[SeMissourian.com] Fair ~ 63°F  
River stage: 22.1 ft. Falling
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

Stories from Sunday, June 7, 2009

Emergency personnel, Oran community still struggling to cope with accident that killed two teens (06/07/09)
ORAN, Mo. -- A week after a wreck killed two Oran teens and left four others injured, emergency personnel and the community are still struggling to cope with the loss. Many of the firefighters, paramedics and law enforcement officers who responded to the crash knew at least some of the victims, something that is unavoidable in a town of about 1,200...
Families take part in 2009 Oran Chamber of Commerce Car Show (06/07/09)
ORAN, Mo. -- The king has lost his crown, but the "Muffler Rack-Off" title will remain in the same family. Danny Shy of Oran saw his two-year reign as "Rack-Off King" come to an end at the hands of his wife, Marla Shy, at the 2009 Oran Chamber of Commerce Car Show on Saturday at Tilles Memorial City Park.
Funding cut may transform state's gifted academies (06/07/09)
Katherine Boyer got her hands on a saxophone when she was in third grade and started teaching herself how to play. "At the time it was as big as I was, but I was determined," said Boyer, who will be a senior at Perryville High School. In high school, Boyer said, she was also determined to prepare for and gain entrance into the Missouri Fine Arts Academy to study music. She will spend three weeks at the academy at Missouri State University in Springfield starting today...
Safe House for Women charity run estimated to have raised nearly $13,500 (06/07/09)
The ninth annual Safe House for Women 5K charity run, held Saturday morning, nearly doubled the amount of money raised last year.
Job of flag girl at Perry County Community Rodeo stressful but fun (06/07/09)
ALTENBURG, Mo. -- As a flag girl with the Universal Rodeo Co., 16-year-old Genny Bradshaw of Kelso, Mo., gets to travel to rodeos around the country. But for her, riding in the Perry County Community Rodeo's opening parade is special because she knows almost everyone in the audience...
Country songs inspire SIU professor to make rodeo documentary (06/07/09)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Since Howard D. Motyl made the decision to produce a documentary following the lives of three cowboys traveling the rodeo circuit, many people have stopped to ask him the same question. "Why?" And it's a question Motyl, an assistant professor of radio-television at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, has a difficult time answering...
Asian farmers in southwest Mo. gain experience with common American crops (06/07/09)
WEBB CITY, Mo. -- Southwestern Missouri marketgoers are benefiting from advances in the education of local Asian farmers. "It's a growing trend that started a few years ago with four Hmong [natives of Laos] growers," said Eileen Nichols, manager of the Webb City Farmers Market. "We'll have about three times that this year."...
Public urged to watch for alligator (06/07/09)
VERSAILLES, Mo. -- The Morgan County Sheriff's Department wants area residents to be on the lookout for a missing alligator that's thought to be somewhere near the Lake of the Ozarks. Officials say the 4-to-5-year-old alligator was reported missing Thursday. It was being kept as a pet and reportedly was taken from the residence...
Kansas City libraries trace stolen laptops with program (06/07/09)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Public Library system isn't giving up on stolen laptop computers easily. The libraries are using the tracing program Computrace to find the computers once the thief connects to the Internet. The library works with Kansas City police and the software company to track the stolen laptops. The software company pays $1,000 if they can't find a laptop...
Feds launch probe into abortion doctor killing (06/07/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department on Friday opened an investigation into the killing of Kansas abortion provider George Tiller to see whether the accused gunman had accomplices. The department will investigate possible federal crimes in connection with Dr. ...
Buffalo crash opened window into lives of commuter pilots (06/07/09)
CLARENCE, N.Y. -- Long-suffering pilots for commuter airlines say it's about time that Washington and passengers alike pay attention to the cockpit, after a federal hearing into the deadly crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407 exposed pilots who may have been exhausted, undertrained -- and paid less than the bus or cab drivers who'd ferried their passengers to the airport...
For many workers, fear of layoff is effective motivator (06/07/09)
Her job description says Madeline Adams is a social worker. But lately she's begun volunteering for tasks she never had before at the St. Louis marriage counseling agency where she works: planning events, ordering supplies, stocking shelves. She estimates she's put in hundreds of hours of unpaid overtime work...
Alaskans concerned about North Korea's missiles (06/07/09)
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Alaskans are concerned over the prospect that North Korea is getting ready to test a long-range missile that could reach strategic targets in their home state. And they're not buying Defense Secretary Robert Gates' assertion during a visit this past week to one of Alaska's many military installations that the missile is not a threat to the United States...
90-year-old Illinois woman gets high school diploma (06/07/09)
CHICAGO -- A 90-year-old suburban Chicago woman who dropped out of school to help her family during the Great Depression now has her high school diploma. Eleanor Benz left Chicago Public Schools' Lake View High in 1936 during her senior year to take a job. Over the following decades she moved to the suburb of Gurnee and had 15 children, 54 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren...
Amish head west to escape crowds and prices in East (06/07/09)
WESTCLIFFE, Colo. -- A new road sign cautions drivers to watch for Amish horse-drawn carriages in the valley beneath Colorado's Sangre de Cristo mountains. Highway pull-offs and dedicated horse-and-buggy paths are in the works. Amid the serenity and isolation of southern Colorado, hamlets like Westcliffe, La Jara and Monte Vista are welcoming Amish families who are moving to the West to escape high land prices and community overcrowding in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania...
Two bodies, ticket found near Air France crash site off Brazil's coast (06/07/09)
RECIFE, Brazil -- Searchers have found two bodies in the Atlantic Ocean near where an Air France jet is thought to have crashed, a Brazilian military official said Saturday. Air force spokesman Col. Jorge Amaral said searchers also recovered a leather briefcase with an Air France ticket for the flight inside of it...
Report: 26 killed in China landslide (06/07/09)
BEIJING -- A landslide buried an iron ore plant and several homes, killing 26 people and leaving dozens missing in a valley in southwestern China, state television said Saturday. CCTV reported that 19 miners and seven others were killed in the landslide Friday in Wulong county. Rescuers saved seven people, three of whom were seriously injured but in stable condition...
North Korea silent about U.S. journalists' trial (06/07/09)
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea announced that two U.S. journalists were about to go on trial -- then came the mysterious silence. The day passed Friday with no updates of the criminal proceedings that were supposed to begin Thursday for TV reporters Laura Ling and Euna Lee. Instead, the secretive nation's news agency filed stories about Sweden's king, American "warmongers" and Syrian Embassy workers helping North Korean farmers weed bean fields...
Obama hails 'sheer improbability' of D-Day victory (06/07/09)
OMAHA BEACH, France -- President Obama honored the dead and the "sheer improbability" of their D-Day victory, commemorating Saturday's 65th anniversary of the invasion even as he remakes two wars and tries to thwart potential nuclear threats in Iran and North Korea...
Notre Dame lives up to top billing in Class 3 (06/07/09)
SPRINGFIELD -- Notre Dame turned to one of its players who's been in pressure-packed situations at the state tournament before. As Notre Dame clung to a two-run lead entering the final inning at the Class 3 state baseball championship game Saturday, Ryan Bass offered some motivation...
ND's Graviett finds ninth time's the charm (06/07/09)
SPRINGFIELD -- Jeff Graviett finally earned a title in the ninth trip of his career to the final four. Between coaching softball and baseball, Graviett had made eight trips to the final before Friday, but never had returned to Cape Girardeau bearing the first-place hardware...
Players' request was the perfect fit (06/07/09)
FENTON -- Dustin Wengert couldn't believe what his team was asking early in the season. His players approached him with a request he'd never heard in his years of coaching. "No one likes conditioning, but this is where we wanted to be and that's what we thought we had to do to get here," St. Vincent senior Morgan Moll said...
Indians use familiar strategy (06/07/09)
FENTON -- Emily Cissell seized the state's biggest stage and made it her own. The St. Vincent sophomore staked her team to an early lead in the Class 1 state girls soccer championship game Saturday with her third goal of the final four. "I saw it come down the field so I started coming down the field," she said. "I could see they were starting to cross and I tried to get in position and it just happened."...
Glaus smashes pitching in title game (06/07/09)
SPRINGFIELD -- When junior Wesley Glaus' fourth-inning home run cleared the fence in left field to give Notre Dame a 5-2 lead over Carl Junction, Bulldogs coach Jeff Graviett, who was coaching third base, jumped in the air in excitement. Glaus said his teammates told him about Graviett's celebration. He didn't see it while rounding the bases then heading home, where be was mobbed by his teammates...
Drury walks tightrope to pitch team to victory (06/07/09)
SPRINGFIELD -- Senior Dylan Drury pitched in some tight situations and out of a few difficult jams despite Notre Dame posting an 18-4 rout over Carl Junction in the Class 3 championship game. Yes, Notre Dame won by 14 runs, but it had just a two-run lead when Carl Junction's offense threatened to tie the contest in the bottom of sixth. The first two Carl Junction batters singled to start the sixth...
Cape Legion reaches semis (06/07/09)
The Cape Girardeau Post 63 Ford & Sons American Legion baseball team has advanced to the semifinals of the Charleston wood bat tournament. Cape, 5-1 overall, improved to 2-1 in tournament pool play with Saturday's 12-2, six-inning rout of Fulton...
Capahas avenge loss to Valmeyer (06/07/09)
Dustin Hunter said he was somewhat nervous at the outset of his Plaza Tire Capahas debut. That feeling quickly went away, much to the dismay of the Valmeyer (Ill.) Lakers. Hunter pitched seven shutout innings Saturday as the host Capahas rolled to a 9-0 victory and a split of their two-game series with Valmeyer...
Hawksworth gets call while Todd returns to Class AAA Memphis (06/07/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals have fortified their bullpen, recalling rookie right-hander Blake Hawksworth from Class AAA Memphis and demoting Jess Todd to their top farm club. The 26-year-old Hawksworth was a starter in Memphis but will serve as a long reliever with the Cardinals. He was 5-4 with a 3.92 ERA for the Redbirds before Saturday's promotion...
Bettencourt, Wilson lead Memorial tourney (06/07/09)
Matt Bettencourt ran off four straight birdies Saturday on the super slick greens of Muirfield Village, survived a few scary moments on the back nine and wound up with a 4-under 68 for a share of the lead in the Memorial. Two-time tour winner Mark Wilson had a 69 to match Bettencourt at 9-under 207, with a pack of major champions lurking at Jack Nicklaus' tournament in Dublin, Ohio, including Tiger Woods...
Red Wings win to grab series lead (06/07/09)
DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings sure don't look tired now. After watching their two-game lead in the Stanley Cup finals disappear in Pittsburgh, the defending champions returned to the friendly confines of Joe Louis Arena and blew away the supposedly fresher Penguins 5-0 in Game 5 on Saturday night...
A different Bird wins final leg of Triple Crown (06/07/09)
NEW YORK -- This was a Belmont for the Birds. It was Summer Bird, not Mine That Bird and jockey Calvin Borel, who came roaring down the long stretch and won the final jewel of the Triple Crown on Saturday. For a brief moment on the turn for home, Borel looked like a winner. His tough little gelding took the lead, and even Borel believed his victory guarantee was assured...
Kuznetsova sweeps Safina to claim title (06/07/09)
PARIS -- Svetlana Kuznetsova never struck Dinara Safina as a Grand Slam champion in the making when they were kids in Russia. Kuznetsova showed up for matches toting a 2-liter bottle of soda and wearing rock band T-shirts. As of Saturday, Kuznetsova owns two major titles -- and that's two more than Safina...
Rockies whip up on Cards again (06/07/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Ian Stewart took a called third strike in his first at-bat then got an earful from Colorado Rockies manager Jim Tracy, who wants him to be aggressive when he sees a pitch to hit. "If I have an at-bat like that he kind of jumps me: 'Come on, swing the bat. It's a weapon, use it. What are you doing?"' Stewart said. "I kind of like that. He'll pull me aside and get on me a little bit."...
Urban golf, like Cape's downtown tournament June 28, a growing sport (06/07/09)
Normally golf is played on a golf course. Eighteen holes, long walks and a ride in a golf cart can make an afternoon fly by. But once a year for the past four years, golf hasn't been relegated to the course -- it has been in downtown Cape Girardeau...
What's Happening Today (06/07/09)
Harmful vs. Helpful: Outdoor Activities learn basics about what is safe to do outdoors and what isn't at 2p.m. at Trail of Tears State Park visitor center. Garden Club members conduct tours The sixth annual Town and County Garden Tour sponsored by the Council of Federated Garden Clubs of Poplar Bluff, Mo., is a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. ...
Elementary reading room in Charleston dedicated to former principal (06/07/09)
CHARLESTON -- Shane Stewart, a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper, remembers many mornings where he returned home from his 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. shift, only to find his wife, Becky, reading a book. "She'd be reading and have to get up at 6:30 a.m. to go to work (as principal of Hearnes Elementary in Charleston, Mo.)," Stewart recalled. "Becky loved to read. Ninety percent of her time was reading."...
What's happening today 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
Harmful vs. Helpful: Outdoor Activities learn basics about what is safe to do outdoors and what isn't at 2p.m. at Trail of Tears State Park visitor center. Garden Club members conduct tours The sixth annual Town and County Garden Tour sponsored by the Council of Federated Garden Clubs of Poplar Bluff, Mo., is a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. ...
Good deed of the week 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
An intergenerational education program for seventh-graders at Jackson Middle School that puts them in contact with residents of the care facility Jackson Manor has given the students and residents a chance to become friends, while learning about each other's life experiences...
FYI 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
State Genealogical Association meets in Jefferson City The 28th annual conference of the Missouri State Genealogical Assocation will be Aug. 7 to 8 at the Jefferson City Capital Plaza Hotel and Conference Center. For more information on classes and pricing, go to www.mosga.org. ...
Jackson Manor awards volunteers (06/07/09)
Jackson Manor held its annual volunteer appreciation party May 12, when certificates were awarded to groups and individuals who have volunteered their time and services. Those honored were: Paul Graham, Happy Hearts, Country Travelers, New McKendree United Methodist Women, Mary and the Ks, Oak Ridge Homemakers FCE, Carole Jo Byrd, Happy Four, Ilean Clippard, Pet Pals, the Rev. ...
DAR recognizes Nickell for volunteerism (06/07/09)
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recently presented Dr. Frank Nickell with the NSDAR Community Service Award at the Nancy Hunter Chapter's May meeting at the Cape Girardeau Country Club. This award is to recognize a worthy local person who has contributed to his or her community in an outstanding manner. ...
Oak Ridge alumnus graduates basic training (06/07/09)
Air Force Airman Cody J. Ford graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. The airman completed an eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. ...
Leopold graduate completes basic training (06/07/09)
Army National Guard Pfc. Daniel L. Nenninger graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. ...
Seaman completes basic training (06/07/09)
Navy Seaman Apprentice Dustin L. Naeger, son of Jodi Millenbine of Hurst, Ill., and Tim J. Naeger of Perryville, Mo., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Naeger completed a variety of training that included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. ...
Mentoring young people (06/07/09)
Southeast Missouri is defined by its special people and special places. For approximately three decades I have known Marjorie Swan of Pocahontas, and I think she is special in many ways. So do a lot of other people. A woman of achievement, Marjorie Beatrice Sample Loberg Swan has dedicated her life to family, community and education, which are the areas of focus of the University of Missouri Extension Service, to which she is firmly devoted. ...
No free pass to get on the high court (06/07/09)
Just about everything I know about Judge Sonia Sotomayor comes from reading this newspaper. I am not a lawyer. I have no background in legal matters other than my own rare experiences with wills, trusts and probate matters. Which means I am as sufficiently qualified as most Americans to hold an opinion on Judge Sotomayor's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court...
Jerome Browne (06/07/09)
Jerome Browne Jerome Dent Browne, 87, of Scott City died Sunday, May 17, 2009, at Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Monday, July 4, 1921, in Blytheville, Ark, son of Edward and Esther Browne. He and Evelyn Cruse were married April 11, 1953, at Desloge, Mo...
Arthur Adams (06/07/09)
Arthur Adams Arthur S. "Bud" Adams, 85, of Gordonville died on Friday, June 5, 2009, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Oct. 14, 1923, in Natchitoches Parish, La., son of Edna Adams. He moved to Missouri as a young man and married the former Alma Faye Welker in January 1948 in Piggott, Ark. She died Aug. 2, 1988...
Mildred Dillow (06/07/09)
Mildred Dillow Mildred "Sue" Dillow, 90, of Jackson passed away Friday, June 5, 2009, at the Monticello House in Jackson. She was born Feb. 13, 1919, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Walter and Cecil Dale Noland Schatte. She and Luther G. Dillow were married March 23, 1940. He passed away July 27, 1974...
Wibbenmeyer - Diebold (06/07/09)
Jennifer Ann Wibbenmeyer and Christopher Joseph Diebold were married Oct. 4, 2008, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso, Mo. The Rev. Oliver Clavin performed the ceremony. Organist was Hope Essner of Kelso, and vocalist was Alan Bruns of Cape Girardeau...
Gerler - Meystedt (06/07/09)
Gabrielle Elizabeth "GiGi" Gerler and Kermit "Jay" Meystedt II were married June 7, 2008, at Cape Bible Chapel. James Green performed the ceremony. Pianist was Trae Meyr; guitarists were Jeff Grindstaff, Ralph Sharp and Angela Hirtzel; bass guitarist was Kent Shelton; drummer was Aron Meystedt; and vocalists were Wendy Petzoldt, Debbie Young, Janet Witter, Hirtzel and Grindstaff...
Pobst - Hornback (06/07/09)
ORAN, Mo. -- Jill Marie Pobst and Marty Kem "Jay" Hornback were united in marriage May 23, 2009, at New Bethel Methodist Church in Patton, Mo. The Rev. Rod Welker performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Vernon and Susie Pobst of Oran. The groom is the son of Bruce and Rosa Milam of Benton, Mo...
Gregory - Baker (06/07/09)
Glen R. Gregory of Fruitland and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hix of Benton, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Gregory, to Hank Baker. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLain of Jackson. Gregory is a 1998 graduate of Jackson High School. Baker is a 1991 graduate of Jackson High School...
Elfrink - Lukefahr (06/07/09)
Loren and Catherine Elfrink of Oran, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Jo Elfrink, to Joshua Tyler Lukefahr. He is the son of Robert and Suzie Lukefahr of Jackson. Elfrink is a 1999 graduate of Oran High School. She received an associate of arts degree in child care and guidance from Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at US Bank...
Luttrell - Hoss (06/07/09)
Steven "Randy" and Penny Luttrell of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Susanna Nicole Luttrell, to Adam Richard Hoss. He is the son of Lisa Ory and Richard Hoss of St. Charles, Mo. Luttrell is a 2006 graduate of Jackson High School. She is a certified nurse aide at Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau...
Eftink - Higgerson (06/07/09)
Ronnie and Patti Eftink of Gordonville announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Jean Eftink, to Andrew Jackson Higgerson. He is the son of John and Debbie Higgerson of New Madrid, Mo. Eftink is a 2003 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University in 2007. She is a registered nurse with Cape Physician Associates...
Talley - 60 Years (06/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Talley of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 4, 2009. Talley and Lorene Sawyer were married June 4, 1949, at Millersville Baptist Church, by the Rev. James R. Stacey. Their attendants were LaVerne Mirly Ross and Leon Talley...
Keller - 40 Years (06/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keller of Fruitland will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary June 12, 2009. Keller and Deanna Romack were married June 12, 1969, at Zion Lutheran Church in Gordonville. The couple has two children, Kim (David) Likens and Jason (Mary Ann) Keller. They have four grandsons, Cody, Caleb and Cole Likens, and Westyn Keller...
Bowman - 50 Years (06/07/09)
Vince and Jean Bowman of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner and reception June 6, 2009, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Hannibal, Mo. Hosts were their children. Among the guests were Cham and Rocio of Baja California, Mexico, students hosted by the Bowmans in 1977 and 1978...
Wells - 50 Years (06/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. Wells of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Honolulu, Hawaii. Wells and Carol J. Thexton were married May 31, 1959, in Colony, Kan. The couple has two children, Kimberly (Michael) Schott of Cape Girardeau and Brian (Kathryn) Wells of Odenton, Md. They have four grandchildren, Coleman and Caroline Schott of Cape Girardeau, and Annina and Lucas Wells of Odenton...
Stone - 50 years (06/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Stone of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception May 2, 2009, at Bethel Assembly of God Church. Approximately 75 guests attended. Hosts were their children and spouses, Jimmy and Chuck (Cindy) Stone of Cape Girardeau, and David (Roxann) Stone of Springfield, Mo. The couple has a grandson, Andrew (Angie) Stone...
Police report 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrest Assault Thefts Burglaries Property damage Miscellaneous Jackson The Jackson Police Department released the following items. ...
Fire report 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Friday: * An odor on Broadridge Road. Firefighters responded to the following call Saturday: * Emergency medical service on South Shawnee Boulevard.
Out of the past 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
25 years ago: June 7, 1984 The Cape Girardeau and Scott County courts will be issuing $50,000 interest-free notes to the Southeast Missouri Regional Port Authority as part of an agreement among the three bodies over the construction of a new port road; the paved road will replace a winding, steep gravel drive now being used at the port site near Scott City...
McCaskill, Emerson, Bond:Examples of good government (06/07/09)
I received a letter this week about the relief one local resident felt that the former federal building in Cape Girardeau would not be turned into a homeless shelter targeting a 22-county area. Among her comments, "I prefer you don't include my note in the paper because I'm active at church and with local missions. Some may think I'm 'talking out of both sides of my mouth.'"...
The new manager (06/07/09)
Cape Girardeau's new city manager is expected to hit the ground running when he starts work July 1. Scott Meyer, a longtime Cape Girardeau resident with an exceptional background at Southeast Missouri State University and the Missouri Department of Transportation, was named to the position after a nationwide search by the city council and mayor...
Speak Out 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
Rehab and oxygen; Jackson shopping; Use for building; No ammo; Sandwich request; Flags in park; China deal; Race records; Dog decision; GM goes down; After the tornado; Pro-life?; Government help; Help ourselves; Cats and critters
Prayer 6/7/09 (06/07/09)
Our lives are filled with your blessings, O God, and we are thankful. Amen.
To Swim or not To Swim (06/07/09)
My daughter Abigail thinking about whether or not she wants to get in her pool!
Arch (06/07/09)
Arch at sunset, November 2008
Arch (06/07/09)
Arch at sunset, November 2008
Arch (06/07/09)
ARCH AT SUNSET NOVEMBER 2008
Front cover
June 2009
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat

Browse full calendar