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Stories from Thursday, March 15, 2007

Additional rape, sodomy charges filed against Sedgewickville man (03/15/07)
Bollinger County Prosecuting Attorney Stephen Gray charged Ellis Monday with second-degree statutory rape and second-degree statutory sodomy in a 1997 case. According to the probable cause statement, Ellis, who was 26-years-old at the time, repeatedly had sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl over a two year period...
Leopold students may be illegally enrolled (03/15/07)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- School officials in the small, rural Leopold School District are investigating whether as many as 42 students in the district may be illegally enrolled. The investigation stems from an anonymous written complaint made to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education...
SADI breaks ground on new facility (03/15/07)
It began as a polio support group in Miki Gudermuth's living room and now serves thousands of people with disabilities, giving them equal access to the rights and responsibilities that other citizens are provided. SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence Foundation, Inc. is still growing. Groundbreaking for the new, nearly 10,000 square foot office complex, to house SADI in-home services, will take place noon on Friday at 1913 Rusmar...
Police investigating report of possible cougar sighting in Cape (03/15/07)
Cape Girardeau police received a second-hand report Wednesday of a possible cougar sighting near Blanchard Elementary School at 1829 N. Sprigg St. Sgt. Barry Hovis said a parent reported the sighting to the school Tuesday evening, saying the animal was in a wooded area near the school but not on school property...
Charleston man decorated with medal (03/15/07)
Army Spec. Charlie D. Clark has been decorated with the Army Commendation Medal for participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The medal is awarded to those who have distinguished themselves by acts of heroism, meritorious achievement or meritorious service. ...
Area Red Cross chapter kicks off new campaign today (03/15/07)
For 90 years, the Southeast Missouri Chapter of the American Red Cross has lent aid during times of disaster, seeing to the welfare of military families and providing people with lifesaving CPR and first aid. Now, community members are stepping forward to be "Heroes for the American Red Cross," a communitywide effort designed to ensure the emergency needs of the community are met this year and in the years ahead...
Forum for school candidates set for Tuesday (03/15/07)
A forum for Jackson school board candidates will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Jackson Middle School cafeteria. Each candidate will have an opportunity to make opening and closing statements. In addition, a question-and-answer session will allow each candidate to respond to education issues facing the district, organizers said...
Cape Girardeau postal employee wins national safety award (03/15/07)
No matter the weather or traffic conditions, city and rural carriers deliver mail to every addressee across the states, 302 days a year. One local postal worker recently received recognition for spending 30 of those years accident-free. "I've never had a close call with an accident," said Gary Bohannon, U.S. Postal Service carrier in Cape Girardeau, who won the Million Mile Safety Award from the National Safety Council on Wednesday...
Shelter, Jackson settle suit (03/15/07)
The agreement settling a long-running dispute between Jackson and Cape Girardeau County's only homeless shelter includes standards for who may live there. The Revival Center, which has drawn fire from some residents near the former nursing home at 914 Old Cape Road, must conduct criminal background checks on anyone seeking shelter and turn away anyone with a history of violent crime under the settlement unveiled Wednesday...
A new room for Sahara (03/15/07)
Within a month the Aldridge family's Cape Girardeau home will be a busy place, full of the sounds of hammers, saws, drills and workers. The home's family room will be transformed to meet the specifications of 12-year-old Sahara, a girl who's caught up in a life-or-death struggle with pontine glioma, a highly malignant brain-stem cancer...
Transit director resigns (03/15/07)
Jeff Brune will stop worrying about the finances of a public transit agency and start helping individuals with their finances. The executive director of the Cape Girardeau County Transit Authority will leave the post he has had for five years to become a financial representative with the Hahs Agency of the Northwest Mutual Financial Network, Brune said. His last day as director will be April 15...
Clearing the way for the interchange (03/15/07)
Dumey Contracting burned brush in a large pit east of Interstate 55 near mile marker 102 on Wednesday. The first major work on the new East Main Street/LaSalle Avenue interchange in Cape Girardeau County began this week as the weather improved.
Sedgewickville man charged with statutory rape, sodomy (03/15/07)
A Sedgewickville man charge with six counts of sexual assault of a girl under the age of 14 had two new charges filed against him Monday. Bryan J. Ellis, 35, was charged in January with three counts of first-degree statutory sodomy, and one count of first-degree rape, first-degree child molestation and incest. Bond for Ellis was set at $100,000 and he was released on a $10,000 cash bond...
'Rumors' provides nonstop laughs (03/15/07)
Don't let the name fool you: "Rumors" is really more about lies (some might say little white ones) than it is about rumors. But the rumors do get the action started, and what follows is an hour-and-a-half, two-act farce that, in typical Neil Simon style, produces pretty much nonstop laughs. "Rumors" is an adult comedy, but not vulgar by any means (again, typical Simon style), and the students in Central High School's Red Dagger theater troupe handle the comedy well...
American Legion celebrates birthday today (03/15/07)
American Legion Post 158 today will participate in the legion's worldwide observance of its 89th anniversary beginning with a 5:30 p.m. social hour followed by a 6:45 p.m. dinner served by the auxiliary. Guests include national, state and district officers, the mayor, city council and county commissioners...
Auditions to be held Saturday for telethon (03/15/07)
The Kenny Rogers Children's Center will hold auditions for its second annual "Telethon Idol" to be held at the center's 27th annual telethon. The organization serves children with all types of special needs, including prematurity, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, seizure disorder, autism, ADHD, sensory processing dysfunction and other developmental delays. ...
Eagles raising funds for wishes (03/15/07)
Sahara Aldridge's wish will be highlighted at a fund-raiser dinner theater later this month, as the local Eagles Club raises money for the Missouri Make-A-Wish Foundation to sponsor the wishes of Sahara and other Missouri children battling life-threatening illnesses...
Region briefs 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Trial set for guard held for assault, burglary A prison guard accused of threatening to kill a Cape Girardeau homeowner in December after breaking into his home and smashing items inside with a baseball bat appeared in Jackson court Monday. Circuit Judge Benjamin Lewis ordered a trial date of May 15, with a pretrial conference May 14, for James W. ...
Planning and Zoning nixes apartment building for recovering mental patients and wedding chapel (03/15/07)
The Cape Girardeau Planning and Zoning Commission recommended against zoning requests for an apartment complex for recovering mental patients and a wedding chapel and reception hall at Wednesday's meeting. Both proposals were opposed by neighborhood residents...
Nell Holcomb to replace gym, add classrooms (03/15/07)
As a student, Darryl Pannier played in the first basketball game at Nell Holcomb School's then new gymnasium. That was 30 years ago. Today, Pannier is superintendent of the kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school north of Cape Girardeau and directing plans to replace the gym and add classrooms, a new parking lot and a new front entrance...
Neighborhood Connections to hold meeting today (03/15/07)
Neighborhood Connections, the association of residents of downtown Cape Girardeau neighborhoods, is scheduled to meet tonight. The guest speaker will be Tim Morgan, Cape Girardeau's director of inspection services. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. in the parish hall of Christ Episcopal Church at 101 N. Fountain St., with block captains asked to arrive at 6 p.m...
Cape Girardeau County Commission agenda 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
9 a.m. today County AdministrationBuilding 1 Barton Square Jackson Routine business n EMA reimbursement for October, November and December. n Acknowledgment of receipt for County Financial Statement from state auditor. n Missouri Department of Transportation approval of engineering services for County Road 524 project...
History Day to be held Friday at University Center (03/15/07)
About 600 junior high and high school students from Southeast Missouri will compete in the National History Day in Missouri district contest Friday at the University Center in Cape Girardeau. The theme for this year's competition is "Triumph and Tragedy in History." The competition will be in five categories: exhibit, media, performance, historical paper and Web site...
Wilderness emergency training set at Southeast (03/15/07)
You're stuck in the woods with a medical emergency, miles or even days from the nearest medical center. What do you do? Answering that question is at the core of a nine-day wilderness, first-responder course that will be taught at Southeast Missouri State University starting Saturday...
Three abandoned cemeteries given temporary custodians (03/15/07)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Sikeston and Scott County will serve as temporary custodians of records and perform necessary maintenance for three cemeteries that are no longer being kept up. Memorial Park Cemetery and Garden of Memories Cemetery in Sikeston and Forest Hill Memorial Gardens at Morley, Mo., are owned by Michael Graham and Associates, a Houston, Texas, company, Sikeston city manager Doug Friend said...
Community digest 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Southeast Missouri Pachyderm Club meets; Post M of TPA meets at Elks Lodge; Contra dancing scheduled for VFW; Community Easter egg hunt at McClure; Block party recruits entertainment; Hunter education to be held at church gym; FCE plans trip to Cardinals game; Grants available to help with health care
Community cuisine 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Methodist men serving fish, chicken Saturday The New McKendree United Methodist men will serve catfish and chicken and tenders from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Celebration Center. Menu includes coleslaw, baked beans, spiral potatoes, dessert and beverage. Children under 5 eat free...
Ameren exec claims Nixon campaign sought donations (03/15/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Attorney General Jay Nixon's gubernatorial campaign asked Ameren Corp. for political donations after Nixon launched a criminal probe into the utility, according to an Ameren executive. But the executive said the request was routine and had nothing to do with Nixon's role as prosecutor in the case...
Students hold sit-in at St. Louis mayor's office (03/15/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- High school students conducted a sit-in at the mayor's office Thursday, expressing dissatisfaction with his stance on the city's troubled school district. A few dozen arrived afternoon. They slept overnight on the carpeted floor and in armchairs in Mayor Francis Slay's office, while he was out of town. Many wore bright yellow T-shirts reading "Please Don't Slay Our Schools."...
EPA serves search warrant at St. Joseph chemical plant (03/15/07)
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) -- The Environmental Protection Agency is investigating possible violations of federal environmental laws by a pesticide company that operates near downtown St. Joseph. On Tuesday, the EPA searched HPI Products, which officials described in a probable cause statement as being a "death pit" and a "disaster waiting to happen."...
Hunt for slaying suspect continues in Texas County (03/15/07)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- Sheriff's deputies were leading a manhunt for a third day Thursday in the wooded Ozark hills of Texas County in south-central Missouri for a man charged with fatally shooting his wife. Deputies from four counties assisted by officers from the State Highway Patrol and other agencies were looking for Neldon H. Neal, 60...
Tipped employees to get raise under Blunt's directive (03/15/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Thousands of waiters, waitresses and other tipped employees soon should be getting a raise after Gov. Matt Blunt's administration reversed the state's interpretation of its new minimum-wage law. Blunt said Wednesday the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations was wrong when it advised businesses they did not have to pay tipped employees a base salary of at least half the state's minimum wage...
Blunt, GOP vow to keep pushing for higher ed bill (03/15/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Defeated momentarily by Democrats, Gov. Matt Blunt and Republican Senate leaders vowed Wednesday to keep pushing for passage of a $350 million college construction plan financed with cash from the state's student loan agency...
Google tightens privacy measures to shield search requests (03/15/07)
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Google Inc. is adopting new privacy measures to make it more difficult to connect online search requests with the people making them -- a thorny issue that provoked a showdown with the U.S. government last year. Under revisions announced late Wednesday, Google promised to wrap a cloak of anonymity around the vast amounts of information that the Mountain View-based company regularly collects about its millions of users around the world...
Nation briefs 3/11/07 (03/15/07)
Chiquita to pay $25 million to settle probe WASHINGTON -- Banana company Chiquita Brands International said Wednesday it has agreed to a $25 million fine after admitting it paid terrorists for protection in a volatile farming region of Colombia. The settlement resolves a lengthy Justice Department investigation into the company's financial dealings with right-wing paramilitaries and leftist rebels the U.S. ...
9-11 mastermind confesses at hearing (03/15/07)
WASHINGTON -- Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the suspected mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, confessed to that attack and a chilling string of other terror plots during a military hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to a transcript released Wednesday by the Pentagon...
U.S. troop withdrawal bill clears first hurdle (03/15/07)
WASHINGTON -- Democratic-backed legislation to withdraw U.S. combat troops from Iraq cleared its first Senate hurdle Wednesday, but Republicans confidently predicted they would soon defeat it and President Bush backed them up with a veto threat. The legislation, calling for combat troops to return home over the next 12 months, "would hobble American commanders in the field and substantially endanger America's strategic objective of a unified federal democratic Iraq," the White House said in a written statement.. ...
Appeals court rules against dying woman in medical marijuana case (03/15/07)
SAN FRANCISCO -- A woman whose doctor says marijuana is the only medicine keeping her alive can face federal prosecution on drug charges, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. The ruling was the latest legal defeat for Angel Raich, a mother of two from Oakland suffering from scoliosis, a brain tumor, chronic nausea and other ailments who sued the federal government pre-emptively to avoid being arrested for using the drug. ...
Egypt names first female judges (03/15/07)
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Egypt's judiciary chief has named the country's first female judges despite opposition from conservative Muslims, according to a decree published Wednesday. Mukbil Shakir, the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, appointed 31 women to judge or chief judge positions in Egypt's courts, the official Middle East News Agency said, quoting Shakir's decree...
Signs of progress in Baghdad crackdown, but outlook mixed (03/15/07)
BAGHDAD -- Bomb deaths have gone down 30 percent in Baghdad since the U.S.-led security crackdown began a month ago. Execution-style slayings are down by nearly half. The once frequent sound of weapons has been reduced to episodic, and downtown shoppers have returned to outdoor markets -- favored targets of car bombers...
Notre Dame's Willen, Burger selected coach's all-state teams (03/15/07)
The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association all-state team for Classes 4 and 5 was released Wednesday with a pair of Bulldogs players making the list. Notre Dame junior Ryan Willen earned all-state honors on in boys basketball. Willen led the Bulldogs in scoring at more than 22 points per game, including a 31-point performance in the Class 4 championship game...
College notes 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Area basketball players off to national events Saxony Lutheran graduate Lauren Lueders has had a memorable freshman season at Vanderbilt University, and now Lueders will get to experience an NCAA Tournament. Vanderbilt grabbed a No. 2 seed in the tournament thanks to a win this past weekend against LSU in the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game...
Edgar more optimistic than ever (03/15/07)
It's not very often that struggling college basketball programs get turned around in one season. Southeast Missouri State's program didn't, but that has not dimmed coach Scott Edgar's enthusiasm. Edgar's first Southeast squad went 11-20 overall and a sixth-place 9-11 in the Ohio Valley Conference...
Area bowling scores 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
West Park Lanes Submitted March 12 Men High games -- Tom James 290, Jim Simpson 278, Eric Langston 276, Kevin Reiminger 269, Dave Schaupert 268, Zel Evans 268, Pacer Schaupert 265, Bruce Turner 264, Darryl James 262, Bob Compas 258, Don Shackles 258, David James 258, Charlie Herbst 257, Mike Edgar 257, Dennis W. ...
Area calendar 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Baseball n Alumni tournament: TThe SEMO Area Umpires Association will have a meeting 6:30 p.m. today at the meeting room at River Eagle Distributing. The meeting is open to all high school baseball and softball umpires and anyone interested in attending. Info: Paul Friga, (573) 270-0476...
Toyota teams struggle to get into gear (03/15/07)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Everyone expected Toyota to storm into NASCAR and quickly buy its way to the top of the Nextel Cup series. Top drivers explored Toyota's opportunities, and many top crew members eagerly switched camps. It left rival car owners quivering, scared they wouldn't be able to compete...
Bucks fire Stotts (03/15/07)
MILWAUKEE -- Terry Stotts was fired Wednesday as coach of the Milwaukee Bucks. An interim coach was not announced for tonight's against San Antonio, general manager Larry Harris said. "Terry has done the best he could in a difficult situation, especially with all of our injuries," Harris said of his coach for less than two seasons. "I felt it was in the best interest of our organization to make the decision now and move forward, rather than wait until the end of the regular season."...
Reyes extends Cards' streak of solid starts (03/15/07)
JUPITER, Fla. -- Anthony Reyes was just as stingy as he was in the World Series opener. The St. Louis Cardinals' right-hander allowed one hit in 4 shutout innings, lowering the rotation's ERA to a microscopic 0.88, in a 2-2, 10-inning tie with the Washington Nationals on Wednesday...
Edmonds, Encarnacion likely to start season on disabled list (03/15/07)
JUPITER, Fla. -- Center fielder Jim Edmonds and right fielder Juan Encarnacion are likely to be on the disabled list when the St. Louis Cardinals start the defense of their World Series title. Edmonds is coming off foot and shoulder surgery, and the Cardinals had said earlier that he might not be ready for the April 1 opener against the New York Mets...
Matthews denies he ever took HGH (03/15/07)
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Gary Matthews Jr. ended more than two weeks of silence on Wednesday after being linked to a steroids investigation, denying for the first time that he took human growth hormone. Matthews allegedly was sent HGH in 2004 from a pharmacy that's part of a widespread steroid investigation...
Invite more teams to tourney? Big 12 coaches are on board (03/15/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has plenty of support from Big 12 coaches for expanding the NCAA tournament. Boeheim, a longtime proponent of including more teams in the field, was flabbergasted Sunday when the Orange were snubbed by the selection committee. That brought another round of calls from coaches on Monday to expand the tournament to at least 68 teams, if not more...
Health news 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Local autism group promotes license plates A local autism awareness and support group, Ethan and Friends for Autism, is accepting applications for a recently approved autism awareness license plate. The group must receive 200 applications before the license plates can go into production. ...
Finding your Starting Point (03/15/07)
Obesity will soon pass tobacco as the leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States. Serious health issues such as Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, elevated blood pressure, cholesterol and an increased risk of certain cancers are associated with obesity...
Forgetting about it at Rosie's Cantina (03/15/07)
March 15, 2007 Dear Pat, For spring break, Midwestern college students go to Florida or Cancun to get sunburned, drink beer and flirt with students from other universities. Midwestern male golfers go to Alabama, home of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, to get sunburned, drink beer and flirt with the beer cart girls. Afterward, at night, they tell their wives almost all about it on the phone...
There is such a thing as too much exercise (03/15/07)
In our modern age, excessiveness is out, and rehab is in. We've got programs to alleviate slavish dedication to booze, food, an abusive spouse, celebrity delinquency, sex, drugs and even rock 'n' roll. The one place where excessiveness is still tolerated in the "mature adult" world these days is exercising. ...
'Guiding Light' gets 17 Daytime Emmy nominations (03/15/07)
NEW YORK -- Soon-to-retire game show host Bob Barker has a chance to win his 18th Daytime Emmy. He received a nomination Wednesday, while the CBS soap opera "Guiding Light" captured a leading 17. Another CBS soap, "As the World Turns," got 16. New "Today" show host Meredith Vieira was nominated for hosting the syndicated "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and may be recognized in another category: A new award for morning shows such as NBC's "Today" is being established. ...
Rynor Stratton (03/15/07)
Rynor Leigh Stratton, 72, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, March 14, 2007, at Missouri Veterans Home. He was born June 26, 1934, in Sabetha, Kan., son of Riley and Nora Baker Stratton. He and Sandra Pendleton were married Sept. 20, 1957, in Lawrence, Kan...
John Brune (03/15/07)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- John H. Brune, 87, of Perryville died Tuesday, March 13, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born June 9, 1919, at Friedheim, son of Oscar Henry and Mellie Crites Brune. He and Lillian Dambach were married Sept. 6, 1942...
Sharon Simpson (03/15/07)
Sharon Lee Simpson, 52, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 13, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Aug. 29, 1954, in St. Louis, daughter of Harold Leroy and Betty Sue Coats Simpson. Simpson had been a secretary at First Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau. She was formerly of Scott City, and a member of Illmo Baptist Church...
Lorene Glenn (03/15/07)
ZALMA, Mo. -- Lorene Lemons Glenn, 82, of Zalma died Tuesday, March 13, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Oct. 27, 1924, at Kinder, Mo., daughter of Ben and Berthie Dowler Stroup. She and Elmo Lemons were married May 27, 1941. He died in December 1991. She later married Noel Glenn on June 28, 1993. He died Feb. 6, 2006...
Births 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Kuntze; Schmidt; Burford; Ferguson
Cape/Jackson fire report 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
n At 9:49 p.m., alarm sounding in the 2900 block of Beavercreek Drive. n At 11:40 p.m., emergency medical service in the 2100 block of Brink Street. n At 5:21 a.m., alarm sounding at 211 St. Francis Drive. n At 7:38 a.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of Schonhoff Lane...
Cape/Jackson police report 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Arrests; Thefts
Out of the past 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
For only the second time ever, Division III of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, convenes in Cape Girardeau to hear a number of case appeals over a two-day session ranging from child custody to appeals filed by the city of Cape Girardeau in its attempt to annex parcels of land to the south and northwest of town...
Warming myth (03/15/07)
By Mary Nall It would appear that the organized governments of the world through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (World Meteorological Organization-United Nations Environment Program) have decided that the human race is causing the globe to warm, and we have to do something right now to stop it...
Safe burning (03/15/07)
When March blows into Southeast Missouri, bringing warmer temperatures and storms, the risks of burning outdoors go up dramatically. Earlier this month high winds prompted area governments to issue no-burn orders in an effort to prevent serious hazards associated with out-of-control fires. But some area residents chose to burn outdoors anyway, which meant the potential for damaging and costly fires went way up...
Where can you get entire story? (03/15/07)
To the editor:A recent "60 Minutes" episode has become normal among the mainstream news. The story tried to get us to believe that most of the military is strongly against the war. (They are against losing the war -- yes). This set off a firestorm of protest among military families...
Parents have final say on visitation (03/15/07)
To the editor:In regard to the letter by Darrel Adams concerning the rights of grandparents, I must issue a response. Grandparents are not parents and should have no visitation rights whatsoever in normal situations. If both parents agree that staying away from the grandparents is in the best interest of the child, that should be their private decision. ...
Bills back access to game coverage (03/15/07)
By Mike Smythe Television stations across the country are very unhappy with the National Football League, and right now all eyes are focused on Jefferson City, Mo. In 2006, the NFL decided to not allow sideline coverage of the league games by local media. What they want is a video concession stand that is owned and operated by the NFL. Where there was once open access to the games, it will soon be a toll booth...
Questions about FAA decision (03/15/07)
To the editor:I find it hard to reconcile the fact that RegionsAir is unsafe. For a decade the airline has been deemed safe by the FAA, yet a couple of weeks ago it was unsafe for two days. Suddenly the airline was safe again, but only for a week. Now the airline is shut down for 120 days, causing severe hardship upon thousands of Missouri travelers, not to mention the employees...
Speak Out 3/15/07 (03/15/07)
Drugs and prostitution; Keep them happy; Parking on Parkview; Bumpy break; Check it out; Can't read or spell; Costly coaching; Detour problem; Temporary stop signs; Rats in the park; Sock conspiracy; Blame the computers; No-smoking restaurant; Musical protection; Sock solution; Make it permanent
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