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Three arrested for assault at Marble Hill convenience store (06/03/09)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Two men and a woman were arrested Friday following an alleged assault at the Amerimart store in Marble Hill. Arrested were Ryan C Brown, 48, Justin Baker, 20, and Megan N. Mayfield, 17, all of Marble Hill. Baker and Brown were arrested on suspicion of first-degree assault; bond for each man was set at $50,000 cash only, and they remained in the Bollinger County Jail Wednesday morning...
Cape Girardeau woman seriously injured in Tuesday night crash (06/03/09)
A Cape Girardeau woman was seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident Tuesday evening, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Shelia R. Perry, 43, was driving her 1991 Buick westbound on Highway 74 one mile west of Cape Girardeau when she traveled off the left side of the roadway around 11:30 p.m. Perry then struck a utility pole and gas line and overturned...
GSA prepares for negotiations to sell old federal building in Cape Girardeau (06/03/09)
The General Services Administration is preparing to try to sell the Broadway federal building in Cape Girardeau to any interested public entity, a spokesman said Tuesday. And Cape Girardeau County is definitely interested. The Department of Health and Human Services decision that denied the New Life Evangelistic Center's application to operate a homeless shelter in the building at 339 Broadway was announced Monday. ...
Two plead guilty to Southeast Missouri mortgage fraud (06/03/09)
Two mortgage brokers who admitted they crafted a scheme to defraud finance companies of large sums of money could receive federal prison terms ranging from seven to 25 years.
Cape Girardeau opts out of sales tax holiday (06/03/09)
On Monday the Cape Girardeau City Council voted unanimously to opt out of a statewide sales tax holiday during the first weekend in August for the first time since the statute was enacted in 2005. Low operating reserves in the city budget led the council to opt out of the tax holiday and maintain the local 2.75 percent sales tax. ...
Poplar Bluff man in Cape Girardeau hospital after being hit by car (06/03/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Poplar Bluff man is recovering in a Cape Girardeau hospital where he was taken for treatment of the injuries sustained when he was struck by a car Monday.
Mississippi County uranium exploration delayed because of recession (06/03/09)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The recession has forced a Boulder, Colo., company to delay drilling wells in Mississippi County to get uranium ...
Number of meth labs seized in Southeast Missouri on track to double over 2008 (06/03/09)
Law enforcement agencies say they are seeing a spike in methamphetamine production in Southeast Missouri so far this year, despite tighter restrictions on the purchase of cold medications containing pseudoephedrine ...
The Community College Option, Part 6: Area coalition looks at Greene County's success with community college, university (06/03/09)
After Ozarks Technical Community College opened in Springfield, Mo., in 1991, its enrollment and facilities soon started expanding. Voters around Springfield opted to convert the Graff Area Vocational Technical Center into a community college in 1990. Ozarks, which started with three buildings in Springfield, now has two campuses and education centers in Waynesville, Lebanon and Branson ...
Resurfacing, shoulder repairs reduce US 61 to one lane (06/03/09)
US 61 in Cape Girardeau, Perry and St. Genevieve counties will be reduced to one lane while a contractor performs resurfacing and shoulder repairs through Sept. 11. Work will take place at various locations with milling of pavement on the southbound lanes and asphalt overlay on the northbound lanes. Crews will work on the roadway from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m...
Section of William Street reduced to one lane (06/03/09)
A section of William Street in Cape Girardeau will be reduced to one lane while Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform pavement repairs. Work is scheduled to take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Thursday. This section of roadway is located between Silver Springs Road and Kingshighway...
Missouri revenue drops 5 percent in May (06/03/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri revenue for the nearly completed 2009 budget year is down 5 percent, and Gov. Jay Nixon's budget director said Wednesday that it's likely to get worse. Budget Director Linda Luebbering said state revenue could fall even further in June, dropping the year's collections to around 6 percent below the 2008 level. Missouri's budget year ends June 30...
Bartender shot, killed in St. Louis (06/03/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Police had few new details Tuesday in the killing of a bartender during an attempted robbery at a popular downtown pub, but Chief Daniel Isom sought to ease concerns about violence in the city, saying it continues to be a "very safe" place...
Gov. Nixon billing flights to other offices (06/03/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The cost of a flight to tour a battery plant: $793. A trip to the Missouri-Kansas basketball game: $1,295. A two-day fly-around to promote a health-care proposal: $3,740. The cost to Gov. Jay Nixon's gubernatorial budget: $0...
National D-Day Memorial in financial trouble (06/03/09)
BEDFORD, Va. -- On the eve of the 65th anniversary of D-Day, the foundation that runs the National D-Day Memorial is facing financial trouble. Donations are down in the poor economy. The primary base of support -- World War II veterans -- is dying off. And the privately funded memorial is struggling to draw visitors because it's hundreds of miles from a major city...
Source: AIG agrees to sell two NYC buildings (06/03/09)
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina -- The embattled insurer American International Group Inc. is selling its headquarters building in New York and a nearby building in a deal expected to close at the end of this summer, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday...
Jobless rates rise in all US metro areas in April (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- Jobless rates rose in all the largest U.S. metropolitan areas for the fourth straight month in April, according to government data released Wednesday. The Labor Department reported all 372 metropolitan areas tracked saw their jobless rates increase in April from a year earlier. ...
New drink tax widely opposed (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- A push for new taxes on soda, beer and wine to help pay for Americans' health care is stirring up more than just the beverage industry. Advertisers, corn refiners -- even addiction treatment centers -- have mobilized their lobbyists, reflecting how a tax increase for a handful of popular products can reverberate broadly across Washington's interest groups...
Bernanke: start work now to curb budget deficit (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is urging Congress and the Obama administration to start plotting a strategy to curb record-high U.S. budget deficits. Failing to do so could eventually erode investor confidence and endanger the economy's prospects for long-term health, he said...
FDA reviewing conclusion on safety of bisphenol-A (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing its conclusion from last year that a much-debated chemical used in baby bottles and food containers is safe for infants. The news came hours after two influential Democrats sent a letter Tuesday questioning that decision to new FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg. She has pledged to restore confidence in the agency by putting science first in its decision-making process...
Discounts, not efficiency, drive US auto sales up (06/03/09)
DETROIT -- Americans bought more cars in May than in any other month this year, drawn by fire sale prices that pushed General Motors and Chrysler's sales above expectations despite their forays into bankruptcy protection. Overall sales were still 34 percent lower than a year ago...
Senate reviews closing of GM, Chrysler dealerships (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- Top executives from General Motors and Chrysler face tough questions from lawmakers about sweeping plans to close hundreds of car dealerships as the auto companies undergo government-led bankruptcies. The executives will appear before a Senate committee Wednesday to talk about their dealership plans...
Two Ky. men sentenced for Nativity theft (06/03/09)
SOMERSET, Ky. -- A Christmas prank in a small Kentucky town has netted jail time for two young men who stole the baby Jesus. Nicholas A. Brainard, 21, and 19-year-old David A. Gialdini were sentenced Monday to 45 days in jail and two years of probation on their guilty pleas to stealing a baby Jesus from a Somerset family's Nativity scene in December...
Stores, brands tap into power of frugal bloggers (06/03/09)
NEW YORK -- When Melissa Garcia was frustrated by Old Navy's scanty coupon offerings, she didn't just complain to the store. She vented on a message board tied to her blog consumerqueen.com, which is read by at least 30,000 people each month and now, increasingly, by corporate America...
GM to sell Hummer to Chinese manufacturer (06/03/09)
DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. took a step toward its downsizing Tuesday, striking a tentative deal to sell its Hummer brand to a Chinese manufacturer, while also revealing that it has potential buyers for its Saturn and Saab brands. China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co. ...
Pending home sales increase 6.7 percent in April (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- The number of U.S. homebuyers who agreed to buy a previously occupied home took the largest monthly jump in nearly eight years in April, but there are still plenty of danger signs for the U.S. housing market. Home sales appear likely to head upward this summer, potentially to levels not seen since the stock market collapsed last autumn, but prices are expected to keep falling well into next year. ...
Sprint and Palm look to Pre for success (06/03/09)
NEW YORK -- When Palm Inc.'s and Sprint Nextel Corp.'s latest bundle of smart phone joy, the Pre, arrives Saturday, it will be entering an increasingly crowded market backed by parents that have a lot riding on its success. The Pre -- which costs $200 with a two-year service plan after a $100 rebate -- might be most important to Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Palm, the company that helped usher in the handheld computing era with the original Palm Pilot in 1996. ...
Doctor wants to carry on Tiller's work (06/03/09)
OMAHA, Neb. -- Physician LeRoy Carhart wants to continue providing third-term abortions after the slaying of his friend and colleague George Tiller, but the Nebraska doctor doesn't have anywhere to perform them -- and he's one of only a handful of providers who will...
Sotomayor addresses charges of bias (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- Judge Sonia Sotomayor on Tuesday countered Republican charges that she would let her background dictate her rulings as Americans signaled a favorable first impression of President Obama's first Supreme Court choice. A new Associated Press-GfK poll suggested Americans have a more positive view of her than they did of any of former president George W. Bush's nominees to the high court. Half backed her confirmation...
Appeals court upholds Chicago's handgun ban (06/03/09)
CHICAGO -- A federal appeals court Tuesday upheld ordinances barring the ownership of handguns in most cases in Chicago and suburban Oak Park, finding a Supreme Court ruling in a District of Columbia case doesn't apply. The three-judge panel of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the National Rifle Association's appeal of a judge's ruling in December that upheld the Chicago and Oak Park ordinances...
Saying Sotomayor (06/03/09)
NEW YORK -- In the week since she was named as President Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Sonia Sotomayor's name has been on a lot of people's lips. But people have been saying it differently. She pronounces her own name soh-toh-my-YOR', with the accent on the final syllable. But plenty of TV news anchors have put the accent on the first syllable or come up with some other variation...
Obama breaks from usual Mideast policy (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- President Obama has gotten tough with Israel and chosen Cairo -- where President Hosni Mubarak rules with a firm hand -- for his much-awaited overture to the Islamic world in what appears to be a clear break from decades of U.S. policy...
Senate advances bill to regulate tobacco (06/03/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Senate took a step Tuesday toward giving the government some controls over the tobacco industry, increasing the chances a long-sought goal of anti-smoking advocates will be realized. The 84-11 Senate vote to consider the bill came a month after the House overwhelmingly passed a similar measure giving the Food and Drug Administration authority to regulate cigarettes and other tobacco products...
Israel approves contentious hotel (06/03/09)
JERUSALEM -- Israel plans to build a 200-room hotel next to the Old City of Jerusalem, the Interior Ministry announced Tuesday, drawing a mild protest from the United States. An official at the U.S. Consulate in east Jerusalem expressed concern about demolition of Palestinian properties that are part of the construction plan...
Brazil confirms Air France jet crashed in Atlantic Ocean (06/03/09)
FERNANDO DE NORONHA, Brazil -- Brazilian military planes found a three-mile path of wreckage in the Atlantic Ocean, confirming that an Air France jet carrying 228 people crashed in the sea, Defense Minister Nelson Jobim said Tuesday. Jobim told reporters in Rio de Janeiro that the discovery "confirms that the plane went down in that area," hundreds of miles from the Brazilian archipelago of Fernando de Noronha...
Chile police find suitcases made out of cocaine (06/03/09)
SANTIAGO, Chile -- Police say two suitcases carried by a woman who was about to fly from Chile to Spain were made of cocaine. Detective Leandro Morales at the Santiago airport said the drug "was not hidden in the luggage. This time the suitcases were the drug."...
WHO says swine flu alert getting closer to pandemic (06/03/09)
GENEVA -- The World Health Organization said Tuesday it is "getting closer" to declaring a global outbreak of the swine flu virus as the infection appears to be taking hold outside of North America. WHO flu chief Keiji Fukuda said the disease has reached 64 countries and infected 18,965 people, causing 117 deaths...
China rounds up dissidents, blocks social networking sites (06/03/09)
BEIJING -- Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the crackdown on Tiananmen Square this week, Chinese authorities have rounded up dissidents and shipped them out of town. Now, they've blocked access to Twitter. Along with more common methods of muzzling dissent, the authorities extended their efforts Tuesday to silence social networking sites that might foster discussion of any commemoration of the events of June 3 and 4, 1989...
Clinton: No consensus on Cuba at conference (06/03/09)
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said a rancorous Organization of American States conference in Honduras failed to reach a consensus on moves to allow Cuba to rejoin. Clinton said before departing for Egypt to join President Obama that a day of negotiations had not produced agreement among the 34 members about what to do about Cuba. But she said the talks would continue in her absence and that a deal could be possible...
Gitmo detainee dies of apparent suicide (06/03/09)
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- A Yemeni detainee at Guantanamo Bay has died of an apparent suicide, U.S. military officials said Tuesday. His is the fifth apparent suicide at the offshore U.S. prison, which President Obama hopes to close by January. The Joint Task Force that runs the U.S. prison in Cuba said guards conducting a routine check found Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah Salih unresponsive and not breathing in his cell Monday night...
North Korea prepares missiles (06/03/09)
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea prepared to test-fire missiles at launch pads on both of its coasts, reports and experts said Tuesday, as South Korea beefed up its naval defenses. The moves heightened tensions in the region following North Korea's underground nuclear test last week...
Troops leave Iraqi cities for tents as deadline for withdrawal nears (06/03/09)
CAMP CARVER, Iraq -- The U.S. military is expanding some rural bases and building others to house thousands of troops displaced by a June deadline to withdraw from Iraq's major cities. With power outages pushing temperatures well above 100 degrees, that can't come soon enough for some soldiers living in tents at Camp Carver in the small town of Madain, about 15 miles southeast of the capital...
Top-ranked Bulldogs find maturity behind the plate in Hagedorn (06/03/09)
Many players cannot step in and assume the role as starting catcher for the top-ranked team in the state. Notre Dame junior Mark Hagedorn not only accepted the role, he is excelling in it. "I felt I had a little bit of expectations," Hagedorn said. "But I was excited for the opportunity to start."...
St. Vincent defense clamps down in run to semis (06/03/09)
PERRYVILLE -- Freshman Kayla Seabaugh doesn't fear repercussions from attacking an opposing player streaking toward her team's goal. Seabaugh knows teammate Kristin Mattingly will be there to offer help, if needed. "Knowing that I have someone as fast as Kristin behind me, I can mess up and not worry as much about it," Seabaugh said...
Cardinals defeat Reds 5-2, reclaim share of first place (06/03/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Pitching on 15 days' rest, Brad Thompson quickly rediscovered his groove. The stand-in starter worked five effective innings and rookie Nick Stavinoha gave St. Louis another key hit with a two-run, go-ahead double in the sixth inning in the Cardinals' 5-2 victory against the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night...
Penguins strike for win in Game 3 (06/03/09)
PITTSBURGH -- Sergei Gonchar said it once, then repeated it again a few seconds later as he tried pumping some confidence into some discouraged teammates: It's not over. Thanks to Gonchar's power-play goal midway through the third period that revived the Penguins after the Detroit Red Wings had tied the game, the Stanley Cup finals are far from over for Pittsburgh following a 4-2 victory in Game 3 on Tuesday night...
Blues owner Checketts is looking to buy Rams (06/03/09)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts is heading a group seeking to buy the NFL's Rams and keep the team in St. Louis, a spokesman for Checketts confirmed Tuesday. On Monday, the Rams announced that the family of former owner Georgia Frontiere has hired the investment firm of Goldman Sachs to review the assets of her estate, including the NFL team. The move was seen as potentially expediting a sale of the franchise...
Memphis finds no proof of cheating (06/03/09)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Memphis says it should keep the victories from the 2007-08 season which ended in the national title game after an internal investigation turned up no proof that a former men's basketball player cheated on his SAT exam. "Certainly, the University of Memphis should not suffer a financial penalty or vacation of records for the 2008 NCAA tournament as a result of this allegation," according to a report detailing the school's investigation into NCAA allegations...
Sharapova avoids shutout on way out (06/03/09)
PARIS -- The final score of Maria Sharapova's stunning loss in the French Open quarterfinals Tuesday did not look quite as embarrassing as it nearly did: Her opponent led 6-0, 5-0. That Sharapova saved a match point in the 12th game and wound up delaying her defeat for 15 minutes was of no consolation, of course. All that mattered was that her bid to complete a career Grand Slam this year ended when she was beaten 6-0, 6-2 by 20th-seeded Dominika Cibulkova...
Chandelier lighting: A Southern style travels well (06/03/09)
NEW ORLEANS Duke Morgan and Keith Malvitz were strolling through French Quarter antique shops when Morgan spotted the perfect lighting fixture for his big new bathroom. It was an oval, Baccarat 1945 chandelier dripping with more than 30 crystals; it could have been inspired by a headdress. Malvitz thought Morgan had lost his mind...
How to build a better burger at home (06/03/09)
Don't let the fast food chains hold a monopoly on America's hamburger culture. A great burger is worth slowing down for. For celebrity chef Bobby Flay, who has a new book on the subject and has recently opened Bobby's Burger Palaces in several locations, making the perfect burger involves treating "each component with the thought and respect it deserves."...
Homemade lemonade sweetens the sour economy (06/03/09)
A sour economy is the perfect time to follow that lemonade adage and make the most of life's lemons. Start by using the frozen lemon juice sold in plastic squeeze bottles, which can be found with other frozen juices. One bottle usually costs around $2. You get about a cup of quality juice for considerably less than squeezing your own lemons...
Recipe Swap: Column fan devoted to collecting and sharing recipes (06/03/09)
Over the past several years, Jodi Thompson of Jackson has been an avid reader of this recipe column. Jodi is also a great cook and a cookbook and recipe collector. Recently Jodi had a shoulder replacement and has spent some of her recovery time sending me recipes on the computer -- all by using one hand and at times just a few fingers. ...
Cowell spokesman: Boyle recovers; career on track (06/03/09)
LONDON -- Susan Boyle is getting better after an anxiety attack caused by the pressures of her overnight fame and celebrity judge Simon Cowell plans to help her launch a professional career, Cowell's spokesman said Tuesday. The Scottish songbird who finished second in the "Britain's Got Talent" competition landed in a London hospital Sunday night after suffering what one of her brothers described as severe anxiety...
Review: Title only clever part of 'Ruins' (06/03/09)
LOS ANGELES -- As we learn from "My Life in Ruins," the Greek word for mojo -- or zest for life -- is "kefi." Nia Vardalos' character has lost hers and needs to get it back. Wonder what the Greek words are for corny, hackneyed and flat. Because those are all applicable, too...
Dora Ashley (06/03/09)
Dora Angelyn Ashley, 90, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, June 1, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Rodger Keipe officiating...
Chester Winder (06/03/09)
Chester Winder, 88, of Orofino, Idaho, passed away peacefully Friday, May 29, 2009, at his residence, due to complications of age. He was born May 16, 1921, in Qulin, Mo., to Joseph and Ida Allen Winder. At the age of 16 he traveled to Oregon to work in a C.C. ...
Hazel Newell (06/03/09)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Hazel Leona Harvell Newell, 94, of Tamms died Tuesday, June 2, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 27, 1914, in Alexander County, Ill., daughter of George and Osee Crocker Harvell. Hazel and her husband owned and operated Newell's Hardware and Dry Good Store in Ullin, and later owned and operated a trailer park in Bradenton, Fla. She was a member of Free Pentecostal Church and Royal Neighbors of America...
Inez Stevens (06/03/09)
ANNA, Ill. -- Inez Wright Stevens, 89, of Batavia, Ill., formerly of Anna, died Monday, June 1, 2009, at Countryside Care Center in Aurora, Ill. Visitation will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Moss Funeral Home in Batavia and from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Crain Funeral Home in Anna...
Beverly Call (06/03/09)
Beverly A. Call, 72, of Oak Ridge died Saturday, May 30, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. to service time Monday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home...
Births 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
Johnson; Lichtenegger; Harris; Kirleis; Hoff; Blackwell; Schreiner; Barnes; Johnson; Farrow; Horn; Conway
Police report 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
Cape Girardeau: DWI; Arrests; Assault; Burglaries; Thefts; Property damage; Miscellaneous; Jackson: Property damage; Miscellaneous
Fire report 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: Jackson Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: Firefighters responded to the following call Tuesday:...
Out of the past 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
25 years ago: June 3, 1984 A Cape Girardeau native, the Rev. Dr. Kenneth C. Johnston, will be appointed superintendent of the Cape Girardeau-Farmington District of the United Methodist Church at the conclusion of the annual conference being held June 5 to 8 at Fayette, Mo.; he and his wife, Joy, will move to Cape Girardeau following the conference...
War on weight (06/03/09)
The national obsession with obesity shows no signs of slowing any time soon. If anything, the issue of our expanding waistlines is just hitting full stride. It is virtually impossible to escape the constant drone over the issue of weight in this country...
Open for visitors (06/03/09)
State parks, historic sites and other places of interest are affected by the recession. Reduced tax revenue means fewer dollars available for state-run programs and services. Parks and sites that attract tourists tend to be an easy target when legislators are faced with major budget cuts...
God's plan for our planet (06/03/09)
I am writing as a Christian and a biologist about a recently expressed concern over global climate change, that it may be God's plan. God has been speaking to us lately, screaming to us through many messengers. Recall that God can speak through the mouth of a jackass if he so chooses, and we have been behaving like Balaam (KJV, Numbers 22). ...
Speak Out 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
Read the contract; Attention drivers; Column bombing; Political web
Prayer 6/3/09 (06/03/09)
Heal those who suffer from illness, O God, and comfort them. Amen.
Missouri Poverty Summit (06/03/09)
LIVE UNITED By Linda McAnany United Way of Central Missouri "I woke up and realized my kids were hungry, I had holes in my floor, and my electric was shut off. I would have run away from home, but I had no car. I couldn't call a cab, because I had no phone." Kimberly knew she had to make a change in her life, but until that cold day in February 2007 she was not willing to address the real problem. "I was just trying to make it through each day."...
1949 Tornado (06/03/09)
I lived on S. Benton Street at that time. I saw those clouds churning to the west of the house. Then the long twister dropped to the ground and started moving towards the north east, to me it was an awesome sight not thinking about the danger that came with that twister. ...
The Humane Society's Featured Pets (06/03/09)
Drake, Megan & Josh are 8 week old kittens. They are available for adoption at The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri, 573-334-5837. See more pets available at www.semopets.org
Lindsey Eubanks Graduation Party (06/03/09)
Samson (miniature horse) enjoying some of Lindsey's graduation cake!
Pretty Peacock (06/03/09)
Pretty peacock taken at Cape County Memorial Park.
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