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Stories from Sunday, October 14, 2007

Smaller cities making public Wi-Fi work (10/14/07)
Recent attempts to establish citywide Wi-Fi networks in a number of metropolitan areas -- including St. Louis -- have failed for various reasons. In most cases the technology companies balked at the high cost of building infrastructure cities wanted for free...
Library closes temporarily (10/14/07)
Library moves to new location for renovation The Cape Girardeau Public Library will close Monday to begin moving all its contents to a temporary location. While the $9 million renovation is taking place, the library will operate at 301 S. Broadview St. The interim library will open Oct. 24. Library fines will not be assessed during the closure...
Lion hunt 'one of the great stories' of Southeast Missouri (10/14/07)
During the Great Depression, many zoos and circuses struggled to make enough money to take care of their animals. That's how Denver Wright ended up with Nellie and Bess, two 10-month-old lions a circus in St. Louis had to find a home for. Wright kept them in his backyard in Brentwood for a while, but his wife was concerned about the safety of the curious neighborhood children, and Wright himself despaired of keeping them in steak...
Neighborhood block party helps maintain community connections (10/14/07)
The air was filled with music, the aroma of roasting hot dogs and meandering bubbles between May Greene Garden and Christ Episcopal Church on Fountain Street on Saturday. It was all part of the third Neighborhood Connections block party, which brought together apartment dwellers, homeowners and business owners from around the area...
Children not defined by disability, mother says (10/14/07)
Adam Essner, 6, can read about 50 words. He's working on mastering basic addition. He begs for extra computer time. Adam has Down syndrome, an intellectual disability caused by a chromosomal abnormality, but he is capable of learning, his mother and teachers say...
SIU study questions effects of Bt corn (10/14/07)
Today's farms are much different from what they were just two decades ago. Back then genetically modified crops were still in the research and development phase. Now they're a reality, making up huge chunks of the row crops planted in the United States...
Rural Missouri lags in broadband access (10/14/07)
Providing universal access to broadband capability has been compared to driving the golden spike that completed America's transcontinental railroad in 1869. Though the higher cost may deny access to some, high-speed Internet technology is available to most people who live in urban areas. But rural America remains on the frontier that separates many of those who live there from the rest of the world...
Southeast Missouri State University Homecoming events (10/14/07)
The theme for Southeast Missouri State University's Homecoming is Dare to Dream. Events kick off Wednesday. Here is a list of events; for more information, visit www.semo.edu. n 7 p.m. at the University Center Ballroom: Man and Woman of the Year Recognition Dinner, acknowledging members of the 2007 Homecoming Court...
Republican candidate starts work on campaign (10/14/07)
KIRKWOOD, Mo. -- Senate President Pro Tem Michael Gibbons launched his campaign for attorney general Saturday from the front porch of his home, using it as a symbol of what he pledged to protect if elected. "All the people of Missouri deserve to be safe in their homes and neighborhoods, their children protected ... that is my No. 1 priority, and is the reason I am running for attorney general," Gibbons said...
Illinois theater owner limits teens' access (10/14/07)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- The only noise in the Parkway Pointe Cinema lobby on a recent October afternoon was the sound of popping corn. Last winter, gunshots echoed and patrons scrambled as feuding teenagers fired at one another. An 18-year-old was shot in the hip, customers got jittery and Tony Kerasotes got tough...
Child works for normal life after brain surgery (10/14/07)
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- At the edge of the driveway, Zachary Meier shifts his weight to his right leg. The Savannah school bus rumbles around a bend in the road. The bus rolls to a stop. Zach's father lifts Zachary up the stairs. This is Zach's second first day of school; his second time heading off to kindergarten...
Suspected carjacker dies while fleeing police (10/14/07)
Suspected carjacker dies while fleeing from police ST. PETERS, Mo. -- A fleeing carjacking suspect died and his suspected accomplice was hurt in a crash early Saturday. The two men are accused of forcing their way into a car after the driver refused to give them a ride. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that police began pursuing the vehicle at 5 a.m. after the owner escaped from the car. The suspect who survived the crash was taken to a hospital...
Man accused of assault on yard display (10/14/07)
LLOYD, N.Y. -- A woman says a neighbor attacked her inflatable Halloween lawn display of three ghosts and a giant pumpkin, then apparently smashed his head through her window in a fit of rage. State Police said officers found a drunken John Odee, 43, inside Dawn Garcia's house in Lloyd on Thursday night, arrested him after a brief struggle and charged him with burglary...
Myanmar refugees strain resources of U.S. agencies, aid groups (10/14/07)
INDIANAPOLIS -- The modest apartment where Van Tin Lian Zathang, his wife, Biak, and their two daughters live sits in a tidy, sprawling complex of brick town houses that other refugees from Myanmar also call home. Zathang gets a lift to his job at a pharmaceutical warehouse because he doesn't speak enough English to pass a driver's license exam. His ethnic Chin family picks through donated clothes in the basement of a Catholic church...
Web site hopes to save dogs slated for death (10/14/07)
NEW YORK -- Sweet William, a young black Labrador retriever in Illinois, has two days to live. Sandy, a golden female Jindo in New York, also has just two days left. Kate Hepburn, a tan female boxer in California, has 18 days to live. On Saturday, these were some of the dogs in shelters across the country slated for death -- their fate posted on a Web site that aims to save their lives by offering them for adoption...
Woman rewarded for returning armored car company's lost loot (10/14/07)
WERNERSVILLE, Pa. -- A woman who found $20,000 in cash at a convenience store last month is getting a $500 reward from the armored car company that lost it. Joi Lyn Honer found the stack of $20 bills by a cash machine in Brigantine, N.J., over Labor Day weekend and turned the money over to police...
Suits against state, town stemming from Va. Tech massacre possible (10/14/07)
ROANOKE, Va. -- As the sixth-month anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre approaches, a lawyer representing 20 people killed or injured in the April shootings has began notifying the town and the state about possible lawsuits. Blacksburg town attorney Larry Spencer said he received notices Friday from Peter Grenier, a personal injury lawyer in Washington, D.C., of possible lawsuits claiming negligence by the town and its employees...
Iranian-American man back in California after spending 4 months in Tehran prison (10/14/07)
SANTA ANA, Calif. -- An Iranian-American peace activist who spent four months in a Tehran prison has returned home after posting bond with Iranian authorities, his son said. Ali Shakeri, 59, arrived Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport and has spent the past two days recuperating at his home in suburban Orange County, his son, Kaveh Shakeri, said in a telephone interview Friday...
Officer shoots jar off skunk's head (10/14/07)
CARROLLTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- Officer James Kellett knows it's his job to serve and protect -- even when it comes to nature's stinky black-and-white creatures. When a skunk with its head stuck in a salad dressing jar wandered into the Carrollton Township police station's parking lot, he grabbed a pellet gun and shot at the jar from about 40 feet away...
Volvo C30 is European-style package (10/14/07)
Volvo is thinking small these days for U.S. consumers and introducing its littlest car here, the 2008 C30 hatchback. Based on the front-wheel-drive platform of the Volvo S40 sedan, the C30 is a tidy, European-style package, with four bucket-type seats inside and three doors, including a mostly glass rear tailgate. Except for its instantly recognizable Volvo front end, the C30 looks distinctive on American roads...
Minn. bridge collapse survivors seek state aid (10/14/07)
MINNEAPOLIS -- As the estimated cost of recovering from an interstate bridge collapse surges past $400 million, survivors of the deadly disaster just wish they could get a few thousand dollars here and there to make ends meet. About 30 of the more than 100 people injured in the Aug. 1 collapse, which killed 13 people, meet weekly to talk about the troubles it's caused them. This past week, one man spoke of his struggles with a $41,000 medical bill. Others mentioned missed paychecks...
Fiery pileup in Los Angeles-area freeway kills at least two, leaves several injured (10/14/07)
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. -- A crash in a rain-slicked Southern California freeway tunnel quickly turned into a fiery, chain-reaction pileup that mangled 15 trucks, killed at least two people and shut down the key north-south route as the wreckage burned for hours...
Bush: Protectionism will cost jobs (10/14/07)
WASHINGTON -- Alarmed by slipping support for free trade even among Republicans, President Bush is arguing that protectionism will cut Americans out of chances for more -- and better -- jobs. Bush has launched a blitz on behalf of pending free-trade pacts with four nations. He continued the push Saturday in his weekly radio address...
Personal-care, restaurant industries have highest rates of depression (10/14/07)
WASHINGTON -- People who tend to the elderly, change diapers and serve up food and drinks have the highest rates of depression among U.S. workers. Overall, 7 percent of full-time workers battled depression in the past year, according to a government report available Saturday...
From Nobel Prize to battle in Bali, 'year of climate' likely to head downhill (10/14/07)
It's October, and global warming campaigner Al Gore has won the Nobel Peace Prize. In November the U.N.'s climate scientists issue a capstone report on where the planet is headed. And in December envoys of almost 200 nations gather in Bali, Indonesia, hoping for action to head off the worst of climate change...
Shiite leader: Iraqis must pursue creation of self-rule regions (10/14/07)
BAGHDAD -- The son and heir apparent of Iraq's top Shiite politician came out strongly Saturday in favor of autonomy for Iraq's religiously and ethnically divided regions, a potentially explosive issue on Iraq's already highly polarized political landscape...
China's new generation of leaders steeped in pragmatism, economic smarts (10/14/07)
BEIJING -- When President Hu Jintao needed someone to jump-start an economically listless province in China's northeastern rust belt, he turned to a trusted aide with a doctorate in economics and a low-key manner. Three years after Li Keqiang took the helm in Liaoning, manufacturing is booming, government coffers are brimming and foreign investment is pouring in. ...
Rice criticizes Putin's concentration of power, says it interferes with move to democracy (10/14/07)
MOSCOW -- The Russian government under Vladimir Putin has amassed so much central authority that the power-grab may undermine Moscow's commitment to democracy, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Saturday. "In any country, if you don't have countervailing institutions, the power of any one president is problematic for democratic development," Rice told reporters after meeting with human-rights activists...
Myanmar junta arrests 4 leading activists (10/14/07)
YANGON, Myanmar -- Myanmar's junta arrested four prominent political activists Saturday, Amnesty International said, including one who went into hiding after leading some of the first major marches against the government several weeks ago. The United Nations has called on the military government to halt its crackdown on the protesters, and a U.N. special envoy was expected in the region today to help coordinate a response among key Asian governments...
Kelly blanks Principia (10/14/07)
BALLWIN -- Kelly coach Rhonda Ratledge waited and waited to tell Heather Beggs that she'd pitch the Hawks' Class 2 state quarterfinal game against Principia on Saturday. "About 20 minutes before," Beggs said. "She asked me if I wanted the game ball and I thought about it and said, 'Yeah, this is the quarterfinal game and I'm ready.' ... She has been going with her gut feeling and this was her gut feeling today."...
Bulldogs advance (10/14/07)
BALLWIN -- Notre Dame's Alecia Glaus was not in the starting lineup when the Bulldogs faced Affton in the Class 3 state quarterfinals Saturday. But by the end of the game, she had played as big a role as any member of the Notre Dame team. The sophomore entered in the top of the fifth inning with the score knotted 1-1 as a courtesy runner for Whitney Eftink, who had doubled. ...
Central's season ends (10/14/07)
The Central girls tennis team faced an uphill battle Saturday afternoon by the time its Class 2 sectional match against Nerinx Hall resumed at an indoor location due to rain. The Markers had a 4-2 lead after singles play in the morning at Parkway West High School...
Bulldogs survive double overtime (10/14/07)
John Unterreiner took a pass from Trenton Vance to score the game-winner in double overtime to lead the Notre Dame boys soccer team to victory Saturday. The Bulldogs improved to 16-3-1 overall with the 1-0 win against Clayton. Notre Dame goalie Ryan Bass had 16 saves in the shutout...
St. Vincent dominates tuneup (10/14/07)
PERRYVILLE -- This time, when St. Vincent coach Keith Winkler looked around for players to plug into the lineup, it was a good thing. "I need a right guard!" he yelled as he assembled a second-team lineup in formation near the sideline early in the second half...
Redhawks knock off Gamecocks (10/14/07)
Karleigh DeLong posted a double-double to lead the Southeast Missouri State volleyball team to a 3-1 victory over Jacksonville State on Saturday. The Redhawks dropped the first game but won the next three to knock the Gamecocks out of sole possession of first place in the Ohio Valley Conference...
Redhawks rush for 230 yards with Holloman out of lineup (10/14/07)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- Southeast Missouri State was able to muster an effective running game Saturday despite being without leading rusher Timmy Holloman, Holloman, the Redhawks' top offensive threat who ranked No. 2 in the Ohio Valley Conference and No. 8 nationally in rushing, was declared ineligible Tuesday after being found in violation of unspecified NCAA regulations...
Southeast's upset bid dies early (10/14/07)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- Southeast Missouri State stunned Eastern Kentucky with an early haymaker. But the Colonels landed most of the big shots Saturday as they rolled to a somewhat predictable 44-17 win. EKU, ranked 23rd nationally in Division I-AA, improved to 5-2 overall and 4-0 in the Ohio Valley Conference...
Westwood Hills wins another Cup (10/14/07)
Being the host team for the SEMO Cup golf tournament was a mixed blessing for the Kimbeland Country Club team Saturday. Kimbeland did play within two strokes of defending champion Westwood Hills Country Club in the event that pits 10 area golf clubs' squads in a four-format, 36-hole competition...
Getting Benji to behave (10/14/07)
You have some friends over for dinner. As soon as the doorbell rings, your dog begins barking and chomping at the bit for the door to open. Your friends barely make it into the house before he jumps on them, almost knocking them to the ground. "No! Down!" you yell...
Riding on the edge of society (10/14/07)
Editor's note: Matt Wittmer is a Cape Girardeau native and an avid cyclist. He is helping to plot a bike route from Canada to Key West, Fla., as part of the East Coast Greenway. Wittmer's portion of the ride started in September in Washington, D.C., and will end in Key West in November....
The little things (10/14/07)
By Chris Pagano Southeast Missourian This brick and stone, one-and-a-half-story home in the Lexington Place subdivision has a stately flair with two brick columns framing the doorway and lanterns that define the home's character at first glance. Glass transoms flank the doorway. A sidewalk to the driveway not only completes the finished look but will cut down on tracking the outside in. A three-car garage with the carriage-door look includes lanterns, setting the style for an upscale home...
What were we thinking? (10/14/07)
Husband-and-wife journalists Bob Miller and Callie Clark Miller share the same small house (still), work in the same office (again) and somehow manage to cling to their sanity (barely). Older and wiser (she's wiser, he's just older), the Southeast Missourian sweethearts offer their views on everyday issues, told from two different perspectives....
George Spence (10/14/07)
George D. Spence, 88, of Scott City died Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007, at home. He was born April 29, 1919, at Rutherford, Tenn., son of George W. and Effie Glissom Spence. He and Margaret Mary Godfrey were married Aug. 21, 1944, at Wellingborough, England...
Teddy Stearns (10/14/07)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Teddy Eugene Stearns, 85, died Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007, at home. He was born Sept. 7, 1922, at Murphysboro, Ill., son of Howard Eugene and Grace Lillian Turner Stearns. He and Emma Jean Johnson were married Nov. 28, 1953 at Jackson...
Nellie Wilson (10/14/07)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Nellie M. Wilson, 75, of Mound City died Friday morning, Oct. 12, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 29, 1931, in Urbandale, Ill., daughter of the late Thomas Franklin and Marie Weaver Butler. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Mound City and retired as a bookkeeper from Empire Gas Co. in Mounds after 35 years of service...
Ivan Underwood (10/14/07)
Ivan Dale Underwood, 79, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 12, 2007, at the family home. He was born Jan. 8, 1928, in La Valle, Mo., son of Henry and Ethel Jackson Underwood. He and Helen Thomason were married Sept. 27, 1986. Underwood was a truck driver for Valley Steel. He was a member of the Christian Motor Cycle Association and a member of the Community Church in Marble Hill, Mo., where he was known as the candy man by the children of the church...
Barbara Barton (10/14/07)
Barbara L. Barton, 72, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007 at Heartland Care and Rehab in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 31, 1935, in Bloomfield, Mo., the daughter of Daniel L. and Bessie Ruth Graves Riley. She and Joseph J. Barton where married in Hernando, Miss. He died in June of 1991...
Larry Miller (10/14/07)
Larry David Miller, 61, of Tucson, Ariz., died Thursday, June 21, 2007, of colon cancer. He was comforted by his wife and two sons at his side. He was born April 29, 1946, in Cape Girardeau, son of Homer D. and Marie K. Miller. He and Debra Mosby were married in 1972...
Denbow-Manley (10/14/07)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Leigh Anna Denbow and Brian Keith Manley exchanged wedding vows May 12, 2007, at First United Methodist Church in Chaffee. Matthew Smith performed the ceremony. Vocalist and musician was Tyson Zahner of Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Randy and Connie Spane of Chaffee, Billye Denbow of Harrisburg, Ill., and the late Clifford Denbow. The groom is the son of Charles and Janette Manley of Sikeston, Mo...
Haertling-Pooker (10/14/07)
Kimberly Haertling and Allen Pooker were married July 14, 2007, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Wells. The Rev. Rick Patzwitz performed the ceremony. Organist was Orville Perr Jr. of Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Ruth Haertling of Altenburg, Mo., and the late Harlen Haertling. The groom is the son of Mildred Pooker of Jackson, and the late Chester Pooker...
Reppen-De Almeida (10/14/07)
Erika June Reppen and Henrique Cavalcanti De Almeida were united in marriage July 7, 2007, at the U.S. Air Force Academy Chapel in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Rev. Scott Myers performed the ceremony. Organist was Dr. Joseph Galema, and soloist was Shelly Myers...
Dale-Beussink (10/14/07)
Amy Dale and David Beussink Jr. were married May 5, 2007, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Jackson. Monsignor Ed Eftink performed the ceremony. Pianist was Krystal McLane of Daisy, and vocalist was Darlene Bullinger of Jackson. Readers were Lindsey Durant of St. Louis and Steven Brands of Gordonville...
Glastetter-Buchanan (10/14/07)
BENTON, Mo. -- Holly Ann Glastetter and Jonathan Grant Buchanan were united in marriage Sept. 8, 2007, in a lakeside ceremony at the home of Danny and Mary Glastetter. The Rev. Dale Huff performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Bruce and Pam Glastetter and Joel and Sondra Buchanan, all of Benton...
Penny-Eddleman (10/14/07)
Julianne Nicole Penny and Ashley Christopher Eddleman were married Nov. 11, 2006, in the South Campus Celebration Center of New McKendree United Methodist Church. The Revs. Richard Northcutt and Gerald Huff performed the ceremony. Guitarist was Fred Burgard, and soloists were Alisha Curtis, Nikki Hendrix and Burgard, all of Cape Girardeau...
Spears-Broch (10/14/07)
Brad and Rose Spears of Bell City, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn Anne Spears, to Alex Joseph Broch of Scott City. He is the son of Harlan and JoNell Broch of Washington, Mo. Spears is a 2002 graduate of Bell City High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education from Hannibal-LaGrange College at Hannibal, Mo., in 2006. She is an elementary teacher with Advance School District...
DesPres-Buechlein (10/14/07)
Louis DesPres and Gladys Hency of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Leann DesPres, to Jason Ronald Buechlein. He is the son of Ronald and Georgette Buechlein of St. Louis. DesPres is a 2001 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School, and a 2006 graduate of Deaconess College of Nursing in St. Louis. She is a registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Louis Children's Hospital...
Cook-Carlton (10/14/07)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Kenneth and Diane Cook of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin Therese Cook, to Matthew John Carlton. He is the son of Michael and Karen Matthews of Columbia, Ill., and Richard Carlton of St. Louis. Cook is a 2001 graduate of Delta High School. She received a bachelor of arts degree in English and secondary education from Webster University. She is a teacher and coach in the Hillsboro School District...
Stuebe-Dewrock (10/14/07)
Stephen and Luanne Stuebe of Herrin, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Lynn Stuebe, to Danny Lee Dewrock Jr. He is the son of Danny and Ann Dewrock of Cape Girardeau. Stuebe is a 1995 graduate of Herrin High School, and received a master's degree from the University of Cincinnati. She is employed at Steward Steel in Sikeston, Mo...
Dost-Harrison (10/14/07)
Gary and Sheri Dost of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Sue Dost, to Michael Keith Harrison, both of Columbia, Mo. He is the son of Michael and Judith Harrison of Jackson. Dost is a 2000 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2003, and expects to receive a doctorate of medicine from the university's School of Medicine in May 2008...
Taylor-Aufdenberg (10/14/07)
Michael and Cheryl Taylor of Creal Springs, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Jo Taylor, to Daniel Wade Aufdenberg, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Richard Aufdenberg of Cape Girardeau and Cindy Farrow of Shawneetown. Taylor is a graduate of Highland High School in Highland, Ill...
Adams-Deck (10/14/07)
GLENALLEN, Mo. -- Mandy Adams of Blaine, Miss., and Barry Adams of Tutwiler, Miss., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane Claire Adams, to Derek Lynn Deck. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Deck of Tillatoba, Miss., and the late Millie Painton. Deck's parents are formerly of Glenallen...
Police report 10/14/07 (10/14/07)
Cape Girardeau: Arrests; Jackson
Fire report 10/14/07 (10/14/07)
n At 6:26 p.m., a still alarm at 408 North St. n At 12:03 a.m., an alarm sounding in the 200 block of Saint Francis Drive. n At 11:33 a.m., emergency medical service at 611 S. West End Blvd. n At noon, an alarm sounding at 1000 Towers Circle. n At 3:06 p.m., emergency medical service at 1927 N. Kingshighway...
Out of the past 10/14/07 (10/14/07)
Ground is broken for the new Biokyowa, Inc., plant on Nash Road south of Cape Girardeau; the multimillion-dollar facility will produce livestock feed additives; several hundred people, including Missouri Gov. Christopher Bond and Shiro Saigi, the consul general of Japan, attend the ceremony...
Stem cells hold great promise (10/14/07)
By Will Richardson Several years ago, Missouri's sick and disabled citizens found themselves in a fight with the Missouri Legislature which, on several occasions, tried to criminalize certain forms of stem-cell research, including research with embryonic stem cells made by somatic cell nuclear transfer...
Costly battle (10/14/07)
It has been several years since more than half of Missouri's public school districts filed a lawsuit claiming the state wasn't providing the level of funding for education mandated by the Missouri Constitution. The suit was filed during a squeeze on revenue that affected funding for just about every facet of state government. Since then, revenue growth and cutbacks in other areas have permitted the legislature to authorize significant increases in school funding...
Buglers provide wonderful service (10/14/07)
To the editor:I very much enjoyed the recent article on buglers who perform at graveside services for our deceased military veterans. I was especially glad to see the newspaper's focus on my high school classmate, Narvol Randol Jr. When my father died seven years ago, Narvol was kind enough to play at the graveside rites. When the family tendered payment to him for this touching act of service, Narvol declined to accept, saying it was his honor to play for those who had served our country...
Writers misleading on school survey (10/14/07)
To the editor:Recently you published an op-ed column from the Show-Me Institute regarding a recent poll supposedly supporting school choice. If you read the study, you will find the authors are being misleading. I did not see anywhere in the study where people identified themselves as teachers who support school choice...
Thanks for help after accident (10/14/07)
To the editor:I want to thank all the folks and bikers who stopped and asked to help when I wrecked my motorcycle Sunday on Route B in northern Cape Girardeau County. I was fortunate to not have been injured too badly. Knowing that so many care was a great encouragement. ...
Speak Out 10/14/07 (10/14/07)
Breaking the habit; Sad page in history; Full circle; Required weaving; Big photographs; Run on the sidewalk; Put him away; Showing compassion
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