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Jackson Municipal Band performs Thursday (08/08/07)
The Jackson Municipal Band will perform its final concert of the summer at 8 p.m. Thursday at the gazebo at the Cape Girardeau County Courthouse in Jackson. Special guest entertainment will be provided by folk singer/song writer Julie Walker. Band selection will include "Ozark Overture" and "Tribute," musical tributes to Carl Penzel written by Charles Smith...
Cape courthouse needs federal money for artwork (08/08/07)
The General Services Administration spent money budgeted for original artwork to help pay cost overruns in constructing the federal courthouse in Cape Girardeau, agency officials said. The agency plans to seek $255,000 to pay for original artwork such as sculptures and paintings to adorn the new courthouse at 555 Independence St., GSA officials said Tuesday...
Shrinking cotton (08/08/07)
Every fall, land throughout extreme Southeast Missouri becomes white as the cotton bolls start to become visible, creating vistas no other crop can duplicate. From just north of Sikeston, west toward Poplar Bluff, east to the Mississippi River and all the way south to the Arkansas border, cotton is big, as it has been for decades. The crop isn't grown anywhere else in the state. Only Dunklin, Pemiscot, Scott, New Madrid and Stoddard counties support a cotton crop -- 500,000 acres in 2006...
Petition to show support for Cairo plant (08/08/07)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Southern Illinois leaders hoping to build state and federal support for a proposed $3 billion coal-to-diesel plant will turn to a time-honored grassroots technique -- a petition drive. Commissioners from Alexander and Pulaski counties met with Cairo Mayor Judson Childs and Stacy Thomas, Alexander County representative for the Southernmost Illinois Delta Empowerment Zone, to finalize the petition forms that will be distributed to city and town halls as well as retail and restaurant locations.. ...
Sikeston shooting injures two (08/08/07)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Less than 48 hours after a shooting in Sikeston left one man badly injured, a second round of shots in the same block sent two victims to the hospital. Sikeston police have not received any information or unearthed any evidence leading them to believe the incidents were related, said Sikeston Department of Public Safety captain Dan Armor...
Propane tanker catches fire in Cape County (08/08/07)
A Co-op Service Center propane tanker caught fire after making a delivery on County Road 220 this morning. The fire started at a fatigued spot in the tanker's hose, scorching the 2,400-gallon tank. Firefighters from Chaffee, Whitewater, Gordonville and Delta responded and prevented the fire from rupturing the tank.
Farm tests solar-powered irrigation system (08/08/07)
An experiment conducted by the Cape Girardeau County office of the USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service is capturing the power of sunlight to provide fuel for irrigation. So far, the results have exceeded expectations, a local NRCS engineer said...
Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo starts today with four nights of country acts (08/08/07)
A Southeast Missouri tradition, the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo, kicks off tonight with the first of four nights of rodeo and concerts by popular country acts. For information or tickets call (800) 455-2855. Today -- Sugarland Sugarland's rise to the top of the country world has been nothing less than meteoric -- in just three years they've become one of the hottest acts in country music, with hits like "Baby Girl" and "Something More" from their 2004 major-label debut "Twice the Speed of Life" and a 2006 tour with Kenny Chesney.. ...
Ill. woman killed when car leaves road, hits tree (08/08/07)
Illinois State Police are investigating a fatal car accident which occurred Tuesday morning in Alexander County. The wreck occurred around 11:40 a.m., on Illinois State Route 127, half a mile south of Ullin Rd. A 2006 Chevrolet Impala had veered off the road and impacted with a tree. The driver, Melissa I. Jordan, 77, of Tamms, Ill., was killed and found in her vehicle at the scene. She was not wearing her seat belt...
Jackson Municipal Band's last concert to be in Cape (08/08/07)
The Jackson Municipal Band will perform its final concert of the summer Thursday at 8 p.m. at the gazebo on the Cape Girardeau County Courthouse lawn, instead of its usual venue, the Jackson City Park band shell. Special guest entertainment will be provided by folk singer/songwriter Julie Walker...
Man in fetal position on train track is killed (08/08/07)
ANNA, Ill. -- The Illinois State Police are investigating a death that occurred Tuesday morning at the Canadian National Railroad track crossing on Main Street in Anna. State Troopers found the remains of an individual on the railroad tracks between Highway 146 and Davie Street in Anna, said trooper Bridget Rice in a prepared statement...
Cape Girardeau Planning and Zoning Commission agenda 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
7 p.m. today City hall, 401 Independence St. Hearings n Request of B.A.C. Enterprises LLC for a special-use permit to construct a single-family residence and a duplex on an existing vacant lot at 1000 N. Fredrick St. within an R-4 multi-family residential district. (Ward 1)...
Police say woman opened fire on wrecker, 2 deputies (08/08/07)
BENTON, Mo. -- A wrecker driver turned into the wrong driveway Saturday afternoon and found himself dodging the spray of a shotgun, police say. The driver was accompanied by two Scott County deputies. They were going to retrieve a stolen ATV. The alleged shooter, Lois R. ...
Natural causes cited in death of condemned Missouri killer (08/08/07)
Brian Kinder's dying wish was to spend his final days at home with family. Instead, the condemned killer died in prison. Kinder, 47, who suffered from throat cancer, died Wednesday morning in the hospital ward of the Potosi Correctional Center in southeast Missouri, prison superintendent Don Roper said...
St. Louis to get new downtown plaza (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A new plaza in downtown St. Louis -- scheduled to open next spring with an outdoor balcony, cascading water and sculpture -- will also be a new venue for lunchtime and evening music, film series and street performers. Community leaders, including St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, gathered outside the redeveloped Old Post Office building on Wednesday to describe features of the new outdoor plaza to be located just across the street...
Judge strikes down Missouri midwifery law (08/08/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A judge has struck down a new law that would have allowed certain lay midwives to deliver babies in Missouri without facing the threat of criminal charges. A Cole County judge declared the midwifery language unconstitutional, saying it went beyond the title and original purpose of the health insurance bill to which it was secretly attached in the final weeks of the legislative session...
Mo. appeals court denies hearing in death penalty case (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A federal appeals court has dealt a major blow to a Missouri death penalty case that effectively had halted executions in the state. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday denied a request by condemned inmate Michael Taylor to consider whether Missouri's lethal injection method is constitutional...
Sikeston mayor cites need for bridge between Missouri, Kentucky (08/08/07)
SIKESTON, Mo. (AP) -- The mayor of Sikeston is calling for a "bridge summit" in September to discuss the need for a new Mississippi River bridge from near the southeast Missouri town into Kentucky. Mayor Mike Marshall said this week that the bridge failure in Minnesota was "a wake-up call to our area." He noted that bridges crossing the Mississippi and Ohio rivers at Cairo, Ill., are "twice as old, twice as long and twice as dangerous as the bridge that failed in Minneapolis."...
Two Kansas City police officers wounded in first of two shootings (08/08/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Two Kansas City police officers and two suspects were wounded Tuesday in separate gunbattles involving officers trying to stop vehicles and being fired on. The two veteran officers involved in the first shooting were taken to local hospitals where one was in critical condition and the other was treated and released, said Officer Darin Snapp, department spokesman. He said both officers were wearing protective vests...
Broker says guilty in mortgage fraud case against KC councilwoman (08/08/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A week before a former Kansas City councilwoman goes on trial for mortgage fraud, one of her alleged accomplices has pleaded guilty and said he will help prosecutors. Ricky L. Hamilton, 53, of Grandview, pleaded guilty Tuesday to single counts of conspiracy and wire fraud. He also said he will testify against former Councilwoman Saundra McFadden-Weaver and contractor Emanuel M. Kind, who go on trial next week...
Ferguson boy, 3, left in van for about hour in heat (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A 3-year-old boy is apparently OK after being left in a van at the St. Louis Science Center for about an hour, but the 24-year-old woman who drove the van is under investigation. It happened yesterday, when the child was left behind in the Happy Go Lucky Child Care Center van, which transported children to the Science Center. The outdoor temperature at the time was about 97 degrees...
RegionsAir suing U.S. government over shutdown (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS -- RegionsAir Inc. is suing the U.S. government, alleging the commuter airline was shut down illegally in a dispute over pilot training and certification procedures. RegionsAir seeks $11.6 million plus interest in the lawsuit filed Monday in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, claiming breach of contract and fair dealing, as well as an unconstitutional taking of property without compensation...
Judicial nominating panel denies open records violations (08/08/07)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A special commission that picks candidates for Missouri's appellate courts defended itself Tuesday as a state lawmaker claimed its secretive process violated state open records laws. The seven-member Appellate Judicial Commission recently submitted three nominees to the governor to fill a vacancy on the Missouri Supreme Court. ...
McCaskill sponsors bill to account for 'hot fuel' (08/08/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sen. Claire McCaskill has introduced a bill that would require gas stations to adjust prices when fuel expands in hot weather and provides less energy per gallon. The Missouri Democrat's legislation would require installation of automatic equipment to account for temperature changes at all retail gas pumps within six years of enactment...
Sweltering central states prepare for more triple-digit heat (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS -- Hot, humid air is blanketing wide areas of the nation this week, and Missouri health experts have been urging people to stay in air-conditioned buildings and take it easy. Temperatures in much of Missouri are expected to reach well into the upper 90s -- and in many cases above 100 degrees -- through much of this week. The heat index, calculated from a combination of temperature and humidity, is predicted to climb above 105...
Fed leaves key interest rate unchanged; inflation concerns play into decision (08/08/07)
WASHINGTON -- Wall Street turbulence, Main Street credit problems and a nationwide housing slump pose increasing risks to the economy, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday, even as it left interest rates unchanged. Although Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke and his central bank colleagues acknowledged challenges that have intensified since their last meeting in late June, they nonetheless expressed hope that the economy will safely make its way...
Bridge collapse could tip scales in favor of higher gas taxes (08/08/07)
WASHINGTON -- The Minneapolis bridge disaster that suddenly is the symbol of the nation's crumbling infrastructure could tip the scales in favor of billions of dollars in higher gasoline taxes for repairs coast to coast. There are 500 bridges around the country similar to the Minneapolis span, and "these are potential deathtraps," said Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, former chairman of the House Transportation Committee...
Exec: Seismic activity has interrupted Utah mine rescue effort (08/08/07)
HUNTINGTON, Utah -- Seismic activity has "totally shut down" efforts to reach six miners trapped below ground and has wiped out all the work done in the past day, a mine executive said Tuesday. "We are back to square one underground," said Robert E. Murray, chairman of Murray Energy Corp., owner of the Crandall Canyon mine...
Wrongfully deported Southern Calif. man found at border crossing (08/08/07)
LOS ANGELES -- A U.S. citizen who was wrongly deported in May was found at a border crossing and could be reunited with his family soon, an American Civil Liberties Union spokesman said Tuesday. Superior Court Judge Carlos Chung ordered Pedro Guzman's release at a hearing Tuesday in Lancaster. Guzman, 29, was expected to rejoin his family later in the day, according to ACLU Southern California spokesman Michael Soller...
Russian scientist defends Arctic flag-planting (08/08/07)
MOSCOW -- The United States and Canada have scoffed at a Russian submarine expedition that planted a Russian flag on the seabed under the North Pole. Coming home to a hero's welcome Tuesday, the famous polar scientist who led the risky voyage did not mince words in responding...
Britain asks U.S. to release British residents from Guantanamo (08/08/07)
LONDON -- Britain's new Prime Minister Gordon Brown asked the United States on Tuesday to free five British residents from the military prison at Guantanamo Bay -- a policy reversal that was welcomed by the Bush administration. The United States has been working to reduce the detainee population at Guantanamo with an eye toward closing the controversial detention center...
British investigation indicates vaccine lab likely source of foot-and-mouth outbreak (08/08/07)
NORMANDY, England -- Britain's health and safety agency said Tuesday there was a strong probability that a foot-and-mouth outbreak in southern England originated at a vaccine lab and was spread by human movement. The outbreak was discovered on a farm just four miles from the Pirbright vaccine laboratory, which is shared by the government's Institute for Animal Health, or IAH, and a private pharmaceutical company, Merial Animal Health, the British arm of Duluth, Ga.-based Merial Ltd...
Doctor removes pencil lodged in German woman's head for 55 years (08/08/07)
BERLIN -- A woman who had a pencil lodged in her head for 55 years after a childhood accident has finally had most of it removed, which should end her chronic headaches and nosebleeds, her doctor said Tuesday. Margaret Wegner was 4 when she fell while carrying the 3.15-inch pencil, which went through her cheek and into her brain...
Area sports digest 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
Heartland NationalU-12 ends play The Heartland Nationals 12-and-under softball team surrendered 10 runs over the first two innings and fell to 1-3 at the Babe Ruth Softball World Series with a 12-4 loss to host Luzerne County (Pa.). Heartland concluded play as it failed to qualify for the double-elimination portion of the tournament that begins today. The top three teams in both pools advanced to bracket play...
MU running back hurt in practice (08/08/07)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Tony Temple, Missouri's starting running back last season, was carted off the practice field Tuesday with an apparent right knee injury after colliding with another player. The injury happened shortly before the morning workout ended. Temple jumped to catch a pass during 11-on-11 drills when he was sandwiched between two defenders...
Tigers' 'D' must improve to attain team's lofty goals (08/08/07)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- As Missouri enters 2007 with high expectations, players and coaches know the defense will have to step up its performance from last season. The Tigers started 2006 6-0 but limped to a 2-5 record the rest of the way. The offense, ranked in the top 10 nationally, was strong throughout the season, but the defense struggled after Big 12 play began, especially against the run...
Capahas rally to stay alive (08/08/07)
WICHITA -- Cape Girardeau's Jess Bolen has witnessed many a come-from-behind victories during his 41-year tenure as head coach of the Plaza Tire Capahas at the National Baseball Congress World Series. Bolen said he didn't remember the years precisely, but the Capahas rallied for 5-1 and 7-1 victories at the NBC World Series, along with coming back from a 10-0 deficit to beat Miami (Fla.). There was also the 12-3 deficit Cape rallied from to beat Nogales, Ariz., a few years ago...
Pitching leads Scott County 12-U all-stars (08/08/07)
The Scott County Cal Ripken 12-and-under all-star team made its way to the World Series the old-fashioned way: dominating pitching. "I think so far we've had the best pitching I've seen," said Patrick Young, one of the coaches for Scott County. "We have two or three kids who are better than any pitchers we've faced."...
Fun-damental ball: Cape 10-U All-Stars pack 11-0 record for national tourney (08/08/07)
Fundamentals and fun are the cornerstones of youth baseball. And when players can execute the former in a winning effort, that -- to use the words of Kenny Urhahn -- is a bonus. Urhahn coaches the Cape Girardeau Cal Ripken League 10-year-old baseball team, which will be leaving Thursday for the World Series in Vincennes, Ind...
Bacsik surrenders historical home run (08/08/07)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Mike Bacsik walked behind the mound and was consoled by teammates when Barry Bonds rounded the bases after hitting his record 756th home run. The Washington Nationals pitcher then retreated to the dugout while Bonds was feted as baseball's Home Run King. Whether he was on the field or not during the celebration, Bacsik will always be linked with Bonds for allowing the record-breaking home run...
Peavy throws Padres' 16th shutout of season at Cards (08/08/07)
ST. LOUIS -- Once Jake Peavy broke an early sweat in 96-degree heat by surviving a 14-pitch at-bat against Scott Rolen in the first inning, it was clear sailing. Peavy extended his scoreless streak to 19 innings after prevailing in that confrontation with two men on, and the San Diego Padres got their major league-leading 16th shutout of the season, a 4-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night...
Bonds hammers 756th (08/08/07)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Barry Bonds hit No. 756 to the deepest part of the ballpark Tuesday night, and hammered home the point: Like him or not, legitimate or not, he is baseball's new home run king. Bonds broke Hank Aaron's storied record in the fifth inning, connecting on a 3-2 pitch from Washington's Mike Bacsik. Three days earlier, Bonds tied the Hammer with a shot to left-center in San Diego...
Trial of former punter goes to jury (08/08/07)
GREELEY, Colo. -- Prosecutors and the defense finished their closing statements Tuesday, sending the case of a former Northern Colorado backup punter accused of trying to kill the starter to the jury. Court recessed Tuesday before the jury had a chance to deliberate...
Major flop in '07: Mickelson missed the cut at the U.S. Open, British Open (08/08/07)
TULSA, Okla. -- At times Tuesday, it was hard to tell if Phil Mickelson was a promoter for the PGA Tour or a contender for the PGA Championship. During his news conference in advance of the season's last major, Mickelson insisted he'd already won a major this year -- The Players Championship -- and talked more than once about how excited he was for the FedEx Cup playoffs, which debut in two weeks...
Wonderful world of watermelon (08/08/07)
Biblical scholars have long speculated about just what fruit Adam and Eve succumbed to when they ate themselves out of house and home in the Garden of Eden. Figs, pomegranates, apricots, bananas, and, of course, apples have been nominated. But according to Mark Twain, it couldn't have been a watermelon. Why? Because Adam and Eve repented, explained Twain, and no one would repent after eating a watermelon...
The right snacks can be good for children (08/08/07)
Weight-conscious adults may be leery of snacking, but for active children a nibble here and a treat there can be vital parts of an overall healthy diet -- as long as the snacks themselves are healthy, of course. "With my kids, snacks are a regular part of their day," said Julie Robarts, a registered dietitian and mother of three from North Reading, Mass...
Around your house 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
HOME Q. I got carried away cleaning a brass antique with lemon and salt, and now it's rusty. How can I clean off the rust? A. First, your antique is not solid brass -- it is brass-plated. Solid brass doesn't rust. What is rusting is the iron or steel below your brass plating. ...
Making the most of the season's sweet corn (08/08/07)
Florida and Georgia keep supermarket corn bins full year round, but August is when it finally comes from down the road. "Even in the most northern parts of the country, by now you'll have local growers bringing in corn," said Steve Reiners, associate professor of horticulture at Cornell University. "The dog days of summer, that's when corn is at its peak."...
Favorites from Hometown, U.S.A. (08/08/07)
I was given a new cookbook that features recipes from all over the United States. The favorite recipes from community and church cookbooks have been compiled into one book, and it is a great cookbook. There are so many recipes I just can't wait to try. I have pulled a few for you to make and enjoy...
Vince Gill, Mel Tillis, Ralph Emery chosen for Country Music Hall of Fame (08/08/07)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Country star Vince Gill, singer and humorist Mel Tillis and radio/TV personality Ralph Emery will become the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The Country Music Association's selections were announced Tuesday by Hall of Fame director Kyle Young and singers Barbara Mandrell and Brenda Lee...
Bill Mouser (08/08/07)
MORLEY, Mo. -- Bill Mouser, 76, of Morley, Mo., died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2007, at his home. Arrangements are incomplete with Amick-Burnett Funeral Home in Chaffee, Mo.
Helen Pender (08/08/07)
Helen LaVern Pender, 63, of Jackson died Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, at her home. She was born March 13, 1944, in Cape Girar-deau, daughter of James Edward and Ruth Ann Kennedy Park. She and Larry Franklin Pender were married Oct. 3, 1959. He died Feb. 5, 2005...
Norman Keller (08/08/07)
Norman A. Keller, 90, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007, at Missouri Veterans Home. He was born June 5, 1917, in Cape Girardeau, son of Arthur and Ida Suedekum Keller. He and Lillian Fornkohl were married Nov. 3, 1948, in Cape Gir-ardeau. She died Dec. 11, 1991...
Da'Ryis Woods (08/08/07)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Da'Ryis Demond Burnell Woods died at birth Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007, at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, Ill. Survivors include his parents, Bre'Anna Puckett and Lafayette Woods of Cairo; maternal grandparents, Constance Puckett of Cairo and Robert and Doris Puckett of Metropolis, Ill.; paternal grandparents, Keesha and Jerome Carr of Cairo and Lafayette Woods of Indianapolis; maternal great-grandparents, Elihue and Crystal Whitaker and Freddie and Gloria Patton, all of Cairo...
Anna Lawrence (08/08/07)
COLLINSVILLE, Ill. -- Anna Marie Layton Lawrence, 69, of Collinsville, Ill., died Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, at St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis. She was born Dec. 25, 1937, in Boulder, Colo., daughter of Julius F. and Flossie Belle Mock Layton. She married William H. Lawrence, who preceded her in death...
Evelyn Walker (08/08/07)
Evelyn M. Walker, 76, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Aug. 5, 2007, Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Aug. 24, 1930, in Concordia, Kan., daughter of James E. and Doris Viola Kindel Green. She and William E. Walker Jr. were married Aug. 7, 1955, in Cape Girardeau. Her husband, William E. Walker Jr., preceded her in death March 7, 1985...
Noah Kirkpatrick (08/08/07)
GRASSY, Mo.-- Noah F. Kirkpatrick, 92, of Grassy died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Oct. 22, 1914, at Grassy, son of Charles M. and Mary E. Hill Kirkpatrick. He and Nona V. Barrett were married June 26, 1937. She died April 9, 2001...
Isabel Jordan (08/08/07)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Isabel Jordan, 78, of Tamms died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2007, in an automobile accident north of Tamms. Crain Funeral Home in Tamms is in charge of arrangements.
Births 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
Roddy; Essner
Cape fire report 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
Cape Girardeau n At 4:14 p.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of South Sprigg Street. n At 4:31 p.m., a motor vehicle accident at Highway 74 and Kings-highway. n At 6:46 p.m., emergency medical service at 1100 Linden St. n At 7:35 p.m., box alarm at 327 Main St...
Cape/Jackson police report 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
Cape Girardeau: Arrest; Thefts; Property damage; Miscellaneous; Jackson: Summons
Out of the past 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
The Rev. Louis L. Pabor, former pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau, is guest preacher at services this weekend as members of Trinity continue to mark the dedication of their new church facilities. The Flaming Pit, 2121 William St. in Cape Girardeau, has changed hands; John Miller purchased the restaurant from Edward J. Radetic; the building, owned by James Tlapek of Cape Girardeau and Nick Bruckerhoff of St. Mary, Mo., is being leased by the new owner...
More delays (08/08/07)
Not good enough for government work. Every major project has its snags, but the construction of the Rush Hudson Limbaugh Sr. U.S. Courthouse in Cape Girardeau has had too many. Construction on the courthouse started in 2002. The opening date has been put off repeatedly as contractors and the General Services Administration have dealt with a change in contractors, design changes, rising steel prices, bedrock problems and now a near-final inspection that has revealed even more "deficiencies," including the fact that the roof of the yet-to-be occupied building must be replaced. ...
Speak Out 8/8/07 (08/08/07)
Blogging Iraq; Obesity problem; Low ratings; Return the surplus; More concessions; Relying on handouts; Farm subsidies; Money lessons; Always welcome; Gone to seed; Federal flop; No last call; Part of growing up; Hiring teachers; Take some lessons
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