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Stories from Sunday, October 12, 2008

Fall festivals in Cape, Frohna attract crowds (10/12/08)
Festivals from Frohna, Mo., to downtown Cape Girardeau were attended by people out to enjoy fall, celebrate neighborhoods and remember their forefathers. The 28th annual Saxon Lutheran Memorial fall festival, held Saturday in Frohna, had activities from log splitting to rope making to preparing food in old-fashioned kettles...
Holcomb may ban teacher contact with students outside of school (10/12/08)
HOLCOMB, Mo. -- Holcomb School District superintendent Jeff Bullock and other staff members are looking into creating a policy that would prohibit teachers from having contact with students outside the school, in an effort to make sure that no teacher can be falsely accused of having anything more than a professional relationship with the students...
Man dies after barge accident in Cape Girardeau (10/12/08)
A Chaffee, Mo., man died shortly after emergency personnel responded to a report of a rescue needed at 12:19 p.m. Saturday at Buzzi Unicem, 2524 S. Sprigg St. in Cape Girardeau. On arrival, Cape Girardeau fire, police and emergency medical workers discovered that a worker had fallen into an empty hopper barge, according to Sgt. Rick Schmidt of the Cape Girardeau Police Department...
New York dance company performs at Bedell Hall Saturday (10/12/08)
ELIZABETH DODD ~ edodd@semissourian.com Battleworks Dance Company from New York performs a work called "Reel Time" on Saturday at the Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus. The performance began about 20 minutes late; the audience had to be evacuated when the fire alarm was set off due to a fog machine...
Drug sweep Friday at Poplar Bluff High School finds marijuana, pills (10/12/08)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Bags of suspected marijuana, packaged for sale, and prescription pills were found in a Poplar Bluff High School student's truck Friday during a canine search of the school buildings and grounds. "Since we had retired our dog, Argo, we had not been to the school lately," said Poplar Bluff police chief Danny Whiteley. ...
Vice President Dick Cheney coming to Cape Girardeau for Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder fundraiser (10/12/08)
Vice President Dick Cheney will visit Cape Girardeau later this month for a private fundraiser to benefit Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder. According to the invitation, individuals will pay $250 each to attend a reception Oct. 20 at the home of lawyer and conservative author David Limbaugh. Big spenders will be able to get their picture taken with Cheney for $1,250 for individuals and $2,500 for couples...
About a third of Southeast Missouri State University faculty will be eligible to retire by 2011 (10/12/08)
An economic crisis may be keeping some aging professors from retiring, but a large-scale exodus is still imminent, a public policy expert says. At Southeast Missouri State University, 34 percent of faculty will be eligible to retire by 2011, a result of baby boomers hitting their 60s. The percentage largely mirrors a national trend...
Phase 1 of new Jackson ball field almost done (10/12/08)
As he watched baseball players and coaches lay sod Saturday morning on the future Whitey Herzog Stadium, Jack Litzelfelner Jr. couldn't help but smile. "When I look across this field and see all of the volunteers from different demographics come together, it's exciting," he said. "That exemplifies a community spirit that is hard to put into words."...
Conway family gives visitors view of farm life (10/12/08)
LEBANON, Mo. -- What do you get when you cross a working dairy farm with a corn maze and a pumpkin patch? Well, in the Conway area you get Gunter Farms Pumpkin Patch and Maze. The Lloyd and Jane Gunter farm is one of hundreds of farms across the nation that is converting some of their everyday life into experiences in agriculture for those nonfarmers through agritourism...
Missouri e-mail back-up system had limitations (10/12/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missourians may never know whether employees of Gov. Matt Blunt -- or in any other state office -- wrongly deleted government e-mails. Depositions in a lawsuit against Blunt reveal that the state's backup e-mail system in place until recently took only a once-a-day snapshot of e-mails on state computer servers. That means state employees could delete e-mails with no record of ever sending or receiving them...
Mo. man swims 20 miles in 20 hours for charity (10/12/08)
CAMDENTON, Mo. -- He can't even crawl out of bed. He has to slide. At this point Trevor Dowdney is in pain, able to move his legs but can barely lift his hands to shave. It's been two days since Dowdney completed his 20-mile swim down the main channel of Lake of the Ozarks, and while he is exhausted, he's too uncomfortable to sleep...
Carthage, Mo., grandmother's curiosity quashes telephone scam (10/12/08)
CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Delpha Speak has 13 grandchildren and she didn't think it was completely implausible that one of her grandsons-in-law would call her to say he was in trouble. The 72-year-old Carthage retiree could tell something was wrong, and she wanted to do whatever she could to help. But it was that concern that almost caught her up in what the state attorney general's office said is a common scam targeting older people...
Jobless benefits, food stamp money possible in aid plan (10/12/08)
WASHINGTON -- After consulting with Barack Obama, Democratic leaders are likely to call Congress back to work after the election in hopes of passing legislation that would include extended jobless benefits, money for food stamps and possibly a tax rebate, officials said Saturday...
Apollo 12 astronaut to show artwork at Johnson library (10/12/08)
AUSTIN, Texas -- Alan Bean always had a creative streak: as a child, tinkering with his model airplanes until they became perfect little replicas of the real thing and, later, proposing aircraft paint designs during his military career. After he became an astronaut, he took evening art classes as his pilot training allowed. But once he left NASA in 1981 after 18 years, Bean began his artistic career in earnest, mining his own memories to capture images of faraway worlds...
What happens after you flush: Rhode Island offers new tour of 'facilities' (10/12/08)
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Ever wonder what happens after you yank the chain on the old commode? Rhode Island is offering educational programs and tours of several wastewater treatment facilities during what its dubbed the first annual "Rhode Island Water Infrastructure Month."...
Washington state weighs lethal meds for terminally ill (10/12/08)
OLYMPIA, Wash. -- The emotionally charged battle over end-of-life decisions has taken to the airwaves as Washington state voters decide whether to allow doctors to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients. Recent TV and radio ads by opponents feature actor Martin Sheen, who calls the measure a "dangerous idea" that could be used by the most vulnerable in society. ...
Playing card collection includes 6,356 decks (10/12/08)
NEW YORK -- The collection spans 50 countries and four centuries and touches on subjects ranging from beer marketing to 19th-century Portuguese politics. Columbia University has a collection of playing cards that is among the world's largest, a trove of 6,356 decks that the Ivy League institution painstakingly catalogued this spring after they were donated to the school by an eccentric collector...
Bush, allies seek to calm jittery investors (10/12/08)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush and foreign financial officials displayed joint resolve Saturday to combat the unfolding financial crisis, hoping to calm investors whose panic has spread despite bold and accelerating government action. Yet there was no concrete offer of new moves when Bush spoke on a Rose Garden stage just after daybreak, flanked by representatives from nearly a dozen nations and international organizations. ...
N.Y. election mix-up: 'Osama' typo printed on absentee ballot (10/12/08)
TROY, N.Y. -- Who is running for president? In an upstate New York county, hundreds of voters have been sent absentee ballots in which they could vote for "Barack Osama." The absentee ballots sent to voters in Rensselaer County identified the two presidential candidates as "Barack Osama" and "John McCain." In the United States, the best-known individual named Osama is Osama bin Laden, leader of the al Qaida terrorist group behind the 2001 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center in New York City.. ...
Lost manatee headed to Fla. after rescue (10/12/08)
DENNIS, Mass. -- A wayward manatee is headed home to Florida after being pulled from frigid Cape Cod waters in an early morning rescue. The juvenile male manatee wandered into Sesuit Harbor near Dennis, Mass., last week. Wildlife officials decided to pull him out Saturday, fearing for his health in the chilly water...
Hurricane Norbert slams into Mexico's southern Baja coast (10/12/08)
PUERTO SAN CARLOS, Mexico -- Hurricane Norbert swept across Mexico's southern Baja California peninsula on Saturday with torrential rains and screaming winds, forcing scores of people to flee flooded homes. The Category 2 hurricane, with winds of up to 100 mph, hit land near Puerto Charley on Baja's southwest coast and was emerging hours later over the Gulf of California, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami. Norbert was expected to reach mainland Mexico on Saturday night...
European leaders meet to coordinate on financial meltdown (10/12/08)
PARIS -- European leaders are meeting today to search for a common response to the spreading financial crisis which has ricocheted across the Atlantic to their shores and to try to preserve the bloc's unity. It could be a complex exercise for the 15 heads of state or government of the eurozone, where the euro currency is used, because of the varied financial landscape in each country...
Official: 3,000 Christians flee Mosul (10/12/08)
BAGHDAD -- Hundreds of terrified Christian families have fled Mosul to escape extremist attacks that have increased despite months of U.S. and Iraqi military operations to secure the northern Iraqi city, political and religious officials said Saturday...
Zimbabwe's president claims several key ministries (10/12/08)
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, locked in a standoff with the opposition in power-sharing talks, has gone ahead and laid claim to all key ministries as he tries to retain his iron grip on the struggling southern African nation...
N. Korea off U.S. terrorism blacklist (10/12/08)
WASHINGTON -- After North Korea relented on nuclear inspection demands, the U.S. on Saturday erased from a terrorism blacklist the communist country President Bush once branded part of an "axis of evil." The U.S. step, assailed by some conservatives who say it is sketchy and rewards North Korea's bad behavior, is aimed at salvaging a faltering disarmament accord before President Bush leaves office in January...
Netherlands, Iceland reach deal on deposits (10/12/08)
REYKJAVIK, Iceland -- The Dutch and Icelandic governments reached an agreement Saturday over how to compensate Dutch depositors at one of Iceland's troubled banks. Under the deal, the Icelandic government will compensate each Dutch depositor up to a maximum of 20,887 euros ($28,281.60). The Netherlands is offering a loan to Iceland to make that possible...
U.S. controls bird flu vaccines over bioweapon fears (10/12/08)
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- When Indonesia's health minister stopped sending bird flu viruses to a research laboratory in the U.S. for fear Washington could use them to make biological weapons, Defense Secretary Robert Gates laughed and called it "the nuttiest thing" he'd ever heard...
Elephants in Kenya sending text messages to rangers (10/12/08)
OL PEJETA, Kenya -- The text message from the elephant flashed across Richard Lesowapir's screen: Kimani was heading for neighboring farms. The huge bull elephant had a long history of raiding villagers' crops during the harvest, sometimes wiping out six months of income at a time. ...
Reinagel tosses no-hitter to lead Notre Dame (10/12/08)
Notre Dame coach Jeff Graviett said whenever junior Lauren Reinagel pitches, the entire Bulldogs defense is thinking about a no-hitter. "Those kids take it as a team no-hitter," Graviett said. "They go out there and want to make the plays and they stay on their toes."...
Oran gets better of host Delta in Class 1 (10/12/08)
DELTA -- The Oran softball team found its offense in the Class 1 District 1 softball tournament. Now the Eagles will try to use their bats to win a state playoff game for the first time. Oran, playing fall softball for only the second season, repeated as district champions Saturday afternoon, thumping top-seeded Delta 8-1...
Dock silences Crystal City in title game (10/12/08)
BENTON -- Kelly starter Danielle Dock felt relaxed when she took the mound to pitch the second inning against Crystal City on Saturday morning. The junior hurler was playing in her first district title game and admitted she felt nervous at the start of the contest. But the Hawks' offense provided the perfect remedy, scoring six times in the bottom of the first inning, leaving Dock with enough run support to stay calm and collected. She went on to pitch a two-hitter...
Jackson sophomore offers quiet leadership (10/12/08)
Jackson sophomore swimmer Ryan Gibson already has earned state-qualifying times in six different events this season, but he rarely talks about his success. His mother, Chris Gibson, said that before her son joined the Indians team, many of Ryan's friends were unaware that he even was a swimmer, despite competing in the sport since he was 4 years old...
Gramling wins meet MVP honors (10/12/08)
Sam Gramling made the most of swimming in his home meet. The Central junior won the 500 freestyle in a school-record time (4 minutes, 50.05 seconds), helping him win the Cape Rock Invitational meet MVP award Saturday at the Central bubble. He added a victory in the 200 freestyle as well. The Tigers finished sixth in the team standings...
Tigers capture title in tennis (10/12/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Central seniors Kristi Lazarova and Christen Edmonds capped what already was a special day in dramatic fashion Saturday at the Class 2 District 1 tennis tournament at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center in Forest Park. Lazarova and Edmonds earned a bid to the state tournament Oct. 24 and 25 in Springfield with a three-set win in the semifinals over Jackson's Erinne Haff and Alison Keiper 4-6, 6-1, 6-2...
Tigers falter in final (10/12/08)
POPLAR BLUFF -- Hillsboro scored twice in the bottom of the seventh and walked away with a 2-1 win over Central in the Class 4 District 1 championship game at Bacon Park. "They put the ball in play when they had to put the ball in play," Central coach Amy Blattel said. "I thought our girls played a very good game."...
Black team wins Game 2 of Steak and Beans (10/12/08)
The Black team rallied to defeat the Gray team 11-10 on Saturday in Game 2 of the Southeast Missouri State baseball program's Steak and Beans World Series. Daniel Schuh allowed eight runs, six earned, over two innings to pick up the win on the mound. Jim Klocke picked up the save...
Governors rough up Redhawks (10/12/08)
Austin Peay wasted little time dispatching the Southeast Missouri State volleyball team Saturday afternoon. The Governors cruised past the host Redhawks in three games in their Ohio Valley Conference match. Southeast never led in the final game. Claire Keaton led the Redhawks with 12 kills, while Aubrey Dondlinger added 11...
Rays even series with 9-8 win in 11 innings (10/12/08)
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- B.J. Upton and the Tampa Bay Rays won a game of home run derby with a shallow fly ball. Pinch-runner Fernando Perez dashed home on Upton's sacrifice fly in the 11th inning and the Rays outlasted the Boston Red Sox 9-8 early Sunday, evening the AL championship series at one game each...
Elegant place (10/12/08)
Located in the Lexington Place subdivision, this home is close to all Cape Girardeau amenities, including West Park Mall and shopping on Kingshighway. Outdoor landscaping accents this ranch home's style and curbside appeal. Arches and paned glass windows with transoms set the home apart from others. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an unfinished basement with wiring, plumbing and roughed-in walls will suit a family with plans to grow and define its own space...
Everything but the kitchen sink... or maybe that too (10/12/08)
Once upon a time, long ago, brides to be would march to the local jeweler or department store and register for fine china, sterling silver and perhaps even crystal with which to begin married life. Now, nearly anything goes and nearly every retail store has a gift registry, often computerized. Major department stores and discount department outlets are popular with modern brides who register for small kitchen appliances, everyday dinnerware and flatware, linens and towels...
What's happening today 10/12/08 (10/12/08)
St. Denis serves chicken and dumplings, kettle beef at dinner Chicken and dumplings, kettle beef, chicken and dressing, sweet potatoes, buttered potatoes, green beans, corn, slaw and homemade desserts are on the menu at the annual St. Denis Day all-you-can-eat family-style dinner from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the parish center in Benton, Mo. Carry-outs will be available. The price will be discounted for children 6 to 12; children 5 and under eat free. For more information, call 573-545-3017...
Cottonwood worker saves woman's life with CPR; Red Cross training sessions set for later this month (10/12/08)
Good Will on Wheels. That's what Rose Neal's coworkers call her. Neal, a child psychiatric care supervisor at Cottonwood Residential Treatment Center, has a copy of CPR procedure on the back of her employee ID badge. She didn't need to use it when she administered CPR Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, to a woman walking down Sprigg Street...
Homemaker of the Year Award goes to Cape Girardeau woman (10/12/08)
At the Missouri Council of In-Home Services annual banquet, Wanda Harmon of American HomeCare Management in Cape Girardeau received the "Homemaker of the Year Award" for outstanding service in caring for her elderly/disabled clients in their homes. ...
United Way hopes to encourage more leaders with riverfront event (10/12/08)
"I love helping people," said Samantha Richardson a 22-year-old Southeast Missouri Hospital employee who lives in Cape Girardeau. Just a few semesters away from completing her nursing degree, Richardson believes her career puts her closest to doing what she loves...
Children offer simple comfort to grieving families (10/12/08)
School children at Trinity Lutheran School donated cases of tissue boxes to area funeral homes recently. They personalized the boxes with hand-drawn artwork and wrote a Bible verse for grieving families on tablet paper they attached to the boxes. Principal Diane Maurer said the outreach project was based on the Beatitudes...
Four men enlist in Missouri Army National Guard (10/12/08)
Four men currently serving with Company E of the Recruit Sustainment Program in Cape Girardeau have enlisted in the Missouri Army National Guard. The program teaches recruits basic Army skills and makes them more familiar with their role as a soldier in the Missouri Army National Guard...
Marine unit returns to Missouri (10/12/08)
Marine Corps Cpl. Brandon J. Patrick, whose wife, Courtney, is the daughter of Cheryl Baker of Charleston, Mo., and Rick Barfield of Jefferson City, Mo., along with fellow Marines and sailors of 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, recently completed a seven-month deployment to Al Anbar province, Iraq. ...
Social dances still popular with people of all ages (10/12/08)
The music starts up with a lively beat -- guitar, banjo and fiddle. What people call toe-tapping music. It's Saturday night and the Cape Friends of Traditional Music and Dance are lining up to do-si-do and allemand to lively tunes from The Old Cornlickers. It's not a square dance; the group is Contra dancing...
Ada Holmes (10/12/08)
Ada Holmes SIKESTON, Mo. -- Ada Katherine Holmes, 97, of Sikeston, formerly of Olive Branch, Ill., died Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008, at Clearview Nursing Center in Sikeston. She was born Oct. 5, 1911, at Olive Branch, daughter of Smith Henderson and Nancy Oller Denfip...
Roy English (10/12/08)
Roy English SIKESTON, Mo. -- Roy Bernard English, 82, of Canalou, Mo., died Friday, Oct. 10, 2008, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston. He was born July 18, 1926, in Canalou, son of N.C. and Velda Hart Allen. He and Louise Davidson were married Aug. 31, 1951, at Piggott, Ark...
Joann Arnold (10/12/08)
Joann Arnold JONESBORO, Ill. -- Joann Arnold, 63, of Wichita Falls, Texas, formerly of Jonesboro, died Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2008, at United Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls. She was born April 2, 1945, in Valmeyer, Ill., daughter of Louis L. and Verda Thompson Wild. She married Willis "Bud" Arnold...
Curtis Kelley (10/12/08)
Curtis Kelley Curtis D. "Skip" Kelley Sr., 73, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born May 16, 1935, in Blodgett, Mo., son of Curtis A. and Velma Mae Watson Kelley. He and June Linebarger were married Nov. 6, 1955, in Jackson...
Blanche Reilly (10/12/08)
Blanche Reilly GLENALLEN, Mo. -- Blanche Margarete Reilly, 91, of Glenallen died Oct. 10, 2008, at her home. She was born Feb. 4, 1917, near Lutesville, Mo., daughter of Greene L. and Blanch Steele Myers. On Feb. 26, 1933, she married Joseph A. Reilly at St. John Catholic Church in Leopold, Mo. He predeceased her on June 18, 2001...
Sloan - Steele (10/12/08)
Jessica Ann Sloan and Dr. Michael P. Steele were united in marriage June 28, 2008, at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Louis. The Rev. Jason Rust performed the ceremony. Organist was Wes Kassulke of St. Louis, and soloist was Paige Lewis of Bloomington, Ill...
Stuebe - Dewrock (10/12/08)
Amy Lynn Stuebe and Danny Lee Dewrock Jr. were married Feb. 16, 2008, at Crossroads Fellowship in Jackson. Brian Anderson performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Stephen and Luanne Stuebe of Herrin, Ill. The groom is the son of Danny and Ann Dewrock of Cape Girardeau...
Parker - Burrows (10/12/08)
Lindsey Yvonne Parker and Michael Allen Burrows were united in marriage Sept. 27, 2008, at the home of her father and stepmother in Newport News, Va. Ben Collett performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Yvonne Parker of Jackson and Roger and Denise Parker of Newport News. The groom is the son of Georgia and Travis Day Sr. of Ironton, Mo., and the late Stephen Burrows...
Sturm - Trout (10/12/08)
Traci Anne Sturm and Andy Keith Trout were united in marriage Sept. 27, 2008, at Crossroads Church in Jackson. Brian Anderson performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Gary and Anne Rees of Jackson. The groom is the son of Ernestine Trout of Clarkton, Mo...
Clubb - Cain (10/12/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. — Verna Clubb of Perryville announces the engagement of her daughter, Keshia Dannielle Clubb, to Sean Michael Cain. He is the son of Michael and Tracey Cain of Raymore, Mo. Clubb is also the daughter of the late Ray Clubb. Clubb is a 2003 graduate of St. Vincent de Paul High School, and 2007 graduate of Missouri State University in Springfield. She is employed in marketing at SRC Holdings Inc., and is pursuing a master's degree...
Rodgers - 30 years (10/12/08)
Mr. and Mrs. Don Rodgers of Gordonville celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary with a surprise reception in their honor Oct. 11, 2008, at First Church of the Nazarene. The event was hosted by their children. Rodgers and Linda Cook were married Oct. 11, 1978, at First Church of the Nazarene...
Eilers - 50 years (10/12/08)
Richard and Barbara Eilers of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently by renewing their vows and a dinner. Hosts were their niece, Dee Dee Stevens and husband Brad. The ceremony was performed by Nathan Meade, a great-nephew...
Police report 10/12/08 (10/12/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI n Jay Jackson, no age given, 45 S. West End Blvd., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Thefts n A cell phone was reported stolen at 1000 S. Silver Springs Road...
Fire report 10/12/08 (10/12/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: n At 6:35 p.m., emergency medical service in the 300 block of North Sprigg Street. n At 7:08 p.m., emergency medical service in the 100 block of Clark Avenue. Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday:...
Out of the past 10/12/08 (10/12/08)
25 years ago: Oct. 12, 1983 WASHINGTON -- Rep. Bill Emerson has turned down an offer for a quick settlement of the dispute over how much land to include in Southeast Missouri's Irish Wilderness, and the issue appears headed for a House-Senate negotiating committee...
His and Hers: Step aside, ma'am, I'm on a mission (10/12/08)
Husband-and-wife journalists Bob Miller and Callie Clark Miller use this space to offer their views on everyday issues. SHE SAID The moment is tense. Only carefully enforced self-restraint keeps Bob from honking the horn. If you watch closely, you'll note his palms twitching with the need to blast out his frustration on the steering wheel...
Focus on the Family: Action, not anger, key to disciplining teens (10/12/08)
Dear Dr. Dobson: Generally speaking, what kind of discipline do you use with a teenager who is habitually miserable to live with? Dear Reader: The general rule is to use action -- not anger -- to reach an understanding. Any time you can get teenagers to do what is necessary without becoming furious at them, you are ahead of the game. Let me provide a few examples of how this might be accomplished...
Invest in reading (10/12/08)
Imagine a test with this arithmetic problem: John has a dozen apples. On the way to school he eats one of the apples. After lunch he eats another apple and gives an apple to his friend, Bob. On the way home from school, John drops the sack of apples, and two more apples are lost. How many apples does John have when he gets home?...
Speak Out 10/12/08 (10/12/08)
Biofuel in crisis BIOFUEL PLANTS are in a crisis just like every other new business. If a plant is not old enough to have paid the debt, it will not be able to make money with prices going up and down like a roller coaster. The good news is that interest rates and crop prices are way down. The bad news is that producers will not be able to grow crops in 2009 at today's prices...
Alpha Delta Pi holds first 5K race! (10/12/08)
Little Red. (10/12/08)
Local Athletes Win at Union County (IL) Colorfest Biathlon (10/12/08)
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