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This afternoon on seMissourian.com (03/04/09)
The Obama administration launched a program today designed to keep 9 million people struggling with their mortgage payments in their homes. But officials say the "Making Home Affordable" program won't be able to prevent every foreclosure.Click here for more on this story...
SEMO using $21,000 federal grant to help math teachers (03/04/09)
In an effort to improve math teaching methods at struggling schools in the region, Southeast Missouri State University will use a $421,000 federal grant to provide training and material to teachers. Eight school districts, most of them in the Bootheel, will participate in the program at the Southeast Regional Professional Development Center, which provides training for teachers. ...
Careless smoking caused Jackson woman's death, officials say (03/04/09)
The death of Iva L. Bangert, 82, of Jackson is being attributed to careless smoking. She died from "smoke inhalation and shock," according to Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton. "She was in her recliner and apparently had dropped a cigarette," he said Tuesday morning...
Cape Girardeau arson investigations continue (03/04/09)
The South Pacific Street house where tenant George Robinson died in a fire April 29 is gone. Steve Spurgeon's home at 338 S. Ellis St., burned March 9, was razed in June. The fires that destroyed those homes are among nearly 30 being investigated as arsons by the Cape Girardeau Police Department...
Two fires unrelated to other suspicious Cape Girardeau blazes (03/04/09)
While Cape Girardeau police detectives are looking for "a person or group of persons" responsible for a series of suspicious fires in the city, two blazes stand alone. n Big River Grand Prix go-cart track at 610 Commercial St., which burned Sept. 2...
MoDOT to discuss bridge replacement; orthopedic screening clinic canceled; studio features wife, husband at First Friday showing (03/04/09)
MoDOT to discuss bridge replacement The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a community briefing Thursday to discuss the replacement of the Route B Little Muddy Creek Bridge in Bollinger County. The meeting is at 4 p.m. at MoDOT's maintenance shed in Patton on Highway 72, east of Highway 51. ...
Title: 5 steps to getting your search off the ground (03/04/09)
Content: Dear Sam: I was just laid off and don't know how to even begin a job search. What should I do to get my search off the ground? - Sarah Dear Sarah: I'm really sorry to hear that. Let me outline some basic steps to get you started in the right direction:...
Lawmakers urge feds to keep Gitmo suspects out of Missouri (03/04/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri lawmakers are urging the federal government not to keep Guantanamo Bay terror suspects in their state. President Obama in January ordered the prison in Cuba to be closed within a year. Missouri House members voted 125-29 Tuesday in favor of a resolution asking that those prisoners not be housed in their state. No place in Missouri has been mentioned as a possible site for the prisoners, although Fort Leavenworth in neighboring Kansas has...
Kit Bond to get Truman award (03/04/09)
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- Republican Sen. Kit Bond has been announced as the latest recipient of the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award. Bond will receive the award at a luncheon May 7. The event marks the 125th anniversary of the late president's May 8, 1884, birth...
Missouri Senate panel backs adding cell phones to no-call list (03/04/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Senate committee gave a sympathetic vote for people tired of telemarketers calling and texting their cell phones. Legislation endorsed Tuesday by a Senate consumer protection committee would expand Missouri's no-call list that currently covers more than 2.7 million residential phone numbers. The bill would allow personal cell phone numbers to be added to the blacklist for telemarketers...
Report: Blunt failed to follow records law (03/04/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Investigators looking into the e-mail retention practices of former governor Matt Blunt asserted Tuesday that his administration violated Missouri's public records laws. But investigators decided not to refer the matter to prosecutors...
Cold wave hits East following snowstorm (03/04/09)
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. -- East Coast residents still reeling from the effects of a massive snowstorm were met with freezing temperatures and blistering wind chills a day after as much as 16 inches of snow forced the closure of schools and businesses from South Carolina to New Hampshire...
Obama consults advisers on lifting ban on open military service for gays (03/04/09)
WASHINGTON -- The White House says President Obama has begun consulting defense advisers on how to lift a ban on gays serving openly in the military. But the administration won't say how soon that might happen or whether a group of experts will be commissioned to study the issue in-depth, as some Democrats have suggested...
Democrats showing little appetite for gun control legislation (03/04/09)
WASHINGTON -- The National Rifle Association warned in a campaign ad that if Barack Obama were elected president he would try to take away hunters' guns and ammunition. But with pro-gun Democrats a powerful force in Congress, it's already pretty clear there will be no messing with Americans' right to bear arms...
Recession sharply cuts oil demand (03/04/09)
NEW YORK -- Supertankers that once raced around the world to satisfy an unquenchable thirst for oil are now parked offshore, fully loaded, anchors down, their crews killing time. In the United States, vast storage farms for oil are almost out of room...
Some doctors start seeking gag orders to stop patients' reviews (03/04/09)
CHICAGO -- The anonymous comment on the website RateMDs.com was unsparing: "Very unhelpful, arrogant," it said of a doctor. "Did not listen and cut me off, seemed much too happy to have power (and abuse it!) over suffering people." Such reviews are becoming more common as consumer ratings services like Zagat's and Angie's List expand beyond restaurants and plumbers to medical care, and some doctors are fighting back...
Afghan tech boom: Mullah, many others embrace cell phones (03/04/09)
KABUL -- Mullah Abdul Salaam Zaeef is a former Taliban ambassador to Pakistan. He spent almost four years in Guantanamo. He wears a black turban, has a thick beard -- and is never without his Apple iPhone. The ultraconservative Taliban banned modern technology like the Internet and TV during its harsh 1996-2001 rule, but those items have boomed in Afghanistan since the regime's 2001 ouster, helping to bring the country into the 21st century...
Head of parliament sworn in as Guinea-Bissau leader (03/04/09)
BISSAU, Guinea-Bissau -- The head of Guinea-Bissau's parliament took the oath of office as president Tuesday, a day after the man who ruled this tiny, coup-prone West African nation for two decades was gunned down in front of his wife inside their villa...
U.S. sends diplomats to Syria in peace probe (03/04/09)
JERUSALEM -- The United States will dispatch two emissaries to Syria for "preliminary conversations" aimed at warming relations with an Arab adversary accused of supporting terrorism, seeking weapons of mass destruction, facilitating the insurgency in neighboring Iraq and balking at talking peace with Israel, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday...
Sri Lanka's cricket team attacked by gunmen in rickshaws while in Pakistan (03/04/09)
LAHORE, Pakistan -- A team of heavily armed gunmen, some traveling in rickshaws, ambushed Sri Lanka's national cricket team Tuesday as it arrived for a match, killing six police guards and wounding seven players. The assault bore similarities to last year's three-day hostage drama in the Indian financial capital of Mumbai...
Scott City girls upset top seed (03/04/09)
Scott City, the No. 5 seed, took down top-seeded Kelly 52-37 in the semifinals of the Class 3 District 1 girls basketball tournament Tuesday. The Rams (11-13) advanced to face Charleston, the No. 3 seed, in Friday's championship game. "It was a huge win for us," Scott City coach Kerry Thompson said...
Tigers seek rebound in home finale (03/04/09)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri's success has been tied to the frontcourt production of DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons for most of the season. Together, the seniors average more than 31 points and 11 rebounds. The Tigers (24-5, 11-3 Big 12) will need all hands on deck in tonight's home finale against a player who often approaches those numbers by himself. ...
Bernie overpowers Crusaders (03/04/09)
CHAFFEE -- Way back in the early part of the this season, Saxony Lutheran came up short of upsetting Bernie as the Mules ran away in the fourth period. In the rematch Tuesday night in the Class 3 District 2 semifinals, the Crusaders ran into a team that was vastly improved...
Lohse sharp in Cardinals romp (03/04/09)
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Forget opening day. Johan Santana's tender elbow might keep the Mets' ace from making his first start until the second series of the season. Santana has yet to pitch in a spring training game for New York, which lost 15-4 to the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday, and pitching coach Dan Warthen indicated the left-hander's schedule would put him on track to start the Mets' fifth game...
Search ends for players lost off Florida coast (03/04/09)
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- As the four fishing buddies huddled together in the dark, clinging to their capsized boat miles off the Florida coast, a helicopter's light shone down upon them. For a while, as the boat drifted in the rough seas, Nick Schuyler could even see the city lights from shore. ...
Hornets smother Panthers' 3-point shooters (03/04/09)
CHAFFEE -- Meadow Heights' potent 3-point shooting was no match for Advance's parade to the free-throw line Tuesday night during the Class 2 District 3 semifinal. The Hornets made 25 of 35 free throws and limited the Panthers to three 3-pointers in an 81-62 triumph at Chaffee High School...
Detroit blanks host Blues 5-0 (03/04/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The Detroit Red Wings overcame an early injury to star forward Marian Hossa, getting Chris Osgood's first shutout of the season in a 5-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night. Hossa, the Red Wings' leading scorer with 34 goals and 61 points in 62 games, was hospitalized for observation after slamming headfirst into the end boards early in the first period following a check by Roman Polak. He left the ice strapped to a gurney as a precaution...
Bell City, Scot County to play for district title (03/04/09)
BELL CITY -- With Leopold 6-foot-5 post player Larry Nussbaum not in the starting lineup because of a foot injury, Bell City looked inside to score. The Cubs were successful. J.P. Arnold, Skylor Blackler and Brandon Bell combined for 36 points around the basket. They helped Bell City to a 66-59 upset victory despite a late comeback by the Wildcats on Tuesday in a Class 1 District 3 semifinal contest at Bell City High School...
Southeast women fail to advance to semis (03/04/09)
For the first time in seven years, the Southeast Missouri State women's basketball season ended before the Ohio Valley Conference tournament semifinals. Tennessee State beat Southeast 77-66 on Tuesday night in Nashville, Tenn., for the Redhawks' first opening-round OVC tournament loss since the 2001-02 campaign...
Central grad bursts onto track scene (03/04/09)
Tyler Terry wasn't favored to win either of his jumping events at the Ohio Valley Conference indoor track and field meet. But the Southeast Missouri State sophomore from Central High School had faith he could pull off a sweep. "I was ranked second in both coming into the meet, but I was confident I could do it," Terry said...
Relievers deliver in Redhawks win (03/04/09)
The Southeast Missouri State baseball team rode stellar relief pitching to its fifth win of the young season. Three Southeast relievers held host Saint Louis University to one run and two hits over the final seven innings during Tuesday's 6-5 victory in Sauget, Ill...
Redhawks face daunting task against nationally ranked SIU (03/04/09)
The Southeast Missouri State softball team will venture across the river today for one of its biggest challenges this year. Southeast (4-2) and Southern Illinois (11-1) will play a 2 p.m. doubleheader in Carbondale, Ill. SIU is ranked 18th and 23rd in the two major national polls. The Salukis won their first 11 games before losing 8-0 to top-ranked Alabama...
Dr. Grow: Getting ready to garden (03/04/09)
I'm sitting at home listening to the howling cold wind blowing outside on this early March day. As I shiver, I keep thinking spring is just around the corner. Hopefully the wind will change direction soon and blow in the spring temperatures I am longing for...
Recipe Swap: Readers answer call for gnocchi recipe (03/04/09)
Last week I had a recipe request from Tracey Tripp of Cape Girardeau for recipes using gnocchi. She enjoys the chicken gnocchi dish at Olive Garden, and she would like to make it at home, as well as other recipes using gnocchi. Gnocchi are small potato dumplings that are easy to make from scratch, or can be purchased locally at any large supermarket. ...
Britney Spears returns in first concert tour in 5 years (03/04/09)
NEW ORLEANS -- As Britney Spears kicks off her first tour in five years, it may seem as if she's picking up where she left off in 2004: She'll be promoting a platinum album with a grandiose stage show, a chiseled body and elaborately choreographed moves on display...
Review: 'Phoebe' features needless whimsy (03/04/09)
The Associated Press Depicting mental illness on screen is such a difficult undertaking, both for its inherently internal nature and because of the obvious need for sensitivity. When we're talking about a child who's suffering psychologically, the prospect becomes even trickier...
Obama suggests purchasing stocks, defends economic plan (03/04/09)
WASHINGTON -- The stock market reminds Barack Obama of a political tracking poll. "You know, it bobs up and down from day to day," the president said Tuesday. "And if you spend all your time worrying about that, you're probably going to get the long-term strategy wrong."...
U.S. auto sales hover near historic lows during February (03/04/09)
DETROIT -- Offers of huge rebates and tempting low-interest loans weren't enough to entice car buyers out of their bunkers in this economic crisis, causing U.S. auto sales in February to hover near historic lows. General Motors' sales tumbled 53 percent from a year earlier, while Ford's U.S. sales fell 48 percent and Chrysler's dropped 44 percent. The major Japanese automakers fared only slightly better...
Southeast Missouri leagues offer after-hours opportunities for co-workers (03/04/09)
Fred Flintstone had it right: bowling is a great way to de-stress when the day is done. Bowling alleys in Cape Girardeau and Jackson are home to several leagues formed from local businesses. Joe Seib, manager at West Park Lanes in Cape Girardeau, says bowling is a great way for employees to socialize outside the workplace because it's a fun, year-round activity that doesn't require much skill...
Names in the news (03/04/09)
Eilers joins SEMO Medical Equipment staff Andrea Eilers has joined the respiratory staff of SEMO Medical Equipment, 1417 N. Mount Auburn Road, Suite C, in Cape Girardeau. Eilers has more than five years of experience in respiratory therapy, most of which was at Missouri Southern Healthcare in Dexter, Mo. ...
Health news in brief (03/04/09)
Stoddard Co. fares well in nursing home ratings STODDARD COUNTY, Mo. — A new website by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has released ratings for skilled nursing facilities across the nation, and two Stoddard County facilities received five-star ratings. Cypress Point Skilled Nursing by Americare received a five-star rating, as did Golden Living Center in Bloomfield. Additionally, Golden Living Center in Dexter received four out of five stars...
Teeing off in Southeast Missouri: A round-up of the local courses and what they have to offer, for business or pleasure. (03/04/09)
Bent Creek Golf Course Location: 2200 Bent Creek Drive, Jackson Phone: (573) 243-6060/(888) 495-8282 Web: www.bentcreekgc.com Opened: September 1990 Type: Semi-private, family-owned Par: 72 Length: 7,000 yards Holes: 18 Features: Snack bar, pro shop, driving range, banquet hall...
Letter to the Editor: The Clean Air Act and how it is affecting Perry, Cape Girardeau, and Bollinger counties (03/04/09)
In March 2008, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency established a new, stricter air quality standard for ground-level ozone. This is the second time the standard has been lowered (made stricter) since the 1990 federal Clean Air Act Amendments. Ozone in the stratosphere forms a protective layer against harmful rays from the sun. ...
Business news in brief (03/04/09)
Mexican restaurant opens in East Cape EAST CAPE GIRARDEAU, Ill. — A new restaurant, El Mexicano, has opened in East Cape Girardeau, Ill. The restaurant, located at 107 Iroquois St. off Highway 146, offers daily specials and a salsa bar. The phone number is (618) 661-9330...
Southeast Missouri bankruptcy filings (03/04/09)
Bankruptcies filed through January for the Southeastern Division of the Eastern District of Missouri's U.S. Bankruptcy Court are listed below with their corresponding case number. The Southeast Division includes the counties of Bollinger, Butler, Carter, Dunklin, Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard and Wayne. Court is held in Cape Girardeau...
Business updates (03/04/09)
Fitness facility has new owners, options SIKESTON, Mo. — Ozark Fitness in Sikeston will soon offer a new variety of options, including a shake bar, expanded hours, and a competitive fitness program. The center was purchased in summer 2008 by Austin Tinsley, who also owns the Dexter and Poplar Bluff locations. Manager is Amy Johnson...
Southeast Missouri developments spare no expense on recreation (03/04/09)
In the ever-competitive real estate sector, new housing developments are boosting their marketability with recreational features. "People expect these extras nowadays, so we try to provide them," says Donna Bowlin, leasing manager at Cape La Croix Apartments in Cape Girardeau. ...
Tax liens (03/04/09)
Tax liens and lien discharges recorded at the office of Kay Asbell, recorder of deeds, during the month of January are filed by the Missouri Department of Revenue, except as indicated by IRS designation. For more information, contact the recorder's office at (573) 568-3444...
Business development news (03/04/09)
Bernie council approves City Park improvements BERNIE, Mo. — The Bernie Board of Aldermen has approved the purchase of materials to install a new electrical system at the Bernie City Park at a cost of $1,960.04. Alderman Ivan Mekan told board members that he had priced materials to upgrade an electrical box, run a new aluminum wire main and install new electrical outlets at the Bernie City Park. ...
Economy has impact on the business of camping, canoeing (03/04/09)
The economic currents have flowed down to the business of recreation, causing Southeast Missouri river outfitters to search out new ways of attracting customers. "The year before last, we were at full capacity," says Sharon Sellinger, co-owner of Driftwood RV Park in Van Buren, Mo. "Last year, we had half as many. It did affect us."...
Regis Kieffer (03/04/09)
Regis Kieffer ORAN, Mo. -- Regis N. "Slim" Kieffer, 84, of Malinta, Ohio, died Sunday, March 1, 2009, at his home. He was born Sept. 7, 1924, in Duquesne, Pa., son of Alvin and Bertha Kremmel Kieffer. He and Wilma Fredericks were married July 23, 1948, in Jeffersonville, Ind...
Carl Parrott (03/04/09)
Carl Parrott MOUNDS, Ill. -- Carl Eugene "Gene" Parrott, 79, of Titus, Ala., formerly of Mounds, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009, at his home. He was born Feb. 19, 1930, in Pulaski, Ill., son of Gene Parrott and Lydia Temke Parrott Popp. Parrott served in the U.S. Air Force...
Marie Brown (03/04/09)
Marie Brown PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Marie E. Brown, 69, of Perryville died Monday, March 2, 2009, at Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis. She was born May 12, 1939, in Yount, Mo., daughter of Lawrence A. and Irene M. Ruch Geile. She and Fred E. Brown were married May 10, 1958...
Ramona Orick (03/04/09)
THEBES, Ill. — Ramona Ruth Holshouser Orick, 75, of Thebes died Monday, March 2, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 18, 1934, in McClure, Ill., daughter of Albert and Alberta Kaufman Holshouser. She and Robert Orick were married Dec. 18, 1954, in Cairo, Ill...
Dolores Schrick (03/04/09)
WARRENTON, Mo. — Dolores "Dorey" Schrick, 82, of Warrenton died Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009, at her home. She was born Oct. 15, 1926, in St. Louis, daughter of Lawrence A. and Emma Messmer Hoefler Sr. She married Richard "Dick" Schrick, who preceded her in death...
Frederick Roberts (03/04/09)
MOUNDS, Ill. — Frederick Roberts, 68, of Mounds died Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009, at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, Ill. Visitation will be from noon to service time Friday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Private burial will be in Spencer Heights Memorial Park...
Charles Martin (03/04/09)
Charles William Martin, 67, of Springfield, Ill., formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009, at St. John's Hospital. He was born March 22, 1941, in Cape Girardeau, son of Gebhard and Virginia Hoffer Martin. Survivors include his longtime companion, Diane Marshall of Springfield; two sons, Karl R. ...
Sharon Meyr (03/04/09)
Margaret "Sharon" Meyr, 62, of Jackson passed away Monday, March 2, 2009, at her home. She was born Aug. 30, 1946, in Jonesboro Ark., daughter of the late John Edgar and Estelle Williams Manning. She and Ryland "Dutch" Meyr were married July 12, 1980, in Cape Girardeau...
Berneice Trost (03/04/09)
Berneice Trost Berneice Trost, 80, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at the Lutheran Home. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home...
Births 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
Buchheit Daughter to Tyler and Teresa Buchheit of Ellis Grove, Ill., Perry County Memorial Hospital in Perryville, Mo., 12:14 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009. Name, Adeline Olivia. Weight, 8 pounds, 1 ounce. First child. Mrs. Buchheit is the daughter of Marvin and Gail Roy of Prairie du Rocher, Ill. She is employed by Miles Enterprises. Buchheit is the son of Jim and Marsha Buchheit of Perryville. He is employed by Lilly USA LLC...
Police Report 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n A subject was in custody pending formal charges for trespassing, property damage and possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute...
Fire Report 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: n At 5:14 p.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of South Sprigg Street. n At 5:16 p.m., a motor vehicle accident at mile marker 95 on Interstate 55. Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday:...
Out of the past 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
25 years ago: March 4, 1984 Air Illinois, the Carbondale, Ill.-based regional airline, is planning to resume its turboprop service between Cape Girardeau and St. Louis a week from today. The entire town of Jackson is without electricity for between three and four hours early in the day, the result of a power outage south of town; city administrator Carl Talley is unsure of the cause of the problem, but indicates it comes from Union Electric lines south of Jackson...
More licensing needed for child-care facilities (03/04/09)
Another child has died in an unlicensed Missouri child-care facility. Nine-month-old Lucas Theede-Bennett's death was a preventable tragedy for his family, and for Brenda Caringer, the woman charged with his death. The tragedy for every Missouri citizen is that Lucas was not the first child to die in a Missouri child-care program...
Review those limits on Missouri's funds invested in state banks (03/04/09)
Here's an opportunity for the state to handle its finances like a prudent family would: by seeking the best and safest earnings on investments At any given time, Missouri has $250 million to $500 million deposited in banks across the state. By law, the interest earned by these deposits is linked to treasury-bill rates. If the state invested its funds at higher certificate-of-deposit rates, the state could earn $10 million to $15 million more a year...
Ticket Perryville Road motorists speeding on hill (03/04/09)
I have an opinion about the hill on Perryville Road right before the Cape Rock Drive intersection. When you pull out of Brookwood Drive onto Perryville Road, you have to proceed with caution. Motorists zoom over that hill at about 45 mph. That speed in a 30 mph zone is unacceptable. We need to have a police officer parked on the Westminster Presbyterian Church parking lot. I wouldn't doubt he or she might catch one or two speeders...
Back responsible challengers on fiscal policy (03/04/09)
Many who voted for President Obama are noticing that the bloom on the rose is fading. Many are beginning to see the American Recovery and Restoration Act is not the change they were expecting. They recognize it as the New Deal, the Great Society and more all packaged into one enormous spending and debt-building act...
Speak Out 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
Double blow THE conservative movement recently suffered a double-whammy body blow with the death of Paul Harvey and the retirement of the Rev. James Dobson. Can it recover? No. School days AS I am a mother of a houseful of school-age rugrats, you're nuts if you think I'm for a four-day school week...
Prayer 3/4/09 (03/04/09)
For early daffodils and other signs of springtime, we give thanks, O God. Amen.
The Humane Society's Featured Pet (03/04/09)
Chloe is an 11 week-old Yellow Lab mix. She is playful and sweet! Chloe is available for adoption at The Humane Society of SEMO, 573-334-5837. See more pets available at www.semopets.org
SCOTT CITY DOLPHINS SWIM TEAM (03/04/09)
DOLPHINS SWIM TEAM SIGN-UP WHERE: SCOTT CITY POOL WHEN: May 26-July 25 WHY: Team & Individual Competition The Dolphins are a summer swim team for swimmers age 5-18. Swimmers come from the surrounding areas: Scott City, Kelso, New Hamburg, Benton, Oran, and Chaffee...
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