ennis said. Under normal conditions, the city allows residents to burn leaves and yard waste. "We are requesting no open burning at all for the time being," he said...
Holiday-theme concerts scheduled (11/24/05)
Locals will get a double dose of holiday sounds this week as two groups perform holiday-themed concerts. The first concert takes place Tuesday when the Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra joins with Southeast's Choral Union and University Choir in a festive choral/orchestra concert at Academic Hall...
Police- Kidnapping tale used as excuse to cover drug use (11/24/05)
When a man came to the Cape Girardeau police station Monday to report that he had been stabbed, stuffed in a car trunk with a female friend and threatened with death, detectives sprang into action. Christopher L. Eskew, 18, told officers his abductors took he and the woman to Illinois, where he believed they killed her...
Scott County officials review emergency plans (11/24/05)
Sikeston Standard Democrat BENTON, Mo. -- In the event of an emergency in Scott County, the county jail is the first place to look for leadership. County officials and volunteers involved in county emergency response operations met as a group for the first time Thursday...
Nixon visit raises money for local Democrats (11/24/05)
Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon spoke at a Democratic Party fund-raising event Saturday in Cape Girardeau. Nearly 200 people attended the event at the University Center. Local Democratic leader Tom Neumeyer said the event drew a larger crowd than usual. ...
Walking for a cause (11/24/05)
Every year Notre Dame Regional High School's seniors raise money for a cause by walking. This year, they laced up their walking shoes in honor of a friend. Jessie LeGrand, a Notre Dame senior, has cystic fibrosis. Her classmates have seen the effects the disorder has had on her life. On many days, as was the case Wednesday during the walk, she has missed school to receive treatments or because she was sick...
Four people dead in Interstate 55 accident (11/24/05)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. -- Four people died Wednesday in an accident on Interstate 55 in Missouri's Bootheel when a vehicle struck a tractor-trailer nearly head on, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. The accident occurred at 10:45 a.m. ...
Nursing home operator pleads not guilty to fraud (11/24/05)
ST. LOUIS -- The former operator of several St. Louis-area nursing homes has pleaded not guilty to charges that he conspired to defraud the federal government by providing substandard care at his facilities. ...
More than 200 jobs lost in Louisiana plant closing (11/24/05)
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A plastics maker will close its Louisiana, Mo., plant early next year, ending jobs for 225 people. The layoffs at Home Products International are expected in February and March, Louisiana city superintendent Kelly Henderson told The Hannibal Courier-Post. ...
Wanted: Jesse's rare letter (11/24/05)
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- About a month before he was shot to death, Jesse James apparently was thinking about giving in to his wife's demands and getting out of the crime business. On March 2, 1882, James mailed a letter from his St. Joseph home to a Nebraska man asking about some farmland that was for sale. Just 32 days later, on April 3, Bob Ford shot the outlaw to death at James' home...
Study- Drug works better than chemo in lupus patients (11/24/05)
Doctors are reporting the first advance in three decades in treating kidney complications from lupus, a life-threatening disease that primarily affects young women. A small study showed that an immune-suppression drug worked better than the standard chemotherapy medication, which can cause infertility and other problems...
Highways, airports and train stations busy for Thanksgiving weekend (11/24/05)
Americans gassed up their cars and toted luggage and families to airports Wednesday, coping with crowds, traffic tie-ups and snow in the dash to get home in time for Thanksgiving turkey. AAA said more than 37 million people will be traveling during the holiday weekend, undeterred by more expensive gasoline, rental cars and hotel rooms...
Mortgage rates down this week (11/24/05)
WASHINGTON -- Mortgage rates around the country, which have been trending upward, dropped this week, offering a dose of good news for prospective home buyers. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac reported Wednesday in its weekly survey that rates on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages averaged 6.28 percent. That's down sharply from last week's rate of 6.37 percent, which was the highest in more than two years and marked the 10th week in a row that rates on 30-year mortgages rose...
Judge throws out 'No Child Left Behind' challenge (11/24/05)
WASHINGTON -- A judge threw out a lawsuit Wednesday that sought to block the No Child Left Behind law, President Bush's signature education policy. The National Education Association and school districts in three states had argued that schools should not have to comply with requirements that were not paid for by the federal government...
Keeping things light and healthy this holiday season (11/24/05)
In our increasingly low-carb, fat-free and sugarless world, creating a holiday party menu isn't simple. Prime rib, asparagus with Hollandaise sauce, buttery mashed potatoes and chocolate layer cake? Many Americans are wary of sacrificing wellness or waistlines for calorie-packed holiday meals...
Choosing music right for parties (11/24/05)
NEW YORK -- There are certain songs so magical, so enchanting, they have the power to put even the worst scrooge in a merry holiday mood. But for every "The Christmas Song" by Nat King Cole or "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby, there are also those dreaded songs that have the reverse effect -- turning Christmas cheer into holiday jeer as soon as the first note blares from the speaker system...
Competitors chart fierce challenge to online mapping leader (11/24/05)
DENVER -- Initially, the great thing about Internet mapping programs was their swiftness and ease for obtaining directions, printing them and driving the course you plotted. Now those Web maps can travel with you, too. And get updated on the road. And, on some wireless handhelds, show you exactly where you are and if, say, an Ethiopian restaurant is anywhere near...
A look at this year's classic music entries (11/24/05)
It's hard to put a new spin on holiday classics like "Jingle Bells" or "Silent Night." Yet every year, several artists try, hoping their rendition may stand out from the crowd and become part of the Christmas musical canon. A few notable albums from this year's hopefuls:...
Power giving (11/24/05)
Is there someone on your holiday shopping list who's especially hard to buy for? They've got the latest gadget, aren't interested in another sweater, have enough comfy slippers. How about a monetary gift -- in your loved one's name -- that fills shelves at a food pantry, buys medicine for children with cancer, supports orphans in China, or provides solar-powered computers to connect rural Honduran children to the world?...
War protesters arrested near President Bush's ranch (11/24/05)
CRAWFORD, Texas -- A dozen war protesters were arrested Wednesday for setting up camp near President Bush's ranch in defiance of new local bans on roadside camping and parking. About four hours after the group pitched six tents and huddled in sleeping bags and blankets, McLennan County sheriff's deputies arrested them for criminal trespassing...
MasterCard- Christmas Eve will have busiest shopping hour (11/24/05)
ST. LOUIS -- When it comes to holiday shopping, this might be the year of the slacker. The busiest shopping hour of the year won't likely happen the Friday morning after Thanksgiving, but rather the afternoon of Christmas Eve, according to an annual analysis conducted by MasterCard International...
Turning a dreaded occasion into a career opportunity (11/24/05)
Office holiday parties are like blind dates: Wear the wrong shirt, tell the wrong joke or drink one too many martinis and your potentially happy future is over before it began. Each year amid the jovial flow of cocktail franks, gin-and-tonics and choruses of "Fill Me Up, Buttercup," someone becomes a footnote in their company's holiday folklore, forever labeled as the guy who thought it would be funny to teach the boss's wife to dance the Macarena...
Sunni Arab leader gunned down (11/24/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Gunmen wearing Iraqi army uniforms burst into the home of a Sunni Arab sheik Wednesday, killing him, three of his sons and a son-in-law in an attack police said may have been aimed at discouraging members of the minority from participating in next month's election...
Austria probing possible covert CIA use of airspace (11/24/05)
VIENNA, Austria -- A CIA plane allegedly carrying suspected terrorist captives flew through Austria's airspace in 2003, the air force said Wednesday as the country joined a flurry of investigations stretching from Scandinavia to Spain. Europe's top human rights watchdog, meanwhile, intensified its probe into alleged secret CIA detention centers and covert flights, with Council of Europe chief Terry Davis urging countries to provide full information on the issue. ...
March 28 date set for Israeli general election (11/24/05)
JERUSALEM -- Israel on Wednesday set March 28 as the date for early elections, clearing the way for Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to try to stay in power at the head of a new centrist party in a major political realignment. ...
Ailing Afghan girl gets a chance to have a longer, healthier life (11/24/05)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The frail girl arrived at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan weighing scarcely 35 pounds, sluggish and prone to alarming episodes of bluish skin if she so much as walked briskly. Basira Jan, born with a malformed heart that left her body starved of oxygen, faced a bleak future amid the country's poverty -- until Indiana National Guardsmen heard about her plight and vowed to help...
U.S. partners agree to end North Korean light-water reactor project (11/24/05)
NEW YORK -- The United States and its partners in an energy consortium have terminated a project to build two light-water atomic reactors for North Korea as an incentive to convince Pyongyang to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, officials said...
Project Redecker (11/24/05)
Height does not guarantee success in basketball. As a 6-foot-9 sophomore, Aaron Redecker saw limited varsity playing time and had little impact off the bench for the Jackson Indians. Now entering his senior season, Redecker has slowly but steadily improved his game. Redecker, now 6-foot-11, has received interest from both Division I and Division II colleges and could put himself in good position to earn an athletic scholarship with a strong senior campaign...
Redhawks seek quick start against Jackrabbits (11/24/05)
Southeast Missouri State coach Gary Garner knows one thing regarding tonight's game at South Dakota State that marks his team's first road test this season. The Redhawks (1-1) better not fall behind by as big a margin as they did last year against the Jackrabbits (1-2), because the chances of pulling off a repeat comeback aren't very good...
Former Southeast coach leads Colonels into playoffs (11/24/05)
A former Southeast Missouri State assistant football coach and his team overcame some long odds to reach the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. Jay Thomas, in his second season as the head coach at Nicholls State, not only had to battle the effects of two hurricanes but also the fact his squad was expected to finish near the bottom of the Southland Conference...
False start: After promising start, Illinois fell flat (11/24/05)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- New coach Ron Zook's Illinois team was 2-0 and was ahead of then-No. 15 California on Sept. 17 when he caught the first glimpse of what was to come. "I could feel it on the sideline," he said. "It was like instead of trying to win, we were trying not to lose."...
Humbling PGA experience vaults Sorenstam to LPGA domination (11/24/05)
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Annika Sorenstam considers it a career-defining moment, even though it will be recorded as a failure based strictly on birdies and bogeys. After all, she missed the cut. Sorenstam made fun of herself recently when asked about the 2003 Colonial, where she shot 71-74 while becoming the first woman in 58 years to compete on the PGA Tour. ...
A bullet fails to halt team (11/24/05)
CANTON, Texas -- Eight months after being gunned down inside his office by an angry parent, Canton High School football coach Gary Joe Kinne is making history in the temporary space he now occupies. The school is building him a new office, equipped with the security and door locks that might have slowed Jeff Doyal Robertson from barging inside April 7 and firing a single shot to Kinne's abdomen, leaving him critically wounded and bringing tumult to this two-intersection East Texas town...
Marlins' Delgado bound for Mets (11/24/05)
NEW YORK -- Carlos Delgado is headed to the Mets, 10 months after he spurned New York to sign with the Florida Marlins. The Mets reached a preliminary agreement Wednesday to acquire Delgado and $7 million from the Marlins for first baseman Mike Jacobs and minor league pitcher Yusmeiro Petit, a baseball official familiar with the talks said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the deal was not final...
Mountain West has four teams bound for bowls (11/24/05)
TCU, BYU, Utah and Colorado State accepted bowl invitations Tuesday, giving the Mountain West Conference four teams in the postseason. TCU (10-1) will play in the Houston Bowl on Dec. 31 against a Big 12 opponent. The Mountain West has tie-ins with the Las Vegas, Poinsettia and Emerald bowls -- all games that pay less than the expected $1.2 million payout for the EV1.net Houston Bowl at Reliant Stadium...
Ex-Partiot tries to help Lions turn the corner (11/24/05)
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- In a city such as Detroit, Damien Woody figures he can be a star. Sure, he plays in relative obscurity as an offensive guard for the Lions, but he doesn't think that detracts from his visibility off the field. "Why should it?" Woody asked. "This is the perfect town for a guy like me because it's a tough, blue-collar city."...
Broncos, Cowboys both bring winning streaks into showdown (11/24/05)
IRVING, Texas -- As a lifelong Cowboys fan who happens to be a rookie cornerback for the Broncos, Darrent Williams has been looking forward to the Thanksgiving game between Dallas and Denver for months. Now, everyone else who follows the league also has reason to be excited about it...
Arbitrator rules against Owens at hearing (11/24/05)
PHILADELPHIA -- Terrell Owens' season is effectively over after an arbitrator ruled Wednesday that the Philadelphia Eagles were justified in suspending him for four games. Arbitrator Richard Bloch wrote that the Eagles clearly proved that the suspension was justified, and were within their right to pay their All-Pro receiver but not allow him to return "due to the nature of his conduct and its destructive and continuing threat to the team."...
Area calendar (11/24/05)
Baseball Hitting instructions: Former Southeast Missouri State All-American and current professional baseball player Zach Borowiak is offering individual hitting instructions to area youngsters. Borowiak, a 14th-round draft choice of the Boston Red Sox in 2003, recently completed his third minor league season, competing in Class AA. Info: (618) 534-9920...
Pin-point precision (11/24/05)
It's been five years since Max Asher took up smoking again after quitting once before. The 43-year-old Cape Girardeau man decided it was time to try kicking the addiction once more after a co-worker just two years older recently had a massive heart attack...
Health briefs 11/24 (11/24/05)
Briefly Program explains disability assistance The National Multiple Sclerosis Society will holt a free lecture from 10 a.m. until noon Dec. 3 at Saint Francis Health and Wellness Center to explain the various options open to people with MS and other disabilities...
Thankful for the mystery (11/24/05)
Nov. 24, 2005 Dear Adams family, The book atop the stack on my reading table offers this challenge: Go 24 hours without complaining about anything. Go ahead and try. Few people can do it, the author says. We have to complain about something to someone -- often to the people we love the most. And the people we love the most are the people we complain about the most -- even if only to ourselves...
Reconsider your anger (11/24/05)
You've all been told to "put on a happy face." It made your momma happy even if it never dissuaded that serious cop from issuing you a speeding ticket. Well, guess what? Some new research out of Carnegie Mellon University suggests that putting on an angry face might just be the right way to go ... or at least the healthier way to go...
Beda Davis (11/24/05)
Beda Loree Davis, 57, of Paducah, Ky., died Monday, Nov. 21, 2005, at Western Baptist Hospital. She was the daughter of Eskell Carlton and Verna Rae Bothwell Hassel. Davis was a member of Fountain Avenue Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Julie Repolgle of Chesapeake, Va.; two sons, John Kudrick of Trafford, Pa., Augustus Davis of Jackson; a sister, Mindy Hassel; and five grandchildren...
Nancy Lovinggood (11/24/05)
Nancy Elizabeth Lovinggood, 78, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2005, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center, with her family at her side. She was born Sept. 8, 1927, in Philadelphia, Miss., daughter of Henry and Reba Wood Bridges. She and Dr. Thomas A. Lovinggood were married Nov. 25, 1950, in Philadelphia...
Gene Myers (11/24/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Gene Myers, 67, of Anna died Monday, Nov. 21, 2005, at Illinois Veterans Home in Anna. He was born March 28, 1938, at Moberly, Mo., son of Leslie and Mabel Wareham Myers. He and Jeannine Lunsford were married Oct. 12, 1958. Myers was an electrician at Peabody Coal Co. in Missouri. He was a member of Anna Heights Baptist Church...
Rose Warren (11/24/05)
Rose Marie Warren, 63, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. She was born Jan. 23, 1942, in Memphis, Tenn., daughter of Clifford L. and June V. Gover Carpenter. She and Billy R. Warren were married July 31, 1958...
Helen Davis (11/24/05)
Helen Davis, 95, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2005, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Robert Ramsey (11/24/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Robert Ramsey, 79, of Anna, formerly of Chicago, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005, at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Marion, Ill. He was born Feb. 26, 1926, in Blountville, Tenn., son of Dale and Evelyn Shepherd Ramsey. He married Helen Danson, who died in 2003...
Births 11/24/05 (11/24/05)
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Leopold High School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 7th grade -- Mackenzie Beel, John Bohnsack, Katelyn Brotherton, Andrea Bueter, Holly Hurst, Mallory James, Abby Landewee, Kristie Thiele, Joe Trankle 8th grade -- Felicia Bratti, Travis Bueter, Elizabeth Eftink, Jill Irvin, Whitney Lukefahr, Lauren Seiler, Chelsey Stroder, Amanda Thiele, Shelby Vandeven, Kelli Woodfin...
Kelly Middle School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 8th grade -- Londyn Backfisch, Callie Bollinger, Cory Brock, Joseph Coffee, Mallory Cowger, Hollyanne Hoernig, Ben Jones, Evan Masters, Ryan Rolwing, Cory Slusher, Hannah Vinyard 7th grade -- Jennifer Abate, Doug Beggs, Taylor Beggs, Audrey Camren, Chris Garrett, Taylor McBroom, Lindie Perry, Kristen Powell, Kevin Tew...
Kelly High School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 9th grade -- Carmen Abate, Curtis Carter, Brandon Copeland, Laura Felter, Rachael Hoskins. Cassandra Kern, Douglas McDonough, Katelynn Moore, Samuel Nelson, Young Ho Park, Jessica Riley, Courtney Tetley 10th grade -- Courtney Copeland, Lela Deason, Joseph Harp, Erica Pobst, Paige Rampley, Elizabeth Ray, Kathleen Ray, Evan Reischman, April Rockett, Chelsey Scheffer, Seth Walter...
St. Vincent (Perryville) Junior High (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 8th grade -- Carly Beck, Clint Brown, Kelly Buerck, Kiley Elder, Allison Ernst, Courtney Gremaud, Elizabeth Hoch, Nicole Julian, a Lowman, Kristin Mattingly, Hannah Mudd, Alexandria Nardulli, C.J. Pavlovsky, Danielle Prost, Chelsea Schaaf, Benjamin Schremp, Noel Schremp, James Steele, Rachel Sutterer, Angelia Thieret, Mariah Thompson, Rylee Triller, Haley Welker, Amanda Wengert...
St. Vincent (Perryville) High School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 12th grade -- Lisa Abbott, Jonathon Buehler, Kellan Comte, Alaina Ernst, Lauren Francis, Irene Graf, Michelle Herzog, Adam Hoch, Mark Hotop, Kelsey Kutz, Alexandra Lundy, Theresa Mattingly, Kevin Nadeau, Kelly Prost, Valerie Richardet, Lindsay Sides, Sarah Webb, Miranda Weinkein, Jackie Welker, Chad Wheeler...
Nell Holcomb School (11/24/05)
High Honor Roll 6th Grade -- Ryan Hale 7th Grade -- Amanda Alberternst, Morgan Caldwell, Isabelle Criddle, Kaelin Hale, River King, Kyle Morton, LeChelle Pope 8th Grade -- Aaron Hahn, Jordan Pope B Honor Roll 6th grade Blake Burton, Elizabeth Heise, Caleb Hengst, Shelby Kuhn, Nate Lincoln, Lindsay Neal, Branton Reeves, Lindsey Seabaugh, Lacey Schweer, Kelsey Smith...
West Lane Elementary School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Tristan Amann, Adam Batz, Jacob Breese, Caleb Brown, Loren Coker, Dillon Davis, Micaela Dillard, Melanie Dockins, Alexis Donthnier, Alyssa Donthnier, Matthew Ezzell, Olivea Gast, Jordan Hadden, Sierra Hughes, Meagan Jacobson, Dakota James, Hayden Johnson, Karson King, Tyler King, Lauren Koehler, Zack Koeller, Lucy Kunz, Jack Lake, Tristin Ligons, Calvin Lysell, Laina Marble, Shianne McClard, Josiah McGuire, Sydney Messerli, Megan Miller, Jake Monteith, Hailey Mouser, Elijah Ogan, Laura Payne, Olivia Payne, Emily Quade, James Ramshur, Faith Revelle, Ian Roberts, Jared Sebastian, Ty Selsor, Kyle Slinkard, Kaleb Snider, Clara Snyder, Landon Stone, Hannah Sweeney, Arvin Tang, KaLeigh Thompson, Michael Vrabel, Dylan Wilkinson. ...
Jackson Middle School (11/24/05)
Scholastic Honor roll 6th grade -- Caitlyn Bess, Shelly Bodenstein, Taylor Dickerson, Micayla Gray, Logan Green, Mary Grieshop, Kaitlyn Harris, Ray Hecht, Olivia Jaco, Brittany Jones, Albert Lee, Chase McDaniel, Caitlin Roberts, Emily Rodman, Zachary Taylor, Logan Wessell, Haley Yancey...
Oran High School (11/24/05)
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...
Kelso C-7 School District (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 1st Grade -- Ryan Adams, Jacob Ashcraft, Kati Blattel, Austin Eftink, Taylor Fee, Kristin Hettenhouser, Denny Smith, Cassy Spane, Anne Westrich 2nd Grade -- Alexis Dock 3rd Grade -- Kristi Brucker, Kylie Jackson, Michaela Kiefer, Hunter Schlosser, Eric Westrich...
Woodland Elementary School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll Second grade -- Nathan Bolin, Bryce Crites, Cherokee Elledge, Brittany Garland, Rainha Hammers, Dakota Hughey, Ashley Jordan, Sydney Keith, Lexie King, Jarrett Lincoln, Kerri Jean Lincoln, Whitney Lincoln, Katelyn Lord, Hunter Massey, Maggie Penrose, Andrew Pryor, Tyler Smith, Austin Stroup, Reed Walker, Heidi Willis-Smith, Bret Woods, Maraina Woods...
St. Mary Cathedral School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Abby Charlier, Brady Dixon, Ben Dohogne, Andrew Hobeck, Sara Landeweee, Caleb McMillan, Emma Pickett, Abby Ritter, Madeline Rosenquist, Claire Schafer, Aaron Schlosser, Ben Wedemeier, Dalton Welch...
St. Vincent De Paul Parish School (11/24/05)
A Honor Roll 4th grade -- Madison Buelow, Anna Unterreiner, Matthew Hayes, Maris Parker, Adele Soutar, Madison Baumgart, Matthew Westrich, Kaitlin Welter, Reagan Kapp, Zach Raines and Griffin Siebert. 5th grade -- Lizzie Earley, Jacob Cieslewicz, Matthew Thompson, Nick Bira, Nic Norman, Ariel Dumars, Katrina Trentham, Chelsea Hastings, Morgan Schumer and Emily Davis...
Leopold Elementary School (11/24/05)
4th grade -- Denai Arnzen, Parker Brown, Kim Cobb, Sydney Eeftink, Casey Graham, Kacie Hampton, Rebekah James, Cameron Jones, Hannah Martin, Andy McWilliams, Corey Myers, Wesley Stoverink, Michael Yount 5th grade -- Brett Cornman, Katie Eftink, Taylor Eftink, Ryan Huff, Brandon Jansen, James Jansen, D.J. Keim, Shelbee Miller, Brook Steinnerd, Kyle Stroder, Dana Thiele, Ryan Thiele, Katie Van de Ven, Allison Woodfin...
Delta Elementary School (11/24/05)
Delta Elementary School First grade -- Lydia Borneman, Abbi Brown, Shiann Clayborn, Edward Coomer, Dayton Gibson, Dakota Gramlisch, Brandt Headrick, Sabrina Hotwagner, Bailey Hutson, Charlie Ledbetter, Logan McCoy, Will Lincoln, Chelsie Parker, Triston Perry, Cooper Simpson, Selina Smith, Travis Smith, Carrie Waddle, Jordan Walker...
Jackson Junior High School (11/24/05)
R.O Hawkins Junior High School A Honor Roll 8th grade -- Nickolas Austin, Justin Bader, Corey Baker, Lindsey Barker, Hillary Bauer, Karlee Bauknecht, Shaun Bell, Ashley Bess, Kelsey Bierman, Leslie Birk, TJ Bodenstein, Cassandra Bollinger, Christopher Bonner, Benjamin Buescher, Logan Clippard, Brandon Clodfelter, Amber Crites, Kelly Crites, Trent Dickerson, Valerie Drewett, Allyson Duncan, Jenny Eichhorn, Samantha Elfrink, Katelyn Engelhart, Rachel Engelhart, Christopher Farris, blake Fields, Eric Fields, Rachel Finney, Casey Fluegge, Thomas Gilliland, Thomas Gleeson, Taylor Glueck, Kara Goodier, Kylie Goodier, Peter Graham, Brianna Gray, Trista Guthrie, Kelli Haman, Brittany Hastings, Caleb Hayes, Mitchel Hazelwood, Matthew Horst, Jessica Houseman, Stephanie Howard, Kelly Jahn, Joshua James, Kelly James, Chelsea Jones, Lauren Kassel, Kyle Keith, Ethan Kester, Taylor Kight, Katherine King, Kaylen Knepp, Eric Koenig, Alex Lasher, Eric Law, Darla Lunsford, Trevor Mabuce, AJ Maevers, Jessica Mann, Elizabeth Martinez, April Mayberry, Mallory McCallister, Alex McClellan, Cody McCuan, Katie McFadden, Tessa McNally, Thomas McRaven, Jessica Meier, Michael Mercado, Rachael Meyr, Jennifer Moore, Taylor Moore, Brennan Mouser, Alexander Neely, Alicia Oberbeck, Audrey Peters, Molly Powell, Makenzie Qualls, Morgan Riddick, Hannah Roach, Brittany Roberts, Matthew Robertson, Courtney Rodman, Clay Rouse, Jillian Rushin, Cody Sandusky, Bejamin Schloss, Kyle Schlosser, Lauren Schuette, Kailyn Schutte, Bethany Schweer, Cassie Simpher, Alexa Smith, Stephanie Smith, Kaylyn Sneathen, Katherine Stephens, Angel Stone, Anna Stout, Brandi Strong, William Tetley, Hannah Thompson, Chelsea Todt, Devon Trowbridge, Bridget Ulrich, Matthew Ulrich, Jessica Voshage, Landon Wachter, Holt Walker, Michael Weber, Jordan Whitener, Taylor Williams, Alyssa Wills, Charles Wilson, Blake Wright, Elizabeth Yount.. ...
Notre Dame honor roll (11/24/05)
Notre Dame Regional High School A Honor Roll 9th grade -- Courtney Beussink, Benjamin Bira, Kelsey Bradshaw, Jenny Brant, Jacob Buckenmyer, Paris Burger, Jessica Chinnadurai, Logan Davis, Lucas Eeftink, Chelsea Farrow, Courtney Fels, Alex Fowler, Christy Ha, Sidney Harris, Jackelyn Hendricks, Katie Hendrickson, Rachel Henson, Joda Holloway, Leah Hughey, Jared James, Allie Job, Laura Keller, Theresa Kiblinger, Dillon Klaffer, Samuel Loos, Todd Mcanelly, Seth Mcguire, Megan Moore, Jeremy Nagel, Fouzia Oza, Amanda Pleimann, Matt Reinagel, Nick Reinagel, Samantha Rellergert, Taylor Sanders, Jill Schnurbusch, Britney Schott, Hilary Schulman, Malynda Siebert, Alex Stone, Alicia Toole, Emily Welker, Brent Wessel. ...
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Out of the past 11/24/05 (11/24/05)
25 years ago: Nov. 24, 1980 John M. Isbell, an unsuccessful candidate for the Cape Girardeau City Council in 1978, will attempt to reverse his fortunes in the 1981 council election; Isbell becomes the sixth candidate to file for the council seat now held by Mayor Paul W. Stehr...
Defending the kilt (11/24/05)
By Jim McLaren The following is an e-mail that was sent to Richard McClard, principal of Jackson High School, who ejected senior Nathan Warmack for wearing a kilt to a dance. The e-mail is typical of several that have been sent to Mr. McClard from both native-born Scots and Scottish-Americans in the St. Louis area after a story about the incident was publicized here...
Gov. Matt Blunt- A time for giving thanks (11/24/05)
By Matt Blunt During this time each year, Melanie and I pause and reflect on the many blessings for which we have to be thankful. I am particularly thankful this year for the birth of our son, Branch Blunt, who has grown so fast and touched us so deeply that words cannot quite describe our love for him. ...
Thanksgiving Day (11/24/05)
Come, ye thankful people, come, Raise the song of harvest-home; All is safely gathered in, Ere the winter storms begin. -- Henry Alford (1810-1871) "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come" (Written in 1844) Thousands of voices will sing these words on this national day of thanksgiving...
Giving thanks (11/24/05)
We are filled with the good things of your house, of your holy temple. Psalm 65 Praise awaits you, O God, in Zion; to you our vows will be fulfilled. O you who hear prayer, to you all men will come. When we were overwhelmed by sins, you forgave our transgressions...
Speak Out 11/24/05 (11/24/05)
What is going on?; Visions of Broadway; Stimulating students
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