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Texts, e-mails, cell records becoming fertile ground for criminal investigations (01/17/10)
As more people use social networking tools and modern technologies to communicate, it's not uncommon for a Facebook post or a text message to surface as potential evidence in a criminal court case. Investigators in Cape Girardeau County are finding the use of these new technologies to be uncharted territory but are slowly learning to incorporate them into their cases...
Litzelfelner honored at Jackson chamber awards banquet (01/17/10)
Jack Litzelfelner has played baseball alongside the likes of legends Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella, began construction for Jackson's golf course and donated land for a 20-acre park in the city.
Southeast Missouri State University announces job cuts; more likely (01/17/10)
Southeast Missouri State University has eliminated 24 management and support jobs, three faculty jobs and will likely be announcing additional faculty cuts soon, university president Ken Dobbins said Friday.
Jackson aldermen to consider home gunsmithing business Tuesday (01/17/10)
Repairing and designing guns has always fascinated Perry Evans. Now the Jackson resident wants to turn that passion into a home-based business. "I lost my job in June but don't have the capital to do a commercial business," Evans said. "I've been doing this as a hobby for several years and want to get it off the ground inside my residence."...
Man struck by car Friday on Route EE (01/17/10)
SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- A Sedgewickville man was injured Friday evening when he was struck by a car on Route EE west of Sedgewickville as he was exiting a farm tractor, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. Trusten D. Bollinger, 38, sustained moderate injuries and was taken by ambulance to Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. ...
Marble Hill man injured in accident on Highway 34 and Route OO (01/17/10)
A Marble Hill, Mo., man sustained moderate injuries Saturday morning when the vehicle he was riding in ran off the road into a ditch, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. John R. Renicker, 51, was taken to Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau following the accident at the intersection of Highway 34 and Route OO. ...
Parts of Kingshighway down to one lane this week (01/17/10)
Portions of Kingshighway in Cape Girardeau will be reduced to a single lane of traffic Tuesday and Wednesday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. The work will take place between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day on a section of road from Interstate 55 to Mount Auburn Road and from Silver Springs Road to Southern Expressway. Motorists are asked to use caution while in the area...
Four arrested in Sikeston meth bust (01/17/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Four people are in jail and a fifth is being sought following a drug raid by the Sikeston Department of Public Safety, the Standard Democrat reported. Henry Bishop, 35, of Perryville, Mo., and Kelly Henry, 42, Ricky Johnson, 30, and Kevin Scott, 34, all of Sikeston were arrested Wednesday when a search warrant was served at 216 N. Prairie St. in Sikeston.
CASA volunteer training to begin soon (01/17/10)
Training sessions will soon begin for Court Appointed Special Advocates of Southeast Missouri, a not-for-profit organization that provides volunteers to work with children in Southeast Missouri. A CASA volunteer represents the case of a child and evaluates his or her situation...
Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda (01/17/10)
City hall Public hearings Power and Light Committee...
Trial date set for man accused of rape, sodomy (01/17/10)
A man charged with raping and sodomizing a 9-year-old girl over two years goes to trial this spring, KZIM KSIM reported. Daniel McBrant, 30, was arrested Sept. 15 inside a garage at a residence on Old Cape Road after the girl's mother came to the police station to report the crime. According to a police statement, the victim did not report the abuse for fear McBrant would physically harm her and her mother. McBrant is charged with statutory rape and first-degree statutory sodomy. Judge Scott Thomsen will preside over his jury trial April 16 in Jackson.
Man saved from icy Mississippi River near Charleston (01/17/10)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Quick action by rescuers saved the life of a man who fell into the icy waters of the Mississippi River, according to the Standard Democrat. About 3:50 p.m. Wednesday, the Mississippi County Rescue Squad was sent to the Birds Point Terminal Area in rural Mississippi County to assist with a man who had fallen from a barge into the Mississippi River.
Two Chaffee residents jailed on methamphetamine charges (01/17/10)
A Cape Girardeau traffic stop Thursday led to the arrest of two Chaffee, Mo., residents on methamphetamine charges, the SEMO Drug Task Force reported in a news release Friday.
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda (01/17/10)
7 p.m. Tuesday City hall 401 Independence St. Action Items Public hearings Consent ordinances New ordinances Appointments Liquor license...
School menus for Jan. 18-22 (01/17/10)
Cape Girardeau Elementary MONDAY--No classes. TUESDAY--Chicken nuggets or turkey & cheese on bun, chicken & herb rice, pears. WEDNESDAY--Beef steak & brown gravy or turkey & cheese on bun, whipped potatoes, brown gravy, hot roll, cinnamon applesauce...
Gov. Nixon proposes cutting 31 Missouri boards (01/17/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon proposed Friday to cut 31 state boards and 473 appointment positions that he says are redundant or are no longer holding meetings. The Democratic governor issued executive orders that eliminate 13 boards and cut 227 appointed spots and is urging the legislature to trim an additional 18 boards and 246 positions. Nixon said reducing the number of state boards would save money and increase efficiency...
Haiti earthquake survivors get more food and water (01/17/10)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Precious water and food began reaching parched and hungry earthquake survivors Saturday on the streets of the ruined Haitian capital, but the island's despair threatened to spark a frenzy in places. "People are so desperate for food that they are going crazy," said accountant Henry Ounche, standing in a crowd of hundreds who fought one another as U.S. military helicopters flew overhead carrying aid...
Third-quarter spurt carries Notre Dame past Jackson (01/17/10)
In a game that mostly featured defense, Notre Dame delivered a decent-sized run midway through the game. The Bulldogs opened the second half on an 8-0 run and rode the momentum past visiting Jackson 56-45 on Friday night. Both teams' defenses were impressive throughout, with Notre Dame using its press and the Indians (9-5, 0-2) making it tough on Jacob Tolbert...
High school roundup: St. Vincent takes first in St. Albans boys tournament (01/17/10)
All the scores from Saturday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
High school roundup: Notre Dame, Jackson share title at relays (01/17/10)
All the results from Friday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Scott County's consistency pays off vs. Charleston (01/17/10)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The Scott County Central Braves proved Friday night that they are as consistent as they are potent. Facing one of the area's more daunting challenges in playing the Charleston Bluejays on their home floor, the defending Class 1 state champions unloaded a lethal 1-2 punch that ran their winning streak to 13 games...
Chaffee converts free throws at end to dump Kelly (01/17/10)
BENTON, Mo. -- In the throws of a six-game losing streak, the Chaffee Red Devils needed a win against Scott County rival Kelly. "We wanted this one really, really bad," Chaffee sophomore Alex Crowe said. Chaffee's defense delivered the victory...
Oak Ridge wastes little time putting away Zalma (01/17/10)
OAK RIDGE, Mo. -- Forget lacking focus on homecoming. Oak Ridge exploded out of the gates and Zalma never stood a chance Friday night. The Blue Jays enjoyed a double-digit lead before the Bulldogs scored on their way to a 76-40 victory in boys basketball...
Southeast women hold on for first road win (01/17/10)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- The Southeast Missouri State women's basketball team has struggled offensively most of the season. That didn't change Saturday, but the Redhawks turned to their defense to pick up their first road win. Southeast allowed a season-low point total in beating Eastern Kentucky 43-41 and snapping an 11-game road losing streak dating back to last year. The Redhawks had dropped their first eight road contests this season...
Hot shooting early not enough on road for Southeast men (01/17/10)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- At least the Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team had a much better first half, especially the opening 15 minutes. And the Redhawks had a much better overall performance. That still couldn't prevent Southeast from suffering its third straight loss, all on the road to strong Ohio Valley Conference squads in a span of eight days...
In the war of dogs vs. cats, clear winner: Dogs (01/17/10)
LOS ANGELES -- Cats. Dogs. Those can be fighting words in some circles. Cats are "nasty, stinking creatures," said Mark David of Warrensburg, Mo. And dogs? They're noisy, disruptive and "lick you and themselves," counters Sanford Reikes of Louisville, Ky...
Post-Katrina, pet custody a prominent issue (01/17/10)
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the levees broke, many who were forced to leave without their pets endured long searches to find animals that had been ferried to safety without them. You'd think that finding out their pets were alive and well after the storm would be pure joy, but for some, it was more complicated...
UK vicar invokes God's blessing on BlackBerrys (01/17/10)
LONDON -- God bless this BlackBerry. A venerable British church has done what e-mail addicts and workaholics have been doing for years -- invoking the Almighty's blessing on their high-tech gadgets. The Rev. Canon David Parrott blessed a symbolic heap of laptops and smart phones on the altar of London's 17th-century St. Lawrence Jewry church Monday. An effort, he said, to remind the capital's busy office workers that God's grace can reach them in many ways...
FYI (01/17/10)
The annual Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation Penguin Party will feature the Mike Renick Band, an auction, dinner and dancing. Attendees to the black-and-white affair sometimes take the theme to heart, donning penguin socks, ties or full suits. The event will be from 6 to 11 p.m. Feb. 6 at the Cape Girardeau Country Club. It raises money for the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation. Tickets are $50 per person. For tickets and more information, call 651-0555...
Jackson graduate earns Army Achievement Medal (01/17/10)
Army Sgt. Joseph D. Deimund has earned the Army Achievement Medal. The medal is awarded to those who while serving in any capacity with the Army in a combat or noncombat area have distinguished themselves by meritorious service or achievement. Deimund, an Army Reserve element unit administrator with five years of military service, is assigned to the U.S. ...
Pets of the week (01/17/10)
Pet names: Buck and Bugs Owner: Robyn Farrar Favorite activity: Taking naps. ...
Adopt Arizona (01/17/10)
Arizona is a handsome gray-and-white cat. He is a young cat who is playful and entertains himself well. Arizona is neutered and up-to-date on shots. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Corrie (01/17/10)
Corrie is an 8-year-old dachshund/terrier mix. She is already spayed. Corrie is a sweet dog. For more information, contact the Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Retiree helps with computer problems at Cape Girardeau Senior Center (01/17/10)
Though Roger Riley retired more than a decade ago, he keeps his computer skills sharp by helping out at the Cape Girardeau Senior Center whenever they have issues. He has installed programs, updated computers and solved problems for the people working there. ...
Starving to help others (01/17/10)
Editor's note: Due to newspaper deadlines, this story was written before the 30-Hour Famine began. By Carrie Bartholomew Southeast Missourian By now more than 60 teenagers from First General Baptist Church in Jackson are hungry and restless. They may also be more compassionate toward those less fortunate than they were two days ago. These teens voluntarily went without food, cell phones and video games to raise awareness about global hunger during a 30-Hour Famine...
Discussing money before the wedding pays off (01/17/10)
When Missy Gillen met her future husband, Mike, she hadn't given much thought to a rainy day fund or investing money. But as the Westlake, Ohio, couple got serious, she started paying attention to their finances, something Mike Gillen encouraged. "We're both very aware of our goals," said Missy, who married in July, but not before creating a budget and starting to save for a house...
A rose by any other name (01/17/10)
If you're a schoolteacher or an employer, it will come as no surprise that many parents are naming their children after the place where their child was conceived. Paris Hilton being the prime example. There are some things I would rather not know. I don't know if it started with Paris Hilton, but after being introduced to children named Catalina, Jamaica and Antigua, I know it didn't stop with her. ...
Keeping all your ducks in a row (01/17/10)
It seems that regardless of how hard you try, you can never keep all your ducks in a row. One thinks if he can only finish this job, work one more day or maybe even retire, his life will be just as he wants it. From childhood on, people make plans. You're told to set goals, amount to something. ...
Remove obstacles to make way for the Lord (01/17/10)
Jesus had quickly gained a reputation as a teacher and healer. His growing reputation was followed with continually mounting crowds. Some in the crowds were teachers of the law, religious and political leaders, ordinary everyday people captivated by what was happening. ...
Parents, doctors debate tots teetering in heels (01/17/10)
DALLAS -- A pair of sparkly, peekaboo shoes with heels 2 inches high are favorites of 6-year-old Helena Bell ever since she got them for a wedding. "She's worn them to the point where the jewels have fallen off," said Helena's mother, Dana Bell of Woodland Hills, Calif. "It's not my preference, but I've stopped fighting it."...
Evidence of a beaver's work (01/17/10)
This week's featured photo is a subject that has intrigued me since my childhood. This tree is a willow with a trunk diameter of about 12 inches, which is large by willow standards. Live willows provide a favorite food for beavers. Only the beavers gnawing this tree down know for sure its intended use. Are they cutting this tree for use on a dam? Or are they cutting it to get at the live bark and tender small limbs higher up?...
Dale Hunt (01/17/10)
Dale W. Hunt, 57, of Jackson died Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, at his home. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to service time Tuesday at St. Paul Lutheran Church. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the church, with the Rev. Robert Henrichs officiating. Private burial will be at a later date...
Dorian Carter (01/17/10)
Dorian Jamal Carter, infant son of Daunisha Carter of Cape Girardeau, died Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Crain Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements.
Sam Moses (01/17/10)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Sam Moses, 85, of Mounds died Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010, at Southgate Health & Rehabilitation Center in Metropolis, Ill. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Barkett Funeral home in Mounds. The funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Mound City, Ill., with Monsignor Bill McGhee as celebrant...
Steven Colyott (01/17/10)
Steven C. Colyott, 56, of Jackson passed away Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, at his home. He was born May 10, 1953, in St. Louis, son of Norman and Violet Lawrence Colyott. Steven was a member of First Baptist Church in Jackson. He was a veteran of the U.S. ...
Howard Kinder Sr. (01/17/10)
Howard Glen Kinder Sr., 85, of Cape Girardeau passed away Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born June 5, 1924, in Cape Girardeau to Torrence and Minnie Luebbers Kinder, the youngest of nine children. He and Wava Jane Totten were married June 16, 1940, in St. Louis. She preceded him in death Sept. 18, 1990, after 50 years of marriage. He later married Betty Burger Beard on April 5, 1991, in Clearwater, Fla...
Gary Fornkahl (01/17/10)
Gary Stanley Fornkahl, 69, of Egypt Mills was called to his eternal home Jan. 14, 2010. He was born at the old Saint Francis Hospital on Sept. 17, 1940, to Robert and Leona Fornkahl. Gary and Karen Woodard were married Aug. 9, 1970, at Hanover Lutheran Church...
Mary Schierbaum (01/17/10)
GRAND CHAIN, Ill. -- Mary Brooks Schierbaum, 92, a lifelong resident of Grand Chain, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, at Southgate Health Care Center in Metropolis, Ill. Survivors include a daughter, Becky Buehler and husband Larry of Zalma, Mo...
Brian Weber (01/17/10)
Brian Weber, 53, of Lake St. Louis died Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. Dear son of the late Harold S. and Mary Weber; cherished father of Melissa (Tom) Brendel and Logan Weber; dearest fiance of Charlotte (and children) Ahart; dear brother of Harold H. Weber and the late Joann Weber. Also survived by his good friend and mother of his children, Becky Weber...
Evelyn Kimbel (01/17/10)
Evelyn E. Kimbel, 95, of Ceres, Calif., passed away Monday, Jan. 11, 2010, at Hal Le Aloha Nursing Home in Ceres. She was born July 22, 1914, in Cape Girardeau, to Herman and Marie Allen. She and Lee Philburn Kimbel were married March 11, 1934, and made their home in Scott City. They had been married 23 years when Phil passed away May 28, 1957...
Births 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
Daughter to Shanda Steinnerd of Louisville, Ky., University of Louisville Hospital, 11:08 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24, 2009. Name, Hailey Rae. Weight, 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Ms. Steinnerd is the daughter of Tim Steinnerd of Leopold, Mo., and Sandy Jones of Marble Hill, Mo. She is employed at Sullivan Bakery in Louisville...
Draper - Sanderson (01/17/10)
Krista Lynn Draper and Mark C. Sanderson were married July 12, 2009, at Garth Woodside Mansion in Hannibal, Mo. Judge John Jackson performed the outdoor ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Richard and Sheri Draper of Hannibal, formerly of Cape Girardeau and Jackson. The groom is the son of Pat and Nicki Sanderson of Thompson, Mo...
Balsano - Kiehne (01/17/10)
Amanda Nicole Balsano and Mark D. Kiehne were united in marriage June 27, 2009, at Abbey Road Christian Church. The Rev. Roger Kiepe performed the ceremony. Readers were Abby Perdue of Cape Girardeau and Holly Ruggeri of St. Louis. Music was by Trio Girardeaux...
Branch - Sides (01/17/10)
Art and Janet Branch of Highland, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Marie Branch, to Ryan Wayne Sides, both of Arnold, Mo. He is the son of Diane O. Sides of Cape Girardeau and Dr. Gary W. Sides of Festus, Mo. Branch is a graduate of Highland High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University. She is a human resources coordinator with Anders Minkler and Diehl LLP in St. Louis...
Drury - Hayes (01/17/10)
Wesley and Connie Drury of Kelso announce the engagement of their daughter, Michaela Katherine Drury, to Matthew David Hayes. He is the son of Mark and Debbie Hayes of Cape Girardeau. Drury is a 2006 graduate of Scott City High School. She expects to receive an associate degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences in May. She is a nurse extern and lab assistant at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Riley - Pourney (01/17/10)
Bill Riley Jr. and Susan Riley of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Riley, to Jarad Mitchell Pourney. He is the son of Terry Pourney and Sherri Pourney of Jackson. Riley is a 2006 graduate of Jackson High School. She expects to receive a bachelor of science degree in elementary education in May. She is employed at Hobby Lobby...
Pohlman - thomas (01/17/10)
Terry and Bonnie Pohlman of Oak Ridge announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Michelle Pohlman, to Adam Paul Thomas. He is the son of Chris and Kathy Gateley of Lathrop, Mo., and Paul Thomas of Bethany, Mo. Pohlman is a 2002 graduate of Oak Ridge High School. She received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2006. She is a senior financial services representative at Commerce Bank in Cape Girardeau...
Truitt - Hoffmann (01/17/10)
Wayne and Suzanne Truitt of Fenton, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Ann Truitt, to Derek Hoffmann, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Paul and Debra Hoffmann of Jackson. Truitt is a 2001 graduate of Notre Dame High School in St. ...
Burnett - Cook (01/17/10)
Carla Burnett of Cape Girardeau and Jay Burnett of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Renee Burnett, to Noland Jeremiah Cook. He is the son of Mark and Lana Cook of Cape Girardeau. Burnett is a 2007 graduate of Central High School. She expects to graduate in December from Southeast Missouri State University, where she is majoring in mass media-radio and minoring in sports management. She is employed at Pagliai's Pasta and Pizza and at Mississippi River Radio...
Kester - 55 years & Brown - 55 years (01/17/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kester and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Brown of Jackson celebrated their 55th wedding anniversaries Dec. 11, 2009, at the home of the Browns. Kester and Ruth Myer and Brown and Wilma Phillips were married Dec. 11, 1954, at New Bethel Baptist Church near Pocahontas. The Rev. Glen Cummings performed the ceremony...
Schlitt - 50 Years (01/17/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schlitt of Gordonville, formerly of Delta, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 16. Schlitt and Doris White were married Jan. 16, 1960, at Guardian Angel Catholic Church in Oran, Mo. She is the daughter of the late Ernest and Mildred White. He is the son of the late Mose and Germaine Schlitt...
Gregory - 50 years (01/17/10)
J.T. and Virginia Gregory of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner party Jan. 2 at Delmonico's in Jackson. Hosts were their children, Donna Gregory of Cape Girardeau and Dale (Bonita) Gregory of Puxico, Mo. The couple was married Jan. 2, 1960, at Bell City, Mo...
Fire report 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday:...
Police report 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Out of the past 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
Southeast Missouri State University announces it intends to add, at its expense, a $2.5 million "second room" to the joint city-university multipurpose building; the addition will house a 160-meter track, locker rooms, six courts for handball and racquetball, offices for basketball coaches and intramural staff, a human resources lab, and space for weight training and instructional activities...
Eminent domain (01/17/10)
Eminent domain is the process by which governments acquire private property for public use. The aim of eminent domain is to make sure property owners receive a fair price and that government doesn't have to pay more than a fair price. In recent years, however, eminent domain has been clouded by what many individuals see as abuses of the process...
Thanks for MLK media coverage (01/17/10)
I wanted to take the opportunity to thank the members of the Southeast Missourian staff and Carrie Bartholomew for the featured story in Wednesday's newspaper highlighting the slated events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and the civil rights era. Ms. Bartholomew did an outstanding job conveying the philosophy and reasons we celebrate and honor Dr. King and the civil rights era...
Speak Out 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
A comment was made that the GI Bill was government assistance. I disagree. These men and women enlisted or were drafted into the military to fight for their country. They earned the benefits of the GI Bill just like you earn a paycheck. I feel we've lost the concept of customer service. ...
Prayer 1/17/10 (01/17/10)
For an abundance of blessings that fill our lives, we give thanks to you, O God. Amen.
Maggie's new shoes (01/17/10)
Maggie got a new pair of shoes.
I've got your back! (01/17/10)
McKenzie in black rests her chin on the back of her adopted sister-in-white, Emily Dickinson, who keeps watch. They're both rescued dogs, both very loving and both eagerly learned their Good Dog Manners once they came home. Now they're inseparable...
I'm ready for my close-up! (01/17/10)
This is our puppy, Bella, at 3 months old. We had just picked her up from the humane society and she was ready to play and be loved.
Josie (01/17/10)
My cat with the evil eyes.
Trixie and Rowdy take a long Winter nap (01/17/10)
Rowdy and Trixie find a warm place to snuggle up and take a long Winters nap.
Picture with Santa (01/17/10)
My little Shih Tzu, LingLingMulan,with Santa at our SADI Christmas party in December. She was dressed as Santa's Little Helper. She loves to open presents and is the perfect little paper shredder.
My two best friends (01/17/10)
This is Tori and Lucy. There truely my two best friends. And each others. We all would be so lost with out each other. I live alone and there so much fun to come home to and they are so much company for me. Angie
Frost Flower (01/17/10)
Interesting Ice/frost formations from the stems of some weeds. These pictures taken this winter in Bollinger County.
Untitled (01/17/10)
Barn along highway 61 south of Benton Missouri
Christmas with LingLingMulan (01/17/10)
Our Shih Tzu loves Christmas, she loves to pose for the camera on her own. She was sitting on the stool in front of the curio when we took the picture.
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