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Sikeston man pleads guilty to making bomb threat to avoid court date (10/08/09)
A Sikeston, Mo., man pleaded guilty in federal court to making a false bomb threat over the summer in a Scott County courtroom. William C. Scott, 39, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to the charge before United States District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr...
Missouri launches campaign to increase lagging state park attendance (10/08/09)
Sitting on a park bench Wednesday afternoon, Ann Tolbert of Sikeston, Mo., looked across the waterfall at Bollinger Mill State Historic Site. "I love to just sit under the trees and look across this beautiful part of nature," Tolbert said. "And in this economy we're in, it's hard to beat the price, which is free."...
Cape County prosecutor to help law students try 153-year-old murder case (10/08/09)
Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney Morley Swingle has tried a lot of murder cases, sometimes in instances where the crime occurred decades ago. Trying a 153-year-old murder case, however, is a new one. On Oct. 15, at Missouri Theatre in Columbia, Mo., Swingle will be trying abolitionist John Brown for the 1856 murder of five pro-slavery settlers living along the banks of Pottawatomie Creek in Franklin County, Kansas...
Honors program marks milestone during SEMO Homecoming events (10/08/09)
In a weekend full of reminiscing, dinners and activities, honors students and alumni will be marking a new phase of their program. During Southeast Missouri State University's Homecoming festivities, the university honors program will celebrate its new facilities. The program will move into a house previously occupied by university relations at 603 N. Henderson Ave...
Advance cancels special election after discovering it's not legal (10/08/09)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- A call from the Missouri Municipal League to the city of Advance has put a stop to the Nov. 3 special election for mayor after the league told the city a special election wouldn't be legal. "I take full responsibility for the mistake," said Advance city attorney Don Rhodes. "I learned in law school that you should never assume you know what the statute says, because it could have been amended. I should have checked it."...
Striping, paving projects restrict lanes on area roads (10/08/09)
Kingshighway reduced for striping U.S. 61, also known as Kingshighway in Cape Girardeau, will be reduced to a single lane of traffic Tuesday while Missouri contract crews restripe the highway, the Missouri Department of Transportation announced. The striping will take place from 8:30 a.m. to noon on a section of road from Silver Springs Road to Southern Expressway...
Commission awards contract for Route W work (10/08/09)
Improvements to Route W, one of the last area projects designated for funding with federal stimulus money, will likely begin in November and be completed by winter 2010. The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded a $2.35 million contract Wednesday to Apex Paving Co. ...
Southeast Missouri programs receive grants from the Missouri Foundation for Health (10/08/09)
A Perryville, Mo., fitness program, antismoking programs at Saint Francis Medical Center and services to victims of sexual abuse won support from the Missouri Foundation for Health. The foundation announced a package of four grants totaling almost $700,000 Tuesday that included $551,876 for Southeast Missouri...
Southeast regents to consider demolition of Washington School for parking (10/08/09)
After a summer of demolition and paving along Broadway, Southeast Missouri State University will consider tearing down another building to create space for parking. The board of regents will meet Thursday to decide whether to demolish Washington School to build parking for the Autism Diagnosis and Treatment Center...
SEMO student injured in bike collision (10/08/09)
A Southeast Missouri State University student was injured Wednesday morning when his dirt bike collided with a Honda Accord. According to Cpl. Adam Glueck of the Cape Girardeau Police Department, the accident occurred shortly before 6:30 a.m. ...
Marble Hill teen injured in rollover accident (10/08/09)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. - A 16-year-old Marble Hill female was left in serious condition after her 2002 Chevrolet overturned Tuesday morning.
AmerenUE customers benefit from utility's lower fuel costs (10/08/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Missouri's electric customers of AmerenUE should look for a credit on their bills in the coming months. The utility said that starting in October, it will give credits to residential customers of roughly 40 cents a month. The adjustment is due to lower fuel costs...
Researchers: Rain on newly found planet could be pebbles (10/08/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The rain on the recently discovered planet of Corot-7b comes in the form of pebbles, not raindrops, researchers who studied its atmosphere have suggested. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis believe the planet's blazing heat would lead rock to vaporize. Instead of water clouds, they think "rock clouds" that might resemble a cloud of sand grains would form. They believe they would rain small pebbles into lakes of molten lava below...
N.D. woman's 7-foot-long dog could be record holder (10/08/09)
CASSELTON, N.D. -- Boomer may be a buster: Measuring 3 feet tall at the shoulders and 7 feet long from nose to destructive wagging tail, his owner thinks she may have the world's tallest living dog. Caryn Weber says her 3-year-old Landseer Newfoundland keeps all four paws on the floor when he drinks from the kitchen faucet in her family's farm house in eastern North Dakota...
Study: global prescription drug sales growth slows (10/08/09)
TRENTON, N.J. -- Growth of prescription drug revenue worldwide will likely dip to between 4 percent and 6 percent next year -- the lowest rate in at least a decade, according to a forecast to be released Thursday. IMS Health, which tracks sales of prescription drugs in 220 countries, cited increased sales of generic drugs, the global recession and other factors...
PepsiCo third quarter profit climbs on cost cuts; sales fall (10/08/09)
PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Soft drinks and snack maker PepsiCo Inc. said today that its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 9 percent, in part on cost-control efforts, even as revenue dropped on weak beverage sales. The maker of Pepsi cola and Frito-Lay snacks earned $1.72 billion, or $1.09 per share, in the three months ended Sept. 5. That's up from the $1.58 billion, or 99 cents per share, a year ago...
Many retailers report September sales declines (10/08/09)
NEW YORK -- Early September reports from retailers show sales are still falling for many amid worries about jobs and tight credit, but many of the results came in better than expected. As stores announced their results Thursday, teen retailer Wet Seal Inc. and Macy's Inc. reported smaller-than-expected declines in sales at stores opened at least a year. The measure is considered a key indicator of a retailer's health...
Poll: Third of parents oppose swine flu vaccine (10/08/09)
ATLANTA -- As the first wave of swine flu vaccine crosses the country, more than a third of parents don't want their children vaccinated, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll. Some parents say they are concerned about side effects from the new vaccine -- even though nothing serious has turned up in tests so far -- while others say swine flu doesn't amount to any greater health threat than seasonal flu...
EU about to settle Microsoft browser case (10/08/09)
REDMOND, Wash. -- Microsoft Corp., which has already shelled out $2.5 billion in antitrust fines in Europe, is on the brink of closing a chapter in its long-running battle with regulators there, just in time for another to begin. European regulators said Wednesday they were preparing to settle their investigation into the way Microsoft includes its market-leading Internet Explorer Web browser with the Windows operating system. ...
Anheuser-Busch InBev sells theme parks for $2.3B (10/08/09)
Anheuser-Busch InBev said Wednesday it will sell its theme parks, including the three SeaWorlds and two Busch Gardens across the country, to private equity firm Blackstone Group for at least $2.3 billion. The world's largest brewer, based in Belgium, has been shedding assets to help pay for the $52 billion takeover of St. Louis-based Anheuser-Busch that formed the company last year...
Health bill would cost $829 billion , cover 94 percent (10/08/09)
WASHINGTON -- Health care legislation drafted by a key Senate committee would expand coverage to 94 percent of all eligible Americans at a 10-year cost of $829 billion, congressional budget experts said Wednesday, a preliminary estimate trumpeted by the White House and likely to power the measure past a major hurdle within days...
House-Senate panel offers plan for Gitmo detainees (10/08/09)
WASHINGTON -- In a partial victory for President Obama's bid to close the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, key congressional negotiators adopted a plan Wednesday to permit terror suspects held there to continue to be transferred into the United States to face trial...
Senate approves new resolution apologizing to American Indians (10/08/09)
WASHINGTON -- The Senate has approved a resolution apologizing to American Indians for years of "ill-conceived policies" and acts of violence by U.S. citizens. Lawmakers said the resolution, included in a defense spending bill approved late Tuesday, was a symbolic gesture meant to promote a renewed commitment to tribal communities...
Mich. 'Robin Hood' banker gets year in prison for embezzlement (10/08/09)
DETROIT -- A Michigan bank manager who insists she gave the $340,000 she stole over eight years to needy customers was sentenced Tuesday to a year and a day in prison by a judge who declared that her "Robin Hood days are long over." Patricia Keezer, 53, said the embezzling began in 2000, when she would give needy people $2,000 at a time for car repairs, mortgage payments and taxes. ...
Floor caves in during Ohio 'ghost walk' (10/08/09)
GERMANTOWN, Ohio -- Fire officials say a "ghost walk" tour had a scary ending in Ohio when the floor of a 164-year-old log cabin collapsed, injuring two people. Fire chief Dan Alldred said the first floor of the Toll House gave way as the local historical society was wrapping up Sunday evening's tour in Germantown, 13 miles southwest of Dayton...
Beaten Ohio man is shot during self-defense lesson (10/08/09)
GROVEPORT, Ohio -- An 80-year-old Ohio man is recovering from a week in which he was beaten during a home invasion and then shot while trying to learn about guns. Ralph Needs said he wouldn't want anyone to experience what he's been through. He was tied up and pistol-whipped when at least three intruders broke into his Columbus-area home Sept. 20. Needs' nose was broken and his pickup truck, a computer and credit cards were stolen...
Tourism group changes name and acronym (10/08/09)
MADISON, Wis. -- A Wisconsin tourism lobbying group is changing its name after realizing its initials formed a crude acronym. The Wisconsin Tourism Federation group did a quiet rebranding in July, changing its name to the Tourism Federation of Wisconsin and updating its logo from WTF to TFW after websites and blogs began poking fun at it. It had no way of knowing 30 years ago that the letters would go on to take on a crude association...
Fla. university removes zombie response plan from website (10/08/09)
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The University of Florida's response plans for a zombie apocalypse are no longer available for public consumption. UF spokesman Steve Orlando said Friday the university removed a link to a disaster recovery exercise, which detailed how the school could respond to an outbreak of the undead. The link was taken down Oct. 1...
Kansas man wins lottery prize during embezzlement case (10/08/09)
GIRARD, Kan. -- A former Kansas radio executive who admitted that he embezzled to support an addiction to scratch-off lottery tickets won a $96,000 lottery prize. Prosecutors say the prize money will go toward paying restitution to Paul W. Lyle's former employer, American Media Investments...
Thousands mob Detroit center in hopes of free cash (10/08/09)
DETROIT -- Scuffles erupted as several thousand Detroit residents jockeyed, pushed and shoved Wednesday to get free money being offered to only 3,500 of the city's recently or soon to be homeless. Several received medical treatment for fainting or exhaustion while frantically trying to obtain the applications for federal housing assistance. The long lines and short tempers highlighted the frustration and desperation that Detroit residents feel struggling through an economic nightmare...
Pot legalization gains momentum in California (10/08/09)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Marijuana advocates are gathering signatures to get as many as three pot-legalization measures on the ballot in 2010 in California, setting up what could be a groundbreaking clash with the federal government over U.S. drug policy...
'Whatever' so totally tops most annoying word poll (10/08/09)
So, you know, it is what it is, but Americans are totally annoyed by the use of "whatever" in conversations. The popular slacker term of indifference was found "most annoying in conversation" by 47 percent of Americans surveyed in a Marist College poll released Wednesday...
Banned from churches, sex offenders go to court (10/08/09)
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Convicted sex offender James Nichols said he was trying to better himself by going to church. But the police who arrested him explained: The church is off-limits because it has a day care center. Now Nichols is challenging North Carolina's sex-offender laws in a case that pits the constitutional right to religious freedom against the state's goal of protecting the public from child molesters...
Checkpoints briefly closed at Texas airport (10/08/09)
HOUSTON -- Security checkpoints in three of five terminals at a Houston airport were closed for about 15 minutes after a passenger accidentally got on an escalator going down, then turned around and ran back up. Houston Airport System spokeswoman Marlene McClinton said the incident was reported Wednesday at George Bush Intercontinental Airport as a potential security breach. The passenger had been going down the escalator out of the secured area before running back up...
NYC undercover stings expose 'gun show loophole' (10/08/09)
NEW YORK -- Private unlicensed gun dealers were captured on video selling weapons to undercover investigators who admitted they couldn't pass background checks in a sting operation by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to highlight the "gun show loophole."...
NASA to give the moon a one-two punch (10/08/09)
WASHINGTON -- NASA will throw a one-two punch at the moon Friday, and the whole world will have ringside seats for the lunar dust-up. NASA will send a used-up spacecraft slamming into the moon's south pole to kick up a massive plume of lunar dirt and then scour it to see if there's any water or ice spraying up. The idea is to confirm the theory that water -- a key resource if people are going to go back to the moon -- is hidden below the barren moonscape...
As its economy grows, so do China's garbage woes (10/08/09)
ZHANGLIDONG, China -- Visitors can smell this village long before they see it. More than 100 dump trucks piled high with garbage line the narrow road leading to Zhanglidong, waiting to empty their loads in a landfill as big as 20 football fields...
Iranian scientist disappearance creates mystery (10/08/09)
TEHRAN, Iran -- The disappearance of an Iranian nuclear scientist on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia in June is raising questions about whether he defected and gave the West information on Iran's nuclear program. Iran's foreign minister on Wednesday accused the United States of involvement in the disappearance of Shahram Amiri, who reportedly worked at a university linked to the elite Revolutionary Guard military corps...
French culture minister under fire over book (10/08/09)
PARIS -- Criticism is mounting against French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand over an autobiographical book in which he describes paying boys for sex in Thailand. The Socialist Party spokesman Wednesday joined the leader of the far right National Front party in questioning Mitterrand's fitness for his job...
Hundreds rally in Moscow in journalist's memory (10/08/09)
MOSCOW -- Hundreds of people urged Russian authorities to find and punish the killers of journalists and human rights activists in Russia, rallying Wednesday to mark the third anniversary of the killing of Anna Politkovskaya. "The authorities are incapable of solving such crimes," said Mikhail Kasyanov, a former prime minister and now a leader of the opposition. "Even the most honest investigator cannot solve the crime because the government won't let him."...
Big dino prints found in Jura mountains in France (10/08/09)
PARIS -- Now that's one big foot. Paleontologists in eastern France have reported the discovery of some of the largest dinosaur footprints ever documented, measuring 4.6 feet to 4.9 feet in diameter. The site of the find, high in the Jura mountains, was once a literal sauropod stomping ground: So far, 20 prints scattered on a 25-acre site have been uncovered, paleontologist Jean-Michel Mazin of France's National Center of Scientific Research said Wednesday...
Top court overturns Italian premier's immunity (10/08/09)
ROME -- Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi vowed to stay on and "go forward" Wednesday after an Italian court struck down a law granting him immunity from prosecution and allowed trials for corruption and tax fraud to resume in Milan. There were immediate calls for his resignation...
Powerful typhoon slams into Japan (10/08/09)
TOKYO -- A powerful typhoon slammed into Japan early today, causing widespread damage and flooding as it swept across the country. One man died and several were reported injured from the storm. Typhoon Melor hit the country's main island early Thursday morning with strong winds. Heavy rains flooded roads and homes, toppled trees and power lines, and heavily damaged some buildings...
Jackson rides early lead past Notre Dame in boys soccer action (10/08/09)
Brice Steger's goal in the first four minutes got the Jackson boys soccer team off to a strong start. Dylan Blaylock's bomb midway through the second half finished off host Notre Dame during the Indians' 2-0 win Wednesday night. "It was awesome," said senior Corey Baker of Jackson's second victory over Notre Dame this season. "We played good as a team and did what we needed to do...
High school roundup: Jackson, Central pull upsets in first round of district softball tourney (10/08/09)
A recap of all the local high school sports action from Wednesday that was reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Pirates shut out Tigers in boys soccer action (10/08/09)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Perryville sophomore Bryce Weibrecht had two golden opportunities to score against visiting Central on Wednesday night. He buried them both, and his Pirates prevailed 2-0. "We really wanted to come out here and prove a point that we could play at their level," Weibrecht said. "Show them what we had."...
SEMO baseball coach ready for first alumni game (10/08/09)
Southeast Missouri State baseball coach Mark Hogan said the trash talking has been underway for a while. "Guys are saying they're going to go deep," Hogan said. "I've already told people I'm going to strike them out." As he spoke, Hogan was laughing, which he considers appropriate because he expects Southeast baseball's inaugural alumni game to be plenty of fun...
Area digest 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
Holloway team wins golf scramble The team of Keith Holloway, Jack Pettet, Jim Childress and Chris Duch shot a 56 to win the afternoon championship flight of the Notre Dame fall scramble at Dalhousie Golf Club. The morning winners were the team of Randy Buerck, Tim Buerck, Dan Buerck and Cliff Hardt with a 58...
Carpenter, offense struggle in Cardinals' Game 1 loss (10/08/09)
LOS ANGELES -- Randy Wolf and the Dodgers bullpen outpitched St. Louis ace Chris Carpenter, earning Los Angeles a 5-3 victory over the Cardinals on Wednesday night in an NL playoff opener full of missed chances for both teams. Pitching in the playoffs for the first time in his 11-year career, Wolf lasted 3 2/3 innings against Carpenter, who came in with a career 5-1 record and 2.53 ERA in the postseason...
Rockies thrown by Phillies' Lee, winds (10/08/09)
PHILADELPHIA -- Dexter Fowler saw Jayson Werth's deep shot to center and considered the ball gone. Then the Colorado center fielder thought he could make the catch on the warning track. Fowler was wrong on both counts. "I saw everybody else running, and I was like, 'Oh, I missed it,'" Fowler said...
Midweek televised game beckons Tigers, Huskers (10/08/09)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- No one in the country has scored less than whoever is playing Nebraska in a given week. No one has cared less, it seems, than Cornhuskers coach Bo Pelini. That's probably because No. 21 Nebraska (3-1) has shut down three Sun Belt teams and Virginia Tech's inconsistent attack, holding them all to a total of 28 points through four games...
Both tackles could be back for Rams (10/08/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The winless St. Louis Rams played without both starting offensive tackles in the second half of last weekend's 35-0 loss at San Francisco. Both could be back, although it might be a stretch for quarterback Marc Bulger to get ready in time for Sunday's home game against the Vikings...
Yankees rally past Twins in playoff opener (10/08/09)
NEW YORK -- Derek Jeter got a big hit, just as he did in Octobers past at the famed ballpark across the street. CC Sabathia joined in the postseason fun. Even Alex Rodriguez broke out of his playoff rut. It was like old times in the first postseason game at the new Yankee Stadium, with New York beating the Minnesota Twins 7-2 on Wednesday in the opener of their AL playoff series...
Blues attempt to build on Sweden success story (10/08/09)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues' season-opening trip to Sweden had a lot more than sightseeing, highlighted by a pair of come-from-behind victories over the Detroit Red Wings. They'll try to build on that success stateside amid the pomp of the home opener tonight against the Atlanta Thrashers. In a postgame ceremony, the Blues will unveil a statue in the likeness of Hall of Fame defenseman Al MacInnis outside the Scottrade Center...
With Merit: Grant Eudy (10/08/09)
Over the next few weeks, the Southeast Missourian will introduce you to five local scholars. National Merit semifinalists scored big on the PSAT. Out of more than 1.5 million juniors who took the test in 2008, 16,000 were named semifinalists.
Hooked on Science: Dry water (10/08/09)
Did you know dry water exists? Create your own by using two items from the kitchen. Materials Instructions STEP 1: Pour the water into the ice cube tray. STEP 2: Place the ice cube tray into the freezer. STEP 3: After several hours remove the ice cube tray from the freezer and observe dry water...
neXt up 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
What's happening this weekend
Miley talks tour, growing up and Twitter (10/08/09)
It's good to be be Miley Cyrus these days. Her latest EP, "The Time of Our Lives," is near the top of the charts and her song "The Climb" has been No. 1 on Billboard's adult contemporary chart for weeks. It's just another example of the maturing career of the 16-year-old Miley. ...
The lawn guy (10/08/09)
Oct. 8, 2009 Dear Leslie, Who hasn't survived a bad haircut? A few years ago I made a full recovery from my first-ever flattop, which actually was not a bad haircut but a bad idea on my part. Most bad haircuts are probably just bad ideas...
Rayburn Russell (10/08/09)
ANNA, Ill. -- Rayburn A. Russell, 92, of Anna died Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009, at Union County Hospital. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to service time today at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. today at the funeral home, with Bill Littrell officiating. Burial will be in Anna Cemetery...
Eauilee Kelley (10/08/09)
Eauilee Kelley, 80, of Red Bud, Ill., formerly of Scott City, died Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City is in charge of arrangements.
Evelyn Grebe (10/08/09)
Evelyn Wunderlich Grebe, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Carolyn Lyles (10/08/09)
ORAN, Mo. -- Carolyn Lyles, 71, formerly of Oran, died Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009, at Texas Health Harris Methodist HEB in Bedford. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Saturday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the chapel...
Gaylen Krause (10/08/09)
L. Gaylen Krause, 69, of Broken Arrow, Okla., formerly of Villa Park, Ill., died Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009, in Oklahoma. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard, Ill. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Interment will be in Elm Lawn Cemetery in Elmhurst, Ill...
Emma Bright (10/08/09)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Emma Ruth Bright, 71, of Cairo died Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at First Missionary Baptist Church in Cairo, with James Draw and Darrly Cox officiating. Burial will be in Spencer Heights Memorial Park in Mounds...
Viola Geiser (10/08/09)
Viola Bernice Geiser, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009, at the Lutheran Home. She was born March 7, 1915, in Oran, Mo., daughter of Arthur Vernon and Clola Idel Ramsey Smith. She and August H. "Shorty" Geiser were married Aug. 30, 1935, at Jackson. He preceded her in death in December 1973...
Births 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
Coots; Phillips; Martin; Owens; Overbey; Crane; Goodman; Burger; Anglin; Robert; Watson; Hollis; Nixon
Police report 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
Cape Girardeau: Arrests; Summons; Assault; Miscellaneous
Out of the past 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
25 years ago: Oct. 8, 1984 The old Jackson post office building on Main Street has been sold to the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, which will remodel the building for use as chamber offices and the Jackson license bureau. Robert Hagedorn, who owns and operates Clothes Encounters, a fashion shop at 19 N. ...
Vanishing vaccine (10/08/09)
Anyone keeping up with the latest news about flu vaccines might be somewhat bewildered. Near the end of September, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center had to cancel some clinics for the seasonal flu vaccine because its supplier said it was unable to fill requests for about half the vaccine that had been ordered. ...
Speak Out 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
Good principal; Fundraiser thanks; Noisy dogs; Better trash plan; Fair compensation; Two big messes; Smooth streets; A blessing
Prayer 10/8/09 (10/08/09)
For brilliant mums that reflect your golden sunlight, we give thanks, O God. Amen.
Kettle Beef & Fried Chicken Dinner (10/08/09)
Wesley United Methodist Church of Fruitland, Mo will hold their Annual Kettle Beef & Fried Chicken Dinner Saturday, October 10th. Dinner will be served from 3 p.m. - 6:30 p.m in the church fellowship hall. A full menu of kettle beef, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, slaw, fresh baked break, desserts and drinks. Adults $8. Children $4. Children under 5 are free...
Lost Possum at the River City Music Festival (10/08/09)
Lost Possum on stage friday sept 25, 2009
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