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Stories from Sunday, March 30, 2008

Local farmers wait for water to drain from fields (03/30/08)
DUTCHTOWN, Mo. Tom O'Loughlin grows wheat, corn and soybeans on 1,300 acres west of Dutchtown, one of the areas of Southeast Missouri most hurt by flooding the past two weeks. His soil is "supersaturated." He lost a third of his wheat crop. He and most farmers in the area can't plant their corn until the soil dries more. More rain is forecast throughout this week...
Jackson postmaster on leave during probe of alleged rules violations (03/30/08)
For more than a month, Jackson postmaster Mike Heuschober has been on administrative leave while the U.S. Postal Service conducts an investigation of alleged rules violations, a spokesman for the postal service said. The allegations do not include charges of criminal misconduct, said Richard Watkins, spokesman for the Mid America District of the postal service said...
Sikeston assault suspect turns himself in to Charleston police department (03/30/08)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- A suspect in an assault that occurred last week in Sikeston turned himself in to Charleston, Mo., authorities Friday. Montia McCauley, 36, of Charleston now faces charges of first-degree domestic assault, two counts of first-degree assault, burglary and three counts of armed criminal action...
Proposal would give bonuses to teachers (03/30/08)
Teachers who work at small schools, and stay there, would receive bonuses under a plan proposed by a Kansas City representative. House Bill 2430, sponsored by Democrat Jason Holsman, would pay teachers a recruitment bonus of $5,000 to work in a small district. Math and science teachers would get $7,500...
Bootheel Food Bank gets grant through TV special (03/30/08)
Southeast Missourian The Bootheel Food Bank announced Friday that it received $13,015 to combat child hunger in Southeast Missouri. The grant will allow the food bank to provide additional food products to child care centers serving low-income families, according to a news release...
Home and Garden Show enters final day at Show Me Center (03/30/08)
The 28th annual Home and Garden Show, presented by the SEMO Home Builders Association, began Friday, continued Saturday and will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Show Me Center. More than 120 exhibitors displayed their wares, demonstrated gadgets or answered questions about products and services centered around repairing, remodeling, enhancing or building homes...
Rain, storms expected for Monday; area flood warnings extended (03/30/08)
Scattered showers peppered the Southeast Missouri region and the southern tip of Illinois on Saturday as the rain moved along a southwest line from Marble Hill, Mo., through Cape Girardeau toward western Kentucky. Saturday evening was expected to be relatively dry...
Mo. lawmakers try to keep power plant standing (03/30/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A group of Missouri lawmakers are proposing legislation that would keep Aquila Inc. from having to tear down a Cass County power plant. The House members filed a bill this week that would expand the powers of the Missouri Public Service Commission, allowing the regulatory body to approve the construction of utility improvements, even after they're already built...
Ga. man sues to stay off Mo. sex offender registry (03/30/08)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A man who is a registered sex offender in Georgia is seeking to avoid having to register himself when he moves to Missouri. The man, using the pseudonym "John Doe," filed a lawsuit last week in Webster County against Sheriff Rob Worsham, the county prosecutor and the superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, saying he was convicted before Missouri's registry laws were on the books and he shouldn't have to abide by them...
Wildlife agencies look for money as hunting, fishing license sales drop (03/30/08)
STOWE, Vt. -- Bob Shannon is an avid hunter, a fishing guide and owns a tackle shop, but he sometimes struggles to get his own son out into Vermont's woods and fields. "He'll be sitting there with the video games," Shannon said of 9-year-old Alexander. "I finally had to lay down the law last summer: 'If it's a nice day, you're outside.'"...
TSA to change procedures for passengers with body piercings (03/30/08)
LOS ANGELES -- The Transportation Security Administration said it will change the way its officers search passengers with body piercings after a Texas woman complained she was forced to remove a nipple ring with pliers in order to board an airplane...
States allow hunting of gray wolves following federal de-listing (03/30/08)
BOISE, Idaho -- Good news for gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains: They no longer need federal protection. The bad news for the animals? Plans are already in the works to hunt them. Federal Endangered Species Act protection of the wolves was lifted Friday in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, giving those states management of the estimated 1,500 gray wolves in the region...
Study: Letting small hospitals do heart stent procedures not as risky as feared (03/30/08)
CHICAGO -- Is it safe to have your arteries unclogged at a hospital that lacks heart surgeons who can operate if something goes wrong? Many states ban this except in emergencies like heart attacks. But more small hospitals are trying it in non-urgent cases, and the largest study ever done of this, released Saturday, suggests it may not be as risky as has been feared...
Tech-friendly 2009 Acura TSX (03/30/08)
The unobtrusive Acura TSX entry-level sedan doesn't look so mild-mannered for 2009. This Acura with the lowest starting price also has better fuel economy and is larger than ever, having grown 2.4 inches longer and 3 inches wider than its predecessor...
After night of drinking, man wakes up just in time inside garbage truck (03/30/08)
MUNCIE, Ind. -- William M. Bowen woke up after a night of drinking with friends and realized he was inside a commercial trash-collection truck full of waste. The driver had just emptied a commercial trash bin into his truck and was about to activate its compactor when he heard Bowen screaming...
Most sweeping overhaul of financial regulation since Great Depression being proposed (03/30/08)
WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration is trying to confront the credit crisis that has rattled nerves from Wall Street to Main Street by proposing wholesale changes in how Washington oversees the financial system. A plan set for release Monday would give new powers to the Federal Reserve so that the central bank serves as the system's overarching protector of stability...
Contractor seeks to collect millions in Katrina grant overpayments (03/30/08)
NEW ORLEANS -- Imagine your home was reduced to mold-covered wood framing by Hurricane Katrina. Desperate for money to rebuild, you engage in a frustrating bureaucratic process, and after months of living in a government provided-trailer that gives off formaldehyde fumes you finally win a federal grant...
Local governments cracking down on illegal immigration (03/30/08)
HOUSTON -- Mayra Figueroa -- a naturalized U.S. citizen, community organizer and licensed driver -- had no reason to fear being arrested, no need to worry about deported. Then she was pulled over by a Houston police officer, who told her he found it suspicious that a Latina was driving a late-model car. The first thing the officer requested? Figueroa's Social Security card, as proof of citizenship...
Lawmakers rush to act on housing mess, eye broad changes (03/30/08)
WASHINGTON -- Congressional leaders are racing to push through an array of election-year housing measures that already have stirred up much political wrangling and the White House is examining its own plan to further help homeowners caught in the mortgage meltdown...
Gadhafi warns Arab leaders they may be overthrown like Saddam (03/30/08)
DAMASCUS, Syria -- Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi poured contempt on fellow Arab leaders at a summit Saturday and warned that they might be overthrown like former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. Gadhafi's rambling, off-the-cuff speech to the opening of the Arab summit both bewildered and brought reluctant smiles to the faces of the other leaders...
Zimbabweans line up for hours to vote in presidential election (03/30/08)
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Zimbabweans voted Saturday on whether to keep the ruler blamed by opponents for their country's economic collapse, though President Robert Mugabe's challengers claimed the election was rigged even before the polls opened. The main opposition party said it was investigating reports of thousands of voters being turned away from polls and the discovery of stuffed ballot boxes in one district. African observers also questioned thousands of names on official rolls...
Advocacy group raises concerns over threats to press freedoms in U.S. (03/30/08)
CARACAS, Venezuela -- An association representing newspapers from across the Americas raised concerns on Saturday that U.S. courts have unjustly jailed and fined journalists who refuse to reveal their sources. Inter-American Press Association warned against "disturbing signs on the press freedom front" in the United States, but the group applauded the U.S. Congress for taking up a bill that would give federal protection to reporters asked by prosecutors to identify confidential sources...
Cities go dark to raise awareness of global warming (03/30/08)
CHICAGO -- From the Sydney Opera House to Rome's Colosseum to the Sears Tower's famous antennas in Chicago, floodlit icons of civilization went dark Saturday for Earth Hour, a worldwide campaign to highlight the threat of climate change. The environmental group WWF urged governments, businesses and households to turn back to candle power for at least 60 minutes starting at 8 p.m. wherever they were...
Shiite leader tells followers to defy Iraqi government (03/30/08)
BAGHDAD -- Anti-American Shiite militia leader Muqtada al-Sadr told his followers Saturday to defy government orders to surrender their weapons, as U.S. jets struck Shiite extremists near Basra to bolster a faltering Iraqi offensive against gunmen in the city...
A brief look at the local teams (03/30/08)
Advance Hornets @graphic_body_indent_bold leadin:Coach: Allen Pearman Last season's record: 10-10 Postseason results: Lost 18-2 to Oran in a Class 1 District 2 semifinal Returning starters: Adam Cato, sr., P/1B/OF; Cory Cooper, jr., C; David VanGennip, jr., CF/P; Garret Mayo, jr., 1B/3B; Jacob Bond, jr., 2B/P...
Steven Dooley tops Oran's deep pitching staff (03/30/08)
Oran senior Steven Dooley has fond memories of last year's postseason, despite the Eagles losing a Class 1 state quarterfinal game to Valle Catholic. Dooley, a three-time all-state pitcher, transferred to Oran last year after spending his freshman and sophomore seasons at Chaffee, where he never made it past districts...
Notre Dame boys perform well (03/30/08)
The Notre Dame boys track team collected eight medals at its own season-opening Bulldog Relays on Saturday. In the boys field events, Notre Dame placed first with a score of 58, while Saxony Lutheran was seventh (14). In the boys sprint events, Notre Dame placed fifth (17), while Saxony Lutheran was eighth (9)...
Oran's ultimate utility man (03/30/08)
When the Oran baseball team had a big lead during a home game late last season, Eagles starting catcher Caleb Seyer removed his baseball pants in the dugout and gave them to a senior, who didn't play much and helped out more as a manager, so he would have a chance to play in the game...
Redhawks cough up lead in seventh inning (03/30/08)
The Southeast Missouri State softball team allowed three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to drop a 5-4 decision at Austin Peay on Saturday. There were two outs when the winning runs scored. Austin Peay's Krista New laced a bases-loaded double to right field to end the game...
Under the microscope (03/30/08)
Grasping for a word to describe why the Southeast Missouri State athletic department has merited a spot under a microscope, Board of Regents member James Limbaugh came up with "rudderless." "We need to find our direction and find out what we want to be and what it takes to get to what we want to be," Limbaugh said Friday...
Redhawks romp past Skyhawks (03/30/08)
MARTIN, Tenn. -- Tennessee-Martin entered play Saturday with the Ohio Valley Conference's worst ERA by nearly two runs. Southeast Missouri State added to UTM's pitching woes and all-around misery by reaching a season-high total for runs and matching a season-high total for hits during a 19-6 romp...
Temporary ban on tour groups to Tibet (03/30/08)
BEIJING -- China has imposed a temporary ban on tour groups to Tibet and has not said when they would again be permitted. The ban was imposed amid protests and unrest there, as anti-Chinese mobs smashed and torched cars, shops, homes, banks, government schools and offices...
Battling the basket problem (03/30/08)
Husband-and-wife journalists Bob Miller and Callie Clark Miller use this space to offer their views on everyday issues. SHE SAID: We're basket cases, Bob and I. We've known it for a while, but have tried to cover up the problem with the ingenious incorporation of clay pots, plastic tubs and the like...
Existing home sales rise in February (03/30/08)
Sales of existing homes increased in February and remain within a fairly stable range, according to the National Association of Realtors. Existing-home sales -- including single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops -- rose 2.9 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.03 million units in February from a pace of 4.89 million in January, but remain 23.8 percent below the 6.60 million-unit level in February 2007. The sales pace has been in a fairly narrow range since last September...
Yellowstone snowmobile use stays steady (03/30/08)
JACKSON, Wyo. -- The number of snowmobilers visiting Yellowstone National Park remained steady this winter while the use of snow coaches there rose slightly. The number of park visitors on snowmobiles dropped less than 1 percent, to 30,756 compared to last winter. Snow coach visits rose about 7 percent to 21,794...
Call of the wild (03/30/08)
When 11-year-old Elijah Ford did his first turkey call, his father knew there was something special in the making. Daren Ford could turkey call using a mouth piece, but his son could call with his own voice. Vocal calling is a feat that takes most adults years to perfect, but it seems it's just coming naturally to this Jackson North Elementary fifth-grader. To make the calls, Elijah places his hands over his mouth and uses different pressures of breath and different hand positions...
entertainment calendar (03/30/08)
Today Home and Garden Show: Show Me Center, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Whiskey Creek: River City Yacht Club, Port Cape, 8 to 11 p.m. Blues Gone Awry: Broussard's, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Monday Country Club Western Dance classes: Line dance and couples, American Legion Post 63, 2731 Thomas Drive, beginners, 6 p.m., open dance, 7 to 9 p.m...
Carl Revelle (03/30/08)
Michael Halter of Cape Girardeau and Gary and Mary Meyer of Leopold, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Renea Halter, to Michael Gene Vandeven. He is the son of Randy and Carol Mayfield of Sedgewickville, Mo. Halter is a 1998 graduate of Leopold High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in general studies from Southeast Missouri State University in 2002. She is employed by the Social Security Administration in Sikeston, Mo...
Leo Baudino (03/30/08)
Leo Baudino CAIRO, Ill. -- Leo S. Baudino, 73, of Cairo died Friday, March 28, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Dec. 18, 1934, in Cairo, son of Leo and Helen Beland Baudino. He was a teacher at the University of Arkansas and later at Shawnee Community College at Ullin. ...
Phillip Richardson (03/30/08)
Phillip Richardson Phillip Michael Richardson of Spring, Texas, died Sunday, March 23, 2008. Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline Marie Richardson of Spring; two daughters. Melodie Wesson of Houston, Faith Richardson of El Campo, Texas; a sister, Betty Ross of Cape Girardeau; three brothers, Tom Richardson of Independence, Kan., John Richardson of Malta, Mont., Jim Richardson of Fresno, Calif.; two grandchildren; seven adopted and stepgrandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren...
Iva Emmons (03/30/08)
Iva Emmons Iva Emmons, 94, of McClure, Ill., died Saturday, March 29, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau.
Clyde Wilson (03/30/08)
Clyde Wilson Clyde "Cotton" Wilson Jr., 86, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, March 28, 2008, at Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Feb. 9, 1922, near Tamms, Ill., son of Clyde and Mary E. (Miles) Wilson. He and Jo Ann Caldwell were married June 23, 1951, in Cape Girardeau...
Adam Terbrak (03/30/08)
Adam Terbrak MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Adam Lee Terbrak, 21, of Marble Hill died Friday, March 28, 2008, as a result of an automobile accident. He was born Aug. 8, 1986, in Cape Girardeau, son of Rick and Pam Cook Terbrak. Terbrak worked as a nailer for the Kiefer Pallet Mill Co. in Sedgewickville, Mo...
Orville McIntyre Sr. (03/30/08)
Orville McIntyre Sr. Orville L. McIntyre Sr., 76, of Jackson died Saturday, March 29, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 31, 1931, in Jackson, son of Jesse and Lora Crites McIntyre. He and Joy Crites were married June 22, 1963, in Granite City, Ill...
Sutterer - Martinez (03/30/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Amanda Nicole Sutterer and Jose Andres Martinez exchanged vows March 1, 2008, at House of Prayer Church in Chaffee. Travis Hendrix performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Gary and Brenda Bell of Chaffee. The groom is the son of Alberto and Teresa Loyola of West Monroe, La...
Creech - Dudley (03/30/08)
Marlene Anne Creech and Will S. Dudley were married Dec. 30, 2007, at the Elks Lodge in Jackson. The Rev. Vyron Yount performed the ceremony. Recorded music was played. Matron of honor was Sandra Dolan of Wise, Va. Bridesmaids were Amy Ledbetter of Jackson and Teresa Keller of Scott City...
Scifers - Fox (03/30/08)
Lezlie Suzanne Scifers and Robert Steven Fox were married Nov. 24, 2007, at Grace United Methodist Church. The Rev. Scott Moon performed the ceremony. Music was by the SEMO String Quartet. The bride is the daughter of John "Jack" Scifers and Bob and Sandy Hill, all of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Dr. Robert "Bob" and Connie Fox of Cape Girardeau...
Wright - Vick (03/30/08)
MCCLURE, Ill. -- William Quistorf of Everett, Wash., and Charles and Song Machon of Springfield, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Candyce Wright, to Tim Vick. He is the son of Bruce and Sherry Vick of McClure. Wright received a bachelor of science degree in social work from Southeast Missouri State University in 2000. She is employed by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in Cape Girardeau...
Mueller - Miesner (03/30/08)
FROHNA, Mo. -- Brock and Ruth Mueller of Sylvan Grove, Kan., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Renae Mueller, to Joshua Paul Miesner, both of Seward, Neb. He is the son of Fred and Diane Miesner of Frohna. Mueller is a 2004 graduate of Sylvan Unified High School. She expects to receive a bachelor's degree in music education from Concordia University in December...
Lemons - Beverly (03/30/08)
BENTON, Mo. -- James and Barbara Wilkerson of Seale, Ala., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Marie Lemons, to Christopher William Beverly, both of Phenix City, Ala. He is the son of Fred and Cathy Hollon of Union Springs, Ala., and Edward and Ann Beverly of Eight Mile, Ala. Lemons is also the daughter of the late Roger E. Lemons Sr. of Benton, Mo...
Quesenberry - McHughs (03/30/08)
OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Lisa and Steve Essex and Scott and Donna Quesenberry, all of Olive Branch, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kourtnee Beth Quesenberry, to Joshua Caleb McHughs, both of Thebes, Ill. He is the son of Jack and Hope McHughs of Thebes...
Bishop - McClure (03/30/08)
Bill and Cathy Bishop of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Beth Bishop, to Ryan McClure, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Rich McClure and Sharon Buchanan-McClure of Kirkwood, Mo. Bishop is a 2000 graduate of Central High School. She received a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri in 2004. She is public relations manager at St. Louis Science Center...
Edlen - Holzum (03/30/08)
Diana Edlen of Jacksonville, Ill., announces the engagement of her daughter, Hannah Edlen, to Garrett Holzum, both of Columbia, Mo. He is the son of Jeff and Mary Holzum of Cape Girardeau. Edlen is also the daughter of the late Steve Edlen. Edlen is a 2003 graduate of Bluffs High School. ...
Lindsay - 50 years (03/30/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindsay of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Feb. 2, 2008, at Evangelical United Church of Christ. Hosts were their children and grandchildren. The couple was married Feb. 2, 1958, at Hobbs Chapel...
Matthews - 60 years (03/30/08)
Bob L. and S. Alene Matthews of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary March 27, 2008. They were married March 27, 1948, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Bloomfield, Mo. The couple has two children, two grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren...
Kelly Elementary School (03/30/08)
3rd grade -- Cody Alley, Bryce Beggs, Austin Kerr, Rebecah Nall, Kaytlin Oakley, Corey Oxley, Kade Proctor, Maegan Walker, Andy Ward, Macey Watkins, Kevin Wright, Anthony Agin, Cole Crumley, Meghan Foley, Madisyn Gosche, Natalie Groves, Sami Hensley, Whitney Landers, Ralston Reeves, Olivia Roberts, Cayden Williams, Johnathan Watkins, Marcus Watkins, Brooklyne Burton, Anna Hughes, Micah McClain, Kollin McDonough, Kordell Tucker, Elizabeth Ulmer...
Kelso C-7 School District (03/30/08)
A Honor Roll 1st grade -- Ragan Schlosser, Natalie Wyatt 2nd grade -- Alex Burger, Bryce Dirnberger, Aaron Glastetter, Alyssa Moore, Drew Reischman, Kaitlyn Schiwitz, 3rd grade -- Luke Barnes, Austin Eftink, Denny Smith, Cassy Spane, Anne Westrich 4th grade -- Alexis Dock...
HONOR ROLLS (03/30/08)
Trinity Lutheran School A Honor Roll 5th grade -- Abby Breite, Lauren Buerck, Grace Hanebrink, Mia Kinder, Luke LeGrand, Caleb Likens, Alex Melton, Reed Thomas, Clara Vivrett, Joshua Vogel 6th grade -- Julie Aufdenberg, Danielle Childers, Maci Daniel, Chandler Short...
honor rolls (03/30/08)
Delta Elementary School Kindergarten -- Ryan Birkman, Coley Blattel, Johathan Bond, Katie Borneman, Alan Canady, Grant Coomer, Morgan Crutsinger, Trinity Dees, Ashgen Dozier, Chloe Hamilton, Anna Hanselman, Dalton Headrick, Devin Lesch, Logan Rhodes, Sarah Robinson, Andrea Slinkard, William Smith, Isaiah Thomas, Colton White, James Woollums...
Oak Ridge High School (03/30/08)
6th grade ?-- Brittany Amschler, Taylor Bock, McKenzie Elam, Michael Harris, Emma Hemmann, Jacob LeGrand, Cameron Moore, Janelle Myers, Michaela Oehl, Andrew Puchbauer, Miranda Schumer, Rachel Seyer, Morgan Smith 7th grade -- Jordyn Aden, Emilie Beard, Carlie Bolen, Austin Dowdy, Grace Fox, Caleb Johnston, Shelby Mangels, Katelyn Newell, Lance Rohde, Ethan Seyer, Hunter Seyer, Kacey Woods...
Fire (03/30/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: n At 3:56 p.m., emergency medical service in the 500 block of South Sprigg Street. n At 4:11 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1300 block of Brenda Kay Court. n At 4:35 p.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of South West End Boulevard...
Police (03/30/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department recently released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n Shannon M. Bedner, 35, of Perryville, Mo., was arrested on a Perry County warrant for insufficient funds. n Thomas P. Kockenkemper, 41, 2824 Themis St., Apt. 6, was arrested on a Cape Girardeau County warrant for misuse of 911...
out of the past (03/30/08)
25 years ago: March 30, 1983 The Cape Girardeau County Court has awarded a contract to Rickard Construction Co. of Cape Girardeau for construction of a new bridge on County Road 481, located about 2 1/2 miles north of Millersville; the old bridge was washed away in the flooding last December...
Spouses are often in denial about being in unhappy marriages (03/30/08)
Dear Dr. Dobson: Do you feel there is a kind of "blindness" that can occur when a victim of an affair denies the truth? I seemed to experience this when my husband was fooling around with my best friend. The affair went on for two years before I could acknowledge it. But why would I deny the truth? Why do victims "choose" to be blind?...
A great investment (03/30/08)
By Gary Forsee I recently completed a 35-year career in telecommunications that took me from the main streets of many Missouri communities to the canyons of Wall Street in search of good investment opportunities. Since I assumed the presidency of the University of Missouri, I have discovered a particular investment opportunity that is unique in its breadth and potential for large returns. It is an opportunity that promises to make every citizen a winner...
Reluctant heroes (03/30/08)
In all of the gloom and destruction of the flooding and other recent natural disasters, there is one particularly bright spot: all the individuals who pitched in to help those in need just because it was the right thing to do. For the most part these are reluctant heroes who do not seek any special attention. But goodness knows they deserve it...
Teaching is an art (03/30/08)
TEACHING credentials are superfluous to success in the classroom. Teaching is an art. Rent the movie "Teachers." You'll see. You either have it or you don't. Best writing WHILE BROWSING your Web site I came across Robert Hamblin's op-ed column about his experiences surrounding the events at Ole Miss during 1962 and the subsequent performance by Hal Holbrook in which he portrays Mark Twain. ...
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