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Deadly fire intentionally set, investigators say (04/29/08)
Investigators have determined that a fire at an apartment building at 203 S. Pacific St., was intentionally set. The blaze, which occurred around 3;30 a.m. Tuesday, claimed the life of George E. Robinson, 42, of Cape Girardeau. The cause of death was ruled as smoke inhalation, said Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton...
MoDOT to work on roads in Cape, Scott, New Madrid counties (04/29/08)
A section of Highway B in Cape Girardeau County will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday while MoDOT crews replace drainage pipe beneath the road, according to a news release from the transportation agency.The section is located eight-tenths of a mile north of Highway 72, between county roads 462 and 469.A section of U.S. ...
Only 31 in Cape County signed up for flood insurance since March 18 (04/29/08)
Since heavy rains hit the region March 18, 629 people in Cape Girardeau County have asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency for help to move, repair their homes or to cover other expenses caused by the disaster. But only 31 flood insurance claims have been filed...
Cape man victim of Tuesday fire (04/29/08)
George E. Robinson, 42, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday morning at a fire that engulfed his residence at S. Pacific St., according to Ford & Sons Funeral Home. The Cape Girardeau-Bollinger Major Case Squad, a Cape Girardeau arson team, state and local fire marshals, and agents from the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms continue to investigate the suspicious fire, and two other blazes that police believe were set overnight...
String of three suspicious fires early today brings total to 19 since April 2005 (04/29/08)
Police and firefighters are investigating multiple fires that broke out in the city overnight, including one fatality, according Sgt. Barry Hovis, spokesman for the Cape Girardeau police department. The fatal fire occurred at 203 S. Pacific St. The first officers to arrive on the scene received the call around 3:30 a.m., Hovis said...
County coroners have variety of duties for little pay (04/29/08)
Coroners have jobs that commonly evoke images of gleaming labs, high-tech equipment and complex, cutting-edge procedures to solve crimes within an hour. Such images — generated and fueled by television shows like "CSI," "Cold Case" and tru TV programs — couldn't be farther from the truth in Southeast Missouri where counties haven't established a medical examiner...
Perry County checkpoint leads to drug citations (04/29/08)
On April 20, the Perry County Sheriff's Department conducted a checkpoint at Interstate 55 and Route M. Thirteen citations were issued for misdemeanor drug possession violation's, 12 misdemeanor citations for possession of drug paraphernalia and one arrest for felony possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), according to a news release from the sheriff's department. ...
Strange light seen in the sky Saturday night (04/29/08)
If you saw a strange light over Southeast Missouri on Saturday night, you're not alone, and it probably wasn't an alien spaceship. Several people in Cape Girardeau reported seeing a strange light in the sky — with colors ranging from blue to green to orange — Saturday night around 8 or 9 p.m. Those who saw the light said it changed colors in its path across the sky, then appeared to split and disappear...
Organizations encouraged to seek FEMA funding for local programs (04/29/08)
The United Way of Southeast Missouri is encouraging local service organizations that provide food and shelter to apply for federal emergency management agency funding. Cape Girardeau County received $35,661 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area for 2008...
Correction: Cape Girardeau Chamber to hold spa's ribbon-cutting Tuesday (04/29/08)
The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a ribbon-cutting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday for Belldona Salon, Spa and Boutique, 201 N. Mount Auburn Rd. The wrong day was published in Monday's Southeast Missourian.
Mississippi River ferry faces high water, costs (04/29/08)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The Mississippi River is finally going down, but the costs of running the Dorena-Hickman Ferry will probably never drop. Early this week, Mississippi County Port Authority Board members hope to announce a funding solution as well as when -- or if -- the ferry will be back in operation...
Purcell worried Sunshine Law was violated (04/29/08)
Cape Girardeau County Associate Commissioner Jay Purcell wrote an e-mail to his colleagues saying the commission didn't have the authority to hold a closed meeting April 17 when members pressed Auditor David Ludwig to resign. The legality of the meeting was one of the Sunshine Law issues Purcell raised in two e-mails addressed to commission assistant Donna Oldham and included in the public records of Monday's regular commission meeting. ...
Dexter, Mo., man killed in one-vehicle crash (04/29/08)
DEXTER, Mo. — A 36-year-old Dexter man died in a one-vehicle accident Sunday night, one mile north of Dexter on Route AD, the Dexter Daily Statesman reported. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, James Aaron Rogers apparently failed to negotiate a curve as he was northbound on AD. ...
Cape school board picks Chaffee principal for job (04/29/08)
Neil Glass will serve as director of administrative services for the Cape Girardeau School District next year. The school board selected Glass in closed session last week. Glass replaces Patrick Morgan, whose resignation was approved by the board Feb. ...
Police look into possible homicide in Kennett, Mo. (04/29/08)
KENNETT, Mo. -- According to a statement released by assistant police chief Steve Williams, police responded to an apparent homicide at 2:20 p.m. Sunday at 226 W. Ninth St. When police arrived at the scene, according to the statement, they were told that family members had found the body an unresponsive woman, whose name had not been released as of 7:30 a.m. Monday...
Boys & Girls Club director's first month 'all about business' (04/29/08)
After being on the job a month, Luther R. Bonds admits his new job "hasn't been too much fun." As the new director of the Boys & Girls Club of Cape Girardeau, he has spent the majority of April studying financial reports and grants, completing training and transitioning into his role...
Sugarland was sellout for Show Me Center (04/29/08)
Modern country band Sugarland scored a sellout Friday night at the Show Me Center in their concert with fellow country act Little Big Town, according to a Show Me Center news release. According to the news release, 5,445 people attended the concert. The release said the crowd was "one of the loudest crowds ever at the Show Me Center." The arena will next host the Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus on Saturday and Sunday...
Two Sikeston residents dead after Sunday crash (04/29/08)
NEW MADRID, Mo. — An early Sunday morning accident left two Sikeston, Mo., residents dead and another seriously injured, the Sikeston Standard-Democrat reported. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred around 2:30 a.m. ...
Thefts from vehicles reported in Jackson (04/29/08)
Jackson police reported four thefts in the city, and they say they think the crimes were related. Lt. Rodney Barnes said the reports were vehicle break-ins, and that the crimes were likely committed by the same individual or individuals. "It's that time of year again when you start seeing a spike in those types of crimes," he said. ...
O'Fallon police offer real estate agent safety training (04/29/08)
O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) -- A suburban St. Louis police department is holding a safety seminar for local real estate agents after three agents in the area were attacked. KSDK reports that the O'Fallon event will be open to the public. In February, two leasing agents were assaulted in O'Fallon. Last March, a St. Charles County real estate agent was assaulted by a man while showing him a home...
Bill blocks work-release inmates from being Mo. employees (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Lawmakers in the House want to overturn a state Supreme Court ruling finding that prison inmates can be considered state employees when they're doing work for the state. Hortense Cain, an inmate at a state prison in Vandalia, was injured when a tree cut down by another inmate fell on her. ...
Springfield police: Man tries to shoplift while girlfriend applies for work (04/29/08)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- Springfield police say a man tried to steal T-shirts from a store while his girlfriend was in another part of the business applying for a job. Police said Monday that the 22-year-old was arrested on suspicion of stealing and second-degree child endangerment. Investigators said the suspect had been watching the woman's 8-month-old son and dropped the child when employees of Kohl's tried to hold him for police...
Mo. car buyers could face limits on lawsuits (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Car buyers who believe they have been stuck with a lemon could face new restrictions on whom they can sue. The Senate gave final approval Tuesday to legislation prohibiting some lawsuits against wholesalers who supply vehicles to retail dealerships. Under the bill, consumers would be able to sue only the dealership from which they directly purchased their vehicles...
Kansas City man gets 25-year sentence for 1985 murder (04/29/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A Kansas City man has received a 25-year sentence after pleading guilty to a 1985 murder. Jackson County Judge Jay Daughtery handed down the sentence Wednesday to Sidney W. Slaughter, who had pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of second-degree murder...
FEMA declines Illinois' plea for disaster help (04/29/08)
UNDATED (AP) -- There'll be no federal help for victims of last month's flooding in 15 southern Illinois counties. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has turned down the state's request for loans and grants for people and businesses affected by the floods...
Missouri budget to continue Amtrak trains (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Amtrak gets the money to keep two passenger trains chugging back and forth across Missouri. House and Senate budget negotiators agreed Tuesday to provide $8 million in subsidies for the twice daily trains that run between St. Louis and Kansas City with several stops in between...
Mo. first ladies start campaign to restore Governor's Mansion (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's past and present first ladies are launching a fundraising effort to refurbish the Governor's Mansion. First lady Melanie Blunt was joined Monday by former first ladies Lori Holden and Betty Hearnes, of Charleston, Mo., in announcing a capital campaign for Missouri Mansion Preservation Inc...
Insure Missouri program cut from budget (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Spending for Gov. Matt Blunt's "Insure Missouri" program got eliminated from the budget Monday night by legislative negotiators, ensuring a second setback for the governor who had first planned to start the program this spring, then set his sights for summer...
Branson sticks to strengths in recession (04/29/08)
BRANSON, Mo. -- "Stick to what you know" could be the motto for Branson this year as the Ozark resort town focuses on its wholesome country, pop music and family entertainment roots, plus recent upgrades in shopping and hotels, to ride out the national economic downturn...
Inmate safety concerns raised after man allegedly strangles cellmate (04/29/08)
ST. LOUIS -- An investigation was underway Monday into the death of an inmate at a St. Louis jail, allegedly by a homeless man who shared his cell. Police said homicide detectives were called to the St. Louis Justice Center about 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...
Lawmakers to boost youth anti-tobacco spending (04/29/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's anti-tobacco efforts for young people could get a threefold increase in money under a deal struck Monday by legislative budget writers. Missouri has long ranked near the bottom nationally for the amount of money it spends on tobacco prevention programs. Meanwhile, its smoking rate generally has ranked among the highest in the nation...
Skeleton of gator to go on display (04/29/08)
WAYCROSS, Ga. -- The most famous resident of Okefenokee Swamp Park -- an alligator that attracted the stares of tourists for decades -- will soon be immortalized nearly a year after his death. The skeleton of Oscar is being assembled and will be put on display like a museum dinosaur. The 14-foot, 1,000-pound alligator had roamed the swamp from the time the park opened in 1946...
Three tornadoes rip through Va.; hundreds hurt, no deaths reported (04/29/08)
SUFFOLK, Va. -- Three tornadoes ripped through Virginia on Monday, with one hopscotching across the southeastern part of the state and leaving behind a 25-mile trail of gutted homes, tossed cars and more than 200 injured residents. Residents of some of the hardest hit neighborhoods in this town outside Norfolk were forced to evacuate their homes, with buses taking them to nearby shelters. Police closed roads, steering people away from streets with downed power lines...
Poll: Clinton fares better against McCain (04/29/08)
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Rodham Clinton now leads John McCain by 9 points in a head-to-head presidential matchup, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll that bolsters her argument that she is more electable than Democratic rival Barack Obama. Obama and Republican McCain are running about even...
Supreme Court upholds photo ID law for voters in Indiana (04/29/08)
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states can require voters to produce photo identification without violating their constitutional rights, validating Republican-inspired voter ID laws. In a splintered 6-3 ruling, the court upheld Indiana's strict photo ID requirement, which Democrats and civil rights groups said would deter poor, older and minority voters from casting ballots. Its backers said it was needed to deter fraud...
Its future uncertain, barrier on the border going up quickly (04/29/08)
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. fence along the Mexican border is less a wall than a stuttering set of blockades: half barrier, half gaps. Americans are split pretty much the same way: half in favor, half against, passionate on both sides when it comes to the idea of erecting a wall to keep people from entering the country illegally...
Americans stock up on Forever Stamps (04/29/08)
WASHINGTON -- With a postal rate increase just two weeks away, Americans are buying 30 million Forever Stamps a day. The cost of sending a first-class letter will rise a penny to 42 cents May 12, but the Forever Stamps -- currently selling for 41 cents -- will remain valid for full postage after the increase...
Rebates start landing in bank accounts, but effect uncertain (04/29/08)
NEW YORK -- Tax rebates have begun dropping into bank accounts, but in this economy, gas and groceries may trump a high-end TV, a fancy dress or a new sofa -- making the checks less of an economic jump-start than the government hoped for. The first direct deposits from the Internal Revenue Service landed in bank accounts Monday, and shoppers were already using the cash to play catch-up on the basics, such as milk and other groceries...
Four U.S. soldiers killed; militants shell Green Zone (04/29/08)
BAGHDAD -- Bombardments by suspected militants killed four U.S. soldiers Monday as troops tried to push Shiite fighters farther from the U.S.-protected Green Zone and out of range of their rockets and mortars. At least 44 American soldiers have been killed in Iraq in April, making it the deadliest month for U.S. forces since September...
Police: Austrian children, locked in cellar by father/grandfather, never saw sunlight (04/29/08)
AMSTETTEN, Austria -- The children locked in the basement never saw the light of day for years. A retired electrician has confessed to imprisoning his daughter for 24 years and fathering seven children with her in a windowless cell sealed by an electronic keyless-entry system, police said Monday...
Shawnee hands 10-0 loss to Saxony (04/29/08)
Host Shawnee, Ill., used a big fifth inning to hand visiting Saxony Lutheran a 10-0 baseball loss on Monday. Saxony made four errors in the decisive frame, when Shawnee scored seven runs. The game, which was scorelss into the bottom of the fourth, ended after six innings with the mercy rule...
ND flexes muscles at SEMO Central meet (04/29/08)
Not long ago, the Notre Dame boys track and field team was getting pushed around in the field events. That's hardly the case these days, as the Bulldogs can flex their muscles in shot put and discus as well as any team in the area. They had first-place finishes in those events as well as the pole vault and eight races on the track Monday en route to a dominating win in the SEMO Central Conference track meet at Notre Dame...
Central wins SEMO Conference baseball tournament (04/29/08)
Central shortstop Blake Smith committed two errors in the first three innings of the SEMO Conference tournament title game Monday night against Notre Dame. Smith, however, turned a bad day at the ballpark into a good one, with one big hit in the fifth inning...
Top-seeded Dexter rallies past Jackson to take third (04/29/08)
Dexter High School baseball coach Brian Becker believes the 2008 Bearcats are among the most resilient teams he has ever coached. That's why Becker said he was not surprised that the Bearcats staged two late rallies Monday night to claim third place in the SEMO Conference tournament...
Area digest 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
Crossen fires hole in one at Dalhousie Golf Club Clay Crosson recorded a hole in one Saturday at No. 5 at Dalhousie Golf Club. Crosson used a 7-iron to ace the 160-yard hole. Witnesses were Steve Limbaugh, Lyle Davis and Terry Boese. Todt cards first ace at Dalhousie Golf Club...
Cardinals drop first meeting with Reds (04/29/08)
ST. LOUIS -- In an effort to stop getting hit so much, Bronson Arroyo hit the pool. Arroyo worked six solid innings, his best start of the year, in the Cincinnati Reds' 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night. He believes adding an early morning swim to his routine has restored the zip to his fastball...
Riley resigns after Heat post NBA's worst record at 15-67 (04/29/08)
MIAMI -- Pat Riley's worst season as coach of the Miami Heat will be his last. The Hall of Famer resigned as coach Monday but remains team president. Erik Spoelstra, a 37-year-old assistant, will replace Riley on the bench and become the NBA's youngest current coach. Spoelstra has never been a head coach at any level outside the NBA's summer league...
Review: `Iron Man' a blockbuster with a brain (04/29/08)
AP Movie Critic Much of the allure of "Iron Man" comes from the fact that we are indeed talking about a man -- a real man who has lived a life and made mistakes and experienced regret -- not some scrawny, teenage boy who received his superhero powers through a bite from a radioactive spider...
Medieval Spanish altarpiece on view at Dallas museum (04/29/08)
DALLAS -- Some modern detective work has brought new insight into a collection of 15th-century panels that once adorned a church altar in Spain. Scientific analysis of the medieval panels painted between 1480 and 1500 for the cathedral of Ciudad Rodrigo has not only revealed underdrawings hidden for around 500 years, but has also elevated the status of an artist who worked on the panels...
Miley Cyrus embarrassed by 'Vanity Fair' photo spread (04/29/08)
LOS ANGELES — Miley Cyrus is taking issue with a photo of herself that's going around, and it's not another amateur, truth-or-dare Internet snapshot — it's the handiwork of Annie Leibovitz. "I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be 'artistic' and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed," Cyrus said Sunday in a statement through her publicist. ...
Stocks finish little changed ahead of Fed rate meeting (04/29/08)
NEW YORK -- Wall Street finished little changed Monday as investors turned cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, which starts today. Stocks advanced for most of the session, then pulled back in the final minutes of trading...
Warren Buffett to finance Mars' purchase of Wrigley (04/29/08)
CHICAGO -- The Oracle of Omaha is betting that the country's candy jar is recession-proof. With financing from Warren Buffett, candy maker Mars Inc. on Monday said it is buying confectioner Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. for an estimated $23 billion in cash. The deal would marry brands that sweet-toothed Americans have munched on for decades: Mars owns Snickers and M&Ms; Wrigley's gum brands include Juicy Fruit, Orbit, Extra and Big Red...
Stressed out? Turmoil takes a toll on diet, exercise routine (04/29/08)
NEW YORK Breakfast is Diet Pepsi and two packets of M&M's. For lunch, macaroons and white chocolates filled with marzipan from the farmer's market near Wall Street. After learning her job would be cut this summer, Kelly Daly started reaching more frequently for the soothing effects of sugar...
Health calendar 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
BLOOD DRIVE Wednesday n Cape Girardeau Central High School, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CALENDAR Friday n Educational programs for seniors: 9 to 10 a.m. in meeting room 106 of Southeast Missouri Hospital. The hospital and the APPLE Paperwork Service present four educational programs for senior citizens. The topics will be Medicare Advantage Plans. Free. To register, call 651-5825...
Love, marriage and intimacy (04/29/08)
If you live long enough, you kind of figure out that lust, love and marriage might be three different experiences. Think of it this way: Love is when nobody else matters; lust is when nobody else knows; and marriage is when everybody else matters and you don't care who knows...
Floyd Jones (04/29/08)
WASHINGTON, Utah — Floyd R. Jones, 88, of Washington died Wednesday, April 23, 2008, at his home. He was born Nov. 7, 1919, in Cape Girardeau, son of John H. and Hattie Ramsey Jones. He and Mary Helen McNerlin were married Oct. 29, 1988, in Reno, Nev...
Lillian Harmon (04/29/08)
Lillian Harmon, 88, of Scott City died Monday, April 28, 2008, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete with Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City.
Bernice Wilson (04/29/08)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. — Bernice G. Wilson, 86, of St. Charles died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at Charlevoix Healthcare Center in St. Charles. She was born Oct. 24, 1921, in Bollinger County, Mo., daughter of John and Emma Borders Richards. Wilson retired from Vac-Tec in St. Louis. She was a member of the Church on the Rock in St. Charles...
Kenneth Cissell (04/29/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. — Kenneth L. Cissell, 53, of Perryville died Sunday, April 27, 2008, in Perry County. He was born Nov. 9, 1954, in Perry County, son of Claude and Pearl Doll Cissell. Cissell was a farmer. He was a member of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church at Silver Lake, Mo...
John Leming (04/29/08)
DALLAS — John Edward Leming, 80, of Dallas died Friday, April 25, 2008, in Farmers Branch, Texas. He was born Sept. 24, 1927, in Cape Girardeau, son of Wallace and Frances Leming. Leming was a longtime employee of the Dallas Morning News, an avid model railroader and a member of Episcopal Chapter of The Good Shepherd and the National Model Railroad Association...
Betty Chapman (04/29/08)
Betty J. "Inky" Chapman, 77, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. She was born May 12, 1930, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Frank and Yvetta Hunt Reed. She and John Raymond Chapman were married Dec. 16, 1949, in Cape Girardeau. He died Dec. 28, 1994...
Fire reports 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
Jackson Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday: n Emergency medical service on Primrose Lane. n An alarm on North Missouri Street. Firefighters responded to the following call Monday:...
Police reports 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n Reginald B. Johnson, 26, 2841 Themis St., Apt. 1, was arrested on two Cape Girardeau warrants for failure to appear for improper registration and seat belt...
Out of the past 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
25 years ago: April 29, 1983 Area disaster agencies are closely monitoring rivers and steams as a vast storm system moves in before dawn; some flash flooding occurs west of Cape Girardeau, and flooding on some county streams appears imminent. Two Jackson banking organizations have filed applications with state and federal authorities to establish banks in Cape Girardeau; First Exchange Corporation, holding company for Jackson Exchange Bank and Trust Co., seeks to build a bank in the 100 block of Broadview Street; Cape County Bank of Jackson has applied for a charter for a Cape Girardeau Bank as well as for establishment of a multi-bank holding company that would own both the Cape Girardeau and Jackson institutions.. ...
County paving (04/29/08)
When Cape Girardeau County voters approved a half-cent sales tax in 2006 for road improvements and the sheriff's department, commitments were made to speed up the county's paving schedule in an effort to put hard surfaces on as many roads as possible...
Changes could save fuel in Cape (04/29/08)
To the editor: I want my $200. E-mail Mayor Jay Knudson (jknudtson@cityofcapegirardeau.org) or call city manager Doug Leslie (334-1212) and ask for your $200. What $200? The $200 every car owner in Cape Girardeau would save annually in fuel costs if the city improved traffic flow. With gasoline approaching $4 a gallon, saving a gallon a week would save you $200 a year...
Speak Out 4/29/08 (04/29/08)
Farm supply-demand ETHANOL DOES cause the price of wheat to go up. Ethanol production requires huge amount of corn. In order to supply this amount of corn, more farmland in the Midwest goes to the growing of corn. Because of this farmland that was used to grow wheat now has corn on it. This lowers the amount of wheat that is grown in the United States. The lower the supply, the higher the demand. And price follows demand...
City Installs "Articial Potholes" To Help Enforce Speed Limits (04/29/08)
ARNOLD, MISSOURI -- Bump, grind, bump, crash. That's the sound motorists in Arnold will be hearing soon along city streets thanks to a new program designed to reduce traffic speeds by installing potholes in strategic locations. "These aren't your father's speed bumps," said police deputy Gus Toppoh. "Artificial potholes are the most effective way to get people to slow down -- the only thing better is seeing a police car in your rearview mirror."...
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