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Notre Dame students forgo fall comedy for Holocaust drama (11/06/08)
Forget the annual fall comedy at Notre Dame Regional High School this year. When the house lights go down tonight, students will be tackling a genre much deeper and darker. "And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank" tells the story of two Holocaust survivors: Frank's boyfriend, Ed Silverberg, and Frank's friend and neighbor, Eva Schloss. Students say they have been haunted by scenes...
Gas drops below $2 in Cape (11/06/08)
As the price of gas at Kidd's dipped below $2, motorists reading the sign from the afternoon traffic on Broadway swung into the parking lot toward the pumps. The price dropped to $1.99 around 1 p.m. Thursday, about a nine-cent decrease in the past 24 hours, a clerk at Kidd's said...
Proposed Cape Girardeau County paving plan suggests new funding sources (11/06/08)
The Cape Girardeau County road and bridge advisory board is asking for $2.5 million to put hard surfaces on 14 miles of roads in 2009. Proposition 1 funds will provide less than $1.5 million; the board has suggested a few other funding sources. County commissioners learned Monday the advisory board hopes to add nearly $1 million to the budget, drawing from the $305,000 FEMA reimbursement to the county's highway department's work after the ice storms and floods this year; an estimated $225,300 in interest earned on the account for Prop 1 and the county's emergency fund; and $340,000 in excess Prop 1 money from the county sheriff's department.. ...
Local Model United Nations gives students international perspective (11/06/08)
For 17 years, Model United Nations has turned high school students into delegates tasked with fostering world peace and stability. Participants are assigned countries, which they must research to determine positions. Sessions follow actual UN procedure and the simulation is meant to be as authentic as possible.Each year about 350 students from across Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois attend. ...
Global Entrepreneurship Week part of university's innovation efforts (11/06/08)
James Stapleton believes that for students to survive in today's competitive global market they must develop an entrepreneurial mindset. To help his students, Southeast Missouri State University's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies -- where Stapleton is director -- has launched a yearlong initiative to help collegians of all majors and others in the community further their innovation skills...
Arkansas men injured in early morning accident (11/06/08)
Two Arkansas residents were injured this morning in a two-car accident on Interstate 55, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash reports website.The accident occurred five miles north of Fruitland at around 6 a.m. ...
Cape Girardeau DREAM partners to answer questions today (11/06/08)
The partners in Cape Girardeau's DREAM Initiative will hold an open house from 5 to 7:30 p.m. today at the new home of the Children's Museum at 502 Broadway. Representatives of Old Town Cape, city government and the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce will be available to answer questions about the initiative, a state-sponsored program that provides planning assistance and priority in grants to revitalize the core areas of smaller cities across the state. ...
Southeast Missouri State University names interim replacement for VP (11/06/08)
Dr. Gerald McDougall, dean of the business college at Southeast Missouri State University, was named interim vice president for university advancement Wednesday. He will also serve as the interim executive director of the university's foundation. McDougall temporarily replaces Wayne Smith, who accepted a job at Saint Francis Medical Center. ...
Business leaders to receive update on university at First Friday Coffee (11/06/08)
Southeast Missouri State University president Dr. Ken Dobbins will update business leaders on the progress of the institution at the monthly Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce First Friday Coffee on Friday at the Show Me Center. The program will begin at 7:40 a.m. and is sponsored by CPU Inc. and the Southeast Missourian...
Former postmaster's estate benefits university (11/06/08)
The Southeast Missouri University Foundation has received a partial payment of $2 million from the estate of Wilver W. Wessel to benefit the Wilver W. and Dolores H. Wessel Scholarship awarded to students in the Donald L. Harrison College of Business...
Police: Two more shot near South Hanover Street in Cape Girardeau (11/06/08)
Cape Girardeau police responded to a shooting Tuesday night on Bloomfield Street near South Hanover Street, said Sgt. Barry Hovis, spokesman for the police department. Two men, one a teenager, were wounded in Tuesday's incident; Hovis said little else is known...
Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder says his win shows value of reaching out to Democratic voting blocs (11/06/08)
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder of Cape Girardeau was the only Republican to escape a Democratic sweep of statewide offices in Tuesday's election, a victory he said showed the value of reaching out to minorities and other traditionally Democratic voting blocs...
Highway 74 reduced to one lane Friday (11/06/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. — Highway 74 in Cape Girardeau County will be reduced to one lane while MoDOT crews perform concrete repairs, starting at 9 a.m. Friday. This section of road is located between the intersection of Sprigg Street and Fountain Street in Cape Girardeau...
Accident near Trail of Tears State Park sends man to Cape Girardeau hospital (11/06/08)
A Cape Girardeau man was injured earlier this morning as the vehicle he was driving near Trail of Tears State Park ran off the right side of the roadway and overturned, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash reports website. ...
Democrats gain ground in Southeast Missouri (11/06/08)
The effort was unprecedented for Cape Girardeau County and Southeast Missouri. U.S. Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign opened an office in May on Broadway, more than two months before he was officially named the Democratic Party nominee. Office staff and volunteers were packing up Wednesday after organizing dozens of volunteer teams, signing up thousands of new voters and using every resource to make sure those newly registered voters went to the polls...
Gov. Blunt wants e-mail lawsuit to be dismissed (11/06/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- An attorney representing Gov. Matt Blunt against a lawsuit over access to his office's e-mail records urges a state trial judge to dismiss the case. The lawsuit is being pursued by a bipartisan team of lawyers selected by Cole County Judge Richard Callahan. ...
Walden gets life in prison for Ford murder (11/06/08)
MARSHALL, Mo. — In a Jackson County court proceeding Wednesday, Judge Marco A. Roldan handed down a life sentence to Joshua C. Walden, 28, of Warsaw, Mo., for the murder of Steve A. Ford in October 2006.Walden also will serve a concurrent sentence of 30 years on a related charge of armed criminal action.Wednesday's sentencing was the result of a plea agreement that reduced the original charge of first-degree murder to second-degree murder.In his testimony Wednesday, Walden said he shot Ford, "3 or 4 times," when the two argued at Ford's home. ...
Trial date in Welty case postponed (11/06/08)
CLAYTON, Mo. - The first-degree murder trial of a 15-year-old southeast Missouri boy is postponed.Owen Welty of Bloomfield, Mo., was set to be tried Monday in St. Louis County on a change of venue. ...
Stocks plunge as recession worries resurface (11/06/08)
NEW YORK -- A case of postelection nerves sent Wall Street plunging Wednesday as investors looked past Barack Obama's presidential election and returned to fears of a deep and protracted recession. The Dow Jones industrials fell nearly 500 points, and all the major indexes tumbled more than 5 percent...
Democrats in Congress wary of overreaching (11/06/08)
WASHINGTON -- President-elect Barack Obama is facing a Congress with bulked-up Democratic majorities in both the House and Senate to put much of his agenda into law. Obama will inherit a Congress with Democratic House and Senate majorities comparable to those enjoyed by President Clinton when the party last controlled both Congress and the White House in 1992. ...
Governor-elect Jay Nixon claims health-care mandate (11/06/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Basking in victory after years of campaigning, governor-elect Jay Nixon plans to spend some time focusing on football and fishing before launching an effort to expand government spending on health care and college scholarships. Nixon on Wednesday claimed a voter mandate for an "agenda of progress for Missouri," topped by reversing the 2005 Medicaid cuts, enacting a tuition-free college grant program and expanding job opportunities...
Republicans hold Missouri Legislature (11/06/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Republicans were swept out of nearly every statewide office, but they increased their majority in the Senate and held on to power in the House. Going into the election, Republicans held 92 of the 163 seats in the House, where it takes 82 members to control the chamber. Half of the 34-member state Senate also was up for election, where Republicans held a 20-14 advantage over Democrats...
Gay-rights activists challenge passage of marriage amendment in California (11/06/08)
LOS ANGELES -- In a defeat for the gay-rights movement, California voters put a stop to gay marriage, creating uncertainty about the legal status of 18,000 same-sex couples who tied the knot during a four-month window of opportunity opened by the state's highest court...
Plane passenger restrained with duct tape (11/06/08)
RALEIGH, N.C. -- An airline crew used duct tape to keep a passenger in her seat because they say she became unruly, fighting flight attendants and grabbing other passengers, forcing the flight to land in North Carolina. Maria Esther Castillo, 45, of Oswego, N.Y., is due in court today, charged with resisting arrest and interfering with the operations of a flight crew aboard United Airlines Flight 645, from Puerto Rico to Chicago...
Voter turnout falls short in Missouri (11/06/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Voters in the swing state of Missouri set new voting records but failed to meet turnout projections. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan's office reports a record 2.9 million ballots were cast in Tuesday's general election. But the nearly 70 percent of eligible voters casting ballots fell short of the projections of 76 percent...
Rice off to Middle East as peace deadline approaches (11/06/08)
WASHINGTON -- Fighting irrelevance and a ticking clock, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice embarked Wednesday on yet another Middle East peacemaking trip, hoping to secure fragile Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and leave a viable process for the President-elect Barack Obama's administration...
Mo. splits tickets between GOP, Dems; presidential race too close to call (11/06/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- As the nation tips toward Democrats, Missouri apparently still hangs in the balance. Republican John McCain held a small lead Wednesday over Democratic president-elect Barack Obama in Missouri, bucking a national trend in which Obama turned red states blue while Democrats added to their majorities in Congress...
Officials say Mexico jet crash likely an accident (11/06/08)
MEXICO CITY -- A fiery plane crash into rush-hour traffic claimed the life of Mexico's most powerful official after the president, a heavy blow to the government's escalating battle against drug cartels. Officials say all indications are that the crash was an accident, but they vowed to investigate thoroughly to rule out the possibility of an attack and brought in U.S. and British investigators to help...
St. Vincent's season ends with loss to Valle (11/06/08)
STE. GENEVIEVE — Valle Catholic expected a much tougher test from St. Vincent than what the Indians presented the first time the teams played. St. Vincent delivered Wednesday. Valle and St. Vincent slugged it out in a first-round Class 1 playoff game that hung in the balance entering the final period...
Bell City's Long turns defense into offense (11/06/08)
BELL CITY -- Senior Sherilyn Long has played just about everywhere. She has been moved from libero to outside hitter back to libero over the past two seasons. Back on her junior high school team, when she was a seventh-grader, Long won the offensive player award as a star middle hitter...
Saxony Lutheran reaches district title game (11/06/08)
The Saxony Lutheran boys soccer team defeated Bayless 2-1 in two overtimes Wednesday to advance to the championship game of the Class 1 District 1 tournament at John F. Kennedy High School in Chesterfield, Mo. Ross Gage and Andrew Etzoldt scored the goals for the Crusaders (18-7)...
Jackson wins Class 5 regional game in double overtime (11/06/08)
CREVE COEUR -- Drew Bucher and the Jackson football team went from the thrill of what seemed like certain victory to the agony of what looked like defeat, back to victory in a span of about 30 minutes Wednesday night in a 38-30 double-overtime win at Chaminade...
Black athletes eased Obama's path to White House (11/06/08)
Sport can't cause a society to change course suddenly, the way this earthquake of an election can. Instead, like an aftershock, sport produces ripples that nudge people in a different direction. It's far from the biggest reason Barack Obama was swept to the threshold of the White House late Tuesday night. The civil-rights movement, political realities and the inclusion of blacks in the military had much more to do with making race matter less in this presidential season...
Lions may start Culpepper days after signing the 'retired' QB (11/06/08)
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Detroit Lions tried to be coy about how much Daunte Culpepper practiced Wednesday and whether their new quarterback will play just days after signing. In the locker room, though, it seemed obvious Culpepper is expected to make his Lions debut against the Jacksonville Jaguars...
Green Wave washes away Scott City (11/06/08)
SCOTT CITY — Running back Raphael Jones recently emerged as Malden's go-to guy. Scott City's defense bottled up the little fellow, generously listed at 5 foot 6. The problem for the Rams is that the Green Wave attacked through the air. Malden passed for 138 yards and one score as the Green Wave beat the Rams 24-8 in their Class 2 football regional Wednesday. The Rams finished the season 4-6...
Sports world talks about Obama's win (11/06/08)
Donovan McNabb grew up in Chicago never believing he would see a black man become president. Perhaps that was one reason why the 31-year-old Philadelphia Eagles quarterback didn't register to vote until this election. McNabb, though, had met Barack Obama, believed in his ideas and supported his policies. Watching Obama deliver his victory speech at Grant Park brought back all sorts of memories...
Ste. Gen routs Perryville 50-20 (11/06/08)
STE. GENEVIEVE — Senior quarterback Kory Faulkner created a lot of trouble for the Perryville defensive secondary Wednesday. And Perryville caused a lot of trouble for itself with early mistakes. Faulkner, who is generating interest from several Division I college programs including Southeast Missouri State, completed 27 of 36 passes for 293 yards and four touchdowns, plus ran for two scores and caught one...
Maddux wins his 18th Gold Glove (11/06/08)
NEW YORK — Age is no issue for Greg Maddux when it comes to fielding his position. The 42-year-old pitcher won his record 18th Gold Glove on Wednesday while outfielder Shane Victorino of the World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies was among five first-time winners in the National League...
Star RB must show Haslett he's healthy (11/06/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Burned by Steven Jackson's ineffective play coming off a thigh injury last week after the running back insisted he was ready, St. Louis Rams coach Jim Haslett said Wednesday he'll go with untested backups until Jackson proves it on the field...
New generation looks for hope amid fear (11/06/08)
Nov. 6, 2008 Dear Julie, Millennials is the sci-fi-sounding label that has been placed on the generation now coming of age. They are being studied and analyzed, and not just by advertisers who covet their dollars. People who do what I do, advise and teach college students, have been trying to figure them out as if they were intergalactic travelers, aliens suddenly making themselves at home on planet Earth...
Michael Crichton dies of cancer at 66 (11/06/08)
Michael Crichton, the million-selling author who made scientific research terrifying and irresistible in such thrillers as "Jurassic Park," "Timeline" and "The Andromeda Strain," has died of cancer, his family said. Crichton died Tuesday in Los Angeles at age 66 after privately battling cancer...
New music series at Marquette Terrace provides soundtrack for First Friday artwalk (11/06/08)
The First Friday Art Walk will have soundtrack to accompany it starting Friday. A group has reserved the Marquette Terrace for concerts to be held the first Friday of each month, coinciding with the art walk downtown. The Wrights, who appeared at Old Towne Cape's Tunes at Twilight series June 13, will be the inaugural performers for the new First Friday music series...
Marquette Restaurant and Bar's sophisticated food and decor make it a favorite lunch spot (11/06/08)
In a world of crowded, loud and generic lunch stops, the Marquette Restaurant and Bar serves as a throwback to times when a meal was relaxing and service was personal. They also serve up original dishes for both dinner and lunch with a "rustic American" flavor, according to general manager Jay Holiman...
Opera Bites: Met Live in HD's 'Dr. Atomic' explores bomb's development (11/06/08)
On Saturday, the high-definition broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera will be John Adams' Dr. Atomic. The performance will begin at noon at the Town Plaza Cinema. The encore broadcast will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 19. The opera tells the story of Robert Oppenheimer, the mastermind of the Manhattan Project, which developed the atomic bomb. ...
River City Players end season with family comedy "Charming Billy" (11/06/08)
Those with a thirst for community theater will have one last opportunity to see a performance before the River City Players Group calls it curtains on another season. The group's final performance this season will be "Charming Billy," described as a comedy about "dogs, fleas and family."...
Worth the drive 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
Less than 2 hours away The Fox Theatre, St. Louis For the first time in more than 25 Years, Pink Floyd's legendary rock opera "THE WALL" is being presented live in concert and in its entirety — performed by the talented tribute band The Australian Pink Floyd Show. ...
Stephen Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd' sets up shop at Bedell Performance Hall (11/06/08)
There is the legend of Sweeney Todd. There is also the Tim Burton-directed film with Johnny Depp in the title role, and then there is the Stephen Sondheim stage musical, "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," which will be performed at the Bedell Performance Hall at the Southeast Missouri State University River Campus...
ARTifacts 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
ARTifacts Tickets for the laugh man on sale @SL_body_copy_ragged:Tickets for Jerry Seinfeld's stand-up comedy show go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. Yadda, yadda, yadda Seinfeld will be at the Fox Theatre for a 7 p.m. show Feb. 7. Tickets are $81, $66 and $51 and available at the Fox Box Office, MetroTix outlets or by calling 314-534-1111. Order tickets online at www.metrotix.com...
Review: Clint Eastwood's latest film and it's star, Angelina Jolie, are sure to be a Oscar contenders (11/06/08)
The long dry season of mediocre films is over. Clint Eastwood's new film "The Changeling" will pick up Oscar nominations for best film, best director, best actress, production design and costumes. Only moments after the opening credits I wrote in my notebook "heavy." The word was shorthand for a seriousness not often seen in modern films. ...
good bets 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
Live Music Ivas John Band Southern Illinois blues Where: Water Street Lounge, Port Cape When: 8 p.m. to midnight today Tipping Holly Instruments you don't normally see. Music you'll want to hear again. Where: Rude Dog Pub...
Alma Dombrowski (11/06/08)
Alma E. "Nonna" Petrucci Dombrowski of Wilmington, Del., passed away peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008, at St. Mary's Health Center in St. Louis. Nonna was beloved wife of Stanley A. Dombrowski, with whom she shared 59 years of total happiness; loving mother to S. Cordell Dombrowski and wife Ann of Cape Girardeau; Cindi Dombrowski of Wilmington; Alan F. Dombrowski and wife Donna of St. Louis; sister to Mae Messina, Eva Saienni and Josephine Mace, all of Wilmington...
Robert Scherer (11/06/08)
DEXTER, Mo. -- Robert L. Scherer, 75, of Dexter died Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008, at his home. He was born Aug. 3, 1933, in Heagy, Mo., son of Fred Joseph and Mary Elizabeth Sanders Scherer. He and Mona Jones were married Feb. 5, 1953, at Dexter. Scherer was a retired farmer. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Dexter, Knights of Columbus and Bell City, Mo., Rotary Club. He was a 1951 graduate of Bell City High School...
David Barks (11/06/08)
David Wayne Barks, 67, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, at Missouri Veterans Home. McCombs Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements.
Willie Harris (11/06/08)
Willie Lee Harris, 60, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 31, 2008, at his home. He was born July 14, 1948, in Marion, Ark., son of Sylvester and Mozella Bass Harris. Harris was a self-employed mechanic and lawn-care provider. Survivors include his ex-wife, Esther Harris of Marietta, Ga.; six sons, Willie Harris Jr. ...
Mabel Buchheit (11/06/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Mabel E. Buchheit, 84, of Perryville died Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, at Independence Court. She was born May 5, 1924, in Kingston, N.Y., daughter of Willis and Anna Clapper Warren. She and August H. Buchheit were married Nov. 6, 1944, at Camp Upton Long Island, N.Y. He died Dec. 21, 2007...
Norman Cook (11/06/08)
Norman Cook, 72, of Jackson died Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008, at the family home in Jackson. He was born Jan. 5, 1936, in Bessville, Mo., son of Henry Lee and Luddie Iona Garland Cook. He and Doris Jean Leadbetter were married Sept. 1, 1956. Cook was a maintenance worker at Deal Nursing Home in Jackson. He was formerly of Marble Hill, Mo., and a member of Hurricane Fork General Baptist Church...
Willard Myers (11/06/08)
Willard D. "Bill" Myers, 93, formerly of Jackson, died Monday, Nov. 3, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Oct. 9, 1915, son of Marion and Addie Dickman Myers, at Old Appleton. He and Wilma Biri were married Sep. 25, 1940, in Benton, Mo...
Births 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
Borders Daughter to Joshua Leonard Borders and Amy Victoria Wooldridge of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 3:17 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008. Name, Alyssa Lynn. Weight, 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Ms. Wooldridge is the daughter of Jeanne Wooldridge of Jackson. She is a customer service representative at National Asset Recovery Services. Borders is the son of James Borders of Paducah, Ky. He is majoring in education at Southeast Missouri State University...
Police report 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n Michael L. Perry, 30, 327 S. Spanish St., was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault. n Tiffany A. Tippen, 25, of East Prairie, Mo., was arrested on a warrant for probation violation and an Imperial, Mo., warrant for driving while suspended...
Out of the past 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
25 years ago: Nov. 6, 1983 Gerald Gibson, president of Mid-South Christian College in Senatobia, Miss., is the guest speaker for the Fall Celebration and Renewal Weekend at New Testament Christian Church. An organ dedication and recital are held in the afternoon at First Presbyterian Church; Dr. Gary Miller, church organist and assistant professor of music at Southeast Missouri State University, presents the recital...
Hope for the future: A prayer for the new president (11/06/08)
The challenges facing the United States are large: two wars, an economic meltdown, partisan rancor within our federal government and an ongoing concern about terrorism, just to name a few. The policy debates about how to best address these concerns will be complicated, and the recent campaign often provided more heat than light in offering solutions. ...
Wendy's letter (11/06/08)
The following letter was written late Saturday night and put in the mail Sunday after Wendy and I attended the theater at the River Campus: Dear Gary Miller, Robert Cerchio, Rhonda Weller-Stilson, Ken Stilson, Robert Dillon, President Dr. Ken Dobbins:...
Empty Bowls Project lets you eat your fill while helping others (11/06/08)
Breakfast Tuesday was a banana and a thing of yogurt. I had a macaroni dish and peaches and cream for lunch and a salad for dinner. I'm not counting calories. I'm counting my blessings. The Food and Agriculture Organization published a report in September that said 923 million people in the world were hungry. Not growling stomach hungry, but undernourished, begging for bread, actually starving hungry...
Library progress (11/06/08)
Anyone who has driven by the Cape Girardeau Public Library on Clark Avenue has seen the shape of things to come. The old library building has been replaced by a much larger structure that, when completed early next year, will offer library users dozens of options...
Speak Out 11/6/08 (11/06/08)
Listen to advice THIS IS regarding the comment about chip and seal. We were warned about potential problems before we even put it down. Perry County tried it and had bad results. Even though we had that information, the powers that be decided to go ahead and put the cheaper stuff down. Now it's costing more because the crews have to keep repairing it. County officials, take information before you make a decision. If you would have listened, we wouldn't be in this pickle...
The Cape Crusaders (11/06/08)
I live in Memphis and I travel frequently by car to visit family in Columbia and Cardinals in St. Louis. Like many readers who pass the Cape Girardeau exit on the Interstate, I find a stop at Royal N-Orleans Restaurantư to be de rigueur. Other than that, however, my knowledge of Cape Girardeau has been severely lacking...
Fall colors over the vineyard (11/06/08)
Beautiful fall foliage towers over the vineyard at Broken Oak.
Fall Reflections in Capaha Park (11/06/08)
Photo taken in Capaha Park
Micro Snail (11/06/08)
A very tiny snail , found in the garden of Margie Suedekum on a warm fall day.
Reeve Pheasant @ KC Game Bird Farm, Gordonville, MO (11/06/08)
I am always amazed at how beautiful and yet aggressive these birds are. KC Game Bird Farm is owned and operated by Kyle Cook just outside Gordonville, MO. on Hwy 25. You can see this bird and hundred more in a wide variety of breeds on Kyle's Farm.
Missy (11/06/08)
Miss is a very happy little dog, her owners Dean & Norma Renz take her for lots of walks and Missy always looks like she is smiling, and everyone that she greets smiles too !
Halloween Fun (11/06/08)
Otis and Frankie showing off their new Halloween costumes waiting for treats!!!
Sycamore limbs white against Fall leaves (11/06/08)
This is along Cape Rock Drive, a pretty contrast of colors
Fall colors (11/06/08)
taken in dennis scivally park 11-4-08
Pretty Kitty (11/06/08)
This is our new "furbaby" Rowdy, he is so playful and really lives up to his name!
Peace in the valley (11/06/08)
Overlooking private lake from our front porch.
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