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Stories from Sunday, February 24, 2008

Police file charges in shooting (02/24/08)
Tambra T. Turner, 29, of Sikeston, Mo., was charged Saturday with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and burglary in connection with the shooting death of Chabreshea R. Egson. Egson was shot and killed early Friday morning at the 1523 N. Spanish St. residence where she lived...
Kasten won't run for full house term (02/24/08)
State representative-elect Mary Kasten hasn't been sworn in yet, but she already announced she doesn't want the job after this year's election. In a statement issued Saturday, Kasten, a Republican, said she would not file for a full term as the lawmaker for the 158th District Missouri House seat she won in a special election Feb. 5. Filing opens Tuesday for partisan offices, with nominees to be decided in August for the Nov. 4 general election...
Cape homicide rate low despite shootings (02/24/08)
For its population, Cape Girardeau's homicide rate is rather low. If you go by the standard one homicide for every 10,000 people, there should be between three and four per year, according to police statistics, but in 2007, there were none within city limits and just one the year before...
Jackson's ice storm tab estimated at $1.2 million (02/24/08)
The effects of ice in Jackson are far worse than the 2003 tornado. Five times worse, according to city administrator Jim Roach. Though details are still be worked out, the current estimate for damages from the Feb. 11 and 12 ice storm is $1.2 million. Trees, electric wires and more than 50 poles buckled and snapped under the weight of up to an inch of ice...
Experts offer advice on earthquake preparedness (02/24/08)
Following the community's major ice storm, representatives from relief agencies presented a program filled with critical information about preparedness for disasters and earthquakes Saturday at the Conservation Campus Nature Center. A simulated earthquake had been planned, but Steve Besemer, SEMA's earthquake program manager, said the U.S. Geological Survey representatives and other partners presenting earthquake preparedness information were unable to make it due to inclement weather...
Ken Evans to file as Republican candidate for county commission (02/24/08)
Cape Girardeau County needs to be prepared for a potential period of fast growth as developers speed up construction and county road improvements make rural areas more attractive, county commission candidate Ken Evans said Saturday. Evans, in a news release announcing his plans to file Tuesday for the District 1 commission seat, said he will campaign for the office on a platform offering a program to make sure the infrastructure is in place to handle growth while protecting the rights of county residents.. ...
Fatal shootings timeline (02/24/08)
The past few months have seen a rash of fatal shootings in the Southeast Missouri area. Fatal shootings aren't uncommon in the region, but the frequency of fatal shootings since December is. Here is a timeline of fatal shootings in Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois in the last 10 years from the Southeast Missourian archive...
Jefferson City school club teaches elementary students to juggle (02/24/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Scarves, clubs, balls and cubes fly through the air, the students under them praying they don't hit the floor. Some students team up to create their own routines. These students are all members of Belair Elementary School's Juggling Club...
St. Joseph, Mo., writer, explorer gains experience from his years of world travel (02/24/08)
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Nothing happens easily in the Andes. The expedition, aimed at finding a new loop to the overused Inca Trail, would prove especially taxing. Try climbing three successive 16,000-foot mountain passes on three successive days. Conger Beasley Jr., a writer and explorer, found it the better part of valor, and respiration, to do as the natives do...
Cardinals will wear Kirkwood hats at exhibition game as show of support (02/24/08)
JUPITER, Fla. -- The St. Louis Cardinals will wear hats honoring the city of Kirkwood at the team's opening spring training game. Manager Tony La Russa said the Cardinals want to show solidarity with the city. A gunman stormed Kirkwood City Hall two weeks ago and killed five people before police killed him...
Classes help University of Missouri employees communicate (02/24/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Some classes being offered at University of Missouri-Columbia are for the employees, with the aim of helping them better communicate with each other. Rosa Burmeister, training development coordinator for residential life, began teaching classes in Spanish and English for the workplace during the fall. She teaches them twice a week in classrooms at the dormitories...
Girls saves siblings from fire by tossing them from window (02/24/08)
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. -- A 12-year-old girl saved her five younger siblings during a house fire by tossing them from a second-floor window. She leapt out after them, saving herself. The fire early Saturday in East St. Louis left one of the children, a 9-year-old boy, with burns on his arms. A relative said that child also broke his ankle in the fall...
NYC borough known for closed landfill plans to produce red wine (02/24/08)
NEW YORK -- Lush Tuscan vineyards and the urban landscape of Staten Island may not seem to go together, but that's about to change. With a little help from its Italian sister city, the borough often associated with its former landfill is preparing to open the only large-scale, educational vineyard in New York City. And its creators are looking forward to producing their own nectar of the gods -- the Super Staten Island Red...
Man accused of identity theft for allegedly using 7-year-old's name (02/24/08)
CARPENTERSVILLE, Ill. -- Police in a Chicago suburb say the Internal Revenue Service has told a 7-year-old boy he owes back taxes on $60,000 because someone else has been using the youngster's identity to collect wages and unemployment benefits. Officers in suburban Carpentersville said Friday the second-grader's identity has been in use by someone else since 2001...
Floridas Marlins looking for tubby men who can dance (02/24/08)
MIAMI -- The Florida Marlins are looking for some footloose fat men. The National League team is creating an all-male, plus-size cheerleading squad to be dubbed the Manatees. Tryouts are scheduled for today. The team hopes to recruit seven to 10 tubby men to dance, cheer and jiggle during Friday and Saturday home games this season...
Philadelphia record store owner sells vinyl, CD collection for $3 million (02/24/08)
PITTSBURGH -- A man says he can now retire because someone bought his massive record collection on eBay for the asking price -- $3 million. A buyer from Ireland agreed to shell out $3,002,150 for the collection of nearly 3 million vinyl albums, singles and CDs, owner Paul Mawhinney said Thursday...
NIU students return following deadly shooting (02/24/08)
DEKALB, Ill. -- The lecture hall where the shooting occurred is closed for the rest of the semester. Extra police and security guards will be on hand. Volunteer counselors will man each classroom, academic department and dormitory. When classes resume Monday, Northern Illinois University will be transformed by the rampage in which five students and gunman Steve Kazmierczak were killed...
Mich. libraries turn up the noise with teen video game events (02/24/08)
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. -- Libraries in southeastern Michigan are turning the page on peace and quiet. Video game events at public libraries are drawing crowds of teens, including about 100 competing monthly at "Guitar Hero" at the Rochester Hills Public Library...
Hundreds mourn at service for 10 killed in sugar refinery explosion in Ga. (02/24/08)
SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Hardhats were hung in the centers of 10 wreaths of white carnations at a memorial service Saturday, one for each of the Imperial Sugar workers killed in the explosion at the company's nearby refinery. More than 700 employees of the refinery in Port Wentworth, plus relatives and friends of the victims of the Feb. 7 blast, gathered at the Savannah Civic Center...
Pleasantly styled (02/24/08)
It's easy to forget about the Suzuki Grand Vitara when shopping for a new sport utility vehicle, unless you're a big budget watcher. The 2008 Grand Vitara -- which has seats for five, a standard V-6 and a limited powertrain warranty that lasts for 100,000 miles or seven years, whichever comes first -- has the lowest starting retail price of all 2008 V-6-powered sport utility vehicles with four doors...
Extinct American Indian languages saved by work of eccentric linguist who died decades ago (02/24/08)
DAVIS, Calif. -- The first time Jose Freeman heard his tribe's lost language through the crackle of a 70-year-old recording, he cried. "My ancestors were speaking to me," Freeman said of the sounds captured when American Indians still inhabited California's Salinas Valley. "It was like coming home."...
Utah delivery man saves obstinate woman from apartment fire (02/24/08)
OGDEN, Utah -- A man who kicked down a door to rescue a woman from a burning building was surprised at the greeting he received. "She was mad at me for coming in," said Allen Donehoo, a delivery man who noticed smoke billowing out of the building Friday. "I said 'I'm sorry, there's a fire' and tried to get her out. She wasn't coming too easily."...
U.S. military reports violence down in Baghdad as Green Zone deals with morning attack (02/24/08)
BAGHDAD -- Extremists fired an explosive barrage Saturday into the capital's heavily protected Green Zone, targeting the heart of America's diplomatic and military mission in Iraq. The U.S. military said there were no injuries from the early morning volley, which could be heard throughout downtown Baghdad...
Cyprus could become E.U. rarity by electing communist-rooted leader today (02/24/08)
NICOSIA, Cyprus -- The warnings have been dire: be careful how you vote Sunday, Cypriot mobile phone users are told by text message, or you could end up with a Stalinist leader and the hammer and sickle as a national emblem. The texting campaign has stirred up a political storm and many have condemned it as scaremongering. But the truth is that today, Cyprus could become a rarity among its European Union partners by electing a communist-rooted president...
Serbian hard-line leaders blame U.S. for violence in Belgrade, Kosovo (02/24/08)
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Kosovo -- Serbia's hard-line leaders on Saturday called the U.S. "the main culprit" in the violence that has broken out since Kosovo declared independence. Several thousand Serbs chanting "Kosovo is Serbia!" and "Russia, Vladimir Putin!" protested peacefully in the ethnically divided town of Kosovska Mitrovica, the sixth day of demonstrations against Kosovo's break with Serbia. Russia backs Serbia's fierce resistance to Kosovo's secession...
Clues sought in Venezuela plane crash that killed 46 (02/24/08)
MERIDA, Venezuela -- Investigators searched through the wreckage of a plane that slammed into an Andean mountainside with 46 aboard, working in freezing temperatures Saturday to find clues and recover victims' remains. Sixteen specialists, including crash investigators and forensic experts, were dropped off by helicopter near the crash site on the steep, foggy slope at an altitude of 13,500 feet, said Gen. Ramon Vinas, head of the civil aviation authority...
Redhawks drop two games in tournament (02/24/08)
SOUTHAVEN, Miss. -- The Southeast Missouri State softball team lost both its games Saturday at the Blues City Classic. Southeast fell to host Memphis 3-1, then was routed by Evansville 16-4 in five innings. The Redhawks (4-5) are 1-3 in the tournament, after splitting two games Friday...
Notre Dame boys win district title with 23-point rout (02/24/08)
PERRYVILLE -- Notre Dame junior John Unterreiner had a real long day Saturday, but it ended on a high note. Unterreiner, when turning around quickly at the Bulldogs' 10:30 a.m. shootaround, felt a sharp pain and something pop in the back of his head. He sat the rest of practice and spent the next three hours at the hospital, where he had a CT scan done...
Another ring for the women (02/24/08)
An assist earlier in the day allowed the Southeast Missouri State women's basketball team to three-peat with room to spare. The Redhawks took the court against visiting Eastern Kentucky on Saturday night knowing Samford already had lost at Murray State, meaning a victory for the Redhawks would clinch at least a share of the OVC championship...
Saxony Lutheran, Meadow Heights win Class 2 district openers (02/24/08)
The top-seeded Saxony Lutheran boys basketball team withstood a strong challenge from St. Vincent during Saturday's opening round of the Class 2 District 3 tournament at Chaffee. Saxony Lutheran held off the eighth-seeded Indians 56-47 to advance to the district semifinals...
Southeast baseball wins its first game (02/24/08)
PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- The Southeast Missouri State baseball team bounced back from a season-opening loss to notch its first victory. Southeast routed the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff 13-2 Saturday, one day after falling to the host Lions 4-2. Both squads are 1-1...
Redhawks find same woes away from OVC (02/24/08)
YPSILANTI, Mich. -- Teams mired in month-long slumps find ways to lose, despite what the statistics say. Southeast Missouri State held Eastern Michigan to one field goal in the last 9 minutes, 38 seconds of the second half. The Redhawks hit five 3-pointers in the final 61 seconds and led 31-21 late in the first half...
Celebrating their history (02/24/08)
Each February the nation comes together to recognize the achievements of black Americans in the country's history. From local heroes like Dred Scott, whose case for freedom went to the Supreme Court and helped raise awareness and increase anti-slavery emotions, to national achievers like Booker T. Washington, a writer, black leader and educator who built the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama into a major black education institution...
Lynn Ware (02/24/08)
A little bit about Lynn:I grew up in Flint, Mich. I came here in 1978. I received a bachelor's degree from Sterling University and a master's degree from William Woods University, I am the Cape Girardeau Safe Communities Program coordinator, I serve as liaison for MODOT District 10 for Child Passenger Safety, member of the National Child Passenger Safety Board, the State CPS Board, the Executive Board for the Southeast Coalition for Roadway Safety, the Cape Family Resource Center Executive Board, coordinator for the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Victim Impact Panel, and I am also a Sunday school teacher at Rhema Word Breakthrough International Ministries.. ...
He's got your nose, honey (02/24/08)
Husband-and-wife journalists Bob Miller and Callie Clark Miller use this space to offer their views on everyday issues. SHE SAID: "Congratulations. We're having an orc." That's what Bob said to me Friday when we got our very first look at Dawson Christopher Miller, live in 3-D glory. I think it was the piglike snout that contributed to this impression...
Attorney: Lohan settles lawsuit with busboy stemming from 2005 car crash (02/24/08)
LOS ANGELES -- A busboy looking to clean up has settled a lawsuit against Lindsay Lohan over a 2005 car crash. "It's been resolved," said Robert G. Klein, the attorney for busboy Raymundo Ortega, who settled for an undisclosed amount Wednesday. Lohan's Mercedes-Benz collided with Ortega's van as he was making a turn in October 2005. Though the California Highway Patrol concluded that Ortega caused the crash by making an illegal U-turn, he sued Lohan seeking at least $200,000 in damages...
Lights, cameras and action abound as Hollywood prepares for Oscar night (02/24/08)
LOS ANGELES -- Jewels and parties. Stars and stand-ins. Rehearsals and news conferences. So much swag even Hollywood canines could rack up free goodies. The city is abuzz with all things Oscar as celebrities flock from all over the world for today's Academy Awards...
Alpha Bechel (02/24/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Alpha Leona Bechel, 100, of Chaffee died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at Jackson Manor in Jackson. She was born Aug. 24, 1907, in Chaffee, daughter of Levi John and Elenora Elizabeth Scheeter Bechel. Bechel worked for many years in Louisville, Ky., and retired as a secretary at International Shoe Co. in St. Louis. She was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church and the Daughters of St. Ambrose. Bechel was the first baby baptized at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Chaffee...
Patricia Wulfers (02/24/08)
Patricia Wulfers, 82, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008, at Jackson Manor in Jackson. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Lloyd Thieret (02/24/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Lloyd P. Thieret, 89, of Perryville died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at Independence Care Center. He was born April 15, 1918, at Belgique, Mo., son of Anthun P. and Lula Hagan Thieret. He and Geraldine Van Dyne were married Feb. 4, 1944, at Independence, Kan...
Sue Ludlow (02/24/08)
Jetoria Sue Tyson Ludlow, 74, passed away peacefully at home in Cape Girardeau on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008. She was born March 23, 1933, in Portageville, Mo., to Ernest and Orvilla Bell Tyson. She married Bill Ludlow from Chicago in 1956. Sue attended Southeast Missouri State University where she was a member of Sorosis Society, a cheerleader and a participant in the Maid of Cotton competition. She later received her undergraduate degree from the College of New Jersey...
Lonnie Woolly (02/24/08)
Lonnie R. Woolly, 56, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Feb. 22, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Aug. 2, 1951, in Wasco, Calif., son of Johnie and Eula Mae Woolly. He and Sharon Williams were married Dec. 17, 1976. She survives...
Myrtle Spooler (02/24/08)
ORAN, Mo. -- Myrtle Spooler, 95, of Chaffee died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008, at Chaffee Nursing Center. She was born Sept. 20, 1912, at Oran, daughter of Charles Robert and Minnie Louis Hency Mansell. She and John Spooler were married Feb. 18, 1936, in Oran. He died Aug. 16, 1998...
Dorothy Thomas (02/24/08)
Dorothy A. Thomas, 89, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at Chateau Girardeau. She was born in Fairfax, Ala. Thomas was one of nine children born to Joe and Verna Adams. Thomas loved and competed in swimming and diving as a teenager. While working in Building No. 45, the communications center for the Ninth Naval District, as a telephone operator in Pensacola, Fla., she met and married aviation machinist mate 1st class C. Dean Thomas on March 10, 1944...
Clara Griffith (02/24/08)
Clara N. Griffith, 72, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008, at Monticello House in Jackson. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Scott Foster (02/24/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Scott M. Foster, 41, of Perryville died Friday, Feb. 22, 2008, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He was born June 27, 1966, at Perryville, son of Wayne and Sharon Erwin Foster. He and Julie A. Stehl were married June 17, 1994. Foster was a tire technician at Roy's Tire and Auto...
Births 2/24/08 (02/24/08)
Burton; Gooch; Beasley; Powell; Guilliams; Milam; Brockmire; Bigham; Christisen; Stoffregen; Dailey; Russell
Griffith - Rodgers (02/24/08)
Deidre Diane Griffith and Adam Wayne Rodgers were united in marriage Jan. 18, 2008, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in New Hamburg, Mo. The Rev. Normand Varone performed the ceremony. Reader was Allison Burger of Benton, Mo., cousin of the bride. Servers were Summer Burger, cousin of the bride, and Carrissa Dirnberger, both of New Hamburg...
Sitze - Cook (02/24/08)
Penny Nichole Sitze and Jonathan Isaac Cook exchanged vows Jan. 12, 2008, at Liberty Congregational Methodist Church in Marquand, Mo. The Rev. Kirby Grindstaff performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Keith and June Sitze of Marble Hill, Mo., and J.C. and Karen Cook of Advance, Mo...
Jansen - Booth (02/24/08)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Laura Mary Jansen and Kyle Edward Booth were married July 21, 2007, at St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev. John Harth performed the ceremony. Reader was Cindy Jansen of Leopold, aunt of the bride. Giftbearers were Mike and Marilyn Jansen of Cape Girardeau, godparents of the bride. ...
Hobeck - Roberts (02/24/08)
Nicole Lyn Hobeck and Jered Lee Roberts were married March 10, 2007, at Lynwood Baptist Church. Eddie Dunivan performed the ceremony. Guitarist and soloist was Travis Eades of Jonesboro, Ark., brother-in-law of the groom. The bride is the daughter of Cindi Crites of Jackson and Kenny Hobeck of Daisy. The groom is the son of Gary and Donna Roberts of Glenallen, Mo...
Bollinger - Manning (02/24/08)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Jessica Lynn Bollinger and Jacob Andrew Manning were married Nov. 17, 2007, at St. John's Catholic Church in Leopold, Mo. The Rev. William A. Huggins performed the ceremony. Readers were Sabrina Stevens of Winchester, Ohio, godmother of the bride, and Becky Kelley of St. Louis, godmother of the groom...
Grimes - Felter (02/24/08)
BENTON, Mo. -- Lauren Michelle Grimes and Douglas Gerard Felter exchanged vows Oct. 6, 2007, at Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church in Nacogdoches, Texas. The Rev. Steve Scott performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Perry and Kim Grimes of Nacogdoches, and Sam and Jolene Felter of Benton...
Crain - Parsons (02/24/08)
Lisa Elizabeth Crain and Alex D. Parsons were united in marriage Dec. 15, 2007, at First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Paul Kabo Jr. performed the ceremony. Organist was Pat Palisch of Cape Girardeau, and soloist was Mellie Russo of Old Brookville, N.Y...
Sorrells - Horrell (02/24/08)
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. -- Robert Joe and Dena Sorrells of East Prairie, and Michael and Frances Horrell of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., announce the engagement of their children, Jennifer Lynn Sorrells and Andrew Michael Horrell. The Horrells are formerly of Chaffee, Mo...
Bertrand - Prasanphanich (02/24/08)
Chuck and Evelyn Bertrand of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Bertrand, to David Prasanphanich. He is the son of Sam and Debbie Prasanphanich of Cape Girardeau. Bertrand is a business teacher at Meadow Heights High School in Patton, Mo...
Chiles - Williams (02/24/08)
Tom and Judy Chiles of Birmingham, Ala., and Judy Chiles of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsea Chiles, to Joey Williams, both of Advance, Mo. He is the son of Donnie and Sandy Williams of Advance. Chiles is a 2004 graduate of Advance High School. She is employed at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Piskorz - Keen (02/24/08)
Krystyna Piskorz of Koszalin, Poland, announces the engagement of her daughter, Monika Lidia Piskorz, to Charles Travis Keen. He is the son of Bonnie and Mike Bollinger and Mike and Carol Keen, all of Jackson. Piskorz is a graduate of 5th High School in Koszalin. She is employed at Buffalo Wild Wings in Cape Girardeau...
Horrell - Weatherspoon (02/24/08)
Michael and Frances Horrell of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., formerly of Chaffee, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Marena Horrell, to Ryan Christopher Weatherspoon. He is the son of Joyce Weatherspoon of Scott City. Horrell is a 2000 graduate of Valle Catholic High School in Ste. ...
Zschille - 60 years (02/24/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Zschille of Jackson observed their 60th wedding anniversary with a dinner Feb. 9, 2008, at Emanuel United Church of Christ in Jackson. Approximately 120 guests attended from Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi and Illinois...
Police report 2/24/08 (02/24/08)
DWI; Summons
Fire report 2/24/08 (02/24/08)
n At 8:40 p.m., a motor vehicle accident in the 200 block of Broadview Street. n At 8:56 p.m., an alarm at 5422 Nash Road. n At 9:48 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1200 block of Brenda Kay Court. n At 10:42 p.m., emergency medical service in the 2700 block of Chrysler Avenue...
Out of the past 2/24/08 (02/24/08)
Sen. John C. Danforth has recommended that Cape Girardeau lawyer Stephen N. Limbaugh Sr., be appointed a U.S. District judge for the Eastern District of Missouri; emphasizing his trial experience and the time he has spent in federal and state courts, Danforth refers to Limbaugh as "a member of one of the outstanding families of the Missouri bar."...
Ameren says thank you (02/24/08)
By Jean Mason The ice storm of Feb. 11 and 12 was miserable, not only for the thousands of customers who struggled when their power was knocked out by the storm, but also for those working to restore power, to provide shelter, to clean roads and to share information on progress. ...
The good times (02/24/08)
The text for today's lesson is taken from the pages and pages and pages of memories shared by dozens of women from Altenburg, Mo. These women for decades have earned money for themselves and their families by cleaning houses, mostly in Cape Girardeau, some in St. Louis. Over the years, these women have earned a well-deserved reputation for hard work, honesty, reliability, good cooking and good humor...
Bring prom queen back to dance (02/24/08)
To the editor:I read and hear a lot of complaints about the sad appearance of parts of Cape Girardeau, especially sections of Broadway. Some areas do look like a prom queen long past her prime. Why can't university students studying architecture, design and art plus volunteers and retired tradesmen lend their talents to restore good looks to buildings and houses in ghettolike disrepair? Students might earn college credits. Steer graffiti artists toward productive work...
Speak Out 2/24/08 (02/24/08)
Fighting drugs; But watch out; Making it work; Student spending
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