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Stories from Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Interstate 55 in New Madrid County to reopen at 5 p.m. (09/10/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. — Both northbound lanes of Interstate 55 are expected to reopen at approximately 5:00 p.m. following an accident that occurred this morning near mile marker 53 near the Kewanee exit.For additional information, contact the Missouri Department of Transportation's Customer Service Center toll-free at 1-888-ASK-MODOT (1-888-275-6636).The road was closed this afternoon from Route P to Highway 80 in New Madrid County due to the accident. ...
Cape Girardeau County commissioners to discuss Bock truck request (09/10/08)
Cape Girardeau County commissioners will continue a discussion today on whether to replace the 1st District commissioner's county vehicle. The conversation started Monday when 1st District Commissioner Larry Bock announced he'd made inquiries about replacing his 1996 Jeep Cherokee. Bock said he learned that by combining the state bid program with a dealer discount, the county could buy a two-seat, four-door half-ton 2008 Ford pickup truck worth $32,000 for $23,566...
Sixty-six drivers compete in fair's demolition derby (09/10/08)
While Tuesday marked the 41st demolition derby for Dennis Nash, the veteran driver admits the thrill of crashing into fellow opponents' cars never seems to get old. "Where else can you take out your aggression on other drivers and not worry about an insurance claim?" joked the Chaffee, Mo., resident as he was preparing to have his 1993 red, white and blue Cavalier inspected by officials at the SEMO District Fair...
Cape man dies in police holding cell (09/10/08)
A Cape Girardeau man died early Tuesday morning while in police custody, authorities said. The body of Lawrence Adolphe Thompson III, 55, was found hanging in a holding room of the Cape Girardeau Police Department around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, said Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton...
Woman, 30, still in hospital after Monday shooting (09/10/08)
A Pocahontas woman remains hospitalized after her stepfather shot her before turning the gun on himself inside their residence just outside of Cape Girardeau city limits, investigators said. Monday afternoon, emergency crews responded to a report of two gunshot victims at 281 Tecumseh Lane in Cape Girardeau County...
Neal Boyd makes Top 20 appearance on NBC's 'Talent' (09/10/08)
Sikeston, Mo., native Neal E. Boyd made his Top 20 appearance on "America's Got Talent" Tuesday night, with his mother in the audience for the first time since the show began in June, and the judges gave him extremely high marks. Boyd sang the song "Mama" by the vocal trio Il Divo, a group known for taking modern songs and singing them in classical style. ...
Caruthersville man arrested in weekend stabbing (09/10/08)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. -- A Caruthersville man is in custody in connection with a stabbing that left another man in critical condition. At 4:56 p.m. Saturday, Caruthersville police officers were flagged down on East Seventh Street by Gary Hatley. Hatley, 44, appeared to have a stab wound to his right chest area, according to a news release issued by the Caruthersville Police Department...
Region briefs 9/10/08 (09/10/08)
Jackson class of 1945 to hold reunion The 1945 class of Jackson High School will hold a reunion at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Delmonico's in Jackson. Workshop to be held on cultural communication A free workshop, "Communicating Across Cultures," will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. ...
Funeral home in Jackson may add crematory (09/10/08)
The Jackson Planning and Zoning Commission tonight will hear about plans by McCombs Funeral Home to add a crematorium to the services it offers on-site at its Independence Street location. The plan is far from being a certain addition to the four-acre funeral home site, said Bruce Dockins, owner of the 102-year-old business. ...
Patriotic events surround Sept. 11 (09/10/08)
Two gatherings scheduled for Thursday in honor of Sept. 11 mark the beginning of a cluster of patriotic events this month. A noon prayer gathering is planned outside the county courthouse in Jackson. Sandy Donley, owner of ReMax Devine Homes Realty, organized the event after seeing an advertisement calling for a nondenominational prayer as part of the national Cry Out America event. The event commemorates Patriot Day, so named after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks...
Replica of Lincoln boat to stop at New Madrid riverfront this month (09/10/08)
NEW MADRID, Mo. -- Those wanting to learn more about Abraham Lincoln's early years will have the opportunity when a 60-foot pioneer-era flatboat docks at the Riverfront Park in New Madrid later this month. The boat, Journey of Remembrance, sets sail Tuesday and will travel down the Mississippi River to retrace Lincoln's 1828 flatboat trip from Rockport, Ind., to New Orleans...
Title: Present transferable experiences in a targeted résumé (09/10/08)
Content: Dear Sam: Reading your articles may be the only enjoyable part of my job search! I have two questions I am hoping you can address for me. I left my career about 9 years ago to be a stay-at-home mom. ...
First j-school struggles with paper's future (09/10/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- One hundred years ago, Boonville publisher Walter Williams laid out his vision for the world's first journalism school. Foremost among his ideas: a daily newspaper that would cover the world beyond the University of Missouri campus...
WWI museum in Kansas City unveils model of German U-boat (09/10/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The World War I Museum in Kansas City is displaying an exact model of a German U-boat that sank eight Allied ships before it was sunk by a British ship's depth charges. The 53-inch metal model was made in 1916 by the very manufacturer that built the real thing in the same German shipyard. Museum director Eli Paul said he "can...
Veto override fails on Mo. student curator bill (09/10/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri lawmakers have failed to override Gov. Matt Blunt's veto of a bill that could have given voting rights to the student member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators. Sponsoring Sen. Chuck Graham made a motion Wednesday to override Blunt's veto. But the Columbia Democrat picked up little support from Republicans...
St. Charles officer dies in crash (09/10/08)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) -- A St. Charles police officer is dead after crashing his patrol car on his way home from work. The wreck at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday killed officer Grant Jansen, a 20-year law enforcement veteran who spent the last 13 years with the St. Charles department...
Beer drinkers challenge InBev-Anheuser-Busch deal (09/10/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Ten angry beer drinkers are trying to derail the largest brewery takeover in history. The group filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday claiming Belgium-based InBev's $52 billion purchase of Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc. would violate U.S. antitrust law if completed as planned in the coming months...
Steelman supports Hulshof in governor's race (09/10/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Five weeks after the election, gubernatorial candidate Kenny Hulshof has finally received the support of his defeated Republican primary opponent. But it's not exactly an exuberant endorsement. Treasurer Sarah Steelman had chatted with Hulshof at least a couple of times since his Aug. ...
Lawmaker who was charged with sexual assault resigns House seat (09/10/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A St. Louis-area lawmaker resigned Tuesday from the Missouri House just hours after pleading not guilty to felony charges of deviate sexual assault. Republican Scott Muschany waived formal arraignment Tuesday in Cole County Circuit Court, where he was indicted by a grand jury last month. ...
Mo. senator to try overriding veto on student curator vote (09/10/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A state senator said Tuesday that he will try to override Gov. Matt Blunt's veto of legislation giving voting privileges to the student member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators. The legislature is to convene at noon today to consider whether to override bills vetoed by the Republican governor. It takes 109 votes in the House and 23 votes in the Senate to override a veto...
Democratic VP nominee Biden campaigns in Mo. (09/10/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden vowed to address the economic anxieties of workers Tuesday in a state suffering through its highest unemployment rate in 17 years. Biden was making a campaign swing through Missouri just one day after the Republican presidential ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin held a rally in the Kansas City suburb of Lee's Summit...
Iowa files 9,000 child labor charges after meat plant raid (09/10/08)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The owner and managers of the nation's largest kosher meatpacking plant were charged Tuesday with more than 9,000 misdemeanors alleging they hired minors and had children younger than 16 handle dangerous equipment such as circular saws and meat grinders...
Fewer med students choosing primary care (09/10/08)
CHICAGO -- Only 2 percent of graduating medical students say they plan to work in primary-care internal medicine, raising worries about a looming shortage of the first-stop doctors who used to be the backbone of the American medical system. The results of a new survey being published today suggest more medical students, many of them saddled with debt, are opting for more lucrative specialties...
North Korean official denies report country's leader may be gravely ill (09/10/08)
WASHINGTON -- North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il may be gravely ill, U.S. and other Western officials said Tuesday, after he failed to appear for a major national parade. A North Korean denied the reports. Kim's absence from a military parade for the country's 60th anniversary lent credence to reports that the man North Koreans call the "Dear Leader" had been incapacitated during the past few weeks...
Intercepted stimulus checks funneled toward child support (09/10/08)
BOSTON -- Deadbeat dads and moms around the country are discovering that their economic stimulus checks from Washington -- intended to encourage the purchase of TVs, cars and other goods -- are being intercepted and funneled toward the support of their children...
Online dating is useful tool for zoos with rare species (09/10/08)
COLUMBIA, S.C -- Attention, amorous guys: Killarney's an Australian cutie, but woo her with care. The feisty gal once swatted at a beau who got a little close, and gave another poor fellow the cold shoulder during their introduction. Undaunted, Killarney's friends keep updating her online profile in the hope of finding her Mr. ...
Estimates say fed budget deficit nearing $407B (09/10/08)
WASHINGTON -- Amid fresh predictions that the economic slump will continue into next year, Democrats on Tuesday renewed a promise to try to advance a heavy-spending economic stimulus plan before Election Day. The effort, however, is infused with election-year politics and was rejected by the White House, which believes it to be wasteful and unproductive...
North Korean leader skips parade; Western officials say he may be ill (09/10/08)
SEOUL, South Korea -- There was no sign of Kim Jong Il at a parade Tuesday marking the 60th anniversary of North Korea's founding, and Western officials said the leader -- who has not appeared publicly for a month -- may be ill. North Korea's state media was silent about his absence from the parade, a relatively low-key ceremony that lacked much of North Korea's trademark military display...
Ike gives Cuba final kick, moves to Gulf (09/10/08)
HAVANA -- Hurricane Ike moved into the warm waters of the Gulf and took aim at the U.S. and Mexican coasts Tuesday after bringing down aging buildings in Havana and tearing through western Cuba's tobacco country. Forecasters said Ike, which has already killed at least 80 people in the Caribbean, could strengthen into a Category 3 storm before hitting Texas or Mexico this weekend...
Pakistan's new president takes office (09/10/08)
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Repeatedly paying homage to his assassinated wife, new President Asif Ali Zardari declared Tuesday that he has a comprehensive plan to fight terrorism and said Pakistan's people are behind him. Zardari, elected by legislators Saturday, was long on platitudes but short on specifics while meeting with media after taking the oath of office in a short ceremony at the presidential palace. ...
Russia to keep 7,600 troops in rogue areas (09/10/08)
TBILISI, Georgia -- Russia announced Tuesday it would keep 7,600 troops in Abkhazia and South Ossetia for the foreseeable future, asserting power in the breakaway regions even as it began a pullout from positions deeper in Georgia. The Kremlin's plans for a military footprint in the enclaves dash Georgia's hopes that a revised peace agreement will lead to a complete Russian withdrawal from the country at the heart of a fray between Moscow and the West...
Central softball overtakes Sikeston, wins 3-2 (09/10/08)
Victoria Schabbing singled to knock in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning as the Central softball team beat Sikeston 3-2 on Tuesday. Emily Myers went 2-for-3 in the win. The Tigers struck for a pair of runs in the sixth and the game-winner in the seventh...
Girls high school tennis and boys swimming (09/10/08)
GIRLS TENNIS Jackson Indians Coach: David Brummel Singles players: Erinne Haff; Alison Keiper; Chelsea Jones; Raechel Batz; Maura Neader; Ashley Ptacek Doubles players: Haff; Keiper; Batz; Neader; Jade Freeman; Kaylyn Sneathean Central Tigers Coach: Bryce Kristal...
Southeast compliance director takes job in Texas (09/10/08)
Southeast Missouri State's assistant athletic director for compliance is leaving for an identical position much closer to home. Jayson Santos, a Houston native, soon will become the assistant athletic director for compliance at Texas State University in San Marcos...
Cushman, Southeast sound bell on boxing book (09/10/08)
Tom Cushman covered boxing for 40 years and is considered a top authority on the sport, but he never dreamed of writing a book about the so-called sweet science. When Cushman finally did just that, he never envisioned it being published. But an opportunity presented itself with the publishing wing of his alma mater and hometown college...
Susan Beth Scott finishes fourth in 100 freestyle at Paralympic Games (09/10/08)
Susan Beth Scott, the Cape Girardeau teen who spent the past year at the U.S. Olympic training center in Colorado Springs, Colo., has begun competing in the 2008 Paralympic Games, which began Saturday in Beijing. Scott finished fourth Tuesday in the women's 100-meter freestyle (S10 division). Her time was 1 minute, 2.33 seconds, while winner Ashley Owens set a world record in a time of 1:01.57...
Cards rally to 4-3 win against the Cubs (09/10/08)
The Cardinals scored the winning run on a close play at the plate in the ninth inning. By R.B. FALLSTROM The Associated Press ST. LOUIS -- Highly agitated, Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella rolled up his sleeves during a postgame news conference to illustrate a point. The fiery manager wants his players to roll up their sleeves, too, and finish off the competition in the NL Central...
Armstrong confirms report that he plans to make comeback in 2009 (09/10/08)
AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike, determined to win an eighth Tour de France. Armstrong's return from cancer to win the Tour a record seven consecutive times made him a hero to cancer patients worldwide and elevated cycling to an unprecedented level in America...
Volunteers bring support to Hospital patients (09/10/08)
Jack Mehner and his wife, Sherry, are hospice volunteers. He is a also a Stephen's Minister who calls on patients in Southeast Missouri Hospital on behalf of the hospital's foundation and a volunteer for Teen Challenge, Jail Ministry, Trout Unlimited Conservation, Habitat for Humanity and Helping Hands...
Mushroom mysteries: Find out if the fungi in your yard are safe to eat (09/10/08)
It's mushroom season in Southeast Missouri. Thanks to the rain-ridden season of autumn approaching, the mushrooms are popping up right and left on the forest floor and the front lawn. Most people know mushrooms are fungi. However, what most people don't realize is that what you see above the ground -- the "mushroom" -- is actually barely a tenth of the actual fungi growing, said A.J. Hendershott of the Southeast Regional Conservation Center...
Recipe Swap: Favorite ways to use the pecan harvest (09/10/08)
Growing up in rural McClure, Ill., we always had pecans on our trees at home. Many years ago my parents had two pecan trees grafted to grow large paper shell pecans. Many old-timers say you will always have a large pecan crop in an election year. And you know, that really holds true. ...
Lynne Spears' memoir to be published Tuesday (09/10/08)
NEW YORK -- The mother of Britney Spears says that the singer has overcome the tabloid nightmares of the past few years and believes that little by little, her daughter is regaining her "glorious voice." Lynne Spears writes of her famous child and her other celebrity daughter, Jamie Lynn, in "Through the Storm," to be published Tuesday by Thomas Nelson, a Christian publisher. The Associated Press obtained an early copy...
KFC working to improve security surrounding secret chicken recipe (09/10/08)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Psst. The secret's out at KFC. Well, sort of. Colonel Harland Sanders' handwritten recipe of 11 herbs and spices was removed Tuesday from safekeeping at KFC's corporate offices for the first time in decades. The temporary relocation is allowing KFC to revamp security around a yellowing sheet of paper that contains one of the country's most famous corporate secrets...
OPEC decides to curb oil production (09/10/08)
VIENNA, Austria -- OPEC oil ministers agreed Wednesday to curb production by more than 500,000 barrels a day in a compromise meant to avoid new turmoil in crude markets while seeking to prevent prices from falling too far. The move reflected OPEC efforts to cover all bases in an oil market that saw prices spike to a new record just short of $150 a barrel in July, only to drop nearly 30 percent off those peaks in subsequent months...
Bertha Green (09/10/08)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Bertha Jane Green, 71, of Mounds died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008, at Daystar Care Center in Cairo, Ill. She was born June 1, 1937, in Mounds, daughter of Marcus and Nancy Watkins Rogers Sr. She and Freddie Lee Green Sr. were married Aug. 29, 1981...
Daisy Huff (09/10/08)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Daisy Mae Huff, 73, of Cairo died Friday, Sept. 5, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 21, 1935, in Clarksdale, Miss., son of John Henry and Willie Ray Davis Crites. She and Raymond Huff Sr. were married March 10, 1953...
Art Vann (09/10/08)
Arthur Mitchell "Art" Vann, 49, of the Missouri Veterans Home, formerly of Matthews, Mo., died Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born Sept. 13, 1958, in Sikeston, Mo., son of R.B. and Imogene Morrison Vann. Vann was a 1976 graduate of Matthews High School, and farmed with his father and brother until joining the U.S. ...
Robert Wade (09/10/08)
Robert G. Wade, 74, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Williams Funeral Home in Charleston, Mo., is in charge of arrangements.
Irene Phipps (09/10/08)
Irene Phipps, 101, of Scott City died Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Jackson Manor in Jackson. She was born Feb. 15, 1907, in Lynchburg, Tenn., daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Mary Alice Edgemond Hockersmith. She and James Edward Phipps were married Nov. 24, 1924, in Chester, Ill. He died Jan. 8, 1947...
Ann Hollenberg (09/10/08)
FLORISSANT, Mo. -- Ann Bridges Hollenberg of Florissant passed away peacefully surrounded by family and dear friends Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at DePaul Hospital in St. Louis. Elnora Ann Bridges was born Sept. 12, 1953, in Cairo, Ill., to Opal Grah Bridges and the late Otis T. Bridges...
Judy McDowell (09/10/08)
Judy Kay McDowell, 65, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Aug. 29, 2008, in an automobile accident near Evansville, Ind. She was born Dec. 7, 1942, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Lester and Ethel Maevers Hengst. She and David S. McDowell were married Jan. 7, 1961, in Cape Girardeau...
Brenda Little (09/10/08)
GLENALLEN, Mo. -- Brenda D. Little, 50, of Glenallen was pronounced dead Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Glenallen, following a drowning accident. She was born April 21, 1958, at Hiram, Mo., daughter of Ora Otto and Precious Pearl Blocker Fox. She and Carl Little were married Sept. 15, 1979. He died April 15, 2000...
Donnie Ford (09/10/08)
Donnie Gerald Ford Jr., 54, of Scott City died Sunday, Sept. 7, 2008, at Chaffee Nursing Center in Chaffee, Mo. He was born Dec. 7, 1953, at Sikeston, Mo., son of Donnie Gerald and Lorraine Lewis Ford Sr. Ford was a sheet metal worker and carpenter with Commercial Heating and Cooling...
Births 9/10/2008 (09/10/08)
Niedbalski Son to Eric and Amy Niedbalski of St. Louis, St. John's Mercy Medical Center, 11:49 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2008. Name, Chandler Michael. Weight, 6 pounds, 8 ounces. First child. Mrs. Niedbalski is the former Amy Chandler, daughter of Patsy Chandler of Jackson, and the late John Chandler. She is employed at St. Louis Zoo. Niedbalski is the son of Richard and Sylvia Niedbalski of Jackson. He is employed at Bank of America...
Police report 9/10/2008 (09/10/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI n Andy J. Purcell, 34, 2851 Whitener St., Apt. 2, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene. Arrests...
Fire report 9/10/2008 (09/10/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: n At 10:44 p.m., an illegal burn at 721 West Rodney Drive. n At 3:23 p.m., emergency medical service in the 210 block of William Street. n At 4:13 p.m., emergency medical service at 35 Doctors Park...
Out of the past 9/10/08 (09/10/08)
25 years ago: Sept. 10, 1983 Former Arkansas governor and now Sen. Dale Bumpers and Missouri Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton are among Democratic luminaries who join some 700 guests at the 8th District Democratic Rally held at the Ramada Inn in Cape Girardeau...
Preservation and the denial of death (09/10/08)
Kaye and I enjoy living in an old house and a community that blend the old with the new, the present with the past, the real with the imaginary, leading us to reflect upon the ageless issues of life and time and mutability. By Robert Hamblin A heroic resistance to time and death, as Ernest Becker has persuasively argued in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "The Denial of Death," is one of the distinguishing traits of the human species. ...
After gazillions in aid over all those years, why is poverty still such a problem in our nation? (09/10/08)
When this marathon political campaign finally comes to a close -- assuming it will someday -- the greatest challenge facing this nation will remain the gap between the haves and the have-nots. Expert observers regardless of their party label see an eventual end to the war in Iraq...
Young Life (09/10/08)
Twenty-five years ago there were adults who were concerned about finding ways to reach youths of the community through a nondenominational Christian fellowship. At first, organizers of Young Life met with some resistance from churches that feared a separate program might compete with their own youth groups...
Speak Out 9/10/08 (09/10/08)
Useful checkpoints I WOULD like to commend the Jackson Police Department and the officers who were working a sobriety checkpoint on U.S. 61 Friday night. I think it's a great idea to have these occasionally. Cape Girardeau should take note of this and run these checkpoints occasionally...
The more the merrier; down at the Resource Center (09/10/08)
Cape Area Family Resource Center After School Program has begun. (09/10/08)
If you were to come by the Resource Center from 3:30 to 5:30 Mon-Thurs you would see a full building brimming with students, volunteers and staff interacting as the After School Program has begun. We had been advertising early sign ups for students over the last few weeks, but only had 11 applications turned in. ...
Aroomcleanaroom (09/10/08)
Thank you Stephen Bjelich (09/10/08)
President and CEO of St. Francis Medical Center Stephen Bjelich created United Way’s Top 20 Advisory Council in 2001 and had led the group until this year. United Way’s Top 20 companies raise 75 percent of annual donations. The council helps United Way set the annual fundraising goal. Nancy Jernigan, United Way’s executive director, is also pictured...
Young Miss SEMO Fair (09/10/08)
Young Miss SEMO Fair Brenna Corbett after winning her title.
Little Miss SEMO Fair (09/10/08)
Elizabeth Roy, winner of Little Miss SEMO Fair. Also shown 1st and 2nd runners up.
Contestants getting ready for the SEMO Fair pageant. (09/10/08)
SEMO Fair beauty contestants Brenna Corbett and Madison Wooldrige having fun waiting for there age group to go on stage.
Young Miss Semo Fair riding in the SEMO Fair Parade (09/10/08)
This is Brenna Corbett getting ready to ride in the parade. She was crowned Young Miss Semo Fair on Sunday at the fair's annual pageant. She is the 8 year old daughter of Greg and Tina Corbett of Portageville.
Winners of the 2008 Duel Demolition Derby at the SEMO Fair (09/10/08)
Cline Myers (left) driver and John Gramm (right) rider holding the first place trophy for the demo derby
SEMO Fair Queens (09/10/08)
SEMO Fair queens Pre-Teen Hannah Noe, Miss Katie Boyer, and Young Miss Brenna Corbett.
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO (09/10/08)
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO (09/10/08)
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO - one of the trucks
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO (09/10/08)
Model T Parade at New Wells, MO
Midwest Classic Horse Show- SEMO Fair (09/10/08)
Emily McElreath leads Callie Shemwell on Spirt's Little Jilly during the Lead Line class, the trio recieved first place.
Garrett Gresham (09/10/08)
Swamp delight (09/10/08)
Midwest Classic Horse Show (09/10/08)
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