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Political parties hosting separate events in Cape Girardeau targeted at women voters (09/19/08)
The Republican and Democratic parties have scheduled separate events targeting women voters and other groups in Cape Girardeau in the coming days. The Southeast Missouri State University College Republicans will host a "Women for McCain/Palin" noontime lunch Sept. ...
Daylily planting at I-55 exit delayed one week (09/19/08)
The daylily planting that was originally scheduled for Saturday at the East Main Street/LaSalle Avenue interchange exit on Interstate 55 has been postponed until 9 a.m. Sept. 27, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release.Nearly 30 volunteers were to assist local horticulturalist Dave Niswonger transfer 3,000 bulbs of a daylily variety he created at the exit. ...
Trial begins for former Doniphan, Mo., bus driver accused of child molestation (09/19/08)
DONIPHAN, Mo. -- Sitting cross-legged in the witness stand, a 7-year-old girl described graphic incidents of alleged molestation at the hands of a former Doniphan School District bus driver on the opening day of the man's trial Thursday in a Ripley County courtroom...
A long and lonely battle: Cape Girardeau woman has been helping her husband live with Alzheimer's disease for eight years (09/19/08)
Eloise Terry knew her husband Bill was really mad. She didn't know why. She saw him grab a water bottle, his sweater and a stack of books — he loves books — and charge out of the house in the direction of his daughter's house. She chased him. The couple ran down the street until a car stopped and the driver, a young woman, asked if she could help...
Jackson Christian music group to perform in concert in Sikeston Saturday (09/19/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. — This weekend, youth will be jamming in Sikeston, and it's all for a good cause. The Sikeston Optimist Club will host a Christian Youth Concert featuring Awakening, a contemporary Christian rock band from Jackson. Opening for the act with be Sikeston's own First United Methodist Church's praise band...
Neal Boyd makes it to final five on 'America's Got Talent' (09/19/08)
Sikeston, Mo., native Neal E. Boyd is part of the "America's Got Talent" finals, nearly two months after his breakout performance on the first episode of this year's season of NBC's talent show. Boyd learned Thursday night on live TV that he was one of the five acts chosen by audience vote to move on to the competition's final round. The winner will take home $1 million and get a chance at his or her own Las Vegas show...
Flooding in Cape Girardeau, Scott counties closes sections of roadways (09/19/08)
The aftermath of storms late last week and early this week continued to be felt in Southeast Missouri communities along the Mississippi River today. Water had formed over isolated areas of roadways in Cape Girardeau beginning in the early morning hours, closing sections of roadway near the downtown area. By 11 a.m., city public works officials had closed sections of road in 10 locations...
Strategic plan topic of 'State of University' speech (09/19/08)
Faculty members want more time and resources for research. They want diverse co-workers. Increased communication is key. For nearly a year, the university has been developing a strategic plan to identify where it wants to be in the next three to five years. Steps for how to get there were outlined during President Dr. Ken Dobbins' annual "State of the University" address Thursday...
County commission reviews budgets for county offices (09/19/08)
Money dominated Thursday's Cape Girardeau County commission meeting. The board has begun reviewing draft budgets for county offices, starting with the court system. Presiding Commissioner Gerald Jones set the tone as he reviewed the figures provided by the county auditor's office. Auditor David Ludwig was at the meeting, along with deputy auditors Virgie Koeppel and Beth Biri...
Lincoln's Journey boat to make stops in New Madrid, Caruthersville (09/19/08)
A pioneer-era flatboat retracing Abraham Lincoln’s historic 1828 trip from Rockport, Ind., to New Orleans will make stops in Southeast Missouri today and Saturday. The boat will make riverfront stops at 4 p.m. today in New Madrid and at 3 p.m. ...
Cape County commission reviews budgets for county offices (09/19/08)
Money dominated Thursday's Cape Girardeau County commission meeting. The board has begun reviewing draft budgets for county offices, starting with the court system. Presiding Commissioner Gerald Jones set the tone as he reviewed the figures provided by the county auditor's office. Auditor David Ludwig was at the meeting, along with deputy auditors Virgie Koeppel and Beth Biri...
I-55 in Cape Girardeau, Scott counties reduced to one lane (09/19/08)
Northbound and southbound Interstate 55 in Cape Girardeau and Scott counties will be reduced to one lane through today while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make shoulder repairs. Work on this section of road from U.S. 61 at Scott City to Highway 74 near Cape Girardeau will take place from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., weather permitting. For more information, contact MoDOT’s customer service center at 888-275-6636...
Shooting victim doing well in with rehabilitation (09/19/08)
Kathy Newell still has a stack of "shining stars" that patients have given to her daughter, Kristina Bosco, to show their gratitude for the care they received from her at Southeast Missouri Hospital. "She takes it to heart. She loves every patient she's ever had," Newell said Thursday...
Cape Girardeau native appointed to state parole board (09/19/08)
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, serving as acting governor, appointed Cape Girardeau native David E. Bertrand to the state Board of Probation and Parole today pending confirmation from the Senate. Bertrand has been a probation officer with District 22 of the Missouri Department of Corrections probation office for about 23 years, he said...
Fisk, Mo., man gets four years for child porn (09/19/08)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Butler County judge sentenced a Fisk man Tuesday to the maximum for possessing child pornography. Michael Charles Dissler, 53, was sentenced to four years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for felony possession of child pornography by Presiding Circuit Judge Mark Richardson, according to Butler County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Barbour...
Route A in Perry County closed due to Mississippi River flooding (09/19/08)
Route A in Perry County is closed until further notice because of flooding on the Mississippi River, the Missouri Department of Transportation reported Thursday in a news release. The closed section of road is from County Road 460 to County Road 444. For more information on this and other closures from flooding, call MoDOT’s Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636...
Kennett elementary student suspended for hitting teacher (09/19/08)
KENNETT, Mo. — The Kennett School Board opened its Wednesday meeting and went directly to a closed hearing regarding a discipline problem with an elementary student. According to a memo from Kennett Superintendent Jerry Noble, a lower elementary student was suspended for one year for hitting a teacher and using abusive profanity...
Chunk of Common Pleas courtroom ceiling collapses (09/19/08)
This morning a piece of the courtroom ceiling the Common Pleas Courthouse collapsed. The damage happened above the jury box in the courtroom, according to a report Don McQuay made during this morning's Cape Girardeau County Commission meeting. No one appears to have been injured. McQuay said he was not sure what repairs would cost. When a similar incident happened at the Jackson courthouse the county paid approximately $30,000 for repairs...
Reeling 'em in (09/19/08)
Building a bridge (09/19/08)
KC mayor vetoes ordinance concerning wife's work (09/19/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Mayor Mark Funkhouser has rejected a City Council's ordinance that would prohibit his wife from serving as an unpaid worker in his office. Thursday's veto by Funkhouser was the first in modern Kansas City history. It came in response to a measure the City Council passed 12-1 last week. The ordinance says elected officials can have family members volunteer only infrequently in their offices. Funkhouser cast the dissenting vote...
Police may have nabbed Boonie Hat Bandit (09/19/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A man is in custody after a bank robbery in St. Louis County. Now, authorities want to know if he is the so-called "Boonie Hat Bandit." The robbery occurred Thursday at a Commerce Bank branch. Responding officers spotted the suspect's car shortly after the robbery and stopped it near Interstate 270. Bank officials identified the car's driver as the robber, and police say money taken from the bank was recovered...
Ashcroft: Companies need to help stop terrorism (09/19/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Former Attorney General John Ashcroft says businesses need to take a greater responsibility in preventing terrorist attacks. Ashcroft spoke Friday at an anti-terrorism conference in Kansas City that included around 100 business executives...
Missouri unemployment rate rises in August (09/19/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri's unemployment rate continued to rise in August, even though the state showed growth in the total number of jobs. U.S. Department of Labor statistics released Friday show Missouri's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 6.6 percent last month -- up 0.2 percentage points from July, when the state set a 17-year high...
Truman U. to pay outgoing president as consultant (09/19/08)
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) -- The president of Truman State University will make another year's salary after she resigns her post by working as a consultant. Barbara Dixon's resignation, announced Tuesday over disagreement on goals and expectations for the future, takes effect Oct. 15. But the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports she'll make $205,000 -- the same amount as her annual salary -- as a consultant to the Board of Governors...
St. Louis police board seeks towing investigation (09/19/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St. Louis police board is asking federal investigators to look into whether a contracted towing firm shorted the city of hundreds of thousands of dollars. The board on Thursday asked the U.S. Attorney's office in St. Louis to investigate the handling of the contract with St. ...
Mo. police seek woman in shooting death at rest area (09/19/08)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- Law officers are looking for a woman seen in a Platte County rest area around the time Springfield truck driver Valentin Kirilchuk was shot to death. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Thursday the "person of interest" was white, 30 years old with shoulder-length reddish-blond hair and freckles. She was wearing a white blouse with designs on the collar and an unbuttoned jacket or sweater...
'Boonie Hat Bandit' in custody (09/19/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The "Boonie Hat Bandit" is now in custody. St. Louis County police on Friday said 44-year-old Donald Keith Giammanco of Florissant has admitted to a string of 12 bank robberies in the St. Louis area. He was arrested after a robbery on Thursday at a Commerce Bank branch in south St. Louis County...
Pregnant woman found slain in suburban St. Louis (09/19/08)
UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Police are looking for suspects in the slaying of a 22-year-old suburban St. Louis woman who was pregnant with her first child. The grandmother of Shamika Herman entered the University City home at around 1:00 p.m. Thursday and found the woman unconscious. Relatives said Herman was beaten to death...
Feds looking into case of killed KC firefighters (09/19/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The inspector general's office is looking into the actions of federal investigators involved in a case that sent five people to prison for life for the 1988 deaths of six Kansas City firefighters. U.S. Attorney John F. Wood asked for the probe into the Justice Department's actions after The Kansas City Star reported in June that as many as 15 witnesses now say they were pressured to lie during the trial of five people accused of causing the deaths...
Missouri scraps private financing for bridge project (09/19/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Credit market troubles caused the state transportation commission on Thursday to scrap a privately financed plan to fix 802 of Missouri's worst bridges. The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission instead decided to issue its own bonds to finance the bridges, which it pledged still would get rebuilt or repaired within five years...
Humane Society sends rescuers to Texas (09/19/08)
ST. LOUIS -- The Missouri Humane Society is sending six more animal rescuers to the southeastern Texas coast following an urgent request from that state's emergency management officials. On Thursday, six animal care and rescue staff from the Humane Society of Missouri Disaster Response Unit left for Galveston. They will join a 10-member team that arrived Saturday...
New Mo. self-defense law tested (09/19/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's new self-defense law known as the "castle doctrine" is headed for a test after a woman shot and killed her former boyfriend at her home. A coroner's jury in Adair County ruled that Jackie Gleason committed a crime when she killed Rogelio Johnson after he climbed through a window at her Kirksville area home in May. Authorities say Johnson was under court order to stay away from Gleason...
Only 8 houses undamaged in flash flood in Silex, Mo. (09/19/08)
SILEX, Mo. -- Along the streets of Silex -- population 206 -- it almost looks as though there's a community-wide yard sale. Almost. Couches, recliners, kitchen tables, an upright piano and rolls of carpet rest on front lawns. But look a little more closely, and the furniture is coated in mud, the piano unplayable, the carpets soaked through and lying in shreds covered with dirty footprints...
No charges expected against Foley (09/19/08)
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley isn't expected to face charges after a lengthy investigation into his lurid messages to underage congressional pages, two federal law enforcement officials told The Associated Press on Thursday. The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case, said the results of a state investigation would be announced Friday...
Scientists study endangered kangaroo rat habitat from space (09/19/08)
FRESNO, Calif. -- Scientists plan to use satellite photos to count giant kangaroo rats, the first-ever monitoring of an endangered species from outer space. Scientists will examine images taken from the same satellite used by Israeli defense forces to find the circular patches of earth denuded by the rats as they gather food around their burrows. From that they plan to get the first-ever accurate population count of the rodents, a bellwether for the health of a parched plains environment...
Galveston still too bruised for residents to return home (09/19/08)
GALVESTON, Texas -- There's a grocery store open for business on Galveston Island. Cell phone towers are connecting calls. More lights are coming back on at night. But for all the little signs of recovery in this barrier island community thrashed by Hurricane Ike nearly a week ago, Galveston just "isn't ready" for residents to return. ...
Boom goes bust: Bubbles burst for British bankers (09/19/08)
LONDON -- This is a bad time to be a purveyor of $1,800 pens. Or a seller of champagne, sports cars or big bouquets of flowers. Few people feel like splurging in the City, as London's financial district is known. Instead, it is convulsing from the aftershocks of the crisis on Wall Street...
Scott City spikers net 10th win (09/19/08)
The Scott City volleyball team notched its 10th victory of the season by easing past host Bloomfield 25-11, 25-19 on Thursday night. Brooke Simpson led the Rams (10-1-1) with 11 digs and 11 kills. Katie Diebold and Jordan McFall each added 10 assists for Scott City, while Stephanie Essner tallied 11 digs...
Today's high school football games 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
Fredericktown (3-0) at Scott City (2-1) Last week: Fredericktown 7, Herculaneum 6; East Prairie 35, Scott City 0. Last year's meeting: Fredericktown 43, Scott City 12. Outlook: Fredericktown enters perfect after defeating Sikeston, Chester (Ill.) and Herculaneum. Scott City coach Ronnie Jones said the Blackcats don't do anything fancy but they just basically line up and run the ball, which they do about 75 percent of the time...
Searching for the foot in football (09/19/08)
When first-year Central football coach Rich Payne was searching for a kicker, he put the word out around school that he wanted someone from the soccer team to tryout. Kyle Bader, a senior backup goalie and forward for the Central varsity soccer program, came out and won the job...
Redhawks volleyball opens OVC play today (09/19/08)
The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team is not entering its Ohio Valley Conference schedule in the best shape possible. Five players -- including two all-OVC performers -- have been suffering from injuries and remain questionable for the start of league play...
Americans try to end Europe's domination (09/19/08)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Paul Azinger had pairings in his pocket and butterflies in his stomach. As the last of his American players headed to the 10th tee for the final practice session Thursday at the Ryder Cup, Azinger acknowledged some nerves for the first time all week at Valhalla...
Rams find bright spot in Seahawks traitor (09/19/08)
ST. LOUIS -- A happy homecoming is probably not in the cards Sunday for St. Louis Rams kicker Josh Brown. His old team, the Seattle Seahawks, definitely has not gotten over his decision to work for one of the NFC West rivals. "I kind of know what reaction he's going to get," Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren said. "He was a very popular guy and he broke a lot of hearts when he left. I'll leave it at that."...
Cards halt losing streak (09/19/08)
CINCINNATI -- Kyle Lohse wouldn't recommend using a suspension as a wakeup call. Serving one, however, certainly didn't hurt the St. Louis right-hander. In his first start after sitting out for five games, Lohse pitched just well enough to get his first win in more than a month as the Cardinals snapped a season-high seven-game losing streak with a 5-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday night...
Where the presidential candidates stand on the environment (09/19/08)
AT ISSUE: What should the U.S. government do about global warming? The Earth's climate is changing. Parts of it are warming up. Other areas are becoming colder. And many storms are more dangerous. Most scientists agree that human activity is the main cause. ...
Good Deeds: Grocer helped elderly customer (09/19/08)
Robert Gentry, owner of The Corner Store on Broadway in Cape Girardeau helped 97-year-old Corona Harper carry her groceries home regularly from January 2007 to August when she was moved to a nursing home due to a fall. He closed the store when she finished her shopping and walked her home about once a week...
neXt up 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
FRIDAY n New movies "Igor" Rated PG, running time 1 hours 26 mins @ Cape West 14 Cine "Ghost Town" Rated PG-13, running time 1 hour 43 mins @ Town Plaza Cinema "Lakeview Terrace" Rated PG-13, running time 1 hour 50 mins @ Town Plaza Cinema...
Hooked on Science: Balloon in a bottle (09/19/08)
Can you blow up a balloon in a bottle? Here's another experiment that might get you and your family "Hooked on Science." Materials Instructions STEP 1: Place the balloon into the bottle and stretch the opening of the balloon over the mouth of the bottle...
New Mozart piece of music found in French library (09/19/08)
PARIS -- A French museum has found a previously unknown piece of music handwritten by Mozart, a researcher said Thursday. The 18th-century melody sketch is missing the harmony and instrumentation but was described as an important find. Ulrich Leisinger, head of research at the International Mozarteum Foundation in Salzburg, Austria, said there is no doubt that the single sheet was written by the composer...
Entity for bad debt considered (09/19/08)
NEW YORK -- Wall Street rallied in a stunning late-session turnaround Thursday, shooting higher and hurtling the Dow Jones industrials up 400 points following a report that the federal government might create an entity to absorb banks' bad debt. The report also cooled investors' fervor for safe investments like government debt that were in demand for much of the day...
Mary Triplett (09/19/08)
Mary Triplett Mary C. Triplett, 72, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Sept. 15, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was formerly of Cairo, Ill. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to time of service Saturday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill...
James Watkins (09/19/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. — James O. Watkins, 93, of Jonesboro died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, at Union County Hospital in Anna, Ill. He was born Dec. 11, 1914, at Mill Creek, Ill., son of Charles and Ruth Lindsay Watkins. He and Mary Belle Beggs were married March 26, 1938...
Jack Stuber (09/19/08)
ANNA, Ill. — Jack Stuber, 69, of Elmwood, Tenn., formerly of Anna, died Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, at University Medical Center in Lebanon, Tenn. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Crain Funeral Home in Anna. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home...
Sherry Voigt (09/19/08)
CAIRO, Ill. — Sherry L. Voigt, 56, of Cairo died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born July 20, 1952, in Cairo, daughter of Walter B. and Emma Kay Meredith Martin. She married Donald Thomas Voigt...
Calvin Stoudemire Sr. (09/19/08)
CAIRO, Ill. — Calvin L. Stoudemire Sr., 58, of Cairo died Friday, Sept. 12, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 4 to 5 p.m. today at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill. There is no service.
Samuel Rains (09/19/08)
Samuel Rains, 66, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, in Cape Girardeau. He was born June 1, 1942, in Murphysboro, Ill., son of Milo S. and Florence A. Blackwell Rains. Rains had worked at several restaurants in Cape Girardeau. Survivors include two brothers, Arthur "Bud" Burton and Milo "Sonny" Rains of Cape Girardeau; five sisters, Florence Arriola of Santa Ynez, Calif., Lillian Brown, Linda Pulliam, Mary Sparks and Becky Rains, all of Cape Girardeau...
Kathryn Ochs (09/19/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. — Mary "Kathryn" Ochs, 81, of Perryville died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, at Lake Ozark Retirement Center in Osage Beach, Mo. She was born May 7, 1927, at Yount, Mo., daughter of Albert and Myrtle Conrad Yount. She and Robert L. Ochs were married Jan. 13, 1946. He died Nov. 11, 1970...
Births 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
Kolwyck Daughter to Brandon Lee and Amanda Brooke Kolwyck of Marston, Mo., Saint Francis Medical Center, 12:27 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2008. Name, Morgan Brooke. Weight, 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Mrs. Kolwyck is the former Amanda Martinez, daughter of Catina and Gabriel Lara of Scott City and Scott Martinez of Sikeston, Mo. Kolwyck is the son of Cara and Michael Hamra of Sikeston and Steven Kolwyck of Marston...
Police report 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
The Cape Girardeau Police department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n A subject is in custody pending charges for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. n David E. Hufford, 44, 105 N. Clark Ave., Apt. 308, was arrested on suspicion of stealing...
Fire report 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday: n At 12:12 am, still alarm at 1370 Cousin St. n At 1:59 am, emergency medical service in the 500 block of South Sprigg Street. n At 4:41 am, emergency medical service in the 2100 block of Independence Street...
Out of the past 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
25 years ago: Sept. 19, 1983 Southeast Missouri lending institutions will have about $17.5 million worth of low-interest loans available for single-family home purchases, following the approval of a bond issue to fund the loans; the bonds will be sold under a special state program to encourage home sales through the financing of low-interest, long-term loans...
The road to injustice (09/19/08)
Almost seven decades ago Missourians grew tired of seeing their Supreme Court judges selected by a handful of corrupt powerbrokers. Enterprising Missourians implemented the Missouri Plan, which established an independent commission that would nominate Supreme Court judges. Those nominees would be forwarded to the governor, who would then appoint a judge. The plan was supposed to reflect the will of the people and include sufficient checks and balances to prevent abuse...
Residents' rights week (09/19/08)
Oct. 5-11 is National Long-Term Care Residents' Rights Week, a time to acknowledge the contributions many long-term care residents have made to better our community. This year's theme, Recipe for Home: Creating and Defining Home in Long-Term Care Facilities, emphasizes the importance of empowering residents of long-term care facilities to define what home means to them and for others to honor their choices. ...
Detective 101: Simple crimes, simple ideas (09/19/08)
Good morning, class. Welcome to Detective 101. I hope you all had fun with your assignment, which was to analyze the clues in the Case of the Purloined Fire Engine. So let's start with some of the assumptions you've made. Jim, tell us what you've concluded based on the fact that a big, red firetruck with flashing lights and a siren and everything from the East County Fire Protection District was found by Cape Girardeau police parked in the 1400 block of North Henderson Avenue...
Thorngate decision makes it kind of tough around here (09/19/08)
One, two, three, what are we fighting for? The next stop could be Vietnam or some other exotic destination. Hartmarx is the parent company of the makers of Hart Schaffner Marx suits and other lines of clothing. It claims to be the largest suit maker in America today. Hart Schaffner Marx also touts that its suits are carried in more than 1,000 stores in America and that its suits meet the high standard for being considered a fine clothier. Only the best for the best!...
A great fair (09/19/08)
In a modern world filled with all sorts of high-tech distractions, it's good to see that something like the SEMO District Fair -- even after 153 years -- can still draw good crowds. One of the biggest factors affecting fair attendance, of course, is the weather. For years, fairgoers have expected as least one good storm to move through the area during the fair. It's almost a tradition. But this year's fair weather was dry and comfortable...
Speak out 9/19/08 (09/19/08)
Plan for change I SEE that Southeast Missouri State University is having a lecture to make the case for climate change. That makes as much sense as my making a case for the sun rising and setting. The issue never has been whether the climate is changing or whether we are in a cycle of warming climate change. ...
Girl Scouts Donate to Birthright (09/19/08)
Humans bed? (09/19/08)
This trio of misfits found their way into my home one by one, and my space in the bed has gotten smaller and smaller.
Chow time (09/19/08)
These siblings get along so well, they can share a bowl of food.
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