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Stories from Thursday, October 15, 2009

Crash in Jackson injures three (10/15/09)
A two-car accident this afternoon in Jackson sent three people to the hospital. According to Jackson Police Department Lt. Rodney Barnes the accident occurred at High Street around 12:54 p.m. A Chevrolet Cavalier was traveling southbound on the roadway as a Ford Focus was pulling onto the roadway from the Knights of Columbus parking lot at 3305 High St. ...
Scott County moves ahead with testing new county road signs (10/15/09)
BENTON, Mo. -- Scott County will try out some new signs on numbered county roads. Joel Evans, emergency management director for the county, said Tuesday that the county road and bridge department would place orders later that day for up to four different sign types of "different shapes and sizes and a couple different mounting methods as a test to see how they weather and hold up."...
Car runs into tree, driver treated for moderate injuries (10/15/09)
A Millersville woman was injured Wednesday morning after the car she was driving struck a tree four miles west of Jackson. The accident occurred around 8:40 a.m. when a 1994 Mercury driven by Kara T. Lemmon, 39, was traveling eastbound on Highway 34. The Mercury struck a guardrail, ran off the roadway and hit a tree...
Limbaugh dropped from group seeking to buy Rams (10/15/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has been dropped from a group seeking to buy the St. Louis Rams. Limbaugh was to be a limited partner in a bid led by St. Louis Blues chairman Dave Checketts, but Checketts said in a statement Wednesday that Limbaugh's participation had complicated the effort. The group will move forward without him...
Employers prepare to deal with employee absences because of swine flu (10/15/09)
Hospitals, schools and other businesses say they're prepared for a virus that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says could infect up to 40 percent of the population. The region's largest manufacturing employer, Procter & Gamble in Cape Girardeau County, employs more than 1,200 workers. Plant officials said it's taken such precautions against swine flu as placing hand sanitizer in bathrooms throughout the facility...
Traffic up at renovated Cape library (10/15/09)
On Wednesday afternoon, there were nearly 100 cars parked at the Cape Girardeau Public Library and room for as many more. Inside, parents were sitting with children doing homework after school, a dozen youngsters listened to a story at the beginning of the Art Starts class that introduces them to how artists create their work and several adults using the periodicals and books section settled themselves into quiet spots to read...
Second arrest made in Sikeston shooting (10/15/09)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- The second suspect in a Sikeston shooting that occurred Friday has been arrested, police said. Julian Johnson, 20, of Sikeston was arrested Wednesday and charged with first-degree assault, armed criminal action, attempted robbery and unlawful use of a weapon. Johnson is at the Scott County Jail on a $100,000 cash-only bond...
Domestic violence victims struggling in unstable economy (10/15/09)
Before a 49-year-old woman found herself at Safe House for Women, Cape Girardeau's domestic violence shelter, her self-esteem had plunged so far because of the abusive situation she was in, she said she felt she had no future at all. Three months later, that same woman is learning to use a computer and getting ready to begin a nine-week course to become a certified nursing assistant...
New program trains people to help spur economic development (10/15/09)
In an effort to spark a more regional approach to economic development, the Center for Economic and Business Research at Southeast Missouri State University is piloting a new training program. "Know Your Region" was created by funding through the U.S. ...
Bollinger County Health Center expects more flu shots (10/15/09)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- The Bollinger County Health Center gave more than 650 seasonal flu shots during a one-day clinic at the end of September, the largest response it ever had, said director Beverly Piepenbrok. Meadow Heights, Leopold and Zalma school districts had vaccinations for their students and staff that same week. Woodland had requested 300 doses and decided to wait until there was enough vaccine to accommodate the school in one day, Piepenbrok said...
Marble Hill aldermen give tentative approval to Veterans Memorial Wall (10/15/09)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Marble Hill aldermen Monday night gave tentative approval to let the Bollinger County Memorial Wall Committee go ahead with plans to build a veterans' memorial in Railroad Park and to put up a sign indicating that the park will be the memorial's future site...
Cape Girardeau police still searching for burglary suspect (10/15/09)
Cape Girardeau police continue to search for the suspect believed to have been involved in a burglary that occurred Tuesday morning on Woodlawn Avenue, said Cpl. Adam Glueck, spokesman for the police department. The other burglary suspect, Dominique Maxwell, 17, 2819 Whitener St., Apt. C5, was apprehended shortly after a neighbor alerted the police about the break-in. Maxwell was taken into custody and charged with first-degree burglary, stealing, resisting arrest and unlawful use of a weapon...
Southeast Missourian looking for thankful people (10/15/09)
The Southeast Missourian is continuing its yearly series highlighting thankful people in the Southeast Missouri area. Last year we brought you the McCullough family, who after battling cancer and unemployment were thankful to be closer to health and fully employed. We told you about Charisse Parrish, who recovered from brain surgery and bounced back from an apartment fire, and about Neal E. Boyd, who was grateful for the success brought to him after winning NBC's "America's Got Talent."...
Sikeston students learn lesson on credit (10/15/09)
SIKESTON -- As the U.S. economy continues to recover, the American Bankers' Association has designated today as "Get Smart About Credit Day" to stress the fundamentals of wise credit use. Financial Fitness Services in Sikeston is using the day to launch a campaign to put "Credit Card Smarts" calculators in area schools to be used as teaching tools in the personal financial management classes, the Sikeston Standard Democrat reported...
Sikeston school board praises New Horizons (10/15/09)
SIKESTON -- Nearly 250 students have earned their high school diplomas since the Sikeston School District opened its alternative school in 2003, the Sikeston Standard Democrat reported. Lynn Crader, principal of New Horizons, told the Board of Education during its regular meeting Tuesday there are 239 graduates the the alternative school...
Traffic to start flowing across new bridge on Highway 72 (10/15/09)
Traffic should start flowing on the new bridge over the Little Whitewater River in Bollinger County today or Friday, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release.
Cape Girardeau Public Library usage numbers (10/15/09)
The remodeled and expanded Cape Girardeau Public Library is enjoying a substantial increase in use in almost every category. The library was rebuilt beginning in October 2007, more than doubling its size to more than 39,000 square feet. The following figures compare usage from June through August 2007, prior to the construction, to this year's usage in the same three months...
Two-car accident on Route K sends two to hospital (10/15/09)
Two women sustained moderate injuries when one vehicle struck the other in the rear Tuesday afternoon near Cape Girardeau.
Eastern Missouri town sees rash of heroin overdoses (10/15/09)
WASHINGTON, Mo. (AP) - Authorities in the eastern Missouri town of Washington are concerned about a rash of drug overdoses in recent weeks, many of them the result of heroin. The Washington Missourian reports that the latest overdose was reported Sunday at a Washington home. A 28-year-old man was hospitalized, but has recovered. Drug paraphernalia and suspected heroin were seized, and felony charges are being considered...
Mo. college uses 100-yard sub to help food bank (10/15/09)
FULTON, Mo. (AP) -- A mid-Missouri private university is raising money for a food bank with a 100-yard-long sub sandwich. Westminster College is selling slices of the football field-long sandwich on Saturday for $2 a chunk. The sandwich is to be placed along the sideline of the school's football stadium, Priest Field...
Man arrested with gun at Marion, Ill., VA hospital (10/15/09)
MARION, Ill. -- Federal authorities say a man who threatened a shooting rampage at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Southern Illinois was later arrested when police found him with a loaded handgun in his vehicle outside the site. Federal prosecutors have charged 29-year-old Mark Harmon of Shawneetown, Ill., with one count of possessing a firearm on federal property with the intent to commit a crime...
Ill. budget has new $900 million hole (10/15/09)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Gov. Pat Quinn's office warned Wednesday that state government now faces an additional $900 million budget deficit, largely because rising unemployment has eaten away at income tax revenue. Quinn budget director David Vaught said the new budget hole increases the pressure for officials to raise taxes early next year. Until then, he said, Quinn will cut spending further and seek legislative permission to borrow money set aside in special government funds...
Mo. girl allegedly bullied over Net (10/15/09)
TROY, Mo. -- A ninth-grade eastern Missouri girl was arrested and faces school discipline for allegedly bullying another girl through a website, school district officials and police said Wednesday. The girl is a student at Troy Buchanan High School in Lincoln County, about 60 miles north of St. Louis. District spokeswoman April Huddleston would not say how the girl was disciplined, citing privacy laws. But Huddleston said the discipline could include expulsion...
Meth-scourged Mo. towns crack down on drug makers (10/15/09)
UNION, Mo. -- The meth problem in Union has gotten so bad that someone with a drug habit stole the light shades outside Marilyn Roark's house. She got them back, but they were unusable. "They had made them into bongs for the meth," she said. In small Midwestern towns in the middle of meth country, folks are frustrated with the failure of many measures to control the scourge: putting cold medicines with the key methamphetamine ingredient pseudoephedrine behind pharmacy counters, requiring customers to show IDs and limiting the number of cold pills someone can buy.. ...
Ore. man gets probation for stabbing ex's fish (10/15/09)
PORTLAND, Ore. -- A Portland man who attacked his ex-girlfriend and impaled her pet fish this summer has been sentenced to two years probation, a psychological evaluation and community service. Donald Earl Fite III, 27, pleaded guilty Tuesday to animal abuse and domestic violence assault...
PepsiCo iPhone app draws fire for stereotyping (10/15/09)
MILWAUKEE -- PepsiCo Inc. is facing criticism for an iPhone application that promises to help men "score" with two dozen stereotypes of women by giving users pickup lines and a scoreboard to keep track of their conquests. An apology by the company -- which is using the app "Amp up before you score" to market its Amp energy drink -- is igniting more online criticism. But the company is sticking by the app...
Al-Qaida's Afghan head contacted man accused of N.Y. bomb plot (10/15/09)
NEW YORK -- The airport shuttle driver accused of plotting a bombing in New York had contacts with al-Qaida that went nearly all the way to the top, to an Osama bin Laden confidant believed to be the terrorist group's leader in Afghanistan, U.S. intelligence officials said...
Studies: Some nursing home elderly get futile care (10/15/09)
LOS ANGELES -- A number of frail, elderly Americans in nursing homes are suffering from futile care at the end of their lives, two new federally funded studies reveal. One found that putting nursing home residents with failing kidneys on dialysis didn't improve their quality of life and may even push them into further decline. The other showed many with advanced dementia will die within six months and perhaps should have hospice care instead of aggressive treatment...
Community clinics will play key role in health reform (10/15/09)
SAN JOAQUIN, Calif. -- Francisco Lupercio has insurance for his house, his truck and the store he runs with his wife. But he can't afford health insurance, so he joined dozens of other people lining up for exams at a community clinic. As the recession grinds on, more and more people are relying on taxpayer-supported health centers that offer care on a sliding fee scale. ...
Couple faces animal cruelty charges (10/15/09)
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Hundreds of animal cruelty charges have been filed against a New Jersey couple accused of allowing dozens of cats to live in deplorable conditions. Animal welfare authorities and police were at the Berkeley Township home Wednesday where they say Richard and Gloria Maragni, both 63-year-old Livingston, N.J., residents, kept at least 113 cats...
Dow above 10,000 for 1st time in a year (10/15/09)
NEW YORK -- When the Dow Jones industrial average first passed 10,000, traders tossed commemorative caps and uncorked champagne. This time around, the feeling was more like relief. The best-known barometer of the stock market entered five-figure territory again Wednesday, the most visible sign yet that investors believe the economy is clawing its way back from the worst downturn since the Depression...
Fed insurance option won't fade away (10/15/09)
WASHINGTON -- Fears about high costs of the health care overhaul and mistrust of insurers are rekindling interest in letting the government sell health insurance as part of the plan. The leading congressional proposal as of Wednesday -- a Senate Finance bill that relies on private coverage with no new government plan -- could price out some 17 million Americans. ...
Obama calls for $250 payments to seniors (10/15/09)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama called on Congress Wednesday to approve $250 payments to more than 50 million seniors to make up for no increase in Social Security next year. The Social Security Administration is scheduled to announce Thursday that there will be no cost of living increase next year. By law, increases are pegged to inflation, which has been negative this year...
7,500 tax dodgers apply for IRS amnesty (10/15/09)
WASHINGTON -- Some 7,500 international tax dodgers have applied for an amnesty program that promises no jail time and reduced penalties for tax cheats who come forward, the Internal Revenue Service announced Wednesday. The tax dodgers were hiding money in more than 70 countries and on every continent except Antarctica. Accounts ranged from just over $10,000 to more than $100 million...
House passes bill to toughen pilot training rules (10/15/09)
WASHINGTON -- The House voted Wednesday to toughen regulations on pilot training, qualifications and work schedules, a response to a fatal crash in upstate New York in February and other accidents involving regional airlines. The bill, which was approved 409-11, would require all pilots that fly for a passenger-carrying airline to have an Air Transport Pilot certificate, effectively raising the number of flying hours an entry-level airline pilot must have from the current 250 hours to 1,500 hours.. ...
N.C. church announces plan to burn Bibles, Christian books (10/15/09)
CANTON, N.C. -- A North Carolina pastor says his church plans to burn Bibles and books by Christian authors on Halloween to light a fire under true believers. Pastor Marc Grizzard told Asheville TV station WLOS that the King James version of the Bible is the only one his church follows. He says all other versions, such as the Living Bible, are "satanic" and "perversions" of God's word...
Dallas police seek naked backyard dancer (10/15/09)
DALLAS -- Dallas police are looking for a man who they say repeatedly sneaks into backyards, dances around naked and then runs away. Police believe the man has been exposing himself in the same neighborhood since 2005. The most recent incident was Sept. 30...
Months after rescue, kidnapped woman shown smiling in photos (10/15/09)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Jaycee Dugard is emerging from obscurity after police say she spent 18 years as a captive in a sex offender's yard, releasing the first photos of herself as an adult and her first statement. A picture on the cover of People magazine, which hits newsstands Friday, shows Dugard smiling brightly, her light brown hair loosely falling on her shoulders. ...
Mudslide menace eases in California (10/15/09)
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE, Calif. -- A powerful fall storm packing strong winds and rain eased Wednesday without causing the widespread mudslides and debris flows that California residents had feared. The storm delivered its biggest punch to northern and central areas, knocking out power to 870,000 utility customers from Southern California to the San Joaquin Valley, the Eastern Sierra and Eureka on the north coast...
Survey: Mexicans curse 20 times a day (10/15/09)
MEXICO CITY -- Caramba! A new survey says Mexican adults curse an average of 20 times a day, serving up about 1.3 billion swear words daily. The survey of 1,000 adults by the Consulta Mitofsky polling firm said one in 10 Mexicans say they don't curse at all. Upper class citizens report swearing more than the poor, while people in the heavily Indian southern part of the country curse less than northerners...
Pakistanis flee border region ahead of government offensive (10/15/09)
DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan -- Streams of civilians jammed into cars and trucks to flee the militant stronghold of South Waziristan as the government pounded the area with airstrikes ahead of an expected ground offensive against the Taliban along Pakistan's border with Afghanistan...
Honduran rivals weigh proposal for Zelaya's return (10/15/09)
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- Negotiators reached a tentative agreement Wednesday on whether to return ousted President Manuel Zelaya to office, but both the deposed Honduran leader and the coup-installed president responded to the plan only by saying that talks would go on...
U.N.: Record 1 billion go hungry (10/15/09)
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Parents in some of Africa's poorest countries are cutting back on school, clothes and basic medical care just to give their children a meal once a day, experts say. Still, it is not enough. A record 1 billion people worldwide are hungry and a new report says the number will increase if governments do not spend more on agriculture. According to the U.N. food agency, which issued the report, 30 countries now require emergency aid, including 20 in Africa...
Explorers: North Pole summers will be ice-free in 10 years (10/15/09)
LONDON -- The North Pole will turn into an open sea during summer within a decade, according to data released Wednesday by a team of explorers who trekked through the Arctic for three months. The Catlin Arctic Survey team, led by explorer Pen Hadow, measured the thickness of the ice as it sledged and hiked through the northern part of the Beaufort Sea in the north Pole earlier this year during a research project. ...
Hawks claw way into state softball quarters (10/15/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- The Kelly High School softball team hasn't been scoring many runs lately. "We still need to work on our hitting," senior left fielder Hannah Vinyard said. Of course, with someone like senior Danielle Dock on the mound, a Kelly offensive explosion rarely is necessary...
Central scores late to upset rival Jackson in boys soccer (10/15/09)
For most of the game Wednesday, Central looked like it still was smarting from longtime rival Jackson's shutout win during their meeting last month. But a Tigers counterattack in stoppage time allowed senior defender Derek Parker to secure a long ball from fellow senior Josh Compas and place one in the net to give the Tigers a 1-0 win over the host Indians...
High school roundup: Simpson's plays help Scott City beat Jackson (10/15/09)
All the local high school action from Wednesday that was reported to the Southeast Missourian.
A look Central's football game this week (10/15/09)
Rockwood Summit (1-6) at Central (0-7) Last week: Parkway West 27, Rockwood Summit 10; Seckman 41, Central 26 Last year: Rockwood Summit 35, Central 0 Outlook: Winless Central teams picked up the first and only victories in Week 7 during the 1999 and 2008 seasons. ...
Southeast's Nutt era about to start (10/15/09)
The Redhawks basketball teams officially will begin practices Friday.
Area digest 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
Eaker shoots ace at Kimbeland C.C. Jesse Eaker of Cape Girardeau carded a hole-in-one Tuesday at Kimbeland Country Club. Eaker used a 9-iron to ace No. 4, a par 3 playing 115 yards. Witnesses were Ray Boren, Gordon Feeney and Don Hahs. Eaker reported it as his eighth hole-in-one...
Breakout game gets Avery a little too excited (10/15/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Donnie Avery finally lived up to the St. Louis Rams' expectations. Maybe now he'll be able to settle down. The second-year receiver had his best game of the season for the offense-deprived, winless Rams last week with five receptions for 87 yards. He got a little carried away after catching a 27-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of a 38-10 loss to the Vikings and broke into an extended celebration dance...
Tigers seek to overcome mistakes (10/15/09)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Gary Pinkel has a simple philosophy about the first thing his team needs to do to win. "Missouri can't beat Missouri," is a phrase Pinkel has repeated to the media many times this season. Last week's loss to Nebraska was a perfect illustration...
Smoltz hopes Cards want him back (10/15/09)
ST. LOUIS -- If John Smoltz had picked the other finalist for his services in August, he could be pitching in the National League championship series for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 42-year-old right-hander said he has zero regrets after signing with the team the Dodgers swept in the division series. ...
Who's next 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
SCHOLARSHIP Honors, Achievements For more education news, visit www.semissourian.com/schools. -- From staff reports ...
With Merit: Nina Scheibe (10/15/09)
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.
neXt up 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
Friday "Where the Wild Things Are," Rated PG @ Cape West 14 Cine "The Stepfather," Rated PG-13 @ Town Plaza Cinema "Law Abiding Citizen," Rated R @ Cape West 14 Cine Saturday Sunday Next Week "Backyard Football 2010," PS2, Xbox360...
Hooked on Science: Salt and marble race (10/15/09)
Materials Instructions STEP 1: Place the marble in the jar. STEP 2: Fill the jar three-quarters of the way with salt. STEP 3: Screw the lid on the jar and shake the jar up and down. Explanation As you shake the jar up and down the marble and salt are moving at the same speed. Since the salt is smaller and weighs less more friction is created as the pieces of salt move against each other. This slows down the salt and allows the marble to push to the top...
Tiger at large (10/15/09)
Oct. 15, 2009 Dear Pat, It was a normal Saturday morning. DC busied herself in the backyard before we left for the Homecoming parade. A small, tiger-striped young cat appeared and kept getting under her feet, meowing at her. She picked the cat up a couple of times, but it didn't like to be held for long. Then it rolled over on its back and DC began stroking its belly. Suddenly blood spouted from a vein beneath her wrist. Bitten, DC yelped. The cat vanished...
Experts find possible new da Vinci drawing (10/15/09)
TORONTO -- A new portrait by Leonardo da Vinci may have been discovered thanks to a centuries-old fingerprint. Peter Paul Biro, a Montreal-based forensic art expert, said that a fingerprint on what was presumed to be a 19th-century German drawing of a young woman has convinced art experts that it's actually a Leonardo...
German artist poses 1,250 Nazi garden gnomes (10/15/09)
STRAUBING, Germany -- A German artist is posing 1,250 garden gnomes with their arms outstretched in the stiff-armed Hitler salute in an installation that he calls a protest of lingering fascist tendencies in German society. Artist Ottmar Hoerl posed the gnomes in the historic central marketplace of Straubing, a town in southeastern Germany, on Wednesday. The exhibit called "Dance with the Devil" is to run through Monday...
William Ware (10/15/09)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- William Ware, 85, of Mounds died Friday, Oct. 9, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until time of service Friday at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the church, with the Rev. K. Donnell Wilson and Matthew Ware officiating. Burial will be at noon in Mound City National Cemetery with military honors provided by Illinois National Guard and area veterans...
Melba Bowers (10/15/09)
Melba Bowers, 82, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Dec. 6, 1926, in Granby, Mo., to Frank and Nellie Nichols. She and Dr. Rex Bowers were married at Granby in 1951. He preceded her in death Dec. 15, 2003...
Brenda Grubb (10/15/09)
MARQUAND, Mo. -- Brenda Marie Grubb, 61, of Marquand, formerly of Thebes, Ill., died Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born June 29, 1948, in Cairo, Ill., to Robert Winston and Blanche Bledsoe Wehmeyer. She married Donnie Grubb on Sept. 11, 1972...
Police report 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
Cape Girardeau: DWI; Arrests; Assault; Thefts; Burglaries; Miscellaneous; Jackson: Thefts
Fire report 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday: Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday:...
Out of the past 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
25 years ago: Oct. 15, 1984 The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents gives its consent to an architectural plan for the Cape Girardeau multipurpose building, which calls for an approximately 122,000-square-foot, two-level building instead of two separate structures as was originally proposed...
Peace prize decision echoes world politics (10/15/09)
Their names are records in history. Their words have inspired millions. Their accomplishments and sacrifices have changed our lives. Mother Teresa. Albert Schweitzer. Desmond Tutu. Dalai Lama. Martin Luther King Jr. Barack Obama...
Preparing for TTF 4 (10/15/09)
It has been nearly 15 years since Cape Girardeau voters first approved a half-cent sales tax to pay for street improvements. Over those years, residents have seen an large number of key projects completed. Now city officials are gearing up to ask voters to renew the sales tax for another five years. A subcommittee of the Planning and Zoning Commission is putting together a list of projects. A vote is expected sometime next year...
Beware of federal takeover (10/15/09)
As we spiral downward into tyranny, our corrupt federal government continues to spew forth unconstitutional bills, regulation after regulation and bailouts one after the other. Where is it written that the federal government can fire a private-sector employee? Missouri has passed a state's sovereignty amendment. ...
Speak Out 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
Winning president; TV clutter; Getting perspective; Hungry, or starving?; No big deal; President's prize; Wildlife concerns; Worst problems; Making a mockery; E-recycling; Cleaner highways; Lagoon cover
Prayer 10/15/09 (10/15/09)
For generous supporters of charitable causes, we give thanks, O God. Amen.
The Humane Society's Featured Pet (10/15/09)
Ace is a 9 month-old Dachshund mix. He is available for adoption at The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri 573-334-5837. See more pets available at www.semopets.org
Trick or Treat!!!! (10/15/09)
Lexi & Lizzie are so anxious for Halloween!!!!
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