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Stories from Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sikeston police report catching juvenile in middle of burglary (09/29/09)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Arrests in an early morning burglary may tie up loose ends in similar recent cases. Around 1:04 a.m. today, officers with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety were called to Jay's Taxi, located at 111 N. Kingshighway. A worker reported hearing a loud noise, which woke him up, said Sgt. Jim McMillen, public information officer for DPS...
Man charged after crashing into front of tattoo shop (09/29/09)
KENNETT, Mo. -- A Kennett man is currently being held on a $50,000 cash-only bond following an automobile accident on Saturday evening that caused severe damage to a local business and left another local resident with serious injuries. According to Kennett Fire Department Capt. Paul Spain, an accident call came in at approximately 10 p.m., on Saturday...
Car located, but Sikeston Applebee's robbery suspect still at large (09/29/09)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Sikeston police have located a stolen car used as a getaway vehicle in Monday morning's robbery of Applebee's, but the suspect in the robbery is still at large, according to a news release from the Sikeston Department of Public Safety...
Perryville residents seriously injured in crash (09/29/09)
MARQUAND, Mo. - Two Perryville, Mo., residents riding on a motorcycle were seriously injured in an accident Sunday evening. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that at around 4:58 p.m. a 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by Dennis D. Decklever, 50, of Perryville was traveling on Route A when it lost control in a curve. The motorcycle then overturned on its side and slid in front of a 2009 Lincoln driven by Francis E. Robinson, 63, of Perryville...
Supporters of playground on county land pitch idea to commission (09/29/09)
Supporters of an all-accessible playground in Cape Girardeau County made their case for using park land during the county commission's meeting Monday. Andrea Cunningham, who has been a driving force behind the project, said she has yet to find such a playground closer than Zachary's Playground in St. Louis, which would be the model for the local playground...
Two suspects arrested in two Cape Girardeau burglaries (09/29/09)
Two suspects were arrested over the weekend in connection with several burglaries committed in Cape Girardeau, authorities said.
Child endangerment call leads to alleged meth bust (09/29/09)
A child endangerment investigation led to Scott County deputies discovering a methamphetamine lab east of Sikeston, Mo., according to Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter. Heather M. Siars, 26, of Sikeston, was charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Siars is incarcerated in the Scott County Jail on a $25,000 bond...
Jackson School District renting church for expanded preschool program (09/29/09)
When South Elementary opened in 1998 two rooms were designated for early childhood education. "We thought that was it," said associate superintendent Dr. Beth Emmendorfer. "It was our vision." As waiting lists grew, so did the program, which serves the entire Jackson School District. This year the district expanded its preschool program to include 80 more students. Space limitations within buildings prompted the district to look across from the school on Highway 25...
Mistake at Mizzou cell phone sale (09/29/09)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The University of Missouri athletics department is changing its procedures after selling a box of old cell phones that included old text messages and contact numbers. Mike Bellman paid $190 for 25 phones. They included text messages to and from basketball coach Mike Anderson, football coach Gary Pinkel and Athletics Director Mike Alden. E-mails and contact numbers were also on the phones...
Southeast Missouri death attributed to H1N1 (09/29/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- H1N1 has claimed one life in this area, according to officials. Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center confirmed a patient died at the beginning of last week from H1N1 Influenza A. Also known as swine flu, H1N1 is a strain of Influenza A...
More charges filed in July fatal boat accident (09/29/09)
DONIPHAN, Mo. -- Additional charges were filed last week against a Poplar Bluff woman in connection with a boating accident on Current River that left two people dead and three others injured. Radeena Proffer, 27, of Poplar Bluff originally was charged with the Class B felony of first-degree involuntary manslaughter following the July 5 accident...
Cape volunteers help clear a mile of new path along the Ozark Trail (09/29/09)
SULLIVAN, Mo. -- In celebration of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, a group of 30 volunteers from Cape Girardeau traveled to Sullivan to build new paths along the Ozark Trail. For many of the volunteers with the Ozark Trails organization, however, the commitment was inspired by more than just a designated national day of service...
Alumnus tapped for Southeast Missouri State University corporate relations (09/29/09)
Southeast Missouri State University named Nolan Brunnworth director of corporate relations and associate director of development with the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. Brunnworth, who began Sept. 15, is responsible for reaching out to the corporate community and Southeast alumni in the St. Louis area. Before his appointment, he worked as the St. Louis career specialist for four years at the university's outreach office...
Scott County reports progress on new water supply district (09/29/09)
BENTON, Mo. -- As work continues on phase one of the construction of Scott County's Public Water Supply District No. 4, officials are beginning to plan for the second phase. "I've been knocking on doors and hanging packets," said Tim McIntyre, system manager for PWSD 4...
Missouri university health system outsourcing IT jobs (09/29/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- About 100 computer employees for the University of Missouri Health System are to be outsourced to a North Kansas City-based technology company under a deal announced Monday. The university and Cerner Corp. said during a news conference in Columbia that they are creating the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation to work on health care technology issues. ...
Missouri, Kansas to receive mining education dollars (09/29/09)
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Federal mine safety officials are awarding training grants to Missouri and Kansas. The U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration said Monday it will provide more than $8.3 million in health and safety training grants this year...
Judge puts Illinois governor's state worker layoffs on hold (09/29/09)
VIENNA, Ill. -- A judge on Monday halted Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's plans to lay off some 2,600 state workers, ruling that the state and a union that represents many of the workers should seek arbitration on the matter. Council 31 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which represents virtually all of the 2,600 workers, sued in Southern Illinois' Johnson County last month to block the cuts, saying the effect of the layoffs should first be assessed and that the cuts would make it unsafe for remaining prison workers.. ...
Missouri university health system outsourcing IT jobs (09/29/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- About 100 computer employees for the University of Missouri Health System are to be outsourced to a North Kansas City-based technology company under a deal announced Monday. The university and Cerner Corp. said during a news conference in Columbia that they are creating the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation to work on health care technology issues. ...
US income gap widens as poor take hit in recession (09/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- The recession has hit middle-income and poor families hardest, widening the economic gap between the richest and poorest Americans as rippling job layoffs ravaged household budgets. The wealthiest 10 percent of Americans -- those making more than $138,000 each year -- earned 11.4 times the roughly $12,000 made by those living near or below the poverty line in 2008, according to newly released census figures. ...
Sarah Palin memoir to be released next month (09/29/09)
NEW YORK -- Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate, has finished her memoir just four months after the book deal was announced, and the release date has been moved up from the spring to Nov. 17, her publisher said...
FDIC expected to ask banks to repay $36 billion in fees (09/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- Looking to shore up the diminishing fund that insures bank deposits, the FDIC may take the unprecedented step of requiring banks to prepay three years' worth of premiums: about $36 billion. The insurance fund has been sapped by billions from a rash of bank failures that began in mid-2008. ...
Public plan debate could pit Democrat vs Democrat (09/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- It'll be Democrat vs. Democrat as lawmakers go back to work on health care Tuesday. The Senate Finance Committee is expected to consider whether the government should offer its own insurance plan for the middle class in competition with private carriers. A public option is the top goal for liberals, but it has no Republican support and moderate Democrats say the Senate will never go along...
Leaky dam causing flood worries around Seattle (09/29/09)
KENT, Wash. -- For nearly 25 years Kathy Gladden has lived about 100 feet from the Green River, a normally placid stream that meanders past the many homes, offices, warehouses and shopping malls that blanket the area. Now, she and thousands of others face the all-too-real prospect that the river will gush past a leaky upstream dam and swallow up their homes once the rainy season starts in November, devastating a heavily developed area in the Seattle suburbs that is a vital hub of commerce...
Pregnant women urged to get flu shot, though most obstetricians don't vaccinate (09/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- It's hard for pregnant women to escape the message: You're at extra risk from swine flu -- it could trigger premature labor, hospitalize you for weeks, even kill you -- so be among the first in line for vaccine next month. But only about one in seven pregnant women gets a flu shot each winter...
Warner to return its music to YouTube (09/29/09)
LOS ANGELES -- Warner Music Group Corp. has agreed to return songs and music videos from its artists to the YouTube video site, after a monthslong boycott over what it called unfair terms, according to a person familiar with the matter. The deal would involve sharing advertising revenue with the Google Inc. unit on music videos provided by Warner from artists such as T.I., Red Hot Chili Peppers and Michael Buble, as well as on song streams uploaded by users, said the person...
Free antivirus software from Microsoft (09/29/09)
REDMOND, Wash. -- Microsoft Corp. says its new computer security program can be downloaded starting today. Microsoft Security Essentials, as the antivirus software is called, has been available in a test version since June. The software updates daily to stay current with the latest malicious programs, which can steal passwords or turn PCs into spam servers. Microsoft says it won't make computers run slower...
Bank suspends dealings with ACORN housing entity (09/29/09)
WASHINGTON -- Bank of America Corp. is suspending its work with the housing affiliate of embattled community organizing group ACORN. The decision comes as three Republicans in Congress ask Bank of America and 13 other financial institutions to give Congress a complete accounting of their dealings with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now or its affiliates...
Homeless sex offenders directed to woods (09/29/09)
MARIETTA, Ga. -- A small group of homeless sex offenders have set up camp in a densely wooded area behind a suburban Atlanta office park, directed there by probation officers who say it's a place of last resort for those with nowhere else to go...
1,400-pound bull drags officers down NJ street (09/29/09)
PATERSON, N.J. -- Police said a 1,400-pound bull that escaped from a northern New Jersey slaughterhouse dragged officers with a lasso down a street and ran 10 blocks before being captured and sedated. Chief John DeCando, spokesman for Paterson Police's animal control division, said the bull was being unloaded at ENA Meat Packing Inc. when it broke loose just before 8:30 a.m. Monday...
Crime victims getting stimulus money amid economic downturn (09/29/09)
MINNEAPOLIS -- The government's economic stimulus money isn't just for hard hats, contractors and teachers. It's also keeping battered women's advocates on the job and compensating crime victims for lost wages and uncovered medical costs. The government is spending $225 million in stimulus money on programs that deal with violence against women, and $100 million more to help victims of crime. ...
Source: NYC terror probe focusing on accomplices (09/29/09)
NEW YORK -- After interrupting what they believed was a terrorist plot on New York City with a series of raids and arrests, authorities have intensified their focus on possible accomplices of the suspected al-Qaida associate at the heart of the case, a law enforcement official said Monday...
Swarm of bees overwhelms crash scene in Turkey (09/29/09)
ANKARA, Turkey -- A van carrying beehives crashed into a truck Monday, and huge swarms of bees broke free and stung the injured and rescue workers at the scene. In the end, about 20 people were taken to hospitals, six of them injured in the crash and the rest rescue workers who were stung by the bees, said the state-run Anatolia news agency...
Iran tests its most advanced missiles (09/29/09)
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran tested its most advanced missiles Monday to cap two days of war games, raising more international concern and stronger pressure to quickly come clean on the newly revealed nuclear site Tehran was secretly constructing. State television said the Revolutionary Guard, which controls Iran's missile program, successfully tested upgraded versions of the medium-range Shahab-3 and Sajjil missiles. ...
Pope 'very happy' with low-key Czech visit (09/29/09)
PRAGUE -- Pope Benedict XVI wrapped up a low-key pilgrimage to the fiercely secular Czech Republic on Monday, reaching out to nonbelievers and calling on an increasingly diverse Europe to embrace Christian teachings. Throughout the three-day visit, the crowds were contained, and so was the pope's rhetoric...
U.S., Afghan strike kills 30 Taliban (09/29/09)
KABUL -- A U.S. team working with Afghan soldiers swooped in on a militant stronghold in the country's west, killing at least 30 Taliban fighters, U.S. and Afghan officials said Monday. Elsewhere, a Taliban highway ambush left six truckers dead, and a roadside bomb killed another six Afghans in a crowded van...
Lawyer: Polanski will fight extradition (09/29/09)
ZURICH -- Imprisoned director Roman Polanski is in a "fighting mood" and will battle U.S. attempts to have him extradited from Switzerland to California to face justice for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977, his lawyer said Monday. An international tug-of-war over the 76-year-old director escalated Monday as France and Poland urged Switzerland to free him on bail and pressed U.S. officials all the way up to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the case...
Honduras to restore liberties; standoff at anti-coup protest (09/29/09)
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- The coup-installed president of Honduras backed down Monday from an escalating standoff with protesters and suggested he would restore civil liberties and reopen dissident television and radio stations by the end of the week...
Scott City spikers sweep Leopold (09/29/09)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Two years ago the Scott City volleyball team visited Leopold's small and notoriously loud gymnasium for the first time under coach Haley Jennings, so this time around the team came prepared. "It's so much smaller than everywhere else I've ever played," Scott City's Brooke Simpson said. "It echoes a lot, so it's really hard to hear each other out on the court...
Notre Dame nearly goes from no-hitter to no win vs. Kelly (09/29/09)
BENTON -- Notre Dame ace Lauren Reinagel had a no-hitter through six innings Monday at Kelly High School. In the seventh, she lost the no-hit bid but found a win -- barely. Kelly pushed home three two-out runs and had the tying run at second base before Notre Dame escaped with a 4-3 softball victory...
Jackson shuts out Bluff for 10th win (09/29/09)
The Jackson boys soccer team notched its 10th win of the season Monday, rolling past visiting Poplar Bluff 6-0. Law Duncan scored two goals for the Indians (10-4), while Dylan Blaylock, Clay Baker, Brice Steger and Brandon Liebekenecht all added one...
Davis again earns OVC weekly honor (09/29/09)
Molly Davis is starting to make the Ohio Valley Conference defensive player of the week award her personal domain. Southeast Missouri State's senior libero earned her third straight honor Monday after averaging 6.23 digs per set and recording just one receiving error during three matches last week...
Penalties helped sack Redhawks against UTM (09/29/09)
Several things contributed to Southeast Missouri State's failed bid at an upset Saturday night. Penalties ranked high on the list as the Redhawks were flagged 14 times for 170 yards during a 29-22 loss at Tennessee-Martin. The last time Southeast had more than 100 yards in penalties was in the second game of the 2007 season, against Southwest Baptist...
Cowboys' D leads 21-7 win over Panthers (09/29/09)
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Terence Newman dove into the end zone, threw the ball into the air and exhaled. The Dallas Cowboys were headed to victory and their maligned defense was the main reason for it. Newman returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown with 5:07 left, cracking open a tight game and sending the Cowboys to a 21-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Monday...
Obama to boost Chicago Olympic bid (09/29/09)
COPENHAGEN (AP) -- President Barack Obama is hitting the campaign trail again. Obama is going to Copenhagen after all, joining first lady Michelle Obama to support Chicago's bid for the 2016 Olympics. Obama plans to leave Washington on Thursday, senior adviser Valerie Jarrett told The Associated Press on Monday, getting to Denmark in time to be part of his adopted hometown's final presentation to the International Olympic Committee...
Packers' McCarthy: Facing Favre is fun (09/29/09)
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Mike McCarthy has no interest in revisiting or rehashing the details of last year's messy divorce between the Green Bay Packers and the player who once was considered the face of the franchise, Brett Favre. And the Packers coach could do without a week's worth of media hype leading up to next Monday night's showdown with Favre's new team, the Minnesota Vikings, at the Metrodome...
Winless Rams hit with new injuries (09/29/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The margin for error was slim enough for the rebuilding St. Louis Rams entering the season without factoring in significant injuries. Now, the task of returning the franchise to respectability has gotten much tougher for first-year coach Steve Spagnuolo...
Lucy of 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' fame dies at age 46 (09/29/09)
LONDON -- Lucy Vodden, who provided the inspiration for the Beatles' classic song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," has died after a long battle with lupus. She was 46. Her death was announced Monday by St. Thomas' Hospital in London, where she had been treated for the chronic disease for more than five years, and by her husband, Ross Vodden...
October events seek to raise money, awareness for breast cancer (09/29/09)
The American Cancer Society estimates about 40,170 women will die this year from breast cancer. That's almost the population of Cape Girardeau. October is breast cancer awareness month, and in their ever-present efforts to increase awareness about the disease, local hospitals, organizations and the American Cancer Society have teamed up for breast cancer events and promotions...
Children encouraging peers to live healthy lifestyle (09/29/09)
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Nine-year-old Madeline Cumbey is doing her part to keep her generation healthy. She eats wholesome foods, aims for at least an hour a day of exercise -- and acts as a health ambassador to her friends and peers. Madeline is one of 25 students across the nation selected to serve on the Youth Advisory Board for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a joint initiative between the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation...
Audrey Wells-Masterson (09/29/09)
Audrey Wells-Masterson, 81, of Jackson died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, at Monticello House in Jackson. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. The funeral will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, with Dr. Tim Miller officiating...
Timothy Beck (09/29/09)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Timothy James "T.J" Beck, 18, formerly of Sikeston, Mo., died Sept. 25, 2009, at his home in Springfield. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Ponder Funeral Home in Sikeston. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Jerry Adams officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in Sikeston...
Rose Walker (09/29/09)
ANNA, Ill. -- Rose Walker, 41, of Anna died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, at her home at Mulberry Manor in Anna. Friends may call at the funeral home from 9 a.m. until the funeral hour Wednesday. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Jonesboro, Ill., with Susan Middleton officiating. Burial will be in Anna Cemetery...
Randall Perkins (09/29/09)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Randall "Randy" D. Perkins, 50, of Perryville died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He was born Sept. 16, 1959, in Litchfield, Ill., son of the late William A. and Laura A. Vanlandingham Perkins. He was married Jan. 5, 1980, to Dana Lynn Weith, who survives in Perryville...
Alberta Westerhold (09/29/09)
Alberta Westerhold, 88, of Jackson passed away Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home, where she had resided since June. She was born Oct. 27, 1920, in Jackson, to Martin and Amelia Altenthal Westerhold. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jackson and attended St. Paul Elementary School and the former Kage School in Cape Girardeau...
Virginia LaMarr (09/29/09)
Virginia Lee Dunklin LaMarr, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 1, 1915, in Campbell, Mo., daughter of Lena M. Atteberry Dunklin and Albert Beach Dunklin. She was raised in Hayti, Mo., then moved to Cape Girardeau...
Frances Edwards (09/29/09)
Frances Lorene Edwards, 81, formerly of Sikeston, Mo., died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, at Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 26, 1928, in Jerusalem, Ark., to the late Paul and Cleo Beavers Ruff. On Oct. 24, 1950, in Piggott, Ark., she married James "Buddy" Edwards, who preceded her in death Dec. 13, 2007...
Police report 9/29/09 (09/29/09)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Summonses Assault Theft Property damage Miscellaneous...
Fire report 9/29/09 (09/29/09)
Jackson Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: ...
Out of the past 9/29/09 (09/29/09)
25 years ago: Sept. 29, 1984 Cape Girardeau native Dr. Robert E. Kelly, 54, who is a professor of theoretical physics at the University of Mississippi-Oxford, is the winner of this year's Southeast Missouri State University Alumni Merit Award. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is investigating an anonymous tip to the Environmental Protection Agency of illegal dumping of dioxin and PCBs at Southeast Missouri State University's solid waste dump site; the caller claimed to have witnessed five years ago the burying of five barrels of toxic waste at the old university farm site.. ...
Feeding the hungry (09/29/09)
Another way to help hungry families has been initiated in Cape Girardeau. Eventually the same program hopes to assist families throughout the 16-county area served by the Southeast Missouri Food Bank. The new program is called Backpacks for Friday. It was started through a cooperative effort of the food bank and the GRACES Women's Council with a grant from the United Way of Southeast Missouri...
Adding debt in socialist slide (09/29/09)
Warren Buffett, a world-renowned financial genius and adviser to Barack Obama, stated, "The government debt piling up is quite worrisome. We could lose our reputation for financial integrity." The latest report from the Congressional Budget Office indicates that if the current rate of debt creation continues, we could have a deficit of $20 trillion in 10 years. David Walker, former head of the Government Accountability Office, is concerned about our unfunded obligations of $56 trillion...
Ancient world provides context (09/29/09)
I am pleased to provide one of many possible responses to Sheryl Bradshaw's request for reasons why social studies courses should study the time before Christ. As an instructor who teaches biblical literature at Southeast Missouri State University, I would say that the Bible is a foundational text of American culture...
Taking long-term climate risks (09/29/09)
"I'd rather be safe than sorry!" When difficult decisions about issues that threaten our lives, livelihoods or ways of life confront us, this idea often guides our decision. Codified as the Precautionary Principle, it means in decision-making we should lean toward the choice that will do the least harm. To many of us, cautious conservatism often seems the most reasonable approach...
Autumn schedule at the museum (09/29/09)
Autumn is a great at the Cape River Heritage Museum. On Saturday, we're having Cape Heritage Days with old-time games and demonstrations. Oct. 24 we unveil a historic exhibition of our local police department. Jerry Ford's Saturday-morning musical programs end Nov 28. Chief Paul White Eagle gives presentations on themes relating to Cherokee culture. On Nov. 4, Bonnie Stepenoff will conduct another lunchtime program on "Writing Your Own History."...
Give us insurance options (09/29/09)
We are lucky Americans. My husband and I have health insurance. We are privileged to pay $14,000 per year in premiums and deductibles for our coverage. Luckily, our favorite doctor is on the list of providers. I needed an MRI in August. We had already paid $8,000 to our insurance company and met our $2,000 deductible. Luckily, they paid for my MRI, and it only took one extra week for them to release my money...
Testing the nation's endurance (09/29/09)
It is suggested that George Washington counseled against splintering into political parties. However, history books depict the first several American administrations as Democratic Republican. One can easily imagine the dialogue and the diatribe of those 20 formative years. And so it continue in the process of perfecting "the republican idea." One is continuingly reminded of Abraham Lincoln's timeless insight, "testing whether a nation so conceived can long endure."...
Prayer 9/29/09 (09/29/09)
Stir up thoughts of peace and justice throughout the world, O God. Amen.
Cooper "Just Walkin' In The Rain" (09/29/09)
This is my grandson, three year old Cooper, setting out for a walk in the rain.
My 3 little girls at church (09/29/09)
This is a picture taken of my three little girls, Hailey-5, Addyson-1, & Reaghan-4 after Sunday School! They're quite the little posers!
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