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Stories from Sunday, July 22, 2007

Cape girl places in top 20 at Akron (07/22/07)
AKRON, Ohio -- April Little finished in the top 20 Saturday in the Super Stock division of the 70th annual All-American Soap Box Derby. April outlasted most the 150-person field, but came up just short in her third race of the day. While she said was disappointed about her elimination, April said she had a great time during the derby week...
Herb banned in Missouri shows up on Internet (07/22/07)
In the span of less than a decade, salvia divinorum, a fragrant herb smoked for its hallucinogenic qualities, has run the gamut from a harmless, legal high, to a party drug, to a controlled substance. In August 2005, Missouri passed a House Bill banning salvia as an illegal drug, yet the popularity of the plant among teens continues to flourish, though it may now be facing a federal ban...
Three people injured in area accidents (07/22/07)
A Perryville, Mo., man suffered serious injuries Friday evening when his ATV overturned on a country road, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. Timothy J. Hutchinson, 25, was traveling south at about 6:30 p.m. on Perry County Road 910 about 1.5 miles north of Perry County Road 908 when he failed to negotiate a curve to the left and traveled off the right side of the road, the patrol reported. The Yamaha ATV struck a ditch and overturned, ejecting Hutchinson...
Cape mayor says park board decision on tax is 'no issue' (07/22/07)
Cape Girardeau Mayor Jay Knudtson said the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board's decision to retain its plan for a half-cent sales-tax proposal will not spark a political war. "It's no issue," he said. "It's not even controversial." On July 9, the city council asked parks and recreation board members to downscale their request for a tax increase to fund an estimated $36.9 million in improvements to parks and the city's storm-water system. ...
Ruling may cost Crowell thousands (07/22/07)
State Sen. Jason Crowell has amassed a campaign war chest of more than $111,000 for the 2008 election, but he could lose almost the entire amount if the Missouri Supreme Court rules the contributions aren't legal. The high court Thursday tossed out the new law allowing candidates to accept unlimited contributions for their campaigns, reinstating restrictive limits that had been in place since the 1990s. ...
Benefit held for boy with leukemia (07/22/07)
A benefit held Saturday evening for 5-year-old Jacob Coleman of Cape Girardeau, who is undergoing treatment for leukemia, raised several thousand dollars to help defray the cost of his chemotherapy. Two auctions took place as part of the benefit, held at Muddy Waters bar in Egypt Hills. One was an auction of merchandise, and the other an auction of bachelors...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda (07/22/07)
City hall 401 Independence St. 7 p.m. Monday Study session at 5 p.m. Appearances n Vision 2020 Community Relations Council Annual Report. Consent ordinances n An ordinance authorizing the air traffic control tower operating assistance grant agreement between the city and the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport...
Wanting to work (07/22/07)
Harry Birkhead wants to pay taxes. Finding a regular job has been almost impossible, because he, like his wife, Stephanie, is legally blind. The Cape Girardeau man traveled and performed music under the stage name Chris Belle, but life on the road was tough. He decided to find a way to stay in the city. The Birkheads opened a home-based recording studio last year and hope to expand it. They are lucky, he said, to have professional skills...
Vision 2020 reducing its role as focus of group changes (07/22/07)
The city of Cape Girardeau's Vision 2020 Community Relations Board will scale back its work over the next year. Connie Hanner, Vision 2020's acting chairwoman, said the group's focus is changing as it aligns with the Keep Southeast Missouri Beautiful chapter...
Marine's dream to sing takes him from Iraqi sand to Missouri stage (07/22/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Just weeks after he graduated in 1999 from Lee's Summit High School, Richard Gibson became a Marine. Sent to Bahrain as an anti-terrorism specialist protecting Defense Department personnel, the young Marine soon found himself fighting a depression common to the newly deployed. Older Marines advised him to tap into memories of good times...
Ameren picks site for possible nuclear reactor (07/22/07)
FULTON, Mo. -- If Ameren Corp. decides to build a new reactor, it would erect it on a site adjacent to its Callaway nuclear plant southeast of Fulton, the company said. The St. Louis-based utility in April announced a deal with UniStar Nuclear of Annapolis, Md., to prepare a license application for a nuclear plant. But it didn't specify a site for the new 1,600-megawatt reactor...
Application causes bomb scare at Illinois university (07/22/07)
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- Here's a tip for aspiring college students: Make sure your applications don't warrant a visit from the bomb squad. Emergency crews evacuated an Eastern Illinois University building Friday morning after a campus postal carrier discovered a disheveled-looking package heading for the college's admissions office...
Kansas City develops tour of solar system (07/22/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The whole universe could soon be in downtown Kansas City, or at least a smaller version. The city is developing a walking tour offering a permanent scale model of the solar system that would stretch from the downtown loop to Union Station...
Bush reclaims presidential powers following colonoscopy (07/22/07)
CAMP DAVID, Md. -- Doctors removed five small growths from President Bush's colon Saturday after he temporarily transferred the powers of his office to Vice President Dick Cheney under the rarely invoked 25th Amendment. The polyps, extra tissue growing inside the large intestine, were found during a routine colon cancer scan performed at the Camp David presidential retreat...
Hot, dry conditions hamper efforts to contain wildfires (07/22/07)
SALT LAKE CITY -- High temperatures and low humidity prevented firefighters from extinguishing a fire Saturday that threatened at least two dozen homes in a small town in central Utah. Fire crews were waiting for more firefighters to arrive so they could work to put out the fire rather than just protect cabins, homes and trailers threatened by the 22-square-mile fire about 10 miles west of the town of Indianola...
Microchips implanted in human beings: High-tech helpers or surveillance tools? (07/22/07)
CityWatcher.com, a provider of surveillance equipment, attracted little notice itself -- until a year ago, when two of its employees had glass-encapsulated microchips with miniature antennas embedded in their forearms. The "chipping" of two workers with RFIDs -- radio frequency identification tags as long as two grains of rice, as thick as a toothpick -- was merely a way of restricting access to vaults that held sensitive data and images for police departments, a layer of security beyond key cards and clearance codes, the company said.. ...
Some doubts remain about L.A. cardinal's role in clergy abuse crisis (07/22/07)
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony approved a record clergy abuse payout, opened the files of the Roman Catholic priests involved and looked into the cameras and apologized last week for the victims' treatment. And it still might not be enough to satisfy some...
Retro wanes, but Chevrolet HHR keeps selling (07/22/07)
This isn't a good year for retro-styled cars. Sales of every retro model are down compared with last year, and many sales declines are in the double digits. But even lower sales won't stop the Chevrolet HHR, which looks like a downsized 1949 Chevrolet Suburban, from recording its second-best sales year...
Man spreads fire with flaming hay (07/22/07)
HART TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- A panicky man left a blazing trail behind him as he dashed around the countryside looking for a hose to put out his burning hay wagon, authorities said. The man had trouble with the brakes on the hay-filled wagon being towed by his truck Thursday afternoon in Hart Township, about 190 miles northwest of Detroit...
Tammy Faye Messner, ex-wife of disgraced evangelist Jim Bakker, dies of cancer at 65 (07/22/07)
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Tammy Faye Messner, who as Tammy Faye Bakker helped her husband, Jim, build a multimillion-dollar evangelism empire and then watched it collapse in disgrace, has died. She was 65. Messner had battled colon cancer since 1996 that more recently spread to her lungs. She died peacefully Friday at her home near Kansas City, Mo., said Joe Spotts, her manager and booking agent...
GOP senators nervous defending the war; Democrats more confident in attempts to end it (07/22/07)
WASHINGTON -- Senate Republicans are growing increasingly nervous defending the war in Iraq, and Democrats more confident in their attempts to end it. More than a year before the 2008 elections, it is a political role reversal that bodes ill for President Bush's war strategy, not to mention his recent statement that Congress' role should merely be "funding the troops."...
Minimum-wage increase to boost some of the nation's poorest workers (07/22/07)
Many employers say they will have to raise product prices, cut back hours or let some workers go. By JESSE J. HOLLAND The Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Fast-food waitress Fawn Townsend of Raleigh, N.C., knows exactly what she is going to do if her salary goes up with Tuesday's increase in the federal minimum wage: start saving for a car so she can find a second job to make ends meet...
Illinois, Missouri, other states pushing for truck-only lanes (07/22/07)
Karen Kuhn sometimes finds it difficult to maneuver on interstate highways because there are so many freight trucks. "It can get a little tense when you're hemmed in on three sides by these truckers," said Kuhn, 60, of Fairfield, Ohio. "I'm trying to get into the fast lane, and they're trying to get into the right lane, and it's a stalemate."...
Voters in Turkey prepare to select new parliament (07/22/07)
ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkey's election campaign ended on Saturday as people prepared to vote for a new Parliament that will face a host of challenges:~ Surveys suggest the ruling Justice and Development Party will retain a majority. a presidential election, violence by Kurdish rebels and a growing divide over the role of Islam in society...
Iraqi prime minister urges parliament to cancel or limit summer vacation (07/22/07)
BAGHDAD -- Iraq's prime minister urged parliament on Saturday to cancel or shorten its summer vacation to pass laws Washington considers crucial to Iraq's stability and the debate on how long U.S. forces should remain. Parliament was scheduled to adjourn for all of August. ...
Rival religious sects struggle in desperate battle for power in Iraq (07/22/07)
BAGHDAD -- At an intersection in the Sadiyah section of the capital, near the tip of the thumb formed by a sharp bend in the Tigris River, stands a stark example of what underlies Iraq's sectarian war and why any peaceful outcome will not be determined by U.S. combat power...
Three Moroccans arrested in Italy for allegedly using local mosque as 'terror school' (07/22/07)
ROME -- Italian police arrested three Moroccans on Saturday -- an imam and two aides -- accusing them of belonging to a militant cell that allegedly used a mosque in central Italy as a terror training camp. The cell held courses on hand-to-hand combat and used propaganda films and documents downloaded from the Internet to teach students how to prepare poisons and explosives, pilot a Boeing 747 and send encrypted messages, anti-terrorism police in Rome said in a statement...
Brazil has more problems with flights after president unveils new safety plans (07/22/07)
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- A radar failure over the Amazon forced Brazil to turn back or ground a string of international flights Saturday, deepening a national aviation crisis just hours after the president unveiled safety measures prompted by the country's deadliest air disaster...
Hostages' fate in dispute; Taliban wants to trade S. Koreans for its own fighters (07/22/07)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A purported Taliban spokesman said Saturday that the Islamic militia had killed two German hostages, a claim disputed by both Afghanistan and Germany. He also offered to trade 23 captive South Koreans for imprisoned Taliban fighters...
An education comes against the odds for 2 African brothers (07/22/07)
NAIROBI, Kenya -- School was the last thing on Pascal Mwanchoka's mind when he and his younger brother boarded a bus that would take them hundreds of miles away from their mother and her alcohol-fueled rages. Just 13 years old, Pascal figured the boys' school days were over for good...
Indian lawmakers choose country's first female president (07/22/07)
NEW DELHI -- India chose its first female president Saturday in an election hailed as a victory for women in a country where gender discrimination is deep-rooted and widespread. Still, it's not clear how much 72-year-old Pratibha Patil -- a lawyer, congresswoman and former governor of the northern state of Rajasthan -- can or will do in the mostly ceremonial post to improve the lives of her countrywomen...
Swimmers invade Central pool for SMSC meet (07/22/07)
Eight-year-old Hunter Miller, right, dove in for the second heat of the 25-yard breaststroke during the Southeast Missouri Swim Conference Championship at the Central pool Saturday.
Shah knocks in seven runs to lead Capahas to sweep (07/22/07)
VALMEYER, Ill. -- The Plaza Tire Capahas continued to tune up for the National Baseball Congress World Series by sweeping a doubleheader Saturday afternoon. Plaza Tire routed the host Valmeyer (Ill.) Lakers 7-0 and 14-2. The second game was stopped after five innings by the 10-run mercy rule...
Area digest (07/22/07)
Cape still alive in Senior Babe Ruth tournament The Cape Girardeau Senior Babe Ruth baseball team beat Portageville 11-4 on Saturday night to remain alive in the state tournament in Charleston. Cape (17-9) is 3-1 in the tournament, which is now down to three teams from its original field of seven...
Scott County enters as favorite (07/22/07)
Scott County did not enter last year's American Legion District 14 tournament as the favorite, yet Post 369 captured the title. This time around Scott County is the squad to beat -- but coach Denver Stuckey is far from comfortable as the five-team, double-elimination event begins Monday in Cape Girardeau...
Capahas faced a tougher road than expected to reach the NBC World Series (07/22/07)
I wrote in a recent column that this year's National Baseball Congress Mid-South Regional didn't appear much more daunting for the Plaza Tire Capahas than the last two, when they tore through the field without having a close game. But that was before I had a chance to speak to the coach of the Springfield (Mo.) Generals, who told me about some of the solid players he had on his squad...
Fan Speak 7/22/07 (07/22/07)
Honor Shumate, too; Winning coverage; More Shumate support
Cutting the clutter (07/22/07)
Everyone has one, be it a drawer, a closet or a room. That place where random things end up. The miscellaneous graveyard of forgotten items. There is hope in sight for the unsightly clutter, said Deniece Schofield, author of "Confessions of an Organized Homemaker." Schofield will be at the Drury Lodge on Monday night to speak about how to get and stay organized in everyday life...
Beckham brings flair for fashion to America (07/22/07)
David Beckham: international soccer star, heartthrob, designer clothes horse and European fashion icon. But does he have what it takes to influence the looks of that notoriously stodgy species known as the American man? For the brave few, maybe. For the others, maybe he can give them what he is best known for -- a good kick -- to at least try some new things that could take them out of the baggy pants-big shirt rut, men's fashion experts say...
Floyd Livingston (07/22/07)
BELL CITY, Mo. -- Floyd Livingston, 77, of Bell City died Saturday, July 21, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Morgan Funeral Home in Advance, Mo.
Lloyd Young (07/22/07)
Lloyd W. Young, 74, of Scott City died Friday, July 20, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City.
Iva Stone (07/22/07)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Iva Oleva Stone, 88, of Marble Hill died Friday, July 20, 2007, at Elder Care of Marble Hill. She was born Jan. 7, 1919, in Sedgewickville, Mo., daughter of James Louis and Amanda Adeline Green Seabaugh. She and James Clifford Stone were married Sept. 7, 1946. He died Oct. 5, 1996...
Benjamin Ellis Sr. (07/22/07)
SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Benjamin Franklin Ellis Sr., 90, of Sedgewickville died Friday, July 20, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Gir­ar­deau. He was born May 25, 1917, at Sedgewickville, son of George Finis and Ella Lou Johnson Ellis. He and Dorothy Mae Hartle were married Sept. 18, 1939, in Cane Hill, Ark...
Bragg-Dewrock (07/22/07)
Gabriel Dawn Bragg and Ryan Jeffrey Dewrock were married Oct. 7, 2006, at Second Missionary Baptist Church. Dr. Paul Thompson performed the ceremony. Music was by Trio Girardeaux. The bride is the daughter of Billy "Bo" and Carol Bragg of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Gary and Vicki Dewrock of Cape Girardeau...
Eftink-Phenix (07/22/07)
ORAN, Mo. -- Jamie Marie Eftink and Duncan Kenneth Phenix were united in marriage June 16, 2007, at Guardian Angel Catholic Church. The Revs. John Harth and Douglas Phenix performed the ceremony. Pianist was Bernice Kern. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Vickie Eftink of Oran, and the late Pat Eftink. The groom is the son of Douglas and Gloria Phenix of Topeka, Kan., and the late Ann Phenix...
Parker-Halbert (07/22/07)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Kayleigh Jean Parker and Jeremy Michael Halbert were married July 7, 2007, at Water's Edge Retreat in Gordonville. Susan Wilkerson performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Chelli Parker of Chaffee. The groom is the son of Harold Halbert of Wappapello, Mo., and Anita Thomason of Chaffee...
Walter-Graham (07/22/07)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Danny and Gail Walter of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Abbigail Danielle Walter, to Brett Nicholas Graham. He is the son of Mark and Robin Graham of Chaffee. Walter is a 2003 graduate of Chaffee High School. She is employed at Cape Family Practice...
Scherer-Johnson (07/22/07)
KELSO, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scherer of Kelso announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Scherer, to Christopher Johnson of Sikeston, Mo. He is the son of Rosie Johnson of Parma, Mo., and the late Charlie Johnson. Scherer is attending Southeast Missouri State University, and is employed at Eye Care Specialists...
Yount-Swoboda (07/22/07)
Nancy Yount and Dan Yount of Omaha, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Jo Yount, to Benjamin Stuart Swoboda. He is the son of Stuart and Kathy Swoboda of Cape Girardeau. Yount is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Rolla, and is a graduate student in materials science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Bertolina-Robertson (07/22/07)
BENTON, Mo. -- Yvonne LeGrand of Benton announces the engagement of her daughter, Alicia Marie Bertolina, to Wesley Scott Robertson. He is the son of Randy and Lisa Robertson of Benton. Bertolina is also the daughter of the late Mark Bertolina. Bertolina is a 2006 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School...
Wienstroer-Goodale (07/22/07)
Dale and Pat Wienstroer of Washington, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Wienstroer, to Taylor Davidson Goodale, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Chuck and Paula Goodale of Scott City. Wienstroer is a graduate of Washington High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2004. She is employed at Koven Technology Inc. in St. Louis...
Carbaugh-Mellies (07/22/07)
The Rev. Mark and Debbie Carbaugh of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Elizabeth Carbaugh, to Andrew Steven Mellies. He is the son of Dr. Steven and Emily Mellies of Cape Girardeau. Carbaugh is a 2004 graduate of Eagle Ridge Christian School in Cape Girardeau. She is a senior at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla., pursuing a degree in business management...
Dorlac-Irvin (07/22/07)
Barbara Eagle of Cape Girardeau announces the engagement of her daughter, Doris Ann Dorlac, to Simon Paul Irvin. He is the son of Thomas and Sydney Irvin of Scott City. Dorlac is a 2003 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School, and 2007 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at Schnucks...
Eichhorn-Schweiss (07/22/07)
Butch and Connie Eichhorn of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Susan Eichhorn, to Nicholas Andrew Schweiss. He is the son of Ron and Lois Schweiss of Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Eichhorn attended Notre Dame Regional High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in interior design and a master of art in human environmental studies from Southeast Missouri State University. She is an interior designer with Drury Southwest Architectural Department...
Hinton - 50 years (07/22/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hinton of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner July 1, 2007, at the Elks Lodge in Cape Girardeau. Hosts were their children and spouses. Hinton and Ann Steimle were married July 6, 1957, at St. Mary's Cathedral by the Rev. Robert Schumacher. Their attendants were Ann Knaup of Jackson, Nancy Irvine of Reno, Nev., Benny Hinton of Jackson, and the late Jerry Wulfers...
Webb - 50 years (07/22/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webb of Cape Girardeau recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a cruise to the Hawaiian Islands. Webb and Carolyn Walthall were married July 1, 1957, in Belton, Texas. The couple has three children and five grandchildren...
Simminger - 25 years (07/22/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Simminger of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Aug. 8, 2006. A reception was held at First Baptist Church in Jackson, hosted by Bonnie Bradshaw and the couple's daughters, Lauren and Renee Simminger. Guests attended from Cape Girardeau, Jackson and Columbia, Mo., and the states of Kentucky and Mississippi...
Hunter - 65 years (07/22/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Ewing Hunter of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a dinner party July 14, 2007, at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis. Hosts were their children and spouses, Clay E. (Carole) Hunter III of Anthem, Ariz., and Jacqueline (Tom) Archambault of St. Louis...
Starzinger - 50 years (07/22/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Starzinger of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner July 14, 2007, at Lambert's Cafe in Sikeston, Mo. Starzinger and Judy Schrumpf were married July 13, 1957, at Perryville United Methodist Church in Perryville, Mo., by the Rev. O.D. Van Horn...
Fire report 7/22/07 (07/22/07)
n At 8:12 p.m., an alarm at 780 West Rodney Drive. n At 9:04 p.m., a box alarm at 1138 S. Kingshighway. n At 10:20 p.m., an alarm sounding at 2114 William St. n At 11:16 p.m., emergency medical service in the 200 block of South Benton Street. n At 11:29 p.m., an alarm at 200 S. Benton St...
Police report 7/22/07 (07/22/07)
Cape Girardeau: Arrests; Summonses; Thefts; Property damage; Miscellaneous; Jackson: Thefts; Property damage; Miscellaneous
Out of the past 7/22/07 (07/22/07)
With a helicopter for an escort, Michael Reagan -- son of President Ronald Reagan -- blazes past Cape Girardeau in a speedboat en route to setting a new upriver speed record between New Orleans and St. Louis. Les Mace of Springfield, Mo., governor of the Missouri-Arkansas District, Kiwanis International, makes his official visit and is speaker when the Kiwanis Club of Cape Girardeau observes its 40th anniversary...
Iraq chemistry (07/22/07)
By Michael Gerson WASHINGTON -- One of the most infuriating problems in Iraq seems to generate precious little fury. In a kind of malicious chemistry experiment, hostile powers are adding accelerants to Iraq's frothing chaos. Iran smuggles the advanced explosive devices that kill and maim American soldiers. Syria allows the transit of suicide bombers who kill Iraqis in markets and mosques, feeding sectarian rage...
Midwives: No room for gifted amateurs (07/22/07)
By John V. Mackel I am writing in regard to the article about lay midwifery. I practiced low-risk obstetrics for more than 20 years as a family physician in a major center in Canada and have personally delivered about 1,500 babies. As a United Kingdom graduate, where most of low risk OB care is provided by nurse midwives, I received my undergraduate training in OB from them and still appreciate their skills. I worked with them in our hospital unit for most of my career in OB care...
A new glow (07/22/07)
When Dale Nitzschke, then-Southeast Missouri State University president, announced in 1998 plans to turn the St. Vincent's Seminary property into a school for the visual and performing arts, he predicted that what we now call the River Campus would have a remarkable impact on the south side of the city as well as expanding the university's facilities and programs...
Old licenses are being retained (07/22/07)
To the editor:Why are our outdated driver's licenses being taken away from us when we get our licenses renewed? We need answers. I renewed my license according to the law and was shocked when the clerk refused to give back my old one. When I ask why, she showed me a small box with other driver's licenses in it. I asked for a copy of my license, and she said it would cost $2. I said the chamber of commerce would copy the license for free, and she got a copy for me...
Tell Bush we have cried enough (07/22/07)
To the editor:Our federal legislators have decided to wage their own war on when to pull our troops out of Iraq. It is time for us as U.S. citizens to face reality. It takes a nation of citizens to come together united to defeat their injustices and violence in their own homeland...
Speak Out 7/22/07 (07/22/07)
Fishy environment; Won't roll over; Park recommendations; Students need a break; Housing needs; Take responsibility
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