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Advance man pleads guilty to federal methamphetamine charge (04/29/09)
An Advance man pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to possessing methamphetamine with intentions of distributing it. Brian Charles Nalley, 42, pleaded guilty to one felony count of possession of 5 grams or more of methamphetamine with intent to distribute before U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr., according to the Federal prosecutor's office...
Driver killed in fiery weekend crash identified (04/29/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Poplar Bluff dentist confirmed Tuesday that a Broseley, Mo., man died in a weekend fiery crash on Highway 142. Through the use of dental records, Dr. Michael Price positively identified the person killed early Saturday morning as Terry L. Ethridge II, 20, said Butler County Coroner Jim Akers...
1st 'probable' flu case in Missouri (04/29/09)
Gov. Nixon announces possible case in Platte County
Cape Municipal Band concerts safe from cuts, Mayor Jay Knudtson says (04/29/09)
As the Cape Girardeau City Council worked its way through a 10-page list of proposed cuts to the city budget, most of the items were viewed as unfortunate but necessary to balance the spending plan for the coming year. But one item was more than Mayor Jay Knudtson was willing to accept. The idea? Eliminating one of the about 15 Cape Municipal Band concerts supported by city taxpayers. The projected savings, $1,500, isn't enough to justify eliminating the well-attended shows, he said...
Inmate at Charleston, Mo., prison dies over weekend (04/29/09)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- An inmate at the Southeast Correctional Center died over the weekend, the Standard Democrat reported. According to a Monday news release from the Missouri Department of Corrections, Terry E. Parker, 58, was pronounced dead at 1:50 p.m. ...
Tickets for Neal Boyd, Kenny Rogers Sikeston concert on sale Friday (04/29/09)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday for the Kenny Rogers/Neal E. Boyd benefit concert set for June 24 at the Sikeston Field House. All proceeds will go toward the expansion of the Kenny Rogers Children's Center. "There has been a strong buzz around this concert, and the committee and I strongly feel these tickets are going to sell out in May," said Tom Nunnelee, co-chair of the concert committee...
Handgun ammunition in short supply, Cape and Sikeston gun dealers say (04/29/09)
Area gun distributors and sporting goods stores have struggled in recent months to keep their stores stocked with ammunition for handguns, as sales of those types of firearms continue to spike. "We get very little supply in right now and too much demand," said Joe Gooch, owner of Southern Rod & Gun in Sikeston, Mo...
Local dealers differ on GM plan, future (04/29/09)
News that General Motors will cut jobs and phase out the Pontiac brand by the end of 2010 is drawing mixed reactions among area dealerships that sell the company's cars. "They're struggling and doing everything they can to make it," said Jeff Williams, general manager of Autry Morlan Pontiac Buick in Sikeston, Mo. The Pontiac brand makes up about 10 percent of his dealership's sales...
Kennett, Mo., man sentenced to life in prison for 2008 murder (04/29/09)
KENNETT, Mo. -- A Kennett man was recently sentenced to life in prison for the April 2008 murder of a local woman. On April 16, Cleveland Pulliam, 69, of Kennett withdrew his not guilty plea in the murder of Jacqueline Kaye Farmer, 47, also of Kennett, and was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder, and to a 10-year consecutive sentence for armed criminal action...
Athlete of the week (04/29/09)
Leopold senior Whitney Vandeven nearly has been unstoppable on the softball field for the Wildcats. Vandeven has picked up the win as the pitcher in the team's last three games, improving to 9-0 this season. But Vandeven's influence doesn't end in the circle. She's also been a force at the plate. She went 11-for-12 and knocked in nine runs in her team's last three games...
Cape Girardeau County Sunshine Law suit goes to appeals court today (04/29/09)
Three Eastern District Court of Appeals judges are scheduled to hear arguments today in the Cape Girardeau County Sunshine Law suit. Chief Judge Nannette Baker, Judge Kathianne Knaup Crane and Judge Glenn Norton will preside in a Farmington, Mo., courtroom to hear what each side has to say but also question attorneys. ...
Two Cape Girardeau County communities get share of stimulus money (04/29/09)
Allenville and Whitewater are the latest area towns to benefit from the $787 billion federal economic stimulus bill passed by Congress in February. On Tuesday, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced that his department was releasing $618.5 million for 193 rural development projects in 34 states, including $1.6 million for construction of a long-planned sewer system to serve the two southwest Cape Girardeau County communities. ...
Jackson School Board OKs new fitness class beginning next year (04/29/09)
Jackson School District students will have a more rigorous option next year for physical education at the senior and junior high school level. The Jackson School Board approved the addition of an advanced personal fitness and wellness class during its meeting Tuesday...
City of Cape Girardeau spending cuts detailed in memo (04/29/09)
The list of proposed cuts in Cape Girardeau's city budget for the year beginning July 1 includes items as small as a $15 membership at Sam's Club and as large as leaving unfilled two city police officer jobs. As part of the process for identifying spending cuts, interim city manager Ken Eftink directed each department to reduce its budget by 3 percent. While that number wasn't achieved, the departmental cuts found $495,000 to help cover the expected $661,000 shortfall in the city's general fund...
Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary celebrates 50th year (04/29/09)
Outgoing Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary president Jean Ratliff announced a $200,000 donation during the group's 50th anniversary lunch Tuesday. The money is second installment toward a $500,000 rooftop garden for the medical center's future heart hospital and cancer institute building...
Third Fort D Days set for this weekend (04/29/09)
Civil War re-enactors will set up camp at Fort D, the historic Civil War earthworks fort dating back to 1861, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. The fort is on Locust Street, off Sprigg Street, in Cape Girardeau, four blocks south of Highway 74. Activities include infantry and artillery drills, a merchant tent, a children's company drill, woodworking displays and interactive displays from the Ladies' Union Aid Society. Admission is free...
Fire destroys Miner, Mo., home (04/29/09)
MINER, Mo. -- An early morning fire destroyed a home at 149 Rainbow Lake Road in Miner. According to Miner police chief Roger Moore, firefighters arrived on the scene after 1 a.m. and extinguished the blaze by 4:30 a.m. Moore did not know if anyone was at home at the time of the fire. There was no word on any injuries to those living at the residence...
Water on road leads to Monday afternoon crash (04/29/09)
BENTON, Mo. -- Water on the road was blamed for a Monday evening motor vehicle accident on Route E near Benton. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said that around 5:10 p.m. a 1993 Chevrolet driven by Brian D. Scherer, 32, was traveling westbound on the road when the vehicle passed over the water and overturned...
Title: Use positioning and prioritization to overcome potential disqualifiers (04/29/09)
Content: Dear Sam: Reading your articles may be the only enjoyable part of my job search! I have two questions I am hoping you can address for me. I left my career about 9 years ago to be a stay-at-home mom. ...
Business journalism association moves to ASU (04/29/09)
PHOENIX -- The headquarters for a national business journalism professional association is moving from the University of Missouri School of Journalism to Arizona State University. The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, known as SABEW, will make the move to ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in downtown Phoenix later this year...
Obama to mark first 100 days with stop today in Arnold, Mo. (04/29/09)
ST. LOUIS -- President Obama will continue a political tradition when he uses Jefferson County -- a bellwether county in a swing state -- as a venue for national business this week. Obama will mark his first 100 days in office today with a town hall meeting at Fox Senior High School in Arnold, a growing suburb south of St. Louis...
Swine flu alert nears pandemic level (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Geneva-based World Health Organization on Wednesday raised its alert level for the fast-spreading swine flu to its next-to-highest notch, signaling a global pandemic could be imminent. The move came after the virus spread to at least 10 U.S. states from coast to coast and swept deeper into Europe ...
Obama calls first 100 days tense but fruitful (04/29/09)
ARNOLD, Mo. (AP) -- Marking his symbolic 100th day in office, President Barack Obama told Midwesterners Wednesday: "I'm pleased with the progress we've made but I'm not satisfied." "I'm confident in the future but I'm not content with the present," the president told a town-hall style event in a St. Louis suburb...
50 million retirees to get $250 checks in May (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- More than 50 million retirees can expect to receive $250 payments from the government in the next few weeks as their share of the economic stimulus package enacted in February. Economists say the payments will be a timely boost just as the recession is showing signs of easing a little...
Economy's free-fall probably eased in 1Q (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- The recession's grip on the country may be letting up a bit. The government is set to release a report Wednesday expected to show the economy shrank at a pace of 5 percent in the first three months of this year. If Wall Street analysts' forecasts' are correct, the figure -- while still extremely weak -- would be viewed as a hopeful sign that the worst of the recession -- in terms of lost economic activity -- may be past...
Housing crisis shows signs of hitting bottom (04/29/09)
NEW YORK -- In another sign the housing crisis could be reaching the bottom, home prices dropped in February but for the first time in 25 months the decline was not a record. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index released Tuesday showed home prices in 20 major cities fell by 18.6 percent from February 2008. That was slightly better than January's 19 percent and the first time since January 2007 the index didn't set a record...
Consumer confidence soars above projections in April (04/29/09)
NEW YORK -- Signs that the worst may be over for the economy boosted Americans' moods in April, sending a barometer of sentiment to its highest level since November. The New York-based Conference Board said Tuesday that its Consumer Confidence Index rose more than 12 points to 39.2, up from a revised 26.9 in March. The reading marks the highest level since November's 44.7 and well surpasses economists' expectations for 29.5...
Swine flu fear catching fast in weak world economy (04/29/09)
NEW YORK -- The swine flu outbreak is unleashing a side effect on the global economy: fear. Travelers are canceling or delaying trips to Mexico, Argentina announced Tuesday a five-day ban on flights arriving from Mexico and Cuba banned all flights to its neighbor. China, Russia and South Korea have banned imports of some North American pork, despite assurances the flu is not spread through meat. Investors just starting to regain their nerve have again caught the jitters...
U.S. hopes to have ingredient for swine flu vaccine by May (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. scientists hope to have a key ingredient for a swine flu vaccine ready in early May, but are finding the novel virus grows slowly in eggs -- the chief way flu vaccines are made. Even if all goes well, it still will take a few months before any shots are available for the first required safety testing in volunteers...
Sebelius confirmed as health secretary (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has won Senate confirmation to serve as the nation's health and human services secretary. The 65-31 vote came after Democrats urged quick action so Sebelius could get to work leading the federal response to the swine flu outbreak. Sebelius was the final Obama Cabinet pick awaiting confirmation...
Children make gains in reading and math (04/29/09)
Children make gains in reading and math WASHINGTON -- Students are making strides in reading and math, though progress in math seems stalled among high school students, according to a federal report. The report issued Tuesday measured children's scores in 2008 against long-term trends. ...
Officials blame mineral overdose in horse deaths (04/29/09)
Horse deaths blamed on mineral overdose WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Florida's top veterinarian, Dr. Thomas J. Holt, on Tuesday blamed the deaths of 21 elite polo horses on an overdose of a mineral that helps muscles recover from fatigue. Holt said toxicology tests on the dead horses showed significantly increased selenium levels. ...
GOP senator changes party (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- Veteran Republican Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania switched parties Tuesday, increasing the Democratic majority to 59. Specter, 79 and seeking a sixth term in 2010, conceded that his chances of winning the Pennsylvania Republican primary next year were bleak in a party grown increasingly conservative. But he cast his decision as one of principle, rather than fueled by political ambition as GOP leaders alleged...
Supreme Court: FCC fleeting expletive rule OK for now (04/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court ruled narrowly Tuesday in favor of a government policy that threatens broadcasters with fines over the use of even a single curse word on live television, yet stopped short of deciding whether the policy violates the Constitution...
Success of 'Slumdog' film hasn't improved child stars' lives (04/29/09)
MUMBAI, India -- Rubina Ali's house is flooded with sewer water, and her feet itch. She's discovered a world of creepy-crawlies in the opaque gray water: scorpions, rats and slithery creatures with lots of legs. Two months ago, the child star of the hit movie "Slumdog Millionaire" was worrying about what to wear to the Oscars. Now she has come home to a different problem: How to get the fetid water out of her family's one-room shack...
Mexicans put faith in masks to block swine flu (04/29/09)
MEXICO CITY -- The cloth patches in green, blue and white are everywhere, clamped tight over the mouth and nose of teachers, toddlers, policemen and drunks. Even the statue at the church of St. Jude, patron of lost causes, has been fitted with a light-blue surgical mask to ward off swine flu...
Three men acquitted of helping 2005 London suicide bombers (04/29/09)
LONDON -- Three men charged in London's 2005 suicide bombings -- Britain's deadliest attack since World War II -- were acquitted of the most serious offenses against them Tuesday in the latest terrorism case to frustrate prosecutors. A jury found Waheed Ali, Sadeer Saleem and Mohammed Shakil not guilty of conspiring with four suicide bombers who blew themselves up on three subway cars and a bus on July 7, 2005, killing 52 people. ...
U.S. audit: Costs soaring for Iraqi military training (04/29/09)
BAGHDAD -- Iraq is falling fall far behind schedule in creating a system to maintain its own military equipment, costing American taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars to fill in the gaps, according to a new U.S. audit. The U.S. has spent billions of dollars to develop Iraq's security forces with an emphasis in recent years on developing Iraq's maintenance and supply capabilities -- seen as essential after the U.S. military exit from Iraq at the end of 2011...
Drury throws three-hitter, blasts HR in ND's win (04/29/09)
A double smashed into left field with one out in the top of the fifth inning ended Notre Dame pitcher Dylan Drury's no-hit bid against Sikeston on Tuesday. That was one of the few mistakes Drury made as the right-hander tossed a three-hit shutout and smashed his fifth home run in the Bulldogs' 5-0 win over SEMO Conference rival Sikeston at Notre Dame Regional High School...
Advance defeats Puxico 4-2 (04/29/09)
Jacob Bond pitched a complete game as Advance posted a 4-2 victory against visiting Puxico on Tuesday in high school baseball action. Bond hurled seven innings, allowed three hits, two earned runs, two walks and struck out a batter to earn the win for the Hornets (5-6)...
Southeast baseball Redhawks' series at UCA gets canceled (04/29/09)
For the second straight day, Southeast Missouri State's scheduled baseball game at Central Arkansas was canceled due to the strong possibility of heavy rain. The squads were supposed to play Tuesday and today in Conway, Ark., but the Redhawks never made the five-hour trip because of the forecast of bad weather...
Nutt lands another recruit - his son (04/29/09)
Southeast Missouri State first-year men's basketball coach Dickey Nutt will be joined in the Redhawks' program by a familiar face. Lucas Nutt, a senior at Jonesboro (Ark.) High School, will play for his father as a walk-on next season. "I am very excited," said Dickey Nutt, hired at Southeast on March 12. "I'm looking forward to him being a big part of our program."...
Obergoenner earns all-MVC honor (04/29/09)
Former Central standout golfer Todd Obergoenner finished off his senior season at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale in style. Obergoenner, an SIU co-captain, tied for fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference men's golf tournament at Dalhousie Golf Club...
Cardinals' reliever gets wild in 2-1 loss (04/29/09)
McClellan walked the bases loaded during the eighth inning before yielding the game-winning hit to the Braves. By CHARLES ODUM The Associated Press ATLANTA -- No matter how hard he tried, Matt Diaz couldn't get hit by ball three, so he made certain the next pitch from Kyle McClellan hit his bat...
Sharks again go belly up in playoffs (04/29/09)
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- When general manager Doug Wilson clears his head after his San Jose Sharks' biggest postseason flop to date, he'll have to decide whether it's worth keeping together a team that plays incredible hockey until the games that matter the most...
Improved drug test reveals six additional cheaters at Beijing (04/29/09)
LONDON -- The IOC is still uncovering drug cheats eight months after the Beijing Olympics ended. The International Olympic Committee, staying true to its pledge to fight doping, said Tuesday that six athletes have been nabbed by retesting their blood samples for CERA, an advanced version of the blood-boosting hormone EPO...
Recipe Swap: A different take on comfort food (04/29/09)
I recently purchased a new cookbook at a book sale but had not had time to sit down and read it from cover to cover. This afternoon I decided to pull it off the shelf and take a look through it and pull out a few recipes to include here today. "Kitchen Comforts, Recipes To Feed Body and Soul" provided great reading, and I found myself reading the book instead of watching the Cardinals game. ...
Dr. Grow: Soil needs microorganisms as well as nutrients (04/29/09)
I can still remember the first day my soils class met in college. The professor walked into the classroom and said, "If anyone ever uses the term dirt to refer to soils in this class, they will automatically flunk." He didn't even say hi, how are you, my name is , or anything else. He then began to talk about soils...
Review: Matthew McConaughey's 'Ghosts' frighteningly familiar (04/29/09)
LOS ANGELES -- You will be shocked -- shocked! -- to learn that in "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past," Matthew McConaughey plays an arrogant womanizer who coasts on his looks and charm but eventually realizes that love does matter after all...
Catherine Edwards (04/29/09)
Catherine Louise Edwards, 63, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, April 24, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to service time Saturday at Ford and Sons Sprigg Street Funeral Home. The funeral will be at noon Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Lorimier Cemetery...
Frederick Haley (04/29/09)
Frederick D. Haley, 78, of Jackson died Tuesday, April 28, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to service time Thursday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Entombment will be in Cape County Memorial Park Mausoleum...
Herbert Burgan (04/29/09)
Herbert M. Burgan, 94, of Shawneetown entered eternal life Monday, April 27, 2009, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 30, 1915, in Fulton, Mo., son of John and Anna Catherine Ozark Burgan. Herbert served in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1941 to 1945 in the Aleutian Islands. He received the American Defense Ribbon, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon, Bronze Star and many other honors...
Fire report 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Tuesday:...
Police report 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
Cape Girardeau: Arrests; Summonses; Assaults; Thefts; Property damage; Miscellaneous; Jackson: Arrests; Miscellaneous
Out of the past 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
25 years ago: April 29, 1984 Members of Hanover Lutheran Church hold a celebration service of praise and thanksgiving in the morning that includes a mortgage-burning ceremony; the church was built at a cost of $340,000 and was dedicated in 1969. The Rev. Steve Lingenfelter has joined the staff of Bethel Assembly of God as youth minister; he is a graduate of Central Bible College in Springfield, Mo...
Correction 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
In Friday's editorial, the sponsor of the Charles L. Hutson Auction was incorrect. The auction was sponsored exclusively by Old Town Cape to boost economic development and improvements in the historic downtown area. The Downtown Merchants Association merged into Old Town Cape in 2004. The Southeast Missourian regrets the error...
Bad politicians are our own fault (04/29/09)
There was a funny little ditty on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" the other night that also made the rounds of the Internet. Someone sent an unbelievably ignorant comment to a newspaper that fully displayed his stupidity. So much so that it was hilarious. But the punch line was that "this idiot had the right to vote."...
Prudent spending (04/29/09)
Missouri expects to receive more than $4 billion from the federal government through various economic stimulus packages. Of that, about half is earmarked for specific uses, with one of the biggest chunks going for transportation projects. That leaves about $2 billion to be budgeted by the Missouri Legislature...
Pro-lifers are not terrorists (04/29/09)
Regarding the report on right-wing extremists: This is troubling. Instead of targeting those who are trying to destroy America, the government is singling out those who stand up for human life and citizens who oppose the new administration's policies. And they're putting your First Amendment rights at risk in the process...
Misleading info on report (04/29/09)
Recently there has been a conservative whine about the Missouri Department of Public Safety's report titled "The Modern Militia Movement." I have just read the eight-page report online. The title is accurate. It provides a brief -- and fair -- overview of the militia movement and some of the concerns this movement presents to public safety and law enforcement...
Speak Out 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
School bus stop sign; Indecent photo
Prayer 4/29/09 (04/29/09)
Amidst all the pressures of this life, be with us, O God, and comfort us. Amen.
Heartland Pops Chorus Recruiting for Fall Concert (04/29/09)
By: Jerry Ganiel The Heartland Pops Chorus is recruiting new members for it's "An Afternoon With The Pops Chorus" Concert to be held Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2:00P.M. at Crossroads Church. Especially needed are more men for a fifties number. An organizational meeting/rehearsal will take place this Monday evening, May 4 at 7:00P.M. ...
2009 SEMO 4-H Rodeo Season Begins (04/29/09)
By: Sharon Tuschhoff, 4-H Youth Program Assistant The 2009 SEMO 4-H Rodeo season began on Saturday, April 25th at Patton Saddle Club in Bollinger County. There are 193 members enrolled in the program this year from the nine surrounding counties of Bollinger, Butler, Cape, Dunklin, Madison, Ripley, Scott, Stoddard and Wayne. ...
RED HOUSE OPEN WEEKDAYS STARTING MAY 19 AND WELCOMES AREA GUEST CRAFTERS IN MAY! (04/29/09)
RED HOUSE OPEN WEEKDAYS STARTING MAY 19 RED HOUSE WELCOMES JACKSON ARTIST KELLEY HUGHES AND STUDENTS MAY 2, MARBLE HILL CRAFTER AND SPINNER BARB BAILEY ON MAY 9, AND AREA CRAFTER KARLA VANGILDER ON MAY 16! The Cape Girardeau Red House Interpretive Center will offer expanded summer hours starting on May 19 and continuing until September 6. ...
Wine Tasting to Benefit Children with Hearing Problems (04/29/09)
By: Joyce Cooley Friday afternoon the local Miracle-Ear Center in Cape Girardeau will host a Wine Tasting to benefit the Miracle-Ear Children's Foundation. The Foundation provides for education in hearing loss prevention among children and provides hearing aids to children in need at no cost. ...
RED HOUSE SEEKING ADDITIONAL DOCENTS FOR 2009 SEASON (04/29/09)
THE RED HOUSE IS ALWAYS SEEKING NEW DOCENTS! WANT TO BE A DOCENT AT THE RED HOUSE INTERPRETIVE CENTER IN DOWNTOWN CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI? The Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Red House Interpretive Center is seeking additional docents! Attention local history buffs! On Saturdays and summer weekdays docents, in period dress, will welcome visitors to the Red House Interpretive Center, located on the Cape Girardeau riverfront. ...
Nell Holcomb bus driver honored at assembly (04/29/09)
An assembly on Monday honored Sue Rees, school bus driver for Nell Holcomb school who was involved in an accident this month on Highway 177. Rees was honored for her efforts in checking on the safety of the children on the bus. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and Rep. Scott Lipke presented official declarations honoring Rees...
Humane Society's Featured Pet (04/29/09)
By: The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri Millie is a 1 year old Dachshund mix. She is precious! Millie is available for adoption at The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri, 573-334-5837. See more pets available at www.semopets.org
Senator Jason Crowell with St. Augustine School (04/29/09)
By: Angie Plunkett On April 28, 2009, 7th and 8th graders from St. Augustine School in Kelso toured the State Capitol and met with Senator Jason Crowell.
Mother to be (04/29/09)
By: Don Swanner Robin on nest.
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