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Emergency personnel investigate possible fuel leak along Cape Girardeau creek (05/20/09)
Emergency personnel are investigating what appears to be some kind of possible fuel leak in the creek that runs along West End Boulevard between Southern Expressway and Highway 74. That section of roadway was closed off around 10 p.m. Wednesday while officers searched the creek trying to identify the source of the gas odor, said Cape Girardeau police officer Robert Ross...
Gov. Nixon requests disaster declaration from May storms (05/20/09)
Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday requested that President Barack Obama declare a major disaster in 38 Missouri counties as a result of severe weather that hit the state May 8-16, according to a news release from the governor's office. The storm was responsible for seven deaths, 21 injuries, widespread property damage and power outages to 150,000 customers, the news release said...
Shawnee project architect wants apology for comments made during council meeting (05/20/09)
Architect Ron Grojean is upset over comments made during a Cape Girardeau City Council meeting that accused him of being the cause for bids on the new Shawnee Sports Complex and community center exceeding estimates by almost $300,000. "I didn't do anything wrong," said Grojean, who has 38 years of experience in the field. "I did as I was told...
Evening fire destroys home off Farmington Road (05/20/09)
Jackson firefighters spent more than three hours Tuesday night battling a blaze off Farmington Road that destroyed the home of John and Barbara Lewis. The house fire, which occurred shortly after 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, was a total loss. By 8:15 p.m., the flames engulfing the house could be seen from Lexington and Kingshighway in Cape Girardeau...
Stoddard County man charged with involuntary manslaughter after weekend crash (05/20/09)
BERNIE, Mo. -- One man is dead and another is charged with involuntary manslaughter following a two-vehicle accident Sunday on Route Z, seven miles east of Bernie. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Ronald F. Carver, 41, of Bernie was westbound at 5:30 p.m. Sunday on a 1985 Honda motorcycle when he struck the rear of a westbound all terrain vehicle, which had slowed in the roadway to make a turn...
Rice responds to McCaskill criticism of federal building application, says area lacks long-term help for homeless (05/20/09)
The Rev. Larry Rice on Tuesday questioned U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill's contention that the Cape Girardeau area has no need for the type of large, transitional housing facility for the homeless of the kind the New Life Evangelistic Center is proposing for the old federal building at 339 Broadway...
Woman arrested after alleged gun threat in Perry County (05/20/09)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- A Perry County woman is in jail on charges that she threatened a person with a handgun in a roadside confrontation. According to the Perry County Sheriff's Department, 38-year-old Connie S. Pritchard was arrested around 7 a.m. ...
Driver in Monday Cape Girardeau police chase faces string of felonies (05/20/09)
A Missouri man has been charged with a string of felony offenses related to a Monday morning police pursuit over a stolen car.
Drury University to explore satellite campus in Jackson (05/20/09)
Drury University will hold an open house May 26 to determine if enough interest exists to establish a satellite campus in Jackson, according to a news release Tuesday from the Jackson Chamber of Commerce. The release said a representative from the university's College of Graduate and Continuing Studies will be on site from 3 to 5 p.m. ...
The Community College Option, Part 4: Three Rivers says establishing center in Cape a matter of finding a place (05/20/09)
Editor's note: This is the fourth part of a series about higher education needs in the Cape Girardeau area. By Alaina Busch Southeast Missourian First it was a racquetball court, then a preschool. Now, the building Three Rivers Community College renovated to house its Sikeston center provides education for almost 300 students per semester...
Stores: Poor economy hasn't caused increase in shoplifting of groceries (05/20/09)
Despite the poor economy and job market, area supermarkets haven't reported a noticeable increase in shoplifting incidents in which grocery or household items were stolen. However, on Sunday Cape Girardeau police issued a summons in a shoplifting incident that occurred at Save-A-Lot, 121 S. Sprigg St...
River to go 9 feet past flood stage at Cape (05/20/09)
The National Weather Service's latest prediction forecasts the Mississippi River to go nine feet over flood stage at Cape Girardeau on Saturday. In a prediction issued Tuesday morning, the weather service said the river would continue to rise from 35.5 feet Tuesday night to 41 feet Saturday morning. ...
Correction 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Tuesday's story on the police chase should have said the police department truck was parked and was struck by the suspect;'s car, but the police truck did not run into the car.
Illinois man recovering after near drowning at Wappapello Lake (05/20/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- An Illinois man is recovering at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center today after nearly drowning on Wappapello Lake last weekend. Joseph Holzum's wife, Mary, credits the quick actions of strangers and a life jacket with saving her husband's life...
Oran man sentenced to federal prison for firearm possession (05/20/09)
An Oran man was sentenced Monday in federal court in Cape Girardeau for unlawful possession of firearms. Vernon J. Hanselman, 50, was sentenced to 18 months in prison on one felony count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. On Oct. 24, 2008, Hanselman was in possession of numerous firearms and rounds of ammunition. Due to Hanselman's prior felony convictions, he is prohibited to possess firearms...
Route W is topic of open house (05/20/09)
A meeting set up by the Missouri Department of Transportation to explain the planned on Route W was held Tuesday at the Osage Community Centre. The meeting had an open-house format, allowing visitors to discuss their concerns with members of the project team. About eight project team members helped around 40 attendees...
Several MoDOT projects planned in area this week (05/20/09)
Bridge work to reduce Route HH to one lane Route HH will be reduced to one lane between County Road 538 and Route H on the Interstate 55 overpass near Miner, Mo., while crews from Missouri Department of Transportation perform bridge repairs. The work will take place from 7 a.m. to noon today...
Title: Target something-not everything-in your résumé (05/20/09)
Content: Candidate's Background Tom's objective was to secure a highly coveted pharmaceutical sales position. His main concern-one brought up in previous interviews-was that he lacked the preferred business-to-business (B2B) sales experience. ...
Six charged in $500,000 farm equipment theft (05/20/09)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Southwest Missouri investigators say if the price of farm equipment looks like a steal, it might be just that.
Missouri to use stimulus money for jobs program (05/20/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state Department of Health and Senior Services plans to spend $2.8 million over 14 months to help older Missourians get jobs.
Man diagnosed with swine flu in St. Louis County dies (05/20/09)
CLAYTON, Mo. -- A 44-year-old St. Louis County man diagnosed with swine flu after traveling to Mexico died Tuesday, state and county health officials said. The man's name was not released. He died around 6:15 a.m. Tuesday while in intensive care at an undisclosed St. Louis-area hospital...
Unemployment rate falls; job losses mount (05/20/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's April unemployment rate fell by more than half a percentage point to 8.1 percent. The drop from 8.7 percent in March breaks a nearly yearlong string of rising unemployment and is the greatest monthly drop in joblessness since at least January 1976...
Feds: Missouri benefit plan doesn't qualify for stimulus money (05/20/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's attempt to draw down $133 million in federal stimulus money for unemployment benefits may not pass muster with the federal government. On their final day in session, Missouri lawmakers on Friday passed a bill expanding eligibility for jobless benefits in an attempt to qualify for enhanced federal funding. Gov. Jay Nixon praised the bill as one of the session's successes...
Nixon denies clemency for Skillicorn (05/20/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Corrections officials on Tuesday were preparing for Missouri's first execution in nearly four years, even as attorneys for Dennis Skillicorn continued efforts to spare his life. Skillicorn, 49, was scheduled to die by injection at 12:01 a.m. today at the prison in Bonne Terre...
Worker dies at Taum Sauk reservoir (05/20/09)
ST. LOUIS -- A woman was killed Tuesday while working on a concrete placement as part of the rebuilding project at the Taum Sauk reservoir, which collapsed more than three years ago. Ozark Constructors LLC said the 48-year-old worker was flown to Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, where she died. The name of the woman has not been released...
Target posts 13 percent drop in 1Q profit (05/20/09)
NEW YORK -- Discount retailer Target Corp. reported a 13 percent decline in first-quarter profit on Wednesday as it confronts sluggish consumer spending. But the results beat analysts' estimates because of cost-control measures.
Survey: Comcast, DirecTV, Cox up in customer satisfaction (05/20/09)
PHILADELPHIA -- Comcast Corp. showed the biggest gain in customer satisfaction among cable and satellite TV operators, a survey showed Tuesday.
Air France-KLM, Delta tie-up to reap $12B annually (05/20/09)
Delta Air Lines Inc., Air France and KLM signed a deal Wednesday to combine two separate joint venture agreements into one to create a more integrated trans-Atlantic powerhouse that they said will generate $12 billion in annual revenue.
Deer 2Q profit tumbles 38 percent (05/20/09)
PITTSBURGH -- Deere & Co., the world's largest maker of farm equipment, said Wednesday its fiscal second-quarter profit slid 38 percent as lower crop prices and the global recession dampened demand for its products. It also slashed its 2009 profit outlook by 27 percent.
Bank of America raises $13.5 billion selling stock (05/20/09)
CHARLOTTE, NC -- Bank of America Corp. said Tuesday that in less than two weeks it has raised $13.47 billion through the sale of 1.25 billion shares at an average price of $10.77 each.
AP sources: US eyes financial regulatory panel (05/20/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration, trying to crack down on abuses exposed by the financial crisis, is considering creation of a regulatory commission to protect consumers of financial products such as credit cards and mortgages, according to administration and industry officials.
Home construction posts small rebound (05/20/09)
WASHINGTON -- Single-family home construction posted a modest rebound in April, raising hopes that the three-year slide in housing is leveling off. But a bulging supply of unsold homes, record levels of foreclosures and still-falling home prices suggest a sustained recovery isn't likely until next spring at the earliest...
Birth rate slowed before recession (05/20/09)
WASHINGTON -- Did America's moms, dads and potential parents see the meltdown coming before the economists? Just before the earliest stages of the recession, there was a steep decline in the population growth of children less than a year old, newly released census figures show...
Senate OKs bill to rein in credit card rate increases (05/20/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to rein in credit card rate increases and excessive fees, hoping to give voters some breathing room amid a recession that has left hundreds of thousands of Americans jobless or facing foreclosure...
Warrant issued for mother of Minnesota boy resisting chemotherapy treatment (05/20/09)
NEW ULM, Minn. -- A judge issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for the mother of a 13-year-old boy resisting chemotherapy after the pair missed a court hearing on his welfare. Brown County District Judge John Rodenberg also ordered that Daniel Hauser be placed in protective custody so he can get proper medical treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma...
Early fossil skeleton sheds light on primate evolution (05/20/09)
NEW YORK -- The nearly complete and remarkably preserved skeleton of a small, 47 million-year-old creature found in Germany was displayed Tuesday by scientists who said it would help illuminate the evolutionary roots of monkeys, apes and humans...
New Obama rules will transform U.S. auto fleet (05/20/09)
DETROIT -- Some soccer moms will have to give up hulking sport utility vehicles. Carpenters will still haul materials around in pickup trucks, but they will cost more. Nearly everybody else will drive smaller cars, and more of them will run on electricity...
Somali piracy suspect indicted in New York City court (05/20/09)
NEW YORK -- A Somali teenager whose role in the commandeering of an American cargo ship thrust him into the international spotlight has been indicted on multiple criminal charges, authorities said Tuesday. Abdiwali Abdiqadir Muse, the only pirate to survive the siege, has been jailed in Manhattan since he was captured on April 12 and flown to the United States to face what's believed to be the first U.S. piracy prosecution in more than a century...
Hubble departs shuttle for new discoveries (05/20/09)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A rejuvenated Hubble Space Telescope departed the space shuttle Tuesday and sailed off for new discoveries. "It's showtime for us now," said program scientist Eric Smith. Hubble -- considered to be at its prime following five days of repairs and upgrades -- was gently dropped overboard by the shuttle Atlantis astronauts, the last humans to see the 19-year-old observatory up close...
Buff in Baghdad: Iraqis don't jog or bike, but fitness clubs are the latest craze (05/20/09)
BAGHDAD -- Across a mirrored room from stationary bikes and an occasional treadmill, men in tank tops knock back protein shakes and pump iron to loud hip hop. It's a common scene in America -- and the latest craze in Baghdad. In a city of few diversions and long cut off from the outside world, the boom in health clubs represents another sign that Iraq is slowly emerging from decades of dictatorship and war...
WHO wants swine flu vaccine donations for poor countries (05/20/09)
GENEVA -- The World Health Organization urged drugmakers to reserve some of their pandemic swine flu vaccine for poor countries but received few concrete offers Tuesday as experts disclosed that an effective flu shot is still months away. The global body wants companies to donate at least 10 percent of their production or offer reduced prices for poor countries that could otherwise be left without vaccines if there is a sudden surge in demand. ...
Japan economy shrinks at record 15.2 percent pace (05/20/09)
TOKYO -- Japan's economy contracted by a 15.2 percent annual pace in the first quarter -- its sharpest drop on record -- as exports plunged, companies slashed production and families cut back on spending, the government said Wednesday.
Haitians welcome Clinton as U.N. envoy (05/20/09)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Former president Bill Clinton became the U.N.'s first special envoy to Haiti on Tuesday, bringing an unmatched combination of local popularity and global star power to help a country devastated by political turmoil, poverty and natural disasters...
Sri Lanka reaches out to minority after declaring victory (05/20/09)
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka -- Sri Lanka's president declared his country "liberated from separatist terror" Tuesday as state television broadcast images of the Tamil Tiger rebel leader's body after it was recovered from the battlefield. But in his victory address to parliament, President Mahinda Rajapaksa appeared to reach out to the minority Tamils, for whom the rebels had said they were trying to carve out a homeland. He also alluded to promises to forge a power-sharing agreement with them...
British expense scandal ousts lower house speaker (05/20/09)
LONDON -- Leaving the speaker's chair in Britain hasn't always been quite so orderly. Seven speakers of the House of Commons were beheaded -- but that was centuries ago. Michael Martin said Tuesday he would step down from the prestigious post, becoming the highest-ranking casualty of Britain's widening expense scandal in Parliament. In announcing his resignation for June 21, he became the first House of Commons speaker to be forced out in 300 years...
Athlete of the week 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Jackson sophomore Tanner Werner's golfing skills have landed him in multiple high-pressure situations, so he knows how to handle the butterflies. Werner worked his way around Dalhousie Golf Course in 70 shots, two under par, to capture medalist honors at the SEMO Conference meet. Werner stepped to the 18th tee box clinging to a one-shot lead...
Crusaders' rotation in good position heading into title game (05/20/09)
CHARLESTON -- Saxony Lutheran senior pitcher Garrett Fritsche entered his team's district semifinal contest against Charleston on Tuesday knowing that if he pitched a complete-game victory, then the Crusaders would have ace Chris Roth fully rested and ready to go for the district title game today...
Kelly upsets defending state champs (05/20/09)
CHARLESTON -- Kelly's Josh DeBrock stepped to the plate with his team one out away from elimination against one of the hardest throwing hurlers in Southeast Missouri. DeBrock looked out at Scott City's Shae Simmons, who was the winning pitcher in last year's Class 2 championship game...
High school roundup: Notre Dame cruises past Fredericktown (05/20/09)
The Notre Dame baseball team continued to roll Tuesday, pounding Fredericktown 10-0 in five innings in the semifinals of the Class 3 District 1 tournament. Notre Dame, 23-1 and ranked first in the state, will face Kennett in today's 4 p.m. title game at Dexter. Kennett, an 8-7 winner over Dexter, already has lost to Notre Dame twice this season...
Bell City only needs one hit to oust Oran (05/20/09)
ORAN -- Bell City's Jeff Long stepped out of the batter's box shaking his head in frustration. He took a vicious cut at a fastball at his knees and missed for strike two. "I should have hit it," Long said. When Oran pitcher Zac Chasteen delivered a full-count fastball up in the zone, Long didn't miss again...
Slaten earns all-state honors (05/20/09)
Notre Dame senior Brett Slaten knocked seven strokes off his first-round score to finish in the top 15 at the Class 3 state golf meet Tuesday. Slaten shot a 75 at Fremont Hills Country Club to finish at 82-75--157 and in a four-way tie for 13th. He earned all-state honors by finishing in the top 15...
Will he go or stay? (05/20/09)
This week's Ohio Valley Conference tournament could mark the end of Jim Klocke's college career if Southeast Missouri State doesn't win the championship and earn the OVC's automatic NCAA berth. Klocke, a junior, would be welcomed back with open arms to Southeast next season...
Two Redhawks repeat on all-OVC first team (05/20/09)
Southeast Missouri State senior right fielder Tyrell Cummings and junior catcher Jim Klocke earned repeat spots on the all-Ohio Valley Conference first team Tuesday. Sophomore DH Louie Haseltine garnered second-team honors, while shortstop Kenton Parmley made the OVC all-freshmen squad for the Redhawks...
Carpenter on track to return to mound today (05/20/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Chris Carpenter is set to return to the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation today. Outfielder Rick Ankiel might be back in the lineup, too. Carpenter said Tuesday he's had no setbacks in his rehab from a strained left rib cage muscle that landed him on the 15-day disabled list April 15. The team decided against a final bullpen session after the 2005 NL Cy Young winner threw nearly 100 pitches Friday...
Detroit opens 2-0 lead (05/20/09)
DETROIT -- Mikael Samuelsson scored 5:14 into overtime, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night and a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Chris Osgood made 37 saves for the defending Stanley Cup champions. Game 3 is Friday night in Chicago...
Pineiro mows down Cubs in three-hitter (05/20/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Joel Pineiro was so locked in, 28 Cubs batters saw a total of 28 balls. Pineiro pitched a three-hitter for his first shutout in six seasons and first complete game since 2006 as the St. Louis Cardinals snapped a three-game slide with a 3-0 victory over Chicago on Tuesday night...
Bryant's free throws give Lakers 105-103 win (05/20/09)
LOS ANGELES -- Those wildly inconsistent Lakers showed up for their Western Conference finals opener against Denver and still managed to defend their home court. Kobe Bryant scored 40 points, including six free throws in the final 30 seconds, to lift Los Angeles to a 105-103 victory over the Nuggets on Tuesday night after the Lakers trailed most of the game...
Healthy grilling all about timing (05/20/09)
Grilling generally is a healthy cooking method because little or no fat is needed. But the intense, dry heat can quickly turn food tough and leathery, especially if you start with something lean. Boneless, skinless chicken breasts, pork and beef tenderloin, as well as most white fish and shellfish, are healthy choices because they are all low in fat. That also means they usually are low in flavor and moisture, too...
Wood chips' benefits are more than cosmetic (05/20/09)
Stores are now awash with wood and bark chips. Besides the usual supply available at nurseries and garden centers, clean white bags of chips are also neatly stacked in front of hardware stores, supermarkets, even convenience stores. These piles of chips are feeding the springtime urge to spruce things up. Yet the benefit of chips can be more than just cosmetic...
Recipe Swap: Shrimp recipes from food show make sister's birthday a bash (05/20/09)
Today is my sister Pat's birthday. Because I value my life, I will not share her age with you, except to say that she is my oldest sister and is 12 years older than I. Putting aside the age difference, she is my dear friend and has been just like another mother to our children. ...
Audio: MP3s from Isabella (05/20/09)
The local hardcore screamo outfit Isabella has won a chance to play at Pointfest, an alternative music festival put on by 105.7 The Point, in St. Louis on Saturday. Click the links below to download two of their songs. MP3: When You're Gone MP3: Fighting Yourself...
Two King siblings oppose film deal (05/20/09)
ATLANTA -- DreamWorks Studios plans to tell the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s story on the big screen in a film to be co-produced by Steven Spielberg, the studio announced Tuesday. The studio described it as a monumental project, but two of King's children say the film deal was brokered without their blessing...
Sugarland leads with five CMT award nominations (05/20/09)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Sugarland leads all the nominees announced Tuesday for Country Music Television's awards show next month with five nominations. Brad Paisley and Taylor Swift are next with four each, followed by Rascal Flatts and newcomers Lady Antebellum with three fan-voted nominations apiece...
Dealer group in talks with Chrysler on franchises (05/20/09)
NEW YORK -- A group representing Chrysler dealers said Monday it is in talks with the automaker in hopes of getting it to scale back plans to terminate the franchise agreements of about a quarter of its dealers.
Derek Albright (05/20/09)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Derek Thomas Albright, 16, of Mounds died Saturday, May 16, 2009, in Villa Ridge, Ill. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to service time Thursday at Meridian High School gymnasium in Mounds. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in the gymnasium, with the Revs. Buddy Walls, Tom Bridges and Larry Miller officiating. Burial will be in Green Lawn Memorial Gardens in Villa Ridge...
Marvin Ancell (05/20/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Marvin J Ancell, 86, of Poplar Bluff died Monday, May 18, 2009, at his home. He was born May 5, 1923, in Chaffee, Mo. He and Pat Parkest were married March 23, 1979, in Blytheville, Ark. Ancell worked 38 years with Frisco Railroad and Burlington-Northern Railroad. He was a well-known fisherman at Kentucky Lake 30 years, bringing home 200 to 400 crappie each spring season. He was a former member of Elks Lodge at Chaffee...
Beulah Mowery (05/20/09)
Beulah Mowery ANNA, Ill. -- Beulah Mae Mowery, 100, of Anna died Monday, May 18, 2009, at City Care Center in Anna. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Jonesboro, Ill. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Dongola, Ill., with the Rev. Tim Heinecke officiating. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery...
Births 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Randen; McGee; Kiplinger
Fire report 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Monday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Police report 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Cape Girardeau: Arrests; Thefts; Miscellaneous
Out of the past 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
25 years ago: May 20, 1984 CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Sister Pancratia (Grace Marie) Schmitt, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmitt, celebrates the golden jubilee of her first vows as an Adorer of the Sisters of the Precious Blood of Christ in the morning at St. Ambrose Catholic Church...
Graduation prospects (05/20/09)
All across this great land, high school graduates this week will mark the end of their primary education before heading out to the great unknown. Some will take the next step toward higher education while others will either enter the work force or military service or some other form of advanced training...
Cap and gown (05/20/09)
Milestone events are important memories of our lifetimes: births, birthdays, graduation, engagements, weddings, anniversaries. We are in the season of high school and college graduations. Thanks to the efforts of a Jackson High School student, her mother and state Rep. Scott Lipke, some students who might have been excluded from a high school commencement program next year will be able to don a cap and gown and march with their contemporaries...
All that beauty at Pinecrest (05/20/09)
The photo submitted by Linda Penzel of the storm damage at Pinecrest Azalea Gardens was sad. Our Senior Adult Church group from First Baptist Church in Jackson went to Pinecrest a few weeks ago and were amazed at the beautiful dogwoods and azaleas. To see these plants in their natural setting was breathtaking. ...
Speak Out 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Pool memories; Effective tactics; Homeless impact; Good for America; Playing politics
Prayer 5/20/09 (05/20/09)
Protect us, O God, from evil, and hear our prayers when we are spared. Amen.
D-Day to bring an invasion of the Spirit (05/20/09)
June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy, France. It was the beginning of the end of Hitler's reign of terror. Another D-Day invasion will be taking place June 4 to 6 at the University of Missouri Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center in Normandy, when leaders of Missouri Prayer Global Mission invite the public to join the battle to take the state...
Court Appointed Special Advocates Hosts 5 and 10k Run/Walk (05/20/09)
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Southeast Missouri is partnering with the Southeast Hospital Wellness Center to host the Third Annual "Run for a Child" 5 and 10k Run/Walk on June 27, 2009. The race is held to raise money to train more CASA volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in Southeast Missouri. ...
The Humane Society's Featured Pet (05/20/09)
Bubba is a 2 year old Chihuahua mix. He is a real character! Bubba is available for adoption at The Humane Society of SEMO, 573-334-5837. See more pets available at www.semopets.org
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