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A downward trend for dairy (12/09/07)
Editor's note: This is the second story in an occasional series on the government's role in farming and the millions of tax dollars that support the region's agriculture. By Matt Sanders Southeast Missourian In the rolling hills of Cape Girardeau County, near towns like Oak Ridge and Pocahontas, large blue or corrugated steel silos for feed grain dot the landscape beside livestock barns with open sides and metal roofs...
Filing for local elections begins soon (12/09/07)
The filing period for Scott City's April 8 election doesn't start for more than a week, but Mayor Tim Porch already knows his name will be among those that find their way on the ballot. "I'm going to try to hang in there another four years," Porch joked, but he's serious about his reasons for running for a third term. The city is currently in the middle of different phases of two big road projects -- the Ramsey Creek Bridge, which is already funded, and a new interchange on Interstate 55...
2-year-old in shooting remains hospitalized; mother thanks police for efforts (12/09/07)
Meghan Moshiri, 2, remained at a St. Louis hospital Saturday recovering from wounds received in a shooting at her Jackson home Monday. Meghan's brother, Michael Jeffers, 16, and sister, Madison Moshiri, 4, were shot to death and their mother, Katherine Moshiri, was wounded. Police suspect Katherine Moshiri's husband, Mir Shahin Moshiri, 36, shot his family members before shooting and killing himself Monday afternoon...
Big Sky adding time to schedule, extra plane to deal with airport delays (12/09/07)
Passengers using air service from Cape Girardeau Regional Airport in November experienced higher-than-normal delays and flight cancellations. Weather and the need to make repairs caused some problems, according to Bruce Loy, Girardeau Regional Airport's manager, and Fred de Leeuw, president of Big Sky Airlines...
Down syndrome association holds first Christmas party (12/09/07)
The Heartland Down Syndrome Association held its first Christmas party Saturday at St. Vincent's Family Life Center. About 20 families attended. Santa, gifts, food, popular children's videos, an oversized play ball and companionship were elements of the gathering...
Adam Zweigart (12/09/07)
Adam Zweigart, Jackson Position: Running back Year: Junior Season stats: 215 carries for 1,751 yards and 17 TDs Favorite moment this season: Going to the playoffs Pregame ritual: Pray and touch the spear Strangest supply in your athletic locker: Many socks that are stiff and don't bend...
Four incumbents plan to run for board of aldermen in Jackson (12/09/07)
The four aldermen whose terms expire next year hope to retain their seats. Each will file Dec. 18 to get on the April 8 ballot. Those running again: Curtis Poore, who stepped into fill Mayor Barbara Lohr's unexpired term in Ward 1; David Reiminger for Ward 2; Larry Cunningham for Ward 3; and Joe Bob Baker for Ward 4. Each of Jackson's wards is represented by two aldermen...
Single moms could use help for holiday (12/09/07)
Donations for Toybox can be dropped off at the Southeast Missourian office at 301 Broadway and should include the name of their recipient. Those who wish to donate cash or a check should make it payable to Toybox, P.O. Box 4, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 63702...
U.S. Senate debating farm bill amendments (12/09/07)
When it comes to updating American farm policy, the country is still waiting on the Senate. The farm bill is still caught up in Senate wrangling, but Friday brought good news for the millions anticipating action on the next farm bill as the current bill expires out at the end of this year...
Club news (12/09/07)
SEMO District Fair The annual meeting of SEMO District Fair was held Nov. 6. Three people were elected to the board of directors: Pete Poe, Richard James Jr. and Randy Sinn, all of Cape Girardeau. Chris Weiss of Jackson was reappointed to the board by the Jackson Chamber of Commerce. Bob Blattel and Dave White, both of Chaffee, were reappointed by the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce...
Good 'probiotic' bacteria pique interest of food marketers (12/09/07)
CHICAGO -- Bugs in baby food? Microbes in your milkshake? Relax, this is not the latest tainted food scare -- it's a growing trend in foods designed to boost health, not make you sick. These products contain probiotics, or "friendly" bacteria similar to those found in the human digestive system...
Consultants recommend single-terminal layout at KCI (12/09/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Despite criticism from some travelers, consultants continue to recommend that Kansas City International Airport's three terminals be replaced with a single terminal. The proposed single terminal would be more efficient than the current three-terminal layout, consultant Russell Blanck told a crowd at a public hearing this week. The single terminal would have one centralized security checkpoint, a concourse for concessionaires and shops and four wings for gates...
Officials invite public to share ideas for long-term plans for park system (12/09/07)
ST. LOUIS -- For anyone who has ever longed to let Fido run off leash at a state park, here's a chance to howl that wish. Or for those who long to ride bicycles over asphalt on the Katy Trail, take heed. The Missouri Division of State Parks has taken the unusual step of trying to plan for the years 2017 and beyond. And it has invited the public to weigh in on the park system's future...
Cherished chestnuts no longer endangered (12/09/07)
GENEVA, Ill. -- Christmas isn't always white. Sometimes Jack Frost doesn't even show up, let alone nip at your nose. And there was a time when there weren't many chestnuts to roast over an open fire -- or anywhere else, for that matter. Those days are past now. Jack Frost has already left his calling card more than once, the weather forecast isn't ruling out Christmas under a blanket of fresh snowfall -- and the chestnut crop is making a comeback in the Midwest...
Independence woman collects Nativity scenes from around the world (12/09/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Like many people, Diane Houk is taking that Nativity scene, or creche, out of storage now that the holiday season is here. But she isn't stopping at one. Houk, of Independence, Mo., has creches made up of knitted finger puppets from Peru, figures woven from sea grass in the Philippines and from local artists in Kansas and Missouri. And more. Many more...
White House promises veto unless omnibus spending bill is trimmed (12/09/07)
WASHINGTON -- The White House on Saturday threatened to veto a massive spending bill being assembled by congressional Democrats, saying it's unacceptable to add billions of dollars to domestic programs. The White House has not seen details of the $500 billion-plus measure -- which senior Democrats are constructing behind closed doors -- but reacted to it based on media accounts...
Laid-off trucker leads campaign to ship Christmas trees to troops (12/09/07)
WESTMINSTER, Md. -- Sprawled in his recliner, tired and achy after three days of nearly nonstop work, James Ward hardly looks like Santa Claus. But this laid-off truck driver has just made Christmas brighter for thousands of U.S. service members overseas by mailing them miniature, live spruce trees with all the holiday trimmings...
Omaha mall, scene of shooting, reopens (12/09/07)
OMAHA, Neb. -- People returned to the Westroads Mall on Saturday, most to shop for the holidays but some to grieve in the place where a young gunman killed eight people and himself three days earlier. Within the mall, however, the Von Maur department store where 19-year-old Robert Hawkins fired an AK-47 on Wednesday remained closed...
Man makes world record book for getting hit, thrown by car (12/09/07)
CONNELLSVILLE, Pa. -- Matthew McKnight hopes nobody manages to top his feat in the Guinness Book of World Records. That's because McKnight holds the record for "Greatest Distance Thrown in a Car Accident" in the book's 2008 edition. The 29-year-old record-holder lived to tell about being thrown 118 feet by a car that hit him while traveling about 70 mph. He was struck Oct. 26, 2001, while trying to help accident victims along Interstate 376 in Monroeville, about 15 miles east of Pittsburgh...
Willy the tortoise makes low-speed dash for freedom in Southern Calif. (12/09/07)
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- It wasn't exactly a high-speed chase. Willy the tortoise made a crawl for freedom this week, getting half a mile from the fenced yard where he lives in a doghouse. Shelley Larsen figures the 200-pound shellback escaped after her 18-year-old son, Aaron, left a gate open Thursday...
CIA, Justice Department open probe into videotape destruction (12/09/07)
WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department and the CIA announced a joint inquiry Saturday into the spy agency's destruction of videotapes of interrogations of two suspected terrorists. The review will determine whether a full investigation is warranted. "I welcome this inquiry and the CIA will cooperate fully," CIA director Mike Hayden said in a statement. "I welcome it as an opportunity to address questions that have arisen over the destruction back in 2005 of videotapes."...
Horse survives plunge into owner's frozen pool (12/09/07)
DORSET, Vt. -- A horse was rescued after accidentally taking an icy plunge in a swimming pool. Jet, a 6-year-old quarterhorse, walked onto the frozen in-ground pool Thursday and broke through six inches of ice into about 3 1/2 feet of water, becoming trapped...
2 small planes collide over Fla. Everglades (12/09/07)
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- Two small planes collided over the Everglades Saturday, crashing into the swamp, and authorities said there were likely no survivors. A Piper aircraft and another plane believed to be a Cessna crashed at about 3 p.m., Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said...
Drivers line up in rural Wis. for 33-cent gas (12/09/07)
MINOCQUA, Wis. -- Dozens of drivers made a mad rush for cheap gas after a station employee accidentally changed the price to 33 cents a gallon. An employee closing Trig's Minocqua Shell for the night mistakenly entered the price of a gallon of gasoline as 32.9 cents instead of $3.299 on Monday night...
Ford's Taurus X a mild version of an SUV (12/09/07)
The 2008 Ford Taurus X is a tall wagon. No, it's a mild version of a sport utility vehicle. Whatever the description, the Taurus X is an easy-to-drive, nice-riding vehicle with room for up to seven people and flexible cargo space. Its government fuel economy ratings of 16 miles per gallon in city driving and 22 mpg on the highway put the Taurus X among the top third of SUVs for gas mileage. And this five-door model earned five out of five stars across the board in U.S. government crash tests...
As world climate warms, malaria climbs into New Guinea highlands (12/09/07)
PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea -- In one New Guinea hilltop village the message was rooted deep in lore:~ As the climate changes, the slow spread of warm-weather diseases is more a quiet scourge. If you hunt in the valley below and sleep there overnight, evil spirits will possess you, you'll become sick, and you'll die...
Tensions rise as Kosovo prepares to declare its independence (12/09/07)
CAMP NOTHING HILL, Serbia -- Suddenly, they're almost everywhere: NATO peacekeepers patrolling Kosovo in trucks and Humvees. The increased presence is intended to reassure, but it's rattling nerves as the breakaway province gears up for independence...
Oil from damaged supertanker blackens shore in S. Korea's largest oil spill (12/09/07)
MALLIPO BEACH, South Korea -- Thick, smelly crude oil washed up on an 11-mile stretch of scenic coastline Saturday, blackening seagulls and threatening fish farms as South Korea's Coast Guard struggled to contain the country's largest oil spill. Residents and emergency workers used buckets to try to remove the dense oil carried by strong winds and currents to the country's western coast...
Briefly (12/09/07)
Iraqi truck bomber attacks police station BAGHDAD -- A suicide bomber driving an explosives-laden truck struck a police station north of Baghdad on Saturday. The truck was allowed through the main gate of the complex in Beiji, the site of Iraq's largest refinery. The driver detonated his payload when two policemen approached him as he tried to enter a parking lot, police said. The blast killed eight people and wounded 16, police said...
Jackson's running back kept the offense moving (12/09/07)
Jackson's Adam Zweigart knew he had worked hard lifting weights, running track and doing all he could to get his body in shape during the offseason in preparation for the 2007 football season. But he was not sure what his role would be with the Indians...
Morrill nets 21 as Bulldogs earn win (12/09/07)
Jane Morrill scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Notre Dame girls basketball team to a 57-43 victory against Westminster on Saturday. Paige Schumer added four points and seven rebounds, while Alex Fowler had seven points and six boards...
Delta rides its defense to title (12/09/07)
CHAFFEE -- Delta senior Sarah Keys said she knew playing a strong zone defense would be the main way to upset a tall and quick Kelly team in the Lady Devils Invitational championship game "We worked on defense the day before in practice," Keys said. "We played a lot of defense. We practiced against our JV. We played defense while they played offense."...
Redhawks snap 10-game losing skid to Tech (12/09/07)
Southeast Missouri State's men's basketball team didn't just end its 10-game losing streak against Tennessee Tech. The Redhawks totally smashed it, burying the Eagles in the second half Saturday night on their way to an 84-74 romp at the Show Me Center...
Redhawks earn win without top two players (12/09/07)
The Southeast Missouri State women's basketball team had its back against the proverbial wall. Southeast lost Thursday's Ohio Valley Conference opener to Tennessee State as preseason OVC player of the year Missy Whitney was out with an injury. Against Tennessee Tech on Saturday, not only did No. 2 scorer Whitney miss her second straight game, but top scorer Sonya Daugherty did not play due to what coach John Ishee termed "an internal issue."...
Karr says he knows how investigation started (12/09/07)
Former Southeast Missouri State women's basketball assistant coach Rick Karr believes the spark that ignited the NCAA investigation of the university's women's basketball program was a misinterpreted money transfer. He also believes the entire process exhibited the lack of due process by the NCAA, a lack of support for former coach B.J. Smith and due diligence by the Southeast administration and dragged his own reputation through the mud...
The end of the road (12/09/07)
A bicycle can be a way to get places, but also a way to meet people as one local cyclist discovered on his ride from Washington, D.C., to Key West. Matt Wittmer joined the effort of the East Coast Greenway Alliance, a not-for-profit organization trying to link pedestrian and bike trails from the Canadian border to the Florida Keys using existing trails in all the coastal states and connecting them with safe roads. He started in September and rode into Key West in November...
A letter to Katherine Moshiri (12/09/07)
Dear Katherine, Or do you prefer Kathy? Kate? I wish I knew, because knowing would likely mean I'd taken the time to stop and talk with you one day. I usually do when someone new moves to the neighborhood; sometimes I bake cookies -- just call me June Cleaver. But your house is just around the corner, just out of sight. I must not have noticed when you moved in...
Elton John gets rare bird-feather cloak award for visiting Maori communities (12/09/07)
WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Elton John has received a specially made bird-feather cloak for his many visits to Maori communities. "It's the Maori equivalent to an Academy Award" and means the 60-year-old British singer is an honored member of the Ngati Te Whiti subtribe, group chairman Peter Love said Friday in a statement...
Michael Jeffers (12/09/07)
Michael Reed Jeffers, 16, of Jackson, died Tuesday, December 4, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born May 2, 1991, in Tucson, Ariz., son of Chad and Katherine (Mouser) Jeffers. Michael; his mother, Katherine Moshiri; and little sisters, Madison and Meghan Moshiri, were victims of gunshots received during a murder-suicide tragedy at their home in Jackson on Monday, Dec. 3. Shawn Moshiri was the assailant and eventually turned his weapon on himself...
Michael Binns (12/09/07)
Michael S. Binns, 50, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Oct. 9, 1957, in Akron, Ohio, son of William and Helen Bentley Binns. They preceded him in death. He and Beverly Bradford were married July 16, 1993, in Glendale, Ariz...
Bruce Bauer (12/09/07)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Bruce B. Bauer, 80, of Jonesboro died Friday, Dec. 7, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 7, 1927, in Jonesboro, son of Fred Joseph and Norma Lowrance Bauer. He married Jeanetta Cunningham on Oct. 17, 1948, in Piggott, Ark. She died Oct. 11, 2006...
Burford Helderman (12/09/07)
Buford Sylvester "Shorty" Helderman, 91, of Whitewater died Friday, Dec. 7, 2007 at Jackson Manor in Jackson. He was born Jan. 22, 1916, at Cape Girardeau, son of Era Tilton and Sarah Elizabeth Doggett Helderman. He and Gertrude Brown were married Dec. 20, 1936. She died Oct. 26, 2006...
Madison Moshiri (12/09/07)
Madison Lynne Moshiri, 4, of Jackson passed away Monday, Dec. 3, 2007, at her home. She was born Oct. 2, 2003, in Las Vegas, daughter of Shawn and Katherine Angelique (Mouser) Moshiri. Madison's favorite pastimes were baking with her mom and dancing with her sister, Meghan...
Bessie Atherton (12/09/07)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Bessie Atherton, 94, of Mound City died Friday, Dec. 7, 2007, at Union County Hospital in Anna, Ill. She was born May 26, 1913, at Mound City, daughter of Mitchell and Della Evertts Lessar. Atherton was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Mound City. She worked as a cook at Meridian School...
Venita Morris (12/09/07)
MCCLURE, Ill. -- Venita Evans Morris, 88, of McClure died Friday, Dec. 7, 2007, at Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau. She was born Feb. 1, 1919, in Cape Girardeau. Lorberg Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Marilou Salmon (12/09/07)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Marilou H. Salmon, 81, of Spring Hill, Fla., formerly of Hoffman Estates, Ill., died Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. A private memorial service will be held in Spring Hill. She was born May 4, 1926, in Mound City, to Frances Lentz and George Hooppaw. She attended Chicago College of Business in 1946...
Noon-Reinagel (12/09/07)
Rachel Allison Noon and Scott Thomas Reinagel were married June 23, 2007, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso, Mo. The Rev. Oliver Clavin and the Rev. Normand Varone performed the ceremony. Music was by the Southeast String Quartet. Organist was Dr. Gary Miller of Cape Girardeau, and soloists were Renee Reinagel of Kelso and Adam Reinagel of Springfield, Mo...
Raines-Koehler (12/09/07)
Ashley Virginia Raines and Joshua Blaine Koehler exchanged vows Oct. 20, 2007, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Jackson. Monsignor Ed Eftink performed the ceremony. Readers were Cristy Richardson and Jamie Koehler, godmothers of the groom. Giftbearers were Don and Sheila Beussink, godparents of the bride. Don and Carol Koehler, grandparents of the groom, assisted with the eucharist...
Siebert-Senciboy (12/09/07)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Emily Elizabeth Siebert and Garrett Michael Senciboy were married June 9, 2007, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in New Hamburg, Mo. The Rev. Ralph Duffner performed the ceremony. Reader was Andrea Heisserer of Benton, Mo., cousin of the groom. Organist was Sidney Burks of Chaffee. Mass server was Alex Davie of Chaffee, cousin of the bride...
Hanks-Quick (12/09/07)
Denise Hanks and John Quick were married Nov. 10, 2007, at Perkins Baptist Church in Perkins, Mo. Kermit Patton performed the ceremony. Music was by Gary Wagoner. Hanks is the daughter of Tom and Barb Sander of Cape Girardeau. Maid of honor was Debie Pobst of Cape Girardeau, sister of the bride. Bridesmaid was Brittany Hanks of Cape Girardeau, daughter of the bride...
Friese-Kluesner (12/09/07)
Deidre Dawn Friese and Gary Wayne Kluesner Jr. were married Aug. 25, 2007, at St. Lawrence Church in New Hamburg, Mo. The Rev. Ralph Duffner performed the ceremony. Music was by Dolly Kluesner, Samantha Simmons and Joe Simmons, all of Chaffee, Mo. The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Debby Friese of Scott City. Gary and Susan Kluesner of Chaffee are parents of the groom...
Hemmann-Miesner (12/09/07)
David and Cathy Hemmann of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Louise Hemmann, to Chad Michael Miesner. He is the son of Rick and Elaine Miesner of Frohna, Mo. Hemmann is a 2003 graduate of Oak Ridge High School. She is a 2005 graduate of Mineral Area College, and expects to receive a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice from Southeast Missouri State University in May 2008. She is employed at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Wright-Sheets (12/09/07)
Robert and Judy Wright of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Wright, to Michael Sheets, both of Maryland Heights, Mo. He is the son of Britt and Terry Sheets of Florissant, Mo. Wright is a 2001 graduate of Central High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in entertainment management from Missouri State University in Springfield in 2005. She is employed at Washington University in St. Louis...
Stover-Tucker (12/09/07)
Dan and Karen Stover of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Lee Stover, to Kevin Michael Tucker. He is the son of Michael and Donna Tucker of St. Louis. Stover received a bachelor's degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed by The Heart Care Group in St. Louis...
Sisson-Phillips (12/09/07)
McCLURE, Ill. -- Kenneth and Jeri Sisson of Zion, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gretchen Joy Sisson, to Kyle Paul Phillips of Oakland, Ill. He is the son of Kenneth and Barbara Phillips of McClure. Sisson is a 2000 graduate of Little Creek Christian School. She is a certified freelance interpreter in American sign language...
Siemers - 60 years (12/09/07)
Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Siemers of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a luncheon and reception Dec. 2, 2007, at Trinity Lutheran Church. Hosts were nieces and nephews. Approximately 180 guests attended. Siemers and Irene Siebert were married Nov. 30, 1947, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Tilsit...
Kidd - 60 years (12/09/07)
Mr. and Mrs. James Kidd of Gordonville recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Kidd and Rita Hitt were married Nov. 27, 1947, at Rumbranch, Mo. They moved to Gordonville 27 years ago from Arbor, Mo. Their children and spouses are Rebecca and Harold Nelson of Clearfield, Iowa, and Kenneth and Janie Kidd of Arbor. They have five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren...
Police report 12/9/07 (12/09/07)
Arrest; Theft
Fire report 12/9/07 (12/09/07)
n At 3:52 p.m., false call in the 1000 block of South Benton Street. n At 8:11 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1200 block of Linden Street. n At 9:31 p.m., emergency medical service at 210 Morgan Oak St. n At 9:41 p.m., an alarm sounding at 1000 Towers Circle...
Out of the past 12/9/07 (12/09/07)
Reports of looting in some areas of the county, evacuated because of rising floodwaters, prompt Cape Girardeau County officials to discuss implementing a curfew; a new river forecast is issued calling for the Mississippi River to crest at 43.7 feet on Friday, a lower stage than earlier predicted...
Rosemary Crisp (12/09/07)
Rosemary Crisp of Marion, Ill., and her husband, Harry L. Crisp II, have been remarkable supporters of higher education in several states. Rosemary's death last week saddened her many friends. But it also was an occasion to remember the vibrant woman who supported the causes she loved...
Some cases are more dangerous (12/09/07)
To the editor:I have a question. In the recent case where the man shot his family and himself, the judge who granted the protection order that was filed on the husband earlier that day stated that there are as many as "15 to 20 protection orders filed in a day." This seems to downplay the importance of Katherine Moshiri's protection order. ...
Domestic violence is critical issue (12/09/07)
To the editor:I grew up in Jackson, attended school at Southeast Missouri State University and currently live in New Jersey. I faithfully follow the Southeast Missourian online, and I have been following the Jackson shootings with much interest and concern...
Columnist draws on thin connection (12/09/07)
To the editor:I often find myself fascinated with Gene Lyons' column. In his recent piece titled "Beam me up, Scotty" he managed to drag up the old Valerie Plame story and attempted to dust it off and give it new life. Apparently he was willing to believe Scott McClellan if Mr. McLellan was going to say what he wanted to hear. Unfortunately, Mr. McLellan's words fell short of Mr. Lyon's view of the truth, so Mr. McLellan must still be lying...
More information about licenses (12/09/07)
To the editor:In response to the editorial "License snafus": You do not have to call in advance of going to renew your driver's license. Because of the volume of calls the National Driver Registry has been receiving, there be some delays. It is for this reason that we recommend that you not wait until the last day to renew your driver's license. You can renew as early as six months before your expiration...
Speak Out 12/9/07 (12/09/07)
Long-range issue; Iran's nuclear plan; Tried to get help; Lights in the park; Winter heat; Easy-to-get orders; Paying the price
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