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Stories from Sunday, September 6, 2009

Airport board to vote on proposals Wednesday (09/06/09)
Five airlines plus five different aircraft plus at least four destination choices add up to one challenging decision for the Cape Girardeau Airport Advisory Board. The choice is tougher when considerations such as attitudes toward customer service, opportunities to add jobs or sell significant amounts of fuel -- a key revenue source for the airport -- are taken into account...
Cape Girardeau is ready for the race (09/06/09)
Volunteer assignments made. Money raised. Street plan ready. Shuttles hired. The checklist for the Tour of Missouri Local Organizing Committee is complete. Beginning Monday afternoon, the plans will become action as the city parking lot at Independence and Main streets is invaded by a brigade of paid crew and volunteers who will set up the awards stage, giant TV monitor, health fair and vendor areas...
Two from Jackson, three from Charleston injured in Mississippi County crash (09/06/09)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- A man and woman from Jackson and three people from Charleston were injured Saturday in a crash on Highway 77, five miles west of Charleston, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Bargain-hunters visit Scott City yard sale (09/06/09)
The sixth annual citywide yard sale took place Friday and Saturday this Labor Day weekend in Scott City. The sale, sponsored by the Scott City Area Women's Club and the Scott City Chamber of Commerce, was started by the Chamber of Commerce to help local businesses and give residents an opportunity to do something as a community...
Treasure Hunters Roadshow in town this week (09/06/09)
Those looking to cash in on that 1960s guitar, race coin or Civil War-era sword need look no further than the Treasure Hunters Roadshow. Free and open to the public, the roadshow kicks off Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Express in Cape Girardeau and runs through Saturday. Hours for the show are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day but Saturday, when the show ends at 4 p.m...
Roads affected during the Tour of Missouri (09/06/09)
Source: Tour of Missouri Local Organizing Committee...
Parking and traffic restrictions and shuttle service during the Tour of Missouri (09/06/09)
Note: North Main Street and East Cape Rock Drive will be off-limits for parking after noon. Note: Parking lots along closed streets will not be accessible to the public. Parking areas not marked with restrictions are open. Shuttle service: Begins at 11 a.m. and runs until 6 p.m. All shuttles will drop passengers at Broadway and Main Street until race time. Return passengers will be collected at Broadway and Main Street...
Summary of air service bids for the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport (09/06/09)
Five companies are vying for a federal contract to provide subsidized commercial passenger service at Cape Girardeau Regional Airport. The Airport Advisory Board will make a recommendation Wednesday on which airline to choose. Note: Air Choice One submitted two alternative proposals...
Tour of Missouri entertainment schedule (09/06/09)
Schedule of events for the parking lot : Note: Tricycle races begin at 12:30 p.m. Bicycle races begin at 12:50 p.m. Preregistration is required for bicycle races. Registration forms for both races are online at www.visitcape.com/tom...
National softball tournament ends today in Cape Girardeau (09/06/09)
"Nearly 500 people representing players on 33 teams, plus family members and friends from several states are here for this National K of C Softball Tournament," said Cape Girardeau Knights of Columbus Council 1111 grand knight Daniel Michaels. Financial secretary Harold Green confirmed the figures following the 8:30 a.m. Saturday opening ceremonies for the 30th annual event...
Cash for Clunkers vehicle buyers in Mo. could be fined (09/06/09)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri consumers who participated in the federal "Cash for Clunkers" program this summer could face state fines. The state Department of Revenue said some customers left dealers' parking lots without the paperwork needed to register and title their new vehicles. The Springfield News-Leader reported that if they don't register the vehicles within 30 days, they could be fined $25 per month, or up to $200...
Missouri man sentenced to life in prison in homeless killing (09/06/09)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A southwest Missouri man has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering a woman with a hatchet two years ago at a homeless camp. Twenty-six-year-old Aaron M. Letterman was sentenced Friday to a life sentence, for which he must serve at least 30 years. He was also sentenced to an additional 30-year sentence that will run consecutively with the life sentence...
Community gardens deal with theft of fruits, vegetables (09/06/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Community gardens in St. Louis are becoming less open to the community following a surge of thieves helping themselves to the bounty of fruit and vegetables. In some cases, the people who pay a fee for the land and volunteer their time to cultivate the plots are being forced to place their gardens under lock and key...
Time to act on health care, Dem negotiator says (09/06/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Senate's chief Democratic negotiator on a health care bill is indicating it's time to act and has told his colleagues he won't wait much longer for a Republican compromise. "I am committed to getting health care reform done -- done soon and done right," Montana Sen. Max Baucus said in a statement. He is considering making a formal proposal soon to the small group of Senate negotiators who call themselves the "Bipartisan Six."...
Car rips through second floor of N.Y. house (09/06/09)
NEW YORK -- Police say a drunken driver sped through a stop sign and hit an earthen mound before going airborne and smashing his Jeep into the second floor of a New York home. The spectacular wreck happened just after midnight Saturday in East Moriches on Long Island...
Man who reported mobile home massacre charged (09/06/09)
BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- Family members prepared Saturday to bury seven people killed in a mobile home park massacre in southeast Georgia, while also grappling with the shocking news that one of their own relatives had been charged in the slayings. Police arrested Guy Heinze Jr., 22, late Friday in the killings that included his own father. ...
Astronauts do antenna, shelving projects during final spacewalk (09/06/09)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Two spacewalking astronauts took on shelving and antenna jobs at the international space station Saturday in their final trek outside. For the second time in three days, lead spacewalker Danny Olivas and his partner Christer Fuglesang ventured out to work on the outpost, orbiting 220 miles above the planet...
Science brings N.C. Wyeth painting out of hiding (09/06/09)
PHILADELPHIA -- Just beneath the surface of a painting of one of America's best known artistic families lies a dark tale that had been hidden for decades. Thanks to a colossal X-ray machine, a magazine illustration by N.C. Wyeth has been reproduced in living color more than 80 years after the artist covered it with another work...
Small plane crashes in Okla. park, killing 5 (09/06/09)
OKLAHOMA CITY -- A small aircraft plummeted into an Oklahoma park and burst into flames on Saturday after hitting a guy wire from a communications tower, killing all five people on board, investigators said. The six-passenger plane was on its way to Dallas when it crashed amid heavy fog near a baseball field in Tulsa, said Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. George Brown...
Transgender activist runs for mayor in Idaho (09/06/09)
NAMPA, Idaho -- About a block from a street concert in downtown Nampa, Melissa Sue Robinson strolls with purpose into a trendy coffee shop -- the unofficial liberal embassy of this sprawling Republican stronghold in southwest Idaho. Dressed in a cream-colored pantsuit, a political flier clutched in one hand, a soft brown leather purse in the other, she orders a mocha and takes a seat as a group of teenagers stare at her from near the door...
A first: Great whites tagged off Mass. (09/06/09)
BOSTON -- Massachusetts officials are using high-tech tags to track the movements of two great white sharks near Cape Cod -- the first time the fish have ever been tagged in the Atlantic Ocean. The electronic tag uses satellite technology to record the travels of the sharks, allowing scientists to better understand their migratory patterns...
Wildfire no longer threatening L.A. area (09/06/09)
LOS ANGELES -- The western flank of the deadly wildfire north of Los Angeles was under control Saturday, sparing foothill communities further threat as it burned east into a large wilderness area. Investigators, meanwhile, were trying to determine who ignited the blaze that killed two firefighters, destroyed at least 76 homes and burned nearly 242 square miles of the Angeles National Forest...
Pa. man fires cannon, hits neighbor's house (09/06/09)
UNIONTOWN, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania history buff who recreates firearms from old wars accidentally fired a 2-pound cannonball through the wall of his neighbor's home. Fifty-four-year-old William Maser fired a cannonball Wednesday evening outside his home in Georges Township that ricocheted and hit a house 400 yards away...
Alleged robber ID'd after leaving wallet at bank (09/06/09)
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -- Authorities in eastern Pennsylvania say they have identified a suspected bank robber using the wallet he left behind. Bethlehem police say 51-year-old Lloyd Virgil Barclay held up a KNBT branch on Wednesday morning, making off with $800. But Barclay forgot his wallet, which police say he placed on the teller's counter when he presented a note demanding money...
Giant national debt needs giant calculator (09/06/09)
MONTROSE, Colo. (AP) -- The national debt is so large, it doesn't even fit on most calculators. Western Colorado real estate developer Matt Miles says he was concerned that no one in government, nor most Americans, had ever seen the number. So he made a new calculator...
Suspect in U.K. jewel heist charged with attempted murder (09/06/09)
LONDON -- British police charged a man with attempted murder Saturday in connection with a $65 million jewelry robbery in London last month. Aman Kassaye, 24, faces the most serious charge so far in the Aug. 6 robbery of Graff Diamonds. Six other men have already been charged with conspiracy to rob the prestigious Bond Street jeweler of diamond rings, bracelets, and watches...
U.S. general: Afghan civilians wounded at bomb site (09/06/09)
KUNDUZ, Afghanistan -- The top NATO commander confirmed Saturday that civilians were wounded by a devastating airstrike targeting insurgents in northern Afghanistan, a major test of his policy to curb airpower to reduce civilian casualties and win over Afghans to the war against the Taliban...
Mother opposes Dutch girl's plan to sail the globe (09/06/09)
AMSTERDAM -- The mother of a 13-year-old who hopes to become the youngest sailor to circle the globe solo broke her silence Saturday, saying the voyage was too dangerous and her daughter was "not yet grown up" enough. Babs Muller was quoted in the Volkskrant daily as saying she has kept quiet until now because her daughter, Laura Dekker, had threatened not to see her again if she stood in the way of the trip...
Police slash research crop instead of marijuana (09/06/09)
THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- Dutch police who mowed down what they thought were illicit marijuana plants were red-faced Thursday when it emerged they'd ruined a research group's giant, officially sanctioned field of harmless hemp. Police announced Wednesday that they'd found more than 47,000 cannabis plants, with an estimated street value of nearly $6.45 million concealed in a corn field in the Flevoland province east of Amsterdam...
Notre Dame beats familiar foe for SoftballFest championship (09/06/09)
Kelly was looking to exact a little revenge Saturday as it prepared to face Notre Dame in the championship game of the Notre Dame SoftballFest for the third consecutive year. The Bulldogs prevailed in the previous two meetings and the Hawks were eager to snap the streak...
Wachter sizzles in her cross country debut (09/06/09)
Jackson's Landon Wachter's first cross country meet was as good as they come. Wachter blew away the field, finishing first with a time of 15 minutes, 25 seconds, to help the Jackson girls capture first place in the senior division at Saturday's Jackson Invitational. She crossed the line 17 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher...
Leighton leads Central junior boys to win at Jackson Invitational (09/06/09)
Roy Leighton blitzed through the 2.35-mile course at the Jackson Invitational on Saturday He crossed the line in 12 minutes, 42 seconds to help the Central boys win the junior division. "Basically I wanted to go out a little easier, but I kind of took off fast," Leighton said. ...
Indians take SoccerFest title in double OT (09/06/09)
The Jackson Indians needed double overtime to drop Notre Dame in Saturday's championship game of the Notre Dame SoccerFest. Notre Dame got off to a hot start when Joe Froemsdorf scored five minutes into the game. The Bulldogs controlled the ball for most of the first half, but couldn't convert that into shots on goal...
High school roundup: Bulldogs down Ste. Genevieve to win VolleyballFest (09/06/09)
Notre Dame proved the ungracious host. The Bulldogs downed Ste. Genevieve 25-12, 27-25 in the gold bracket final of the Notre Dame VolleyballFest on Saturday. Meghan Dohogne had eight kills and Allyson Bradshaw added seven for Notre Dame. St. Vincent downed Bishop DuBourg to win the silver bracket...
Four former Redhawks football players avoid NFL cuts (09/06/09)
A quartet of former Southeast Missouri State football players again appear headed for opening-day NFL rosters. While things still can change between now and next week's start of the regular season, the four survived Saturday's mandatory final roster cutdowns to 53 players...
Redhawks volleyball team moves to 3-3 (09/06/09)
The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team split a pair of matches Saturday at the Belmont Invitational in Nashville, Tenn. The Redhawks (3-3) downed Samford 3-2 before losing to Central Arkansas 3-0. Emily Hughes led Southeast's attack against Samford with 16 kills while Emily Maher added 15 in their team's 18-25, 25-21, 25-19, 19-25, 15-11 win. Amanda Rickhoff recorded 11 kills and Paige Dossey had 10...
Special teams play pleases Samuel (09/06/09)
Southeast Missouri State football coach Tony Samuel never gets too carried away by one game. As Samuel pointed out, the Redhawks still have much to improve on. But as far as season openers go, Samuel had few complaints after watching the film of Thursday's record-setting 72-3 destruction of NAIA Quincy...
Volunteer opportunities (09/06/09)
Upcoming opportunities to volunteer:Habitat for Humanity: Help finish the house at 1640 N Main St. from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Cape Senior Center: Help deliver meals with Homebound Meal Delivery at 9:45 a.m. daily starting at the senior center. Help with food preparation by assisting kitchen staff from 9 to 11 a.m...
Performers to entertain crowds during Tour of Missouri (09/06/09)
Performers of all ages will entertain crowds Tuesday during the street festival for the Tour of Missouri. From middle school percussion group Shere Khan to country line dancers from a retirement community, the stage on Main Street in front of Hutson's Fine Furniture will be packed...
Good deed of the week 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Several young church members of St. Mary Cathedral participated in the Knit/Crochet/Loom group this summer. The group meet every Friday morning to make hats and blankets for babies. Several of the older members of the parish came in to teach knitting and crocheting. ...
Volunteers work on Habitat home (09/06/09)
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories highlighting volunteers and agencies who are active in or funded by the United Way of Southeast Missouri. To get involved visit the United Way online at www.unitedwayofsemo.org, at their offices at 430A Broadway, Cape Girardeau or contact by phone at 573-334-9634....
FYI 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Church service to follow Bollinger County Fair The third annual area-wide church service and dinner will follow the Bollinger County Fair on Oct. 4. Service starts at 10 a.m. with congregational singing. The message will be given at 11:30 with lunch to follow and an open mic during lunch and an afternoon of special singing. ...
What's happening today 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Jerry Ford celebrating 50 years of music The Cape River Heritage Museum is hosting an exhibit highlighting Jerry Ford's 50 years in music. The exhibit pays tribute to many local organizations Ford and his musical friends help support. Admisson is $2 for adults and $1 for children. ...
Pops Chorus ready for concert (09/06/09)
The Heartland Pops Chorus Concert has added more acts to its fall concert Sept. 20, in Jackson. The concert originally promoted the Punches Family, but will now feature local band Whitewater Bluegrass. Also performig will be Little Miss Missouri, Jenny Mae Duncan and guest performers are the Dance Extensions Studio Dancers...
Stream Team 1617 keeps Earth clean (09/06/09)
HOWARDVILLE -- The youngsters raced across the playground, gathering up discarded wrappers and empty cans. With each discovery there were shouts and laughter as the litter went into the big yellow plastic bags. Who knew picking up litter could be so much fun?...
Marble Hill man completes Navy training (09/06/09)
Navy Seaman Recruit Ronnie H. Turner, son of Rhonda L. Freeman of Marble Hill, Mo., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Turner 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. ...
Jackson alumnus graduates basic training (09/06/09)
Army Pvt. Joel D. Olson has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla. During the nine weeks of training, he studied the Army mission and received instruction and training exercises in drill and ceremonies, Army history, core values and traditions, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, rifle marksmanship, weapons use, map reading and land navigation, foot marches, armed and unarmed combat, and field maneuvers and tactics. ...
Jackson woman receives Auxilary award (09/06/09)
Missouri's Ladies Auxilary president Deborah Griffin of Jackson was named Outstanding Department President of the Year for her membership group Aug. 18 during the 96th National Convention of LAdies Auxilary to the Veterns of Foreign Wars (VFW) of the U.S held August 15 to 17 at Pheonix Convention Center in Pheonix, Arizona. ...
Peek inside a frugal home (09/06/09)
Do you know a tightwad home when you're inside one? For many people, penny-pinching strategies aren't noticeable. However, if you're frugal, you have an eagle's eye. If you visited a fellow frugalista's home, you could spot their frugal ways because you probably do them, too. What in your home is a dead giveaway that you live a frugal life?...
Buying store brands can help save (09/06/09)
If concern about taste has kept you from trying store-brand foods, hesitate no more. In blind tests, Consumer Reports' trained tasters compared a big national brand with a store brand in 29 food categories. Store and national brands tasted about equally good 19 times. Four times, the store brand won; six times, the national brand won...
Fran Clutts (09/06/09)
Fran Clutts, 75, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Feb. 8, 1934, in Cape Girardeau, to Coy Jacob and Ethel Bell Rogers Lincoln. She and George I. Clutts were married May 20, 1961, at Houston. He died March 8, 1995...
Lillian Zahner (09/06/09)
BREWER, Mo. -- Lillian L. Zahner, 80, of Brewer died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009, at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Perryville. She was born Feb. 27, 1929, at Perryville, daughter of Firman and Stella Gibbar Mattingly. She and Alonzo D. Zahner were married Sept. 11, 1946, at Brewer. He survives...
Glennon Buerck Sr. (09/06/09)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Glennon J. Buerck Sr., 77, of Perryville died Friday, Sept. 4, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born July 9, 1932, at Menfro, Mo., son of Rudolph and Bertha Baer Buerck Sr. He and Nelda Buchheit were married Oct. 20, 1956, at Apple Creek, Mo...
Evangeline Sheffer (09/06/09)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Evangeline Augusta Adams Sheffer, 106 years and 8 days old, went home to be with her Lord on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009, at 4:35 p.m., at Daystar Care Center in Cairo. Eva was born Aug. 26, 1903, in rural Cypress in Johnson County, Ill., to Lemuel and Sarintha Ferguson Adams, the youngest of nine children...
Connie Reale (09/06/09)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Connie L. (Schloss) Reale, of Leesburg, Va., formerly of Perryville, died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009, in St. Louis. She was 59. She was born in Cape Girardeau on May 13, 1950, daughter of the late Melbern J. and Ruth E. (Richardet) Schloss. She was married Nov. 26, 1974, to Richard Reale, who preceded her in death Aug. 31, 2005...
Births 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Jackson; Ressel
Mouser - Estes (09/06/09)
Kyla Sue Mouser and Dustin Alan Estes exchanged wedding vows Aug. 15, 2009, at Cape County Cowboy Church in Jackson. Jim Matthews performed the ceremony. Keyboardist was LaDonna Mills of Marquand, Mo. The bride is the daughter of Dennis and Angie Mouser of Marquand. The groom is the son of Alan and Linda Estes and Nancy Estes, all of Jackson...
Dahiya - Desai (09/06/09)
Dr. Anjuli Dahiya and Dr. Rishin Desai were married June 20, 2009, at the Marriott Hotel in Plano, Texas. The rituals of the marriage ceremony were based on a traditional Hindu wedding with a Garbha Ceremony June 19, 2009, and the main wedding June 20...
Hunter - lyon (09/06/09)
Lindsay Devon Hunter and Benjamin Brockett Lyon were united in marriage June 13, 2009, at Unity Temple in Oak Park, Ill. The Rev. Alan Taylor performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Donna Hart Hunter and David Hunter of Lutz, Fla., and Karen and Mark Sammons of Orlando, Fla. The groom is the son of Ellen Sue Brockett and Brian Rogers of Whitewater, and Fred Lyon and Lynn Lyon of Winter Park, Fla...
Lichtenegger - Simmons (09/06/09)
Sarah Elizabeth Lichtenegger and Staff Sgt. James Edward Simmons were united in marriage June 21, 2009, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Pocahontas. Pastor Bruce Ritter performed the ceremony. Organist and vocalist was Matthew Palisch, and accompanist was Pat Palisch...
Finder - Winningham (09/06/09)
UNIONTOWN, Mo. -- Don and Jane Finder of St. Louis announce the engagement of their daughter, Katy Finder, to Tim Winningham. He is the son of Paul and Diane Winningham of Uniontown. Finder is a 2004 graduate of Parkway North High School, and a 2008 graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is a group rooms coordinator at Doubletree Hotel...
Legrand - Florek (09/06/09)
BENTON, Mo. -- James and Brenda LeGrand of Benton announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeannette Marie LeGrand, to Christopher David Florek. He is the son of Bill and Dorothy Thompson of Oran, Mo. LeGrand received a bachelor of science degree from Southeast Missouri State University, and an associate degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a registered nurse with Lutheran Home Health and Hospice...
Lichtenegger - 60 years (09/06/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lichtenegger of Jackson celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner in late May. Hosts were their children and spouses and grandchildren. Lichtenegger and Dorothy Grebing were married June 4, 1949, at Concordia Lutheran Church in Frohna, Mo...
Fire report 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday:...
Police report 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Cape Girardeau: DWI; Arrests; Summonses; Assault; Property damage; Thefts; Miscellaneous
Out of the past 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
25 years ago: Sept. 6, 1984 The Women's Center and Safe House of Cape Girardeau has succeeded in a petition drive aimed at placing a measure before voters in November to increase marriage license and divorce decree fees; revenue from the increases would be used to provide additional funding for the center...
School menus (09/06/09)
Cape Girardeau Elementary @Graphic - Body:MONDAY & TUESDAY--No classes. WEDNESDAY--Ravioli or turkey & cheese on wheat bun, green beans, wheat hot roll, pineapple. THURSDAY--Super nachos or ham & cheese on wheat bun, candied carrots, peaches...
The Obama administration and three cautionary tales (09/06/09)
Over the past few months, as the debates over the stimulus package, health care reform and the deficit have intensified, the swastika, as it often does, has made an unwelcome reappearance. Protesters at congressional town hall meetings have equated some Democratic proposals to National Socialism, while some supporters of the president have denounced these same protesters as using Nazi-like tactics of intimidation. ...
LCMS pastors' statement (09/06/09)
The following statement was signed by the following pastors of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod: the Rev. Lawrence N. Gradt, Holy Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.; the Rev. David V. Dissen, Cape Girardeau; the Rev. Thomas V. ...
Labor Day (09/06/09)
When it comes to the reasons for Monday's Labor Day holiday, the U.S. Department of Labor offers a good historical review. The first Labor Day celebration was in New York City in 1882 and was organized by the Central Labor Union. Right off the bat, the holiday was associated with the first Monday in September. ...
Reservations about Obama (09/06/09)
Recently, Rick Lettau presented a well-reasoned affirmation of President Obama. I agree with several of his points, especially when he points out Iraq was not a security threat. However, as a conservative (not to be confused with Republican), I have reservations about Obama's actions...
Speak Out 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
Bike safety; Truck licenses; Special adviser; Same destination; Chinese gains; Extra taxes; Gallery of rogues; File charges; It's a crime
Prayer 9/6/09 (09/06/09)
For those who toil to make an honest living, we pray to you, O God. Amen.
All Net Basketball Tournament (09/06/09)
All Net Tournament Kansas City, MO Date: October 9th-11th, 2009 Sites: First Church of the Nazarene of Kansas City & Family Life Center Divisions: Girls: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Boys: 4th,5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Registration: $150.00 per team plus $10.00 per player over the 10-person limit. We ask that teams please pay with 1 check payable to the Omaha Blue Devils. No phone commitments will be accepted. You are not in the tournament until we have your entry fee in hand...
QDMA - Member of the Year (09/06/09)
Ted Slinkard -- President of the Trail of Tears Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association received the 1st Daniel Boone Big Rack Member of the Year Award at the 1st Trail of Tears REACH Banquet for outstanding leadership. In photo is Chris Blackledge -- Regional Director for the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA), Ted Slinkard -- Branch President, Allen Morris -- Banquet Chairman...
Fire Fighter Savannah (09/06/09)
My daughter Savannah wearing a fire fighter helmet at Station 1!
Amazing Moon (09/06/09)
This is a picture of the moon I took on Saturday Sept 5th 2009!
My Favorite Central Tiger (09/06/09)
Jared Ritter (Sr) Central Tiger #86 after first football game of the year.
shopping wears a girl out (09/06/09)
my one month old granddaughter Rozlyn mcdowell getting tired and hungry while shopping with mommy ma ma and brother.
First Cast Yields Big Bass (09/06/09)
On his first fishing trip, Owen Henson, age 2, caught this 2-lb. large-mouth bass with his very first cast, with help from his father and a friend,Matt Carey of Anna, Ill. Owen is the son of Shannon and Rebecca Henson of Fredericktown and the grandson of Bruce and Ida Domazlicky of Cape...
first fish (09/06/09)
My two year old grandson camren mcdowell caught his first fish at the conservation center at cape girardeau. He wasn't quite sure of what to do with it after it was caught.
first day of kindergarten (09/06/09)
My five year old grandson Elijah mayfield on his fisrt day of kindergarten. He was so excited.
Runners Take Your Mark, Get set... (09/06/09)
Cross Country Junior Boy's at the start line taking off.
Woodlan Cross Country (09/06/09)
Woodland runners Tess Rainey and Juliet Dickey race with the pack up the first hill of the meet.
Woodland Cross Country Runners (09/06/09)
Woodland runner Corey Chapman leads the pack into the first hill of the Jackson meet. Chapman earned a medal placing 12th in the field. Team mate Dylan Drum placed 6th in the same field.
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