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Airline proposals being taken until midnight (01/11/08)
Southeast Missourian The U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C., may be opening bids today for commercial passenger air service at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, but no names are being released. Bids "can come in as late as midnight," said Bill Mosley, a U.S. Department of Transportation spokesman. He said the information will be posted online at www.regulations.gov on Monday...
Orchard students raise money for family who lost possessions in house fire (01/11/08)
It took more than 30 students to carry out all the donations made Friday to a family whose house burnt down last month. Mark Hoffmeister, his wife, Angie, and their children, Morgan, 9, and Megan, 6, lost their possessions in a Jackson house fire Dec. 28...
Pennsylvania charges Timothy Krajcir with 1979 murder (01/11/08)
Timothy Krajcir has now been charged in four states, in connection with all nine murders to which authorities say the 63-year-old man has confessed. Pennsylvania became the last state to file charges against Krajcir on Friday, when Berks County District Attorney John Adams charged him with the 1979 murder of Myrtle Rupp...
Trucking firms involved in Nathan Cooper case may face civil penalties (01/11/08)
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Missouri is negotiating possible civil penalties with the trucking firms that benefited from the immigration fraud scheme that resulted in criminal charges against former state representative Nathan Cooper...
Jackson police officer fired (01/11/08)
A Jackson police officer accused of assaulting three teenagers has been fired from the police department following misdemeanor charges, Jackson police chief James Humphreys said. On Thursday, Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney Morley Swingle charged Edward A. Moore with three counts of third-degree assault after allegedly attacking his 15-year-old and 18-year old sons and one son's 18-year old girlfriend...
Bids for Cape air service to be opened today (01/11/08)
The sealed bids for Cape Girardeau's next passenger air carrier will be opened today in Washington, D.C. At least one proposal will be no surprise. Great Lakes Airlines, which lost out to Big Sky Airlines last year, has already made its interest known. The Farmington, Mo.-based Charter Air Choice One has also indicated it will bid, according to airport manager Bruce Loy...
2-year-old in Jackson shootings remains in St. Louis hospital (01/11/08)
Five weeks after an apparent murder-suicide on West Mary Street in Jackson left three dead and two wounded, Meghan Moshiri, the 2-year-old victim of the shooting, remains hospitalized in St. Louis with severe injuries, according to Roberta Knights, her grandmother...
Recent rain eliminates lingering drought effects from summer (01/11/08)
After a nearly summerlong drought that destroyed pasture grasses and affected row crops on Southeast Missouri farms, heavy fall and winter rains drenched the area and eliminated any lingering drought. The National Weather Service recorded 5.68 inches of precipitation in October at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, 1.57 inches in November and 7.5 inches in December. Totals downtown (observed and recorded by the Southeast Missourian) were 6.66 inches, 1.81 inches and 8.72 inches, respectively...
Prospective school board members learn about the job (01/11/08)
Six prospective Cape Girardeau School Board members attended a meeting Thursday to learn what the position entails. Of the six, Dr. Steve Trautwein and Martha Hamilton are incumbents. Two others, Tony Smee and Carrie Beth Smith, have already filed. And two more said they are considering filing...
Court rejects convicted murderer's appeal (01/11/08)
The Southern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals rejected attempts by Justin Brown to overturn his conviction for the 2002 murder of Ralph Lape of Cape Girardeau. Brown was convicted of first-degree murder in May 2006 by a Pulaski County jury. In his appeal, Brown's attorney, Roger W. Johnson, argued that there were errors in the jury selection and the instructions to the jury, constitutional violations and prosecutorial misconduct. Brown is serving life in prison without parole...
Scott City murder suspect arraigned (01/11/08)
The teen accused of killing a 45-year-old Kelso, Mo., man was arraigned Thursday afternoon before Circuit Judge David A. Dolan. Marcus A. Bowers, 18, of Scott City, appearing by video arraignment in the Scott County courtroom, entered a plea of not guilty for the charges of first-degree murder and armed criminal action...
Jeep hits gas pump, starts fire in Fruitland (01/11/08)
An early morning fire started when a Jeep hit a gas pump at the Amerimart in Fruitland. The pump was destroyed, but little other damage was done, a store employee said. The Amerimart station, 5410 U.S. 61, did business as usual during the remainder of the day following the fire, which occurred about 6 a.m., said J.D. Schlick, an employee of the convenience store...
New I-55 interchange inches toward being able to open (01/11/08)
Less than two days' work stands between drivers using the East Main Street/LaSalle Avenue interchange at Interstate 55. The problem is getting those two days. The rainy weather has prevented striping lanes and installing signs, according to Rick Lamb, senior construction inspector for MoDOT...
Leopold ranks No. 1 again in Southeast Missourian analysis of area schools (01/11/08)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Leopold schools are modest. Floors are bare cement, wood paneling adorns the walls, and window air-conditioning units jut out from the aluminum siding of the high school. Driving from Cape Girardeau, one might get lost if following directions from the Internet. They take you on dirt roads. The unincorporated Bollinger County hamlet is so small the U.S. Census Bureau's Web site doesn't recognize the name...
Mo. lawmaker pleads guilty to bribing bank official (01/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- State Rep. John Bowman, a Democrat from St. Louis, pleaded guilty Friday to his role in a bank and credit card fraud scheme. He is the second state lawmaker in a month to appear in federal court here in a fraud case, and one of four charged with crimes in 2007...
Missouri tries to unclog rail lines used by Amtrak (01/11/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to ask state lawmakers to finance a $10.6 million plan to relieve congestion on railroad tracks used by Amtrak. The plan comes as Amtrak continues to lose riders on its Kansas City to St. Louis route, even as ridership across the country is increasing...
Joplin residents warned to boil water (01/11/08)
JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) -- A mandatory boil order for Joplin's drinking water has been issued as officials test it for bacteria. Officials from the Missouri American Water Co. and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources say the boil order issued Thursday will last at least four days...
Judge restores State Sen. Graham's driving privileges (01/11/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- A judge has reinstated the driving privileges of State Sen. Chuck Graham, less than three months after the Columbia Democrat was charged with DWI. After a brief hearing in Boone County Associate Circuit Court Thursday, Graham's attorney said the mandatory driver's license suspension had been set aside. Under an agreement between his lawyer and prosecutors, Graham's driving privileges are restored...
Man accused of assaulting Lincoln County deputy (01/11/08)
TROY, Mo. (AP) -- An Oklahoma man is facing felony assault charges for allegedly attacking two eastern Missouri deputies and a hospital worker. The incident happened January 5th in Lincoln County and was made public Thursday. Authorities say a deputy pulled over a vehicle on Missouri 79 near Foley for an equipment violation. While speaking to the driver, 64-year-old John Wiltsch of Dellwood, the deputy allegedly found marijuana...
Robber described as calm, cool, hits 3 banks in St. Peters (01/11/08)
ST. PETERS, Mo. (AP) -- Most bank robbers are in a hurry. But one hitting banks in St. Charles County seems to be taking his sweet time. Police believe the same man has struck three different Bank of America branches over the past two months, all three in St. Peters...
Governor ducks questions about e-mail deletion lawsuit (01/11/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Matt Blunt ducked questions Thursday about a lawsuit alleging his office intentionally deleted e-mails in violation of open-records laws but defended the firing of the former staff attorney who sued him. A whistleblower and defamation lawsuit filed Wednesday by former gubernatorial attorney Scott Eckersley claims that top Blunt aides directed staff in his office and other agencies to destroy e-mails to avoid providing information sought under public-records requests...
Air Force's F-15 jets plagued by defective support beam (01/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- An Air Force investigation of the crash last fall of an F-15C Eagle fighter jet concluded that a defective metal beam in the frame cracked, causing it to disintegrate during flight. In a report, Air Force investigators said they had found the sole reason for the accident was the faulty support beam, called a longeron, which failed to meet the manufacturer's specifications...
Bernanke vows to cut interest rates more if needed (01/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- Fed chairman Ben Bernanke borrowed a page from Alan Greenspan's crisis playbook when he promised emphatically to cut interest rates further if the weak economy needs the help. The response from Wall Street on Thursday showed that the former Princeton economics professor is improving but still has a few things to learn before he can match Greenspan's magic in wowing financial markets...
Rates on 30-year mortgages break below 6 percent level (01/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- Rising worries about a weak economy pushed rates on 30-year mortgages below the 6 percent mark for only the second time in more than two years. Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, reported Thursday that 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages averaged 5.87 percent this week...
Powerful storms slam Miss., Ala.; Ill. flooding forces evacuations (01/11/08)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Powerful thunderstorms packing heavy rain and high winds pushed across Alabama and Mississippi on Thursday, causing scattered property damage and some injuries. Several tornado watches and warnings were issued Thursday in both states, but no touchdowns were immediately confirmed...
D.C. woman charged with murder in deaths of her 4 children (01/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- A mother found in her home with the decomposing bodies of her four daughters was charged Thursday with murder after reportedly telling investigators that the children were possessed by demons and died in their sleep. Banita Jacks, 33, was charged with four counts of first-degree murder and appeared in District of Columbia Superior Court. ...
2 televangelists step down as regents from Oral Roberts University (01/11/08)
TULSA, Okla. -- Two televangelists have resigned their posts as regents at Oral Roberts University, as the debt-ridden school tries to regroup following a spending scandal involving its former president. The university on Thursday also settled with one of three professors who filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the school...
Police: teenager to be charged with stabbings of 3 students in Pa. school (01/11/08)
READING, Pa. -- A 13-year-old boy will face aggravated assault and other charges after he allegedly stabbed three students and brought explosives to school, police said Thursday. The boy is due in juvenile court for a detention hearing today, Central Berks Regional Police Sgt. Ronald Uczynski said...
Consumer group claims insurance companies overcharge customers, underpay damages (01/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. insurance companies systematically overcharge customers and underpay home and auto claims to pad their already-fat bottom lines, a consumer group said Thursday. The Consumer Federation of America's insurance director, J. Robert Hunter, said insurance companies have enjoyed robust profits and contained losses largely by "methodically overcharging consumers, cutting back on coverage, underpaying claims and getting taxpayers to pick up some of the tab for risks the insurers should cover.". ...
Teens indicted in shooting at Las Vegas school bus stop (01/11/08)
LAS VEGAS -- Two teenagers have been indicted on charges including attempted murder in a shooting at a school bus stop that wounded six people. Dresden Michael Williams, 18, and Franklin Jackson, 17, were indicted Wednesday and are scheduled for arraignment next week in Clark County District Court...
Motion on Church of England draws number 666 in House of Commons (01/11/08)
LONDON -- The beast of the Book of Revelation intruded into the banter of the House of Commons on Thursday when a motion calling for the disestablishment of the Church of England was numbered 666. The last book of the Bible says 666 is the number of a beast that "had two horns like a lamb, and ... spake as a dragon," and that "doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men."...
UN nuclear chief arrives in Iran to resolve questions about nuclear program (01/11/08)
TEHRAN, Iran -- The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog began a two-day visit early today to discuss Iranian compliance with international demands over the country's nuclear program. Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, was to meet Iranian leaders including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and Saeed Jalili, the country's top nuclear negotiator, according to earlier reports by Iranian news agencies...
Chavez arranges return of two hostages held by Colombian rebels (01/11/08)
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Guerrillas clutching rifles marched two captives into a clearing in the Colombian jungle. Everyone was tense. The handover had been repeatedly delayed by logistical hurdles and mistrust, but then Venezuelan helicopters landed to pick up the hostages...
U.S. airstrikes pound insurgent havens in Iraq (01/11/08)
ZAMBARANIYAH, Iraq -- U.S. warplanes unleashed one of the most intense airstrikes of the Iraq war Thursday, dropping 40,000 pounds of explosives in a thunderous 10-minute onslaught on suspected al-Qaida in Iraq safe havens in Sunni farmlands south of Baghdad...
Delta, Kelly advance to final of Scott-Mississippi tourney (01/11/08)
Taylor Smith and Alison Burger both scored 12 points to lead top-seeded Delta to a 57-30 victory against No. 4 Scott City in the semifinals of the Scott-Mississippi girls basketball tournament Thursday at Scott County Central High School. Brittni Deprow added nine points in the win...
ND, Jackson meet in rematch of tourney final (01/11/08)
Jackson vs. Notre Dame Round II. Tonight marks the rematch between two of the top high school boys basketball teams in the area -- the Indians and Bulldogs -- who last dueled in the Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournament title game 13 days ago. Jackson was the victor in that contest, beating the Bulldogs 61-53...
Brookins steps down as Central football coach (01/11/08)
After reports circulated a week ago that Central football coach Lawrence Brookins would resign, the news became official Thursday. Central sent out a news release stating Brookins' intent not to return for the 2008 season and that the search for a new head coach would begin immediately...
Illinois' Mendenhall to enter draft (01/11/08)
SKOKIE, Ill. -- Rashard Mendenhall will skip his senior year at Illinois and enter the NFL draft after rushing for a school-record 1,681 yards while leading the Illini to the Rose Bowl. "I am blessed in the fact that I was able to have the kind of year that I had, and my team was able to have the kind of year it had," Mendenhall said at a news conference Thursday at Niles West High School, where he played before joining the Illini...
Redhawks soccer, track athletes capture honors (01/11/08)
Two Southeast Missouri State soccer players recently were named to the All-Central Region team by Soccer Buzz Magazine after leading the Redhawks to their second straight Ohio Valley Conference tournament title and NCAA berth. Sophomore forward Courtney Alexander made the all-region second team, while freshman midfielder Vanessa Hart garnered a spot on the all-region freshmen squad...
Redhawks increase their resistance on defense (01/11/08)
Several factors have played roles in the Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team's 6-1 Ohio Valley Conference start that has it tied for first place. But no factor has been more important than the Redhawks' improved defense. Following his first season, Southeast coach Scott Edgar said the Redhawks' defensive efficiency -- namely their field-goal percentage defense -- would be something he would spend significant time addressing...
Choi leads Sony Open after first-round 64 (01/11/08)
HONOLULU -- K.J. Choi is accustomed to starting strong at the Sony Open, closing with a birdie for a 6-under 64 that gave him a one-shot lead Thursday and his sixth consecutive opening round in the 60s at Waialae Country Club. Jimmy Walker usually expects the worst when he comes to these shores...
Federer, Henin receive top seeds for Australian Open (01/11/08)
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Roger Federer and Justine Henin took the No. 1 seeds atop the Australian Open on Thursday. As usual at the season's first major event, the top 32 players have been seeded according to their world rankings. Spain's Rafael Nadal is second, followed by Serbia's Novak Djokovic on the men's side. Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova was No. 2 among the women, ahead of Serbians pair Jelena Jankovic and Ana Ivanovic and Russia's Maria Sharapova...
Boyes scores twice in Blues' 4-2 victory (01/11/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Brad Boyes scored twice, Paul Kariya had a goal and two assists, and the St. Louis Blues extended their points streak to six games with a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Stars on Thursday night. The win gave the Blues a 22-14-5 mark at the season's halfway point and kept St. Louis in eighth place in the Western Conference. A year ago, St. Louis was 13-21-7 at the midway point and in 15th place in the conference...
Redbirds sign Phelps to minor-league deal (01/11/08)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals said Thursday they've signed first baseman-catcher Josh Phelps to a minor-league contract in a move aimed at adding depth to the bench. Phelps, 29, will have a chance to make the major league club at spring training, Cardinals spokesman Brian Bartow said. Terms of the contract were not disclosed...
neXt: The next generation, covered now (01/11/08)
Friday n New movies: "The Bucket List": Rated PG-13, 1 hr 37 mins, Cape West Cine "First Sunday": Rated PG-13, 1 hr 38 mins, Cape West Cine "In the Name of the King": Rated PG-13, 2 hr 30 mins, Cape West Cine "Kite Runner": Rated PG-13, 2 hr 7 mins, Cape West Cine...
A bowl of nails for breakfast (01/11/08)
The next time you pour a big bowl of iron-fortified breakfast cereal you might want to take a closer peek at what you are eating. Some cereals contain iron -- the same stuff used to make nails. Here's an experiment that will prove there's iron in some cereals...
'Meanest mom on the planet' sells son's car (01/11/08)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Jane Hambleton has dubbed herself the "meanest mom on the planet." After finding alcohol in her son's car, she decided to sell the car and share her 19-year-old's misdeed with everyone -- by placing an ad in the local newspaper...
Unhappy cooks (01/11/08)
Warning: If this column starts off sounding too much like Andy Rooney, I apologize. You already know that we humans are creatures of habit. And you know that our habits, good or bad, are hard to break. For example, I still salt just about everything I eat, except for desserts. It drives my wife crazy. She accurately points out that I should taste my food first to see if it needs salt. Heck, I know I like salty food...
Dennis Quaid, wife lash out at hospital accused of overdosing their children (01/11/08)
LOS ANGELES -- Dennis Quaid and his wife denounced the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center over a "lack of candor" about medical errors they believe caused their newborn twins to receive overdoses of a blood thinner. The couple said they were particularly upset to learn from a state investigation that their babies were given dosages of heparin that were 2,000 times stronger than what was prescribed...
LillyAnne Turner (01/11/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- LillyAnne Turner, infant daughter of Bryon Wade and Raechal Michelle Cunningham Turner of Jonesboro, died at birth Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008, at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, Ill. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Jan. 18 at Crain Funeral Home in Anna...
Mabel Ray (01/11/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Mabel E. Ray, 93, of Jonesboro died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008, at Chateau Girardeau in Cape Girar-deau. She was born Jan. 14, 1914, in Villa Ridge, Ill., daughter of Richard M. and Flora Ines Essex Bagby. She and George Waymon Ray were married July 1, 1947, in Murphysboro, Ill. He died May 1, 2007...
George Bedford (01/11/08)
CAIRO, Ill. -- George Bedford, 55, of Cairo died Monday, Dec. 31, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at First Missionary Baptist Church in Cairo. Burial will be in Spencer Heights Memorial Park in Mounds, with Bennie Pruitt officiating...
John Hitt (01/11/08)
John Van Hitt, 88, of Oak Ridge died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008, at his home. He was born Jan. 15, 1919, at Holcomb, Mo., son of John Cleason and Cornelia Bryant Hitt. He and Ruby J. Pattengill were married Oct. 11, 1941, in Benton, Mo. Hitt was a 1939 graduate of Morley High School. He farmed in the Oak Ridge area all his life, and was a self-employed carpenter. He was a member and deacon at First Baptist Church in Oak Ridge, and member of VFW Post 3838 in Cape Girardeau...
Lova Vines (01/11/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Lova Meldetta Vines, 90, passed away Monday, Jan. 7, 2008, at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames, Iowa. She was formerly of Cape Girardeau. Service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Anna, Ill. Burial will be in Anna Cemetery...
Verda Nance (01/11/08)
PATTON, Mo. -- Verda Louise Nance, 79, of Jackson died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008, at the home of a daughter. She was born Sept. 11, 1928, in East St. Louis, Ill., daughter of Charles Sherman and Thelma Rose Psharas Sellner. She and Orvil Leonard Nance were married Sept. 28, 1944. He died May 20, 1986...
Spencer Vickery (01/11/08)
Spencer Vickery, 2, son of Matthew Ray Fuller of Cape Girardeau and Aleacia S. Vickery of Van Buren, Mo., died Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Joe Gateley (01/11/08)
ORAN, Mo. -- Joe Weldon Gateley, 79, of Oran died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008, at his home. He was born June 23, 1928, in Oran, son of Henry Milton "H.M." and Katie Lou Usery Gateley. He and Barbara Prindle were married Feb 18, 1950. She died Dec. 14, 1988...
Ethel Riedel (01/11/08)
McCLURE, Ill. -- Ethel I. Riedel, 75, of McClure passed away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girar-deau. She was born Aug. 6, 1932, in Pulaski, Ill., daughter of the late Honley "Whitey" and Pauline Colson Hooker. Ethel was a homemaker and enjoyed gardening, but most of all, spending time with her family and grandchildren...
Kai and Kaden Hexamer (01/11/08)
Kai Martin and Kaden Douglas Hexamer, twin sons of Douglas Scott and Krystal Kay Martin Hexamer of Cape Gir-ardeau, were stillborn Tuesday, Jan. 7, and Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2008, respectively, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Survivors include their parents; paternal grandparents, Thomas and Eva Hexamer of DeSoto, Ill.; maternal grandparents, Dianne Martin of Monona, Iowa, and Kermit Martin of Waterville, Iowa; uncles, Brian Hexamer of Creve Coeur, Ill., Jeff Hexamer of Folkston, Ga.; aunts, Katrina Bigler of Carbondale, Ill., Kolleen Thomas of Las Vegas, Jessica Martin of McGregor, Iowa; and several cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles.. ...
Troy Hays (01/11/08)
PATTON, Mo. -- Troy James Hays, 26, of Sparta, Mo., passed away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008. He was born Sept. 7, 1981, in Creve Coeur, Mo., son of James and Ruth Poddig Hays. Troy currently taught math, English and physical education, and coached the girls varsity basketball and boys varsity baseball teams at Bradleyville High School. He was a member of MSTA and had been senior class sponsor the past two years. He was a member of Whitewater Baptist Church at Patton...
Births 1/11/08 (01/11/08)
DeRossett; Kaufman; Eakins; Needling; Tilley; Cureton
Cape/Jackson fire report 1/11/08 (01/11/08)
n At 3:40 a.m., citizen assist in the 700 block of Perry Avenue. n At 6:02 a.m., emergency medical service in the 1600 block of Luce Street. n At 6:22 a.m., standby at 5410 U.S. 61. n At 7:18 a.m., emergency medical service in the 300 block of Mimosa Drive...
Out of the past 1/11/08 (01/11/08)
Cape Girardeau County government will operate on a $6.3 million budget in 1983, about a $500,000 increase over last year's budget; the tentative budget includes a 6 percent salary increase for most county employees. The first snowfall of the winter season is noted this morning, but it is a "mini-flurry" at best; snow is spotted in the air around 11 a.m. and again 30 minutes later; that compares with the first snowfall last winter of slightly more than an inch on Jan. 7...
Elks delivering on dental care (01/11/08)
For more than 40 years, mentally and developmentally disabled children as well as children from low-income families or families without health insurance have been receiving free dental care from the Elks Mobile Dental Program. This program is one of several community services supported by Elks lodges around the state...
Speak Out 1/11/08 (01/11/08)
Smoking ban; White elephant; Juvenile charges; Traffic tickets; Value of education
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