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Chaffee boil-water order lifted (09/12/08)
Missouri Department of Natural Resources has lifted the boil water order in Chaffee. DNR placed Chaffee under its second boil-water order within the past few weeks on Monday due to a lack of the sanitizing chemical chlorine in the water supply. For more on this story, check back at semissourian.com or read Saturday's paper...
Cape Girardeau County has highest number of FEMA flood assistance applicants, not highest payout (09/12/08)
In the nearly six months since flooding hammered Southeast Missouri, recovery has been slow. But as of this week, it has been aided by nearly $13 million in assistance from the federal government and Small Business Administration...
Ike affects Southeast Missouri gas prices (09/12/08)
Keith Boeller believes Thursday's rush by consumers to buy fuel at area gas stations was a bit premature. By midmorning, a rumor had spread in Cape Girardeau that gas could rise by as much as a dollar per gallon overnight. The price of gasoline at most stores in the city increased by 25 cents by Friday morning...
Review: 'When the Reaper Calls' offers surprises, laughs, truth (09/12/08)
In mythology, tricksters are beings or spirits who break the rules in order to help others perceive the truth. Philosophy professor Victor Pierce (Joe Reed) takes on that role in "When the Reaper Calls," the new production by the River City Players. The play offers truths and surprises along with laughs...
Look-alike contest a hit at the fair (09/12/08)
Amy Blattel had to coax her husband to enter the SEMO District Fair's look-alike contest. She was surprised to find herself onstage as master of ceremony for the first-time event. Her husband, Andy Blattel, waiting to go on stage with the couple's 4-month-old son, Owen, said he had no idea what the winners would get...
Decline in values a threat equal to terrorism, 9/11 speaker says (09/12/08)
Terrorists struck at the United States and unified the nation Sept. 11, 2001. It was a defining moment, when everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news of the attack in New York and on the Pentagon, speakers at a prayer meeting on the Cape Girardeau County Courthouse lawn reminded listeners Thursday...
Kennett man dies in car accident (09/12/08)
DUNKLIN COUNTY, Mo. - An accident on Route NN proved fatal for one Kennett, Mo., man. At about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, authorities responded to a head-on collision at the accident scene, three miles south of Kennett, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol...
Scott County man pleads guilty to drug charges (09/12/08)
A Scott County man pleaded guilty to federal drug charges Wednesday. Christopher L. Klughart, 30, faces up to 20 years' imprisonment, a $250,000 fine or both for his guilty pleas to one count of possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture methamphetamine and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. Drug proceeds of $1,975 was forfeited to the government under terms of the plea agreement...
Boyd makes it to finalist on 'America's Got Talent' (09/12/08)
Neal E. Boyd is now one of the finalists on NBC's competition show "America's Got Talent." The top 10 acts to make it to the finals were announced Thursday night in a condensed 30-minute show that featured recaps of their performances Tuesday and Wednesday. The show was originally scheduled for 7:30 p.m. but moved to 7 p.m. on short notice...
Free ID packets for children at Cape cine (09/12/08)
Parents can bring their children for a free identifying packet from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Cape West 14 Cine, 247 Siemers Drive in Cape Girardeau. The Missouri Masons will collect identifying features, dental imprints, fingerprints and photographs and transfer it onto a CD for parents...
State reimbursed for part of veterans home roof replacement (09/12/08)
Two years ago, the roof on the Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau was replaced at a cost of $983,000. A state appropriation funded the replacement. Now, the state is being reimbursed with federal funds covering 65 percent of the project, or $638,000...
Scott County finishes ice storm, flood work with FEMA (09/12/08)
BENTON, Mo. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency's project specialist for ice storm and flood damage disasters in Scott County has finished his work here and is moving on to the next disaster area. During the regular Scott County Commission meeting Tuesday, Joel Evans, county developer, presented commissioners with a list of the last reimbursements for flood damage referred to as Disaster 1749 by FEMA...
Area school employees can stay active with new exercise programs (09/12/08)
As childhood obesity rates rise and insurance premiums climb, two local school districts are implementing programs to promote wellness. A Jackson nurse is starting ShapeUP Jackson, modeled after a long-standing program of a similar name in Cape Girardeau. Participating school employees and junior high and high school students will earn points based on physical activity. After 12 weeks, the team with the most points wins...
Two charged with gun assault in Poplar Bluff (09/12/08)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Two Poplar Bluff brothers face assault and weapon-related charges in what authorities say was a revenge shooting Wednesday morning. The victim, police said, was thought to have been seeing one of their girlfriends. Derek Lamont Blackmon, 29, and Carlos Dewayne Blackmon, 32, were charged Thursday morning with first-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. Their bonds were set at $500,000 cash or surety...
Lines at area gas pumps (09/12/08)
Weather puts Southeast Missouri crops behind normal growing schedule (09/12/08)
Despite being behind schedule, the state's corn crop seems to be on track to exceed expectations of the agriculture community. David Reinbott, University of Missouri Extension's Southeast Region agriculture business specialist, said the local corn harvest season is just beginning so it's difficult to discuss the crop's yields...
Missouri gets major soaker (09/12/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Flash flood warnings are posted in parts of Missouri as a rain-packed weather system moves through the state, flooding roads and stalling rush-hour traffic. Very heavy rain is reported in west-central and central Missouri, with more than two inches by daybreak and more on the way. Law officers said U.S. 50 near Sedalia was flooded, and several roads around Boonville have been closed by high water...
Mo. treasurer candidates largely agree in debate (09/12/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Treasurer candidates Brad Lager and Clint Zweifel have different ideas about how state government should operate, but there was little disagreement between them during a calm debate Friday. Lager, a Republican senator from Savannah, and Zweifel, a Democratic House member from Florissant, each called for expanding efforts to ensure public money is not invested in ways that benefit terrorist organizations. ...
VA chief's visit to Marion finalized (09/12/08)
MARION, Ill. (AP) -- The itinerary is set for the head of the nation's Veterans Affairs system to take a firsthand look at a southern Illinois VA hospital where major surgeries were halted because of a surge in patient deaths. VA Secretary James Peake will tour the Marion VA on Saturday morning, then take part in a public town hall meeting from noon to 1 p.m. at Marion High School...
Mo. Sen. Kit Bond pushing intelligence reform (09/12/08)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Kit Bond is calling on Congress to reform its oversight of the intelligence community by creating a single panel in charge of funding intelligence programs. The Missouri Republican says the change is needed to curb wasteful spending on classified programs of dubious value...
Carnahan, opponents differ on key issues (09/12/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Incumbent Robin Carnahan drew sharp differences with two of her challengers during a secretary of state debate on Friday in front of newspaper editors and publishers from around Missouri. The debate in Columbia was sponsored by the Missouri Press Association and was among five debates of statewide candidates taking place during the group's annual convention...
St. Louis airport to hold emergency drill (09/12/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Lambert Airport in St. Louis says it will shut down a runway to hold an emergency drill exercise. The runway and the Lindbergh Tunnel that runs beneath it will be shut down beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday into the afternoon. The drill will involve pretend crash sites of a regional jet, a military jet and a multi-vehicle crash in the tunnel. It gives emergency responders a chance to train for actual emergencies...
Gov. Blunt back in mansion as renovations go on (09/12/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Gov. Matt Blunt is back in the Missouri Governor's Mansion after a roughly six-week absence during renovations. Blunt, his wife, Melanie, and their 3-year-old son had been traveling or staying at their Springfield home for a good part of the summer...
KC police ID man found dead in taxi cab (09/12/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City police have identified a man found shot to death in a taxi that was stopped in the middle of a city street. Police said 44-year-old Terrence Timmons of Kansas City was found dead behind the wheel of his Yellow Cab Thursday morning. A witness leaving for work saw the taxi idling in the street...
Barge that broke free on Mississippi is recaptured (09/12/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Rescuers had a busy night in downtown St. Louis after a barge broke free on the Mississippi River. The barge broke free around 11 p.m. Thursday, north of the Eads Bridge. Firefighters said two tug boats were used to pull the barge back to shore. There were no reports of injuries...
Mo. lt. governor candidates spar throughout debate (09/12/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and Democratic challenger Sam Page accuse each other of not doing enough to promote access to government documents. At a debate Friday, both Kinder and Page also claimed to have done more than the other to promote health care access for senior citizens and veterans...
$2 billion expansion of St. Louis-area refinery approved (09/12/08)
ROXANA, Ill. -- It's celebration time for backers of a long-delayed, $2 billion refinery expansion in the Metro East. Ebullient community leaders on Thursday heralded a decision by federal environmental regulators this week to sign off on a final permit for the project at the ConocoPhillips refinery in Roxana, saying the economic benefits could be enormous...
Gubernatorial candidates square off (09/12/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon and Republican Congressman Kenny Hulshof squared off in their first debate Thursday, clashing over campaign finance limits and how best to help students afford rising higher education costs. The forum also included Libertarian Andy Finkenstadt and Constitution Party candidate Gregory Thompson. ...
Texas prepares for Hurricane Ike (09/12/08)
HOUSTON -- Cars and trucks streamed inland and chemical companies buttoned up their plants Thursday as a gigantic Hurricane Ike took aim at the heart of the U.S. refining industry and threatened to send a wall of water crashing toward Houston. Nearly 1 million people along the Texas coast were ordered to evacuate ahead of the storm, which was expected to strike late today or early Saturday. ...
Advice on whether to bring Fluffy or Fido along to college (09/12/08)
One of the many transitions thrust on freshmen going off to college is saying good-bye to the family pet. But guess what: Although college dorms have traditionally been known as pet-free zones, a handful are now allowing certain animals in selected residence halls to give students a more homey feeling about their living space...
Solemn rituals in New York, at Pentagon (09/12/08)
NEW YORK -- Familiar rituals of grief marked the seventh anniversary of Sept. 11 on Thursday as thousands paid tribute at the attack sites, the presidential candidates laid flowers at ground zero and children mourned parents they can barely remember...
House OKs $8 billion relief package for highway trust fund (09/12/08)
WASHINGTON -- Congress on Thursday sent President Bush an $8 billion rescue package for the federal highway trust fund. The infusion comes as the trust fund, which relies on declining revenues from the federal gas tax, verges on going broke, threatening road and bridge projects in every state...
Report: North Korea's Kim recovering from brain surgery (09/12/08)
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea's Kim Jong Il had brain surgery after a stroke last month and could have partial paralysis on one side, media reports said Thursday, after the South Korean government said the communist leader remained in control of his country...
Georgia president warns NATO not to push his country away (09/12/08)
TBILISI, Georgia -- Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili urged NATO on Thursday not to push his country away in the wake of Moscow's military campaign, warning that showing weakness would cause a "never-ending story" of Russian aggression. In an interview with The Associated Press before a visit by NATO leaders next week, Saakashvili said Russia invaded Georgia to keep the ex-Soviet republic out of the Western alliance...
China landslide kills 151 people; hopes of finding the missing begin to fade (09/12/08)
XIANGFEN, China -- A landslide that unleashed a three-story wave of mud and iron ore waste at an illegal mining operation in China has killed at least 151 people and authorities fear the death toll could climb by hundreds more, state media said Thursday...
14 injured in train fire in tunnel under English Channel (09/12/08)
COQUELLES, France -- A fire broke out Thursday on a train carrying trucks under the English Channel between England and France, injuring 14 people and shutting down traffic in the undersea rail tunnel, officials said. About 100 firefighters from both sides of the channel got the blaze under control, but it was not entirely extinguished hours later, said Georges Bos, a spokesman for France's Pas-de-Calais region, which was handling the emergency response...
Critical penalty undermines Southeast's improved 'D' (09/12/08)
Southeast Missouri State was on its way to its "best" defensive performance of the year Thursday night. More importantly, the Redhawks had found a way to keep Tennessee Tech out of the end zone and -- gasp -- even make them punt. Southeast's defense, which yielded 1,377 yards in the first 10 quarters of the season through halftime Thursday, clamped down on the Golden Eagles in the third quarter, and Southeast pulled ahead of someone for the first time all year during regulation early in the fourth.. ...
Tonight's high school football games (09/12/08)
Jackson (1-1) at Gateway Tech (1-1) Last week: Jackson 38, Parkway South 14; Helias 37, Gateway Tech 13. Last year: These two teams did not meet in 2007. Outlook: Jackson coach Van Hitt was pleased with the way his team played last Friday against Parkway South. ...
Parents fear some areas more than the opponent (09/12/08)
Phil Bucher, the father of Jackson senior linebacker Drew Bucher, was one the parents locked down inside Riverview Gardens High School for approximately an half-hour because of an alleged shooting in the neighborhood surrounding the St. Louis-area high school's football stadium after the Indians' Week 1 road game...
Perryville soccer stays unbeaten (09/12/08)
The Perryville boys soccer team has yet to suffer the first loss in the program's history, as the Pirates blanked Saxony Lutheran 2-0 on Thursday night in Perryville. The first-year program improved to 3-0. The goals came off the foot of Wade Lawrence -- one in each half. Alex Robinson and Dalton Hoehne recorded assists...
Southeast drops OVC opener (09/12/08)
A big gamble and a big penalty helped doom Southeast Missouri State in its Ohio Valley Conference opener Thursday night. Both items came during a fourth-quarter drive by Tennessee Tech that proved to be the difference in the Golden Eagles' 29-27 victory...
RB Harris makes debut with Redhawks (09/12/08)
University of Memphis transfer Henry Harris, who played sparingly for the Division I-A Tigers last year, saw his first action of the season for Southeast Missouri State. Harris, a sophomore tailback who missed the first two games with a knee injury, immediately made his presence felt Thursday night against Tennessee Tech in the Redhawks' Ohio Valley Conference opener...
Little likely will miss home opener vs. Giants (09/12/08)
ST. LOUIS -- After getting burned for 522 yards in the season opener, the St. Louis Rams will likely go against the New York Giants without starting defensive end Leonard Little. Little left last week's 38-3 loss at Philadelphia on the fourth play with a hamstring injury. His playing status remains unknown...
Titans QB says he's committed to football (09/12/08)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans quarterback Vince Young insists he never wavered in his commitment to football. All that concern over his mental state? He says he was upset as he dealt with his first serious injury, and he didn't realize he had to tell his mother where he was going anymore...
Cubs slip past Cards (09/12/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Rich Harden worked six solid innings and Kerry Wood got Albert Pujols to pop up with two men on for the final out in a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night. Ryan Theriot, Derrek Lee and Mike Fontenot had RBIs for the Cubs, who lead Milwaukee in the NL Central by 5 1/2 games with 16 to play after taking two of three with two one-run decisions. The Cardinals remained 4 1/2 games behind the Brewers for the NL wild card...
Who's next 9/12/08 (09/12/08)
HONORS n Reagan Kapp of St. Vincent de Paul School was accepted into the People to People World Leadership Forum. During the forum, which ends Sunday, Kapp will tour Washington, D.C., and build leadership skills. n Johnathan Cobb of Jackson participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience program at Truman State University, working under an associate professor of physics. ...
Good Times presents Good Deeds: Thank goodness for Cape's generosity (09/12/08)
Hurricane Gustav evacuees staying at the Cape Girardeau home of Vickie and Rick Naegar wanted to thank Cape Girardeau residents for their outpouring of generosity while they took shelter in Missouri. Vickie Naegar said there were 12 evacuees camped out on the property and that donations started pouring in from the start. ...
They've got spirit: Jackson cheerleading squad wins awards at three-day camp (09/12/08)
Fourteen girls stretched out in the South Elementary cafeteria. Sophomores, juniors and seniors, they all had one thing on their mind: cheering. Once a week during the school year and twice a week during the summer the Jackson High School's cheerleading squad, led by two coaches, get together and practice, readying themselves to give their all for Jackson's football and basketball games...
Lemon battery (09/12/08)
Did you know you can create a battery by using a few coins, some wire and a lemon? It's another experiment that might get you and your family "Hooked on Science." Materials n Penny n Nickel n Lemon n Wire Instructions STEP 1: Have an adult cut two slits into the lemon...
Police arrest Kanye West at L.A. airport (09/12/08)
LOS ANGELES -- Kanye West and one of his bodyguards were arrested Thursday at Los Angeles International Airport after an altercation with paparazzi in which the rapper allegedly smashed a camera on the floor. Airport police arrested West and his road manager, Don Crowley, who also serves as a bodyguard, on suspicion of felony vandalism shortly before 8 a.m., LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe said. He said early reports indicated a camera valued at more than $10,000 was broken...
John Graham (09/12/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- John D. Graham, 66, of Jonesboro died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2008, at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, Ill. He was born March 31, 1942, in Jonesboro, son of William and Mary Courtright Graham. He and Diane Boyd were married Jan. 22, 1971, in Anna, Ill...
Kenneth Edmondson (09/12/08)
OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Kenneth A. Edmondson, 69, of Olive Branch died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at his home. Crain Funeral Home in Tamms is in charge of arrangements.
Martha Myers (09/12/08)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Martha M. Myers, 88, of Mounds died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at Daystar Care Center in Cairo, Ill. She was born May 15, 1920, in Smithland, Ky., daughter of Wesley and Bertha Ann Dillard. Myers was a restaurant cook many years. Survivors include two sons, William Busby of Thebes, Ill., Clifford Busby of Orange County, Fla.; two daughters, Betty Peeler of Clinton, Ky., Martha Busby of Orange County; and a sister, Mary Ann Brown of Rapid Falls, Mich...
Gail Grissom (09/12/08)
Gail E. Grissom, 90, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Dongola, Ill., died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. She was born Jan. 3, 1918, in Dongola, daughter of Oaks Leland and Edith Eddleman Dodd. Survivors include a son, Terry Grissom of Anna, Ill.; a brother, Lee Dodd of Anna; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren...
Agnes Dumey (09/12/08)
Agnes Dumey, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee, Mo., is in charge of arrangements.
Virginia Hillman (09/12/08)
Virginia Swindler Hillman, 85, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Feb. 10, 1923, in Springfield, Mo., daughter of Reyburn and Nellie Price Swindler. She and Dr. John William Hillman were married Jan. 16, 1949, in Baltimore. He died March 6, 1970...
Shirley Clubb (09/12/08)
Shirley L. Clubb, 67, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Thebes, Ill., died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, at her home. She was born March 19, 1941, in Rock Springs, Ill., daughter of George and Lucinda Henderson Pfister. She and Russell Clubb Jr. were married Oct. 3, 1959...
Donald Keesee (09/12/08)
Donald G. "Butch" Keesee, 67, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born June 7, 1941, in Cape Girardeau, son of Lawrence and Vivian M. McDaniel Keesee. He and Sharon Sue McCormick were married in Scott City...
Harry Seibel (09/12/08)
ALTENBURG, Mo. -- Harry H. Seibel, 86, of Altenburg died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. He was born June 26, 1922, at Altenburg, son of Joseph and Hulda Thurm Seibel. He and Elsie Palisch were married Oct. 26, 1947...
Ruby Meyer (09/12/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Ruby M. Meyer, 87, of Perryville died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. She was born Nov. 8, 1920, in Perry County, daughter of Leo and Alice Alberta Hager Miget. She and Lucius A. Meyer were married Feb. 27, 1945. He died Jan. 14, 1996...
Robert Wade (09/12/08)
Robert G. Wade, 73, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Dec. 23, 1934, in Jackson, son of Albert J. and Zella Shepherd Wade. He married Charlotte Swan, who died Dec. 24, 2006. Wade was a graduate of John S. Cobb High School. He retired from Drury Construction Co. after 20 years service, and was a member of St. John's AME Church in Jackson until it closed...
Fire report 9/12/2008 (09/12/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday: n At 6:17 p.m., emergency medical service at the fairgrounds. n At 8:15 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1700 block of Westwood Drive. n At 8:12 p.m., emergency medical service at the fairgrounds...
Out of the past 9/12/08 (09/12/08)
25 years ago: Sept. 12, 1983 Officials of the SEMO District Fair are hoping for fine weather and good attendance as the annual exposition kicks off; organizers are hoping to break last year's attendance of 110,000. Two-way Broadway in Cape Girardeau is only a one-way shipment away from becoming reality; but even if the shipment of traffic signal lights and brackets arrives today or tomorrow, it will probably be early next week before the traffic signals are in place and traffic begins flowing both ways again.. ...
Cycling, taxes, class (09/12/08)
The Tour of Missouri is a seven-day, 623-mile world-class professional cycling race featuring 15 teams and 120 cyclists. It started Monday Sept. 8 in St. Joseph, Mo., And ends Sunday in St. Louis. This race was highly successful last year with an estimated 376,566 spectators and international publicity. ...
A visit to Donegal (09/12/08)
Eleven days in Ireland, it turns out, is exactly the right amount of time to adjust your perspective on just about everything. That's what my wife and I discovered over the last couple of weeks. Ireland was a logical destination for this year's vacation, because our younger son has lived in Dublin for eight years or so. And because he lives there and we live here, we don't see him that often...
Wally Lage (09/12/08)
Since 1991, the Missouri Press Association has been inducted several honorees each year in to the Missouri Newspaper Hall of Fame. Thursday night during the MPA convention in Columbia, Mo., another member of the Southeast Missourian family was inducted: Wally Lage...
War heroes keep their memories to themselves (09/12/08)
To the editor: Who are heroes? The dictionary says a hero is a figure in mythology and legend renown for exceptional courage and fortitude. My heroes are those who go fearless to war to save freedom for all. There is the soldier who returns home to speak only once of seeing his brother blown up beside him on a ship at sea. ...
Speak Out 9/12/08 (09/12/08)
Without a father FATHERS ARE an important part of everyone's life, and every child should have that luxury. I do not have one. I am 32 years old and have never met my father. I know who he is, and he is aware that I exist, but he has never taken the time to call me, talk to me or acknowledge me. That's sad. If you do not plan to care for the children you create, why take chances in the first place?...
Never too young.... (09/12/08)
2008 SEMO District Fair Baby Girl Contest Winner (10-12 months) (09/12/08)
Look a like contest (09/12/08)
Photo taken at the Father/Son look a like contest at the SEMO Fair.
Look a like contest (09/12/08)
Photo taken of Joan Leimer and her daughter Robin Marberry for the look a like contest at the SEMO Fair. Joan's son Kevin Schremp and his son Cody Schremp also entered the contest.
Tractor pull (09/12/08)
A scene from the SEMO District Fair tractor pull.
Tractor pull (09/12/08)
The SEMO District Fair tractor pull.
SEMO District Fair Parade (09/12/08)
Ava Ragan enjoyed the candy from the parade.
Christian Dulany McNew - Baby Boy Contest (09/12/08)
1st place 3-6 month division. All the babies were adorable.
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