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Frost possible tonight in Southeast Missouri (04/28/08)
The National Weather Service has all of Southeast Missouri and large areas of Southern Illinois under a frost advisory tonight. Strong high pressure near the surface will bring in near-freezing air to the area, with calm winds expected -- conditions that are conducive to frost formation, the weather service warns. Some areas may even drop below freezing...
Jackson Chamber of Commerce director dies (04/28/08)
The city of Jackson lost a valued civil servant Sunday when Marybeth Williams, executive director of the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, died at around 5 p.m. at Southeast Missouri Hospital. She was 55 years old. Friends of Williams said she had been in the hospital for around a week with pneumonia...
DNA from Lawless case not a match to Kezer (04/28/08)
DNA evidence collected in the 1992 homicide of Angela "Mischelle" Lawless has eliminated Joshua Kezer, the man convicted of the crime and currently serving a 60-year sentence at a maximum-security prison in Jefferson City, Mo, as a possible contributor for the blood and other physical evidence found at the scene...
Cape Comic Con draws about 900 enthusiasts (04/28/08)
Boba Fett paced at the entrance with his blaster rifle while a sand-colored Tusken Raider lurked around the tables of comic books and figurines inside the Southeast Missouri State University Rec Center South, where the Cape Comic Con 2008 was held this weekend...
Cape native wins awards at horse show (04/28/08)
FULTON, Mo. -- William Woods University horses and riders, including one participant from Cape Girardeau, took home awards from the Missouri Horse Shows Association 2007 awards presentation, recently held in Columbia, Mo. Morgan Williams of Cape Girardeau, an equestrian student at the university, was recognized for high point awards with her own horse...
Charity wine tasting, silent auction at Garden Gallery (04/28/08)
A wine tasting and silent auction will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Garden Gallery, 835 Broadway in Cape Girardeau. A percentage of proceeds will be donated to Court Appointed Special Advocates and the Safe House for Women. Donations will be taken at the door. For more information, call the Safe House at 335-7745 or CASA at 335-1726...
Parents Without Partners May schedule of events (04/28/08)
For more information, call 335-0797 or email capesemopwp@yahoo.com. n PWP will host a program in which Judy Frenzel will teach attendees how to play Triple at 7 p.m. May 9 at the Riverside Regional Library...
Angel Food Ministries accepting May orders (04/28/08)
The Church of Jesus Christ Angel Food Ministries, a program that offers food at a reduced cost, is accepting orders. All orders for the May 16 pick-up must be placed and paid for by May 5. For more information, call 573-204-7087 or 573-204-7761.
Israel festival to be at Carbondale Civic Center (04/28/08)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- The "Israel at 60" festival, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Southern Illinois, Southeast Missouri and Western Kentucky, will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Carbondale Civic Center. Activities include Israeli music, folk dancing, arts and crafts, Israeli films and the opportunity to purchase souvenirs and food. ...
Jackson postmaster reassigned to Cape (04/28/08)
Mike Heuschober, the postmaster of Jackson who was on administrative leave for more than a month during an investigation of unspecified rules violations, has been reassigned to duties in Cape Girardeau, a spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service said. Heuschober "accepted a reassignment to a supervisory position," said Richard Watkins, spokesman for the Mid America District of the postal service...
Fundraisers planned to benefit Kelso schools (04/28/08)
KELSO, Mo. -- Two fundraisers have been planned to help Kelso students go on a trip to Washington, D.C. The first is a sale of pork tenderloins. All orders must be received by Thursday. Orders can be picked up at 3:30 p.m. May 9. For more information, call Kim Burger at 545-3357 or e-mail kburger8@tnp.more.net. For the second fundraiser, students will be earning tips and a percentage of the sales at 4 p.m. May 19 at the Sikeston, Mo., Pizza Inn...
Kennett, Mo., teenager severely injured after beating (04/28/08)
KENNETT, Mo. -- A Kennett teenager was airlifted to a hospital in Memphis, Tenn., as a result of a beating that occurred Thursday night. According to the Kennett Police Department's report, a 911 call came in at 9:19 p.m., Thursday, with the caller reporting that a 16-year-old male had been severely beaten and needed immediate medical attention. ...
Cape Alternative Farmers' Market to open soon (04/28/08)
The Cape Alternative Farmers' Market will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesdays, April 30 to Aug. 27, at a new location, Arena Park. Missouri fruits, vegetables, beef, pork, eggs, fresh baked goods and goat milk soap will be available. For more information, call 334-0287...
Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary holds luncheon to present donation, award (04/28/08)
The Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary recently presented $165,000, the first installment of a $500,000 pledge, to Saint Francis president and chief executive officer Steven C. Bjelich at the annual Auxiliary and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon. The donation will be used for building a rooftop garden as part of the new combined Heart Hospital and Cancer Institute...
Cancer survivors find ways to help others (04/28/08)
Since 1999, Vic and Therese Pierce of Cape Girardeau have donated handmade items to the Southeast Hospital Pennies from Heaven auction. Pennies from Heaven began in 1994. The auction has raised $224,064 over 14 years, and proceeds are used for We Can Weekend and cancer programs. Last year, the auction's gross total was $26,126...
No plans to push Missouri voter ID issue this year (04/28/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding Indiana's photo identification law for voters should have no immediate effect on Missouri. Missouri's Republican-led government enacted a photo ID law similar to Indiana's in 2006. But the Missouri law was struck down that same year by the state Supreme Court...
Missouri's WIC switches to store brands amid rising food prices (04/28/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- In the wake of higher food prices and more Missourians needing help, a federally-funded program to help women and children is switching to store-brand foods. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services' Bureau of Women's, Infants and Children and Nutrition Services Monday announced changes to the WIC food list...
Mo. lawmakers to boost youth anti-tobacco spending (04/28/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Budget writers approve a fivehold increase in the amount of money going to Missouri's anti-tobacco efforts for young people. This year, the state is spending less than $300,000 on programs intended to prevent youths from smoking. All of that money came from the federal government...
Pacific aldermen consider buyout steps (04/28/08)
PACIFIC, Mo. (AP) -- The mayor of Pacific is asking the Board of Aldermen to approve plans for a federal buyout of flood-prone properties in the eastern Missouri town. Mayor Herbert Adams hosted a town hall meeting last week to discuss a levee, buyouts or other options...
MOHELA allowed to offer own loans (04/28/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The state higher education loan authority would be allowed to originate loans directly to students under legislation headed to the governor. The bill allows the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to offer federal Stafford loans, but not more than 10 percent of the total federal loans given to Missouri students. Last year, about $200 million was issued for federal loans in Missouri...
Nixon announces plan to make college more affordable (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Attorney General Jay Nixon on Monday announced a higher education plan that he says would provide a way for middle-class Missouri students to earn a four-year degree tuition-free. Nixon, a Democratic candidate for governor, said his Missouri Promise plan would create a path to a four-year degree for students who satisfy certain academic, community service and financial need requirements...
St. Louis jail killing raises inmate safety concerns (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- An investigation was under way Monday into the death of an inmate at a St. Louis jail, allegedly by a homeless man who share his cell. Police said homicide detectives were called to the St. Louis Justice Center around 8 p.m. Saturday to investigate a murder. A 31-year-old, Robert Francis, allegedly strangled his 49-year-old cell mate, Michael Stevens, who was pronounced dead on arrival at an area hospital...
Descendants of slaves, slave owners gather to save cemetery (04/28/08)
PLATTE CITY, Mo. -- Descendants of slave owners and descendants of slaves gathered to preserve history and make sure the final resting place of their ancestors remains undisturbed. Brought together by a proposed relocation of several homestead cemeteries on Kansas City International Airport property, those descendants held a 90-minute ceremony Saturday at the Miller-Rixey cemetery, one of the gravesites that was targeted for relocation...
Inmate killed in St. Louis jail (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Police are investigating an alleged murder in the St. Louis city jail. KSDK News reports that a 31-year-old inmate strangled a 52-year-old inmate Saturday night. Police say the two men were inside a cell when they began to fight before the killing...
St. Louis golf club worker killed on job (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- A 22-year-old man has died after a trailer fell on top of him at a St. Louis golf course where he worked. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the man was driving a small utility vehicle about 9 a.m. Saturday at Quail Creek Golf Club when he ran into a fifth-wheel trailer that had been lifted on a jack...
Ethanol mandate divides Mo. corn, livestock producers (04/28/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A newly implemented ethanol mandate coupled with rising livestock feed prices is dividing Missouri's farmers. It pits corn farmers, who are getting record prices for their grain, against livestock producers, who are struggling to feed their herds...
Ballpark funeral held in Ohio for soldier who had been abducted by insurgents (04/28/08)
CINCINNATI -- Military workers and supporters from across the country joined in memorials Sunday for a slain Army reservist who had become a poignant picture of the war in Iraq after he was captured by insurgents. Officials estimated that about 10,000 people walked past Staff Sgt. ...
Police won't say if driver in crash still being questioned (04/28/08)
CHICAGO -- Chicago police are releasing few details about their investigation into a fatal crash of a semitrailer that ran into a Chicago Transit Authority train station. Two pedestrians were killed in the Friday evening accident. The 51-year-old truck driver was briefly hospitalized after his truck careened off an expressway. After his release, he was led away by police in handcuffs...
Missouri towns struggle to collect traffic-light camera fines (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Red-light traffic cameras have generated a steady stream of revenue for cities in the St. Louis area as motorists caught running red lights pay fines of $100 per violation. But cities that installed the cameras are finding it's not so easy to collect from those who refuse to pay the tickets...
Few states let overseas troops vote by e-mail (04/28/08)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan can speak to their families by Web camera and fight insurgents using sophisticated electronic warfare. Yet when it comes to voting, most troops are stuck in the past. Communities in 13 states will send overseas troops presidential election ballots by e-mail this year, and districts in at least seven states will also let them return completed ballots over the Internet, according to data compiled by The Associated Press and the Overseas Vote Foundation.. ...
Justice Dept. signals flexibility on interrogation (04/28/08)
WASHINGTON -- CIA interrogation techniques otherwise prohibited by international law might be legal in the face of an impending terrorist attack, the Justice Department says in letters to Capitol Hill. The letters show that the Bush administration is taking the position that it has latitude in dealing with restrictions from the Supreme Court and Congress designed to limit how far interrogators can go...
U.S. targets China, Russia, 7 other nations on copyrights (04/28/08)
WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration is accusing China, Russia and seven other nations of failing to protect American producers of movies, computer software and other copyrighted material from widespread piracy. The administration on Friday placed the nine countries on a "priority watch list" that will subject them to extra scrutiny and could eventually lead to economic sanctions -- if the administration decides to pursue complaints before the World Trade Organization...
To stave off terrorism, government issues boater safety strategy (04/28/08)
WASHINGTON -- As boating season approaches, the Bush administration wants to enlist the country's 80 million recreational boaters to help reduce the chances that a small boat could deliver a nuclear or radiological bomb somewhere along the country's 95,000 miles of coastline and inland waterways...
Hundreds flee early wildfire in foothills near Los Angeles (04/28/08)
SIERRA MADRE, Calif. -- An early season wildfire slowly chewed its way through dense brush near Los Angeles on Sunday, forcing more than 1,000 people from homes in the foothills. More than 400 firefighters attacked the 400-acre fire, aided by two helicopters and water-dropping air tankers, said Elisa Weaver of the Arcadia Fire Department. Residents evacuated at least 550 homes Saturday night and Sunday, but none had burned...
Wolves face new pressure from hunters (04/28/08)
BILLINGS, Mont. -- Tony Saunders stalked his prey for 35 miles by snowmobile through western Wyoming's Hoback Basin, finally reaching a clearing where he took out a .270-caliber rifle and shot the wolf twice from 30 yards away. Gray wolves in the Northern Rockies have been taken off the endangered species list and are being hunted freely for the first time since they were placed on that list three decades ago, and nowhere is that hunting easier than Wyoming...
Choir director tries prayer to drop gas prices (04/28/08)
SAN FRANCISCO -- A choir director who hopes prayer can bring down high gas prices is trying out his approach at some of the costliest pumps in the country. Rocky Twyman of Washington, D.C., came to San Francisco over the weekend to stage a pray-in at a Chevron station...
Three killed in militant attack on Afghanistan's president (04/28/08)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Militants firing rockets and automatic rifles attacked the Afghan president at a ceremony in Kabul on Sunday, missing their target but killing three and wounding eight others. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the assault that sent President Hamid Karzai and foreign ambassadors running for cover, underscoring the fragile grip of his U.S.-backed government...
Bloggers offer world glimpse of uncensored Cuba (04/28/08)
HAVANA -- Only a month has passed since ordinary Cubans won the right to own computers, and the government still keeps a rigid grip on Internet access. But that hasn't stopped thousands from finding their way into cyberspace. And a daring few post candid blogs about life in the communist-run country that have garnered international audiences...
Clashes break out during torch relay in South Korea (04/28/08)
SEOUL, South Korea -- Chinese students clashed with anti-Beijing demonstrators at the Olympic torch relay Sunday in Seoul, throwing rocks and punches at the latest stop on the flame's troubled round-the-world journey. A North Korean defector tried to set himself on fire to halt the relay, where thousands of police guarded the flame from protesters blasting China's treatment of North Korean refugees...
Austrian woman says father held her in cellar for 24 years, raped her (04/28/08)
VIENNA, Austria -- Police have found a woman missing since 1984, who told authorities that her father had kept her in a cellar for almost 24 years and that she had given birth to at least six children after being repeatedly raped by him. The 73-year-old father was taken into custody, said Franz Polzer, head of the Lower Austrian Bureau of Criminal Affairs, on Sunday...
Glaus erupts for first HR as Cards defeat Astros (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Troy Glaus got his first homer and curtain call with St. Louis on Sunday. Not bad for someone getting over pink eye. Glaus and Albert Pujols went deep to lead the Cardinals to a 5-1 victory over the Houston Astros. Glaus, who was acquired in an offseason trade that sent Scott Rolen to Toronto, entered the game leading the major leagues with the most RBIs without a home run. ...
Pobst fires one-hitter to lead Oran to Stoutland crown (04/28/08)
The Oran High School baseball team continued its impressive season Sunday with a tournament championship. Oran knocked off host Stoutland 3-0 to win a battle between perennial Class 1 state powers. The Eagles, who posted a pair of tournament victories Saturday, improved their record to 15-1...
Redhawks salvage final game against Austin Peay (04/28/08)
On a weekend when most of Southeast Missouri State's pitchers struggled, Lance Rhodes emerged unscathed. Good thing for the Redhawks, who were bailed out by Rhodes on Sunday as they avoided being swept in an Ohio Valley Conference home series. Rhodes settled down a wild affair with five scoreless innings, helping Southeast slip past Austin Peay 10-9...
Southeast softball falls to UTM, faces possibility of missing tourney (04/28/08)
The Southeast Missouri State softball team saw its hopes of making the Ohio Valley Conference tournament take a hit Sunday. Southeast dropped the rubber match of a three-game home series with Tennessee-Martin 7-5 as the Skyhawks scored all their runs in the fourth inning...
Holloman plays spring game despite ineligibility (04/28/08)
Those who wanted to see Timmy Holloman scampering around Houck Stadium again had their chance Saturday afternoon. Holloman carried seven times in Southeast Missouri State's spring game, his first action in public since he was ruled ineligible by the NCAA following the Redhawks' fifth game of 2007, a Sept. 29 loss to Eastern Illinois...
Scott holes 48-foot putt in playoff to win Nelson title (04/28/08)
Adam Scott made a 9-foot birdie putt on No. 18 to force a playoff, then made a 48-footer playing it again on the third playoff hole Sunday to beat Ryan Moore in the EDS Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas. Playing the 18th hole for the third time in less than an hour, and the second time in the playoff, Scott hit his tee shot into a fairway bunker to the right. ...
Kyle Busch records his first Talladega win (04/28/08)
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- This time, the crash happened behind Kyle Busch. Instead of leaving Talladega Superspeedway with a smashed-up car, he drove into Victory Lane. The kid who couldn't conquer Talladega finally won at the harrowing track Sunday, and in this breakout season for Busch, it was only fitting that he coasted to the victory...
Casper, Tuineau go undrafted, but hope to get shot at NFL (04/28/08)
Former Southeast Missouri State football players Joseph Tuineau and Adam Casper were not taken in the NFL draft conducted over the weekend. No surprise there, since each was considered a longshot to be selected. But Tuineau and Casper, who completed their eligibility with the Redhawks in 2007, are still hoping to have a chance to play at football's highest level...
St. Louis moves up on second day of draft (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams were in a dealing mood on the second day of the NFL draft Sunday, using later picks as bargaining chips to move up and take prospects in the fourth and fifth rounds. "It's not something you go in saying 'We have to do something' for the sake of doing it," player personnel director Billy Devaney said. "As the draft unfolds, that's going to dictate what your approach is going to be."...
High notes and sights of Jazz Fest (04/28/08)
NEW ORLEANS — The crowds that are usually jammed in almost hip-to-hip for each day's closing acts at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival were much smaller Sunday. A second day of heavy rain did the thinning, leaving muddy, soggy, but apparently happy groups in front of the festival stages for the final acts...
Ex-inmate steps from prison to professional stage (04/28/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Tim Norman is thrilled. He should be. The policeman has his first role in a professional play. Many actors consider that a treasured memory. For 28-year-old Norman, it's even more: It's his first role in a play in which all the actors got to go home after the show...
'Baby Mama' delivers $18.3 million at weekend box office (04/28/08)
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "Baby Mama," Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's comedy about surrogate motherhood, delivered the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office with $18.3 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday. The Universal Pictures laugher starring the "Saturday Night Live" duo crawled past Warner Bros.' "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay," the goofy stoner flick that opened at No. 2 with $14.6 million...
Strike threat boosts movie production (04/28/08)
LOS ANGELES -- Feature film production in the Los Angeles area jumped 11 percent in the first three months of the year as studios moved to get ahead of a possible actors strike. FilmL.A. Inc., an agency that tracks on-location filming, said the increase came in comparison to the first quarter of 2007...
Cape Girardeau Chamber to hold spa's ribbon-cutting today (04/28/08)
The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a ribbon-cutting at 11:30 a.m. today for Belldona Salon, Spa and Boutique, 201 N. Mount Auburn Rd. — From staff reports
People on the move 4/28/08 (04/28/08)
Ellis receives Realtors board annual award The Cape Girardeau County Board of Realtors left a name off their list of annual award winners, published in this space two weeks ago. Karen Ellis of Coldwell Banker Professional Associates in Perryville received a summit unassisted award for 2007...
Businesses forced to change policies for bad checks (04/28/08)
Lois Burgess, administrator of Cape Girardeau County's Bad Check Unit, thought the number of bounced checks arriving in her office had dropped. Then she checked the figures. Between Jan. 1 and March 31 this year, her office processed 688 bad checks. Most were the result of insufficient funds; a few were written on closed accounts. In the first quarter of 2007, her office processed 610 bad checks...
Betty Chapman (04/28/08)
Betty J. Chapman, 77, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Bill Kitchen (04/28/08)
Bill Roy Kitchen, 89, of Glenallen, Mo., died Saturday, April 26, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born April 20, 1919, in Glenallen, son of Otto C. and Blanche D. Sample Kitchen. He and Florence "Cricket" Vance Kitchen were married May 24, 1941...
Elma Gourley (04/28/08)
Elma Arbutus Gourley, 83, of Chesterfield, Mo., died Friday, April 25, 2008, at Garden View Care Center in Chesterfield. She was born June 15, 1924, in Supply, Ark., daughter of the Rev. Albert Jesse and Zella R. Pierce Johnson. She and the Rev. John Gourley were married Nov. 8, 1940, in Corning, Ark. He died Sept. 9, 2001...
Ray Dillingham (04/28/08)
Ray E. Dillingham, 85, of Jackson passed away Sunday, April 27, 2008, at the Jackson Manor Nursing Home in Jackson. He was born July 21, 1922, in Egypt Mills, Mo., son of Jess and Valina Lueder Dillingham. He and Ruth Alene Keller were married March 29, 1952, at Trinity Lutheran Church at Egypt Mills...
Max Neville (04/28/08)
Max T. Neville, 100, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, April 26, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. He was born Dec. 18, 1907, in Sims, Ill., son of Emory and Elizabeth Finley Neville, the second youngest of nine children. He and Adella (Damron) Neville were married in 1934 in Cape Girardeau. She died Oct. 8, 1977...
Fire reports 4/28/08 (04/28/08)
Cape Girardeau Fire Department Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday: n At 5:36 p.m., emergency medical service at Minnesota Avenue and Bloomfield Street. n At 8:02 p.m., emergency medical service in the 500 block of East Cape Rock Drive...
Police reports 4/28/08 (04/28/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department reported the following incidents. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n A man is in custody pending formal charges for an assault on emergency medical service personnel...
Out of the past 4/28/08 (04/28/08)
25 years ago: April 28, 1983 Starting next year, there will be many more parking spaces available for Southeast Missouri State University students and employees on city streets; the board of regents votes to discontinue the school's policy of enforcing parking regulations within six blocks of the campus, thereby lifting the university's ban on student and staff parking on city streets...
County Commission gets organized (04/28/08)
Cape Girardeau County commissioners have been busy lately. Four closed meetings in recent weeks aside, the board has made some public decisions at Thursday's meeting. The commissioners approved Jackson's assistant fire chief, Randy Davis, to replace the recently retired Les Crump on the county's 911 advisory board...
New African-American community newspaper in Cape (04/28/08)
A new publication hit the streets of Cape Girardeau this month. Now, I normally would avoid telling people about a potential advertising competitor to this fine newspaper, but the "The Crossroad" is only publishing once a month, which means the small staff have to stretch to beat the Southeast Missourian on news coverage and time-sensitive advertising...
Voter ID: Fraud prevention, or a modern-day poll tax? (04/28/08)
By Thomas M. Fisher In 2005, Indiana's legislature required voters to show a current, government-issued photo ID at the polls in order to be allowed to vote. In so doing, the legislature hoped to solve two problems: the long-developing problem of voter-list inflation and the fulfillment of the U.S. Supreme Court's desire to modernize elections...
Ready for the worst (04/28/08)
We've had a lot of wake-up calls lately. First the ice storms reminded us what life is like without electricity. They also shed light on some inefficiencies, both on private and public levels, of how we should handle our affairs when the lights and the heat go out. The ice taught us how to cooperate and take care of one another...
Speak Out 4/28/08 (04/28/08)
Get it done MARGARET THATCHER once said, "In politics, if you want someone to make a speech, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman." Schooling and rent SOMEONE PLEASE reveal to me how people are supposed to pay high rent? Don't you feel the pinch in the grocery stores and at the pump? I know I do. ...
Kelso student wins MoDOT contest (04/28/08)
Kelso Care A Lot Learning Center student Caleb LeGrand won a MoDOT contest for National Work Zone Awareness Week. LeGrand won with his artwork created to explain the importance of work zone safety.
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